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New Sounds Live at Merkin Hall, September 2004

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

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Ethel performs music by Scott Johnson at Merkin Hall, 9/28/04.
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Composer Scott Johnson talks about the I.F. Stone settings with host John Schaefer, 9/28/04.
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The voice of political commentator, I.F. Stone, via laptop, 9/28/04.
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Ethel: Ralph Farris, Mary Rowell, Todd Reynolds, and Dorothy Lawson, and I.F. Stone (laptop), 9/28/04.
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WNYC Engineers Rob Christiansen and Jennifer Munson look over the setup for violinist Todd Reynolds and percussionist David Cossin, 9/28/04.
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Composer and guitarist Phil Kline hangs out in the GREEN room with host John Schaefer before the performance, 9/28/04.
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Phil Kline talks evasive politics with host John Schaefer from the stage at Merkin Hall, 9/28/04.
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The Zippo Band: Todd Reynolds, violin, Theo Bleckmann , vocals and effects, David Cossin, percussion, 9/28/04
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Composer Phil Kline and violinist Todd Reynolds perform Zippo Songs, 9/28/04.
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Theo Bleckmann, vocals and plunger eating, with percussionist David Cossin, 9/28/04.
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Theo Bleckmann with the Zippo Band does some vocal improvisation with -yes- a plunger, 9/28/04
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The Zippo Band. Phil Kline, guitar; Todd Reynolds, violin; Theo Bleckmann, vocals; and David Cossin, percussion. Merkin Hall, 9/28/04.
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Theo Bleckmann performs the Zippo Song "Been to Hell," from a menacing perch, 9/28/04.
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The Zippo Band with tightly coiled vocalist Theo Bleckmann, 9/28/04.
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Percussionist David Cossin, 9/28/04.
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Theo Bleckman with a mini-megaphone doing more vocal improvisations, 9/28/04.
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The Zippo Band. Phil Kline, guitar; Todd Reynolds, violin; Theo Bleckmann, vocals; and David Cossin, percussion. Merkin Hall, 9/28/04.

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