Escape to the Lake 2014 Recap - Episode #285

August 1st, 2014
Escape to the Lake 2014 Recap - Episode #285

Here's our audio recap of UTR's Escape To The Lake 2014 - including music from ETTL artists, interview clips from Justin McRoberts and Micah Dalton, and live performances from Sara Groves and Burlap To Cashmere.

Songs Played in This Episode (10)
  • Almanac, No. 1 Written in Our Clothes
    on Almanac, No. 1
    by Giants & Pilgrims
  • A Way to See In The Dark Remind Me Who I Am
    on A Way to See In The Dark
    by Jason Gray
  • Telling Time You Make Everything Beautiful
    on Telling Time
    by Tanya Godsey
  • The Mantis and The Moon Cricket in a Jar
    on The Mantis and The Moon
    by Son of Laughter
  • Invisible Empires Obsolete/What A Wonderful World
    on Invisible Empires
    by Sara Groves
  • Heart Attack Time Machine Diana
    on Heart Attack Time Machine
    by Waterdeep
  • C - EP Take One On the Chin
    on C - EP
    by Justin McRoberts
  • Pawn Shop The Autobiography of Milton Burroughs
    on Pawn Shop
    by Micah Dalton
  • The Blood + The Breath From Him, To Him
    on The Blood + The Breath
    by Caroline Cobb
  • Anybody Out There Basic Instructions
    on Anybody Out There
    by Burlap to Cashmere

Producer Notes:

While it's impossible to sum up Escape To The Lake in a 1-hour show, it's fun to produce an overview episode each year.  The interview clips are substantial - I love what Micah Dalton said about how some artists caught in the in-between, not fully embraced by the club scene and not fully embraced by the church scene, can find a home at ETTL.  And I also love how Justin McRoberts took time to praise the UTR listeners for understanding the importance of the arts.  It's a real treat that we can walk away with some high quality recordings of the ETTL concerts, so I knew I would be weaving in live audio (4 songs this episode).  I hope this brings the event a little bit closer to the hearts of those who weren't able to experience it first-hand.  (Dave)

Comments (1)

I really hope I can make it next year.  It is a long way from Texas.

Jeff C 11:50 AM Mon, Aug 04, 2014

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