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Verity Sharp with Richard Dawson's Mixtape

Verity Sharp presents a special mixtape from Newcastle-based folk musician Richard Dawson. Plus Malian music, lo-fi gospel, Aldous Harding and Kiran Leonard.

Verity Sharp presents a mix handcrafted by Geordie twisted troubadour Richard Dawson. A tribute to the age-old tradition of making a mixtape for a friend, Richard will be taking listeners on a thirty-minute journey through his wildly diverse record collection. His tastes are as eclectic as his legendary live performances.

Plus Malian music, lo-fi gospel, Aldous Harding, Kiran Leonard, and more adventures in sound and fury.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Beccy Owen


    • Down With Gravity.
    • Fairy Snuff.
    • 8.
  • Kiran Leonard

    Pink Fruit (Radio Edit)

    • Grapefruit.
    • Moshi Moshi.
    • 2.
  • Yetchiko Bedeguar

    wit-tossed, wotsate

    • Uncumber Yamlet Bitterling and Bine.
    • 6.
  • Toru Takemitsu


    Performer: molto cantabile.
    • Aufbruch.
    • Molto Cantabile.
    • 13.
  • Aldous Harding

    I’m So Sorry

    • Spunk.
  • Derek Gripper


    • Libraries On Fire.
    • New Cape Records.
    • 2.
  • Rokia Traoré


    • Né So.
    • Nonesuch.
    • 2.
  • Deakin

    Golden Chords

    • Sleep Cycle.
    • My Animal Home.
    • 1.
  • Richard Dawson

    The Magic Bridge

    • The Magic Bridge.
    • Domino.
    • 10.
  • Ruth White


  • Wynona Carr

    Dragnet For Jesus

  • Rhodri Davies

    Pivotal Object (Excerpt)



  • Áine O'Dwyer

    We Plough The Fields And Scatter (Excerpt)

  • Ob

    Golden Moon Reducer (Excerpt)

  • Theo Parrish

    Thug Irony (Excerpt)

  • Mina

    Se Telefonando

  • Annie Gosfield

    The Manufacture Of Tangled Ivory II



  • Georges Ivanovitch Gurdjieff

    Anthem For The Infinite Creator

  • David Coulter & Seb Rochford


    • Good Friday.
    • Trestle.
    • 9.
  • Otis G. Johnson

    Time To Go Home

  • Mary Lattimore

    Otis Walks Into The Woods

    • At The Dam.
    • Ghostly International.
    • 1.


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