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Episode #3030

More New Sounds Covers

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

It's an hour of cover songs, New Sounds-style, with many familiar tunes in unexpected arrangements. We'll hear Pink Floyd, Stravinsky, Black Sabbath and Satie for this program. Listen as Marco Benevento and Julio Resende rework Pink Floyd songs and the new music ensemble Fireworks presents a version of the Rite of Spring. Plus, the Bad Plus hits it with "Ironman" and Marc Sloan reworks Erik Satie's Gnossienes. And much more.

PROGRAM # 3030, More New Sounds Covers (First aired on Thurs, 01/28/10)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Marco Benevento

Live at Tonic (3 CD set)

Fearless (Pink Floyd) [6:31]

Ropeadope RAD0603
www.ropeadope.com

Julio Resende

Assim Falava Jazzatustra

Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pink Floyd) [5:44]

Clean Feed CF158
www.cleanfeed-records.com

The Bad Plus

Give

Ironman (Black Sabbath) [6:02]

Columbia 85331
thebadplus.com

columbiarecords.com

Fireworks

The Rite of Spring

Introduction [3:31]
The Augurs of Spring (Dances of the Young Girls) [3:29]
Game of Abduction [1:26] (Stravinsky)

FW 002
Available at CDBaby.com

Marc Sloan

Tree of Nerve Endings

Gnossienes (Eric Satie) [5:28]

Treesofnerveendings.com OR marcsloa@panix.com

Kevin Fox

live, CBC

Army Dreamers (Kate Bush [3:55]

This performance not commercially available, but an album version IS at www.cdbaby.com

Project Trio

Project Trio

Sweet Child O’ Mine (Guns n’ Roses) [4:57]

www.whatisproject.org

Natraj

The Goat Also Gallops

Lonely Woman (Ornette Coleman), excerpt [5:00]

Dorian 80124
www.dorian.com

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Comments [1]

Ben from New Jersey

This was good.

Jan. 29 2010 10:16 AM

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