Tuesday, Mar 24, 2020 – Echoes Program 2012B

Jake Shimabukuro Ukulele Revolution

Jake Shimabukuro, the virtuoso Hawaiian ukulele player, talks about revolutionizing an instrument often seen as a novelty, into a tool of pyrotechnic fury and ambient expanses. His new album, The Jake Shimabukuro Trio, is a stylistic shift into more contemplative, ambient terrain that includes a cover of a Pink Floyd song. John Diliberto talks to him and ambient guitarist Dave Preston about the Uke Evolution and their new album on Echoes.

Tuesday, March 23, 2020 – Echoes Program 2012B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Jake Shimabukuro Wish You Were Here Jake Shimabukuro Trio
0:06:00 Tangerine Dream Monolight 2019 Recurring Dreams
0:13:17 Zoe Sky Jordan So Jive Scenes From Infinity
0:17:00 Mimi Goese & Ben Neill Endure Life You Are
0:21:12 Ryan Farish Not so Strange Art for Life
0:24:32 Dr. Deep House Summer Rain A Solid State

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Jake Shimabukuro
0:41:16 Jake Shimabukuro Summer Rain Jake Shimabukuro Trio
0:44:30 The Pineapple Thief That Shore Your Wilderness
0:49:12 Miranda Lee Richards Already Fine Echoes of the Dreamtime
0:54:13 Dave Preston Be: Alive Be

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Yppah Tree Ghost Sunset In The Deep End
1:06:00 Myrkur Reiar Folkesange
1:09:42 Michael Whalen An Ocean Of Candlelight Sacred Spaces
1:13:50 Ava Into The Deep Waves
1:17:08 Vicki Logan In The Beginning There Was Darkness Born Out Of Chaos
1:20:00 Ioanna Gika Messenger Thalassa
1:23:17 Stephanie Sante Ripples In Time Dark Matter Evolution

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Yael Naim How Will I Know NightSongs
1:34:39 Kodacrome Catherine Banff Sessions
1:39:20 Sherry Finzer The Ascent Transcendence
1:50:03 Simrit Kaur Agunjal When We Return

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