Harris, Shaun / West Coast Pop Art Related

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Harris, Shaun / West Coast Pop Art Related - Shaun Harris Shaun Harris
Psych New - LP ST 11168 Capitol
Sealed 1973 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. "Light Years Removed From The Expansive Psychedelia Of His Work With The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Shaun Harris' Lone Solo LP Remains A Compelling Curio Of The Singer/Songwriter Boom Of The Early '70s — While Its Lush Country-Pop Sensibility Sits Squarely In The Mainstream, The Record's Melodies And Arrangements Are Atypically Complex And Its Lyrics Are Profoundly Introspective, Exploring Themes Of Melancholy, Self-Doubt, And Even Suicide With Uncommon Candor. Recorded With Members Of L.A.'S Famed Studio Team The Wrecking Crew And Featuring String Arrangements By The Artist's Father, The Esteemed Symphonic Composer Roy Harris, Shaun Harris Captures The Fear And Resignation Of An Artist In The Twilight Of His Career — "Nothing To Write That Hasn't Been Written/What's The Real Point Of Livin'?" Harris Asks In The Record's Emotional Centerpiece, "Today's The Day," His Most Direct Confrontation Of The Despair That Spreads Like Cancer Across Otherwise Slick, Sun-Kissed Productions Like "Empty Without You" And "I'll Cry Out." Harris Revels In Such Contradictions, Capturing With Nuance And Insight The Sunset Of West Coast Pop's Seemingly Endless Summer." Jason Ankeny, AMG.... more details
 
Harris, Shaun / West Coast Pop Art Related - Shaun Harris Shaun Harris
Psych New - LP ST 11158 Capitol
Sealed 1973 Original. "Light Years Removed From The Expansive Psychedelia Of His Work With The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Shaun Harris' Lone Solo LP Remains A Compelling Curio Of The Singer/Songwriter Boom Of The Early '70s — While Its Lush Country-Pop Sensibility Sits Squarely In The Mainstream, The Record's Melodies And Arrangements Are Atypically Complex And Its Lyrics Are Profoundly Introspective, Exploring Themes Of Melancholy, Self-Doubt, And Even Suicide With Uncommon Candor. Recorded With Members Of L.A.'S Famed Studio Team The Wrecking Crew And Featuring String Arrangements By The Artist's Father, The Esteemed Symphonic Composer Roy Harris, Shaun Harris Captures The Fear And Resignation Of An Artist In The Twilight Of His Career — "Nothing To Write That Hasn't Been Written/What's The Real Point Of Livin'?" Harris Asks In The Record's Emotional Centerpiece, "Today's The Day," His Most Direct Confrontation Of The Despair That Spreads Like Cancer Across Otherwise Slick, Sun-Kissed Productions Like "Empty Without You" And "I'll Cry Out." Harris Revels In Such Contradictions, Capturing With Nuance And Insight The Sunset Of West Coast Pop's Seemingly Endless Summer." Jason Ankeny, AMG.... more details
 

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