Talk about delayed gratification: Honey-toned singer-songwriter Linda Perhacs released her debut LP, Parallelograms, in 1970. On this cult classic, she conjured a gorgeous, nature-appreciating song cycle that could make Joni Mitchell jealous, but the production values hinted at greater psychedelic deviancy—which may be why Devendra Banhart and Prefuse 73 love it. Perhacs’s long-awaited follow-up, The Soul of All Things Natural, beguiles with vocals that haven’t lost an iota of sweetness and tunes that radiate distinctive cool-earth-mama vibes. (Fremont Abbey, 4272 Fremont Ave N, fremontabbey.org, 8 pm, $18–$22 adv, all ages)

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