A history lesson in psychology told in music because that's how you get the kids engaged in learning, these days: Studies In Hysteria collates ten songs written by Charlotte Greig and Anthony Reynolds -- known, here, as Dr. Freud's Cabaret -- each specific to the narrative of a different patient of that great phallic interpreter, Sigmund Freud. We know he was completely wrong about nearly everything by now, but he sounds good when orchestrated. And there's viola, so, you know -- it's a must.
CD on Harmonium exquisitely presented in a tiny edition, with a booklet of lyrics, texts and illustrations, a vintage postcard and an appointment reminder, inside a hand-sewn, oversize wallet.
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