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  Echoes (Pink Floyd song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the second half of the "Echoes" interlude, the screams die down to become background noises under the sound of rooks, which were added to the music from a tape archive recording (as had been done for some of the band's earlier songs, including "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun").
The song, then entitled "The Return of the Son of Nothing", was first performed in public on April 22, 1971 with the unrevised 'planetary' lyrics.
The last time the song would be played by all four members of Pink Floyd was at the concert in Knebworth closing their 1975 world tour.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Echoes_(1971_song)   (2131 words)

 scenepointblank: The Rapture - Echoes
Echoes opens with a new version of "Olio" backed by house drum machines and synth and "House of Jealous Lovers" which has already seen a fair deal of mainstream airplay is another refurbished track, appears on Echoes this time with a more club-worthy house feel than its original version (On the Insound Tour Support).
In a sense Echoes is one of the most complete albums that has been released this year because of the diversity in song format, yet cohesiveness in the overall package.
The rest of the songs have their moments of catchy, rhythmic disco-rock (which is why I can understand why other people like them), but there's nothing to make me really want to listen to this album repeatedly.
www.scenepointblank.com /reviews/87   (1009 words)

 Floydian Slip(tm) : The Pink Floyd Experience > Albums > Pink Floyd > Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
First and foremost, this 26-track collection marks the first major release of "When the Tigers Broke Free." The song was included in the 1982 film "Pink Floyd The Wall," though it wasn't part of the 1979 album.
(The song's first appearance on CD was 1990's "The Wall Berlin '90," a six-song promotional-only release from Waters.
During a BBC2 interview shortly before the release of "Echoes," Gilmour suggested the compilation "probably" signals the end of the band.
www.floydianslip.com /discs/echoes.htm   (576 words)

 Echoes (Pink Floyd) Easter Egg : Echoes/ 2001 Final Scene Sync
The first "ding" in the song should correspond with the first image on the screen i believe, is the monolith.
The song "Echoes" that was originally released on the MEDDLE album is 23 minutes long: This is what 2001 matches up with.
The song had some of its middle parts removed, such as the duration of the crows cawing, the build-up to the second drum beats before the song begins, and some general Floyd freak-out sessions.
www.eeggs.com /items/30914.html   (842 words)

 Echoes of the Trail     Ft. Scott, Kansas       Cowboy Poetry at the ...
Founded in 1997, the annual Echoes of the Trail Cowboy Gathering and Celebration of the West in Fort Scott, Kansas, is a favorite with performers and audiences alike.
This is the second year that the Echoes of the Trail Cowboy Gathering and Celebration of the West is offering chances on a hand-made ranch roper saddle for $5 donation per ticket.
The Echoes of the Trail '98 CD that was recorded on June 19, 1998 at Fort Scott, Kansas, is a great showcase of musicians, storytellers, and poets.
www.cowboypoetry.com /echoes.htm   (3318 words)

 Honor Band Concert Program   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
John Phillip Sousa had collaborated with Edward M. Taber on a song intended to give support to the presidential campaign of James Gillespie Blane who was known as the "plumed knight." Blaine was the republican candidate and lost to Grover Cleveland in the election.
Songs in this genre are melodic and heartfelt, and frequently have moving parts in the alto and tenor lines at the cadences: this composition for band has these features.
Not only does it describe the music which echoes through the legacy of East Texas, but it also can be read as a short declarative sentence: the "good news" in the Bible echoes, or resonates, in the lives of the musicians playing the piece.
www.bandusa.com /Local_Events/Carlisle/Concert_Program.Html   (581 words)

 Echoes by Pink Floyd Songfacts
I think the meaning of the song is as follows: It's the story of someone who has plunged into a deep depression, and spends his/her existence wandering a metaphorical labyrinth in a coral cave underwater, listening to echoes of normal life, which prompts him or her to start climbing toward the light.
And it still is. One thing is, I firstly got "Echoes part 1 and 2" from "Live at Pompei" album, or whatever it is, and it is MUCH BETTER than "Echoes" from "Meddle".
The other songs on this album don't rate....however their better stuff after this effort is a result of every thing they tried.
www.songfacts.com /detail.php?id=1214   (3001 words)

 10 Artists for 10 Years of Echoes
As Echoes celebrates its tenth year on the air, we thought we would take a look back at the musicians and groups that shaped the sound you hear on the show.
Michael wrote beautiful songs to go along with his formidable technique, as heard on albums like "Taproot" and "Oracle." A mystic and a musician with a joker in his pocket, we lost Michael Hedges in 1997 to a car accident.
He came to renown in the 1970s with spacescapes like "Albedo 0.39" and reached international acclaim in the early 1980s with his Academy Award Winning Score to "Chariots of Fire." In the 1990s, Vangelis released several powerful albums, including "The City," "Oceanic" and "Voices," and much of his earlier music was re-issued.
www.echoes.org /10artists.html   (968 words)

 The Echoes
The Echoes were a product of the great New York borough of Brooklyn.
Powers didn't think the song was right for him and he passed it along to Duffy.
The song first broke in Cleveland and was a huge hit going all the way to #12 in Billboard and #9 in Cashbox.
www.destinationdoowop.com /echoes.htm   (929 words)

 lyrics Pink floyd Echoes, Echoes guitar tabs Pink floyd, Echoes bass tabs Pink floyd, Echoes text Pink floyd, Echoes ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pink floyd Echoes browse lyrics and guitar tablature, read biography of Pink floyd and find out how Echoes was written.
Read Echoes lyrics and look for the song words or text you can't understand when you listen to the song.
Of course musiceffect.com also features a different side of the musical information, such as various bands in the news Accept, criticism on their music, album or song Heaven is hell.
musiceffect.com /pink_floyd/guitar/echoes.html   (1035 words)

 Echoes of Pain
This song is a musical representation of a very memorable 24 Hour period.
The inspiration for the song came from a challenging drive on Highway 1 on the North Coast of California near Fort Ross.
As such, there is a rather lengthly interlude in the middle which was a sort of mini jam for me to flail away with a piano solo, which won't be in the final version.
www.unsignedbandweb.com /music/bands/6547   (496 words)

 Imagine Echoes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
From year to year the top twenty or so songs are normally the same with the order switched around, however the number one song is ALWAYS the same.
The band played every song from their one and only album and gave us what may have been the best played song of the night, "Communication Breakdown" from the almighty Led Zeppelin.
They closed their set with their big hit "Steady as She Goes." The song has one of the most infectious hooks for a chorus and the crowd ate it up and gave them a huge standing ovation when they left the stage.
imaginechoes.blogspot.com   (2234 words)

 Lana Lane - Garden of the Moon Special Edition
This 33-minute EP contained outtakes and alternate mixes from the Garden of the Moon sessions along with two remixes of songs from her Love is an Illusion debut album.
The Echoes tradition carried on after the next studio release, 1999's Queen of the Ocean, with the follow-up EP titled, appropriately enough, Echoes from the Ocean.
One new song from Echoes from the Ocean,"Rhapsody", was already released in Europe and the Americas as the bonus track to Lana's 2000 epic, Secrets of Astrology.
www.thetank.com /gmse.htm   (1783 words)

 Melanie Absolon
But although they (the 'I' and the song-text) are new in their reading or listening, they are never completely new, because like all song-texts, they are made up from elements that pre-exist them, and in that they have always 'happened or existed before' even if it as been in some other form.
As I said before it is impossible for me to describe this song adequately because the quality or sound of the voice, as being the trace or derivative of something lost - something that is lost but continually re-traced and re-presented in an incognitive form - is beyond signification.
It is a slow song with a slow but heavy rhythm, the percussive beat that punctuates it is laborious, and this beat is a voice in itself, in its 'there' (Da) and 'gone' (o-o-o-o) and its tired and painful repetition.
www.nuisance.org.uk /melanie_absolon/html/remix.html   (4674 words)

 Pearl Jam - Echoes 2
I think it was one of his favorite songs as a kid and I think that it just felt like the right kind of song for this band to do.
INT: While Pearl Jam songs often deal with real-life occurences, they manage to leave the songs open to the interpretation of their audience.
Eddie: Actually, you know, I've kept a lot of songs or some of the lyrical content shrouded in mystery because just like the name we were mentioning before, it's been really great to get other people's interpretations and even inject themselves into the songs.
www.sonymusic.com /artists/PearlJam/echoes/echoes2.html   (2474 words)

 Amazon.com: Echoes: Music: The Rapture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Killing is the best song on the album and probably one of the best songs ever made.
Echoes as an album is built up of contrasts, the band seem to be able to do lots of different musical styles but the most interesting thing about it is it blends together so nicely.
Guitars echo in and out of consciousness as if in a dream, and the ever-present pulsating rhythm, fronted mainly by the amazing bass licks, makes you wanna get freaky.
www.amazon.com /Echoes-Rapture/dp/B0000C83MI   (1626 words)

 Description Echoes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
to derive an analytical of tem- perature echoes, as produced numerically in the.
Generally, in ultrasonic liquid measurement systems, an ultrasonic transducer is disposed at a tank containing a liquid for measuring the quantity of liquid therein.
All of the ultrasonic echoes are received by.
echoes.xujace.com /description-echoes.htm   (651 words)

 A Review of Maggie Reilly's Echoes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The title song Echoes is one of my favourites even if not so well known.
The song melodies are simpler and there is more repetition but the bass really builds this song.
The soundscape of Echoes is made of guitars.
kotisivu.mtv3.fi /risto_latva_maalauksia/maggie_echoesrev.html   (354 words)

 Echoes of the Heart CD Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Echoes of the Heart products nurture the creative spirit and center the soul.
Great arrangements performed with warmth and heart, these songs capture the emotional pull of a great city.
Echoes Of The Heart: Song and Verse is full of insightful poetry by nine women who have shared their hearts, hopes and dreams.
www.echoesoftheheart.com   (349 words)

 Echoes by Phebus - the web's first collective music video clip   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
We are Phébus, a Swiss band, and we have written and recorded a song called "Echoes".
"Echoes" is a song about a lost love, about despair, and about hope.
Simply send us your photos or short video clips that capture the essence of the song, or parts of it, and we'll take the ones that we like best, put them together, et voilà - the world's first music video with hundreds of directors from all over the globe.
www.echoes-video.com   (297 words)

At the end of each entry in the playlist is a "buy" button which will link you to that item in Amazon.com's catalog.
They stock almost all of the CDs you hear on Echoes, but if there is no "buy" button, the item is not carried by Amazon at this time.
Echoes recieves a portion of each sale if you click through from this site, so please remember to enter amazon.com by linking from Echoes.
www.echoes.org /playlists/sun10.29.00.html   (292 words)

 Echoes (1950 song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was written by Bennie Benjamin and George David Weiss and published in 1950.
The Stafford/MacRae recording, released by Capitol Records as catalog number 782, was backed with "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song)" on the flip side.
The song reached #18 on the Billboard charts and #13 on the Cash Box charts.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Echoes_(1950_song)   (102 words)

 Echoes FAQ Ver, 4.0 - 5/10   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
There has been much discussion on echoes as to whether he is saying "and the wind cried back" or "and the wind cried Mary" in that last line.
After the slower beginning with organ and such, a section that echoes has been calling the "Overload" section begins, with lots of out-of-sync voices and sounds; sounding a bit like the Beatles' "Revolution 9." This is either part of "Mind Your Throats" or "Remergence," depending on whose opinion you ask.
Echoes is considered by many Pink Floyd fans to be the best Pink Floyd song ever written.
www.pink-floyd.org /faq/faq5.html   (6284 words)

 CD Baby: THE ECHOES: Listen Up... It's The Echoes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
I saw The Echoes play Paducah Labor Day Weekend, so when a friend told me they were back in Aurora Columbus Day Weekend, I figured it was worth the trip.
Kentucky natives, The Echoes, returned to their homestate Columbus Day weekend to perform at the 29th annual Aurora Fall Festival.
Dear Echoes: When we wrote you telling you how much we loved your music, you took the time to write us back and personally thank us.
cdbaby.com /cd/echoesband   (1098 words)

 Fort Scott Kansas Echoes Of The Trail Cowboy Poetry Music
The Echoes of the Trail Committee is grateful to the Missouri Cowboy Poet's Association, to which most of the poets belong.
The list of other local donors is long, and the event wouldn't be possible without their support in addition to the volunteers who sold tickets, CDs, books, and mugs, and even sat in for the vendors while they took breaks or got up on stage.
Saturday night, under the auspices of Echoes co-founder Arnold Schofield, the first annual auction of metal work of local 4-H and FFA high school students earned sizeable checks for the students and decorative as well as useful items for the buyers.
www.echoesofthetrail.com   (1113 words)

 ECHOES, part 2 of 4
The flip side to Pink Floyd's first single, "Arnold Layne," was originally a song called "Let's Roll Another One." Now, the Floyd were already known to be heavily connected with the drug-influenced psychedelic underground, but their record company wasn't about to release anything with such a blatent drug reference.
After the slower beginning with organ and such, a section that Echoes has been calling the "Overload" section begins, with lots of out-of-sync voices and sounds and such, sounding a bit like the Beatles' "Revolution 9." This is either part of "Mind Your Throats" or "Remergence," depending on whose opinion you ask.
Sometimes the order of songs is changed for cassettes, in order to make it all fit on a shorter amount of tape (without wasting extra tape at the end of one side because of a longer opposite side).
www.allfloyd.com /echoes/echoes2.html   (3948 words)

 Allegheny Echoes
Allegheny Echoes invites students of all ages and all skill levels to join us for a week of instruction, enjoyment and intense fun at Marlinton, in beautiful Pocahontas County West Virginia.
West Virginia music and poetry in the heart of the high country.
All material contained herein is the property of Allegheny Echoes and
www.alleghenyechoes.com   (146 words)

 Collected Sounds- Dar Williams releases My Better Self
It combines songs of love and hate with tales that illustrate some of the many social and environmental issues that Dar Williams holds dear to her heart.
The songs on this record are filled with blasts of guitar, xylophones meshing with organs, and interesting musical nuances that stretch across the record's landscape.
Crenshaw goes on to add a ripping guitar solo, which Williams claims is one of her favorite parts of the whole album.
www.collectedsounds.com /corner/mybetterself.html   (869 words)

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