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Jazz multi-instrumentalist Edward Larry Gordon Jr. became Laraaji around the same time he started releasing meditative zither music in the late 70s and was then discovered by Brian Eno, who produced our intro, "The Dance No. 1" from Ambient 3: Day of Radiance (1980). Laraaji has since had around 40 releases of largely improvised music. We discuss "Hold on to the Vision" (and hear "Shenandoah") from Sun Piano (2020), the single edit of "Introspection" from Bring On the Sun (2017), and "All of a Sudden," a 1986 vocal tune released on Vision Songs, Vol. 1 (2017). More at laraaji.blogspot.com.
Watch Laraaji's recent Tiny Desk Concert. Hear all of "The Dance No. 1." Watch the live TV version of "All of a Sudden" we discuss, as well another episode of Celestrana featuring Dr. Love the puppet. Watch a similar, recent isolation stream also featuring Dr. Love and much more. Listen to the full glory of "Introspection" and the trip that is "Sun Gong." Check out some live gong playing. Here's a remix of "Introspection" by Dntel.
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