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Episode #2274

Program #2274

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Monday, April 19, 2004

On this edition of New Sounds, hear more highlights from this past season's New Sounds Live concert series at Merkin Hall. There are slide guitar works by Daniel Lanois along with a slide-guitar-plus-toys improvisation by Dave Tronzo. Plus, John King's "Shuffle", a work for electric string quartet, performed by the group Ethel.

PROGRAM # 2274, From New Sounds Live (Mon. 4-19-04)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

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SOURCE

Daniel Lanois & Dave Tronzo

New Sounds Live, Merkin Hall 2-3-04

Drifting [3:00]

Not commercially available.

Dave Tronzo

Improvisation [9:30]

Not commercially available, but some of his recordings are at www.omnitone.com

Daniel Lanois

Steel Blue Eyes [2:30]

Not commercially available.

Bob Brozman

Hammock Blues [4:00]

This performance not commercially available, but the tune appears on "Live Now", www.snazzyproductions.com

Ethel

New Sounds Live, Merkin Hall, 2-26-04

John King: Shuffle [5:00] From King's piece, "Sweet Hardwood"

This performance not commercially available. Sweet Hardwood is on Ethel's self-titled CD, CA21017, at www.cantaloupemusic.com

Chris Thomas King

Dirty South Hip Hop Blues

Revelations [5:00] Hard Time Killing Floor Blues [3:00]

21st Century Blues #2106
www.21cbrecords.com
,
www.christhomasking.com

Neil B. Rolnick

CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 7

A Robert Johnson Sampler [10:00]

Centaur #2047** www.centaurrecords.com

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

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