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Episode #2989

Party Band Invasion

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Tuesday, October 06, 2009

High energy party bands invade this New Sounds program. We'll hear from the Revolutionary Snake Ensemble out of Boston, the MarchFourth Marching Band from Portland, OR, and the Chicago-based party band Mucca Pazza (Mad Cow.) When your numbers are some 15-30 strong, the band can't help but be a rollicking good time wherever they go. Plus, there's some Balkan music by way of Brooklyn and Berlin, along with Cajun-klezmer group The Zydepunks from New Orleans to keep the party stomping. With luck, there's enough space for Orchestre Baobab and Krakatoa as well.

PROGRAM #2989, Party Music (First aired on Tues. 10-06-09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

17 Hippies

El dorado

La zona drom [5:18]

Buda Musique 860179
www.budamusique.com

Mucca Pazza

A Little Marching Band

Coat Czech [4:27]

Order from CDbaby.com www.cdbaby.com/cd/muccapazza

Slavic Soul Party

Live on Soundcheck, 10/2/09

Baltika [3:02]

This recording not commercially available. The tune appears on "Taketron"
Barbes Records 0023
www.barbesrecords.com

The Zydepunks

Finisterre

Papirossen in Gan Eden [4:25]

Nine Mile Records 0112
www.ninemilerecords.com

17 Hippies

El dorado

Uz [3:40]

See above.

Revolutionary Snake Ensemble

Year of the Snake

Sun Ra: A Call for All Demons [6:57]

Innova #599
www.innova.mu*

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

Alyo [3:02]

Honest Jon’s Records 042 www.hypnoticbrass.net OR www.honestjons.com

MarchFourth Marching Band

Rise Up

Ninth Ward Calling [5:22]

Marchfourthmarchingband.com

Orchestra Baobab

Made in Dakar

Ndéleng Ndéleng [5:40]

Nonesuch 433788
www.nonesuch.com

Krakatoa

We Are the Rowboats

Spiral Dive [3:58]

Cuneiform Rune 168 www.cuneiformrecords.com

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