Weekend, Apr 10-11, 2021 – Programs 2114A & 2114B

April CD of the Month

The April CD of the Month is an album of intricate and pastoral excursions by Carl Weingarten called Ember Days. Weingarten weaves multiple guitars, synthesizers and accompanists like bassist Michael Manring and  into a sound as if country music went to heaven. Things get warmer when we fan the flames of Carl Weingarten’s Ember Days, the CD of the Month, on Echoes.

Weekend, April 10-11, 2021 – Echoes Program 2114A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Jeff Johnson & Phil Keaggy Mosaic 3 Ravenna
0:06:55 Carl Weingarten Round Robin Ember Days
0:11:26 Vallens Sheer In Era
0:16:46 Black Fly Green Black Fly
0:20:05 S1gns Of L1fe Collective Awakening The Age of Cymatics

Second Half Hour

0:30:35 Carl Weingarten Brother Mountain Ember Days
0:35:55 Yaima Nuclear Earth Trilogy – One
0:41:45 Erik Scott Free (Instrumental) Spirits
0:47:48 break
0:48:30 Anaamaly I Am Inspired by the Possibility I Am Inspired by the Possibility (single)
0:53:06 Carl Weingarten A Solitary Interlude Ember Days

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Vicki Richards Riding The Thermals (Everglades) She Vanishes
1:06:01 Carl Weingarten Ember Days Ember Days
1:10:55 Inbar Bakal Song of Songs Dream Logic: The Echoes Living Room Concerts Volume 16
1:16:56 Ian Boddy & Markus Reuter Citadel Outland
1:23:06 Lili Haydn The Devil You Know More Love

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Carl Weingarten Skying Out Ember Days
1:34:33 Phoebe Bridgers Kyoto (Spotify Single) Spotify Singles
1:37:52 Robert Jurjendal Hikers Water Finds A Way
1:42;20 break
1:42:50 Gustavo Santaolalla Brokeback Mountain Brokeback Mountain
1:45:15 Allie Crow Buckley Under the Sun Moonlit And Devious
1:49:00 aeseaes Chimera Shapeshifter
1:51:55 Carl Weingarten Geola Ember Days

Some weekend listeners will also hear the electronic pop band, Decouplr tackles themes of pandemic and isolation. The Philadelphia duo of Bailey Walker and Adam Laub, who are also a couple, have released their 80s inspired album of electro-pop called Digital Bonfire to comfort your pandemic malaise and take you to a higher ground. We ignite Decouplr on Echoes.

Weekend, April 10-11, 2021 – Echoes Program 2114B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Decouplr Serotonin Fund Digital Bonfire
0:06:45 Lisa Gerrard / Jules Maxwell / James Chapman Aldavyeem (A Time To Dance) Burn
0:11:08 Desert Dwellers At Last Our Refuge 2 Breath
0:19:51 I Am Boleyn Paris To Berlin Paris To Boleyn
0:23:33 Trigaida Sluntseto Trepti Elate

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Interview: Decouplr
0:42:10 Decouplr Osage Digital Bonfire
0:46:09 Gumi Inner Sines Underwater
0:53:16 Elder Island Intertwine Swimming Static

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Carl Weingarten Brother Mountain Ember Days
1:06:01 Deborah Martin & Jill Haley Earth Stone Water Sky The Silence of Grace
1:09:57 AO Music Nashu Kutumba
1:14:00 Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society Cloudface Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society
1:18:19 Wax Tailor Fear of a Blind Planet The Shadow of Their Suns
1:22:05 Quindar Arabella & Anita Hip Mobility

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Delerium Keyless Door (Featuring Azure Ray) Music Box Opera
1:34:51 David Helpling & Jon Jenkins Treasure Treasure
1:40:25 Moby Porcelain (with Jim James) Reprise
1:46:10 break
1:47:12 Skullcrusher Storm In Summer Storm in Summer
1:51:14 Bluetech Lights From Mariana Underwater Cities

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