6-Year Flashback - Episode #23

April 10th, 2015
6-Year Flashback - Episode #23

We dug deep into the UTR archives for this show from 6 years ago (UTR was only 5 months old).  It was the first time we played songs by Over The Rhine and Mindy Smith, and a Rich Mullins' classic is the radar rewind.

Songs Played in This Episode (12)
  • A Person and a Heart A Person and a Heart
    on A Person and a Heart
    by Jon Troast
  • Where's Our Revolution Come Back Around
    on Where's Our Revolution
    by Matt Brouwer
  • Thunder After Lightening Find Me
    on Thunder After Lightening
    by Downhere
  • The Dreamlife of Angels Hope
    on The Dreamlife of Angels
    by Sarah Masen
  • A Liturgy, A Legacy, & A Ragamuffin Band The Color Green
    on A Liturgy, A Legacy, & A Ragamuffin Band
    by Rich Mullins
  • You and the Evening Sky Closer to the Moon
    on You and the Evening Sky
    by Alli Rogers
  • The Blood I Know His Blood Can Make Me Well
    on The Blood
    by Kevin Max
  • Satellite Soul Interstate Travel
    on Satellite Soul
    by Satellite Soul
  • Long Island Shores Peace of Mind
    on Long Island Shores
    by Mindy Smith
  • Drunkard's Prayer Lookin' Forward
    on Drunkard's Prayer
    by Over The Rhine
  • Sleeping Fire The End
    on Sleeping Fire
    by Adam Watts
  • Quiet Revolution Beautiful Mystery
    on Quiet Revolution
    by Telecast

Producer Notes:

I originally was not planning on airing a "rerun" episode this week, but my workload reality caused me to re-evaluate my show schedule.  I was perusing through our archives when I stumbled upon Episode #23.  It's a fun one to re-visit for several reasons:  (1) it's so old that to more recent listeners it will be "new to them," (2) it's a visit to UTR's infancy, when we were just 5-months-old (and we are now 5-months-old as an independent re-start), (3) it was the first time we ever played songs by Over The Rhine, Matt Brouwer, Mindy Smith, Adam Watts, Kevin Max, and Josh White/Telecast, and (4) the radar rewind is one of my all-time favorite songs "The Color Green" by Rich Mullins.  Enjoy!  (Dave)

Comments (1)

Very interesting to see where UTR was at way back and an interesting show too. Adam Watts in particular is an under appreciated artist and worth checking out.

Larry S 10:40 PM Fri, Apr 10, 2015

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