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Fiona Talkington

Fiona Talkington with new music from electronic duo Autechre, spoken word from Ursula Rucker and a recording by tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain.

1 hour, 45 minutes

Last on

Tue 6 Apr 2010 23:15

Music Played

  • Autechre

    Known (1)

    • Oversteps.
    • WARPCD210.
  • Mari Boine

    Cuovgga Airras – Sterna Aradisea Boine/Georg Buljo

    • Cuovgga Áirras – Sterna Paradisea.
    • 6.02527E+11.
  • Tokyo-Chitie-Iki

    Otome sankanbi

    • Sounds of the World.
    • Promo.
  • Dick Mills

    Catch the wind

    • Radiophonic Workshop.
    • BBC.
  • Ursula Rucker

    Electric Santeria

    • Ruckus Soundsysdom.
    • Fivesixmedia.com.
  • Raphaël Imbert

    NY Project

    • NY Project.
    • Promo.
  • Ellington arr. Imbert

    Echoes of Harmlem

    • Echoes of Harmlem.
    • Promo.
  • Edgard Varèse

    Poeme Electronique

    • Varese.
    • Decca 460 208 2.
  • Ruth Theodore

    Overflow

    • White holes of Mole Hills.
    • River Rat records.
  • Monsieru de Sainte Colombe

    Sarabande and Double

    Artist: Paolo Pandolfo (gamba) Thomas Boysen (theorbo)

    • Monsieru de Sainte Colombe.
    • Glossa GCD 920408.
  • Autechre

    O=0/d-shoqub

    • Oversteps.
    • WARPCD210.
  • Zakir Hussain

    Ektala

    • Zakir Hussain.
    • EUCD 2257.
  • Johannes Ockeghem

    Ma Bouche Rit

    • Chansons.
    • Ricercar RIC206302.
  • Emily Portman

    Hide

    • The Glamoury.
    • Furrow Records.
  • Stephan Micus

    Morning Breeze (kalimba solo)

    • Towards The Wind.
    • ECM 159 453 2.
  • Mari Boine/Ole Jørn Myklebust

    Go Idja Nuossala – When Night is Almost Done

    Artist: Mari Boine Artist: Promo

  • Sylvie Courvoisier + Mark Feldman Quartet

    Whispering Glades

    • Intact.
    • Promo.

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