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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Music is a powerful fountain of joy. Music is a liberating release from tension, stress and worry. Music can be an ardent transmission of life, an eloquent rebuttal of discouragement. David Garland presents some uplifting, soul-stirring performances, ranging from Jacob Garchik's "Atheist Gospel Trombone Album," to great gospel singer Rance Allen; from the euphoric scat singing of Cab Calloway, to the contemporary vocal tapestries of Julianna Barwick; from Scott Robinson's bluesy bass saxophone performing a Moravian folksong, to the revitalizing fervor of New Orleans' Rebirth Brass Band. And more!

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Comments [1]

Eliz from Manhattan

Hi David Garland, I really enjoyed this show, and want to thank you for it! Just came at the right time for me! I'll be tuning in from now on. Peace!

Oct. 20 2013 10:28 PM

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