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Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn​-​Copeland

by Beverly Glenn-Copeland

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1.
La Vita
2.
Ever New
3.
Colour of Anyhow (CBC q Live Version)
4.
Deep River (Live at Le Guess Who?)
5.
Don't Despair
6.
Durocher
7.
04:12
8.
This Side of Grace
9.
Sunset Village
10.
In The Image
11.
A Little Talk
12.
Montreal Main (The Buddha In The Palm)
13.
Erzili

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releases September 25, 2020

La Vita, This Side of Grace and In The Image first released on Primal Prayer album under the moniker Phynix in 2004. Produced by John Herberman. Mixed by Composers Music Production. Additional vocals on La Vita by Maggie Dace Hollis. Electric Bass on This Side of Grace by Scott Alexander. Recorded at Composers Music Production studio in Toronto, ON.

Ever New and Sunset Village first released on Keyboard Fantasies album in 1986. Produced by Beverly Glenn-Copeland. Engineered and mixed by Colleen Veitch. Recorded at Audio-Logic Recording Studio in Huntsville, Ontario.

Colour Of Anyhow (CBC q live version) recorded by cbcmusic.ca 2019 © Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Performing musicians are Carlie Howell (bass), Jeremy Costello (synth, backing vocals), Nick Dorado (piano), Kurt Inder (guitar, keys), Bianca Palmer (drums/percussion). Recorded at CBC Toronto Studio 211.

Deep River (Live from Le Guess Who?) recorded live at Le Guess Who? 2018 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Performing musicians are Carlie Howell (bass, backing vocals), Jeremy Costello (synth, backing vocals), Nick Dorado (piano), Kurt Inder (guitar, keys), Bianca Palmer (drums/percussion). Audio recorded & mixed by Marc Broer and Philip ten Brink. Thanks to the LGW team: Bob van Heur, Johan Gijsen, and Barry Spooren.

Don’t Despair and Durocher first released on Beverly Copeland album in 1970 for CBC Transcription series. Produced by Ramona Randall, engineered by Robert Guay, mixed by Gilles Vaudevill. Durocher lyrics written by Judith Weiss. Recorded at CBC Montreal.

River Dreams recorded in 2018 at A Room Within a Room Studio in Sackville, NB. Produced and engineered by B. Glenn-Copeland. Mixed by B. Glenn-Copeland.

Montreal Main (The Buddha In The Palm) first released on At Last! EP in 1983. Performed by Peter Cardinali (bass), Kevin McKenzie (drums), Jim Tait (guitar), Dick Smith (percussion), Doug Riley (synth, organ). Produced by Doug Riley. Engineered and mixed by Hayward Parrott, assisted by Rick Starks and Ron Searles. Recorded at Mantra Sound Studios in Toronto, ON.

All tracks re-mastered by Guy Davie at Electric Mastering
Artwork of The Raven by Evelyn Wolff
Graphic design and layout by Traianos Pakioufakis

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Beverly Glenn-Copeland New Brunswick

Born into a family all of whom were very musical, essentially studied the classical piano repertoire from ‘cradlehood,’ listening to his father playing the piano four to five hours a day. He went on to study classical music and then after a few years of concertizing he suddenly felt called to write music that would weave all the different musical cultures he had come to love. ... more

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