Monday, May 13, 2024 – Echoes Program 2420A

Sean Ono Lennon's Inner Mounting Psychedelia: The Echoes Interview


Sean Ono Lennon

On the next Echoes, Sean Ono Lennon. The son of John and Yoko is following his parents’ path of exploratory music and psychedelics. We talk about his brilliant new instrumental album, Asterisms. It’s a recording inspired by early 70s fusion with a dash of psychedelia. Lennon talks about his inspirations, going from the womb to the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Miles Davis and more. Join John Diliberto when he talks with Sean Ono Lennon on Echoes from PRX.

Monday, May 13, 2024 – Echoes Program 2420A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 Andreas Vollenweider 02 Polyhymina Featuring Isabel Gehweiler Quiet Places
0:06:00 Sharon Van Etten Jupiter Remind Me Tomorrow
0:11:15 Dave Bessell Elegy Chromatic Lightning Cage (DiN84)
0:17:31 St. Vincent Hell Is Near All Born Screaming
0:21:30 Le Morte d’Abby Seed of the Woman In Those Days

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Sean Ono Lennon
0:45:07 Sean Ono Lennon Starwater Asterisms
0:52:10 Zanias Acacia Ecdysis

Third Half Hour

1:01:00 Heather Woods Broderick A Stilling Wind Invitation
1:06:00 George Wallace Lilah of the Spirited Light Etherica Blue
1:16:35 Melissa Cox The Mummers’ Dance Matriotism
1:21:37 Dark Sky Alliance The Desert Mind Interdwell

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 AO MUSIC Nata Ire Pan Otherness
1:33:36 Michael Whalen Ode to a Perfect Sunset Watercolor Sky
1:38:49 Still Corners Today is the Day Dream Talk
1:43:08 break
1:44:21 Oster/Downes/Eaton A Confession Seven Conversations
1:51:20 Julee Cruise & Tim Saul Fly Away (HAb Extended Remix) Fly Away


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  2 comments for “Monday, May 13, 2024 – Echoes Program 2420A

  1. I didn’t realize until recently but many playlists are recycled from previous weeks. That’s lame. Also when a new playlist is published, the first playlist is removed. Not sure if you can listen to more playlists on the website compared to the app. These are reasons why I won’t renew my subscription. It’s a great radio program but I can listen to internet radio, apple music, etc. and get unlimited music, sometimes for free.

    • This is partly true. Because the Echoes staff is small, there are times we need to take a break, and in those instances we repeat older shows. Nevertheless, at any given time, there upwards of 250 new hours of new shows for you to access on the website, with new ones rolling in every weekday. Besides, a great show, and that’s all we have, is well worth listening to again, especially when you consider that every Echoes show is about 80% brand new music released in the last few months. And we also have no real ads.

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