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Episode #2404

Radiohead Revisited

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Saturday, April 07, 2007

The English rock band Radiohead has attracted an unusual amount of attention from other-than-rock musicians. On this edition of New Sounds, listen to arrangements of their songs by Christopher O’Riley, Brad Mehldau, Geoff Keezer, Russell Donnellon, and a Radiohead piece built on a sample of electronic music by composer Paul Lansky.

PROGRAM # 2404, Radiohead Revisited (First aired on Tues., 4/26/05)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Radiohead

Kid A

The National Anthem, excerpt [1:30]

Capitol #27753** Available at Amazon.com

Christopher O’Riley

Hold Me To This

Paranoid Android [5:30]

World Village #468034** www.worldvillagemusic.com *

The Section Quartet

No Electricity Required

No Surprises [3:00]

Quietstreet, no #. Available at www.cdbaby.com
More info at www.thesection.net

Christopher O’ Riley

Hold Me To This

No Surprises [3:30]
How I Made My Millions [3:30]

See above.

Russell Donnellon

Live, 92nd St. Y, 1/20/02, New York Guitar Festival

Karma Police [3:00]

Not commercially available.

Geoff Keezer

Zero One

Let Down/ Hypnagong [5:00]

Dreyfus Records #36703 www.dreyfusrecords.com *

The Section Quartet

No Electricity Required

Just [3:00]

See above.

Paul Lansky

Mild und Leise

Excerpt [1:30]

Available as an mp3 on Paul’s site, http://silvertone.princeton.edu

Radiohead

Kid A

Idioteque [5:00]

See above.

Paul Lansky

Mild und Leise

Excerpt [2:30]

See above.

Brad Mehldau

Live In Tokyo

Paranoid Android, excerpt [5:00]

Nonesuch #79853**
www.nonesuch.com

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