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Episode #2060

Program #2060

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Saturday, June 12, 2004

The multifaceted vocalist Sarah Pillow is equally at home in jazz settings like the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland; at avant-garde hotspots like the Kitchen and the Knitting Factory; and with the New York Philharmonic in its celebration of Stephen Sondheim’s 70th birthday. Her latest recording, "Nuove Musiche," is a rock-jazz-alternative album based on 17th-century melodies and texts, and features guitarist John Goodsall and bassist Percy Jones, founders of the progressive jazz-rock band Brand X. We hear excerpts from her recent visit to the WNYC studios.

PROGRAM #2060 With Sarah Pillow, live (First aired on 7/25/02)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Dead Can Dance

 

A Passage In Time

Saltarello [2:30]

Rykodisc #20215**
www.rykodisc.com

Estampie

Crusaders

Seigneurs, Sachiez [3:00]
Imperator Rex Graecorum [5:00]

Christophorus #77183**
MusiContact GmbH
Helikon
Heuauerweg 21
69124 Heidelberg
Germany

Sarah Pillow

Live

Amarilli Mia Bella [4:30]
Exulta Filia Sion [6:0]
The Fatal Hour [4:30]

All available on Pillow's CD "Nuove Musiche"
Buckyball #007
www.buckyballmusic.com

Estampie

Crusaders

Chanterai Pour Mon Corage [6:00]

See above.

John Potter, John Surman, et al

In Darkness Let Me Dwell - The John Dowland Project

Come Heavy Sleep [4:30]

ECM#1697
www.ecmrecords.com

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

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