Archive for the 'Sandro Perri' Category

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

Sandro Perri asks our patience. And time and again, he proves worth the wait. This week sees the release of In Another Life, his first proper lp since 2011’s visionary Impossible Spaces (that record arriving four years on the heels of his previous outing, Tiny Mirrors). Perri asks our patience not only in the waiting […]

Monday, October 17th, 2011

I’ve had Imposible Spaces, the first sign of new Sandro Perri since the release of 2007’s Tiny Mirrors, in the deck for weeks now. Yes, it has proved worth the wait. The album, which hits shelves tomorrow (via Constellation Records), kicks off with “Changes,” a seven and half minute slow-build traipse through Perri’s record collection […]

Wednesday, March 26th, 2008

Released last Fall, Sandro Perri’s LP, Tiny Mirrors, (amongst its other charms) boasts a lo-fi cover of Fred Neil’s “Everybody’s Talkin.” No stranger to interpretation, Perri’s rendering inhibits a mournful and folksy, late-night, quality, subtly accompanied by light percussion, dual harmonies and multiple, interweaving, acoustic guitars. Next to Harry Nilsson’s (definitive) cover, this might be […]