Philip Glass
solo piano

  3 x LP   180grs       gatefold sleeve 

(1989) - 2014 reissue on 180g LP=With Solo Piano, Glass presents himself "unplugged" - no electronic keyboards or synthesizers, and no overdubs, either - just solo piano. With Solo Piano, Glass presents himself "unplugged" - no electronic keyboards or syn

Label:  Music on Vinyl Classical 
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Release date:08-03-2014(originally release in 1989)

2014 reissue on 180g LP=With Solo Piano, Glass presents himself "unplugged" - no electronic keyboards or synthesizers, and no overdubs, either - just solo piano.

Tracks:
Metamorphosis
A1 Metamorphosis One
A2 Metamorphosis Two
A3 Metamorphosis Three
A4 Metamorphosis Four
A5 Metamorphosis Five

B1 Mad Rush
B2 Wichita Sutra Vortex


With Solo Piano, Glass presents himself "unplugged" - no electronic keyboards or synthesizers, and no overdubs, either - just solo piano. "Metamorphosis" was written in 1988 and takes its name from a play based on Kafka's short story. Its second track, "Metamorphosis Two", formed the basis of one of the main musical themes in the film "The Hours". It is also the song that the American rock band Pearl Jam uses as their introduction music to concerts.

"Mad Rush" was written for the occasion of the Dalai Lama's first visit in New York City. "Wichita Vortex Sutra" is the result of a chance meeting between two long-time friends, Glass and poet Allen Ginsberg, in a bookstore in the East Village. 'We decided on the spot to do something together, reached for one of Allen's books, and chose the poem "Wichita Vortex Sutra"'.

180 gram audiophile vinyl
PVC protection sleeve

Discs: 3
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33rpm
Extra info: gatefold sleeve
Label: Music on Vinyl Classical
This release: 2017
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