Episode #2401

A Private Reel

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Monday, April 18, 2005

It’s another in the series of programs on New Sounds called “A Private Reel,” featuring live performances from the WNYC studio. This time, hear music originally recorded for other WNYC programs: Omar Sosa & Mino Cinelu from the afternoon program Soundcheck, The Warsaw Village Band from “The Next Big Thing,” Tibetan singer Yungchen Lhamo from "Soundcheck," Mariana Sadovska from “Studio 360,” and Maggie & Suzzy Roche from “Soundcheck.”

PROGRAM # 2401, from WNYC Live performances (First aired on Mon., 4/18/05)





Warsaw Village Band

Live, WNYC’s “The Next Big Thing,” 3/05

Four Horses [4:30]
Red Apple [4:00]

WVB has two CDs, both available in stores or online at *

Mariana Sadovska

Live, WNYC’s “Studio 360,” 2/05

O davno, davno [5:00]

Not available.

Yungchen Lhamo

Live, WNYC’s “Soundcheck,” 2/05

September 11 [2:30]

This song not available, but Lhamo has two CDs on Real World Records, in stores and online at

Suzzy and Maggie Roche

Live, WNYC’s “Soundcheck,” 2/05

Jesus Shaves [4:00]

This version unavailable. Original version by Paranoid Larry, available at The Roches have numerous CDs in stores and online.


Live, WNYC’s “Soundcheck,” 3/05

Nights In White Satin [5:00]

Also on her CD, “Deirdre,” in stores** or online at *

Phillip Johnston Quartet

Live, WNYC’s “Soundcheck,” 12/04

Flying [2:00]
Despair [2:30]

Not available. Info on Johnston’s CDs is at *

Omar Sosa and Minu Cinelu

Live, WNYC’s “Soundcheck,” 3/05

2 improvisations [3:30 + 3:00]

Not available. Sosa’s CDs are available at

Edgar Meyer, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush

Live, WNYC’s “Soundcheck,” 3/04

From Ankara to Ismir [5:30]

Not available. Douglas’s MP3 version is at Meyer’s CDs include A Short Trip Home, Appalachian Waltz, and Appalachian Journey, all online at *

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

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