Previously reissued on CD by Sunbeam, now issued on deluxe 2 LP format as well; 180 gram pressing. Combining fragile and beautifully melodic acid folk with perfectly-rendered electronic effects, this remarkable album consists of what it's creator describes as "visual music." First released in 1970, Parallelograms by California's Linda Perhaps has gone on to become one of the most legendary and well-loved recordings of it's time, assuredly sitting alongside Vashti Bunyan's Just Another Diamond Day as a lost folk gem that should never have been cast aside. Summoning the shimmering sunlight of Topanga Canyon, and resonating with the same strength-in-fragility as Joni Mitchell, it's presented here for the first time as a double LP, with the full collaboration of it's enigmatic creator. The deluxe gatefold sleeve contains her own detailed liner notes, as well as rare illustrations and eight bonus tracks (including one previously-unheard out-take), making it the most definitive vinyl edition of this timeless classic ever released.
Paper Mountain Man
Call of the River
Hey, Who Really Cares?
Moons and Cattails
Porcelain Baked Cast Iron Wedding
If You Were My Man [Demo Version]
If You Were My Man [Studio]
Hey, Who Really Cares? [With Intro]
Chimacum Rain [Demo Version]
Spoken Intro to Leonard Rosenman
Chimacum Rain [Demo With Sounds]
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.