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Nick Luscombe with Zakia Sewell

Nick Luscombe is joined by broadcaster and music lover Zakia Sewell, who share some song recommendations. Plus tracks from Ragnar Grippe, and Bill and Jean Bradway.

Broadcaster and music lover Zakia Sewell joins Nick to share some song recommendations. Working with the BBC, NTS Radio, and Honest Jon's Records, Sewell's specialities include spiritual jazz, psychedelic soul, and other celestial grooves.

Expect to hear pioneering Parisian tape experiments from Ragnar Grippe, mesmerising Ugandan music from Mugwisa International Xylophone Group, and Hawaiian gospel from sovereigns of the silver strings Bill & Jean Bradway.

Produced for Reduced Listening by Jack Howson.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Wed 12 Apr 2017 23:00

Music Played

  • Bill & Jean Bradway

    Aloha Means Good Morning

    • Gospel Hawaiinaires/The Songs Of Bill & Jean Bradway.
    • Numero Group.
  • Mugwisa International Xylophone Group

    The Munaana of Mugwisa (Ishmael at the Controls)

    • Santuri's Embaire Umeme E​P.
    • On The Corner Records.
  • Juana Molina

    Cosoco

    • Halo.
    • Crammed Discs.
  • Paco Sala

    Su-Pont

    • The Silent Season.
    • Denovali Germany.
  • Midori Takada

    Trompe l'Oeil

    • Through The Looking Glass.
  • Samuel Rohrer

    Microcosmoism

    • Range Of Regularity.
    • Arjunamusic.
  • Rich Rath

    Angola / Koromanti (17th century African Music from Jamaica)

  • Winsome

    Untitled (Side A)

    • Untitled.
    • Sugar Records.
  • Kjetil Husebø

    Feedback of Questions

    • Piano Transformed.
    • Optical Substance Productions.
  • Nuage

    Catch Light (feat. Olga Maximova)

    • WILD.
    • Project Mooncircle.
  • Taeko Kunishima

    Everything Is In The Air

    • Iridescent Clouds.
    • 33 Jazz Records.
  • Egisto Macchi

    La Luna E Il Fiume

    • Africa Minima.
  • Tom Mkhize

    Umthakati (The witch)

    • Music from Africa vol​.​1 Swazi Message / Big Band Bash.
    • Nyami Nyami Records.
  • Super Djata Band

    Mali Ni Woula

    • The Original Sound of Mali.
    • Mr Bongo.
  • Daphne Oram

    Shell

    • The Oram Tapes: Volume One.
  • Ragnar Grippe

    Sand Pt. 1

    • Sand.
    • Streamline.
  • Bill & Jean Bradway

    Hula Blues

    • Gospel Hawaiinaires/The Songs Of Bill & Jean Bradway.
    • Numero Group.

Broadcast

  • Wed 12 Apr 2017 23:00

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