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Episode #2707

Bang On A Can Marathon 2007, Part 4

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Monday, October 06, 2008

From the 2007 Bang on a Can Marathon recorded live at the World Financial Center, hear David M Gordon's "Friction Systems," along with Marcello Zarvos' work "Arrival and Memory" on this edition of New Sounds. There's also instrumental music by indie-rockers Yo La Tengo and underground rapper/DJs Dalek. Plus, the Bang On A Can All-Stars play Brian Eno.

PROGRAM #2707: From the 2007 Bang on a Can Marathon Tues 8-28-07

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Eighth Blackbird

Bang on a Can Marathon, June 2& 3, 2007, World Financial Center's Winter Garden

David M. Gordon: Friction Systems [13:30]

This performance not commercially available, but check www.eighthblackbird.com for more info.

Ethel

Marcelo Zarvos: Memory [13:00]

This performance not commercially available, but check www.ethelcentral.com for more info.

Timbila

Timbila Music #1 [3:00]

This performance not commercially available, but check www.myspace.com/timbila for more info. OR www.tribalsoundz.com

Yo La Tengo

The Sea Horse, excerpt [9:30]

This performance not commercially available, but check www.yolatengo.com for more info.

Dälek

Songs From Abandoned Language [6:30]

This performance not commercially available, but check their label's site, Ipecac www.ipecac.com for more info. OR www.deadverse.com

Bang on a Can All-Stars

Brian Eno: Music for Airports, Pt. 1, excerpt [7:30]

www.bangonacan.org for more info.


For information on the 2007 Marathon, see www.bangonacan.org/marathon

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