John Cale’s Paris 1919 is an intensely praised album from the avant garde musician. Though it was released in 1973 (and reissued again in 2006) it still sounds perfectly fresh. A well thought and detailed review from Pitchfork (for the 2006 reissue) says among other things:
It has often seemed to be Cale’s most personal and revealing work… a deeply felt meditation on loss, dislocation, and introspective yearning.
Today’s Final Vinyl is the title track.