Special Programming

A Tompkins Square Records showcase – April 21, 2011

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From its influential Imaginational Anthem series of guitar anthologies to new music by jazz pianist Ran Blake and historic recordings by Cajun legend Amédé Ardoin, Tompkins Square Records has embodied the eclectic vision of founder Josh Rosenthal. Tonight he visits with Derk, talks about the label, and plays representative and new unreleased tracks from the catalog.

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Wade Mainer & the Sons of the MountaineersNot a Word of That Be Said Bloody War: Songs 1924-1939Tompkins Square
Sotirios StasinopoulousO KorakosTo What Strange Place: The Music of the Ottoman-American Diaspora, 1916-1929Tompkins Square
Harry TaussigAzure Zephyrsunreleasedn.a.
Nathan & JamesRomany Belleunreleasedn.a.
Michael HurleyThe Early Bird Always Gets the WormFace a Frowning World: An EC Ball Memorial AlbumTompkins Square
Amede ArdoinValse des ChantiersMama, I'll Be Long Gone: The Complete Recordings, 1929-1934Tompkins Square
Frank FairfieldPoor LanceOut on the Open WestTompkins Square
Nick Jonah DavisCold Wind on the Long MyndOf Time and TidesTompkins Square
Ran BlakeCry WolfGrey December: Live in RomeTompkins Square
Ben HallAlabama JubileeBen Hall!Tompkins Square
Michael ChapmanWrecked AgainWrecked AgainHarvest
Michael ChapmanTrying TimesTrainsong: Guitar Compositions 1967-2010Tompkins Square
Sandy BullUntitledImaginational Anthem Vol. 1Tompkins Square
Susan WernerI Just Wasn't Made for These TimesClassicsSusan Werner
John FaheyFuneral Song for Mississippi John HurtOf Rivers & ReligionCollector's Choice
John FaheyMedley: By the Side of the Road / I Come, I ComeOf Rivers & ReligionCollector's Choice
John FaheyLord Have MercyOf Rivers & ReligionCollector's Choice
John FaheySongOf Rivers & ReligionCollector's Choice
D. GrossHummingbirdWe Left the RoadsideD. Gross
Fern KnightEpitaphCastingsRevolver

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