Earthbeat is a landmark album by saxophonist Paul Winter. Recorded and released in 1987, the album was a joint project between the Paul Winter Consort and the Dmitri Pokrovsky Ensemble from Russia, then the Soviet Union. The Paul Winter Consort first met the Pokrovsky Ensemble during a tour of the Soviet Union in September 1986 when they performed together during a concert at Moscow University
Photography – Peter Barry Chowka. Paul Winter (2). Earthdance (LP, Comp).
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PAUL WINTER is a world fusion, jazz related pop/art song/folk, third stream, latin jazz, hard bop, bossa nova jazz related improv/composition music artist. In 1961, while Winter was in college at Northwestern University, the Paul Winter Sextet won the Intercollegiate Jazz Festival and was signed by Columbia Records. The next year, the band toured Latin America as cultural ambassadors for the United States State Department, playing 160 concerts in 23 countries.
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Paul Winter attended Altoona Area High School and graduated in 1957. In 1961, while he was in college at Northwestern University, the band that he founded, the Paul Winter Sextet, won the Intercollegiate Jazz Festival and was signed by Columbia Records. The Sextet was also the first jazz band to perform at the White House. In 1961, while he was in college at Northwestern University, the band that he founded, the Paul Winter Sextet won the Intercollegiate Jazz Festival and was signed by Columbia Records. In 1978 Winter released "Common Ground" an album that combined his music and animal sounds (Wolves, Eagles, Whales) and ushered in what became known as "New Age" music.