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New Releases, January 2012 (special podcast)

Thursday, May 10, 2012

WNYC

John Schaefer carefully sorts through the stacks, bins, and boatloads of new CDs, downloads, LPs, cassettes (!), which came across his desk this past January 2012. Hear some music by Guy Klucevsek, from his "the Multiple Personality Reunion tour," along with something from guitarist and experimenter Dustin Wong.  Also, listen to fiddle music from Brittany Haas & Dan Trueman and something from bassist/composer Florent Ghys.  Plus, a work from composer Zack Browning, as played by the Cadillac Moon Ensemble.  And more.

PROGRAM # 3297 New Releases, Jan. 2012  (First aired on 2/1/2012)                                                       

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Guy Klucevsek & Brave Combo

The Multiple Personality Reunion Tour

Pink Elephant [5:58]

Innova 819
www.innova.mu

Various: Nils Økland

Songlines Magazine Sampler - Folke Larm - Traditional music

Blond blå [3:25]

Distributed  with issue #81 of Songlines magazine, www.songlines.co.uk

Brittany Haas & Dan Trueman

Criss Cross

Training West From Bergen [4:38]

brittanddanband.com

Florent Ghys

Baroque Tardif

Phase Parisienne [4:57]

Cantaloupe 21052
www.cantaloupemusic.com

Dustin Wong

Dreams Say, View, Create, Shadow Leads

Feet Prints on Flower Dreads [2:24]
Abstract Horse Slow Motion [2:41]

Thrill 295
www.thrilljockey.com

Zach Browning, feat. Cadillac Moon

Secret Pulse

Secret Pulse [8:43]

Innova 817
www.innova.mu

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