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Sunday, November 16, 2008

A good song can give you new views on life and relationships. Or, more specifically regarding the good songs on this show, new views of love, chemicals, cathedrals, nightmares, animals, and Aberdeen. Host David Garland presents new and recent recordings by Antony and the Johnsons, Frida Hyvonen, Larkin Grimm, Elephant Micah, and Felicia Atkinson with Sylvain Chauveau.

Antony and the Johnsons

Frida Hyvonen

Larkin Grimm

Elephant Micah

Felicia Atkinson

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David Garland from WNYC studio

Here’s the playlist for this program, showing Artist – Song – Album – and Record Label

Frida Hyvonen – My Cousin – Silence Is Wild – Secretly Canadian

Antony and the Johnsons – Another World – Another World – Secretly Canadian

Antony and the Johnsons – Shake That Devil – Another World – Secretly Canadian

Frida Hyvonen – Birds – Silence Is Wild – Secretly Canadian

Larkin Grimm – Anger In Your Liver – Parplar – Young God

Larkin Grimm – They Were Wrong – Parplar – Young God

Larkin Grimm – Dominican Rum – Parplar – Young God

Larkin Grimm – Blond & Golden Johns – Parplar – Young God

Elephant Micah – Detailed Cathedral – Alsatian Sunlight – self released

Elephant Micah – Detailed Cathedral – Alsatian Sunlight – self released

Felicia Atkinson (with Sylvain Chauveau) – Aberdeen – Roman Anglais – O Rosa Records

Frida Hyvonen – December – Silence Is Wild – Secretly Canadian

Nov. 16 2008 08:05 PM

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