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Beverly Copeland-Beverly Copeland-'70 Canadian Jazz Folk-NEW LP

Beverly Copeland- Beverly Copeland (LP)

Cat # RTA-047

On his 1970 recording debut for Montreal’s CBC studios, the artist now known as Beverly Glenn-Copeland weaves delicate, jazz-tinged folk ballads complemented with arrangements by Harmonium’s Neil Chotem.

Originally pressed at only 250 copies for radio stations, this unique gem of Canadian psychedelia has been deservedly coveted by connoisseurs for decades.

Beverly Glenn-Copeland

Beverly Glenn-Copeland is a singer and songwriter who was born in Philadelphia, but has spent most of his life and career in Canada.

He is a trans man. Glenn-Copeland started his career as a folk singer incorporating jazz, classical, and blues elements. He also performed on albums by Ken Friesen, Bruce Cockburn, Gene Murtynec, Bob Disalle and Kathryn Moses,[4] and was a writer on Sesame Street. He spent twenty-five years entertaining children as a regular actor on Canadian children's television show Mr. Dressup. He is best known for his 1986 electronic album Keyboard Fantasies, recorded using equipment including a Yamaha DX7 and a Roland TR-707, that was rediscovered and given further attention in the 2010s. The album was, before his gender transition was made public, selected as one of the 70 greatest recordings by women by The Stranger.


A1: Don't Despair

A2: Untitled (make the answer "yes")

A3: Song From Beads

A4: Nothing Beautiful

A5: Good morning Blues

A6: Durocher

B1: Northwind

B2: Swords of Gold

B3: Interval


B5:Don't Despair (Jazz version)


Beverly Copeland* ‎– Beverly Copeland
Return To Analog ‎– RTA-047
Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue
Jazz, Folk, World, & Country

A1     Don't Despair     3:00
A2     Untitled (Make The Answer "Yes")     4:30
A3     Song From Beads     2:15
A4     Nothing Beautiful     530
A5     Good Morning Blues     4:35
A6     Durocher     4:30
B1     Northwind     3:20
B2     Swords Of Gold     2:55
B3     Interval     4:40
B4     Reflections     8:05
B5     Don't Despair (Jazz Version)     3:00

Companies, etc.

    Copyright (c) – Return To Analog
    Phonographic Copyright (p) – Return To Analog
    Licensed From – Radio-Canada
    Recorded At – CBC Studios


    Composed By – Beverly Copeland*
    Engineer [Recording] – Robert Guay
    Engineer [Remix] – Gilles Vaudeville
    Mastered By – James Plotkin
    Music Consultant – Neil Chotem
    Producer – Ramona Randall
    Product Manager [RTA Product Management Team] – Julien Charbonneau, Martin Duchesne, Pierre Markotanyos
    Restoration [Audio], Remastered By – Pierre Markotanyos

Limited edition of 500 numbered copies.
Recorded in Montreal at the CBC Studios on March 24 and 25, 1970.

Made in Canada.
Barcode and Other Identifiers

    Barcode: 7 22056 18172 3

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