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Episode #2883

December 2008 New Releases

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Monday, January 05, 2009

For this New Sounds program, we finally get to the last batch of new releases from 2008. Look for the new release of Gavin Bryars played by Sentieri Selvaggi, something from post-rock outfit Mountains, perhaps a bit by the Celtic/Baltic/Sephardic-sounding Teslim, maybe some squonk-rock from Gutbucket, and maybe a little something from the new Jim Hall/Bill Frisell collaboration. And much more.

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PROGRAM # 2883, new releases, Dec. 08 (First aired on Mon 1-5-09) (First aired on 12-31-08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Fula Flute

Mansa America

Obama [5:30]

Mulatta/Completely Nuts Records #002 www.fulaflute.net

Marco Benevento

Me Not Me

Sing It Again [4:30]

Due Feb 3 on Royal Potato Family Records, see www.marcobenevento.com

Sentierri Selvaggi

Plays Gavin Bryars & Philip Glass

Bryars: Sub Rosa [8:30]

Digital download from Cantaloupe Records, www.cantaloupemusic.com*

Jim Hall & Bill Frisell/span>

Hemispheres

Bimini [4:30]

Artist Share #0079. www.artistshare.com

Twi The Humble Feather

Music for Spaceships and Forests

Music for Spaceships and Forests [12:00]

Friendly Ghost Recordings #05. www.friendlyghost
recordings.com
*

Mountains

Choral

Melodica [9:30]

Thrill Jockey #211** www.thrilljockey.com*

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Comments [1]

Peter Horn from Plainfield, New Jersey

As a high school teacher who would like tomorrow to stream John Schaefer's comment and the "Obama" song for a class where we have been discussing new music, I got to thinking how many editions of your program feature music that would interest students like mine. I wonder if you would consider targeting the imaginative, music-listening high school audience for a New Sounds special edition designed for their ears and minds...

Thanks for an outstanding program!

Jan. 05 2009 11:31 PM

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