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Episode #2160

Program #2160

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Friday, May 30, 2003

John Schaefer once again picks through the bucketloads of CDs that have flooded his office this Spring to find a sampling of new releases worthy of showcasing in tonight's program

PROGRAM #2160 New Releases May 2003 (First aired on Friday, 5/30/03)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

John Fahey

Old Fashioned Love

Jaya Shiva Shankarah [5:00]

Takoma #6511**
www.fantasyjazz.com*

Abaji

Oriental Voyage

Tlété [3:30]

Network #23897
www.networkmedien.de

Dromedary

Live from the Make Believe

Airbag [5:00]

DM#001
www.dromedarymusic.com OR
www.solponticello.com

Henry Kaiser

Antarctic Guitar

Platelet Ice [4:00]

www.henrykaiser.net

Nikolai Kachanov

Private tape

Trisagion [2:00]
Trails [2:00]

Not commercially available.

Deep Listening Band (Pauline Oliveros, et al.)

Tosca Salad

Not Very Deep Hockets [5:00]

Deep Listening #1995
www.deeplistening.org

Lou Harrison

Works 1939-2000

The Only Jealousy of Emer, excerpt [4:00]

Mode #122
www.mode.com

Margaret Leng-Tan

Private tape

Toby Twining: An American In Buenos Aires [5:00]

Not commercially available.

Winifred Horan

Just One Wish

Into Your Eyes / Django Twango [3:30]

Shanachie 78051**
www.shanachie.com

Common Sense Composers Collaborative & American Baroque

The Shock of the Old

Marc Mellits: Metaclopramide [1:30]

Santa fe New Music#000513
www.sfnm.org OR www.firsteditionmusic.com

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