The Keith Henson Octet is an eight piece, five horn band featuring arrangements of jazz and popular. B's Bossa from the CD Perkin' with the Keith Henson Octet. Composed and arranged by Keith Henson. 3. Henson Octet December 15 2106 Klawitter. 4. Tracy Knoop soloing on Time After Time at the B Sharp Coffee House with the Henson Octet. 2. 1. See all. Posts. The Keith Henson Octet-KHO Jazz Workshop. The Keith Henson Octet-KHO Jazz Workshop
Howard Keith Henson (born 1942) is an American electrical engineer and writer on space engineering, space law (Moon treaty), memetics, cryonics, evolutionary psychology and physical limitations of Transhumanism. In 1975, he and his then-wife Carolyn Meinel founded the L5 Society, which promoted space colonization and which was eventually folded into the National Space Society
The L5 Society was founded in 1975 by Carolyn Meinel and Keith Henson to promote the space colony ideas of Gerard K. O'Neill. In 1987 the L5 Society merged with the National Space Institute to form the National Space Society. Name - The name comes from the L4 and L5 Lagrangian points in th. mage: Lagrange points Earth vs Moon.
In June 1965, 28-year-old Jim Henson started a written log of his activities in what became known as The Red Book. He noted down what had happened up until that point (deemed Ancient History ) and then recorded anything that he felt was worth recording as single line journal entries until the end of 1988. Selected curated entries courtesy of The Jim Henson Company Archives. In 1970, Jim began working with three song writers, Alan Scott, Marilyn Scott and Keith Textor. They composed and performed many of the tunes Jim used for his second counting film series made for Sesame Street. Along with music for Number 5 and Number 11, Alan Scott wrote the lyrics for the charming Number 2 film featuring two little girls with dolls and Cheryl Henson’s doll house. That vocal track was recorded by Juli Christman who would record Hold Me for a Textor and Friends album around the same time.
|5||Song Of The Islands||5:32|
|8||I May Be Wrong||2:49|
|11||Pete Takes A Short Fall||2:31|
- Tenor Saxophone – Keith Henson
NotesThe Keith Henson Octet with Jeff Kaye, Bill Perkins,Vaughan Wiester, Pete Christlieb, Craig Hoyer, Clipper Anderson, Wally Mitchel and Jeff Busch. Guest soloist Rob Davis
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