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Episode #3148

World-Jazz Guitar Music

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Monday, December 13, 2010

There’s new music from the California Guitar Trio on this New Sounds show, from their recent release, “Andromeda,” which has the talented and crafty guitarists playing with effects, keyboard textures, and a guest musician – Tony Levin of King Crimson.  We’ll hear their Reichian “Improv 8: Layered Circulation” and possibly some fingerstylin’ middle-eastern influenced tunes as well.  Also, there’s world-jazzy yet rootsy music from a collaborative record by bass player Dave Holland and the veteran flamenco guitarist Pepe Habichuela.  Plus, older music from Ralph Towner and the band Oregon and more.

PROGRAM #3148, World-Jazz Guitar Music  (First aired on 12/13/10)                                                    

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

CGT

Andromeda

Chacarera, excerpt [1:30]

Inner Knot Records Ink 7758
www.innerknotrecords.com

Dominic Frasca

Deviations

Forced Entry [8:25]

Cantaloupe Music 21032
www.cantaloupemusic.com

California Guitar Trio

Andromeda

Chacarera [3;21]
Turn of the Tide [3:00]
Improv VIII (Layered Circulation) [2:26]

Inner Knot Records Ink 7758
www.innerknotrecords.com

Michael Hedges

Aerial Boundaries

Spare Change [5:47]

Windham Hill 1032
Out of print, but try Amazon.com OR download from Emusic.com or iTunes.

Dave Holland & Pepe Habichuela

Hands

Joyride [5:31]

Dare2 Records DR2-006
www.daveholland.com

Oregon

Roots In The Sky

June Bug [3:58]

Elektra/Asylum 6E 224
Remastered, reissued with “Out of the Woods” in 2007 as a double CD. Available at Amazon.com*  OR download from Emusic.com

Oregon

Out of the Woods

Waterwheel [6:30]

Elektra/Asylum 6E 154
Remastered, reissued with “Roots in the Sky” in 2007 as a double CD. Available at Amazon.com*  OR download from Emusic.com

Ralph Towner / Gary Peacock

A Closer View

Toledo [6:20]

ECM 1602
www.ecmrecords.com

 

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