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Episode #56

Program #56

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Wednesday, August 13, 2003

In this April 21, 1987 show, John visited pianist Keith Jarrett - not in the usual confines of the WNYC studios, but on Jarrett's front porch near the Delaware River in New Jersey. Jarrett discusses his 1986 two-disc set "Spirits," in which he plays flutes, recorder, saxophone, tabla, guitar and yes, even the piano. We also hear some selections from his ECM release, Invocation/The Moth and the Flame.

PROGRAM #056 "Interview with Keith Jarrett" (First aired: April 21, 1987)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Keith Jarrett

Facing You

"Landscape For Future Earth"

ECM #1017
www.ecmrecords.com

Spirits

#10, 19, 15, 17

ECM 1333/34
www.ecmrecords.com

Invocation/The Moth and the Flame

"The Moth and the Flame Pt. 2"

ECM 1201 (2 CDs)
www.ecmrecords.com

Spirits

#4

See above.

G.I. Gurdjieff / Sacred Hymns

"Hymn for Easter Thursday"
"Hymnto the Endless Creator"

ECM 1174
www.ecmrecords.com

Spirits

#24, 25, 11, 9

See above.

Invocation/The Moth and the Flame

"Recognition"

See above.

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Comments [1]

peter silver from Australia

Could you tell me how to access the sound of many of your archived programs.
On some there is sound available and others there is no way of playing the program.
I am a committed listener and am desperate to listen to all back issues.
Please assist.
Program 56 is one example.
Otherwise thank you for this great program.
Can one buy all back issues perhaps?

Apr. 25 2013 06:16 AM

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