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Episode #2948

Chimes and Strings

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Thursday, June 11, 2009

For this New Sounds, sample the chiming guitars of James Blackshaw and Ben Reynolds, along with the striking music of whale sounds and guitar from Randall Myers. Also, hear something from the Texas-based guitarist Darrin Kobetich, who is part of the guitar tradition of the late American John Fahey. Plus, live electronica from guitarist Julia Crowe, and more.

PROGRAM # 2948 Chimes and Strings (First aired on Thurs. 6/11/09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Julia Crowe

Smoke & Steel

Black Feather, excerpt [1:00]

Selskar
cdbaby.com/cd/crowejulia

Randall Meyers

ERA/Indian Impressions

ERA [14:11]

Rubicon #0753/01
Reissued by Solaris.
Download only: www.solaris-cd.com

Ben Reynolds

how day earnt its night

how day earnt its night [12:55]

Tompkins Square 2226
tompkinssquare.com

Julia Crowe

Smoke & Steel

Black Feather [3:03]

See above.

James Blackshaw

The Glass Bead Game

Key [6:03]

Young God Records YG40
younggodrecords.com

Bill Connors

Swimming With A Hole In My Body

Surrender To The Water [10:26]

ECM #1158
Out of print, but try auction sites.

Darrin Kobetich

Off the Beaten Path

Paha Sapa, excerpt [1:00]

cdbaby.com/cd/darrinkobetich

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Comments [2]

Randall Meyers from Spoleto Italy

Well, I haven't heard that piece for a long time - even if I wrote it! I will send you some material to update your library.

Best to you all and thank you!

Randall

Jun. 20 2009 12:59 AM
Vic from N.J.

Beautiful guitar...Ben Reynolds
Before, my dogs were barking to the sound of those whales calling...

Jun. 11 2009 11:36 PM

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