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Beverly Glenn-CopelandBeverly Glenn-Copeland

Label:GRT – 9233-1001
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Jazz, Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Folk, Soul-Jazz

Tracklist

A1Color Of Anyhow3:52
A2Ghost House7:25
A3Complainin' Blues3:23
A4Swords Of Gold2:46
B1Song From Beads2:20
B2Cumberland Passing5:15
B3My Old Rag Or The Hysterical Virgin1:35
B4Erzili9:48
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Released in a gatefold cover.
Recorded at Toronto Sound Studios, Toronto - Ontario.

A1 is titled "Color Of Anyhow" inside gatefold vs. "Colors Of Anyhow" on label.

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Beverly Glenn-Copeland (LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo)Super-Sonic JazzSSJ01Netherlands2017
New Submission
Beverly Glenn-Copeland (LP, Album, Club Edition, Reissue, Blue Translucent Swirl, 180g)Transgressive RecordsTRANS465VMPUS2021

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omission
Copeland is probably better known for ...Keyboard Fantasies..., but he was originally one of a wave of post-hippie singer/songwriters that dropped an album or two in the early '70s and vanished.

BGC's talent as a vocalist lies in his style of polite, becoming speech-singing punctuated by yelps and dramatic octave jumps. Everything I love about Copeland's singing I hear in the first three songs: each verse so is packed with nuance and and inflection that they are spectrum of conflicting emotions. The exceptionally honeyed "Color Of Anyhow" is shaded by Copeland's octave shifts between verses, and "Ghost House" is a simple song where, between its two halves, a change in tone occurs as Copeland's voice and the instruments crescendo, playing out theatrically in an arc that continues into the next track with a beautifully situated uptick in tempo. "Erzilli", the lengthy psych-out full of flutes and Copeland's wacky vocal jams, has similar dynamics. It is prefaced by "My Old Rag...", a little number that is tremeloed to the utmost but genteel as the Queen.

It's fortunate Copeland's modest catalogue is being afforded new attention, and I hope it's distributed equally among his albums.
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nick.gkountanis
i think this album has been released on cd.anyone knows something about it?