Episode #3364

New Releases, July 2012

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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

It's the most wonderful time of the month!  For this program, John Schaefer presents the pick of the piles.  What we can see from here includes some motoric music named for toy manufacturers, a soundtrack from Icelandic composer Johann Johannson, and some finger-style guitar from Ben Tyree. Then there's also new music by Tin Hat, with text by e.e. cummings, and some solo piano by Donnacha Dennehy from Lisa Moore's latest E.P.


Plus, hear an arrangement of a traditional tune from the Dave Douglas Quintet, featuring vocalist Aoife O'Donovan, and music by the Family Band as well.

PROGRAM #3364, New Releases, July 2012 (7/31/2012)                                                              





Lisa Moore / Donnacha Dennehy

Stainless Staining

Donnacha Dennehy: Stainless Staining, excerpt [1:30]

Cantaloupe CA 21062

Jake Playmo

my favorite toys

Matel [7:00]

Ozella OZL 22004

Helge Lien


Kattenslager [4:00]

Ozella OZ 041

Lisa Moore / Donnacha Dennehy

Stainless Staining

Donnacha Dennehy: Stainless Staining [14:51]

Cantaloupe CA 21062

Ben Tyree

thoughtform Variations

Thought Forms [6:26]

Tin Hat

the rain is a handsome animal

Buffalo Bill [3:32]

New Amsterdam 040

Dave Douglas Quintet with Aoife O'Donovan

Be Still

Barbara Allen (Trad) [4:21]

Due out September 25, 2012 on
Greenleaf Music

Johann Johannsson

Copenhagen Dreams

A Memorial Garden on Enghavevej [4:11]

Limited edition CD. Pre-order vinyl here:

Family Band

Grace and Lies

Rest, excerpt [4:00]

No Quarter NOQ032


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Comments [1]

Donald Sepanek from Bayonne, NJ

Wow! All great stuff.

Aug. 01 2012 02:28 PM

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