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Episode #3037

New Sounds 80's Night

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Sunday, May 13, 2012

It's a 1980's extravaganza on this New Sounds, featuring music from the back wall of the New Sounds library.  Among these works from the 1980s is "Prayer for Jimbo Kwesi" from the Art Ensemble of Chicago and "When I Go Up (I Feel Like Shouting)" from Lights In a Fat City.  Also, hear "Open Window" by Bobby Previte and "Ramayana" by The Ordinaires.  Plus a trio of vibes, bass and drums with Karl Berger Dave Holland, and Ed Blackwell, with a piece called "Dakar Dance." And more.

PROGRAM # 3037, New Sounds 80's Night (First aired on Fri., 02/12/10)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Lights In A Fat City

Somewhere

When I Go Up (I Feel Like Shouting) [6:37]

City of Tribes Records COTCD -001
www.stephenkent.net

Bobby Previte

Pushing the Envelope

Open World [5:37]

Gramavision #18-8711
Out of print.
Try Amazon.com*

The Ordinaires

The Ordinaires

Ramayana [5:24]

Restless / Bar/None Records 72632
www.bar-none.com, Emusic.com or iTunes

Karl Berger/Dave Holland/Ed Blackwell

Transit

Dakar Dance [4:44]

Black Saint 120092
www.omnitone.com

Art Ensemble Of Chicago

Selected Recordings Rarum VI

Prayer For Jimbo Kwesi [9:49]

ECM 440 014 196-2
www.ecmrecords.com

Paul De Marinis

Music as a Second Language

Beneath the Numbered Sky [16:09]

Lovely Music LCD 3011
www.lovely.com/

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