Episode #3307

New Releases, February 2012 (Leap Day Edition)

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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

It's that time again for the monthly program of new releases. John Schaefer picks through the bucketloads of CDs, the lone limited edition LP (So Percussion Cage bootlegs!) and scrolls through the downloads (and their cryptic notes) that have flooded his inbox to find new releases worthy of showcasing in tonight's program.

PROGRAM # 3307 New Releases, February 2012 (First aired on 2/29/2012)                                                             





Roger Doyle


Wassane [10:27]

PSY 052


Hand Werk

Kraftwerk: Taschenrechner [3:46]

Meta Records, Germany  META061

Henry Cole & the AfroBeat Collective

Roots Before Branches

Aurea V [3:41]   
Due out March 13, 2012
Info on Facebook or @HenryColeDrums on Twitter

Eyvind Opsvik

Overseas IV

They Will Hear The Drums and They Will Answer [5:52]

Loyal Label CD011



45.56°N 73.58°O - 90N [4:45]

CFM Musik

Scott DuBois

Landscape Scripture

Spring Haystacks [7:58]

Sunnyside SSC1309

Anna Clyne & Seattle Chamber Players

Blue Moth

Anna Clyne: 1987 [8:03]

Tzadik 8084

Steve Peters & Steve Roden

Not a Leaf Remains As It Was

Water Veins

12K 1069

Global Acoustic Music (Special Podcast)

For this New Sounds, we’ll hear some global acoustic works from the Touré-Raichel Collective.  It’s a collaboration between Malian musician Vieux Farka Touré and Israeli producer/keyboardist Idan Raichel which came about following a concert in Tel Aviv.  The results are stunning and elegant conversations between guitar (Touré) and piano (Raichel), where the strings of the piano are sometimes plucked like a harp or kora.  The songs are anchored by Israeli bassist Yossi Fine and Malian calabash player Souleymane Kane.  ("The Tel Aviv Session" will be out in late March, 2012.)


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