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Episode #481

Program #481

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Tuesday, August 26, 2003

This April 26, 1990 edition of New Sounds "From the Vaults" runs a wide and fascinating stylistic gamut, from the Korean-born komungo player Jin Hi Kim (pictured), to guitarist Jed Mathews, to the Tibetan Singing Bowl Ensemble led by Raphael Mostel. The show kicks off with a November 1985 performance by Ben Tavera King, long a fixture on the tex-mex scene whose style incorporates elements of flamenco, American Indian music, and dare we say - New Age. We also feature the Mikel Rouse Broken Consort, a mixed ensemble that made a number of visits to the WNYC studios in the late 1980s. We hear "Ranger," a bracing blend of composed and improvised forms.

PROGRAM #481: "A Private Reel" 4/26/1990

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Ben Tavera King

live, 11/85

"Molly Herrera Guerrera" {4:00}

On King's LP Southwestern Scenarios (Terra/Vanguard Rec's). Out of print.

Mikel Rouse Broken Consort

live, 3/87

"Ranger" {9:00}

Ranger appears on the CD Soul Menu, New Tone/WB Italy NT 6716 (1993), Available for purchase at Amazon.com*
Rouse's discography is at his website: www.mikelrouse.com

Wall Matthews

live, 3/88

"The Night Waterman" {10:30}

This piece has not been commercially recorded. Matthews' albums are on the Clean Cuts label. His CD "Gathering The World" is available at www.rootsandrhythm.com

Jin Hi Kim

live, 10/87

"Komungo Sanjo" {6:30}

Not commercially available. See Kim's website for her complete discography: www.jinhikim.com
Or try O.O. Discs: www.oodiscs.com

Raphael Mostel and the Tibetan Singing Bowl Ensemble

live, 6/89

"Nightsong" {19:00}

Mostel's CD Nightsongs is on digital fossils CD #10008. Write to recordings@mostel.com

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

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