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06/08/2008

Verity Sharp presents music including early American rhythm 'n' blues, early electronic music by Daphne Oram plus traditional English music from Cath and Phil Tyler and Chris Wood.

Verity Sharp presents an eclectic choice of music including early American rhythm 'n' blues, early electronic music by Daphne Oram, traditional English music from Cath and Phil Tyler and Chris Wood, and a performance by Ghanaian singer Atongo Zimba, recorded at the WOMAD Festival 2008.

Verity Sharp presents an eclectic choice of music including early American rhythm 'n' blues, early electronic music by Daphne Oram, traditional English music from Cath and Phil Tyler and Chris Wood, and a performance by Ghanaian singer Atongo Zimba, recorded at last month's WOMAD Festival.

Traore: Dianfa
Nonesuch 465532-2

Trad: Christmas Medley
Bo'weavil Recordings Weavil28CD

Williamson: Verses At Ellesmere
Gason CD 737

Broadcaster: England
Redgrape Records Promo

Scott: Girl at the Typewriter
Sonic Arts Network

Trad: My Soul Is A Witness
Rhythm and Blues Records RRNCB001

Hughes: Pendulum Music
Helium HE

Wood: Albion
Ruf Records RUFCD10

Martin: Image de la Chambre Haute (Polyptyque: Six Images de la Passion du Christ)
ECM 2015

Feiner: Dina and the beautiful blue
Samadhisound Sound CD SS013

Kalhor: Setar Instrumental
Traditional Crossroads CD 80702 4299 2

Trad, Arr. Tyler: Fisherman's Girl
No-Fi

Oram: Pulse Persephone
CDR

Traore: Zen
Nonesuch 465532-2

Zimba: We gotta move; Batti Batti; Unnamed; No beer in heaven; Zimba: Unnamed; Unnamed
BBC Recording, Womad, Wiltshire July '08

Giuseppe Cordaro: untitled
Moteer 014CD.

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