Saturday, April 05, 2014

Thought Radio Playlist for April 5, 2014.

Thought Radio is the Saturday edition of The AM/FM Show hosted by Bill
Fox.  You can expect to hear electronic, ambient, spacemusic,
Progressive Rock, and an eclectic mix of other genres.  The show airs
from 6:00 am to 8:00 am EDT/GMT-4 on WMUH Allentown, 91.7 FM and
streaming on the internet.  Bill also hosts Afterglow every Thursday from
8:00 am to 9:30 am.

                Show #272                April 5, 2014.

In Phase 1, I continued the special on Sequences electronic music
magazine and music from the 30th Anniversay remastered "Structures from
Silence" by Steve Roach as well as music from an artist playing at the
Gatherings in April and May.  In Phase 3, I featured music by Erik
Norlander in anticipation of the new album by the Rocket Scientists and
his appearance at the NJ Proghouse with The Galactic Collective.  Also
playing will be The Yellow Box.

Phase I/Space:

ARTIST               TRACK                ALBUM (label)
==================== ==================== ==============================
Steve Roach          Beyond               Structures from Silence
Airsculpture         Attrition System     Attrition System (Neu Harmony)
VA [Rainbow Serpent] Desert Move          Sequences No. 27
Divine Matrix        Ocean Bound          Hydrosphere (A.D. Music)
The Tangent Project  Autopilot            LIVE on Star's End 12.06.09

Phase II/Eclectic:

ARTIST               TRACK                  ALBUM (label)
==================== ==================== ==============================
Peter Kater and      Meeting at Twilight  Ritual (Mysterium Music)
  R. Carlos Nakai
Lawrence Blatt       A Promise in the     Emergence (LMB Music)
Lawrence Blatt       Emergence            Emergence (LMB Music)
Tim Glemser          Atlantis Awakes      Boundless (none)
Luna                 Great Gig in the Sky Luna (Domo)

Phase III/Progressive Rock:

ARTIST               TRACK                ALBUM (label)
==================== ==================== ==============================
California Guitar    Cathedral Peak       Andromeda (Inner Knot)
Lana Lane            Hold Your Head Up    Covers Collection (Avalon)
Erik Norlander       Tour of the Sprawl   Music Machine (Avalon)
Erik Norlander       Andromeda            Music Machine (Avalon)
Erik Norlander       Letter from Space    Music Machine (Avalon)
Dewa Budjana         Duaji and Guruji     Surya Namaskar (Moonjune)
Alan Morse           Cold Fusion *        Four O'clock and Hysteria

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

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

Bill Fox
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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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