Episode #3479

Dependable Groove Music

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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Whether it’s piano-driven, horn-driven, or interlocking rhythms of guitar music, listen to music with a steady groove on this edition of New Sounds.  Hear the Blue Cranes, who are a keyboard trio and dueling saxophones from Portland with a from a new record, “Swim.”  Also, listen to music from keyboardist Marco Benevento with his playful arrangement of an early Pink Floyd song, recorded live at Tonic.  Hear a groove-based instrumental piece from the gifted guitarist Kaki King.  Plus, music from three-ohs Medeski, Martin & Wood, The Bad Plus, and the Neil Cowley Trio, and more.  

PROGRAM # 3479, Music with a Groove  (First aired on 6/12/2013)                                                         





Blue Cranes


Everything Is Going to Be Okay, excerpt [1:00]
Beautiful Winners [3:27]

Cuneiform Records RUNE 364

The Bad Plus

Made Possible

Dave King: For My Eyes Only [5:21]

EOM CD 2392

Marco Benevento

Live at Tonic (3 CD set)

Fearless (Pink Floyd) [6:31]

Ropeadope RAD0603

Kaki King

Dreaming of Revenge

Can anyone who has heard this music really be a bad person? [5:10]

Velour Music VEL0804
Available at, iTunes,

Blue Cranes


Everything Is Going to Be Okay [5:42]

See above.

Neil Cowley Trio

Loud, Louder, Stop

Dinosaur, Die [6:09]

CAKE #78551

Matthew Shipp


The Root [5:05]

Thirsty Ear #57127



Crazy [3:52]
download from or iTunes.

Medeski, Martin & Wood


Dracula [4:19]

Gramavision/Rykodisc #79514
Available at, or iTunes

Marco Benevento


Basilicata [4:12]

Royal Potato Family

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Comments [1]


I listen most nights, this was one of my favorite episodes ever. Great show.

Jun. 13 2013 09:41 PM

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