Episode #2023

Program #2023

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Saturday, February 28, 2004

Drummers who compose: they're a flourishing breed, and the subject of this installment of New Sounds. Among today's leading drummer/composers is Bobby Previte, who frequently records with such figures as John Zorn, Marty Ehrlich, and the New York Composers Orchestra. He's also devoted his talents to film and opera scores. John Hollenbeck has an equally varied musical background, and his "Foreva" with its exotic rhythms and wordless vocals suggests the music of Don Cherry. Other highlights include Los Angeles-based Alex Cline, who has won acclaim for his latest release, "The Constant Flame," and the multi-stylistic skins players, Jack DeJohnette and Glen Velez.

PROGRAM # 2023, drummer/composers (First aired on 3/20/02)





John Hollenbeck

The Claudia Quintet

Meinetwegen, excerpt [1:30]

CRI/Blueshift #2004** *

John Hollenbeck

Quartet Lucy

Foreva [6:30] Dreams for Tomorrow [3:30]

Vira-Folha [4:30]

CRI/Blueshift #2003. Same as above.

Bobby Previte

The 23 Constellations of Joan Miro

Sunrise [3:00] Women at the Beach [2:00] Women at the Border of a Lake Irradiated by the Passage of a Swan [2:00] The Beautiful Bird Revealing the Unknown to a Pair of Lovers [2:30]

Tzadik #7072** , or *

Bob Moses & Tisziji Munoz

Love Everlasting

The Lioness, excerpt [8:30]

Amulet #003.

John Surman/Jack De Johnette

Invisible Nature

Ganges Groove [6:30]

ECM #1796** *

Alex Cline Ensemble

The Constant Flame

Paramita [5:30]

Cryptogramophone #110**

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