Episode #2067

Program #2067

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Tuesday, September 03, 2002

New Sounds 20th anniversary. Featuring music from the first edition of New Sounds, September 3, 1982. Plus Philip Glass makes a special appearance.

PROGRAM # 2067, The New Sounds 20th Anniversary Show (Tuesday, September 3, 2002)





Brian Eno

Before & After Science

Julie With... (excerpt) [1:30]

E.G. Records #32**, reissued in 1990.

Fripp & Eno

Evening Star

Wind on Water [4:00]

Now available on the CD "The Essential Fripp & Eno,"
Caroline #61886**
also online*

Laurie Anderson

United States Live

O Superman
(with 1982 interview) [7:00]

Warner Bros 4 CD set #25192 or online*

Philip Glass


Rubric [6:00]

Sony Classical #37265**

Sheikh Faisal Abdul Rauf

New Sounds Live/World Festival of Sacred Music, Merkin Hall, 5/8/01 and 5/9/01

call to prayer [2:00]

Live Performances. Not commercially available.

McCullough Sons of Thunder

Can You Say Yes? [5:30]

R. Carlos Nakai

Improvisation [2:30]

Penguin Cafe Orchestra

Music from the Penguin Cafe

Penguin CafeSingle [4:00]

Editions EG #27

Steve Reich & Glen Velez

Live, New Sounds, 9/86

Clapping Music [4:00]

Both on the 10 CD set "The Works" Nonesuch #79451

Steve Reich

The Works

Music for 18 Musicians, excerpt [5:00]

*Internet sources include,, and the Public Radio Music Source, a buying service for recordings.
**In most better stores; in NY, try J&R on Park Row, Tower Records, Virgin megastore at Times Square, HMV, Other Music on 3rd St., etc.

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