Reed Rapture With Stetson And MoreBy
Click the play button to listenOn this show we continue our look at Ivo Perelman's Reed Rapture In Brooklyn focusing on his duets with Colin Stetson. As well as further music from Stetson I am also featuring new albums from Patrick Golden, Something Blue, and Marc Ducret.
- Show Intro 00:00
- Ivo Perelman, Colin Stetson "Five" from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka Music) 01:06
- Colin Stetson "Never Were the Way She Was" from Never Were the Way She Was (Constellation Records) 11:32
- Patrick Golden "Empty Hall" from First Thing (Self Released) 20:25
- Something Blue "The Path" from Personal Preference (Posi-tone) 26:29
- Something Blue "You May Have Already Won" from Personal Preference (Posi-tone) 31:35
- Ivo Perelman, Colin Stetson "Nine" from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka Music) 35:42
- Colin Stetson "The Lure Of The Mine" from All This I Do for Glory (52Hz) 45:47
- Patrick Golden "Louder And Funner" from First Thing (Self Released) 1:00:00
- Something Blue "Waltz for Olena" from Personal Preference (Posi-tone) 1:10:48
- Something Blue "Grit" from Personal Preference (Posi-tone) 1:16:37
- Colin Stetson "Sorrow II" from Sorrow: A Reimagining of Gorecki's 3rd Symphony (52Hz) 1:21:38
- Ivo Perelman, Colin Stetson "Four" from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka Music) 1:31:46
- Patrick Golden "Telepathic Sender" from First Thing (Self Released) 1:42:43
- Marc Ducret "Curls / Palm Sweat / Mirth of the Cool" from Palm Sweat: Marc Ducret Plays the Music of Tim Berne (Out Of Your Head Records) 1:49:16
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