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 Linda Perhacs - Parallelograms

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Release Date:12/07/2018;Notes:Limited gold colored vinyl LP pressing. If you've read any of the hundreds of articles in music mags and on the net abo...Click To Read More About This Product

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Release Date:12/07/2018;Notes:Limited gold colored vinyl LP pressing. If you've read any of the hundreds of articles in music mags and on the net about Linda Perhacs' sole 1970 LPParallelograms, you'd be tempted to question it's reputation. People talk about Parallelograms in much the same way that they talk about Nick Drake's Island albums, Swaddling Songs by Mellow Candle and Vashti Bunyan's sole LP for Phillips... as a life-changing musical experience, one that inspires them to create new works of art and to express their deepest emotions despite the risk. Sure, there's a lot of hyperbole out there about this record, and yet it's absolutely warranted. For just about 40 minutes, it will take you on a guided tour of a world that's far too beautiful to exist... but does. Part of the effect of the album is in the incredibly sensitive production by soundtrack composer Leonard Rosenman. He facilitates some very non-traditional ideas and gets extraordinarily skilled musicians to execute them. Rosenman's willingness to work in intense collaboration with a wide-eyed studio novice speaks volumes about his desire to help create something truly original. This Sundazed version of the album is meticulously mastered to reveal a deep and subtle soundscape that practically reinvents the listening experience even if you've heard Parallelograms a thousand times before. Listen to Steve Cohn's guitar lines and how they dance so delicately in and around Linda's vocal lines on songs like "Dolphin." When you get to the end of side one, it's time to don the headphones. Every ride in the sonic theme park that is the song "Parallelograms" is free, and there are no lines!;Special Attributes:GOLD


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