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Wednesday - Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt presents highlights from the Late Junction stage in the Lavish Lounge at the 2012 Latitude Festival. With music from Trio Tekke, the Black Twig Pickers and Sam Lee.

From deep within the woods at this year's Latitude Festival Max Reinhardt presents highlights from the Late Junction stage in the Lavish Lounge. Returning to the festival for the second year, Late Junction curated 3 nights at the festival bringing its trademark genre-hopping, boundary-crossing musical stylings to the festival goers at Henham Park in Suffolk.

With highlights from Saturday on the Late Junction stage, Max presents the raw new-rebetika of Trio Tekke from Cyprus, the foot-stomping old time string band music of The Black Twig Pickers from Virginia, and the rising star of British folk music, Sam Lee and his band.

45 minutes

Music Played

  • Trio Tekke

    Soura Ke Mastoura

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival 2012.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Trio Tekke

    Pame Sto Faliro / Bambesa

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival 2012.
    • BBC Recording.
  • The Black Twig Pickers

    Smoker's Wedding March / Let Me Fall

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival 2012.
    • BBC Recording.
  • The Black Twig Pickers

    Lonesome Valley

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival 2012.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Sam Lee and Band

    Willie O

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival 2012.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Sam Lee and Band

    Tanyard Side

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival 2012.
    • BBC Recording.
  • Sam Lee and Band

    Goodbye My Darling

    • Late Junction at the Latitude Festival 2012.
    • BBC Recording.

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