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Episode #2967

New Releases July 2009

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Friday, July 31, 2009

It's the most wonderful time of the month - the showcasing of new releases! On this New Sounds program, listen to the pick of the piles, the cream of the crop. We'll separate the wheat from the chaff. There's music from Jon Balke and the Moroccan singer Amina Alaoui, along with new music from the Vijay Iyer Trio, perhaps something from A Hawk and a Hacksaw. Plus, a film score by Rob Burger, some Ethio-pop from Fool's Gold, and solo piano music by Rachel Grimes. And more!

PROGRAM # 2967, New Releases July 2009 (First aired on July 31, 2009)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Jon Balke / Amina Alaoui / Baroque Soloists

Siwan

Thulathiyat [10:04]

ECM 2042
www.ecmrecords.com

Fool’s Gold

Fool’s Gold

Nadine [5:49]

IamSound Records www.iamsoundrecords.com
Due out 9/29/09

Susan McKeown & Lorin Sklambeg

Saints & Tzadiks

The Rattlin’ Bog [3:20]

World Village 468089 www.worldvillagemusic.com

A Hawk And A Hacksaw

Delivrance

Foni tu Argile [3:53]

Leaf Label Bay 64CD
www.theleaflabel.com

Vijay Iyer

Historicity

MIA: Galang [Trio Riot Version] [2:41]

ACT 9489
www.actmusic.com

In the Country

Whiteout

Ursa Major [9:44]

Rune Grammofon 2086 www.runegrammofon.com
www.inthecountry.no

Dave Flynn

Contemporary Traditional Irish Guitar

The Mahatma of the Glen, excerpt [5:00]

Frisbee Records 002
www.myspace.com/
daveflynncomposer

Robert Burger

City of Strangers

Dimished Capacity [1:47]

Tzadik 7519
www.tzadik.com

Rachel Grimes

Book of Leaves, for solo piano

Long Before Us [1:24]

Will be released 9/22/09 on Karate Body Records www.karatebodyrecords.com www.rachelgrimespiano.com

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