Choir Invisible- Sea to Shining Sea LP

As promised, here’s the second, final, and posthumous record from Choir Invisible, recorded in 1982, but not released until 1984. It’s far more bright and synthy then their debut record. I tend to prefer the previous album, but it depends on your take on buzzing synths vs. brooding guitars. Opposite sides of a similar coin, if you will.

Let’s cut to the chase, shall we?

Choir Invisible- Sea to Shining Sea LP
1. Grey At Present
2. Questions Never Spoken
3. With Dreams
4. I Walked Away
5. Shared By A Voice
6. Devoted To A Memory

*download it here*

6 Responses to “Choir Invisible- Sea to Shining Sea LP”

  1. Frankie T:
    As I recall, Shakespeare uses the expression 'choir invisible' as a poetic term for the dead, imagining them as a sort of heavenly choir. But then your literate readers already knew that, right?

  2. Iam literate, but never got much into Shakespeare. Somehow, the end of this quote was condescending. So, anti-kudos to you.

  3. Usually I prefer synthesizers over guitars, but in this case I don't. Their first album is much more interesting to me, the songs are more intelligently written, have more surprises. I only kept "Devoted To A Memory". Anyway, thank you for offering!!

  4. Chance Novak Says:

    For us who strive to follow. May I reach
    That purest heaven, be to other souls

    The cup of strength in some great agony,
    Enkindle generous ardor, feed pure love,
    Beget the smiles that have no cruelty, 40
    Be the sweet presence of a good diffus’d,
    And in diffusion ever more intense!
    So shall I join the choir invisible
    Whose music is the gladness of the world.

    William BLame

  5. Chance Novak Says:

    Sorry that was William BLAKE

  6. many thanks for choir invisible

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