Sing Out

Sing Out – October 30, 2013

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Nathaniel Stookey is Sing Out’s guest. He composed the music to Lemony Snickett’s mystery, “The Composer Is Dead,” and will narrate it with the San Francisco Symphony on Nov. 2’s Dia de Los Muertos concert. Fittingly, the rest of tonight’s program is devoted to the late composer Lou Reed’s music.

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Noche de los Muertosguest Nathaniel Stookey, composer of "The Composer Is Dead"plus salutes to Faith Petric (98) and Lou Reed (71)who died last weekend
Nathaniel Stookey narrates (live in studio) in Spanishintro: The Composer is DeadThe COmposer Is Dead: San Francisco SymphonyL
Lemony Snickett narratesmore of "The Composer Is Dead"
Nathaniel Stookey/JunkestraJunkestra Part 1& 2Junkestra (Nathaniel Stookey, composer()Inova
The Mars VoltaSoothsayer (strings by Nathaniel Stookey)The Bedlam in GoliathUniversal
Ciompi QuartetString Quartet #2: mvts 4-5Music forf Strings by Nathaniel StookeyAlbany
tribute to Lou Reed
Velvet UndergroundSunday MorningVelvet Underground and NicoVerve
Velvet UndergroundPale Blue EyesVelvet UndergroundVerve
Velvet UndergroundVenus in FursVelvet Underground and NicoVerve
Lou ReedReal Good Time TogetherStreet HassleArista
Velvet UndergroundRock and RollLoadedAtlantic (Cotillion)
Lou ReedIntro/Sweet JaneRock n Roll AnimalRCA
Lou ReedSeptember SongHal Willner: Los in the Stars, the Music of Kurt WeillA&M
Faith PetricSong of the Planets / Bury Me in My Overalls`When Did We Have SauerkrautCenter records

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