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Thursday - Fiona Talkington

Fiona Talkington presents music with Scottish bands The Halton Quartet & Meursault; also, a women's choir from Zanzibar, music by trombonist Erik Johannessen and Richard Baker's Angelus for percussion.

45 minutes

Music Played

  • The Halton Quartet

    Washington Square Park

    • Based on True Events.
    • Self-Released HQR001CD.
  • Meursault


    • Something for the Weakened.
    • Song, by Toad Records.
  • Erik Johannessen

    Swamp Thing

    • Inkblots.
    • Gigafon GIGA004.
  • David McCracken

    Mara a'mine

    • Private Recording.
    • Private Recording.
  • Jan Garbarek / Palle Danielsson

    Skrik & Hyl (Cries and Confusion)

    • Dansere.
    • ECM 275 5178.
  • Lena Willemark / Ale Möller / Palle Danielsson / Mats Edén / Jonas Kutsson / Tina Johansson

    Bjørnen (The Bear)

    • Agram.
    • ECM 533 0992.
  • Los Hermanos Zuleta

    El Condor Legendario

    • El Condor Legendario.
    • Sony 52 001083.
  • Kikosi Cha Taarab Cha Muungano Wa Wanawaka, Zanzibar / Fatma Saleh Kibwana

    Mpeni Pole

    • Taarab Volume 3: The Music of Zanzibar.
    • GlobeStyle ORBD040.
  • Strange Angels

    Richard Baker: Angelus

    • Critical Notice.
    • Unknown Public UPbmic.
  • Iain Chambers / Francesca Panetta

    Felix Carey: One Week And A Day

    • Private Recording.
    • Private Recording.
  • Al Bowlly

    It's Time To Say Goodnight

    • The Classics Years.
    • BBC BBCCD649.
  • Xavier Rudd


    • Spirit Bird.
    • Sideonedummy SD14942.


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