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Episode #1921

Program #1921

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Saturday, May 24, 2003

In an age of postmodern juxtapositions, sampling, unlimited degrees of musical complexity, this edition of New Sounds explores music that takes a simple, direct approach. Artists include Rachel's, Ensemble 4'33, Penguin Café Orchestra, Daniel Figgis, Project Zlust, and others.

PROGRAM # 1921, "the direct approach" (First aired on 5/24/01)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Rachel's

The Sea and the Bells

Rhine & Courtesan [2:30]

Quarterstick #QS38. 1-800-3TOUCH U. PO Box 25342, Chicago IL 60625. Rachel's have a website at www.southern.net

Penguin Café Orchestra

Signs of Life

Rosasolis [4:30]

Editions EG #50**
Also available online: www.penguincafe.com

Rachel's

Selenography

A French Galleasse [6:00]

Quarterstick #QS55, see above.

Penguin Café Orchestra

Signs of Life

Dirt [4:30]

See above.

Daniel Figgis

Skipper

Glimmerer [5:00]

Black Burst #005. Black Burst Rec's, 66 Golborne Rd, London W10 5PS, England. www.danielfiggis.com

Patrick Godfrey

Strange Rain

Holes In My Socks [1:30]

Apparition #0012. 1-888-656-8880

Ensemble 4'33"

Hearts of 4'33"

Music With A Constantly Changing Title [5:00]

SoLyd Records #0125. Info may be available online at SoLyd Records

Rachel's

Handwriting

Southbound to Marion [3:00]

Quarterstick #QS30, see above.

Ensemble 4'33"

Hearts of 4'33"

Music That's Changed, But Still Kept Its Title [10:00]

See above.

Project Zlust

Project Zlust

Gazmendovacha [6:00]

Info from Project Hope, Macedonia: hopemac5@unet.com.mk

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

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