Echoes Playlist

September 9-13, 2002

Following is a listing of the musical selections airing on Echoes for the week of September 9-13, 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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Tuesday 09/10/02
In their London studio, Gary Cobain of the Future Sound of London takes us inside the psychedelic landscape of their latest album, THE ISNESS (Hypnotic Records). The spirits of Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd, Revolver era Beatles and the pastoral sounds of Donovan inhabit THE ISNESS like mischievous ghosts. Beatlesque harmonies, sitars, Mellotron flutes and phase-shifted vocals permeate the album in a flow from surreal sound collages. Formerly one of the more cynical among London's ambient house music scene, FSOL member Gary Cobain has found the light of spirituality and hears it reflected in 60s psychedelia. He rummages through his record collection and unlocks the grooves of THE ISNESS.

Wednesday 09/11/02
"The artists are the architects of heaven."--Bobby McFerrin

As America commemorates the one year anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001, Echoes will provide a respite from the endless analysis with music for healing and contemplation. A Requiem Soundscape will feature new music recorded in the aftermath of 9-11 and we'll hear the thoughts of musicians, their reactions, contemplations and responses to the terrorist attacks. We'll hear the thoughts of George Winston, Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart, singer Bobby McFerrin, cellist Yo-Yo Ma and more, reflecting on the events. We'll also hear new music, some of it composed exclusively for Echoes by George Winston, Jamshied Sharifi, Patrick O'Hearn and more.
"It makes music much more important. You can't hate anybody you play music with." --Mickey Hart

Thursday 09/12/02
Steve Tibbetts creates temples of the imagination on his first true solo album since THE FALL OF US ALL eight years ago. Like that CD, Steve Tibbetts cracks open the serene veneer of spirituality and plunges into a world of volcanic fire and psychological turmoil. Doesn't sound like a fun ride? It is if you love a roller-coaster. We take you on it as we sample this Echoes CD of the month.

Friday 09/13/02
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).

*denotes compilation 

ID#02-J07-00180 Monday, September 9, 2002 (Echoes Program 37Q)

First Half Hour
Kurt Riemann Aurora Aurora  
Edward Bilous Rain Soundtrack: Frontier House
David Cullen and Jill Halley Vacation Conversation Exploding Colors
Dave Stringer Brink Brink
Eberhard Weber T. On a White Horse The Following Morning  

Second Half Hour
Meg Bowles Ancestral Ground From the Dark Earth
Michael Hewitt Nagual Being in Dreaming
Axiom of Choice Ancient Sky Unfolding
Gary Stroutsos Eleggua Oru: The Natural Order
Frank van Bogaert Reunion Human  

Third Half Hour
Leni Stern Love Everyone - reprise Finally The Rain has Come
Klangwelt Nice 2 CU Weltweit  
Dagda Tuath de Dannan Hibernia
Omnimotion Sunbath Dub Omnimotion
The Mundi Ensemble Stories From the Tree As Barley Falls   

Fourth Half Hour
Madredeus Ecos Na Catedral: Sunday Best Remix Electronico
Thomas Newman Rain Hammers Road to Perdition
Ranga Mahadev Radiant Awakening
Phil Thornton Forest Pathways Dreamscapes
Rudy Adrian Digital Starstreams Concerts in New Zealand  

ID#02-J07-00181 Tuesday, September 10, 2002 (Echoes Program 37R)
First-Last/Group Name Song Name Album Name  

First Half Hour
One Nighthawks Blue Desires  
David Cullen and Jill Haley All I Know Exploding Colors
Anouar Brahem C'est Ailleurs Le Pas du Chat Noir
Milladoiro Alalas da Ulla Auga de Maio
Erik Wollo Second Meeting Images of Light  
Roger Eno and Lol Hammond Burst Damage

Second Half Hour
Margie Adam Avalon Avalon
Gavin Bryars The Old Tower of Lobenicht After the Requiem  
John Doan The Way of My Fathers Wayfarer
Kitaro Wave of Sand An Ancient Journey
Dom F. Scab Insomnia Analogical Confessions More Info

Third Half Hour
The Future Sound of London Go Tell It To the Trees Egghead The Isness
Red Shift Mantra Nalu Deep Field Image  
Steve Gorn/Tony Levin/Jerry Marotta Glass Beads From the Caves of the Iron Mountain
Bill Frisell John Hardy Was a Desperate Little Man The Willies
Michael Hewitt Sedona Being in Dreaming

Fourth Half Hour

The Future Sound of London Meadows The Isness
David Downes Casting the Stone The Rusted Wheel of Things
Epihany Project Gone Epiphany Project
The Tantric Experience Reiki Man The Buddha Experience:Zen Dreams*
Danny Heines Fly Bird Fly What Worlds They Bring

ID#02-J07-00182 Wednesday, September 11, 2002 (Echoes Program 37S)

First Half Hour
Samuel Barber Barber's Adagio for Strings Shadows and Light

Jeff Pearce Thru Tears unreleased  
Mychael Danna A Different Town The Sweet Hereafter
William Coulter  Caoineadh na Mara/Amen Celtic Requiem
David Darling Prayer and Word Cello Blue
Patrick O'hearn Tears & Remembrance unreleased  

Second Half Hour
Jamshied Sharifi Requiem unreleased  
Hans Zimmer Journey to the Line The Thin Red Line
Clannad Na Laethe Bhi Banba
Roger Eno & Kate St. John Days of Delay Familiar

Edward Bilous Final Moments Portraits of Grief (unreleased)  

Third Half Hour
Alex Cline Benediction The Constant Flame

Hilmar Orn Hilmarsson Ars Moriendi Children of Nature
Jonathan Elias Mercy The Prayer Cycle
Steve Tibbetts Black Temple A Man About A Horse

Fourth Half Hour
George Winston Remembrance Remembrance
Lisa Lynne Amazing Grace  unreleased  
Charlie Haden & Pat Metheny Spiritual Beyond the Missouri Sky
Lisa Gerrard & Peter Bourke Pilgrimage of Lost Children Duality


ID#02-J07-00183 Thursday, September 12, 2002 (Echoes Program 37T)
 First-Last/Group Name  Song Name  Album Name  

First Half Hour
Peter Maunu Out of the Red Mist Warm Sound in a Gray Field  
Steve Tibbetts Lupra A Man About a Horse
Axiom of Choice Evanescent Unfolding
Ian Ritchie Lost People Globe Trekker*
Shastro Shaman's Healing Shaman's Healing

Second Half Hour
Steve Tibbetts Glass Everywhere A Man About a Horse
Azam Ali Aj Ondas Portals of Grace
Dogon The Round Buddha Factory The Sirius Expeditions
Darvish Sunrise on the Blue Nowhere Darvish
Richard Bone In Japa Disorient

Third Half Hour
Armen Chakmakian Rain Rain Go Away Ceremonies
Steve Tibbetts Burning Temple A Man About a Horse
Craig Padilla with Skip Murphy Temporal Suspension Temporal Suspension  
Laraaji Celestial Dolphin My Orangeness  
Carl Weingarten After You've Gone Escapesilence
The Mundi Ensemble Quinque As Barley Falls  

Fourth Half Hour
Harvey Summers Storm at Oeshiki The Buddha Experience:Zen Chillout
Tina Malia Forever Shores of Avalon
Preston Reed Chatanooga Metal
Talvin Singh/Rakesh Chaurasia Meeting Vira
Steve Tibbetts Koshala A Man About a Horse

ID#02-J07-00184 Friday September 13, 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

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