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The AM/FM Show Playlist for September 6, 2008


The AM/FM Show has two alternating hosts.  When <a 
href="http://soundscapes.us/bill" target="bill">I</a> am at the helm, 
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 on
WMUH Allentown, 91.7 FM and on the <a 
target="wmuhweb">internet</a>.  I also host <a 
every Thursday from 8:00 am to 9:30 am.

                Show #136                September 6, 2008.

On this program, I continued the special on Sequences electronic music
magazine.  Each contemporary issue comes with a CD.  However, the early
isses 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:

I played the music of Mahoney and Peck who will appear at the Gatherings
in Philadelphia on September 20.  See http://thegatherings.org for

I also played music by Riverside (Poland) and Pinnacle (Lehigh Valley)
who will be in concert on September 12 at the Crossroads Theater in New
Brunswick, NJ.  See http://njproghouse.com for details.

Phase I/Space:

ARTIST               TRACK                ALBUM (label)
==================== ==================== ==============================
VA [T.U.U.]          Onr Thousand Years   Sequences No. 3
VA [Pascal Langurand]Gala Day             Sequences No. 3
VA [Andrew Pinches]  Scuba In the         Sequences No. 3
Amin Bhatia          Switch On            Virtuality (none)
Amin Bhatia          Into the '60s        Virtuality (none)
Amin Bhatia          The '70s             Virtuality (none)
Amin Bhatia          The '80s             Virtuality (none)
Amin Bhatia          The '90s             Virtuality (none)
Amin Bhatia          The New Millennium   Virtuality (none)
Amin Bhatia          Overture             The Interstellar Suite (none)
Amin Bhatia          The Ship             The Interstellar Suite (none)
Amin Bhatia          Launch               The Interstellar Suite (none)
Mark Mahoney and     Flight of the        The Gallery of Subtle Smiles
  Michael Peck         Nexxus Swan          (none)

Phase II/Eclectic:


Phase III/Progressive Rock:

ARTIST               TRACK                ALBUM (label)
==================== ==================== ==============================
Riverside            Second Life          Second Life Syndrome
                       Syndrome             (InsideOut)
Pinnacle             The Life In A Year   Meld (Everything To Excess)
Snarling Adjective   Necklace of Forever  Bluewold Bloodwalk (Unicorn)
EST                  Soldat               Direction (Unicorn)
EST                  Soldat (Finale)      Direction (Unicorn)

 * = 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 the AM/FM Show every other Saturday at 6:00 am EST (GMT-5:00).
Phase 1: Electronic, ambient, and space music to bring you back from
"Beyond the Barriers."
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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