Amaranth: an everlasting flower, symbol of immortality.
E.M.I Records (The Gramophone Company Ltd.) Hayes٠Middlesex٠England.
Made and printed in Great Britain.
Printed and made by Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
A Denis Preston production.
A1 to A4, "A Symphony Of Amaranths", for Duke Ellington and Gil Evans.
This recording is made with the financial assistance from the Arts Council Of Great Britain.
"After long Silence" (The words of this poem are by W. B. Yeats and are used by permission of the copyright owner M. B. Yeats).
"She Weeps Over Rahoon" (By courtesy of The Society Of Authors on behalf of the trustees of the James Joyce Estate).
Jon Hiseman and Dick Heckstall-Smith appear by courtesy of Bronze and Island Records.
Liner Notes: Richard Williams — Radio Times 25.9.71.
Note on durations:
A1 to A4, "A Symphony Of Amaranths" suite, the individual durations are approximate as they run into one another.
B2 to B4, "Three Poems" suite, the individual durations of B2 & B3 are approximate as they run into one another.