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Episode #2813

Yeah, They’re All Women. So?

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Thursday, August 06, 2009

Schaefer stacks the decks on New Sounds with new music from vocal pioneer Meredith Monk, featuring a work from her latest, "Impermanence." There's also music from 2 Foot Yard, a trio that includes violinist/songwriter Carla Kihlstedt (Tin Hat, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum.) Plus, hear incredible guitar compositions from Kaki King, whose fingerstyle-meets-folky-shoegaze genre sets the bar for a new era of guitaristry. Music from Sussan Deyhim rounds out the show.

PROGRAM # 2813, Yeah, they’re all women. So? (First aired on Thursday 6/12/08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Meredith Monk

Impermanence

Particular Dance [5:00]

ECM #2026 ** www.ecmrecords.com

Phantom Orchard

Orra

Inquisitive Fingers [6:00]

Tzadik #7718 **
www.tzadik.com*

2 Foot Yard

Borrowed Arms

Borrowed Arms [5:00]

Purchase at http://cdbaby.com/cd/2footyard
Info at www.myspace.com/2footyard OR www.2footyard.com

Kaki King

Until We Felt Red

First Brain [3:30]

Velour #0604 Velourmusic.com* www.myspace.com/kakiking

2 Foot Yard

Borrowed Arms

Chapter IV [4:30]

See above.

Kaki King

Everybody Loves You

Close Your Eyes And You’ll Burst Into Flames [3:00]

Velour #0302 Velourmusic.com* www.myspace.com/kakiking

2 Foot Yard

Borrowed arms

Hold My Own [4:30]

See above.

Sussan Deyhim

Madman of God

Gereyley [6:00]

Crammed Discs #22 www.crammed.be*

Pauline Oliveros

St. George And The Dragon

In Memoriam Mr. Whitney, excerpt [8:00]

Mode #40 www.moderecords.com

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