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Episode #2393

Live Crafty Guitars

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Saturday, March 03, 2007

On this edition of New Sounds, listen to an in-studio performance by the group Zum, an international guitar ensemble consisting of members of Robert Fripp’s League of Crafty Guitarists. The members of ZUM have been working in Guitar Craft for nearly a decade and have a knack for gorgeous and dynamic arrangements of works by Astor Piazzolla, the Beatles, and a wide range inbetween. Also on the program, there’s music from Bigtime, another international group who have worked in Guitar Craft, (they would have joined us live too, but for visa troubles), and more.

PROGRAM #2393, Zum, live (First aired on March 29, 2005)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Robert Fripp & The League of Crafty Guitarists

Live II

The Moving Force [2:00]

Guitar Craft #002 www.disciplineglobalmobile.com for info, but the CD might be out of print.

Bigtime

The Ballroom and The Lounge

Armando’s Rhumba [2:30]
La Yumba [4:00]
The Heart Asks Pleasure First [2:00]
Yo Vengo a Ofrecer mi Corazon [2:30]

Disk Union # 03003 www.bigtime.com.ar The CD is also available at www.disciplineglobalmobile.com

Zum

Live

Lo que Vendra [3:30]
KM11 [1:30]
Teddy Bear [2:00]
I’ve JustSeen Her Face [1:30]

These performances not commercially available, but Zum’s CD is Disk Union # 03001
www.zumguitars.com

Europa String Choir

The Starving Moon

Sermon on the Mount [3:30]
The Saving Grace [3:00]
Bach: Prelude, Cello Suite #1 [3:30]

Discipline # DGM 9509 www.disciplineglobalmobile.com

Seattle Guitar Circle

Twilight

Invocation [2:30]

Ballistic Music #9901 www.seattlecircle.com

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