Episode #2251

Let It Slide

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Sunday, December 18, 2005

From the New Sounds Live concerts, hear music for slide guitar by four different artists, recorded live at Merkin Hall at the New York Guitar Festival in February of 2004. Listen to performances by lap steel player/producer/singer/songwriter Daniel Lanois, eclectic acoustic slide and steel guitar player Cindy Cashdollar, musical historian/archeologist of the slide guitar, Bob Brozman, and downtowny-experimental soulful slide guitar player David Tronzo.

PROGRAM # 2251, Let It Slide - Music for Slide Guitars from New Sounds Live
(First aired on Thurs. 2/19/04)





Dave Tronzo & Daniel Lanois

New Sounds Live/New York Guitar Festival, Merkin Hall, Feb. 3, 2004

Improvisation on "Drifting" [3:00]

A version of this piece may appear on Lanois'next solo album. See for more info.

Cindy Cashdollar w/Bob Brozman

Steel Guitar Rag [3:30]
Tahitian Skies [3:00]
Little Green Pill [3:30]

Cindy's CD release is called Slide Show. Available at

Daniel Lanois

JJ Leaves LA [3:30]
Panorama [3:00]
Danny Boy [2:00]

"JJ Leaves LA" is on Lanois' CD "Shine"***

Bob Brozman

Jinx Blues-Hop [4:30]
Hawaiian Heat Waves Medley [4:30]

For recordings and info see

Dave Tronzo, Daniel Lanois, Bob Brozman, Cindy Cashdollar

You Are My Sunshine [5:30]

Not commercially available.

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

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