Weekly Schedule (CET)

Something Like #19: Summer’s Over

10 September 2020
  • Ambient
  • Avant-Garde
  • Experimental
  • Field Recording
  • Folk
  • Atmospheric
  • Ethereal
  • Meditative
  • Melancholy

City mice of the world, do you see stars in the eyes of the country mice as you trudge through the cosmopolitan sludge (that you love)? Country mice of the world, is this when the real work begins? Either way, the end of summer is no time of escape. Or is it?



Project Pablo, Intro, Come To Canada You’ll Like it, 2018

Mary Watkins, Leaving All The Shadows Behind, Something’s Moving, 1978

Naomi Shihab Nye, Last August Hours Before the Year 2000, 2005

Green House, Soft Meadow, Six Songs for Invisible Gardens, 2020

Miss Abrams and the Strawberry Point 4th Grade Class, Running in the Green Grass, "Green Grass" / "Sweet Summertime", 1972

Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Colour of Anyhow, Beverly Glenn Copeland, 1970

Dominique Lawalree, Le Secret Blanc (First Meeting), 2017

Nobuo Uematsu, Phantasmagoria, Phantasmagoria, 1994

The Books, The Lemon of Pink I, The Lemon of Pink, 2003

Susan Cogan, Space Age Primitives, 2015

Lynn Castle, Forest, Rose Colored Corner, 2017 (originally recorded in 1966)

Isturo Shimoda , Like a Child, Love Songs & Lamentations, 1973

Jane Wong, Pastoral Power, 2016

Felicia Atkinson, Lush, The Flower and the Vessel, 2019

Shelleyann Orphan, Southern Bess/ A Field Holler, Helleborine, 1987

Neil Young, Through my Sails, Zuma, 1975

Janice Giteck, Breathing Songs from a Turning Sky, Music from Mills, 1986

Carman Moore, Love Conquers, Personal Problems, 2020

Marjorie van Halteran and Lou Giansante, Dead of Summer, the Sound of Radio, 1982

Vivaldi, L’Orage, Sophie Mutter, Herbert von Karajan, and the Vienna Philharmonic, 1990

Susana Rinaldi, Sur, A Un Semajante, 1993