Echoes Playlist
Mary Youngblood is a Native Flute player born of Seminole and Aleut descent raised in an adoptive anglo family. An imposing women, she has a big flute tone that's she's recorded from caverns to studios and she is the first flute player to win a Grammy Award. That was for her album, Beneath the Raven Moon (SilverWave). Now she has a new CD, Feed the Fire that includes a guest spot from one of her early heroes. It's not R. Carlos Nakai, but Ian Anderson from the British rock group, Jethro Tull. Mary Youngblood talks about flute traditions and new directions.

Echoes Program 0433B
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name Amazon/Misc iTunes

First Half Hour
0:01:00  Chris Proctor  Seven-Oh-Four  The Chris Proctor Collection     
0:06:01  David Darling  Wulu Mist  Mudanin Kata     
0:08:49  Ryan Farish  Carried by the Wind  Beautiful     
0:13:24  David Cullen/Micheal Manring  Equilibre  Equilibre     
0:18:13  Stroutsos/Clipman/Eaton  Sea of Clouds  Quiet Fire     
0:23:10  Richard Bone  A Boy in the Garden of Gastille  The Reality Temples     
0:29:00  break         

Second Half Hour
0:30:01  Orbital  Transient  Blue Album   
0:35:42  T.J. Rehmi  The Lone Rider  The Warm Chill   
0:44:23  Blow Up Hollywood  Beyond the Stars  Blow Up Hollywood   
0:48:42  break         
0:49:12  Ryuichi Sakamoto  Seven Samurai (ending theme)  Chasm   
0:54:44  John Lakveet  Fultum (To Prop Up)  Building Sequential Stones Vol.2  more info  
0:59:00  break         

Third Half Hour
0:01:00  Mary Youngblood  Sacred Place  Feed the Fire     
0:06:01  Lori Carson  Glimmer  The Finest Thing     
0:13:21  Robert Rich  Parallel Horizons  Open Window     
0:23:51  Sam Vitoulis  Love to Big Brother  April 4th 1984     
0:29:00  break         

Fourth Half Hour

Feature: Mary Youngblood 
0:37:46  Mary Youngblood  Passions to Ignite  Feed the Fire     
0:41:16  break         
0:41:36  Joe Ebel  Freefall  Primebel   
0:45:44  Jami Sieber  Hidden Sky  Hidden Sky     
0:52:38  Chris Lacinak  Conception  Primitika     

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