Casimir Pulaski Day

Sufjan Stevens’ music is so strangely eclectic that people have a really hard time categorising him.Casimir Pulaski Day reads like poetry. Stevens touchingly remembers the events on the last day of his friend’s life. Stevens plays five instruments, and uses them to capture different moods. Here, he starts out with a slow guitar, switches to the banjo and ends with the piano and trumpet.

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