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Episode #1853

Program #1853

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Saturday, November 30, 2002

Paul Dresher’s "Dark Blue Circumstance" (1982-87), for electric guitar and live tape processing, is performed using an elaborate tape loop system. It’s a technological mishmash of multi-track recording, mixing, and processing that makes for a lush, austere and utterly compelling sound world. It’s also one of several works for electric guitar featured on this installment of New Sounds. Other highlights include Carl Weingarten’s “All Things Return,” Rob Wasserman’s “Sultan Song,” and Robert Fripp & Brian Eno’s “Wind On Water.”

PROGRAM # 1853, music with electric guitar (First aired on 11/21/2000)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Robert Fripp & Brian Eno

The Essential Fripp & Eno

Wind On Water [5:30] Evening Star [6:30]

Virgin/Caroline # CAROL-1886** (PRMS*)

Paul Dresher

Dark Blue Circumstance

Dark Blue Circumstance [12:00]

New Albion #053** (PRMS* or www.newalbion.com )

Carl Weingarten

Pandora's Garage

All Things Return [6:00]

Linden Records #2007 Linden Music, PO Box 520, Linden VA 22642

Hellborg, Lane, Selvaganesh

Good People In Times Of Evil

Uma Haimavati [7:00]

Bardo #040. In some stores, or www.hellborg.com

Rob Wasserman

Space Island

Sultan Song [8:30]

Atlantic #83312** PRMS* or www.atlantic-records.com

Robert Fripp & Brian Eno

The Essential Fripp & Eno

Healthy Colours I [3:30]

See above.

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