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Philip Glass - Glassworks Mint- 1982 Stereo CBS Records USA Original Press - Electronic / Contemporary Classical

Philip Glass - Glassworks Mint- 1982 Stereo CBS Records USA Original Press - Electronic / Contemporary Classical

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Philip Glass ‎– Glassworks

SHUGA SAYS:
My coworker Danica once told me that throughout her life, various dudes have tried to "boy'splain" this album to her which is kind of funny, considering it's the most accessible album in his catalog. I'm all about geeking out on records, but don't be the kind of nerd that tries to get into a lady's pants by "trying to help her understand" early 1980's chamber music. I mean really. That being said, this is an excellent album, particularly if it's early in the morning and you feel like drinking a glass of white wine and smoking a cigarette for breakfast.

Tracklist

A1 Opening 6:18
A2 Floe
Soprano Saxophone – Jon Gibson
5:32
A3 Islands 7:39
B1 Rubric
Soprano Saxophone – Jon Gibson
6:04
B2 Facades 7:19
B3 Closing 5:56

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
  • Manufactured By – CBS Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Greene St. Recording
  • Published By – Dunvagen Music Publishers, Inc.

Credits

  • A&R [A&R Coordinator] – Richard Einhorn
  • Cello – Fred Zlotkin, John Abramowitz, Seymour Barab
  • Composed By, Arranged By, Organ [Electric Organ] – Philip Glass
  • Conductor, Piano, Organ [Electric Organ], Synthesizer [Bass Synthesizer] – Michael Riesman
  • Design – Henrietta Condak
  • Engineer – Kurt Munkacsi, Michael Riesman
  • French Horn – Larry Wechsler, Sharon Moe
  • Photography By – John Paul Endress
  • Piccolo Flute, Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet – Jack Kripl
  • Producer – Kurt Munkacsi, Kurt Munkacsi, Philip Glass
  • Tenor Saxophone – Richard Peck
  • Viola – Al Brown, Julien Barber, Linda Moss, Lois Martin, Maureen Gallagher