Episode #2854

Getting the Led Out

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Various new music types interpret the music of Led Zeppelin for this edition of New Sounds. We'll hear from the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, and their epic by Ian Krouse, “Labyrinth on a Theme of Led Zeppelin” based on a blistering transcription of “Friends.”
Also, cellist Matt Haimovitz attacks “Kashmir” in a 4 cello face-melting arrangement in collaboration with composer Luna Pearl Woolf.  Plus, the Latin folk stylings of Rodrigo Y Gabriela and their reworking of “Stairway To Heaven” and more.

PROGRAM # 2854, Getting the Led Out (First aired on Tues. 10/14/08)





Matt Haimovitz


Kashmir [8:00]

Oxingale #2007

Rodrigo Y Gabriela

Rodrigo Y Gabriela

Stairway to Heaven [5:00]

ATO #0040** *

Led Zeppelin


Friends [3:30]

Atlantic Records 19128** Available at*


KROUSE, I.: Labyrinth on a theme of Led Zeppelin / EAGAN, M.: Red, White, Black 'n' Blue / YORK, A.

Ian Krouse: Labyrinth on a theme of Led Zeppelin [20:00]

Delos 3163
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Page & Plant

No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant

Friends [4:30]

Atlantic Records 82706** Available at*

Red Byrd

Songs of Love and Death

John Paul Jones: So elle encina [4:30]

Factory Records FAC 336
Out of print.

Page & Plant

No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant

Kashmir, excerpt [2:00]

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Comments [1]

Stephanie Morris from Brooklyn, NY

The show I'm hearing at this time does not sound like what is described above. The theme is clearly religion. If someone could send me the correct schedule, I'd really like to know what I was listening to.

Oct. 24 2010 11:49 PM

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