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22 July 2005

Friday 22 July 2005 22:30-23:30 (Radio 3)

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a specially recorded session by the group Jaga Jazzist in collaboration with keyboard player Django Bates.

Duration:

1 hour

Playlist

MIXING IT

Presented by Robert Sandall and Mark Russell
Produced by Felix Carey
Factsheet compiled by Sam Hickling

Tel. 020 7765 4661
Fax. 020 7765 4378
e-mail mixing.it@bbc.co.uk

Friday 22 July 2005, 10:30pm


Meadow House: Minger (3.20)
Everything on this was recorded by Dan Wilson in his shed, on old equipment and homemade instruments.
album: Tongue Under a Ton of Nine Volters
Alcohol ALDW1CD
http://hellebore.aa.stodge.org/
http://www.l-m-c.org.uk/

Jaga Jazzist with Django Bates: All I Know Is Tonight (8.49)
Django Bates (Korg keyboard through laptop/wah-wah tenor horn); Lars Horntveth (guitar); Anders Hana (guitar/effects); Martin Horntveth (drums); Mathias Eick (trumpet); Erik Johannessen (trombone); Even Ormestad (bass)
Recorded 1 June 2005 at BBC Maida Vale Studio 3
This track also appears on the Jaga Jazzist album What We Must (Ninja Tune ZENCD1032)
http://www.jagajazzist.com
http://www.djangobates.co.uk/
Click here to read a review of Jaga Jazzist's latest album

Guapo: Black Oni part III (10.16)
This comes from the third album by the London-based trio of Daniel O'Sullivan (Fender Rhodes/keyboards/harmonium/Mellotron/guitar/electronics), Dave Smith (drums/percussion) and Matt Thompson (bass/guitar/electronics)
album: Black Oni
Ipecac Recordings IPC-59
Ipecac Recordings, PO Box 1778, Orinda, CA 94563 USA
http://www.ipecac.com
http://www.southern.net

Jaga Jazzist with Django Bates: For All You Happy People (7.10)
Django Bates (piano); Lars Horntveth (bass clarinet/guitar); Anders Hana (bowed guitar); Mathias Eick (trumpet); Erik Johannessen (trombone)
Recorded 1 June 2005 at BBC Maida Vale Studio 3
This track also appears on the Jaga Jazzist album What We Must (Ninja Tune ZENCD1032)
http://www.jagajazzist.com
http://www.djangobates.co.uk/

Masri Mokkassar / Mutamassik: Mawlid (3.54)
Masri Mokkassar, aka Mutamassik, came to prominence in New York in 1996 with her DJ sets blending afro and oriental roots, East Coast hip hop and hardstep syncopation. Since then, she has toured the world, done remix work for Arto Lindsay and worked extensively as a producer. This comes from her debut solo album.
album: Definitive Works
Very Friendly VF024CD
http://www.posteverything.com/labels/label.php?id=8688

Jaga Jazzist with Django Bates: Oslo Skyline (6.52)
Django Bates (Korg keyboard through laptop); Lars Horntveth (guitar); Anders Hana (guitar); Martin Horntveth (drums); Mathias Eick (Fender Rhodes); Erik Johannessen (trombone); Even Ormestad (bass); Andreas Mjøs (shaker/piano)
Recorded 1 June 2005 at BBC Maida Vale Studio 3
This track also appears on the Jaga Jazzist album What We Must (Ninja Tune ZENCD1032)
http://www.jagajazzist.com
http://www.djangobates.co.uk/

Leafcutter John: The Lesson (5.57)
The original concept for this double CD album came from ex-pat Mancunian living in Madrid Andy Macgregor. He asked for tracks to put on to a compilation commemorating the first anniversary of the Madrid train bombings (11 March 2004). He was overwhelmed by high quality responses, including this one from John Burton, which was the first track Andy received.
The CD is limited to 500 copies; more details at the website listed below.
album: Homenaje, Madrid 11 Marzo 2005
Rackham Records ARR1103
http://www.110304.com.es


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