Replicas of the two rare and highly sought 1976 and 1977 LPs that have captivated the world, inspired a VH-1 documentary, a feature film and Broadway musical (School of Rock) and the soundtrack for Spike Jones' Where the Wild Things Are. The Langley Schools Music Project is a 60 voice chorus of rural school children from western Canada singing the songs of The Beach Boys, Paul McCartney, David Bowie and many more. Captured in the school gymnasium, the recordings were never meant for commercial release but were pressed on LP for the students, family and friends. Long out of print on vinyl, newly re-mastered. Two separate LPs packaged together with extensive liner notes and deluxe packaging.
"The backing arrangement is astounding... a piece of art that I couldn't have conceived of, even with half of Columbia's finest export products in me." - David Bowie
"A haunting, evocative wall-of-sound experience that is affecting in an incredibly visceral way. Amazing." - Fred Schneider/The B-52s