Gordon Stone creates Vermont's New World music with his new CD and musical collaborations. After more than 35 years of making his home and his music in Vermont, Gordon mined the landscape for musicians from around the world who have come to make Vermont their home. Gordon has been awarded a Community Arts Grant from the Vermont Arts Council which will go to support the rehearsal, performance and promotion of a collection of new songs by a Vermont Composer that reflect Vermont's ethnic diversity. "Night Shade" was recorded in longtime friends Phish's barn here in Vermont, and Page McConnell, lends his B3 sounds to the title track. Seven Days, the state's award-winning independent weekly newspaper calls the CD "excellent, profoundly so..." and Mike Gordon says of Gordon Stone: "Clearly, he's an inspiration." Seven Days readers have also honored Stone with the title "Best Instrumentalist" for the third year, making him the category's favorite, over the last seven years it has been holding the polls. Stone looks to grow the new sounds and production and offered a sneak peek at his CD Release party in Burlington back in July, when he added dancers from Vermont's Jeh Kulu. Gordon Stone played Afro-fusionin Vermont in the 1980's with a band called Zebra led by a Nigerian named Lofty - longtime friend and occasional band mates Russ Lawton and Jimmy Ryan were also members.
Jelly Cake Rag
Well You Needn't - Thelonius Monk
Scratchin' the Surface
Kaki Lambe - Traditional
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