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Episode #3438

Atmospheric Songs

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Thursday, March 07, 2013

Listen to atmospheric songs with unusual textures and unexpected sounds or noises woven into them on this New Sounds program.  Hear songs from Brian Eno, Antony & the Johnsons, and Eno’s friend the poet and composer Ebe Oke.  There's also something by Susanna & the Magical Orchestra from Sweden, along with music from Bjork off of the record, "Medulla."  Then hear a song by Irish singer Iarla Ó Lionáird from his record Foxlight.  Plus, something of a murder ballad from the folkster Sam Amidon, and more.

 

PROGRAM #3438, Atmospheric Songs / Night Tension (First aired on 3/7/2013)                                       

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Brian Eno

Before and After Science

Julie With, excerpt [1:00]

EG ENO-4, re-released by Astralwerks, and available on Amazon.com*

Ebe Oke

Eligo

I Ask [5:43]

soundcloud.com/ebeoke
facebook.com/pages/Ebe-Oke

Iarla Ó Lionáird

Foxlight

Stay [4:32]

Real World CDRW184
www.realworldrecords.com/iarla 

Esopus (various): Sam Amidon 

Esopus #12 - Black and White

Vance [5:41]

www.esopusmag.com

Bjork

Medulla

Desired Constellation [4:55]

Atlantic #62981
www.bjork.com

Susanna & the Magical Orchestra

Melody Mountain

Scott Walker: It’s Raining Today [4:26]

Rune Grammofon RCD2057
runegrammofon.com OR susannamagical.com

Rachel Unthank & the Winterset

The Bairns

Robert Wyatt: Sea Song [6:19]

Real World #1158
www.realworldrecords.com*

Brian Eno & Cluster

Before and After Science

By this River [3:04]

See above.

Antony and the Johnsons

I Am a bird Now

Hope There's Someone [4:21]

Secretly Canadian #105 ** www.secretlycanadian.com
Or download from Emusic.com

Donna McKevitt & Jan Noble

These Are the Words

It is Dawn [6:00]

www.mckevittandnoble.com 

Due out in April 2013

Brian Eno

Before and After Science

Julie With, excerpt [1:00]

See above.

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