Monday, March 16, 2009

Echoes features Sensitive Chaos “Emerging Transparency” for 3rd Week

Echoes, the daily two-hour music soundscape, distributed by Public Radio International and broadcast on 130 radio stations from Maine to California continues to keep Emerging Transparency title track “Emerging Transparency” in rotation, this week on Echoes Program 0911A - Monday, March 16, 2009.

This is the third week since its release in mid-February that “Emerging Transparency” has made the Echoes playlist.

Echoes Program 0911A - Monday, March 16th
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name/Amazon/CDBaby
First Half Hour
0:01:00 Al Petteway & Amy White New Moon Acoustic Journey / CDBaby
0:06:00 Craig D'Andrea I'm Not Funny Getting Used to Isolation
0:10:02 Andrew Bird You Woke Me Up! Useless Creatures
0:17:25 Jumpel Things are Different Deuxieme Bureau
0:21:35 Vangelis Good To See You The City
0:29:00 break

Second Half Hour
0:30:00 An Interview with Roger O'Donnell
0:38:26 break

0:38:41 Roger O'Donnell In Your Hands Now Songs from the Silver Box
0:44:17 Morgan Doctor This Day is Gone Other Life
0:48:48 Si-O Pillowtalk Winds of Wi-Fi
0:51:55 Songs of Water Come to the Well Songs of Water
0:55:22 Balmorhea Elegy All is Wild, All is Silent
0:59:00 break

Third Half Hour next day's playlist>>
0:01:00 The Cinematic Orchestra Breathe Ma Fleur
0:06:00 Electric Harp Guitar Group Earth From Above Electric Harp Guitar Group
0:10:17 Matthew Schoenning Kites over the Playa The Art of Live Looping
0:16:18 Sentieri Selvaggi Sub Rosa Sentieri Selvaggi plays Gavin Bryars and Philip Glass
0:24:40 The Beyman Brothers Moon Over TunisMemories of Summer as a Child / MP3
0:29:00 break

Fourth Half Hour
0:30:00 Acoustic Eidolon Stairway to Heaven River of Fire / CDBaby
0:33:57 misc. Chocolate Noir Happiness is Easy
0:38:40 Sensitive Chaos Emerging Transparency Emerging Transparency
0:45:58 Michael Askill Asia Drum Suite: Elephant Invisible Forces
0:48:27 break

0:49:07 Ray Montford Two Lives A Fragile Balance / MP3
0:52:46 Unoccupied Painting of a Forest Everyday Life
0:55:00 Roger Eno Lights in the Corner Anatomy

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