Late Night Tales


June 12, 2011

Time: 9:30pm

The Late Night Tales series was established way back in 2001 with Fila Brazilia taking to the controls and mixing up the first of what would continue to be the choice of music connoisseurs worldwide.

The idea was to let the world’s best artists delve deep into their collections to create the ultimate late night collection.

Since its conception, we’ve seen the likes of Groove Armada, The Flaming Lips, Four Tet, Belle & Sebastian, Air and many more step up to produce their own individual take on the concept.

The series continues to dazzle with recent albums from Nouvelle Vague, Lindstrom and Fatboy Slim all exploring vastly different styles but all delivering a perfect musical package.

Not only is it a collection of the artist’s favourite tracks and inspirations, there’s also a special, and exclusive might we add, cover version included. This is the chance for our compilers to tackle a hidden gem or pay tribute to an idol by creating something totally new and exciting.

And as if all this wasn’t enough, each mix is put to sleep with a special Late Night spoken word story, taking in the likes of David Shrigley, Bootsy Collins, Brian Blessed, Alex Turner, Will Self and more recently Paul Morley.

So there we have it, look back, look forward, relax and enjoy…

Are you sitting comfortably?


Mix 1
1 Gene Wilder - Pure imagination
2 Thomas Newman - 72 degrees and sunny
3 Carl Orff - Gassenhauer
4 Alice Theme - Alice In Wonderland
5 Ry Cooder - Paris, Texas
6 John Barry - Midnight Cowboy
7 Nino Rota - O Venezia, Venaga, Venusia
8 Roy Budd - Getting Nowhere In A Hurry
9 Pascal Rogé - Gnossienne #3
10 Michael Andrews & Gary Jules - Mad World

Mix 2
1 Arthur Fiedler & Boston Pops Orchestra - March of the Siamese Children
2 Samuel Barber - Adagio For Strings
3 Stanley Myers, Arr. Gregg Nestor - Cavatina from the Film "The Deer Hunter
4 John Williams - Wild Signals
5 Ennio Morricone - Deborah's Theme
6 John Barry - Main Theme - On Her Majesty's Secret Service
7 Carmine & Francis Ford Coppola - Saigon [Narration And Dialogue]
8 Philip Glass - Powaqqatsi
9 Deodato - Also Sprach Zarathustra
10 Thomas Newman - Brooks Was Here
11 Michael Kamen - Central Services/The Office
12 Tomoyasu Hotei - Kill Bill Teaser
13 Shirley Bassey - Diamonds are Forever

Mix 3
1 Lalo Schifrin - Bullitt (Main Title)
2 Bernard Herrmann - The Day The Earth Stood Still Outer Space
3 Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells
4 Bernard Herrmann - All the animals come out at night
5 Thomas Newman - Dead Already
6 Giorgio Moroder - The Chase
7 Thomas Newman - The Shawshank Redemption trailer
8 Ryuichi Sakamoto - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
9 Wendy Carlos - Ode to Joy
10 Ennio Morricone - Al Capone
11 Henry Mancini & His Orchestra - The Pink Panther Theme

Mix 4
1 Mark Ayres - Halloween Main Theme
2 Isaac Hayes - Theme from Shaft
3 Henry Mancini & His Orchestra - Baby Elephant Walk
4 Gene Wilder, Zero Mostel, John Zoller - Opening Night: Lobby, Overture
5 Vangelis - Tears In Rain
6 Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain
7 Thomas Newman - Horse
8 Louis Armstrong - We Have All the Time in the World
9 Danny Elfman - Scissorhands The Grand Finale
10 Michael Crawford - Only takes A Moment

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About Domino Radio

In the spirit of such stand-alone broadcasting giants as Radio Caroline, John Peel Show, Rinse FM, The World Service and Woman's Hour - and dispensing with such orthodoxies as playlists and compliance - Domino Radio commences transmission on June 6th 2011, for a week of non-stop music, conversation and good times.

Presented by Domino's international roster of artists, along with friends and neighbours from the worldwide independent music community, Domino Radio will host a dynamic schedule loaded with individuality, free expression and all manner of sounds from around the world.


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