Group Listening return with Clarinet & Piano: Selected Works Vol. 2, set for release at the top of next year. This new collection finds the U.K. duo setting their sights on works from Robbie Basho, Syrinx, popular folk, and, in this first taste, the inimitable Beverly Glenn-Copeland, covering “Sunset Village” from his 1986 masterpiece Keyboard Fantasies.
The release of the new collection Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland continues a wave of new appreciation for the pioneering folk, electronic, and experimental composer’s celestial and enveloping songs. Glenn-Copeland joins us to discuss science fiction, aliens, and picking up broadcasts from the universe.
This fall promises the release of Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland—a survey of the brilliant catalog of a pioneering transgender artist. But first, the funk rock ep At Last! It’s the latest affirmation of the seemingly impossible magic of Glenn-Copeland’s catalog.
Our fascination with Beverly Glenn-Copeland is no secret, from the jazzy folk of his 1970 debut to his 1986 minimalist electronic masterpiece, “Keyboard Fantasies.”
In 1970, Canada via Philadelphia singer / songwriter Beverly Glenn-Copeland cut his first two records. One self-titled, the other just called Beverly Copeland , on both discs he creates an intense and […]
With vox akin to Linda Perhacs, Beverly Copeland dropped this one in 1970. Soul deep, Copeland’s vocals are sparsely accented by acoustic guitar and trumpet, riffing on the stirring black hound of […]