Sunday, March 07, 2010

Thought Radio Playlist for March 6, 2010.

On this program, I continued the special on Sequences electronic music
magazine. Each contemporary issue comes with a CD. However, the early
issues came with a cassette. The cassettes from issues one through
thirteen have been remastered and are now available on CDR in plastic
slip covers with artwork and track details. Details are at:

Phase I/Space:

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VA [Still Hillman] Into the Blue Sequences No. 9
VA [Waveshape] Anfang Sequences No. 9
VA [[Xylanja] Ex-Manequin Sequences No. 9
Dieter Mobius The Tracker Blotch (Nepenthe)
Ricochet Gathering Muflon Shanty Muflon Sourcerers (Syngate)

Phase II/Eclectic:

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David Wahler Quest A Star Danced (Darius)
Ian C. Bouras Realizing It's Over The Certainty of Being Found
Ian C. Bouras Thoughts On Angels The Certainty of Being Found
and Sarcasm (SDMP)
Steve Barnes Watching New Day (A. D. Music)
Michael DeMaria Sunlight The River (Ontos)

Phase III/Progressive Rock:

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VA [Jinetes Negros] Atlantis Tuonen Tytar II (Musea)
VA [The Samurai of Colossus Tuonen Tytar II (Musea)
VA [B612] Sanaton Laulu Tuonen Tytar II (Musea)
VA [Simon Says] Intro Purgatorio (Musea)
VA [Nemo] Entre Deux Rives Purgatorio (Musea)
VA [Ozone Player] Canto 3 Purgatorio (Musea)

* = excerpt
++ = Advanced CDR from artist
VA = Various Artists (compilation)

On the next show, I will continue the special on the sampler CDRs that
come with each issue of Sequences electronic music magazine.

Host of Thought Radio, the Saturday edition of The AM/FM Show every
other Saturday at 6:00 am EST/UTC-5:00.
Phase 1: Electronic, ambient, and space music.
Phase 2: Mixed bag of acoustic, electric, pop, or New Age.
Phase 3: Progressive rock from past masters to contemporary releases.
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