Now this is what I call a solid Easy Pop album. Well-crafted arrangements and vocals. Alan Copeland’s productions have been issued under varying names: »The Alan Copeland Singers« or »The Alan Copeland Conspiracy«. The album includes slow and soft songs as well as catchier ones.
Some nice and mellow Easy Pop, although it disappoints at the end for thorough listening. For a similar, but more inspired album I can only recommend the great Meet Triste Janero (1969), even available on CD and LP for little money (get it!). Still, I reckon it’s a sought-after album for some, so here you go.
Another Brazilian gem, now down and reposted from a source I don’t remember (nlgbbbblth, I think). A delightful concoction of sugary easy pop with Brazilian influences, sooo turn-of-the-70s! The album exists in another version as well, with a different cover (see YouTube track).