Monday, June 5, 2023 – Echoes Program 2323A

Echoes June CD of the Month: Traveler's Cloth by Robert Rich


Robert Rich June CD of the Month - Travelers' Cloth

Seduction and entrancement are part of Echoes June CD of the Month. It’s Travelers’ Cloth by Robert Rich. It’s an album of sensual moods threaded on flutes, percussion, ambient lap-steel and synthesizers. Join John Diliberto when he explores Robert Rich’s Traveler’s Cloth, the June CD of the Month on Echoes from PRX.

Monday, June 5, 2023 – Echoes Program 2323A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Michael Whalen Disappear Our April Tigers
0:06:00 Robert Rich Writing on Water Travelers’ Cloth
0:12:22 Depeche Mode Before We Drown Memento Mori
0:16:17 The Doors End of the Night The Doors
0:18:56 Hammock Undoing Love in the Void
0:23:34 Lanterna Island Lake Backyards

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Robert Rich Loom of Origins Travelers’ Cloth
0:37:25 Secret Sky Opium Opium
0:42:43 Fabio Mittino Song for Patti Simple Music for Difficult People Vol.4
0:45:20 break
0:46:01 Lucinda Chua You Yian
0:49:14 Robert Rich Feathers on a Barefoot Path Travelers’ Cloth

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Lisa Lynne Circle the Sun Hopes and Dreams
1:06:31 Robert Rich High Mountain Shelter Travelers’ Cloth
1:16:12 Bob Moses Never Ending (Juno Mamba Remix) The Silence in Between (Remixed)
1:20:42 French 79 Freedom Teenagers

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Robert Rich Footprints Fade in the Rain Travelers’ Cloth
1:36:25 Delerium Glimmer (Delerium Remix with Mimi Page) Signs
1:40:26 Dominic Sen Icarus Apparition
1:43:50 break
1:44:39 Ambient Ensemble Waveguide Light and Space
1:50:56 Robert Rich Memory Like Blowing Sand Travelers’ Cloth


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  2 comments for “Monday, June 5, 2023 – Echoes Program 2323A

  1. Hi, John. While listening to Opium by Secret Sky, I couldn’t help but think that it sounds a lot like something Loreena McKennitt would have written/produced. Come to find out both Brian Hughs and Caroline Lavelle played in her band for many years. But you probably already knew that. I hope you feature this song again soon.

    Louis J Cianca

    • I did know that and mentioned it several times when we first started playing the album, but stopped doing that after several plays. Thanks for the pointer and for listening though!

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