This week we bring you jazz that's out of this world, as we head to the Planetarium in 1975.
That's when legendary Vancouver saxophonist Fraser MacPherson
staged a historic concert which spawned the album, "Live at the Planetarium." It launched MacPherson's solo career, lead to worldwide touring, and inspired generations of aspiring jazz musicians.
This Saturday, in an encore presentation of Hot Air, our guests are guitarist Oliver Gannon
-who played on the album and Fraser McPherson's son, Guy.
"Live at the Planetarium" by the Fraser MacPherson Trio is now
available for download from CDBaby
, including 2 bonus tracks.
The original version of this Hot Air broadcast is available to stream on cbc.ca