Echoes Playlist
Randy Armstrong is a gifted acoustic guitarist who has been on the World fusion scene since the mid 1970s when he was a member of the world fusion chamber group, Doah. Since that band broke up, this New Hampshire-based artist has played more world fusion with Uno Mundo and his own trio. He recently composed the score to the PBS series, Dinner on the Diner (Ellipsis Arts) and now has a new solo CD, No Regrets (Domo). Randy not only brought his acoustic guitar, but kalimbas, gongs, Native flutes and synthesizers creating a one-man soundscape in realtime. Randy Armstrong plays live, on Echoes.

ID#03-J07-00121 Echoes Program 25X
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name More Info

   First Half Hour
0:01:00 Lanterna Smoke Elm Street
0:06:01 Charles Lloyd Hymn to the Mother Lift Every Voice
0:20:46 Christopher O'Reilly Karma Police True Love Waits
0:25:11 Kristi Stassinopoulou The Secrets of the Rocks The Secrets of the Rocks
0:29:00 break

Second Half Hour
0:30:01 Bill Frisell Listen The Intercontinentals
0:36:38 Inti Illimani Hunting the Nandu Lugares Comunes
0:41:50 Saul Stokes i.m.i.y.e (edit) Fields More Info
0:47:50 break
0:48:20 Adrian Legg St. Mary's Guitar Bones
0:52:20 Peter Rubissow As You Leave The Group  
0:58:30 close
0:59:00 break

Third Half Hour
0:01:00 Tommy Emmanuel Padre Only
0:06:00 Nick Rowe Amrita The Fire and the Moon  
0:11:00 Tim Story Intemperate Shadowplay
0:14:56 Dom F Scab Miracle of the Flight Facta more info
0:23:53 Richard Souther The Fire of the Spirit Illumination
0:29:00 break

Fourth Half Hour

A Living Room Concert with Randy Armstrong
0:55:01 Artist composition Original CD  
0:55:01 Randy Armstrong Tribute II No Regrets
0:55:01 Randy Armstrong soundscape unreleased  
0:55:01 Randy Armstrong Train Across the Savanna Dinner on the Diner
0:55:01 Randy Armstrong Summer Day Blue No Regrets
0:55:01 Randy Armstrong Bahji Revisited No Regrets
0:55:01 following the concert:
0:55:01 Randy Armstrong Song for Peace No Regrets
0:58:25 close

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