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Peter Zummo's Late Junction mixtape

Verity Sharp presents a mixtape from New York-based composer, trombone player and Arthur Russell collaborator Peter Zummo.

Peter Zummo’s trombone style is recognised as one of the central features of Arthur Russell’s sound but Russell was just one of many artists Zummo has collaborated with. Among others are The Lounge Lizards, Peter Gordon and his Love of Life Orchestra, Oliver Coates and composers David Behrman, Annea Lockwood and Pauline Oliveros. In this edition of the Late Junction mixtape Verity Sharp presents 30 minutes of unbroken music that Zummo has put together from across the breadth of his collection including fever jazz by Rahsaan Roland Kirk, searing electronics by Japanese fluxus composer Yazunao Tone and quintessential soul from Jr Walker.

Produced by Alannah Chance.
A Reduced Listening Production for BBC Radio 3.

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Music Played

  • Olivia Louvel

    The Weaver

    • SculptOr.
    • Cat Werk Imprint.
  • Arthur Russell

    Hop On Down

    • Calling Out Of Context.
    • Audika.
  • Yorkston Thorne Khan

    Twa Brothers

    • Navarasa : Nine Emotions.
    • Domino Recording Co.
  • Jan St. Werner

    VS Cancelled (edit)

    • Molocular Meditation.
    • Editions Mego.
  • Pulled by Magnets & Kit Downes

    Invite Them In

    • Rose Golden Doorways.
    • Glitterbeat Records.
  • Fidil

    Pinch of Snuff - The Wild Irishman

    • Decade.
    • Raelach Records.
  • Hien Bihoulèté, Kambiré Tiaporté & Da Gboro Alé

    Binkontina (extract)

    • Burkina Faso - Pays Lobi - Xylophone De Funérailles.
    • Ocora.
  • Cecilia Castro

    Para Eliza

    • verdure engraved (2019).
    • verdure engraved.
  • Peter Zummo

    Song II - Left, on the beat - Variation 1

    • Frame Loop.
    • Foom.
  • Roswell Rudd & The Jazz Composer’s Orchestra

    Breathahoward

    • Numatik Swing Band.
    • JCOA Records.
  • Jr. Walker & The All Stars

    How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

    • Road Runner.
    • Soul.
  • Luciano Berio

    Sequenza V For Trombone Solo

    Performer: Vinko Globokar.
    • Discours II / Sequenza V / Solo Für Melodie-Instrument Mit Rückkopplung / Consec.
    • Deutsche Grammophon.
  • Commodores

    Brick House (excerpt)

    • Brick House "A Motown Special Length Disco-Version".
    • Motown.
  • Miles Davis

    Dark Magus - Nne

    • Dark Magus.
    • Columbia, Legacy.
  • 刀根康尚

    Jiao Liao Fruits (Excerpt)

    • Musica Iconologos.
    • Lovely Music, Ltd..
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk

    Horses

    • The Case Of The 3 Sided Dream In Audio Color.
    • Atlantic.
  • Guy de Bièvre

    Night

    • Very Slow Disco Suite.
    • Canal Street Records.
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk

    Dream

    • The Case Of The 3 Sided Dream In Audio Color.
    • Atlantic.
  • Warren Zevon

    Interlude No. 1

    • Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School.
    • Asylum Records.
  • César Franck

    Symphony in D Minor (excerpt)

    Conductor: Willem Mengelberg. Orchestra: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
    • The Concertgebouw Recordings.
    • Universal.
  • Ahmad Jamal

    There Are Such Things

    • Cry Young.
    • Cadet.
  • People Like Us

    Listen With Your Eyes

    • Gone, Gone Beyond.
  • PIQSIQ

    Tuktu Strut

    • Altering The Timeline.
  • Seth Cooke

    Side A (extract)

    • Weigh the Word.
  • Robert Haigh

    Ghosts of Blacker Dye

    • Black Sarabande.
    • Unseen Worlds.
  • Jeff Parker

    Go Away

    • Suite for Max Brown.
    • International Anthem.
  • IZEY

    Displacement

    • Xaptation.
  • Mary & David

    Venus

    • Ethereal Transects: The Lore Of Celestial Objects.
    • Folklore Tapes.

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