Playlists with tracks by Yoshio Machida

Thursday 1st November 2018
Late Junction
Nick Luscombe with Ryuichi Sakamoto?s mixtape
12 / 19 Tracks
A mixtape from acclaimed composer and electronic music pioneer Ryuichi Sakamoto

Vangelis Main Titles
Ryuichi Sakamoto Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
Neu! Hallogallo
Barbara Göttingen
Neu! Isi
London Contemporary Orchestra N.E.W.
Yoshio Machida SYNTHI n°01
Ryuichi Sakamoto Science And Technology
Maurice Duruflé Requiem, Op. 9 (1961 version) 1. Introit
Kareem Lotfy Fr3sh
Ryuichi Sakamoto Chanson
Ryuichi Sakamoto Solari
Antônio Carlos Jobim Boto (Porpoise)
György Ligeti Piano Concerto (1985-88) - 1. Vivace molto ritmico e preciso - attacca subito
Yellow Magic Orchestra Rydeen
London Contemporary Orchestra Chasing Numbers
Ryuichi Sakamoto Love & Hate
Jóhann Jóhannsson Decyphering
Jan Jelinek Alice Schwarzer, Is It True That You're A Person Of Great Tenacity?
Thursday 14th August 2014
Late Junction
2014 Edinburgh Festival
9 / 13 Tracks
Max Reinhardt presents a special programme from the 2014 Edinburgh Festival.

Battles Wall Street
9Bach Llwynog
Ras G Rendered
Richard Thompson Valerie
Noura Mint Seymali El Barm
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky August
The Incredible String Band Lover Man
Yoshio Machida Synthi No. 23
Coppe' Figment Of Imagination
Errollyn Wallen Cautionary Tales (excerpt 1)
Errollyn Wallen Cautionary Tales! (excerpt: end of Matilda)
Randy Weston Yu Badee
Antony Hegarty For Today I am A Boy
Tuesday 8th April 2014
Late Junction
Tuesday - Nick Luscombe
7 / 13 Tracks
Nick Luscombe with music from Yoshio Machida, Gwilym Simcock and the Magic Drum Ensemble.

Super Mario
Erik Satie Gnossienne No 1
Billy Strayhorn Take The A Train
Haiku Salut Sounds Like There?s A Pacman Crunching Away At Your Heart
Wooden Wand Dambuilding
Julien Mier Je t'ecoute
Yoshio Machida Synthi No. 23
Rod Temperton Rock With You (Frankie's Favorite Club Mix)
Sam Prekop The Afternoon
The Detroit Escalator Co. Gathering Memory
Tortoise The Source Of Uncertainty
[traditional] Folk songs for mezzo-soprano and 7 players, no.2; I wonder as I wander
Gwilym Simcock Move!: Columns