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Culture Clash Radio

Duration:
1 hour
First broadcast:
Monday 16 January 2012

Culture Clash Radio - The Don presents a more laid-back selection crossing time, space and genre. Tonight including The Bees, Nitty Gritty, The Slits and Herbie Hancock.

Music Played

16 items
  • Image for Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains

    Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains Les Plus Beaux

    Domino Recording Co

  • Image for Sharon Tandy & Fleur De Lys

    Sharon Tandy & Fleur De Lys Love Them All

    Acid Jazz

  • Image for The Bees

    The Bees The Bees - Angry Man

    We Love You

  • Image for Nitty Gritty

    Nitty Gritty False Alarm

    VP Records

  • Image for Real Estate

    Real Estate Chameleon

    Head Hunters, Universal

  • Image for The Streams

    The Streams The Drift

    Today I Died, The Streams

  • Image for RJ Thompson

    RJ Thompson Fables

    The Cognitive Rules, Chicken Wire Records Ltd

  • Image for The Slits

    The Slits Babylon

    Trapped Animals, Narnack

  • Image for Prince

    Prince If I Was Your Girlfriend

    Paisley Park/Warner Bros

  • Image for Robert Glasper Experiment, Robert Glasper Experiment, Musiq Soulchild & Chrisette Michele

    Robert Glasper Experiment, Robert Glasper Experiment, Musiq Soulchild & Chrisette Michele Ah Yeah

    Blue Note

  • Image for Judy Mowatt

    Judy Mowatt Mellow Mood

    Weton Wesgram

  • Image for Skye

    Skye Jamaica Days

    Mind How You Go, Skye

  • Image for Baloji, Bebson De La Rue & Bebson De La Rue

    Baloji, Bebson De La Rue & Bebson De La Rue Kyniwa-Kyniwa

    Kinshasa Succursale, Crammed Discs

  • Image for Quantic

    Quantic, Alice Russell and Combo Bárbaro Look Around the Corner

    TRU THOUGHTS

  • Image for Petula Clark

    Petula Clark Downtown

    The Ivor Novello Winners, EMI

  • Image for Herbie Hancock

    Herbie Hancock Chameleon

    Head Hunters, Universal

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