Wednesday, May 27, 2020 – Echoes Program 2021C

Peter Kater Interview

Pianist Peter Kater won his second Grammy Award this year. He’s known for music that can be sweetly romantic and deeply introspective. But there’s another side to this musician, with a dark childhood and beginning as a hitch-hiking itinerant musician. John Diliberto hitches a ride to the other side of Peter Kater on Echoes.  We also hear music from Moby, Lanterna, Hans Christian and H. Moon from the Mary Onettes.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020 – Echoes Program 2021C
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Nicolas Godin The Border Concrete And Glass
0:06:01 Tom Caufield These Ancient Times The Slow Dance Of Time
0:09:30 Lanterna Windward Sands
0:12:32 Let It Come Down Tomorrow Songs We Sang In Our Dreams
0:17:06 Great Lake Swimmers Quiet Your Mind New Wild Everywhere
0:21:50 Aidia Touching The Clouds Spirit Wind

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Interview: Peter Kater
0:42:58 Peter Kater Unification Hawaii
0:46:18 Peter Kater She Awakens In The Garden She
0:51:54 Peter Kater Honorable Sky Honorable Sky

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Hollan Holmes Transmitter Milestones
1:06:01 Hans Christian Incessant Heat Hidden Treasures
1:11:25 Una We Are The Lonely The Laughing Man
1:16:13 Olivier Libaux Go With the Flow (feat. Emiliana Torrini) Uncovered Queens of the Stone Age
1:19:37 Moby Tecie All Visible Objects

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Michael Manring We Must Pass Over Silence Small Moments
1:32:03 H. Moon Play Me Seldom Chords Trustblood
1:36:31 Moodswings Opium (@45 Degrees) Horizontal
1:44:41 break
1:45:35 Sussan Deyhim All I Really Want To Do Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International (v/a)
1:50:35 Kayobe Seaside (feat. Olive B) Islands to Bridges
1:53:17 Robert Schroeder Magnetic Streams C’est Magique

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