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  • richardmitnick 7:36 AM on August 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1121 : ‘DESERT REFLECTIONS'” 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

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    From Hearts of Space

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    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    After two centuries of novels and a century of films, the endless desert spaces of the American Southwest have taken on a mythic identity. The desert has become a metaphor for expansion, infinite opportunity, and the wild frontier — the scene of rough justice and adventure, and a place for self-discovery and reinvention.

    For Ambient musicians, the desert has long been a prime source of inspiration, a visual and spatial touchstone, a realm of vast vistas and profound silences. On this transmission of Hearts of Space, another journey in the sun-dried spaces of the American Southwest, on a program called DESERT REFLECTIONS.

    STEVE ROACH
    The Breathing Stone 05:23 >
    : WESTERN SPACES ; Fortuna 17051-2; 1990
    : Info: http://www.harmonies.com

    STEVE ROACH
    The Desert Eternal 19:22 >
    : LIVE IN TUCSON — PINNACLE MOMENTS ; Timeroom Editions TM37; 2016
    : Info: http://www.steveroach.com

    DAN POUND
    Moon Cast 28:04 >
    : SHADOWS OF THE HEART ; Pound Sounds PS18; 2016
    : Info: http://www.danpound.com

    D LOOP
    Planet to Planet 36:04 >
    : MYSTERY’S RIVER ; Third Ear 100-101; 2004
    : Info: http://www.dwightloop.com

    BRIAN PARNHAM
    Solace in Solitude 43:47 >
    : THE BROKEN SILENCE ; Floating Point FPR1001; 2010
    : Info: http://www.brianparnham.com

    STEVE ROACH
    Shadow of Time 54:33 >
    : SHADOW OF TIME ; Projekt PRO334; 2016
    : Info: http://www.projekt.com

    RUDY ADRIAN
    Of Clouds and Mountains 58:59 >
    : DESERT REALMS ; Lotuspike LSM 11; 2008
    : Info: http://www.spottedpeccary.com

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    Mountain Mikey
    Mono Lake 57

    2
    Jorge Enrique Moran
    Mono Lake & Milky Way

    3
    Jon Feider
    Mono Lake View #2
    The view of Mono Lake, CA from US 395 just north of the lake.

    3
    Florent Ferrasse
    Mono Lake, july 2014

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  • richardmitnick 6:01 AM on August 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1190 : “IN A SPANISH MOOD” 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

    The dark harmonies of Spanish fusion and Flamenco

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    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    Only a few places can claim a native music with worldwide popularity, but the province of Andalusia in southern Spain is one. With roots going back to medieval times, in the late 18th century a rare fusion of Moorish, Christian, Sephardic Jewish and Gypsy cultures gave birth to the fiery rhythms and dark harmonies of flamenco. This is the culture that gave us the Spanish guitar — a descendant of the Arabic lute called the oud. For sheer cultural impact, it’s a record that’s hard to beat.

    On this transmission of Hearts of Space…contemporary Spanish fusions and the soulful music of Andalusia, on a program called IN A SPANISH MOOD.

    B-TRIBE
    Mi Alma Espanol 04:05 >
    : B-TRIBE 5 ; Higher Octave 7087 6 17994 2 2; 2003
    : Info: http://www.higheroctave.com

    JOHANNES LINSTEAD
    Surrender to Me 08:47 >
    : AZUL ; Earthscape Media ESM 1017; 2017
    : Info: http://www.johanneslinstead.com

    BOB ZOPP
    No More 12:15 >
    : A LITTLE PASSION ; Bob Zopp Music 2008
    : Info: http://www.bobzopp.com

    B-TRIBE
    La Guitarra 16:29 >
    Matador de Sa Pena 22:06 >
    : SPIRITUAL, SPIRITUAL ; Higher Octave HOMCD 10920; 2001
    : Info: http://www.higheroctave.com

    JEFF DWARSHUIS
    Introduction to ‘Variations on a Theme of Mozart, Op.9’ 23:41 >
    24 Exercices Tres Faciles: Etude (Op.35 No.22) 26:13 >
    : THE GUITAR WORKS OF FERNANDO SOR ; Jeff Dwarshuis Music 2014
    : Info: http://www.jeffdwarshuismusic.com

    GINO D’AURI
    Camino del Darro 31:08 >
    : FLAMENCO PASSION and SOUL ; World Class 11302-2; 1997
    : Info: http://www.valley-entertainment.com/labels/hearts-of-space.html

    AL-ANDALUS ENSEMBLE
    Afgano 37:53 >
    : 21 STRINGS ; Al-Andalus ALA CD 196; 2009
    : Info: http://www.andalus.com

    ADAM HURST
    Entrance 40:50 >
    The Beyond 44:23 >
    Invocation 48:18 >
    : DWELLING ; Ash 0207; 2007
    : Info: http://www.worldcello.com

    ANDRE FERIANTE
    Rumores de la Caleta (Albeniz) 50:01 >
    : FUEGO DE LUNA ; Lumar Recordings 2002
    : Info: http://www.andreferiante.com

    MILOS KARADAGLIC
    Granada (No.1 from ‘Suite Espanola’) 54:33 >
    : MEDITERRANEO ; Deutsche Gramophon B0015579-02; 2011
    : Info: http://www.deutschegrammophon.com

    BENEDETTI AND SVOBODA
    Peace Within 58:59 >
    : ECHOES OF SPAIN ; Domo 73006-2; 2002
    : Info: http://www.domomusicgroup.com

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    Alexandre Claudino
    Flamenco

    2
    Jose Antonio Braza
    flamenco-flamenco-21

    3
    Paco de Lucía at Málaga en Flamenco Festival in Málaga, September 2007.
    https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Guitar/Flamenco

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  • richardmitnick 11:54 AM on August 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1086 : “SUMMERFLIGHT” 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

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    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    One of the most successful innovations of the early days of popular electronic music was the “sequencer” — an easy way to make repeating electronic patterns. Beginning in the 1940s as a crude electro-mechanical device, it was refined in the 1960s by DON BUCHLA as part of his modular analog synthesizer. The sequencer was so musically useful that it was quickly adopted by ROBERT MOOG and soon became a standard feature of analog synthesizers.

    Moog’s legendary instruments were snapped up in the 1970s by cutting edge European musicians. In Berlin the artist behind this music, a young drummer named KLAUS SCHULZE, was a founding member of several early electronic bands before going solo.

    The rest is electronic music history. The hypnotic rhythms that Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream and others created with their sequencers were so influential/ that the “Berlin School” style lives on today and enjoys periodic revivals. It’s addictive, enjoyable music: for some, a descendant of Baroque counterpoint; for others, an infinite playground of music for virtual flight across electronic soundscapes; and for listeners, an appealing rhythmic music…without drums.

    On this transmission of Hearts of Space…flying and floating on electronic rhythms, on a program called SUMMERFLIGHT.
    KLAUS SCHULZE
    Sequenzer (From 70 to 07) 07:34 >
    : KONTINUUM ; Synthetic Symphony SPV 49392 CD; 2007
    : Info: http://www.klaus-schulze.com

    ASCENDANT
    Expansion 15:32 >
    : AETHEREAL CODE ; Synphaera SYN01; 2015
    : Info: http://www.synphaera.bandcamp.com

    DITHMAR
    Inside Eiszeit (short mix) 19:49 >
    : E=MC2 ; MellowJet cdr-mj0902; 2009
    : Info: http://www.mellowjet.de

    CHRONOTOPE PROJECT
    Canticle for the Stars 27:01 >
    The Scent of Evening Flowers 34:04 >
    : DAWN TREADER ; Spotted Peccary SPM-2803; 2015
    : Info: http://www.spottedpeccary.com

    NATURAL FREQUENCIES (ANDREAS LEIFELD)
    Timeless 40:14 >
    : TRANQUILITY IN MOTION ; Ozella Lounge OZL 22008 CD; 2007
    : Info: http://www.ozellamusic.com

    PETE NAMLOOK & DR. ATMO
    Garden of Dreams 47:32 >
    : SILENCE ; Ambient World 019; 1993/
    : Info: http://www.hyperreal.org/music/labels/fax

    ISHQ
    Summer Light 54:29 >
    : SUMMER LIGHT ; Ishq.org Ishq011; 2015
    : Info: http://www.ishq.org

    ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT
    Reflective Synapse 58:59 >
    : THE EDGE OF INFINITY ; Cue 1125; 1997

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    KLAUS SCHULZE in concert with singer LISA GERRARD in 2009.
    by Julie Haelemeersch

    2
    Klaus+Schulze+PNG (2)
    by Bibviry

    3
    KLAUS SCHULZE in concert with singer LISA GERRARD in 2009.
    by Julie Haelemeersch

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  • richardmitnick 3:51 PM on July 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1189 : ‘DEEP DUB’ “ 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

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    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    The history of Jamaican Dub music is rich and fascinating. Dub grew out of reggae in the 1960s, and evolved well beyond its popular parent. It was a studio craft where producers created instrumental remixes of reggae tracks by removing the vocals, adding echo, reverb and delay, and dubbing in new ambient sounds. Essentially, dub was an early form of popular electronic music.

    If you think all this had something to do with cannabis, you’d be understating the case. In a 1982 essay, LUKE EHRLICH said: “With dub, Jamaican music spaced out completely. If reggae is Africa in the New World, then dub must be Africa on the moon; it’s the psychedelic music I expected to hear in the 1960s…and didn’t. The bass and drums conjure up a dark, vast musical portrait of outer space, with sounds suspended like glowing planets or the fragments of instruments careening by, leaving trails like comets and meteors.”

    Dub was a natural link to later electronic genres like techno, ambient, trip hop and electronic dance music. On this transmission of Hearts of Space, the trancey beats of Jamaican Dub and its electronic descendants, on a program from guest producer DAVID J. EGAN called DEEP DUB.

    JAH WOBBLE & MARCONI UNION
    Anomic 06:02 >
    : ANOMIC ; 30 Hertz Records 30HZCD37; 2013
    : Info: http://www.jahwobble.com; http://www.marconiunion.com

    ORKUS
    Airport 09:11 >
    : ALHEIMINIRIUM ; Cold Fiction Music CFM061; 2014
    : Info: http://www.cfmlabel.com

    FINGERS IN THE NOISE
    Gray Colors 16:00 >
    : 3 X 11 ; FITN Personal Records FPR#002; 2011
    : Info: http://www.fingersinthenoise.bandcamp.com

    ECHO GRID
    Asgard 22:51 >
    : TRANSMISSIONS ; Echo Grid 2013
    : Info: http://www.echogrid.bandcamp.com

    PURL & DEFLEKTION
    Inside The Tree 27:38 >
    : REFLECTIONS (DUB) [compilation] ; Dewtone Recordings DTR048; 2015
    : Info: http://www.dewtonerecordings.com

    PURL
    Havets Sang 34:51 >
    : STILLPOINT ; Silent Season SSCD17; 2015
    : Info: http://www.silentseason.com

    LOSCIL
    Coyote 39:51 >
    : SKETCHES FROM NEW BRIGHTON ; Kranky KRANK171; 2012
    : Info: http://www.kranky.net

    LOSCIL
    Angle of List 46:36 >
    Holding Pattern 52:47 >
    : SEA ISLAND ; Kranky KRANK191; 2014
    : Info: http://www.kranky.net

    MOTIONFIELD
    Nightwalk 58:59 >
    : OPTICAL FLOW ; Somnia 006; 2008
    : Info: http://www.somniasound.com

    PRODUCED BY : David J. Egan, with additional production by Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    Justin Firefly
    Miss T’s
    Stop one included great food, great scenery and a delicious fruit cocktail at Miss T’s.

    2
    @Dee_Fiora
    Lee Perry

    3
    HOLIC / HOLIC TRAX
    Mad Professor@Big Chill 2010

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  • richardmitnick 6:37 AM on July 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ambient and Classic, Hearts of Space,   

    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1188 : ‘SUMMERTONES 3’ “ 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

    i1
    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    Believe it or not, the combination of ambient nature sounds and electronic music was actually an innovation in the 1970s. And you may be surprised that the idea had a history in European classical music, especially in England and France.

    In England, it was the so-called “pastoral” composers like ARNOLD BAX and RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, who created orchestral images of nature. In France, it was the Impressionists, from CLAUDE DEBUSSY to OLIVIER MESSIAEN. They didn’t have recordings, so they created new instruments and playing techniques to imitate natural sounds like wind and birdsongs.

    By the mid-20th century, we could record the sounds of nature, edit them and play them back at will. In the 1950s, avant-garde composers like JOHN CAGE were promoting an awareness of ambient sound as equal to music. Music…was how you listened. Incorporating nature sounds into music was the next step; beside, film soundtracks had been doing it for years.

    The psychology is foundational: humans evolved listening to natural sounds, and they send a message we respond to instinctively. For example: birdsong on a gentle summer morning is delightful and calming; blend in some subtle synthesizers, season with gourmet reverberation and you have what two young Canadians named MYCHAEL DANNA and TIM CLEMENT called “environmental electronic music.”

    It’s an idea that was embraced by New Age musicians and in time became a bit of a cliche. But it led to an electronic genre of extended tone-color journeys in virtual space, which is still alive and well. On this transmission of Hearts of Space…the fluid, airy sound of summer spacemusic, on a program called SUMMERTONES 3.

    MYCHAEL DANNA & TIM CLEMENT
    Summerland (Hours in the Garden) 06:05 >
    : SUMMERLAND ; Chacra Alternative CHACD 030; 1985
    : Info: http://www.chacramusic.com

    MEG BOWLES
    Hymnus 11:41 >
    The Ridgewalker 19:57 >
    : EVENSONG: CANTICLES FOR THE EARTH ; Kumatone KU-0395; 2018
    : Info: http://www.megbowlesmusic.com

    CHRONOTOPE PROJECT
    The Water of Life 29:28 >
    : PASSAGES ; Spotted Peccary SPM-2804; 2016
    : Info: http://www.spottedpeccary.com

    MEG BOWLES
    Evensong 40:14 >
    : EVENSONG: CANTICLES FOR THE EARTH ; Kumatone KU-0395; 2018
    : Info: http://www.megbowlesmusic.com

    ALTUS
    Sun-Dappled 45:53 >
    : KOMOREBI ; Altus Music 2015
    : Info: http://www.altusmusic.ca

    STELLIA
    Saraha 53:11 >
    : SEVEN CYCLES ; Media Dogs 004CD; 2016
    : Info: http://www.mediadogs.com

    MEG BOWLES
    Berceuse for a Star Child 58:59 >
    : EVENSONG: CANTICLES FOR THE EARTH ; Kumatone KU-0395; 2018
    : Info: http://www.megbowlesmusic.com

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    ♣Cleide@.♣
    ♣ summer ♣

    2
    Expedito Julio Alves Belém Junior
    sun_light

    3
    Softology
    20141207_090601

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    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


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  • richardmitnick 7:45 AM on July 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Hearts of Space, Intensely moving music of North Africa and the Middle East,   

    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1187 : ‘DESERT SOUL 2’ “ 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

    i1
    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    Over the last 35 years we’ve broadcast some 31 programs inspired by the evocative, intensely moving music of North Africa and the Middle East. And almost every time, I’ve added a disclaimer that these programs have nothing to do with the contentious politics of the region. After all, these are some of the oldest cultures on earth, with complex, artistically evolved musical traditions. But in one sense, politics has made a difference. The political ferment has led to a diaspora of hundreds of the region’s best musicians, who now live and work in France, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Canada, and the U.S.

    From the relative safety and stability of western cities, nostalgia for their homelands has produced what poet HAKIM BEY memorably called “romantic transcultural exile music of the Middle East.” These creative fusions of Arabic, North African, Persian and electronic music stand as living examples of cultural tolerance and communication.

    I’m Stephen Hill and on this transmission of Hearts of Space, we return to the superheated spaces of the Middle East and North Africa, on a program called DESERT SOUL 2.

    MICHEL BANABILA & MEHMET POLAT
    Jabal Haraz 04:15 >
    : NEW LAND ; Tapu 0011TR17; 2017
    : Info: http://www.banabila.com

    RYO UTASATO
    Desert Maiden 07:45 >
    : FROZEN FLOWER ; Liquid Tree 2014
    : Info: http://www.liquid-tree.com

    YUVAL RON ENSEMBLE
    Fogel Nakhal 11:22 >
    : UNDER THE OLIVE TREE ; Yuval Ron Music YRM 110; 2003
    : Info: http://www.yuvalronmusic.com

    MAHSA VAHDAT
    Sleepless Eyes 17:28 >
    : TRACES OF AN OLD VINEYARD ; Kirkelig Kulturverksted FXCD 409; 2015
    : Info: http://www.kkv.no

    MICHEL BANABILA & MEHMET POLAT
    In Search for a Quiet Place 21:51 >
    In a Dark Time 24:57 >
    : NEW LAND ; Tapu 0011TR17; 2017
    : Info: http://www.banabila.com

    PETE NAMLOOK
    Gel gor beni ask n eyledi 28:34 >
    : SULTAN ; Ambient World AW 016; 1996/
    : Info: http://www.hyperreal.org/music/labels/fax

    ALEX KHASKIN
    Solitude 30:54 >
    Partition 33:10 >
    Desert 35:25 >
    Losing Religion 38:53 >
    : DESERT SUNRISE: MUSIC OF THE MIDDLE EAST ; Alex Khaskin Music 2016
    : Info: http://www.alexkhaskin.com

    DHAFER YOUSSEF
    Diaphanes 44:36 >
    : DIGITAL PROPHECY ; Justin Time JENJ 3307-2; 2003
    : Info: http://www.justin-time.com

    YUVAL RON ENSEMBLE
    Kol Nidrey 46:44 >
    : UNDER THE OLIVE TREE ; Yuval Ron Music YRM 110; 2003
    : Info: http://www.yuvalronmusic.com

    ANOUAR BRAHEM
    Blue Maqams 49:38 >
    : BLUE MAQAMS ; ECM 2580 B0027340-02; 2017
    : Info: http://www.ecmrecords.com

    MERCAN DEDE
    Moya Alitu 53:42 >
    : BREATH ; White Swan WS 0078; 2007
    : Info: http://www.whiteswanrecords.com

    OMAR FARUK TEKBILEK
    Moment of Doubt 58:59 >
    : WHIRLING ; Celestial Harmonies 13086-2; 1994
    : Info: http://www.harmonies.com

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:

    2
    avivolunteerphotos
    Sossusvlei Ripples – Namib Desert
    Photographer: Ray Faggotter
    The Namib Desert is an iconic part of Namibia where I lived and worked for the term of my life as an AVI volunteer.
    The beauty of this desert, which has the tallest sand dunes in the world, is particularly wonderful in the early morning or late afternoon when the wind blown sand ripples are sculpted by the sunlight. An excursion into the desert was a soul restoring experience after a hard semester of work. The location was in extreme contrast with Katima Mulilo nearby the Zambezi River where I worked.

    3
    jc50d
    Morocco

    4
    Clay Oven
    Desert Soul
    Picture taken in Merzouga, Morocco

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    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
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  • richardmitnick 7:44 AM on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 978 : ‘FLOATING WAVES'” 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

    i1
    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us [20-Apr-2012]:
    Of all the psycho-physical sensations produced by ambient music, perhaps the most widely enjoyed is the feeling of weightless floating. Of course, there are other ways to achieve this sought-after state: scuba diving, for example, is an exercise in “neutral buoyancy,” where the diver floats suspended in the water column, weightless and serene. And scientist JOHN LILLY and others famously promoted “floatation tanks” filled with body-temperature water for floating psychonauts.

    At the extreme sports end of the weightlessness experience, we have roller coasters, tethered drops like bungee jumping, high pressure air columns, and diving planes with padded interiors.

    But let’s face it spacefans, music is safer and more accessible than all the others. On this transmission of Hearts of Space, we take a weightless journey in the ambient soundscape called FLOATING WAVES.

    THOUGHT GUILD
    Celestial Glossolalia 08:26 >
    : THIRD VOYAGE ; Harmonic Resonance Recordings HRR2012; 2012
    : Info: http://www.hrresonance.bandcamp.com

    CARL SAGAN’S GHOST
    Part 3 13:49 >
    : ESPECIALLY FOR THEM ; BFW Recordings BFW052; 2010
    : Info: http://www.bfwrecordings.com

    JONN SERRIE
    Breath of the Valley 20:54 >
    Sea Mist 34:35 >
    : SUNDAY MORNING PEACE ; Valley Entertainment 2-VLT-15234; 2011
    : Info: http://www.valley-entertainment.com

    COYOTE OLDMAN
    Lapis Door 38:58 >
    Wilderness Within 43:11 >
    : TIME TRAVELERS ; Coyote Oldman Music CO-13; 2011
    : Info: http://www.coyoteoldman.com

    STU JENKS
    Prayer for the Hopi Clowns 54:23 >
    : DEATHS AND INJURIES ; Fezziwig 2011
    : Info: http://www.stujenks.org

    CONSTANCE DEMBY
    Ambrosial Waves – Healing Waters 58:59 >
    : AMBROSIAL WAVES – HEALING WATERS ; Sound Currents SC-AW; 2011
    : Info: http://www.constancedemby.com

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    Barbara Dilling
    Waterlilies

    2
    Pobermarck
    FLOATING, July 2011

    3
    Eva Psarrou
    Bliss of solitude

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  • richardmitnick 7:16 AM on June 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Hearts of Space, PGM 1186 : 'TRIBAL AMBIENT'   

    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1186 : ‘TRIBAL AMBIENT’ “ 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

    i1
    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    It’s not all that often that a new strain of popular electronic music arrives in the culture fully formed, but it happened in 1988/ in the wake of STEVE ROACH’s ground-breaking album DREAMTIME RETURN. Like Stravinsky 75 years earlier with The Rite of Spring, Roach realized that electronic music needed a dose of primitive energy and physicality — and he found it in the trance-inducing music of the aboriginal tribes of Australia.

    The new genre was called “Techno-Tribal” and it combined electronic atmospheres with primitive rattles, drums, rocks, and the Aboriginal didgeridoo. If our current political tribalism is an index of popularity, tribal music should be all the rage. But most electronic artists are urban, and have been influenced by Electronic Dance Music.

    On this transmission of Hearts of Space, electronic atmospheres meet trance percussion, on a program called TRIBAL AMBIENT.

    STEVE ROACH
    A Circular Ceremony 04:41 >
    : DREAMTIME RETURN Disk 1 ; Projekt PRO175; 1988-
    : Info: http://www.projekt.com

    BYRON METCALF & JENNIFER GRAIS
    Opening to Freedom 11:13 >
    : THEY WERE HERE ; Dr.BAM’s Music DBM009; 2018
    : Info: http://www.byronmetcalf.com

    INLAKESH
    Eat Flowers…Breathe Light 18:05 >
    : THE GATHERING ; Inlakesh Music INL004; 1999
    : Info: http://www.inlakesh.com

    FRORE & SHANE MORRIS
    Calling Down the Sun 22:50 >
    Feather and Claw 33:21 >
    Stone Arch 39:32 >
    : ECLIPSE ; Spotted Peccary SPM-9085; 2017
    : Info: http://www.spottedpeccary.com

    JOHN VORUS
    Unraveling Vortices 44:31 >
    : FOOT OF THE CROW ; Ambient Distillery 2017
    : Info: http://www.johnvorus.bandcamp.com

    D LOOP
    Planet to Planet 53:33 >
    : MYSTERY’S RIVER ; Third Ear 100-101; 2004
    : Info: http://www.dwightloop.com

    KEVIN BRAHENY
    Desert Walkabout 58:59 >
    : WESTERN SPACES ; Fortuna 17051-2; 1990
    : Info: http://www.harmonies.com

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    Nikolai Vakhroushev
    Aborigine
    Aborigine from Sydney’s Circular Quay in November 2016

    2
    Sharlena Wood
    Tribe Family

    3
    Jesse Heading
    Tribal Fashion X
    Model: Renata De Oliveira
    MUA: Xanthe Hodge
    Sylist: Giovanni Amenta

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  • richardmitnick 7:30 AM on June 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Electronic meditations on space and motion, Hearts of Space, PGM 1185 : 'COSMIC TRAVELER 2'   

    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1185 : ‘COSMIC TRAVELER 2’ “ 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

    i1
    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    Since the earliest days of popular electronic music, artists have created sonic images of cosmic space. Where traditional instruments failed, synthesizers seemed right at home in the endless vacuum of the interstellar void. Exploring this vast environment led to a kind of traveling music of slowly changing rhythmic loops — originally made on hardware “sequencers,” later on dedicated “loopers,” and now with software. Invented in Berlin in the 1970s by German artists like KLAUS SCHULZE and TANGERINE DREAM, the “Berlin school” style was widely influential and still has descendants today.

    Extending the metaphor of cosmic travel, once you arrived at your destination, it was time to power down the propulsive rhythms and experience the awesome cosmic panorama. This led to a slower, quieter, beatless electronic music for floating in space — static and contemplative, the progenitor of Chill.

    On this transmission of Hearts of Space, electronic meditations on space and motion, on a program called COSMIC TRAVELER 2.

    STEVE ROACH
    Molecules of Motion 03:35 >
    : MOLECULES OF MOTION ; Projekt PRO353; 2018
    : Info: http://www.projekt.com

    STEVE ROACH
    Unseen Hand 08:51 >
    : SPIRAL REVELATION ; Projekt PRO336; 2017
    : Info: http://www.projekt.com

    BROEKHUIS, KELLER AND SCHONWALDER
    Walking Under the Moon (featuring Raughi Ebert & Thomas Kagermann) 16:52 >
    : REPELEN REVISITED ; Manikin MRCD 7107; 2018
    : Info: http://www.manikin.de

    BROEKHUIS, KELLER AND SCHONWALDER
    Yellow Sun 22:57 >
    : YELLOW ; Manikin MRCD 7106; 2017
    : Info: http://www.manikin.de

    MICHAEL BRUCKNER
    Muzikhala – Part 1 (The Aeronaut) 31:42 >
    : MUZIKHALA ; Michael Bruckner 2016
    : Info: http://www.michaelbrueckner.bandcamp.com

    JACK HERTZ
    Another Time 42:12 >
    : TIME ; Free Floating Music FFM-008; 2012
    : Info: http://www.freefloatingmusic.com

    RICHARD BONE
    Gautham 46:07 >
    : NIBIRU: DRONES FROM THE 12TH PLANET ; Quirkworks QRK152; 2018
    : Info: http://www.richardbone.com

    CHRISTOPHER WILLITS & RYUICHI SAKAMOTO
    I Don’t Want to Understand 53:19 >
    : ANCIENT FUTURE ; Ghostly International GI-159, SMM-XVI; 2012
    : Info: http://www.ghostly.com/artists/willits-sakamoto

    SVERRE KNUT JOHANSEN
    Great View 58:59 >
    : EARTH FROM ABOVE ; Spotted Peccary SPM-3001; 2016
    : Info: http://www.spottedpeccary.com

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    adityaraj65258
    #cosmos

    2
    Terry Hancock
    From Orion To Grand Mesa (panorama of Barnard’s Loop to The Horsehead)

    3
    Terry Hancock
    The Pillars Of Creation & Eagle Nebula

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  • richardmitnick 2:02 PM on June 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Hearts of Space, PGM 1184 : 'BEYOND THE RAGASPHERE'   

    From Hearts of Space: “PGM 1184 : ‘BEYOND THE RAGASPHERE'” 

    Music From the Hearts of Space

    From Hearts of Space

    i1
    Stephen Hill

    About this program from Hearts of Space Stephen Hill tells us:
    Slow and gentle, the harmonic drone and the ancient bansuri flute invite us to another journey in the contemplative music of India. Half a world and centuries away from European practice, Indian classical music developed in its own unique way. It focused on melody and rhythm rather than harmony, evolved a sophisticated framework for improvisation in live performance called raga, and a set of rhythm rules called tala.

    The goal of raga is to create mood, atmosphere and feeling for the listener. And though Indian music once sounded impossibly strange and exotic to European ears, as a result of the tireless touring of Indian virtuosi like RAVI SHANKAR and ALI AKBAR KHAN, it was embraced in the 20th century by Western avant garde and experimental musicians, and later by others exploring the new frontiers of electronic music. Building on the sounds, instruments and strategies of Indian raga, they created new hybrids of Eastern and Western music which are still being explored today.

    On this transmission of Hearts of Space, a journey in the creative world of Indian fusion, on a program called BEYOND THE RAGASPHERE.

    OHN WUBBENHORST & KEN ANOFF
    Bhupali Alap 03:37 >
    : TRUE WATER ; Facing East Productions FE1006; 2006
    : Info: http://www.brightworldarts.org/facing-east

    AL GROMER KHAN
    God Perfume X 07:39 >
    Toledo 10:24 >
    : THE GOD PERFUME ; Khan Art/Zustand 844622; 2017
    : Info: http://www.khanart.de

    ALAM KHAN
    Kaushi Kanra Alap 16:28 >
    : IMMERSION ; AMMP CD201814; 2018
    : Info: http://www.aacm.org

    MARK DEUTSCH
    Antique Slippers: 6th Movement 20:12 >
    Antique Slippers: 8th Movement 23:53 >
    Antique Slippers: 1st Movement 31:08 >
    : QUESTIONS OF PRESCIENCE ; Bazantar Productions 2017
    : Info: http://www.bazantar.com

    HANS CHRISTIAN
    Sunanda 38:22 >
    : NANDA DEVI ; New Earth NE 3147; 2015
    : Info: http://www.newearthrecords.com

    CRAIG PRUESS & ANURADHA PAUDWAL
    Shakti Prayer 46:36 >
    : SACRED CHANTS OF SHAKTI ; Heaven On Earth Music HOEM-28; 2012
    : Info: http://www.heaven-on-earth-music.co.uk

    ALIO DIE
    A Place Beyond 53:15 >
    : SITAR MEDITATIONS ; Hic Sunt Leones HSL 079; 2014
    : Info: http://www.aliodie.com

    AL GROMER KHAN
    Chaikhana 58:59 >
    : THE GOD PERFUME ; Khan Art/Zustand 844622; 2017
    : Info: http://www.khanart.de

    PRODUCED BY : Steve Davis and Stephen Hill

    From the program:
    1
    Manfred Sommer
    India – Bihar – Bodhgaya – Bhutanese Monastery – 159

    2
    Dr. Space
    john Wubbenhorst
    American bansuri flutist

    3
    Dr. Space
    Al Gromer Khan.01

    4
    Dr. Space
    Alam Khan.02
    German contemplative East Indian/electronic musician

    5
    Dr. Space
    Mark Deutsch & the Bazantar.01
    Deutsch created this extension of the acoustic six string double bass, adding 4 drone strings and 29 sympathetic resonating strings. The additional strings are contained in a separate metal structure under the fretboard and bridge of the bass, ingeniously isolating the tension of those strings from the rest of the instrument.

    6
    George Harrison and Ravi Shankar play sitar outdoors.

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