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Episode #2203

Program #2203

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Tuesday, October 14, 2003

There’s Isadora Duncan Award-winning music tonight on New Sounds - a work by San Francisco based composer, performer and bandleader Beth Custer (pictured), called “What the Body Knows”, from her "Maverick Strain" score. We’ll sample some of her other country music electronic tango-like songs and instrumentals from major dance productions on that release. Plus, there’s more new music by Kamikaze Ground Crew co-leader and all-around underground veteran Doug Wieselman. Music from his score for the Oscar-winning documentary Long Way Home and other new recordings of his soundtrack compositions have just been released, and we’ll listen to some selections from that CD as well.

PROGRAM #2203 Unusual Soundtracks (Tuesday, 10-14-03)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Doug Wieselman

Dimly Lit

Bicycle [1:00]
B.P.2 [2:30]
Theme F [2:00]
Opening [1:30]
Block Dance [2:30]
Theme H [2:00]
The Vision [2:30]

Tzadik #7515** www.tzadik.com

Beth Custer & the Joe Goode Performance Group

The Maverick Strain and Other Stories

What the Body Knows, excerpts [20:30]

BC#4
www.bethcuster.com
*

Pachora

Astereotypcial

Howl [4:00]
Little Theatre [5:30]

Winter & Winter #910-082 info@winterandwinter.com

Patrick Grant

Dedication Music For Sacred Sister

Abstract 1A [3:00]
Abstract 2B [3:00]

Strange Music #012 www.strangemusic.com*

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

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