Episode #2422

Daniel Lanois and Belladonna

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Sunday, May 27, 2007

Daniel Lanois, the guitarist, singer, songwriter and award-winning uber-producer (Peter Gabriel, U2, Bob Dylan, Dashboard Confessional)visits the studio for this edition of New Sounds. He’ll be presenting music from his most recent release, “Belladonna,” an instrumental album with a low-key atmospheric feel, akin to the ambient soundscapes he recorded with fellow studio guru Brian Eno in the 1980s. Anchored by Lanois’ pedal-steel guitar playing, “Belladonna” also features guest musicians, including pianist Brad Mehldau and drummer Brian Blade (Dylan, Joni Mitchell.)

PROGRAM # 2422, with Daniel Lanois (First aired on Mon., 6/6/05)





Brian Eno, with Daniel Lanois and Roger Eno

Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks

Deep Blue Day [4:00]

Editions EG #ENO-5, recently reissued by Astralwerks and available in stores** or at and other online sources.

Daniel Lanois


As Tears Roll By [3:30]

Anti #86661** *

Daniel Lanois


Flametop Green [3:30]

Anti #86767** same as above.

Daniel Lanois


Panorama [2:30]

Also on the CD Belladonna.
See above.

Daniel Lanois


Agave [4:30]
Two Worlds [2:00]

See above.

Daniel Lanois


Carla [2:00]

Also on the CD Belladonna, see above.

Daniel Lanois


Desert Rose [2:00]
Todos Santos [5:30]

See above.

The Campbell Brothers

Can You Feel It?

Amazing Grace [5:00]

Ropeadope #tba. To be released on June 21, 2005.

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Comments [1]

hrh from tehran-iran

Daniel Lanois is a household name. I dig his music big time!

Thanks JS!


May. 27 2007 06:02 PM

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