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Episode #2191

Program #2191

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Monday, September 15, 2003

We hear the San Francisco-based Tin Hat Trio, and their blend of tango, bluegrass, contemporary classical, and Eastern European folk traditions on this installment of New Sounds. Also, Tin Hat violinist Carla Kihlstedt has a solo project with a new CD called Two Foot Yard, full of quite singable yet twisted little creations featuring the violin, her own voice, cello, percussion and guest musicians. We’ll hear Kihlstedt’s snippet songs and music from the trio's brilliant keyboardist, Rob Burger, in a few exotic cuts from his new solo CD Lost Photograph as well.

PROGRAM # 2191, featuring the Tin Hat Trio (First aired on Sept. 15, 2003)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Tin Hat Trio

Helium

A Life In East Poultney [1:00]

Angel/EMI #56935**
www.tinhattrio.com

Tin Hat Trio

The Rodeo Eroded

Bill [5:00]

Angel/EMI #56935**
www.ropeadope.com

Tin Hat Trio

Helium

Fountain of Youth [4:00]

See above.

Tin Hat Trio

The Rodeo Eroded

Night of the Skeptic [2:30] O.N.E.O. [3:30]

See above.

Carla Kihlstedt

Two Foot Yard

Rooting for the Shy Librarian [2:30] Last Resort [3:30]

Tzadik #7706** www.tzadik.com *.

Rob Burger

Lost Photograph

The Couch Episode [2:30] Linguist From Latvia [3:00] Mem [5:30]

Tzadik #7170** www.tzadik.com *.

Tin Hat Trio

Helium

Helium Reprise [4:30]

See above.

Carla Kihlstedt

Two Foot Yard

50 Miles [6:00]

See above.

Tin Hat Trio

The Rodeo Eroded

Willow Weep For Me [4:30]

See above.


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