Episode #2212

Program #2212

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Monday, July 19, 2004

Coming up on this edition of the show, we're serving up pop songs – New Sounds-style. Listen to Finland’s premier jazz group, Trio Toykeat (their name means “rude ones”) doing David Bowie’s Starman, while pickin’ whizzes Sam Bush (who has played mandolin on the records of everyone from Allison Krauss to Garth Brooks) and David Grisman (Jerry Garcia’s occasional sidekick in a project called Old & In The Way) do a bluegrass cover of of Sam & Dave’s soul classic “Hold On, I’m Comin’”. Plus, hear versions of Radiohead songs by Christopher O’Riley, Russell Donnellon, and others.

PROGRAM # 2212, Pop Songs, New Sounds-style (First aired on Tues, 11/4/03)





Trio Töykeät

High Standards

Starman [6:30]

Blue Note Records; due for release shortly.


The Lost and Found 2nd Edition

Wish You Were Here [4:30]

Instinct #612.** or

Bang On A Can All-Stars

New Sounds Live, Merkin Hall, 4/11/02

Born to Be Wild [4:30]

Not commercially released. For more info on Bang On A Can:

Sam Bush & David Grisman

Hold On, We're Strummin'

Hold On, I'm Comin' [4:30]

Acoustic Disc #54** *


Who the Sky Betrays

The Tourist [6:30]

Headfullabrains #0004** *

Christopher O'Riley

True Love Waits - Songs of Radiohead

Airbag [4:00]

Sony Classical #87321** *

Russell Donnellon

New Sounds Live, NY Guitar Festival, 92nd St. Y, 1/20/02

Karma Police [3:30]

Not commercially available.

Christopher O'Riley

True Love Waits - Songs of Radiohead

Karma Police [4:30]

See above.

Phil Kline

New Sounds Live, the Kitchen, 12/6/00

Into The Fire, part 2 (I Only Have Eyes For You) [8:30]

Not commercially available. Info at

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

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