Filed under: Jordan De La Sierra | Tags: Alan Watts, Clarence Clemons, Grateful Dead
For those overwhelmed by the minimalist masterpiece that is Gymnosphere: Song Of The Rose, Red Bull Music Academy just published a lengthy interview with the man behind the music, Jordan De La Sierra. A litany of “Did you know?” crops up, connecting De La Sierra with the Grateful Dead, E-Street sax man Clarence Clemons, and fellow Numero Group honoree, Alan Watts. For instance, did you know that Gymnosphere: Song Of The Rose was performed using only seven notes? Well, you would if you’d read this interview, so, you should probably read this interview.
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