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Episode #2410

Musical Storytellers

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Saturday, April 21, 2007

For this New Sounds, read the titles and guess the theme of the show. Hear music by Neil Rolnick, and his “The Real Thief of Baghdad,” along with a work by Mikel Rouse entitled “A President up My Sleeve.” Plus, listen to Phil Kline's settings of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's unintentional poetry, “Three Rumsfeld Songs” and more.

PROGRAM # 2410, musical storytellers, with Rinde Eckert & Jerry Granelli (First aired 5/9/05)

ARTIST(S) RECORDING CUT(S) SOURCE
Phil Kline Zippo Songs Rumsfeld Songs: That Many Vases [1:30]
As We Know [2:30]
Cantaloupe Music #21019** www.cantaloupemusic.com*
Neil Rolnick Shadow Quartet The Real Thief of Baghdad [5:00] Innova #631.
www.innova.mu
Mikel Rouse Music for Minorities A President Up My Sleeve [3:30] Exit Recordings, #1007. Available soon from I-Tunes, or info at www.mikelrouse.com
Jerry Granelli, with Rinde Eckert Sandhills Reunion Like A Ghost In the Grass [4:00]
Nolan [7:00]
Last Light [5:30]
Songlines #1553** www.songlines.com*
Nancy King & Glen Moore Cliff Dance I’ll Come Back To You [6:00] Justice #0803. Seems to be out of print.
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