Original material of an new album. However what's so historically significant about that? unless the themes of the album is based on a historical significant event.
From a theatrical perspective, I can think of Ingmar Bergman but I think that's a huge anti-climax if it's merely an orchestrated version of Ingmar Bergman (because I think that album kinda suck. From a songwriting perspective it's even worst than Interior Design even if it's far less embarrassing to listen to due to decent instrumentation)
Orchestrated version of classic Sparks songs, I guess you could call that "historical significance" even if it's historical significance to SParks fan only. That would be reasonable listen considering that all the orchestrated versions of the songs on Plagiarism were pretty good. Although I'm not too sure whether the theatrical comes in
Orchestrated version of Lil' Beethoven live in Carnegie Hall?
That would be a huge symbolic event. Hell perhaps this would cement officially that Lil' Beethoven is an album of narrative quality that works in a theatrical format.
Regarding the BEck - Well I'm not a fan of Beck (exception of Midnite Vultures) but I guess if Sparks a re-arranging the songs than it will surely be good to listen to.
: Anyways, here's something else to add to your
: Sparks completest collection:
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