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Episode #2771

New Releases February 2008

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Friday, February 29, 2008

It's that time again for the monthly program of new releases. John Schaefer picks through the bucketloads of CDs that have flooded his inbox to find new releases worthy of showcasing in tonight's program. Fact: a favorite game in the office is "Don't Tip the Waiter" making use of the stacks of CDs waiting for airplay on John's desk. However, after the visit from a Montreal-based documentarian Josh Freed, who filmed John's desk as part of "My Messy Life," the gaming has been replaced by cursing.

PROGRAM #2771, New Releases (First aired on Friday, 2-29-08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Prism Quartet

Pitch Black: Music for Saxophone By Jacob TV

Pitch Black [11:30]

Innova #693 **
www.innova.mu

Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin

Holon

Modul 41_17 [15:00]

ECM 2049 ** www.ecmrecords.com*

Amos Hoffman

Evolution

Exploration [5:30]

Razdaz #4606 www.razdazrecordz.com

Toumast

Ishumar

Innulamane [4:00]

Real World #884108-0143 ** www.realworldrecords.com

Umalali

The Garifuna Women’s Project

Nibari [3:30]

Cumbancha #6 www.cumbancha.com*

Toumani Diabate

The Mande Variations

Elyne Road, [3:00] excerpt

Nonesuch #433724** www.nonesuch.com

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Comments [1]

greg from riverhead ny

www.wnyc.org/shows/eveningmusic/episodes/2006/02/04
Labeled WNYC.org

I'd like to listen to the Recroding of Brick which you played 2 years ago and still not for sale yet.I'd love to get a copy of this recording... thx gd

Mar. 05 2008 11:41 PM

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