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Episode #877

Vaults: New Sounds in Frankfurt

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Friday, August 05, 2005

Listen to performances from the Women of the Calabash, a trio of women who drum, dance and sing, on this New Sounds program from the vaults. Recorded on location in Frankfurt, Germany during the 1992 New Sounds Live concert series, the Women of the Calabash shared the bill with the Turtle Island String Quartet, and pianist Henry Butler. Hear a set from the Quartet, and then stay tuned for the grand finale jamboree featuring all three artists.
» Sara Fishko's Hour with Henry Butler
» More about the Women of the Calabash
» More about the Turtle Island String Quartet

PROGRAM #877: "From the New Sounds Live Concerts in Frankfurt" (First aired 10-15-92)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Women of the Calabash

Live

"Chin Chin Chere"{2:00}
"Pamporo Trio"{2:00}
"Ngosi Sikelele Afrika"{3:30}
"Drali"{6:00}
"Coming Home"{5:30}

Women of the Calabash have a CD out, “The Kwanzaa Album.” It’s available at Amazon.com, CDBaby.com and at www.kwanzaaalbum.com

Turtle Island String Quartet

Live

Rain Dance {6:00}
Spider Dreams {5:00}
Skylife{7:00}

TISQ's discography is online: www.tisq.com
Their latest release is on Telarc, and available at www.telarc.com

Henry Butler, TISQ, & Women of the Calabash

Live

When The Saints Go Marching In {5:00}

Henry Butler’s recordings are widely available**
More at www.henrybutler.com
See also Sara Fishko’s recent “An Hour with Henry Butler,” www.wnyc.org/music/articles/44668

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

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