All I know is the guy is from Puerto Rico, and he’s living in Brooklyn. Oh and he has a really cool beard! Mr. Haddock makes some mighty fine music so go listen and say hello :-)
In 1970 Linda Perhacs released an album of inspired folk psychedelia called Parallelograms and then returned home to Topanga Canyon, LA and obscurity. Little did she know that 44 years later Parallelograms was to become a cult album and her songs an inspiration for a whole new generation of songwriters. Eventually Devendra Banhart tempted her back into the studio and this new album with Julia Holter and Ramona Gonzalez is a testimony to the enduring beauty of her simple spiritual message…
"…this stuff strips the life from your bones"
OMG! Sublime… headphone moment!!
Jangling, aching guitars and a dark sonorous voice (not unlike his long time collaborator Nick Cave) I love this sort of stuff - maybe I’m a tad dark myself?
Soft and sumptuous, reminds me of a time long ago when kids hung around juke boxes and drank sarsaparilla!