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Max Reinhardt - Vinyl Special

Max Reinhardt celebrates Record Store Day 2016 with an all-vinyl special. With Bela and Ditta Bartok, Segun Adewale, Glen Francis, Paddy Steer, Giant Sand and Can.

Max Reinhardt takes to the decks to celebrate Record Store Day 2016, rejoicing in the hum and crackle in this all vinyl special. He'll revisit original LPs with Bela & Ditta Bartok performing Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion, a Nigerian Juju classic from Segun Adewale and Jamaican gospel from Glen Francis. We also play recent vinyl reissues by Manchester's answer to Moondog, Paddy Steer, as well as a Record Store Day release from Arizonan desert rockers Giant Sand and an old classic from Can.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Savant

    Artificial Dance

  • Love

    The Castle

    • Da Capo.
  • Sweet Talks


  • Geese


  • Cecil Leuter

    Pop Electronique No 2

  • Monoton


  • Can

    Soul Desert

  • Béla Bartók

    Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion

    Performer: Ditta Pasztory Bartok. Performer: Béla Bartók. Performer: Harry J Baker. Performer: edward J Rubsan.
  • Folk Group

    Portland Town (with Intro by Robert Gittings)

  • Glen francis

    Hold My Hand

  • Barre Phillips


  • Paddy Steer

    Spook Out evil opus

  • Giant Sand

    Temptation of Egg

  • Frédéric Chopin

    24 Préludes, Op.28

    Performer: Maurizio Pollini.
    • Chopin: 24 Préludes, Op.28.
  • Segun Adewale

    Bobo Gme Mi Leke

  • John Coltrane

    Like someone in love


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