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Thursday - Nick Luscombe

Nick Luscombe with new music from folk-inspired The Memory Band, a '70s Black Jazz re-issue from Doug Carn and the Fania-esque Salsa inspired sound of Bosq Of Whiskey Barons.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Bosq of Whiskey Barons

    Pura Candela

    • Bosq Y Orquestra De Madera.
    • Ubiquity.
  • CFCF

    Glass

    • Music For Objects.
    • Dummy Records.
    • 001.
  • Max Richter

    Berlin By Overnight

    • Sphere.
    • Deutsche Grammafon.
    • 010.
  • Peaking Lights

    More High

    • Dublab.
  • Dub Mentor

    Being Boiled

    • Allergy to Consciousness.
    • Ent-t.
    • 004.
  • Metamorphic

    Reckoner

    • Coalescence.
    • F-ire.
    • 009.
  • Ismaël Lô

    Without Blame

    • The Ballader: The Best of.
    • Wrasse Records.
    • 016.
  • Maia

    The Grandfather Plan

    • The Grandfather Plan.
    • Vandal.
    • 001.
  • Doug Carn

    New Moon

    • Spirit Of The New Land.
    • Black Jazz Records.
    • 7.
  • Ayaléw Mèsfin & Black Lion Band

    Gedawo

    • Ethiopiques.
    • Manteca.
    • 012.
  • John Holt

    Ali Baba

    • One Thousand Volts of Holt.
    • Trojan.
    • 008.
  • Dirg Gerner

    Before Its Over

    • Eglo.
  • fLako

    Sun Ba

    • Mesektet Extnd.
    • Project Mooncircle.
  • Kronos Quartet

    Tew semagn hagere

    • Floodplan.
    • Nonesuch.
    • 011.
  • Timo Andres & Metropolis Ensemble

    Paraphrase on Themes of Brian Eno

    • Home Stretch.
    • Nonesuch.
    • 005.
  • The Memory Band

    I See Cuckoo

    • On The Chalk.
    • Static Caravan.
    • 002.
  • Seyid Rustamo

    Getme Getme

  • The Human League

    Being Boiled

    • The Human League: Greatest Hits.

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