Repackaging of 2005 korean standard edition (DigiPak) with japanese sticker.
) Linda Perhacs - Parallelograms
Barcode (barcode on japanese repackaging sticker): 4988927020010
Barcode (actual barcode): 8809114693113
Record Company – Merry-Go-Round Records – BMRC-0011
Parallelograms is an album by American psychedelic folk singer Linda Perhacs. It was produced by Leonard Rosenman. Her first and only album until the release of The Soul of All Natural Things in 2014, it was all but completely ignored when originally released on Kapp Records in 1970. Discouraged by the lack of commercial attention and the label's reluctance to promote the album, Perhacs returned to her career as a dental hygienist. In the 30 or so years that followed. Parallelograms - Linda Perhacs. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Parallelograms by Linda Perhacs, released 04 April 1970 1. Chimacum Rain 2. Paper Mountain Man 3. Dolphin 4. Call of the River 5. Sandy Toes 6. Parallelograms 7. Hey, Who Really Cares 8. Moons and Cattails 9. Morning Colors 10. Porcelain Baked-Over Cast Iron Wedding 11. Delicious An Album whose depth and beauty is, nearly four decades on, still utterly staggering-Mojo. Linda Perhacs - Parallelograms 1970. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Folk-Rock Ethereal Wave. Linda Perhacs. Songs in album Linda Perhacs - Parallelograms 1970. Linda Perhacs - Chimacum Rain. Linda Perhacs - Paper Mountain Man. Linda Perhacs - Dolphin. Linda Perhacs - Call Of The River. Linda Perhacs - Sandy Toes. Linda Perhacs - Parallelograms. Linda Perhacs - Hey, Who Really Cares 308. Linda Perhacs - Moons And Cattails. Album 1970 19 Songs. Rock free to Linda Perhacs Parallelograms Chimacum Rain, Paper Mountain Man and more. 11 tracks 40:02. Released 1970. Parallelograms Tracklist. Chimacum Rain Lyrics. Writers Linda Perhacs. More Linda Perhacs albums. Linda Perhacs' cult favorite Parallelograms instantly evokes the spare and isolated feel of the songs and the production on Joni Mitchell's first albums, particularly her debut largely solo acoustic - not to mention the melodies, guitar playing, and singing. It's not a photocopy, however it's hard to imagine Mitchell singing I'm spacing out, I'm seeing silences between leaves, as Perhacs does on Chimacum Rain, unless Mitchell got spiked with acid right before getting on-stage. A 2013 video by Rômulo Cyríaco for Parallelograms, music by Linda Perhacs from the 1970 album with the same title by Kapp Records. More of Linda 's nothing compared to the album's peak, Parallelograms. Perhaps you fantasize that Joni Mitchell teaches painting and pottery at your high school, or that Chan Marshall mumbles about the Apocalypse poets during English class, but Perhacs teaching geometry is tantrically hot for teacher. To just read the lyrics of Quadrehederal Tetrahedral mono-cyclo-cyber-cilia is to miss how she and producer Leonard Rosenman assuredly layer her heavenly-sung rounds in concentric circles over a cycling guitar-picked figure, a cumulative effect that reveals a dimension sca