Peter Howell ‘Through A Glass Darkly’

In 1977, the BBC Radiophonic Workshop’s Peter Howell recorded ‘Through A Glass Darkly’, a stunning album of synth-heavy prog rock. The jewel in the crown? ‘A Lyrical Adventure’, the 19-minute epic sprawling across the entirety of Side One

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