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Episode #2266

Guitar Marathon

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Friday, February 11, 2005

Listen to highlights from the New Sounds Live/New York Guitar Festival's biannual Guitar Marathon at the 92nd Street Y, Part 3 of 3. This edition of New Sounds includes performances by the Newman/ Oltman Guitar Duo, David Cullen, Russell Malone, Dominic Frasca, David Torn, and Patty Larkin.

Click here to view a slideshow of this New Sounds Live day-long event.

PROGRAM # 2266, From The 2004 GuitarMarathon, #3 (First aired on 3/24/04)

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David Cullen

Live, The NY Guitar Festival/ New Sounds Live Guitar Marathon, 1/25/04, at the 92nd Street Y

Sugaree [4:00]

Cullen's CDs and books are online at www.cullenguitar.com

Patty Larkin

Open Hand [2:30]
Wolf at the Door [4:30]
When [2:00]

Larkin has numerous CDs* See www.pattylarkin.com**

Russell Malone Hand-Told Stories [4:30]

Malone's CD with pianist Benny Green, Jazz At The Bistro, is Telarc #83560**, www.telarc.com

David Torn Mee-Krob [7:00] Info about Torn at www.splattercell.com
Dominic Frasca Fixations [3:30]
Marc Mellits: Lefty's Elegy [2:00]
Shattered Glass [6:30]
Frasca's upcoming CD is called Shattered Glass and has not yet been released. Contact Frasca for CDs at onacidicfarms@hotmail.com

Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo

Michael Karmon: Caught in the Headlights, Pt. 3 & 4 [4:30]

Not yet commercially recorded. For info on other Newman/Oltman CDs, go to www.guitarduo.com*

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

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