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Keren Ann, Art Tatum on Harold Arlen, The Postal Service

Keren Ann, Art Tatum on Harold Arlen, The Postal Service

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A new single from The Postal Service; The Pink Floyd-inspired Radar Brothers; Ambient electronica from Oregon's Eluvium; Misadventures with Andrew Morgan; Mediterranean music: Savina Yannatou; Dutch Javanese Russian Israeli Keren Ann; Remembering the music of Harold Arlen; Guitar wonder Michael Gulezian; The American music project Redbird.

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Keren Ann, Art Tatum on Harold Arlen, The Postal Service

We Will Become Silhouettes

Be Still My Heart

  • from We Will Become Silhouettes
  • by The Postal Service

Fans of the Postal Service's debut Give Up, featured on All Songs Considered episode 47, have been waiting eagerly for a new full-length album from the electronic-pop duo. Though there's no word on another LP coming out anytime soon, the band has just released a new single along with several remixed versions of tunes from their debut.

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The Fallen Leaf Pages

Show Yourself

  • from Fallen Leaf Pages
  • by Radar Bros.

The Radar Brothers sound a lot like Pink Floyd from the early 1970s with angelic harmonies and drifting, synthesizer textures.

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Talk Amongst The Trees

Show Us Our Homes

  • from Talk Amongst the Trees
  • by Eluvium

Eluvium is the performance name for Matthew Cooper, an electronic artist from Portland, Oregon with a fondness for ambient landscapes.

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Misadventures in Radiology

Plight in an Exile

  • from Misadventures in Radiology
  • by Andrew Morgan

Andrew Morgan recorded most of this album in Elliott Smith's New Monkey studios before running out of money. Morgan later finished the CD with the help of friends and a group of undergraduate students at the University of Kansas.

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Nolita

Nolita

  • from Nolita
  • by Keren Ann

Keren Ann Zeidel's mother is Dutch-Javanese; her father Russian-Israeli. The family lived in Holland and Israel before settling in Paris where Keren Ann currently writes and records her artful, folk pop tunes.

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Harold Arlen Centennial Celebration

I've Got the World on a String

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I've Got the World on a String

  • from Centennial Celebration
  • by Harold Arlen, Various

Harold Arlen was of America's most beloved songwriters. He wrote "Over the Rainbow," "That Old Black Magic," "It's Only a Paper Moon" and many more classic tunes collected on this new CD marking the centennial of his birth.

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Concert at St. Olaf College

Slugbug

  • from Concert at St. Olaf College
  • by Michael Gulezian

Michael Gulezian is an All Songs Considered great unknown. On this self-released CD he slaps, pulls and picks the strings of his guitar to craft exquisite tales in song.

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Redbird

Ships

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  • by Redbird

Redbird is a musical collective of sorts featuring solo folk artists Kris Delmhorst, Jeffrey Foucault and Peter Mulvey performing great American music by artist like Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan and Tom Waits. This tune, "Ships" was originally written and performed by Greg Brown.

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