Dday One – In Session no.6 “Music for Eclipse Watching”

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Greetings and welcome to another installment of Rhythm Incursions. It’s been a minute, I am glad to be back in the mix for you!

This session is a bit different from the accustomed live mixes which included mostly new and classic material. This time the music selected was inspired by a specific topic. Since I am in full studio/beatmaking mode I foresee the next few podcasts to be in this nature, as going through stacks of vinyl is once again a daily routine.

Music for Eclipse Watching – Compiled by Dday One

60 min mix of cosmic sounds, acetate artifacts and sequencer pulsed rhythms to help in the wonderful splendor that is eclipse watching.

Dates of future eclipse + Other Info – http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse.html

Peace**
Dday One

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Music for Eclipse Watching
Compiled by: Dday One

Simon Hancock – Singularly Simon (BBC RECORDS)
Suzanne Ciani – The Eight Wave
Steve Roach – Worlds
Vangelis – Freefall
Steven Halpern & Dallas Smith – New Dawn
Elektriktus – Flying At Sunset
Jade Warrior – Borne On To the Solar Wind
Wally Badarou – Mambo
Tim Blake – Lighthouse
Zanov – Moebius 301
Energy – Metamorphosis impressions
Sun Ra – Hidden Spheres
Harry Thumann – I’m Happy to be In the Sun
Gilles Zeitschiff – The Electronic Scene
Agitation Free – In the Silence of the Morning Sunrise
Shin Jung Hyun & the Men – The Evening Sun

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