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Episode #2973

Words and Music

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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Music that mixes instrumentals with both sung and spoken text is what we'll hear on this New Sounds program.  Listen to the latest from saxophonist and rabbi Greg Wall’s Later Prophets, "Ha’Orot." It combines the spiritual writings of Hebrew poet Rabbi Avraham Itzchak HaCohen Kook with Wall's blend of traditional Jewish folk and jazz.  All that and more.

PROGRAM # 2973, Words and Music (First aired on Thurs. 8-27-09)

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Greg Wall’s Later Prophets

Ha’Orot

Ha'tzofeh Le'Tovah (The One Who Seeks the Good) [3:42] (English version)

Tzadik 8137
www.tzadik.com

DBR (Daniel Bernard Roumain)

Mendi & Keith Obadike Present: Crosstalk

Blimp/Sky from DBR’s “One Loss Plus”

Bridge 9285
www.bridgerecords.com

Vision Into Art (feat. Roger Bonair-Agard, poet)

Traveling Songs

Paola Prestini - Black and White [4:43]

www.paolaprestini.com

Mendi & Keith Obadike

Mendi & Keith Obadike Present: Crosstalk

The Pink of Stealth [6:18]

See above.

Tracie Morris

Mendi & Keith Obadike Present: Crosstalk

Africa(n) [3:30]

See above.

Peter Gordon/Lawrence Weiner

Mendi & Keith Obadike Present: Crosstalk

The Society Architect Ponders the Golden Gate Bridge [13:41]

See above.

Greg Wall’s Later Prophets

Ha’Orot

Ha'tzofeh Le'Tovah (The One Who Seeks the Good) [3:43] (Hebrew version)

See above.

Vision Into Art

Traveling Songs

Cafe Tacuba/arr Paola Prestini - dog:God [4:24]

See above.

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