Episode #1861

Program #1861

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Monday, February 10, 2003

Remember the turn of the millennium? Musicians were going the extra mile in their programming to celebrate the event, as this edition of New Sounds reminds us. We hear selections from the 2000 Bang On A Can Marathon concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, with John Halle's Operation Chaos; Steve Martland's Remix; Julia Wolfe's Keeper; as well as performances by Lionheart, the Bang On A Can All-Stars, Talvin Singh and Steven Schick, and many other denizens of New York's Downtown scene.

PROGRAM # 1861, from the Bang On A Can Marathon, 12/10/00 (First aired on 12/11/00)





Bang On A Can All-Stars

Live, BAM, 12/10/00

John Halle: Operation Chaos [7:30]

Bang On A Can All-Stars have recorded for Sony Classical and most recently for Cantaloupe Music. For info on these and other BOAC recordings, go to

Steve Martland Band

Live, BAM, 12/10/00

Remix [4:30]

Martland's BMG/Catalyst CD "Patrol" and his Factory (UK) record "Crossing The Border" are both out of print. Some copies of "Patrol" can be found at


Live, BAM, 12/10/00

Julia Wolfe: Keeper [11:30]

Wolfe's CDs are readily available in stores or online at ; Lionheart's albums of early music are available from Nimbus Records,** or other online sources.


Live, BAM, 12/10/00

Two Finnish Folk Songs [3:00]

Huutujat's CDs are on the Bad Vugum label in Finland. or OR tel/fax (in Finland) +358-(0)50 331 6748

Talvin Singh & Steven Schick

Live, BAM, 12/10/00

Duo improvisation [18:00]

Talvin Singh's CDs include "Anokha" and "OK" and are readily available in most stores or online. Schick is part of the BOAC All-Stars, see above.

*, ** - Find the recordings you've heard - go to the New Sounds Recordings Information page

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