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Gilad Atzmon Discusses Tolerance, History and Revisionism on Aspen Grassroots TVGilad Atzmon Salem-News.com
The original program was just under one hour, and has been edited into six parts.
(ASPEN, Colo.) - This set of six video clips covers an almost taboo controversy to do with freedom of speech.
In the discussion, I stress the ethical and logical need for history to be open to revision.
Participants were Gilad Atzmon, Harvie Branscome, who was the program Moderator, Steve Kaufman the founder and director of Access Roaring Fork (accessrf.org/) and Michael Conniff of KUUR-FM in Aspen, Colorado.
Please note: The original program was just under one hour, and has been edited into six parts, and a few pauses, repetitions and hesitations have been removed.
The editing has not in any way changed the sense of what any of the speakers said, and the original program can be viewed here: vod.grassrootstv.org/vodcontent/9202-1.wmv
A special thanks to Anthony Lawson for editing the program and posting it.
Gilad Atzmon was born in Israel in 1963 and had his musical training at the Rubin Academy of Music, Jerusalem (Composition and Jazz). As a multi-instrumentalist he plays Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Baritone Saxes, Clarinet and Flutes. His album Exile was the BBC jazz album of the year in 2003. He has been described by John Lewis on the Guardian as the “hardest-gigging man in British jazz".
Gilad Atzmon's essays are widely published. His novels 'Guide to the perplexed' and 'My One And Only Love' have been translated into 24 languages.
As a member of the Blockheads, Gilad has also recorded and performed with Ian Dury, Robbie Williams, Sinead O'Connor and Paul McCartney. Gilad has also recorded with Robert Wyatt, the Water Boys and many others. Learn more about Gilad by visiting his Website
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