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Episode #2561

All Strung Up

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Friday, September 21, 2007

Up on this New Sounds program is a wide net of guitar music, from the Japanese/Argentine trio Zum to the neo-folk of Glenn Jones; along with the elegant compositions of Ralph Towner to the Persian-rooted guitar of Lily Afshar. The international guitar ensemble Zum consists of members of Robert Fripp’s League of Crafty Guitarists – who have been working in Guitar Craft for more than a decade. We’ll hear some arrangements from their second CD, just-released, called “Angel Suite.” Also, we’ll listen to the latest picking and playing slide from Boston-based Glenn Jones (guitarist and leader of Cul de Sac), in the fingerstyle tradition of one of his musical hero, John Fahey. And more.

PROGRAM # 2561, Music for Guitar (First aired on Mon., 6/19/06)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

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SOURCE

Ralph Towner

Time Line

If [4:30]

ECM #1968 www.ecmrecords.com*

Zum

Angel Suite

Piazzolla: La Muerte del Angel [4:00]
Beatles: Blackbird [2:30]
Piazzolla: Tango Apasionado [2:00]

Tomoe Records #ZUM 06002 www.zumguitars.com

Glenn Jones

This Is The Wind That Blows It Out

Sphinx Unto Curious Men [9:30]

Strange Attractors #024 www.strangeattractors.com *

Lily Afshar

Hemispheres

Garry Eister: Fantasia on a Traditional Persian Song [7:00]

Archer #31926 www.archer-records.com*

Ralph Towner

Time Line

Freeze Frame [5:00]

See above.

Lily Afshar

Hemispheres

Asik Veysel: Kara Toprak [3:30]

See above.

Various Artists: James Blackshaw

Imaginational Anthem, Vol. 2

River of Heaven [5:00]

Tompkins Square #1424** www.tompkinssquare.com *

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Comments [1]

Dennis Vogel from Somerset, NJ

John, did you know the New Sounds web page still has last Friday's show on it?

Dennis Vogel

Sep. 23 2007 11:11 PM

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