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Fiona Talkington - 25/05/2011

Fiona Talkington with an eclectic late-night mix, including a collaboration between Polish band Kroke and Norwegian trio Tindra, songs by Nick Drake, traditional music from Morocco and music for prepared piano by John Cage.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Tonbruket


    • Dig it to the End.
    • ACT 9026 2.
  • Tindra & Kroke

    Jovano Jovanke (trad. arr Kroke)

    • Tindra and Kroke Live in Førde.
    • Ta:lik TA93CD.
  • Bernarda de Utrera


    • Europe.
    • Ocora C560066.
  • Ex Cathedra / Jeffrey Skidmore

    Juan de Araujo: ¡Aquí, Valentónes!

    • Moon, Sung & All Things.
    • Hyperion CDA67524.
  • Nick Drake

    Three Hours

    • Five leaves left.
    • Island IMCD8.
  • Albanian singer

    Rashë e pashë një ëndërrë

    • Complaints and Love Songs.
    • Ocora 560188.
  • Magne Hegdal (prepared piano)

    John Cage: Music for Marcel Duchamp

    • John Cage in Norway.
    • Henie Onstad Kunstsenter Prisma CD 707.
  • Jon Eberson (acoustic guitar) Håkon Graf (moog) Sveinung Hovensjø (4 str fender bass) Jon Christensen (drums, tambounine)

    Blow Out: watching everybody else [Eberson]

    • Compendium Records: Norway’s first progressive record store and label 1974-1977.
    • PSPCD718.
  • Majid Bekkas (voice and guembri)

    Hommage aux ancetres

    • Mabrouk.
    • Bekk Jazz BEE003.
  • Latvian Radio Choir / Sigvards Klava (conductor) / Aivar Kalejs (organ)

    Peteris Vasks: Dona Nobis Pacem

    • Vasks: Mate Saule / 3 Poems by Czeslaw Milosz.
    • BIS-CD-1145.
  • François Couturier


    • Tarkovsky Quartet.
    • ECM 274 2526.
  • Tindra & Kroke

    Life as it is (for Lena)

    • Tindra and Kroke Live in Førde.
    • Ta:lik TA93CD.
  • Thôt Agrandi


    • Work on Axis.
    • Quoi de neuf docteur Doc067.
  • Sigbjørn Apeland (harmonium)


    • Glossolalia.
    • Hubro CD 2503.
  • Zlatko Kaučič


    • Emigrants.
    • Leo Records CDLR604.
  • Craig Taborn

    This is how you disappear

    • Avenging Angel.
    • ECM 276 3637 5.
  • Jenny Hval

    Engines in the city

    • Viscera.
    • Rune grammofon RCD 2108.
  • Mesh -Jo Hutton/Roy Dodds

    The Witch's Finger

    • Music to watch cranes by.
    • Eynham records 0884502391107.
  • Nick Drake

    Day is done

    • Five leaves left.
    • Island IMCD8.
  • Ketil Bjørnstad & Svante Henryson

    Night Song (Evening Version)

    • Night Song.
    • ECM 2709579.
  • Brian Eno

    Deep Glass Bells (with harmonic clouds)

    • Bell Studies for the Clock of the Long Now.
    • Opal CD02.
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson

    They being dead yet speaketh

    • The Miner’s Hymns [from film by Bill Morrison].
    • Fat cat.


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