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Episode #2820

Beatles a la New Sounds

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Friday, August 14, 2009

Listen to unusual covers of Beatles songs for this edition of New Sounds, including versions by vocalist Ann Dyer, trombonist Josh Roseman, viola da gamba player Roy Weldon, and more.

PROGRAM # 2820, Reconstructing the Beatles (First aired on Tues. 7/8/08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Aki Takahashi

Hyper Beatles, Vol. 2

Pauline Oliveros: Norwegian Wood [2:00]

Eastworld #6655. Japanese import, now out of print

Ann Dyer

Revolver – A New Spin

Tomorrow Never Knows [8:00]

Premonition #90745** www.premonitionandmusic.com *

Sex Mob w/Dave Tronzo

New Sounds Live/NY Guitar Festival, Merkin Hall, 9/23/02

Blue Jay Way [7:00]

This performance not commercially available.

Josh Roseman Unit

Cherry

If I Fell [5:00]

Knitting Factory/Velour Music #303. Try www.velourmusic.com

Aki Takahashi

Hyper Beatles, Vol. 2

Ayuo Takahashi: She’s Leaving Home [4:00]

See above.

Wolfgang Muthspiel

New Sounds Live/NY Guitar Festival, Merkin Hall, 9/23/02

Something [8:00]

This performance not commercially available.

Aki Takahashi

Hyper Beatles, Vol. 2

Sukhi Kang: Get Back [2:30]

See above.

Michael Hedges

Live on the Double Planet

Get Back [5:00]

Windham Hill #1066** www.legacyrecordings.com

Roy Whelden

Galax

Prelude and Divisions on She’s So Heavy [5:00]

New Albion #059. www.newalbion.com *

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Comments [1]

Martin Knowles from Woodstock , NY

You just asked if Aki was related to Ayuo Takahashi. He is her nephew and the son of Yuji Takahashi (another well-known japanese pianist as I'm sure you know) and Utaco Akemoto.

Ayuo studied guitar in NYC with William Hellerman in the 70s.

Aug. 14 2009 11:38 PM

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