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AnalogPlanet June 2020

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A Week In The Past---David Jones In New Orleans 1961
In January 1961, Riverside Records sent the great, but sadly uncelebrated recording engineer, David Jones (also known as Dave Jones and David B. Jones) to New Orleans to record Black traditional jazz musicians for a projected series of albums to be called "New Orleans--The Living Legends".

Electric Recording Company Tackling Previn/LSO's Epic Shostakovich Symphony No. 13-"Babi Yar"
The Electric Recording Company announced yesterday it was preparing its reissue of Shostakovich's Symphony No.13:Babi Yar with Andre Previn conducting the LSO/Dimiter Petkov bass, with the London Symphony Chorus. Words by Yevtushenko.

Newvelle Records Announces 4 LP "New Orleans Collection"
Newvelle Records just announced The New Orleans Collection, a new 4 LP set featuring brand new recordings produced this spring featuring Irma Thomas, Little Freddie King, Jon Cleary and the final recording by the late Ellis Marsalis who soon after making this record, passed away from Covid-19.

Verve Label Group/UMe Announces Chad Kassem-Supervised All-Analog Classic Jazz Reissue Series
Verve Label Group and UMe announced today the July 31st launch of a new "audiophile grade", all-analog reissue series supervised by Acoustic Sounds CEO Chad Kassem, featuring iconic titles from the Verve, Impulse!, Philips, EmArcy and Decca catalogs.

New Limited Edition Technics SL-1210GAE Looks and Sounds Great
In the blink of a vinyl resurgence Technics went from retiring in 2010 the venerable SL-1200 turntable to resurrecting it six years later with two all new "Grand Class" 1200s aimed not at the DJ market as was the original 1200, but at audiophiles.

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New Limited Edition Technics SL-1210GAE Looks and Sounds Great
In the blink of a vinyl resurgence Technics went from retiring in 2010 the venerable SL-1200 turntable to resurrecting it six years later with two all new "Grand Class" 1200s aimed not at the DJ market as was the original 1200, but at audiophiles.

These Six Upcoming Blue Notes Will Have a Vinyl Edition
Blue Note yesterday announced six upcoming jazz titles all of will be issued on vinyl. We haven't an image for the Frisell album at this time.

Technics Launches New Limited Edition SL-1210GAE 55th Anniversary Turntable
Based on the Grand Class SL-1200G, the new 1210GAE is wholly made in Japan with a "significant level of hand-made processes" and features a full black anodized black brush hairline finish and black buttons.

French Record Company's Jean-Marc Harari's "The Golden Book of Classical LP Records, French Issues"
French Record Company founder and musicologist Jean-Marc Harari, (who is also a conductor and alumnus of the Paris National Conservatory and whose initial all-analog release, the "ERC exquisite" Marcelle Meyer Plays Debussy was recently reviewed on this website), has compiled this multi-language illustrated discography covering the "golden age" of the French classical music record industry.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit--Reunion
Jason Isbell might just be a genuine modern country legend in the making. After his early years (2001-2007) with the alternative country-rock band, Drive-By Truckers Isbell went solo, releasing several critically acclaimed albums: some under his own name and others with the support of his backing band, the 400 Unit.

"A Night For Austin" 6/10 Benefit Promises Two Hours of Great Music For A Good Cause
The lineup is like "Austin City Limits" on steroids for this two hour live video and audio stream organized by Paul Simon, Edie Brickell, Willie and Annie Nelson and their organizations in conjunction with Luck Reunion to support and celebrate hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic Austin, Texas.

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