Thursday, Aug 6, 2020 – Echoes Program 2031D

Slow Flow Echoes

On a Slow Flow Echoes, new music by Australian pianist Fiona Joy Hawkins. The “F” in the group Flow, she has a new album born of pandemic and the Australian bush fires called Moving Through Worlds. We’ll also hear new music by Kevin Keller from his album, The Front Porch of Heaven. John Diliberto gives us a seat on a Slow Flow on Echoes.

Thursday, Aug 6, 2020 – Echoes Program 2031D
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Hans Christian Shrouded Surrender
0:06:01 Fiona Joy Hawkins All That Is Left Moving Through Worlds
0:11:20 Tauon Good Bye Somewhere
0:14:54 Joshua Van Tassel Shadows Smile For You Dance Music Volume II- Songs for Slow Motion
0:22:31 Lena Natalia Spies Straight is the Gate
0:25:04 Rhian Sheehan Lost Letters Recollections, Vol. 1

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Jon Durant & Robert Jurjendal Leading Indicator Across the Evening
0:34:15 Mark Dwane Light Years Future Tense
0:39:25 Numun Tranquility Base Voyage au Soleil
0:47:06 Bartz The Talking Future Forest Build Your Own Planet
0:54:00 Mychael Dana & Tim Clement Avening North of Niagara

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Baka Beyond Ndaweh’s Dream The Meeting Pool
1:06:08 Kevin Keller The Forgotten Places The Front Porch of Heaven
1:11:42 Michael Manring There is Nothing the Wind Can’t Blow Away Small Moments
1:16:13 Barry Cleveland No Expectations Stones of Precious Water
1:20:51 Keildfall Frontier Confines Frontier Confines (single)
1:24:40 Thomas Lemmer Stay Calm Awakening EP

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Forrest Fang The Luminous Crowd The Wolf at the Ruins/Migration
1:36:12 Carter Tutti It Was Feral Vapours of the Silver Ether
1:39:54 Bruce Stark Night Fires Shadow Bright
1:44:34 Colin Vallon Le Vent Le Vent
1:50:05 Jim Ottaway Perpetual Epiphany When Eternity Touches Time

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