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Absolutely Incredible. Epic comes to mind.

Heard Rhiannon on Siruis Left of Center today and absolutely loved it. There's certainly a large feeling of minimalism to each of these covers, but my god! So-so Pop songs from the 70's absolutely surpass themselves when presented in this manner. There deffinitely is a certain draw to the untrained vocals and haunting percussion throughout this work of art.

Epic Idea Win

Who doesn't love a children's choir? Check out "You're So Good To Me," "Sweet Caroline," and "Saturday Night," they have some serious soul.

A gem

This just made my life


Formed: Langley, British Columbia, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s

The Langley Schools Music Project is not so much a group as the name that served as an umbrella for a couple of super-obscure, privately pressed LPs by Canadian elementary school students in the mid-'70s. The recordings were supervised and arranged by Hans Fenger, a Vancouver musician who had taken a post teaching music in elementary schools in the rural area of Langley, British Columbia. Fenger took a then-radical (and still-radical) approach to music instruction that emphasized participation and...
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Innocence and Despair, The Langley Schools Music Project
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