Episode #2093

Guitar Tribute: George Harrison

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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

New Sounds continues its revisiting of the 2002 New York Guitar Festival with a tribute to the late George Harrison, recorded live at Merkin Hall. Titled after his 1970 multidisc solo epic, "All Things Must Pass," the program features a long list of guest performers, including Vernon Reid; Steve Bernstein and Sex Mob; guitarist/composer Wolfgang Muthspiel (performing "My Sweet Lord"); and guitarist Joel Harrison with saxophonist Dave Liebman, accordionist Tony Cedras, bassist Stephan Crump, percussionist Jamey Haddad and vocalist Raz Kennedy.

View exclusive photos from the 2002 New York Guitar Festival, or read more on this program.

PROGRAM # 2093 from the New Sounds Live/New York Guitar Festival series:
All Things Must Pass - A Tribute to George Harrison (First aired on Wednesday, November 6, 2002)





Wolfgang Muthspiel

NS Live, 9/26/02, Merkin Hall

My Sweet Lord [3:00]

This performance not commercially available. Visit Muthspiel's website at*

Sex Mob, with David Tronzo

NS Live, 9/26/02, Merkin Hall

Medley: Beware Of Darkness/Blue Jay Way/Dark Horse [18:00]

This performance not commercially available. Sex Mob's CDs are in better stores**. More info about Sex Mob at their site:
Tronzo has played with many artists, and has his own trio record on the Knitting Factory* label. Tronzo's site is*

Joel Harrison Ensemble, featuring Dave Liebman

NS Live, 9/26/02, Merkin Hall

Art of Dying [8:30]

This performance not commercially available. CDs are available through Harrison's site at*. Info about Liebman is at*

Vernon Reid Ensemble, with Richard Barone

NS Live, 9/26/02, Merkin Hall

Prelude [6:00]
Living In the Material World [12:00]

This performance not commercially available. His latest CD, as the Yohimbe Brothers (with DJ Logic), is called "Front End Lifter" on the Ropadope label**. His last solo CD "Mistaken Identity" is in better stores**. Reid's complete discography is at

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

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