Episode #2794

New Releases April 2008

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Wednesday, April 30, 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...

PROGRAM #2794, April 2008 New Releases (First aired on Wednesday, 4-30-08)





Bill Frisell

History, Mystery

Probability Cloud [1:00]

Nonesuch #400039

Paul Bailey

Retrace Our Steps

Act I [5:00]

William Brittelle

Mohair Time Warp

Hieroglyphics Baby [7:00]

New Amsterdam Records #007

Bill Frisell

History, Mystery

Probability Cloud [5:00] Probability Cloud (Reprise) [1:30]

Nonesuch #400039

Hank Roberts


First [5:00]

Winter & Winter 910 141

Ketil Bjornstad / Terje Rypdal

Life in Leipzig

By the Fjord [3:00] The Sea IX [5:00]

ECM 2052

Marilyn Mazur & Jan Garbarek


Clear [3:00] Dunun Song [3:00]

ECM 1962


maybe they will sing for us tomorrow

Gold Star Mothers [6:30]

Darla 196

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Comments [3]

New Sounds Assistant from New York, NY


We will have podcasts available very soon, however, only of those shows for which we have painstakingly cleared the rights. This show is not scheduled to be one of them at the moment. Sorry about that. You CAN click on the listen link and stream the archive from your computer.

-the New Sounds Assistant

May. 02 2008 11:39 AM
Nelsonian4-D from NYC

I want a podcast of the show that aired last nite. I can't find it on this website, can you tell me where I can get it?

Apr. 30 2008 10:33 PM
George Bonanno from Manhattan

Throughly enjoyed Sunday's (4/27) show on the Arab lute. Thank you for introducing me to Homayun Sakhi. His playing is astounding!!

Apr. 30 2008 10:38 AM

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