Re:sound #213 The Jeff and Elly Show

This hour, two delightfully out-of-the-ordinary musical portraits from producer Alan Hall.

2015 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


This hour, two delightfully out-of-the-ordinary musical portraits from producer Alan Hall.

The Grace of Jeff Buckley
by Alan Hall (Falling Tree Productions for BBC Radio 4, 2014)
The story of the day Jeff Buckley arrived on the UK music scene in 1994 — from a photo shoot in the morning, a live radio appearance in the afternoon and then to a gig at Bunjies folk club so over-booked that a second concert was arranged for later that evening at the 12 Bar.

The Voices of Elly Stone
by Alan Hall (Falling Tree Productions for BBC Radio 4, 2014)
Elly Stone is a modest, 87-year-old New Yorker — 'born and dragged up' — whose sublime voice will forever be associated with the songs of Belgian chanteur Jacques Brel. Twenty years after her retirement from the stage, she offers a rare insight into her life and what music has meant to her. 'The Voices of Elly Stone' won the 2015 Prix Europa for Best European Music Programme.

Listen to 'Rhapsody in Bohemia' by Alan Hall, winner of the Directors' Choice Award at the 2006 Third Coast / Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.

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