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Max Reinhardt - 19/07/2011

Max Reinhardt presents a show from the 2011 Latitude Festival, with sets from Shabaka Hutchings on sax, electric cellist Bela Emerson, plus the Alasdair Roberts Trio from Scotland.

Max Reinhardt presents the first of three shows recorded at the Latitude Festival in Suffolk last weekend. Tonight, sets from sax-player Shabaka Hutchings with Kit Downes on keyboards and Tim Giles on drums; electric cellist Bela Emerson; and Scottish alt-folk group the Alasdair Roberts Trio.

This is the first time that Late Junction has collaborated with Latitude Festival. We are curating a live music stage, with three bands performing each night. We're also reporting on the festival as a whole, which includes a diverse range of music, as well as theatre, poetry and visual arts.

1 hour, 45 minutes

Last on

Tue 19 Jul 2011 23:15

Music Played

  • Alasdair Roberts

    The Year of Burning

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Alasdair Roberts

    The Whole House is Singing

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Alasdair Roberts

    Little Sir Hugh

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Alasdair Roberts

    Song Composed in December

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Alasdair Roberts

    The Burning of Auchindoun

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Linton Kwesi Johnson

    The Great Insurrection

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Steve Mason & Dennis Bovell

    Dub I Just A Man

    • Ghosts Outside.
    • Domino DS027CDX.
  • Björk

    Crystalline (Radio edit Serban Ghenea Final Master)

    • Biophilia.
    • Geo Records GEO079.
  • Bela Emerson (electric cello)

    Untitled Piece

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Blick Bassy

    Ndjeck

    • Hongo Calling.
    • World Connection 43099.
  • Al Green & Lyle Lovett

    Funny How Time Slips Away

    • Rhythm, Country and Blues.
    • MCA Nashville MCAD 10965.
  • Shabaka Hutchings Trio

    Improvisation

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival.
    • BBC Recording.

Broadcast

  • Tue 19 Jul 2011 23:15

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