Episode #999

From the Vaults: Stewart Copeland

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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

For this New Sounds From the Vaults, listen to a 1993 program with drummer and composer Stewart Copeland. On this show, he talks about the film scores he'd been working on at the time, some of the field recordings he'd made in Africa, and some of the incriminating side projects he'd put out while with his band the Police.

PROGRAM #999 with Stewart Copeland (First aired on Monday, 6/21/91)





Stewart Copeland

Wall Street

Bird Fight {1:30}

Varese Sarabande Try

Highlander 2

Excerpt {2:30}

Edel America Try

private tape

Solcheeka {9:00}

Not commercially available but see Stewart's site:

The Rhythmatist

Koteja {3:30}
Samburu Sunset {6:00}

A&M #5084. Try

Private tape

The Case of Amontillado, excerpt [6:30]

Not commercially available

Noah's Ark

The End & The Beginning [4:00]

Lightyear Records #5101

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