Echoes Playlist

September 3-7, 2001

Following is a listing of the musical selections airing on Echoes for the week of September 3-7, 2001.  The dates on the playlists are the dates the programs are distributed to stations.  Please check the program ID number to verify the program if your station broadcasts the program on a different day than it is distributed.

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Monday 9/3/01
Back in 1972, a mysterious album called TIBETAN BELLS came out. It had no tunes or melodies, only a shimmering Aurora Borealis of sound. That album has just been released on CD for the First time ever. We'll talk to the man behind the bells, Henry Wolff.

Tuesday 9/4/01
Ravi Shankar is the venerable Indian sitarist, an icon of Indian music. At age 81, he's just released a new live album, FULL CIRCLE (Angel). Anoushka Shankar is his 19 year old daughter. Studying at the feet of her father, she's become a master musician herself with two albums of music, ANOUSHKA and ANOURAG (Angel). The father and daughter talk about the art of the raga and a music spirit that moves from Hinduism to Goa Trance.

Thursday 9/6/01
Mizuyo Komiya plays a 25 stringed version of the 13-stringed Japanese zither called the koto. Running her hands across the strings like a weaver threading a loom, she plucks delicate melodies, shaping each note as if it were a flower. Her artistry is heard on her latest album, LULLABY (Pacific Moon) and in this Echoes Living Room Concert from Tokyo.

Friday 9/7/01
Brian Eno has a curious double-image. His most popular work is done under the auspices of other artist's through his productions of Talking Heads, David Bowie, and U2, including the Irish band's latest CD. But the other side of Eno is heard on his solo albums as sonic provocateur. He codified the concept of ambient music in the 1970s, embraced a grunge electronic aesthetic in the early 1990s and now seeks the holy grail of generative music, essentially, music that composes itself. But his latest CD, DRAWN FROM LIFE (Astralwerks) finds Eno playing live, along with German electronic composer, J. Peter Schwalm. Many are calling it his most accessible album in years. From Eno's studio in London and Schwalm's in Frankfurt, two electronic artists talk of a music born in improvisation.

*denotes compilation 

ID#01-J07-00176 Monday September 3, 2001 (Echoes Program 27P)

First Half Hour
Vieux Diop Mom's Jam Afrika Wasa

Tim Farrell Rain on the Roof Songs from Clarowood

Nana Ishe O Wa Daughters of the Sun

Alpha Wave Movement Bislama Bislama

Second Half Hour
Tim Story Slippery Hours Shadowplay

Coulter/Phillips Ensemble Rain into Snow Echoes LRC Vol 6*

Alex de Grassi Turning: Turning Back Touch*

Night Ark Picture Treasures

Izdatso Jazz ID Izdatso

Third Half Hour
Crown Invisible V07 CI 4: Cinema

William Coulter/Benjamin Verdery How Great is the Pleasure Song for our Ancestors
Bruce Kaphan Clouds Slider

Kitaro Spirit of Harp Ancient

Hans Zimmer Now We Are Free The Wings of a Film

The Maskit English Countryside Heaven Machine

Fourth Half Hour

Henry Wolff/Nancy Hennings Tibetan Bells Tibetan Bells
Pat Thomi Time Pyramids

Steve Roach Reflections in Suspension Structures from Silence

ID#01-J07-00177 Tuesday September 4, 2001 (Echoes Program 36L)

First Half Hour
Tim Farrell Across the Northlands Songs from Clarowood

Jeff Johnson/Brian Dunning On Scatha's Island The Enduring Story

Jon Durant Behind Stone Walls Brief Light

Pale 3 Opening The Princess and the Warrior

Michael Harrison In Flight Windows*

Second Half Hour
David Cullen Equilibre Equilibre

Maire Brennan Na Paisti Perfect Time

Kevin Keller Orbit Tales of the Twilight
Peter Kater/R. Carlos Nakai Walk With Me Through Windows and Walls

Eberhard Weber Nuit Blanche Endless Days

Tangerine Dream Girl on the Stairs Dream Mixes 3

Third Half Hour
Ravi Shankar Friar Park Bridges

Dean DeBenedictus Avenging Ill-Fated Visions A Lone Reply
Dadawa The Dry Season Yellow Children
Joaquin Lievano Rainforest Dance Ecologie

William Coulter/Benjamin Verdery How Great is the Pleasure Songs for our Ancestors

Fourth Half Hour

Ravi Shankar Ragas in Minor Scale Bridges

Karen Tweed/Timo Alikotila The Land May Monday

Alex de Grassi Turning: Turning Back Touch*

ID#01-J07-00178 Wednesday September 5, 2001 (Echoes Program 28L)

First Half Hour
David Helpling Divine Whisper Sleeping on the Edge of the World
Nana Alluring Waltz Daughters of the Sun
Will Ackerman The Impending Death of the Virgin Spirit Touch*
Eberhard Weber Concerto for Bass Endless Days
The Bionaut P. Bateman Lubricate Your Living Room

Second Half Hour
Nawang Khechog Tibet Karuna
Hans Zimmer Journey to the Line The Wings of a Film
Brian Eno/J.Peter Schwalm More Dust Drawn from Life
Tito La Rosa The Cry of the World The Prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor
Crown Invisible V15-Panic CI 4:Cinema

Third Half Hour
Kosei Yamamoto East Ward East Ward
Ron Boots Reflecting Thoughts Cutting Branches  
R. Carlos Nakai/AmoChip Dabney Sacagewea Edge of the Century
Euphoria Desert Drive Beautiful My Child
Jeff Johnson/Brian Dunning On Scatha's Island The Enduring Story
Samite Stars to Share Stars to Share

Fourth Half Hour
Kitaro Spirit of Harp Ancient
Tim Farrell Rain on the Roof Songs from Clarowood
Epiphany Project Lockerbie Epiphany Project
Mars Lasar Great Beast of Wisdom Karma
Gary Stroutsos Silent Wave Pacific Moon
Air Radian 10000 Hz Legend

ID#01-J07-00179 Thursday September 6, 2001 (Echoes Program 36N)

First Half Hour
Dean Evenson/Scott Huckabay Soul Journ Healing Dreams  
Pierre Bensusan Bouree Voltige Intuite
Emer Mayock Lucky Thirteen Playground  
Nana Siva's Moon Dance Daughters of the Sun
Green Isac Caravan Groundrush

Second Half Hour


Original Disc
Mizuyo Komiya Fursato Lullaby
Mizuyo Komiya A Lullaby For Takeda Lullaby
Mizuyo Komiya Beyond The Window Lullaby
Mizuyo Komiya Aidama Color

Third Half Hour
Don Ross In From the Cold Huron Street
John Huling Hoski Plateau Under One Sky*  
Baka Beyond Creation Sogo
Claude Chalhoub Melancholia Claude Chalhoub

Fourth Half Hour
James Wilkinson Westward From a Distant Shore
Autumn's Child Yellow Field Storytelling
The Hermit Estuary Flying Out of Solitude
Michael John Fink I Hear it in the Rain I Hear it in the Rain  

ID#01-J07-00180 Friday September 7, 2001 (Echoes Program 36P)

First Half Hour
Brian Eno/J. Peter Schwalm More Dust Drawn From Life
Paul Horn Inside Inside the Taj Mahal I & II
Dean De Benedictus As the Ocean Emptied A Lone Reply  
Green Planet Bowl Games Les Chemins de la Sagesse  
Oystein Sevag Children's Song Windows*
Peter Kater/R. Carlos Nakai When Worlds Collide Through Windows and Wall

Second Half Hour

Brian Eno/J. Peter Schwalm Persis Drawn From Life
Suzanne Teng Topanga Dreams Echoes LRC vol 6*
Jade Warrior Grey Lake Red Mountain Horizen

Third Half Hour
Gary Sill Sahara Spring is in the Poet
Snuffy Walden Who Lives Up There Touch*
Hans Zimmer Journey to the Line The Wings of a Film
Laurie Anderson Washington Street Life on a String
Robert Rich Nesting on Cliffsides Bestiary

Fourth Half Hour
Bruce Kaphan High Desert Slider
Maggie Sansone Farewell to Nigg Celtic Meditations
Alex Cline Benediction The Constant Flame
Ottmar Liebert Angel Little Wing
Dusted Childhood When We Were Young
Paul Ellis Under the Waves a Sky of Water Into the Liquid Unknown

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