Easy to Be Around

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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Symphonic strings with Arabic and western voices, lilting songs with mbira accompaniment, a minimalist improvisation for banjo and harmonica, songs by a young New Orleans-based songwriter, a roiling instrumental for 12-string guitar, and Diane Cluck's song "Easy to Be Around" played by her, and arranged and transformed by DM Stith -- Host David Garland shares some of the recordings he's been enjoying lately, including music by Jocelyn Pook, Loren Murrell, Uncle Woody Sullender & Seamus Cater, Laura Barrett, Glenn Jones, and others.

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David Garland from WNYC Studio

Here's the playlist, featuring: artist - song - album

Jocelyn Pook - Libera Me, suite - Habitacion En Roma

Lauren Murrell - Springtime, Dear John, He Speaks Not

Uncle Woody Sullender & Seamus Cater - Come Around - When We Get to Meeting

Diane Cluck - Easy to Be Around - Oh, Vanille

D. M. Stith - Easy to Be Around - Heavy Ghost Appendices

Laura Barrett - Deception Island Optimist's Club, Senior & The Blob - Earth Sciences

Glenn Jones - 1337 Shattuck Avenue, Apartment D - We Are All One, In the Sun: A Tribute to Robbie Basho

Jun. 20 2010 11:22 PM

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