Following reissues on Invisible City and Séance Centre Amsterdam-based label Super Sonic Jazz release Beverly Glenn-Copeland’s long sought after self-titled debut album.
The soulful jazz release was originally recorded in 1970 alongside musicians Dough Bush, Don Thompson, Terry Clark, Lenny Breau, Jeremy Steig and Ray Charles collaborator Doug Riley a.k.a. Dr. Music. Written when Copeland was 26, the album is a testament to Copeland’s stand-out songwriting, and earnest, beautiful vocal talents, fitting into the realms of spiritual folk.
“In 1970 when I wrote and recorded these songs, I could not have imagined that forty-seven years later this work would have another life, another audience. But here you are. Thank you for buying this album. Many of the extraordinary musicians that played on this album are no longer in this space/time. So I thank you on their behalf as well.” Glenn Copeland
Delicate folk/jazz sounds create the perfect backdrop for those warm and mellow vocals to charm you from beginning to end.