Gerald Clayton's "Bells On Sand" PLUS! music we love from Father John Misty, Molly Tuttle, and more...

Season 11, Ep. 507

Over the course of the pandemic, Gerald Clayton thought a lot about time. What it means, how we spend it, and how the past and the now influence the future in unexpected ways. His new album Bells On Sand is the result of this philosophizing and finds the acclaimed pianist and composer creating sublime new worlds out of simple melodies and space, and the resulting abstraction of time that both can provide.  

PLUS! Music we love from Father John Misty off of his latest LP Chloë and the Next 20th Century, and a new bluegrass classic of of Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway's Crooked Tree

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