Thursday, September 23, 2021 – Echoes Program 2138D

Slow Flow Echoes

On a Slow Flow Echoes, new music from the Myndstream Collection Volume 1, featuring Mark Isham, Rick Wakeman and more. We’ll also hear from Steve Roach & Michael Stearns from their collaboration Beyond Earth and Sky.

Thursday, September 23, 2021 – Echoes Program 2138D
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Winterlight Half Forgotten Gestural Abstractions
0:06:01 William Tyler, Luke Schneider No Trouble Understand
0:11:24 David Torn and then there were no words… Myndstream Collection Volume 1 (v/a)
0:14:43 Rena Jones Plato’s Caves Allegories
0:20:17 David Arkenstone & Wouter Kellerman First Rain Pangaea
0:23:27 Stephan Micus Sun Dance Winter’s End

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Waveshaper Save Room Mainframe
0:33:29 Twilight Archive Maze Shifter Recent Detours
0:38:41 Liquid Bloom & Pere Overgrown Afar
0:46:31 Sebastian Plano Soul II (Elan) Save Me Not
0:50:00 Tim Story Strip 32 with Jean-Benoit Dunckel Moebius Strips
0:52:44 Charlie Roscoe Deep in The Land The Dreaming Temple

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Banco de Gaia All Sleeping (Desert Dwellers Remix) Night Visions 3: Desert Dwellers Remixes
1:06:01 Anna B. May Awareness Awareness
1:10:08 Michael L. Rogers Energy Transformation Energy Transformation
1:15:22 Dif Juz Last Day Extractions
1:19:10 Marconi Union Strata Signals
1:25:27 Clozee Nouvelle Era Nouvelle Era

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Will Ackerman/Jeff Oster/Tom Eaton Three Trees Brothers
1:34:59 Steve Roach / Michael Stearns Horizon is Home Beyond Earth & Sky
1:47:27 Pat Thomi Twilight Fairytales


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  2 comments for “Thursday, September 23, 2021 – Echoes Program 2138D

  1. Please excuse some pedantry, but John said something that grated my
    age-11, mathematician’s ear. Vangelis’s famous piece about the Earth, is
    pronounced albedo zero point three nine, not thirty nine. Even if you ignore
    that’s how decimals are spoken, just listen to the last 80 seconds of the
    track, where the voice says it repeatedly. At least John knows the gee in
    Vangelis is hard, unlike Ron Boots or Chuck van Zyl. (-:

    While I’m at it, another one that makes me cringe, given my classics education,
    is the Tangerine Dream 1974 classic, “Phaedra”. In Latin “ae” rhymes with my
    (“i” rhymes with me), For 47 years I’ve pronounced the album “Fydruh”, not
    “Faydruh”. It’s more obvious looking at the Greek Phaidra.

    What’s happened to the 50-year-old music? There’s hardly been any
    Throwbacks of late. I guess we’ll have “Echoes” from “Meddle” soon

    • LOL! Well, that is a little pedantic, but I hear you.
      Regarding Phaedra, I have never heard a single person, including any member of TD from that era in my interviews, pronounce it Fydruh. But then, they spelled Rubicon with a y.

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