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Episode #379

Program #379

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Saturday, August 02, 2003

From the Vaults, New Sounds' month-long series of classic archival episodes continues with a visit with singer/songwriter, U2 producer, and guitarist Daniel Lanois. Lanois talks about his debut solo record "Acadie," exploring his French-Canadian roots, in a program originally broadcast on October 26, 1989.

PROGRAM #379: With Guest Daniel Lanois

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

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SOURCE

Daniel Lanois

Acadie

"The Fisherman's Daughter" {3:30}
"White Mustang II" {3:00}

Opal Rec's, distr. by Warner Bros.
Available at Amazon.com*

live

"Jolie Louise" {3:00}

This performance not commercially available, but the song appears on "Acadie".

Brian Eno with Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno

Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks

"Silver Morning" {2:30}
"Deep Blue Day" {4:00}

EG #ENO-5 LP. Reissued and available on CD. Try
Amazon.com
*

Daniel Lanois

live

"Marie" {3:00}

See above.

Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois, et. al.

Music for Films III

"Tension Block" {3:00}

Opal #25769. To be reissued Aug. 2003. Preorder from
Amazon.com
*

Paco Pena

Azaharra

"Riomar" {4:00}

Nimbus #5116
www.wyastone.co.uk

Ciro Hurtado

In My Mind

"Tango de Echo Park" {3:00}
"Ayahuasca" {4:30}

Rom Rec's. Check Hurtado's site: www.dynalogic.com/hurtado
OR write to
Inti Productions
P.O. 26B63
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Huayucaltia

Caminos

"Caminos y Puentes" excerpt {1:30}

Rom, see above OR go to www.huayucaltia.com

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

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