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More New Songs (Weekly Podcast)

Friday, September 24, 2010

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Listen to songs by the multi-talented singer-songwriter/pianist/composers Gabriel Kahane and Ed Pastorini for this New Sounds. We'll also hear from Lee Feldman along with music by Elizabeth Ziman of Elizabeth & the Catapult. Plus, music from Amy X Neuburg and Tin Hat.

PROGRAM # 3078, More New Songs (First aired on 5/19/2010)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Gabriel Kahane

Craigslistlieder

Underberg [4:16]

Stream at www.gabrielkahane.com

Lee Feldman

I've Forgotten Everything

Me and My Sara Remaining [3:54]

Urban Myth UM-114 www.cdbaby.com

Ed Pastorini

Private CD

Mechanical Chair [3:23]

Not commercially available. Info at www.101crustaceans.com

Gabriel Kahane

Gabriel Kahane

Durrants [3:40]

Wasted Storefront Amazon.com* or iTunes

Elizabeth & the Catapult

Live, Soundcheck 6/2009

Apathy [3:03]

This performance not commercially available. The tune appears on “Taller Children.” Available at Try Amazon.com*

Tin Hat

The Sad Machinery of Spring

Daisy Bell [4:58]

Hannibal Records 1524 www.rykodisc.com

Amy X Neuburg

The Secret Language of Subways

Someone Else’s Sleep [5:45]

 

MM 017
www.minmaxmusic.com

John Kennedy

One Body

Prayer for the Great Family [4:57]v

 

SFNM CD000512 www.johnkennedymusic.com

Robin Holcomb

Robin Holcomb

Deliver Me [6:29]

 

Nonesuch / Elektra 60983 www.nonesuch.com

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