Episode #3252

New Releases, September 2011

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Friday, September 30, 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. There'll probably be new music from Rachel Elliot of Clogs, from pianists Brad Mehldau & Kevin Hays, along with something from the band Apparat.  Plus, hear the latest from violinist/singer-songwriter/whistler Andrew Bird, the duo itsnotyouitsme, and the lutenist Jozef van Wissem. 

PROGRAM #3252 New Releases September 2011  (First aired on 9/30/11)    






Jozef van Wissem, Jim Jarmusch

The Joy That Never Ends

Concerning the beautiful human form after death, excerpt [1:30]


Rachel Elliot (featuring Padma Newsome & Clogs)

Polka the Elk

Bed and Rest [3:21]

Music Starts from Silence 03


The Devil’s Walk

Sweet Unrest [3:33]

Mute Records  9506

Brad Mehldau & Kevin Hays

Modern Music

Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians, (arr. Zimmerli), excerpt – [5:18]

Nonesuch 528371


everybody's pain is magnificent

It Might Be Time To Leave This Place And Go Mingle With Our Heroes [8:02]

New Amsterdam 033

Andrew Bird

Norman Soundtrack

Scotch and Milk [2:20]
3_36  [1:50]
Hospital [3:41]

Mom + Pop records
Due out October 11, 2011

Giancarlo Vulcano

Unfinished Spaces

You Take it Or You Leave it [3:02]
The Best In the World [3:03]

Distant Second Records 002
Or download from iTunes.

Jozef van Wissem, Jim Jarmusch

The Joy That Never Ends

Concerning the beautiful human form after death [6:43]


Jody Redhage

Of Minutiae and Memory

Wil Smith: Static Line [5:13]

New Amsterdam 031                       

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