Sunday, July 22, 2012

Thought Radio Playlist for July 21, 2012.

The Saturday edition of The AM/FM Show has alternating hosts. When I am
at the helm, the show is called Thought Radio and 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 on the internet. I also host Afterglow
every Thursday from 8:00 am to 9:30 am.

Show #229 July 21, 2012.

Phase I/Space:

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Loren Nerell Mentation Slow Dream (Projekt)
VA [Fonya] Guadelupe from Sequences No. 19
Sierra Diablo
VA [Titania Moon] Homicide USA Sequences No. 19
VA [Dave Thompson] Delerium Tremors Sequences No. 19
Steve Roach and Closed Low Volume Music (Projekt)
Dirk Serries

Phase II/Eclectic:

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Steven Halpern Deep Alpha 8 Hz Pt 1 Deep Alpha (none)
Deuter Wind in Bamboo Reiki Healing (New Earth)
Mike Wall Hope A Time for Healing (Open Ear)

Phase III/Progressive Rock:

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Oxygene8 * loop1 (none)
I And Thou ... And I Awaken Speak (none)

* = 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.

Bill Fox
Host of Thought Radio, the Saturday edition of The AM/FM Show every
other Saturday at 6:00 am EDT/GMT-4.
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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