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Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt presents Richard Thompson's new album Acoustic Rarities, a previously lost tape from Somalia by Sharaf Band and Rudresh Mahanthappa's Indo-Pak Coalition.

Max Reinhardt presents an eclectic selection including a track from Richard Thompson's new album Acoustic Rarities, which focuses on his previously unheard back catalogue.

Elsewhere in the programme, Max plays a previously lost tape from Somalia, which was part of a musical archive saved from bombing during the civil war, and music from Rudresh Mahanthappa's Indo-Pak Coalition.

Produced by Lucy Madge for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Fats Domino

    The Fat Man (Version 1)

  • Tony Allen

    Tony's Blues

    • The Source.
    • Blue Note France.
  • Philip Selway


    • Let Me Go.
    • Bella Union.
  • Trio Da Kali & Kronos Quartet

    Lila Bambo

    • Ladilikan.
    • World Circuit.
  • Fritz Hauser & We Spoke

    Second Thought

    • Different Beat.
    • Neu Records.
  • Richard Thompson

    What If?

    • Acoustic Rarities.
    • Beeswing Records.

    Still No (feat. Trim)

    • Sick of What I Don't Understand (Part 1).
    • Different Recordings.
  • Bozambo


    • The Original Sound of Burkina Faso.
    • Mr Bongo.
  • Nai Palm


    • Needle Paw.
    • Sony Music Classical.
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa's Indo-Pak Coalition


    • Agrima.
    • Self-release.
  • Matt Berry

    Night Terrors (Clark Remix)

    • Night Terrors (Clark Remix).
    • Acid Jazz.
  • Sharaf Band

    Kadeed Badanaa Naftaydani (My Life Is Full Of Tribulations) (feat. Xaawo Hiiraan)

    • Sweet As Broken Dates: Lost Somali Tapes From The Horn Of Africa.
    • Ostinato Records.
  • Aksak Maboul


    • Onze Danses Pour Combattre Le Migraine.
    • Crammed.
  • Ella Andall

    Ogun Ye Ku De Ye Baba

    • Oriki Ogun - A Suite of Chants to Ogun.
    • Self-release.
  • Valiska

    Heavy Riser

    • On Pause.
    • Trouble in Utopia.
  • Judy Dyble & Andy Lewis


    • Summer Dancing.
    • Acid Jazz.
  • Dimitri Tiomkin

    Wild is the Wind

    Performer: Katharine Philippa.
  • Fats Domino

    Goin' Home


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