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Episode #2127

Program #2127

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Friday, February 28, 2003

It's that time again... when host John Schaefer presents the New Sounds monthly look at new recordings from across the musical spectrum. Caught between the blues and the church, the Reverend Gary Davis has his way, on an historic recording by the blind preacher. Also, hear Paul Shapiro's loungey and moody fat sax from and some sneak previews of music for dance by Philip Glass, along with something from Middle Eastern hand-drummer Raquy Danziger.

PROGRAM #2127 New Releases, February 2003 (First aired on 2/28/03)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Erik Lindgren & The Sonare Wind Trio

Erik Lindgren & The Sonare Wind Trio

The True Wheelbase [3:00]
Tomorrow Never Comes [6:30]

Not yet released

Jozef Van Wissem

Narcissus Dreaming

Brethren of the Free Spirit [4:00]

Persephone #003.
Try www.vergemusic.com

Rev. Gary Davis

If I Had My Way

If I Had My Way [4:30]

Smithsonian Folkways #40123
www.folkways.si.edu

Raquy Danziger

Dust

Dust [3:30]
Raquin [4:30]

Raquy Music
Info at www.raquy.com OR order at www.cdbaby.com

Paul Shapiro

Midnight Minyan

Sim Shalom [5:30]

Tzadik #7174
www.tzadik.com

Philip Glass

In The Upper Room

Dance II [6:00]
Dance IV [7:30]

Not yet released. Info at www.philipglass.com

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

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