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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Music From The Show

  • Bonobo, “Brace Brace”
  • Steely Dan, “Hey 19″
  • Blockhead, “The Prettiest Sea Slug”
  • Steve Reich, “Nagoya Marimba”
  • Clap Your Hands, “Over and Over Again”
  • Instrumental Asylum, “Music for Lovers”
  • The Wee Trio, “About a Girl”
  • Chris Thile, “Eureka!”
  • Nickel Creek, “This Side”
  • Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile, “Goat Rodeo”
  • Punch Brothers, “Who’s Feeling Young Now”
  • Chris Thile, “Ad Astr Per Alas Porci, Movement Three” performed by Chris Thile and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
  • Gary Louris and Chris Thile, “Jealous of the Moon” performed by Nickel Creek
  • Punch Brothers, “This Girl”
  • Thomas Edward Yorke, Philip James Selway, Edward John O’Brien, Colin Charles Greenwood, Jonathan Richard Guy Greenwood, “Kid A” performed by Punch Brothers
  • Punch Brothers, “Soon or Never”

 


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