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Episode #797

Vaults: Live Horns and Guitars

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Monday, August 15, 2005

From a New Sounds Live concert at Town Hall first broadcast in 1992, hear music from Bach to rock, with stops at jazz, surf music in between, as well as some serious funk horn-playing on this From the Vaults edition of the show. First off, Saturday Night Live band member and Tower of Power horn section headmaster Lenny Pickett leads the Borneo Horns, laying down some sweet funk-a-licious groove. The second half of the show contains none other than the California Guitar Trio, as introduced by the venerable leader of the Guitar Craft school and rock guitarist Robert Fripp.

PROGRAM #797, From New Sounds Live (First aired on 2/27/92)

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Lenny Pickett and The Borneo Horns

live

"#24"{5:30}
"23"{5:00}
"Radio Mystery Blues"{5:00}
“Alex Foster" {5:30}

Lenny Pickett's CD, "With The Borneo Horns," is Hannibal #7001. Out of print, but try Amazon.com*

The California Guitar Trio

live

Lams: Wendy'sTune" {1:30}
Moriya:"Melrose Avenue"{2:00}
Bach:"Ricercar" {5:00}
Spickard-Carmen:"Pipeline"{2:00}
Bach:"Corrente" {1:30}
Richards:"Blockhead" {2:00}
Fripp:"The Moving Force"{2:30}
Bach:"Fugue in Dm"{4:30}
Rollins:"Tenor Madness"{1:30}

California Guitar Trio’s site is www.cgtrio.com

Guitar Craft site : www.guitarcraft.com

Most recordings available at www.disciplineglobalmobile.com

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

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Comments [1]

spike from Heidelberg Germany

Thankyou, I'm so grateful to you for making this program freely available, regards - spike

Dec. 01 2007 09:43 AM

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