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Okay Klartext. Linda Perhacs’ debut record Parallelograms from 1970 is one of my favorite folk records of all time next to Vashti Bunyan’s Just Another Diamond Day and Colour Green by Sibylle Baier. Now, 44 years later Linda Perhacs finally released her second album. (That’s probably the longest wait for a follow-up album in all of pop music.) I was a bit worried ’cause her recent live performance wasn’t that celebrated as I expected. Anyway, to get you an idea what she is being up to with The Soul Of All Natural Things she has created a video for her collaboration with Nite Jewel and Julia Holter, Prisms Of Glass.

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