Beverly Glenn-Copeland - "Keyboard Fantasies Reimagined" //Transgressive// (Released 10th December)


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£19.99 – 1xLP

Earlier this year, Transgressive reissued American-Canadian composer and activist Beverly Glenn-Copeland’s 1986 masterpiece, Keyboard Fantasies, marking the 35th anniversary of its original release. Today, he announces, Keyboard Fantasies Reimagined – a collection of songs from the now legendary album, re-worked and re-imagined by a collection of creative kindred spirits.

The remix album and reissue of the original work follows the Autumn 2020 release of Glenn’s album, Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland. Transmissions was a career-spanning album that includes compositions from his early works including selections from Keyboard Fantasies. It also included both new and archival unreleased tracks and live versions. This collection marked the first new release from Glenn-Copeland since 2004. The New York Times called it a
“life-spanning mixtape that moves from the mournful torch songs of his youth to joyously soulful odes to survival.”


  1. Ever new (reworked by Bon Iver & Flock of Dimes)
  2. Fastest star (Julia Holter remix)
  3. Let us dance (Arca remix)
  4. Old (new) Melody
  5. Ever new (Kelsey Lu’s Transportation)
  6. Sunset village (Blood Orange remix)
  7. Ever new (reworked by Joseph Shabason & Thom Gill)
  8. Ghost house (performed by Jeremy Dutcher)

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Standard Black LP