Lolina (Inga Copeland) announces CD, vinyl, and digital versions of the previously video-only release Live in Paris

Lolina (Inga Copeland) announces CD, vinyl, and digital versions of the previously video-only release Live in Paris

As far as I can tell, nothing about this was alluded to at the time of the original Live in Paris video release about a month and a half ago, and it’s important that we dispel an obvious theory from the get-go: there wasn’t a susceptible segment of the population who started gorging themselves on McDonald’s Big Macs subsequent to watching Lolina perform surrounded by a London-themed Monopoly board (watch the video below). And no, these hypothetical people weren’t subliminally coerced into joining the annual McDonald’s Monopoly contest (which has just started in North America, coincidentally), and no, their theoretical spell-breakers were not limited to acquiring Boardwalk or to Alina Astrova a.k.a. Inga Copeland a.k.a. Lolina announcing physical, purely auditory versions of Live in Paris. The latter happening is certainly much appreciated, though.

Both Bleep and Norman Records have Live in Paris available for pre-order on CD and vinyl right now, and even though a press release says that the CD version won’t be available until May and that the vinyl release won’t happen until the “end of June 2016,” the estimated ship dates suggest something really quite imminent. Order now and you may or may not get the sounds (only) of Lolina declaring ambient matrimony shipped nigh-immediately.

Likewise, despite its title, there’s no official word on whether all the tracks are studio versions, taken directly from the performance that led to the visual Live in Paris, or a combination of both. Guess we’ll have to wait and see, assuming it’s ever revealed.

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