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Episode #2211

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Friday, July 16, 2004

Spooky stuff is in store on this New Sounds program. Hear an hour of musical ghost stories for the campfire, featuring portraits of vampires, devilish hauntings, and spiritual encounters. There’s music from Gary Lucas’ uncanny score for the silent film “The Golem”, “The Vampire’s Ball”, an eerie song by Iva Bittova, and Phil Kline’s “Premonition”, a work for 25 boombox tape players. Plus, hear Byrne and Eno’s “The Jezebel Spirit”, and more ghoulish fare.

PROGRAM #2211, New Sounds for Halloween (First aired on 10/31/03)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

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SOURCE

Phil Kline

Glow in the Dark

Premonition [6:00]

CRI #801 Out of print. Try Amazon.com*

Iva Bittova

Iva Bittova

Vampire's Ball [7:30]

Nonesuch #79455** www.nonesuch.com OR Amazon.com*

David Byrne & Brian Eno

My Life In the Bush of Ghosts

The Jezebel Spirit [4:00]

Sire/Warner Bros #45374**
Amazon.com*

Ron Nagorcka

Devils of the Night

Devils of the Night [4:00]

Move #3259
www.move.com.au

Philip Glass

Dracula

Dracula Enters [4:00]
Dr. Van Helsing and Dracula [2:30]

Nonesuch #79542** www.nonesuch.com OR Amazon.com*

Clubfoot Orchestra

New Sounds Live, World Financial Center, Jan. 2001

Nosferatu, excerpt [5:00]

This performance not commercially available. Info at www.clubfoot.com

Gary Lucas

Skeletons at the Feast

The Golem, excerpt [6:00]

Enemy #126 Try www.garylucas.com

Nora York

Private CD

She Moved Through the Fair [3:00]

Not commercially available. Info at www.norayork.com

The Tiger Lilies

The Gorey End

Weeping Chandelier [3:00]

EMI #57513
www.tigerlilies.com

Ry Cooder et al.

Tales From the Crypt

Man Who Was Death [1:00]

Giant #24462**
Amazon.com*

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

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