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Episode #2469

October 2005 New Releases

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Monday, October 31, 2005

It's the most wonderful time of the month - new releases! On this New Sounds program, listen to the pick of the piles. There'll probably be new music by Bob Brozman, Forastiere, Robert Ashley, and with any luck, a selection or two from the Spoken Hand Percussion Orchestra, among others. Perhaps we'll also hear something from the forthcoming Wilco double live release "Kicking Television: Live in Chicago."

PROGRAM # 2469 New Releases, October 2005 (First aired on Mon. 10/31/05)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

John Luther Adams

Strange And Sacred Noise

Clusters on A Quadrilateral Grid, Pt. 1 [8:30]

Mode #153** www.mode.com*

Fritz Hauser

Deep Time

Version 1, excerpt [7:00]

Deep Listening #32-2005 www.deeplistening.org*

AB2 – Bill Banfield & Tim Adams

Journeys

Journeys [4:30]

Albany #Troy-793 ** www.albanyrecords.com

Forastiere

Circolare

Circolare [5:00]

3 Lune Records, no # www.trelunerecords.it

Jason Vieaux

Images of Metheny

Every Day (I Thank You) [9:00]

Azica #71233** www.azica.com*

Central Park Summer Stage

Live from the heart of the city

Susanna Baca: Molino Molero [5:00]

Circular Moves #7018 ** Available for purchase at Amazon.com*

Wilco

Kicking Television – Live In Chicago

I Am Trying To Break Your Heart [6:00]

Nonesuch #79903, 2 CDs **, Due out Nov. 15th, 2005 www.nonesuch.com*


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