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Episode #2021

Program #2021

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Saturday, January 24, 2004

It’s Part five of the New Sounds Live/New York Guitar Festival Marathon Concert, a nine-hour extravaganza recorded in January 2002 at the 92 Street Y. The program consists entirely of "covers." Electric guitarist Russell Donnellon, who uses elements of jazz and flamenco, teases out inner harmonic lines from Radiohead's "Karma Police." Michael Manring plays Bach and The Beatles on electric bass guitar; The Brazilian Guitar Quartet also plays Bach; while the Andy Summers Trio peels through the Monk and sails across Mingus. Monk is also in Alex De Grassi’s set. Finally, Bill Sims, Jr. does Hank Williams’s "Jambalaya."
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PROGRAM # 2021, from the NY Guitar Festival Marathon Concert (First aired on 3/15/02)

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Andy Summers Trio

New Sounds Live, the New York Guitar Festival Marathon, January 20, 2002, at the 92nd Street Y

T. Monk: Green Chimneys [8:00]

Summers' CDs include Peggy's Blue Skylight, which features Mingus's work; Green Chimneys, which features Monk's music; and The Last Dance of Mr. X. All are in stores** or online.*

Michael Manring

The Beatles: Get Back Medley [4:30]

Manring's CD Book of Flame is available online*. Further info at www.manthing.com

The Brazilian Guitar Quartet

Bach: Overture & Fugue, Suite #3 [6:30]

Info at www.brazilianguitarquartet.com

Russell Donnellon

Radiohead: Karma Police [3:00]

Not commercially available.

Bill Sims Jr.

H.Williams: Jambalaya [2:00]

Not commercially recorded. Sims' CD is available at www.billsimsjr.com

Alex De Grassi

G. Gershwin: It Ain't Necessarily So [4:30]

Appears on De Grassi's CD Bolivian Blues Bar,** on Narada Records (www.narada.com*)

Andy Summers Trio

T. Monk: Round Midnight [7:00]

C. Mingus: Tonight At Noon [8:30]

See above. www.baltcons.com/ronn.htm

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