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Verity Sharp

Music for the body and for the mind, Verity shines a light on American New Age music and plays half-heard conversations from Ron Geesin and Roger Water's Music from the Body.

Music for the body and music for the mind, Verity Sharp shines a light on the golden age of New Age music from the 1950s onwards and plays slaps, laughs, breaths and whispers from the soundtrack 'Music from the Body', a collaborative effort between Ron Geesin and Pink Floyd's Roger Waters for a film called The Body.

Elsewhere in the show hear the half heard conversations of Italian sound artist Alessandro Bosetti, India's bansuri flute maestro Ronu Majumdar and a previously unreleased performance by Cecil Taylor.

Produced by Alannah Chance for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Wed 11 Jul 2018 23:00

Music Played

  • Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp


    • Sauvage Formes.
    • Les Disques Bongo Joe.
  • John Bence

    Kill (Part 1)

    • Kill.
    • Grooming.
  • Wilburn Burchette

    Witch's Will

    • I Am The Center: Private Issue New Age Music In America, 1950-1990.
    • Light In The Attic.
  • Laura Mello

    Speech Fire

    • Word Up?!.
  • Maja Ratkje

    In Dialogue With Rudnik (Excerpt)

    • Polish Radio Experimental Studio Revisited 1998-2018.
    • Wire Magazine.
  • Dave Van Ronk

    I Buyed Me A Little Dog

    • Inside Dave Van Ronk.
    • Fantasy ‎.
  • William Onyeabor & Scientist

    Body And Soul (Remix)

    • What?!.
    • Luaka Bop.
  • Alessandro Bosetti

    Stand Up Comedy

    • Stand Up Comedy.
    • Weird Ear.
  • Segura Brothers

    Bury Me in a Corner of the Yard

    • Bury Me in a Corner of the Yard.
    • Death Is Not The End.
  • Cecil Taylor & Sunny Murray

    Sector 1

    • Corona.
    • Destination: OUT.
  • Gail Laughton

    Pompeii 76 A.D.

    • I Am The Center (Private Issue New Age Music In America, 1950-1990).
    • Light In The Attic.
  • You Are Wolf

    The Weeper (feat. Lisa Knapp)

    • KELD.
    • Firecrest Records.
  • Ronu Majumdar

    Pahadi Dhan


  • Wed 11 Jul 2018 23:00

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