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Episode #1822

Program #1822

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Sunday, September 15, 2002

Among the pioneers of British folk-rock, John Renbourn plays "Kokomo Blues" in the WNYC studio. The Newman and Oltman Guitar Duo has made a series of impressive recordings for the MusicMasters and Musical Heritage labels, exploring the farthest reaches of ensemble literature. Here they offer a new work by New York composer Lowell Lieberman (pictured right). Also on the program: works by Tim Sparks and John McLaughlin.

PROGRAM #1822, music with guitar

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Mahavishnu John McLaughlin

My Goals Beyond

Follow Your Heart [3:00] Song for My Mother [2:30] Blue In Green [2:30]

Rykodisc #10051** (PRMS* or www.rykodisc.com )

John Renbourn

Faro Annie

Come On In My Kitchen [4:00]

Reprise (Warner Bros) #2082. CD reissue may now be out of print.

John Renbourn

Live

Kokomo Blues [4:30]

A recorded version appears on the "Faro Annie" album, above.

Tim Sparks

One String Leads To Another

One String Leads To Another [2:30] Pata Negra [4:30]

Acoustic Music Records #319.1177 www.acoustic-music.de or acoustic-music@t-online.de ; fax (49) 0541 708 667

Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo

Live, Raritan River Music Festival, 5/6/00

L. Liebermann: Nocturne-Fantasy for 2 guitars [13:00]

Not commercially available. For more info, www.guitarduo.com

Mahavishnu John McLaughlin

My Goals Beyond

Peace Two [10:00]

See above.

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