THIS IS INTERNATIONAL POP UNDERGROUND VOL. CXVII
The reduction of pop music to it's core attributes of the catchy and the delightful, with a smattering of the fantastic mixed in, and an urbane sense of color and good taste: this is the reputation that Jeremy Jay has earned after releasing just a few 45s. His debut album A Place Where We Could Go [KLP187] is due in stores May 20, and the world awaits it with baited breath. In the meantime Jeremy Jay offers this slice of his rapidly growing oeuvre, not to be repeated on the much-anticipated LP: "Alpharhythm" [IPU117] an infectious dance pop anthem, and "Moonbeam Window", which explores the introverted, fantasy-laden elements of his inner psyche. A simply ravishing combination equally at home on either the dance floor or AM radio. K is happy to release "Alpharhythm" and "Moonbean Window" as the latest volume of our International Pop Underground series of 7" 45 rpm records.