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Episode #3232

New Releases, July 2011

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Friday, July 29, 2011

It's the most wonderful time of the month - the showcasing of new releases! On this New Sounds program, listen to the pick of the piles, the cream of the crop. We'll separate the wheat from the chaff.  On deck we have multilayered soundscapes from Noveller (Sarah Lipstate), some piano trio action from Danny Fox, and perhaps some Ethiojazz. 

PROGRAM #3232 New Releases, July 2011 (First aired on 7/2911)    

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Christian Fredrickson with Jason Noble

The Painted Bird pt 1, Bastard

Signs & Languages [5:40]

christianfrederickson.bandcamp.com

Noveller

Glacial Glow

Glacial Wave [5:51]

Saffron Recordings SAFF – 002
www.saffronrecords.com
www.weirdforest.com

Joby Talbot

Tide Harmonic:

Confluence, excerpt [10:00]

Signum Classic  SIG CD 260
www.signumrecords.com

Ash Black Bufflo

Andasol

Misery is the Pilgrim's Pasture [4:53]

KFR 1109
knittingfactoryrecords.com

Steve Reich

WTC 9/11

Dance Patterns [6:05]

Nonesuch 528236
www.nonesuch.com

Danny Fox Trio

the one constant

Easily Distracted [6:09]

Songlines 1588
www.songlines.com
www.dannyfoxmusic.com

NYU Steel

Glass/Steel – NYU Steel Plays Philip Glass

Philip Glass: Etude No. 3 [5:24]

Orange Mountain Music 0075
www.orangemountainmusic.com
www.philipglass.com

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Comments [2]

Ralf from NYC

could you provide the information on the recording of the water ballet music score that you played on the show Friday 29?

Thanks.

Ralf

Jul. 31 2011 11:06 PM
robert green

none

Jul. 30 2011 02:56 AM

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