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Episode #3319

New Releases, March 2012

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Friday, March 30, 2012

It's that time of the month again for the new releases show on New Sounds. John Schaefer carefully sorts through the stacks, bins, and boatloads of new CDs and downloads, which have come across his desk over the past month to present some of the finest new releases. He'll pick the lentils from the ashes to present the cream of this crop.

PROGRAM #3319 New Releases, March 2012  (First aired on 3/30/2012)                                                 

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RECORDING

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SOURCE

Joel Harrison 7

Search

Allman Brothers: Whipping Post, excerpt [1:30]

Sunnyside SSC 1300
www.joelharrison.com
www.sunnysiderecords.com

Project Trio

Random Roads

Dr. Nick [3:36]

TUCH 2039
Tummy Touch Records
tummytouch.greedbag.com
www.whatisproject.org

Portland Cello Project

Homage

Lil’ Wayne: She Will [5:22]

www.portlandcelloprojet.com

Project Trio

Random Roads

Mingus: Fables of Faubus [2:35]

See above.

Joel Harrison 7

Search

Allman Brothers: Whipping Post [8:37]

Sunnyside SSC 1300
www.joelharrison.com
www.sunnysiderecords.com

ETHEL

Heavy

Raz Mesinai: La Citadelle [10:39]

Innova 820
www.innova.mu
www.ethelcentral.com

Hans Appelqvist

Sjunga Slutet Nu (Sing The End Now)

Vatten [1:00]

Hapna 047
soundcloud.com

Loop 2.4.3

American Dreamland

As a Child [8:30]

MSFS 04
www.loop243.com
www.musicstartsfromsilence.com

Mikel Rouse

Boost | False Doors

Sky Sprites [4:12]

Exit Music 1015 & 1015
www.mikelrouse.com

Hans Appelqvist

Sjunga Slutet Nu (Sing The End Now)

en arm for ut [2:05]

Hapna 047
soundcloud.com
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Comments [1]

barbara

when will Project Trio be interviewed on soundcheck?

May. 18 2012 07:41 PM

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