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January 25, 2010: Ridiculous rains reduced to slight streams by Sam Sadugursky and Redhooker
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|Artist||Track||Album||Label||Format||Approx. start time|
|Myron Walden||Pulse||Momentum||Demi Sound Records|
|Kurt Rosenwinkel||All the Way to Rajasthan||Heartcore||Verve|
Interview with Sam Sadigursky
On the eve of a new release, Sam Sadigursky dropped by to talk about his "Words Project III," a continuation of his settings of song to poetry. Sam's songs for these Words Projects are rooted in the classical tradition of art song with a nod to his jazz leanings.
|Sam Sadigursky||To Know Silence Perfectly||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Sam Sadigursky||Swirl||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Sam Sadigursky||Now||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Sam Sadigursky||Danse Russe||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Sam Sadigursky||Recall||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Sam Sadigursky||Ode||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Sam Sadigursky||Wistful||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Sam Sadigursky||El Hombre||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Sam Sadigursky||Rain||Words Project III Miniatures||New Amsterdam Records|
|Darcy James Argue's Secret Society||Jacobin Club||Infernal Machines||New Amsterdam Records|
Live Performance by Red Hooker (L to R) Andie Springer, violin, electronics; Peter Hess, bass clarinet, electronics; Stephen Griesgraber, guitar, electronics; Maxim Moston, violin, electronics)
As a member of Slow Six, and now as a part of his own ensemble Redhooker, Stepehen Griesgraber excels in dreamlike fretwork, embellished with electronics. Griesgraber composes in a non-traditional but faintly classical style for Redhooker's latest album, "Vespers," which includes its share of improv. The ensemble, which incorporates lush violins by Maxim Moston and Andie Springer, and Peter Hess on bass clarinet, plus a subltle touch of electronics, tickles the edge of the classical world but quickly drifts wholly other.
|Redhooker||Presence and Reflection||1:26:14 ()|
|Redhooker||Trip and Fall||2:02:26 ()|
Violinist Maxim Moston (R), showing off guitarist / composer Stephen Griesgraber's score.
|Slow Six||These Rivers Between Us||Tomorrow Becomes you||2:11:28 ()|
|Maxim Moston||HB 13 4||(myspace music clip)||2:21:26 ()|
|Linda Perhacs||Parallelograms||Partallelograms||The Wild Places||2:28:37 ()|
|Anne Queffelec: Eric Satie||Gnossiens||2:31:19 ()|
|Adrian Crowley||The Three Sisters||Season of the Sparks||Chemikal Underground||2:34:28 ()|
|Chris Koch||Maintain Orbit||Scenes from the Coastal Evacuation||Teeter Grey Music||2:37:52 ()|
|Vitamin D||Good Fit||Bridge||2:49:48 ()|
|James Blackshaw||Running to the Ghost||The Cloud of Unknowing||Young God||2:54:01 ()|
Mon. 1/25/10 3:11pm
good afternoon Irene - thanks for the smile your show always delivers
Mon. 1/25/10 4:01pm
I love your show --
Mon. 1/25/10 4:48pm
Thanks for the muse Redhooker
Mon. 1/25/10 5:48pm
- lovely show!
Tue. 1/26/10 3:02am
Hi Irene, wonderful show! Sam's music is a great discovery!
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