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John Strang' s sonic journey into psychiatric rehabilitation has been painstakingly reconstructed from cassette tapes and crumbling studio reels. Composed as a concept album in 1972 this could have come out on Transatlantic, but the deal fell apart at the seams, and the recordings have remained buried for 50 years. Charting the experience of mental disentigration and recovery, this may have been an abstract manifestation of the genesis of Sir John Strang's career swing into Psychiatry. #the cover is the work of a patient, chosen by Strang
John Strang' s sonic journey into psychiatric rehabilitation has been painstakingly reconstructed from cassette tapes and crumbling studio reels. Composed as a concept album in 1972 this could have come out on Transatlantic, but the deal fell apart at the seams, and the recordings have remained buried for 50 years. Charting the experience of mental disentigration and recovery, this may have been an abstract manifestation of the genesis of Sir John Strang's career swing into Psychiatry. #the cover is the work of a patient, chosen by Strang
5033281012023

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 02/04/2022
UPC: 5033281012023

Shame & Stigma (Uk)
Artist: John Strang
Format: CD
New: Available online or call for in-store availability $23.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Village School
2. Seagull No.3
3. Late in the Day
4. Dreams
5. Madame Bartholomew
6. Acid Albatross
7. Little Fat Man
8. Butterfly
9. Ge-Bomb
10. Masterpeace 1
11. Twisted Tree
12. Swallow No.7
13. He Was Only a Child
14. Blistered Blades of Grass
15. No Money to Pay
16. Love Grew in the Night
17. Little Anna
18. Masterpeace 2

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John Strang' s sonic journey into psychiatric rehabilitation has been painstakingly reconstructed from cassette tapes and crumbling studio reels. Composed as a concept album in 1972 this could have come out on Transatlantic, but the deal fell apart at the seams, and the recordings have remained buried for 50 years. Charting the experience of mental disentigration and recovery, this may have been an abstract manifestation of the genesis of Sir John Strang's career swing into Psychiatry. #the cover is the work of a patient, chosen by Strang


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