Echoes Playlist

July 8-12, 2002

Following is a listing of the musical selections airing on Echoes for the week of July 8-12, 2002.  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 07/08/02
R. Carlos Nakai articulates a world between cultures. On his album, IN A DISTANT PLACE (Canyon), his Native flutes are entwined with Tibetan Nawang Khechog's flutes and voice, and morphed through the hybrid guitar string orchestrations of William Eaton and tribal rhythms of Will Clipman. Late this past Spring, Echoes conducted a pair of living room concerts in front of audiences of radio station KBSU in Boise, Idaho and Jefferson Public Radio in Ashland, Oregon. In a special one hour concert, Nakai, Eaton & Clipman find communion in their diverse voices and talk about a music between cultures.

Wednesday 07/10/02

On this edition of Echoes we'll be playing tracks from the Danny Heines album, WHAT WORLDS THEY BRING. It's an album of global fusion with singers Irina Mikhailova and Tina Malia and bassist Michael Manring among the supporting cast. Heines fuses Indian and Africa rhythms with Eastern European folk songs, Tuvan throat singing and his own, deft, two-handed tapping approach to the acoustic guitar.

Thursday 07/11/02
Record store shelves are lined with CDs designed for yoga, but few of them are created by actual yoga practitioners and fewer still by musicians with the credentials of Drala. Drala is David Nichtern and Steve Gorn. Nichtern is a noted composer and guitarist best known for writing the Maria Muldaur hit "Midnight at the Oasis." Steve Gorn has lent his serene bansuri flute sounds to everyone from Paul Simon to percussionist Glen Velez. As Drala, they sculpt a modal, meditative sound. In David Nichtern's Manhattan studio, Drala unfolds the methods of their music designed for movement on their self-titled debut (Dharma Moon).

Friday 07/12/02
Kodo is the world renowned Japanese Taiko drum ensemble that took the sacred drums out of the temples and onto the concert stage in wildy acrobatic performances. On a new album called MONDO HEAD (Red Ink), Kodo teams up with Grateful Dead/Planet Drum percussionist Mickey Hart to create a global percussion orchestra. Hart taps into the impressionistic side of Kodo, aligning them with master drummers like Zakir Hussain and Giovanni Hidalgo as well as the world fusion vocal group Vas. Ryutaro Kaneko of Kodo, and Mickey Hart talk about their percussion garden.

*denotes compilation 

ID#02-J07-00135 Monday July 08, 2002 (Echoes Program 28Q)

A Living Room Concert with R. Carlos Nakai/William Eaton/Will Clipman

First Half Hour
Nakai/Eaton/Clipman Gates of Asherah Red Wind  
Nakai/Eaton/Clipman Prelude to a Storm Feather Stone & Light
Nakai/Eaton/Clipman Aspen Wind In A Distant Place
Nakai/Eaton/Clipman Stories in Shadow & Light Red Wind  

Second Half Hour
Nakai/Eaton/Clipman Riding the Wind In A Distant Place
Nakai/Eaton/Clipman My Wild Heart Sings In A Distant Place
Nakai/Eaton/Clipman Running Down the Sun Feather Stone & Light

Third Half Hour
Autumn's Child Meeting In Performance  
Barbara Higbie Rainy Night House Variations on a Happy Ending
Mark Kopfler Sons of Scotland Quiet Theme A Shot at Glory
David Sylvian Wave Camphor
Medwyn Goodall Shadow on the Glen Anam Cara
Craig Padrilla Folding Space Folding Space and Melting Galaxies  

Fourth Half Hour
Stephen Bennett City on the Hill Tea  
Peter Gabriel The Return Long Walk Home
Carl Weingarten Escapesilence Escapesilence
Gevorg Dabaghyan Aravot Luso Miniatures
Riri Shimada Trois Gymmnopedies Pianoworks: Satie
M. Coldrick Throat Blue Unity Music for a Busy Head  

ID#02-J07-00136 Tuesday July 09, 2002 (Echoes Program 28R)

First Half Hour
Arto Tuncboyacian Heaven for My Father Every Day is a New Life
Steve Gorn/Tony Levin/Jerry Marotta Glass Beads From the Caves of the Iron Mountain
Carl Weingarten Hand in the Sand Escapesilence
Thomas Barquee Salva Me Slow Music for Yoga*
Tuatara Tumbleweeds Cinemathique

Second Half Hour
Dom F. Scab Procesos Analogical Confessions More Info
Peter Gabriel A Sense of Home/Gracie's Recapture Long Walk Home
Alex Grant El Chupacabra Old Father Road
Brian Keane Starting Out Ansel Adams
Doug Smith/Mark Hanson Canyon Canon Power of Two

Third Half Hour
Richard Warner Water Spirit of the Tao Te Ching
Louis Sclavis Le Travail Dans la Nuit
Huayucaltia El Tiempo Destinos  
Suzanne Teng China Lily Mystic Journey
Rudy Adrian Digital Star Streams Concerts in New Zealand  

Fourth Half Hour
Solas Maybe in a Prayer The Edge of Silence
3AM Night Distant Early Warning  
David Sylvian Red Earth Camphor
David Bridie Dive Act of Free Choice
Stephen Bennett Oregon River  
Bill Frisell If I Could I Surely Would The Willies

ID#02-J07-00137 Wednesday July 10, 2002 (Echoes Program 28S)

Featuring the Echoes CD of the Month: Danny Heines What Worlds They Bring

First Half Hour
Peter Mergener Rain in Australia Buddha Lounge*  
Danny Heines I Thought it was Raining What Worlds They Bring
Michael Gulezian Park Avenue Unspoken Intentions
Jack Edward Smith Dreams Mundo Fantasia  
Phil Thornton Desert Dream Dreamscapes
Bobby McFerrin Sisters/Circlings Beyond Words
Danny Heines The Lonliest Monk What Worlds They Bring

Second Half Hour
Scott August Coyote Dance Distant Spirits
Kronos Quartet Tabu Nuevo
Jai Uttal Footprints Footprints
Danny Heines Vir Vir What Worlds They Bring
Jeff Johnson/Brian Dunning Elieson Echoes LRC Vol 7*
David Michael/Randy Mead Voice of the Wild Mountain in the Sky
Danny Heines Fly Bird Fly What Worlds They Bring

Third Half Hour
Deuter Maui Morning Lands of Enchantment  
Danny Heines Bending Lament What Worlds They Bring
Shastro Shaman's Healing Shaman's Healing
Danny Heines Six Picture Dream What Worlds They Bring

Fourth Half Hour
Danny Heines Lost Gift What Worlds They Bring
Bill Douglas Entering the Dream Homeland
Talvin Singh/Rakesh Chaurasia Meeting Vira
Danny Heines Singing with Gargoyles What Worlds They Bring
David & Steve Gordon Guardian Spirit Sacred Drum Visions

ID#02-J07-00138 Thursday July 11, 2002 (Echoes Program 28T)

First Half Hour
Drala Opneing the Gates Drala
Ancient Future Semara Planet Passion
Rubenstein Bioambience Tonecluster  
Dean DeBenedictis Avenging ilfaited Visions A Lone Reply
Medwyn Goodall Headwind Anam Cara

Second Half Hour

Drala Home Drala
Terry Rolleri Malibu Barbie Out in the West  
Cybertribe Welcome to the Journey Dharma Cafe

Third Half Hour
John Huling Nightfall on Hoskinni Mesa Sunrise
Ed Gerhard Howl Mark Twain*
Ottmar Liebert Ode 2 the Morning Star In the Arms of Love
Der Spyra Breath Elevator to Heaven  

Fourth Half Hour
Michelle Shocked I Know What You Dub Deep Natural
Scott Adams Panther Mountain Dawn Adirondack Aire  
Mary Youngblood And We Will Fly Beneath the Raven Moon
M. Coldrick Throat Blue Unity Music for a Busy head  
Richard Bone A Splendid Flow of Grace Disorient

ID#02-J07-00139 Friday July 12, 2002 (Echoes Program 19T)

First Half Hour
Barbara Higbie Variations on a Happy Ending Variations on a Happy Ending
Ben Verdery Song Before Spring Ufonia
Craig Armstrong Wake Up in New York As If To Nothing
Lidija Bajuk Janko Fell Asleep Dawn Maiden  
Autumn's Child Yellow Field Storytelling
Scott Helland Golden Retrievers of Good Luck Earthbound

Second Half Hour
Kazu Matsui Talking with the Rice Spirits Bamboo
Alias Grace If I Could Storm Blue Evening  
Lino Dali's Hoppers Satin Blue
Red Shift Mantra Cloudnoise Deep Field Image  
Chinmaya Dunster The Watcher On Sacred Ground

Third Half Hour
Kodo Echo Bells Mondo Head
David Darling Prayer and Word Cello Blue
Phil Thornton Desert Dream Dreamscapes
Boots/Aerts/van der Heijden Triple Rock Livelines  

Fourth Half Hour

Kodo Ektal Mondo Head
Nicholas Gunn Trail of Tears Through the Great Smoky Mountains
Talvin Singh/Rakesh Chaurasia Meeting Vira

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