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Episode #2095

Guitar Fesitval: World Blues

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Friday, October 14, 2005

Uptown and Downtown, the New Sounds Live/New York Guitar Festival 2002 covered plenty of fertile ground, musical and otherwise. Performances from Joe's Pub and the 92nd St. Y take center stage, beginning with duets performed by guitarist Justin Adams and percussionist Salah Dawson Miller. Another series of duets features acoustic guitarist/composer Artie Traum and slide guitarist Cindy Cashdollar (the rollicking "Dark Road Blues" and "Dixie Pig BBQ Blues"). Rounding out the program is a show-stopping performance by multi-instrumentalist Elliot Sharp.

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

PROGRAM # 2095 from the New Sounds Live/New York Guitar Festival series
(First aired on Friday, November 8, 2002)

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Justin Adams with Salah Dawson Miller

NS Live, 9/24/02, Joe's Pub

Wayward [3:00]
Percussion Duet [1:30]
Abdul Qadeer [5:00]
Out Of The Woods [4:30]
Wayfaring Stranger [3:00]
You're Gonna Reap Just What You Sow [3:00]

These performances not commercially available.
Justin Adams' CD "Desert Road" is on World Village #468009
www.worldvillagemusic.com

More info about Adams at www.justinadams.co.uk

Elliott Sharp

NS Live, 10/3/02, 92nd St. Y

How Takoma Records Ruined My Life [16:00]

Not commercially available. Sharp's blues-inspired CD "Yellowman" is on zOaR ZCD 021 www.algonet.se

Cindy Cashdollar & Artie Traum

NS Live, 10/3/02, 92nd St. Y

Dark Road Blues [5:00]
Dixie Pig BBQ Blues [4:00]

These performances not commercially available. Find Traum's CDs at www.artietraum.com Check out Cindy's videos at www.homespuntapes.com

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

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