When my daughter, Kim, was quite young, she used to wear some large, round
spectacles that covered her beautiful face. She already showed the energy
and vitality of a natural artist. Her little-girl rhythms inspired this
A song about the joy of the beauty of our planet Earth as seen through the
eyes of children. This is nature in its fullest sense-magnificent.
The Last Day
That day will come perhaps sooner than we realize. The sky opens up. The
Creator appears and all Earth's inhabitants get down on their knees-the
powerful, the weak. the rich, the poor. We humble ourselves and pay our
dues for our selfish greed and lack of respect for the planet.
he year is 1961. I am flying to Nigeria -going to my
ancestral home at last. The motors of the plane seem to have a different
Apprehension... excitement My true home Africa. I was blessed to have this
Blue in Tunisia
A quiet night near the sea... strange moon. Spirit -deep thoughts ref my
father, who became an ancestor. The color blue... an unforgettable
experience on the coast of Southern Tunisia.
Mystery of Love
This is a West African version of Romeo and Juliet, written by Guy Warren
of Ghana, a master percussionist, composer, and philosopher. I change the
melody a little. It's been my theme song for many years.
blues master. With his magnificent orchestra and original piano, he
probably created more varieties of blues than anyone.
This album is dedicated to the memory of my father, Frank Edward Weston,
who was responsible for those struggling years of piano lessons, and gave
me pride, dignity and awareness of true African civilization, a true
1984 Randy Weston