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Nick Luscombe - 17/02/2011

Nick Luscombe's mix tonight includes the Tashi Lhunpo Monks of Tibet, slide guitar blues from Kelly Joe Phelps, Californian piano minimalism from Terry Jennings, vintage soul from Ethiopia's Mahmoud Ahmed and an environmental sound recording from rural Japan.

1 hour, 45 minutes

Music Played

  • Suurõ’ Pilvõ’

    Suuro Pilvo (Big Clouds)

    • Suro Pilvo.
    • NCB.
  • Mahmoud Ahmed

    Ebakesh Tareqign

    • Ethiopiques.
    • Buda Musique 82980-2.
  • Koyate-Neerman


    • Kangaba.
    • No Format NOF.12.
  • New Residential Quarters

    Go To The Grave

    • Old Ghost Town.
    • SW1 SW1-001.
  • Mr Ginn

    Lots of Little Soldiers

    • Barry Dransfield.
    • Spinney 003CD.
  • Agnes Obel


    • Philharmonics.
    • PIAS PIASR 195 CDX.
  • Terry Jennings

    Winter Trees

    • Lost Daylight.
    • Another Timbre AT10.
  • Slowly Minute

    The Little Moon in Inside Pockets

    • Somewhere in Recollections.
    • Childisc CHCD038.
  • Gavin Bryars

    The Old Tower of Lobenicht (ECM)

    • After the Requiem.
    • ECM 847 537-2.
  • Katsutoshi Nagasawa


    • Katsutoshi Nagasawa.
    • RCA TWCL-2029.
  • Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra


    • Space Theatre.
    • RCA TWCL 1026.
  • Tashi Lhunpo Monks

    Durdak - The Lords of the Cemetry

    • Time of the Skeleton Lords.
    • 301PS TLM4907.
  • Field Recording

    Yokote Rain At Night

    • Yokote Rain At Night.
    • CDR.
  • Okazaki Hiroshi and his Stargazers

    Quiet Village

    • Ozaki Hiroshi.
    • Readymade Records COCP 50222.
  • Kyrie Kristmanson

    Song X

    • Origin of Stars.
    • No Format NOF15.
  • Christian Doepke

    Guardian Angel

    • Adlibs.
    • Jazz & Milk JM-CD-002.
  • Kelly Joe Phelps

    The House Carpenter

    • Shine Eyed Mister Zen.
    • Rykodisc RCD 10476.
  • Led Bib


    • Bring Your Own.
    • Cuneiform Records RUNE 314.


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