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One Voice Many
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Digitally remastered edition of this ethereal semi-legendary 1971 Folk Rock album on which the lead instrument is Autoharp! And whose backroom crew includes electronic music pioneer Rachel Elkind (producer of Switched On B... more »
Digitally remastered edition of this ethereal semi-legendary 1971 Folk Rock album on which the lead instrument is Autoharp! And whose backroom crew includes electronic music pioneer Rachel Elkind (producer of Switched On Bach), Wendy Carlos, and the enigmatic Napoleon XIV! An album of rare beauty, this mysterious New York aggregation led by the aptly named Angel on autoharp are a band which should only exist in your dreams...floating, dreamlike harmonies and unusual soundscapes abound. and until now, they were a mystery. For the first time, we have extensive liner notes by Tiffany Anders, telling the full story of this most rare fragile and beautiful of groups...with it's full sonic beauty restored, this is the definitive version of this wonderful album. 10 tracks. Rev-Ola.
One of The Best Folkrock Albums Ever
Andersson, Christer | Sweden | 05/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Delicate and melodic baroque soft-rock with a mellow hippie aura. Vocally not unlike the softer moments of the Peanut Butter Conspiracy or Comfortable Chair. Where they came from is unknown, though some of the credits hint at it being recorded in New York City. To be taken in the drawing-room with perfumed tea."
The Good Old Days
S. Thayer | 07/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"We used to go and see Michaelangelo at coffee houses around the University of Minnesota. They were awesome on person. We have the original album but no place to play it. The CD is a great addition to our collection. My only regret is that they only made the one album. Brings back many, many memories."