Musical Tributes (Weekly Podcast)

Friday, April 15, 2011


We’ll hear musical tributes aplenty on this New Sounds program, many of them by guitarists heaping their thanks to other artists.  We’ll hear notes of appreciation from Bill Frisell to Boubacar Traoré and from trumpeter Dave Douglas to Bill Frisell.  Plus, tributes to Angelique Kidjo, John Fahey, and Philip Glass, and a few others.

PROGRAM #3185, Musical Tributes (First aired on 3-23-11)                     





Ben Allison


Green Al [6:14]

Palmetto Records PM 2101

John Danley

Drifting Into Oblivion

Philip’s Glasses [3:19]

A Priori Records
Available at

Stefan Grossman

John Renbourn & Stefan Grossman In Concert

The Assassination of John Fahey [4:07]

Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop 135
Available at or

Bill Frisell

Blues Dream

Greg Leisz [6:14]

Nonesuch 79615

Dave Douglas

Strange Liberation

the Frisell Dream [3:57]

RCA 50818
Available at, iTunes, or

Bill Frisell

The Intercontinentals

Boubacar [6:13]

Nonesuch 79661



Angelique [3:54]


Don Ross

Breakfast for Dogs

Obrigado (Egberto) [3:52]

Candyrat Records


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