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Episode #2075

Program #2075

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Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Come on baby, light my fire. Pianist George Winston joins us live in the studio to perform music by the Doors. Plus, we take in some serious fun from the new generation of big bands. These include New York's Sex Mob (pictured), The Finland's Espoo Big Band, the Brooklyn-based Slavic Soul Party, and Urban Sax, the veteran experimental band which numbers some 50 performers.

PROGRAM #2075, with George Winston, live (First aired 9/24/02)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Sex Mob

WNYC, "Soundcheck"
7/29/02

Medley [7:00]

This live performance not commercially available.
Visit Sex Mob's site for info and music downloads at www.sexmob.com

Slavic Soul Party

In Makedonija

Dance the Dust Up [4:30]

Knitting Factory #310*
www.knittingfactory.com**

George Winston

Night Divides The Day - The Music Of the Doors

Riders On The Storm, excerpt [2:30]

Windham Hill/BMG #11649*
www.dancingcat.com

Live in studio

The Crystal Ship [5:00]
Love Me Two Times [5:00]

This live performance not commercially available.

Night Divides The Day - The Music Of the Doors

Light My Fire/Th End, excerpt [1:00]
Spanish Caravan [5:30]

See above.

Espoo Big Band w/Trilok Gurtu

Neandertal Grooves

Lake Disappointment [5:30]

EBBCD #004
espoo.big.band@kolumbus.fi

Urban Sax

Spiral

Prologue Improbable, excerpt [1:30]

EPM Musique #FCD 1125
www.urbansax.com OR infos@urbansax.com

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

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