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Episode #2135

Program #2135

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Tuesday, November 25, 2003

The guitar easily finds a home in classical, jazz, blues, bluegrass, rock, country, and any number of international styles. That versatility is the very point of this episode of New Sounds. Featured performers include Kaki King, the 23-year-old guitarist whose debut CD, Everybody Loves You, features musical influences running the gamut from folk to funk to rock to jazz; Baka Beyond, the unusual band inspired by the music of the Baka Pygmies; London-based composer Pete M. Wyer; Benjamin Verdery's ensemble UFOnia, and much more.

PROGRAM # 2135, Guitar Solos & Ensemble Works (First aired on Wed. 3/19/03)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Kaki King

Everybody Loves You

Kewpie Station [2:00]
The Exhibition [3:00]

Velour #0302
www.velourmusic.com
www.kakiking.com

Bill Frisell

The Intercontinentals

Boubacar [6:00]

Nonesuch #79661.
www.nonesuch.com

Baka Beyond

East to West

The Rakish Paddy [4:30]

Narada #43725
www.bakabeyond.net
www.narada.com

Celso Fonseca

Natural

Buteco 2 [5:30]

Six Degrees / Ziriguiboom #657036-1086
www.sixdegreesrecords.com

Adrian Legg

Guitars And Other Cathedrals

Thump The Clouds [4:00]

Relativity #1045**
Available for purchase at Amazon.com*
Info at www.adrianlegg.com

Peter M. Wyer Matthew Sharp

SharpWire

Life Support [6:30]

Info on Wyer's music available through pmwmusic@yahoo.com

Ben Verdery

Ufonia

Ellis Island [8:30]

Mushkatweek Rae's#100; Available for purchase at Amazon.com*.
More info at www.benjaminverdery.com

David Pritchard

Velocity

Pattern 6 [5:30]

Molecular Music#10014
sdragon.home.cyberverse.com/pritchard

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

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