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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Ted Gordon
Originally aired 6/20/11
Hosted by Ted Gordon
Originally aired 6/20/11

This episode focuses on American jazz in the late 1960s and early 1970s, a defining period in jazz history. We hear from Pharoah Sanders, Ornette Coleman and John Cale & Terry Riley and more.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by DB
Originally aired 12/24/12
Hosted by DB
Originally aired 12/24/12

A multi genre and decade musical mix that no computer based algorithm could put together. Featuring The Heavy, Dense & Pika, Takashi Miyaki, Todd Terje, James Blake, Solange, Flamin' Groovies, Crystal Castles, The Who, Satin Jackets, Rome, much more.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Stephen Schaefer
Originally aired 12/24/12
Hosted by Stephen Schaefer
Originally aired 12/24/12

German writer-director Christian Petzhold won the 62nd Berlin Film Festival’s Best Director prize for this film starring his muse Nina Hoss in a thriller, character study and morality tale about individualism and secret police in 1980s East Germany.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Stuart Matthewman
Originally aired 12/24/12
Hosted by Stuart Matthewman
Originally aired 12/24/12

Host Stuart Matthewman mixes it up, with a quick trip into moonshine country with this Rockabilly and Country collection. Featuring songs by Sid King & the 5 Strings, Janis Martin, Carl Perkins, Wanda Jackson & Jim Reeves.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Nickodemus
Originally aired 12/24/12
Hosted by Nickodemus
Originally aired 12/24/12

Each year, in honor of James Brown, Nappy G & Nickodemus dedicate a full night of Christmas to the World of Funky People, the Soul Sisters... everything from hip hop, the covers & more. May the funk be with all of you! R.I.POWER JAMES BROWN!


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Pete McCabe
Originally aired 12/24/12
Hosted by Pete McCabe
Originally aired 12/24/12

A discussion of a new Arab-American opera with composer Mohammed Fairouz and conductor Steven Osgood. Their project follows a story adapted from the famous play Song of Death by Tawiq El-Hakim. The work appears at HERE Arts Center in January 2013.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Marja Samsom
Originally aired 12/24/12
Hosted by Marja Samsom
Originally aired 12/24/12

Marja offers up a classic Dutch winter dish for the holidays, buttery nutmeg potatoes with kale and smoked sausage. Remember to keep it in a warm place to let the flavors blend (also very delicious the next day ...).


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Radio Show
Hosted by Daniel Durning
Originally aired 5/16/11

Artist Yuliya Lanina, who works with animatronic sculptures, animation and mechanized installations, composer Yevgeniy Sharlat, and choreographer Caron Eule discuss Lanina's 2011 NY Studio Gallery show and their collaborative performance project.


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Radio Show
Originally aired 12/24/12

Operating under the name Composers Inside Electronics, John Driscoll, Phil Edelstein and Tom Hamilton become the group known for pioneering home-built electronics and early "Circuit Bending." This concert includes a 1968 work by David Tudor.


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Radio Show
Originally aired 6/7/04

Joan Jonas is one of the most significant figures in contemporary art whose installations, films & performances have appeared in numerous galleries & museums around the globe, from the 60s to the present. The artist speaks on her work (March, 2002).


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Radio Show
Hosted by Charles Ruas
Originally aired 1/14/11

From a series of mid-70s broadcasts and vinyl releases, American poet and performance artist John Giorno muses with radio hosts Charles Ruas and Linda Perry over the pragmatic-yet-existential dilemmas faced by poets. An amazing historic recording.


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Radio Show
Originally aired 12/5/12

This is Slava Mogutin and Brian Kenny's playlist fo r Miami 2012. Hay: Similar to "grass," only more so. Produced by ARTonAIR.org in association with ONEofONE as part of Welcome to Miami: Everything Is Cheaper Than It Looks.


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