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Shabaka Hutchings, Jason Singh

Fiona Talkington instroduces the Geoff Eales Trio, Punch Brothers perform Radiohead, Plinth's Music for Small's Lighthouse and this month's Late Junction Session brings together Shabaka Hutchings (clarinet and saxophone) with Jason Singh (vocals and electronics) for a unique collaboration.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Punch Brothers

    Flippen (Väsen)

    • Who's Feeling Young Now.
    • Nonesuch 7559796277.
  • Hamid Shabkhiz

    Asheghi Doroughe

    • Rangarang: Pre-Revolutionary Iranian Pop.
    • Vampi Soul VAMPICD138.
  • Geoff Eales Trio

    Magister Ludi

    • Master of the Game.
    • Edition Records EDN1011.
  • Keith Kenniff

    Even Now

    • Branches.
    • Village Green VGCD002.
  • Wendy Carlos

    JS Bach: Wachet Auf

    • Switched-On Boxed Set.
    • East Side Digital ESD 81422.
  • Punch Brothers

    Kid A (Radiohead)

    • Who's Feeling Young Now.
    • Nonesuch 7559796277.
  • Steve Lawson

    The Creative

    • Believe in Peace.
    • www.stevelawson.net.
  • Hanne Hukkelberg (with Erik Vister)

    Erik

    • Featherbrain.
    • Propeller PRR51.
  • Sidsel Endresen & Bugge Wesseltoft

    Nightsong (based on words by Adrian Henri)

    • Nightsong.
    • ACT 9004.
  • Shabaka Hutchings / Jason Singh

    Fragments

    • Late Junction Session.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Shabaka Hutchings / Jason Singh

    Like Repetitive Verses

    • Late Junction Session.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Shabaka Hutchings / Jason Singh

    Still

    • Late Junction Session.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Naomi Bedford / Justin Currie

    My Love is Deep

    • Tales from the Weeping Willow - Songs of Murder, Death and Sorrow.
    • Dusty Willow Records DWR001.
  • Plinth

    The Beckoning Arm / Sirens

    • Music for Small's Lighthouse.
    • Second Language SL05.

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