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Episode #3045

New Art Songs

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Sunday, June 03, 2012

For this New Sounds, listen to new songs by Clogs who have borrowed voices from the indie rock world for their latest record, "The Creatures In the Garden of Lady Walton."  It’s a song cycle, written by violinist and singer Padma Newsome, featuring guest appearances from Shara Worden of My Brightest Diamond, the National's Matt Berninger, and from Sufjan Stevens.

Also, we'll hear from harpist/songstress Joanna Newsom, and her most recent - a triple record called "Have One On Me." And more.

PROGRAM # 3045, New Art Songs (First aired on Wed., 03/03/10)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Clogs

The Creatures in the Garden of Lady Walton

Cocodrillo (feat. Shara Worden) [1:50] Red Seas [6:13]

Brassland HWY 021
www.brassland.org
www.clogsmusic.com

Joanna Newsom

Have One On Me

Good Intentions Paving Co. [7:02]

Drag City DC39
www.dragcity.com

Clogs (feat. Shara Worden)

The Creatures in the Garden of Lady Walton

The Owl of Love [4:11]

See above.

John Harle

Terror & Magnificence

The Three Ravens [5:37]

Argo #452 605
Out of print, but try auction sites or Amazon.com*

Joanna Newsom

Have One On Me

‘81 [3:51]

See above.

Gina Leishman

Bed Time

The Soothsayer [6:00]
Come Away Death [3:59]

GCQ Records
Available at CDBaby.com
www.ginaleishman.com

John Harle

Terror & Magnificence

Mistress Mine 3: Come Away, Death [4:28]

See above.

Ute Lemper

Punishing Kiss

Scott Walker: Scope J, excerpt [4:33]

Decca #289 466 473**
Available for purchase from Amazon.com* or download from iTunes

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