Having met saxophonist Soweto Kinch at Ladbroke Hall a few weeks ago, I was delighted that he agreed to join me in conversation.
Soweto is more than a great musician, as evidenced by his album White Juju (recorded live at the Barbican in November 2021 with the London Symphony Orchestra) and I hope that comes across in our conversation. The music conveys so much about the pandemic and other major issues of our times. I cannot recommend it highly enough and if you have the chance to hear Soweto play, please do so.
Thanks to Soweto for allowing me to play extracts from White Juju alongside our conversation.
Thank you for listening to Harmonious World. Please rate, review and share: click on the link and subscribe to support the show.
Don't forget the Quincy Jones quote that sums up why I do this: "Imagine what a harmonious world it would be if every single person, both young and old, shared a little of what he is good at doing."
Thanks for listening to Harmonious World. You can support the show by becoming a subscriber.
Please rate and review wherever you find your podcasts - it really helps.
Read my reviews of albums, gigs and books as well as a little personal stuff on my blog
Follow me on instagram.com/hilseabrook
Follow me on facebook.com/HilarySeabrookFreelanceWriter
Follow me on twitter.com/hilaryrwriter