Tuesday, May 17, 2022- Echoes Program 2220B

David Arkenstone & Wouter Kellerman-A Global Hymn for Peace: The Echoes Interview

David Arkenstone and Wouter Kellerman

2022 Grammy Nominees David Arkenstone and Wouter Kellerman talk about their world fusion album, Pangaea. They worked on it during pandemic, with South African flautist Kellerman trapped by Covid travel regulations in Australia, and Arkenstone in Southern California. Their album is a hymn for world peace. They talk about their plea for peace and the global elements that make up their music.

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 – Echoes Program 2220B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Sharon Van Etten Born We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong
0:06:00 Lis Addison The Light of You Elements
0:12:04 Paul Winter Consort The Well-Tempered Wood Thrush Concert in the Barn
0:16:06 Zola Jesus The Fall Arkhon
0:19:51 AeTopus Aerie Urbus
0:25:11 Bear McCreary Gina Escapes Battlestar Galactica: Season 2

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: David Arkenstone & Wouter Kellerman
0:42:50 David Arkenstone & Wouter Kellerman Taranaki Rises Pangaea
0:47:12 Sun’s Signature Golden Air Sun’s Signature
0:52:32 Carl Lord Outer Boundary Dream Zone

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Belief Ulu Versions (EP)
1:06:00 Michael Whalen The Journey to LightsEdge Imaginary Trains
1:13:34 NIN3S The Tunnel Hopeyard
1:17:37 Patrick Watson Height of the Feeling Better in the Shade
1:21:19 Warpaint Hard To Tell You Radiate Like This

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Aukai Afternoon Moon Game Trails
1:32:16 Vic Hennegan Departure Journey to Sirius
1:38:11 Röyksopp There Beyond The Trees Profound Mysteries
1:43:46 Jenny Hval Classic Objects Classic Objects
1:48:30 break
1:49:22 Flock of Dimes Go With Good Head of Roses: Phantom Limb
1:53:32 Tone Ranger Reins Desert Rose


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