Weekend, Sept 26-27, 2020 – Programs 2038A & 2038B

Gracie and Rachel's Dream Pop Meditations, Ommadawn's 45th

The chamber pop duo of Gracie and Rachel have returned with a new album of melodically gorgeous songs called Hello Weakness, You Make Me Strong. In the midst of the pandemic, they talk about influences from classical to hip-hop, and music that is uplifting but also responding to the world around us. They dress in opposites, black and white, but we get into the shadows with Gracie and Rachel, on Echoes.

Weekend, Sept 26-27, 2020 – Echoes Program 2038A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Gustaf Fjelstrom Pyxsis Merely a Simulation
0:06:01 Song Sung Take Some Time This Ascension Is Ours
0:11:56 Ezinma Beethoven Pleads the Fifth Beethoven Pleads the Fifth (single)
0:14:58 Myrkur Tor i Helheim Folkesange
0:22:02 Erik Wollo & Michael Stearns Ruins Of The Past Convergence

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Gracie and Rachel
0:45:00 Gracie and Rachel Floating Hello Weakness, You Make Me Strong
0:47:40 SFERIX Take Me Home Take Me Home EP
0:52:57 Hugar Reykjavík The Vasulka Effect (OST)
0:55:34 Erothyme Inspiral (Feat Jessica Sirena) Steep Dreams

Third Half Hour

1:01:05 Tauon Arktis Somewhere
1:06:01 Greg Lisher From the Canyon to the Sea Songs from the Imperial Garden
1:07:41 California Guitar Trio Halllitussilmad Elegy
1:11:30 Svara Look To The Empty Sky Caravan of Light
1:16:40 Engineers Rhenium Pictobug
1:23:11 Daevid Allen & Harry Williamson Twenty Two Meanings (Edit 3) Twenty Two Meanings – The Art of Glissando Guitar Vol.1

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Yaima Mycelia Fantastic Fungi Reimagined
1:33:47 Brothertiger Shelter Cove Paradise Lost
1:37:59 David Bridie & All India Radio Moment One By The Light Of The Stars
1:45:25 break
1:46:02 Mars Lasar Constellations Multiverse
1:50:23 Agnes Obel Island Of Doom Myopia
1:55:44 Balmorhea Elegy All is Wild All is Silent

 

He’s holding the cover to Tubular Bells in this picture, but many consider Ommadawn to be Mike Oldfield’s masterpiece. composer Mike Oldfield talks about Ommadawn, his two-sided epic from 1975. It’s partly an homage to his mother, who died during the recording, and her Irish roots. We travel to Ommadawn on its 45th anniversary with Mike Oldfield on Echoes.

 

Weekend, Sept 26-27, 2020 – Echoes Program 2038B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Eden Iris Dark Sunday Dream (David Norland Remix) Dark Sunday Dream
0:06:01 Moya Brennan Purple Haze Signature
0:09:53 Richard Burmer Waking The Icons On The Third Extreme
0:16:29 Moby Morningside All Visible Objects
0:21:44 Liquid Bloom & Tribone Interbeing (Sigil Remix) Interbeing

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Interview: Mike Oldfield – Return to Ommadawn
0:39:24 Mike Oldfield Ommadawn – Part One Ommadawn

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Svara Zen Blossoms Caravan of Light
1:06:01 Michael Rother Fierce Wind Blowing Dreaming
1:11:01 Kevin Keller Solana The Front Porch of Heaven
1:16:29 Gracie and Rachel Listen Hello Weakness, You Make Me Strong
1:19:23 Brothertiger Pyre Paradise Lost
1:23:30 Rikaar Deep Spectrum X Deep Spectrum X (single)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Albaye Cissoko & Volker Goetze Amanke Dionti Amanke Dionti
1:36:25 Popol Vuh Engel Der Gegenwart Coeur de Verre
1:44:40 break
1:45:30 Mimi Page Even In A Million Pieces Even In A Million Pieces Single
1:48:02 Mercedes Bahleda & Klaus Hillebrecht Tara’s Hymn Sacred Chants to Tara
1:51:45 David Bridie & All India Radio By The Light Of The Stars By The Light Of The Stars

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