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Episode #3384

New Releases, September 2012

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Friday, September 28, 2012

It's the most wonderful time of the month - the showcasing of new releases! On this New Sounds program, listen to the pick of the piles. Hear new music from piano trio the Bad Plus, and a new recording of "Einstein on the Beach" by Philip Glass.  Perhaps there will also Albanian folk songs arranged for jazz-ish quartet, and some ambient music.  That, and more.

PROGRAM #        3384, September 2012 New Releases   (First aired on 9/28/2012)                                                 

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Elina Duni Quartet

Matane Malit

Ra kambana, excerpt [1:00]

ECM 2277
www.ecmrecords.com

Philip Glass / Robert Wilson

Einstein on the Beach highlights (recorded 1984 at BAM)

Act I, Scene I: Train [6:15]

Orange Mountain Music OMM 0082
www.orangemountainmusic.com

Marco Benevento

Tiger Face

Eagle Rock [5:27]

Royal Potato Family
marcobenevento.com

The Bad Plus

Made Possible

for my eyes only [5:21]

EOM CD 2392
www.entonegroup.com
www.thebadplus.com

Moskus

Salmesykkel

Når det regne på presten dryp det på klokkarn [6:36]

HUBROCD2518
www.hubromusic.com

Elina Duni Quartet

Matane Malit

Ra kambana [4:14]

ECM 2277
www.ecmrecords.com

Diabel Cissokho

Kanabory Siyama

Miniyamba (Mandinka) [3:25]

World Village
Due out October 9, 2012
www.worldvillagemusic.com

Rabih Abou-Khalil  

Hungry People

Shrilling Chicken [4:14]

World Village
Due out  October 22, 2012
www.worldvillagemusic.com 

Paul Corley

Disquiet

Dialogue & Passing Judgment , excerpt [1:00]

Bedroom Community HVAL UR15
paulcorley.com
bedroomcommunity.net

So Percussion & Grey McMurray

Where (we) Live

This Place the Place [3:06]

Cantaloupe Music CA 21087
www.cantaloupemusic.com

Paul Corley

Disquiet

Dialogue & Passing Judgment, excerpt [5:23]

See above.

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