Episode #3240

New Releases, August 2011

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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Fresh from the shrinkwrap, the internet, and live burial on John Schaefer's desk, it's this month's new releases!  However we might have tracked these down, we can assure you that these are the pick of the piles, things that might live up to the blog/media hype, and the newest, weirdest, most appealing music you might hear all month. 

PROGRAM #3240 New Releases, August 2011 (First aired on 8/31/11)    





The Klezmatics & David Krakauer

The Klezmatics: Live at Town Hall

Rhythm + Jews with Horns Medley [9:13]

Klezmatics Disc KD 2010

Absolute Ensemble & Kristian Jarvi w/Marcel Khalife, Bassam Saba

Arabian Nights – A sonic Journey through Middle Eastern Sound and Spirits, Live at Town Hall, NYC

Schnyder: Concerto for Nay Flute- Bayat [10:17]

Enja 9571

Glenn Jones

The Wanting

Of Its Own Kind [7:27]

Thrill 271


28,000 Days

Yekermo [2:48]

PFR 029

Helge Lien Trio


Sceadu [6:15]

Ozella 036

The Nice Guy Trio (plus string quartet)

Sidewalks and Alleys

The Inside Job [5:26]

PFR 032

The Klezmatics & David Krakauer

The Klezmatics: Live at Town Hall

Lolly Lo/NY PSychoFreylekhs [7:26]

See above.

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Comments [1]

Larry Bonkowski from Royal Oak, MI 48073

Love your program. When you last interviewed Steve Martin, you mentioned & played an exerpt of a tune including Jamie Stone on banjo. I have trouble locating his music on the internet. I'd like to know the name of a band with whom he plays.


Nov. 05 2011 11:45 AM

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