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Electronic Meditation

Electronic Meditation
Thursday May 8th, 2014 with Sean McFee
Maiden Voyage (no actual maidens present)

It's been 13 years but I have my very own show again. I remember 13 years ago. I was younger, more innocent, more idealistic. I knew how the world should work. I had hair. So much has changed since then. Especially with the hair. I'm going to play some tunes that you won't hear on regular radio stations. I'd love to hear from listeners about what you enjoyed, or what you hope I'll never play again. It's all in good fun.
Manmower
Motorpsycho - Blissard - Rune Grammophone
Cartoons and Macrame Wounds
Mew - No More Stories... - Columbia
Some Memorial
Echolyn - Echolyn - private
After some current bands, we dig into some older artists including the one who inspired the show name.
Gog
Peter Hammill - In Camera - Charisma
Fly and Collision of Comas Sola
Tangerine Dream - Alpha Centauri - Sequel Records
Fountain of All Tears
Thinking Plague - In This Life - Recommended
Spotlight on Egg. This British trio, of Clive Brooks, Dirk Mont Campbell, and Dave Stewart, recorded three albums of often-whimsical, classically informed jazz-rock in a style that is now known among collectors as "Canterbury". Stewart went on to play in Hatfield and the North and National Health, as well as Bill Bruford's first band.
I Will Be Absorbed
Egg - Egg - Deram
A Visit to Newport Hospital
Egg - The Polite Force - Deram
Enneagram
Egg - The Civil Surface - Virgin
Free music collective l'Infonie was founded by Walter Boudreau and featured, among others, Raoul Duguay on trumpet. They released four experimental records in the late 60s/early 70s, imaginatively titled Vol 3, Vol 33, Vol 333, and Vol 3333. The second of these, also known as "Mantra" is a free-form performance of Terry Riley's In C. It is available on CD as part of a reissue of Riley's Reed Streams on the Organ of Corti label.
Mantra
l'Infonie - Vol. 33 - Organ of Corti Canadian
Mantra (suite)
l'Infonie - Vol. 33 - Organ of Corti Canadian
Closing off the show with the incomparable Roy Harper in an unusual setting.
Time (featuring Roy Harper)
The Tea Party - Al Hambra - EMI Music Canada Canadian
Interactive CKCU
mark k
hey.. welcome back

12:05 AM, May 8th, 2014
Sean McFee (host)
Hey man... thanks :)

12:06 AM, May 8th, 2014
Professor Mike
Welcome back and aboard

12:41 AM, May 8th, 2014
Sean McFee (host)
Thank you!

1:03 AM, May 8th, 2014
Greg K
Just found out today that you're back on the air! This is great news for adventurous radio in Ottawa... Already looking forward to Episode 2.

2:36 PM, May 8th, 2014
mary
happy to hear the Egg!

3:00 PM, May 8th, 2014
Mike Prete
nice comeback show

4:49 PM, May 9th, 2014
Sean McFee (host)
Thanks guys, much appreciated.

7:34 PM, May 11th, 2014
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