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Sunday, January 3, 2010

 

Darkling Eclectica, Episode 1345

Darkling Eclectica, the           Episode 1345            Sun, Jan. 3, 2010          4PM to 6PM

Artist                        Title                        Album                        Genre  New?
John McCutcheon               Hangman's Reel/Campbell's
                                Farewell to Red Gap        Wind That Shakes the Barley  Folk
Kim Lenz & her Jaguars        Twinkle, Twinkle             Kim Lenz & her Jaguars       Country
Horace Tapscott               Many Nights Ago              Tapscott Sessions, vol.2     Jazz
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James Cohen                   Santa Anna                   High Side of Lowdown         World
Peter Case                    Something Happens            Flying Saucer Blues          Folk
Lionel Hampton & his Orch.    Pink Champagne               Hamp                         Jazz
/
Heitor Villa-Lobos            Choros No.4                  Choroi                       Classical
James Howe; M Payne           The Celery Stalks at 
                                Midnight, Part 2           read live                    Spoken
/
Don Byron Quintette           The Penguin                  Bug Music                    Jazz
Tom Eaton; M Payne            Boarus, the Warthog          Otis G. Firefly's 
                                                             Phantasmagoric Almanac
                                                             & Calendar                 Spoken
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Georg Phillip Telemann;
  Jean-Pierre Rampal          Fantasy for Flute No.12 in 
                                G minor                    12 Fantasies for Flute       Classical
Jerry Douglas, Glen Duncan,
  Ronnie McCoury, Tony Rice
  & the Nitty Gritty Dirt 
  Band                        Return to Dismal Swamp II    Will the Circle be Unbroken,
                                                             vol.3                      Country
L.A.4                         Zaca                         Zaca                         Jazz
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Brooks Williams               Seasons of the Year          Inland Sailor                Folk
Liquid Clarinets              Liquid Clarinet              Liquid Clarinets             World   XX
Nancy King & Glen Moore       On Green Dolphin Street      Cliff Dance                  Jazz
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David Grisman Quintet         Mugavero                     Quintet '80                  Jazz
The Mills Brothers            Moonlight Bay                Famous Barbershop Ballads,
                                                             vol.2                      Jazz
The Mills Brothers            Anytime, Andyday, Anywhere   Chronological, vol.2         Jazz
The Mills Brothers            I've Found a New Baby        Sweeter Than Sugar           Jazz
The Mills Brothers            I Guess I'll Get the Papers
                                & Go Home                  Souvenir Album               Jazz

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