Harper Simon and Jenni Muldaur
Stephen Talkhouse
Amagansett, NY

August 6, 1995

The Ken G. Collection [Vol 203]

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Here's something extremely rare and uniquely special.

We have Paul Simon's son performing way back in 95 as the following act to Chris Botti (which was shared here yesterday)

Harper Simon grew up in New York City. After high school he moved to Boston to study at the Berklee College of Music.

In the 1990s Harper played the club circuit in New York as a solo artist with both acoustic and electric ensembles.

He sometimes made appearances singing traditional folk and country songs with singer Jenni Muldaur and Robert Quine.

During this period, sessions were recorded with producer Don Fleming and Murph, drummer from the band Dinosaur, Jr.

These tracks were never released. Harper contributed music to two films by Abel Ferrara, New Rose Hotel and The
Blackout, and also played guitar on Carl Perkins's last studio album "Go Cat Go" in 1996.

After 2000 Harper performed as a guitarist in Yoko Ono's Plastic Ono Band on many occasions.

In 2006 Harper played on Sean Lennon's "Friendly Fire" CD.

Harper didn't release a solo album until 2009 and then again in 2013.

For the people who have listened to his solo albums, the reviews seem to highly praise his work.

In 2012, Harper Simon performed at the Jerry Garcia 70th birthday tribute.

Even though this night's show was the main act for the night, it's the shorter performance.

I would describe this music as a mixture of country and rock.

No idea on song titles.

Sample Provided.


Total Time = 26:38 min