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Thursday, Nov 26, 2020 – Echoes Program 2047D

You’re invited to an Echoes Acoustic Thanksgiving. The unplugged show will feature music from Will Ackerman, Andreas Vollenweider, California Guitar Trio, Loreena McKennitt, FLOW and that man for all seasons and holidays, George Winston. John Diliberto sets the table for an Echoes Acoustic Thanksgiving.

Thursday, Nov 26, 2020 – Echoes Program 2047D
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Fiona Joy Hawkins Tolling Of The Fire Bell Moving Through Worlds
0:06:01 Tom Caufield The Sunflower and the Bee The Time Falling Bodies Take to Light
0:10:18 Ane Brun Gentle Wind of Gratitude How Beauty Holds the Hand of Sorrow
0:14:13 Andreas Vollenweider Venus in the Mirror (feat. Isabel Gehweiler) Quiet Places
0:17:17 Endless Field Life On Earth Alive in the Wilderness
0:21:35 FLOW All These Years Promise

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Patrick Watson Lost With You Lost With You (single)
0:32:49 George Winston Colors/Dance Autumn
0:42:57 Lana Del Rey Let Me Love You Like A Woman Let Me Love You Like A Woman (single)
0:46:14 Jill Haley Prairie Grass Dance The Winds of Badlands
0:49:36 Jo Beth Young Allumez Allumez
0:53:29 Peter Kater Keoua Hawaii

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 John Doan Run to Sanctuary Wayfarer
1:06:01 Lena Natalia Empty Gallery Straight is the Gate
1:09:12 Loreena McKennitt A Hundred Wishes Lost Souls
1:13:38 Keith Jarrett Part VII Budapest Concert
1:18:56 Aukai Gloria Game Trails
1:22:07 California Guitar Trio Gaudela Trilogy Part III: Mondego Rio da Experanca Elegy

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Myrkur & Anna von Hausswolff All Is Full of Love All Is Full of Love (single)
1:32:49 Paul Winter Winter’s Dream Light of the Sun
1:37:50 Yaima Time is All We Have ( Acoustic ) C E R E M O N I A
1:44:38 Nader Vasseghi Sacred Gift Sacred Gift
1:48:18 Greg Lisher The Exterminating Angel Songs from the Imperial Garden
1:51:07 Laraaji Meditation #2 Ambient 3: Day of Radiance

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Friday, Nov 27, 2020 – Echoes Program 2047E

On a Slow Flow Echoes it’s new music by Drogtech, a Polish musician creating ambient soundscapes on his new album, Fractured. We’ll also hear from Karavan Sarai, the world fusion electronic project from multi-instrumentalist Narayan Sijan and electronic producer Carmen Rizzo.

Friday, Nov 27, 2020 – Echoes Program 2047E
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

1:01 Paul Speer Sunrise Sonoran Odyssey
6:01 Al Di Meola Your Mother Should Know Across The Universe
10:21 Sufjan Stevens, Lowell Brams What It Takes Aporia
13:37 Blue Is Nine Sleepwalking A Pool Appears
17:35 Drogtech Don’t Look Back Fractured
21:26 John Gregorious The Expansive Sky Full of Life
25:41 Rom Ryan Aqua Velvet Mysteria
Second Half Hour
30:20 Jeff Johnson, Brian Dunning & Wendy Goodwin Shepherding The Wind Kohelet
33:13 Paul Winter Canyon Chaconne Canyon Lullaby
39:22 Spinger In Time Invisible Tree
44:15 Ishq Bhakti Orchid
53:33 SUSS Sundowner High Line

Third Half Hour

1:01:02 Fade Island crossroads Bring Me Back
1:06:01 General Fuzz Go Inward Soulful Filling
1:12:00 Karavan Sarai Possessed Love Torn in Love
1:15:50 Dave Bessel The Fountains are Singing Reality Engine
1:22:46 Skytechnic Immersion Colours II-Ice-va

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Suzanne Teng & Gilbert Levy Indian Sisters Autumn Monsoon
1:36:37 L.A. Takedown There Is A Drone In Griffith Park Our Feeling Of Natural High
1:45:43 Buck Curran No Love Is Sorrow No Love Is Sorrow
1:52:49 Tangerine Dream Los Santos City Map Recurring Dreams

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Monday, Nov 30, 2020 – Echoes Program 2048A

It’s a time of giving so the Echoes CD of the Month is actually 2 CDs.  Ane Brun‘s After The Great Storm and How Beauty Holds the Hand of Sorrow are perfect albums for this time of reflection and isolation and you’ll hear them as John Diliberto brings us the December CD of the Month on Echoes.

Read John Diliberto’s review here.

Monday, Nov 30, 2020 – Echoes Program 2048A
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Digitonal The Autumn Journal Set the Weather Fair
0:06:01 Ane Brun After the Great Storm After the Great Storm
0:11:00 Ian Boddy Nitro Axiom
0:17:08 Mimi Page Cosmic Hymn of Light Dark Before the Dawn – EP
0:21:15 Ane Brun Take Hold Of Me After the Great Storm

Second Half Hour

0:30:01 Ane Brun Last Breath How Beauty Holds the Hand of Sorrow
0:34:36 Jon Durant Watercourse Soul of a River
0:42:45 Kevin Keller The Forgotten Places The Front Porch of Heaven
048:15 break    
0:49:00 Ane Brun Gentle Wind of Gratitude How Beauty Holds the Hand of Sorrow
0:52:58 Thomas Lemmer & Christoph Sebastian Pabst Almseemorgen Bergblick

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Andreas Vollenweider Polyhymina Featuring Isabel Gehweiler Quiet Places
1:06:01 Ane Brun Don’t Run and Hide After the Great Storm
1:11:01 Eric Hilton 04. Midnight in Montmartre The Impossible Silence
1:13:36 Jenny O. Color Love New Truth
1:16:42 Richard Bone The Sereme Mr. Axeme Empyrean Castles
1:22:21 Ane Brun Crumbs After the Great Storm

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Ane Brun Trust How Beauty Holds the Hand of Sorrow
1:33:51 Veinmelter Night Traveler Still in the Air
1:39:48 Olafur Arnalds We Contain Multitudes Some Kind of Peace
1:42:40 break    
1:43:26 Ane Brun Lose My Way How Beauty Holds the Hand of Sorrow
1:48:33 Reinhardt Buhr Ascension Movement 3 (Berlin)

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Tuesday, Dec 1, 2020 – Echoes Program 2048B

We talk to Icelandic composer, Ólafur Arnalds. Ever since his 2007 debut album, Eulogy for Evolution he’s been a leading avatar of ambient chamber music, combining classical forms and electronic ambiences.  HIs last album, Re:member, was among his most complex, using the stratus piano system of upright, self-performing pianos. (Read about it here.) On his new album, Some Kind of Peace, he pares-down to a simpler sound for music of introspection. It’s a pandemic meditation when we talk with Ólafur Arnalds on Echoes.

Tuesday, Dec 1, 2020 – Echoes Program 2048B
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Ólafur Arnalds Only The Winds For Now I Am Winter
0:06:01 Lana Del Rey Let Me Love You Like A Woman Let Me Love You Like A Woman (Single)
0:09:38 Hans Joachim Roedelius Durchaus Drauf Und Dran
0:17:01 Kasbo Snö (feat. Freja the Dragon) The Making of a Paracosm
0:20:16 Jeff Johnson & Phil Keaggy Mosaic 1 Mosaic Single

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Interview: Olafur Arnalds
0:43:06 Olafur Arnalds The Bottom Line (feat. Josin) Some Kind of Peace
0:46:55 London Grammar Californian Soil Californian Soil
0:50:33 Eric Hilton Acetone Dub The Impossible Silence
0:53:02 Nana Adjoa Throw Stones Big Dreaming Ants
0:56:09 Martyn Heyne As Mad as Man Open Lines

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Evan Fraser & Vir McCoy Yakumama pm Guardians
1:06:01 Shunia Breeze At Dawn Breeze At Dawn
1:09:56 Veinmelter All the Waves Still in the Air
1:14:46 Emancipator Labyrinth (CloZee Remix) Mountain Of Memory Remixes
1:19:04 Survibers Toy Soldiers Toy Soldiers (single)
1:21:32 Lars Leonhard Space Phenomena Spaceflight

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00 Reinhardt Buhr For Kathryn Movement 3 (Berlin)
1:36:31 Mimi Page The Monster in Me The Lighthouse (Original Game Soundtrack)
1:40:27 The Heart Is Awake Lo.Renzo remix Shimmer Blue Remixes
1:48:20 break
1:49:30 Brian Eno Beach Sequence Film Music 1976-2020
1:52:31 White Cliff Six Cylinder Run Six Cylinder Run (single)
1:55:13 Hiroki Okano Rimpa – Miyabi Return To The Soul

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Wednesday, Dec 2, 2020 – Echoes Program 2048C

Electronic pioneers Tangerine Dream are #3 of 30 Icons of Echoes.  In a special two-hour show, we’ll hear the Echoes Tangerine Dream Documentary as well as music from across the band’s career as well as solo projects. 50 years ago, Tangerine Dream began recording their electronic music in what was then West Berlin.  Founded by Edgar Froese, Tangerine Dream has epitomized the electronic age of music, recording over 150 albums of synthesized compositions.  Their film soundtracks include Sorcerer, Thief, Risky Business, and Legend. Tangerine Dream founder and last original member, Edgar Froese left the planet in 2015, but the group continues on with music he composed. We draw upon over a dozen interviews with the Dream members past and present including Froese, Peter Baumann, Christoph Franke, Klaus Schulze, Thorsten Quaeschning and Ulrich Schnauss as well as comments from Moby, Steve Reich, Steve Roach, Robert Rich and Ian Boddy, to celebrate these Icons of Echoes.

See the complete list of The 30 Icons of Echoes.
Next week, the number 4 Icon, Lisa Gerrard and Dead Can Dance.

 

Wednesday, Dec 2, 2020 – Echoes Program 2048C
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:01 Klaus Schulze Opheylissem Audentity (Revisited)
0:06:29 Tangerine Dream Rubycon, Pt. 1 Rubycon
0:22:01 Peter Baumann Searching In Vain Machines Of Desire

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 The Tangerine Dream Documentary

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Neuland Cascade 39 Neuland
1:06:04 Edgar Froese Detroit Snackbar Dreamer Stuntman
1:12:25 Christopher Franke Cloudburst Flight The London Concert
1:17:39 Jerome Froese Summer Light Fantastic The Speed Of Snow
1:23:14 Tangerine Dream Exit Exit

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Ulrich Schnauss Borrowed Time A Long Way To Fall
1:34:18 Tangerine Dream Triangle 8​.​17pm Session – Triangle

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