Released in 1980 on Beverly Glenn-Copeland’s own label and featuring his long-time collaborator Doug Riley "At Last!” took it’s name because it took so long for Glenn to get back in the studio and release new music (his previous recordings were in 1970)! The ultra-rare EP reveals Glenn in deep funk, soul and rock modes. Part of an ongoing reissue campaign celebrating the diverse output of this legendary musician and transgender activist. Pressed on black vinyl. Beverly Glenn-Copeland – At Last!
1. Montreal Main (The Buddha In The Palm)
2. Onward and Upward
3. Where There's Love