Watch Andrew Bird and Esperanza Spalding Play Herbie Hancock, Alice Coltrane, More

Final 12 months, Andrew Fowl began a collection called “Live From the Terrific Space,” where musicians be a part of him in his household to conduct an acoustic set. Visitors included Fiona Apple, the National’s Matt BerningerJohn C. Reilly, My Early morning Jacket’s Jim James, and a lot more. Soon after a crack for touring, the second year kicks off with Esperanza Spalding, who sings and plays upright bass and bass guitar. Look at the full episode down below. Soon after opening the demonstrate with Alice Coltrane, they operate via a four-song set: Spalding’s “Apple Blossom,” Bird’s “Truth Lies Minimal,” Herbie Hancock’s “Ostinato (Suite for Angela),” and Antônio Carlos Jobim’s “Inútil Paisagem.”

Examine Pitchfork’s attribute, “Esperanza Spalding: Insubordinate by Nature.”

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