Another show recorded in the comfort of my own flat – I seem to have a bit of a sore throat and it was recorded at the same time as rush hour. There is a bit of interference from the traffic outside my window and my links are more chaotic than normal because I was recording the show backwards to accommodate the last track. I am so dog-tired after a sleepless night that I could not face going up to the studio to sit there to record the show. Well, it is done now …. (sighs)
I have included the albums in the playlist below –
Artist / Album / Song
Graeme Miller & Steve Shill / The Moomins OST / Partytime
Hauschka / The Prepared Piano / Where Were You
Reinhold Friedl / Quatuor Diotima / String Quartet No. 1 (2005)
Hailu Mergia & His Classical Instrument / Shemonmuanaye / Hari Meru Meru
Sun Ra And His Astro Infinity Arkestra / Marshall Allen presents Sun Ra And His Arkestra: In The Orbit Of Ra / Somebody Else’s World
Aaron Dilloway / Sounds Of Nepal Volumes 1 – 3 / Buddhist Music Of Seto Gompa 1-10-05
Ivor Cutler / Jammy Smears / A Wooden Tree
Matt da Conga / Horny Helen / Horny Helen
Guerrilla Dub System / Dub Force – EP / Heart of the System
NoOne / How Doth The Little Crocodile Improve His Shining Tail / How Doth The Little Crocodile Improve His Shining Tail
String Quartet No. 1, the piece composed by Reinhold Friedl was dedicated to Anton Lukoszevieze & commissioned by BBC London. On the piece, instruments are only bowed in circles. These simple movements, when combined in an asymmetric rhythmical structure, cause complex soundscapes that tend to develop a certain tonal state. Check out the album here – http://bit.ly/2m8OeEw – you can listen to it in its entirety.
The album from which the sole Field Recording I play on tonight’s show is lifted from Sounds Of Nepal Volumes 1-3 by Aaron Dilloway. The album was released by Hanson Records February 2013. All of the profits from the sale of the album will go to The America Nepal Medical Foundation – www.americanepalmedicalfoundation.com.
Hope you appreciate the last track.