Look Inside St. Vincent’s Collection

On May 14th 2021 » By VMP Staff

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Photos by Alan Del Rio

St. Vincent’s latest album, ‘Daddy’s Home,’ is heavily influenced by the lush, powerhouse sounds of the ’70s. She hand-picked a collection of five records — Steely Dan’s Pretzel Logic, Stevie Wonder’s Talking Book, War’s The World Is a Ghetto, Yes’ Fragile and Sly & The Family Stone’s Dance to the Music — that inspired it the most. Scroll through this photo essay to get an inside look into her listening space, and read what she had to say about those influential LPs.

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Watch The Full Video Explaining Her Choices Here:

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