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Laurie Anderson Tells Us Her Favorite Lou Reed Song

Thursday, November 14, 2013

It's not from The Velvet Underground.

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Gig Alert: Laurie Anderson

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

WNYC

Laurie Anderson performs at River to River Festival Tuesday. Download "Flow."

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Phoning It In: More Songs About Telephones

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

The telephone may no longer be our primary means of communication, but it remains a favorite topic for songwriters. 

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New Sounds

American Tales

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Listen to some American tales on this New Sounds program.  We’ll hear the mesmerizing 11-minute reflection, “Another Day In America” as delivered through Fenway Bergamot, Laurie Anderson's wise and witty “Voice of Authority” alter-ego and more of her musical and lyrical medititations on America in the 21st century, from her recent "Homeland."

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Selected Shorts

A Literary Mixtape

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Two tales of urgency and change, inspired by music.

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American Tales

Monday, September 13, 2010

Listen to some American tales on this New Sounds program.  We’ll hear the mesmerizing 11-minute reflection, “Another Day In America” as delivered through Fenway Bergamot, Laurie Anderson's wise and witty “Voice of Authority” alter-ego and more of her musical and lyrical medititations on America in the 21st century, from her recent "Homeland."  Also, Jerry Granelli’s “Twenty Questions for an Outlaw” uses the persona of Billy the Kid, and is something like an “audio movie or play,” with text by actor/playwright/singer Rinde Eckert.  We’ll hear their blend of ambient jazz and spoken word, and much more.

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The Year So Far

Thursday, July 08, 2010

The year's only half over but the cream is already rising to the top.

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New Sounds- The Undead 331

Sunday, July 30, 1989

As Paul Nash and Jack Perla merge the sounds of improvisational jazz and chamber music, Jurgen Knieper explores vocals, electronics, and orchestral instruments on the soundtrack of "Wings of Desire." With excerpts from Laurie Anderson and Alexis Alrich.

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