▶️ Moxy – Moxy SRM-1-1087 / 1976 Terre Haute pressing •Cover VG+ •Record EX •💵 USD $42.99 + shipping 📦 •⬅️ Swipe image to the left to see multiple photos 📸
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A1 Fantasy 5:40
A2 Sail On Sail Away 4:52
A3 Can't You See I'm A Star 3:20
A4 Moon Rider 4:30
B1 Time To Move On 4:09
B2 Still I Wonder 4:18
B3 Train 4:39
B4 Out Of The Darkness 4:57
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I was deeply saddened to hear the news of Scott Walker’s passing earlier this morning. I got into his music by stumbling upon the documentary ‘30th Century Man’ some number of years ago. Since then, his musical trajectory has been endlessly fascinating to me, almost seamlessly gliding from 60s pop stardom to uncompromising, nightmarish experimentation. While I am more partial to his output from Scott 1 to ‘Climate of Hunter’, his entire breadth of work is a testament to boundless musical creativity and a compass that guides what I tend to search for when discovering new music. He also had the benefit of being gifted with an extraordinary talent for singing. This added a whole other dimension of work that I think helps make it as remarkable as it is.
I confess that I don’t have many of his records, which is something I’ve been trying to remedy for years now. Despite this, Scott 2 is a prime example of Walker’s utilization of 60s orchestral pop tropes to create something cerebral, dreamlike, and larger than life. While a number of the songs here belong to Jacques Brel, his interpretation of the lyrics in English wring out every ounce of passion possible. The result is remarkable, ranging from the blazing instrumentation of “Jackie” to the gentle dissonance of “Plastic Palace People”. .
Rest easy, Mr. Engel. May the stars sing for you tonight.