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Episode #2569

New Sounds Live Post-rocks Part II

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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Bassoon rock. Chamber jazz. Delicate drums. Paradoxes or Post-Rock? That's for you to enjoy and if you like, decide, on this edition of New Sounds. Recorded from a recent New Sounds Live event at Merkin Hall, listen to concert hall instruments doing the rock thing, rock instruments plucked and finessed in something of a classical vein, and experimental music veering in a jazz improv way. This is part two of the concert, where you can hear some of each set of music from the Kentucky ensemble Rachel’s and NY-based group Clogs, plus a special encore tune.

PROGRAM #2569, From NS Live at Merkin Hall (First aired on Thurs. 7/13/06)

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Rachel’s

New Sounds Live, May 25, 2006

F# Haze / Wind Up Bird / *Water From the Same Source [15:00]

*Appears on Systems/Layers CD (QS75) Info on Rachel’s at www.southern.net
And discography at www.rachelsband.com

Clogs

2:3:5 [6:00] Canon [4:00] 5/4 [3:00] Voisins [3:00]

All of these tunes appear on the Clogs’ record, “Lantern.” Brassland #010 www.brassland.org* Info at www.clogsmusic.com

Rachel’s

A French Galleasse [7:00]

Appears on "Selenography" Quarterstick 55
Info on Rachel’s at www.southern.net

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Comments [1]

jennifer Kitzer from New York

I was just looking for some music on the radio. I kept thinking this is so pretty what is it? I am making coffee just stay awake and listen to this or maybe I should fall asleep and dream to it. Sincerely Jennifer

Jul. 13 2008 11:26 PM

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