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Nick Luscombe with Gideon Coe

Gideon Coe shares his latest discoveries with Nick Luscombe. Plus 21st-century rumba from Badi, a piano piece from Julien Mier and a new version of an old Cornish maritime song.

Adventures in music, ancient to future: 6 Music's Gideon Coe drops in to share some of his latest discoveries. Gideon Coe is very familiar with the BBC music archives and in particular knows the John Peel session archive inside and out. Here he joins Nick to reveal some of his recent discoveries.

We'll also hear 21st-century Congolese rumba from Badi, a captivating piano piece from Julien Mier and a new version of an old Cornish maritime song incorporating underwater recordings by Thirty Pounds of Bone and Philip Reeder.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Grethe Agatz

    Ekkoleg

    • Barclay.
  • nonkeen

    Glow

    • R&S.
  • B.A.Di

    Intègration

    • BBE.
  • Glenn Branca

    Sym. No. 1, Movement 4

    Performer: Glenn Branca.
    • ROIR Records.
  • impLOG

    Holland Tunnel Dive

    • Soul Jazz Records.
  • Morgan Delt

    I Don't Wanna See What’s Happening Outside

    • Sub Pop.
  • Philip Reeder & 30 Pounds of Bone

    Farewell to Grog

  • Nimzo-Indian

    Spring Cleaning

  • Julien Mier

    Don't Doubt

    • Youngbloods.
  • Ragnar Johnson & Jessica Mayer

    Gomikali Bak Borai

    • QUARTZ Publications.
  • Yeah Yon

    Command Pool

    • Slip Imprint.
  • Endgame

    Felony Riddim

    • Hyperdub.
  • Andrew Morgan

    Evening Fireflies

  • Test Dept.

    Shockwork (John Peel Session, 1983)

  • Roy Harper

    North Country (Peel Session, 1974)

  • The Library of Babel

    Branching

    • Blue Tapes.
  • M. Craft

    Midnight

    • Heavenly Recordings.

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