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Episode #2206

Tin Hat Trio Live

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Sunday, August 07, 2005

Up on this New Sounds is a program featuring music performed by the Tin Hat Trio, together and apart, recorded live at Merkin Hall in September 2003. Hear twisted chamber-punk snippet songs from Tin Hat violinist Carla Kihlstedt and her band, along with tangos from klez-land and other tunes by the trio's brilliant keyboardist, Rob Burger, and his extraordinary ensemble. Also look forward to performances by the full trio - joined by their guitarist Mark Orton - from this New Sounds Live concert.

PROGRAM #2206 from New Sounds Live (Monday, 10-20-03)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

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SOURCE

Tin Hat Trio

New Sounds Live at Merkin Hall, 9/18/03

Fountain Of Youth [4:30]

This recording not commercially available, but the tune appears on Helium,
Angel/EMI #56935** www.tinhattrio.com

Rob Burger

The Couch Episode [3:30]
Arturo The Aqua Boy [4:00]
Storyteller [4:00]

This recording not commercially available, but the cuts are on Rob's CD, Lost Photograph Tzadik #7170** www.tzadik.com *

Tin Hat Trio

Nickel Mountain [5:30]
Bill [4:30]

This recording not commercially available, but the tune appears on The Rodeo Eroded
Rope-A-Dope #93134 www.ropeadope.com

Carla Kihlstedt

Hold My Own [5:30]
Borrowed Arms [5:30]
Octopus [4:30]

This recording not commercially available, but Carla's CD, Two Foot Yard is on
Tzadik #7706**
www.tzadik.com
*

Mark Orton

The Land Of Dark, excerpt [1:30]

Not commercially available.

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

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