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Episode #135

New Sounds Program 135-The Undead

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Wednesday, October 05, 1988

Music from Amarcord Nino Rota, Terry Riley, Mark Isham, Gary Sloan, and Merchant/Ivory.

PROGRAM #135, The Undead (First aired on 10/5/1988)


ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Freeman/Abrams/ Sahl/Stein

Amarcord Nino Rota

"La Dolce Vita"

Hannibal 9301. Out of print. But try auction sites or Amazon.com*

Terry Riley

No Man's Land

"Jewel Movement"
"Blue Anthem"
"Medusa's Refrain"

Plainisphare #1267-17. Out of print, but info at www.terryriley.com

Mark Isham

The Moderns

"Les Modernes"

Virgin 90922 Out of print, but try Amazon.com*

Gary Sloan

Nightraid

"Nightraid"

Boogie-Til-Dawn No confirmed contact information. Possibly try deltaboogie.com/garysloan

Merchant/Ivory Productions

25th Anniversary

Satyajit Ray: "Shakespeare Wallah"

RCA Victor #6658 Out of Print LP, but try Musicweb.com

Ennio Morricone

Film Music: The Collection, Vol. 1

"On Earth As It Is In Heaven (The Mission)"

Virgin 90674, download from rhapsody.com. Also available as a complete soundtrack on "The Mission" Amazon.com*

L. Rosenthal/t. de Hartmann

Meetings with Remarkable Men

"The Great Prayer"

Varese-Sarabande #STV-81129, reissued on Citadel records. Try Amazon.com*

Simon Fisher-Turner

Caravaggio- sound sketches for Michele of the Shadows

"The Hills of Abruzzi"
"The Dog Star"
"How Blue Sky Was"

Cherry Red Rec's, #ACME-6. Out of print, but other Fisher-Turner releases are available at www.cherryred.co.uk

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Comments [1]

Kanoi Roberson from Massachusetts

I WOULD APPRECIATE A COPY OF THE PLAYLIST OF "THE NEW SOUNDS PROGRAM 135-THE UNDEAD"

THE "UNDEAD" SEGMENTS ARE THE BEST

WELL DONE EVERYDAY

THANK YOU,

KANOI

Oct. 26 2007 03:05 PM

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