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AnalogPlanet July 2021

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The Records You Didn't Know You Needed-#6: Tubby Hayes The Fontana Albums (1961-1969) Eleven LP Box Set
On March 6, 1961, world-class tenor saxophonist and vibes player Tubby Hayes (1935-1973) regarded as the finest musician on the British modern jazz scene signed a contract to record for the U.K. Fontana label. He had previously recorded for small jazz specialist label Tempo.

Run Out Groove Releasing Kevin Gray Cut AAA More of The Monkees
Run Out Groove Records Announce today the upcoming release of More of The Monkees (Deluxe Edition) cut by Kevin Gray and Andrew Sandoval from the original analog tapes, complete with gatefold "tip on" jacket, expanded to a double LP with the addition of "debut vinyl" rarities.

Pro-Ject Launches New Debut Pro Turntable
Sumiko and Pro-Ject USA just introduced the handsome new Debut PRO turntable. Cosmetics are based around a satin black and brushed-nickel color scheme.

ZAPPA '88: THE LAST U.S. SHOW
Zappa '88: The Last U.S. Show contains mostly unreleased material capturing Frank's full Nassau Coliseum Long Island, NY performance plus additional tracks from MD and RI shows. The '88 band, a well-oiled machine intended to be Frank's Fox television show "house band", included some of the finest musicians that had ever worked with him.

The 1975 - Notes On A Conditional Form
Glaring errors in music criticism, whether out of ignorance, misunderstanding, rushed deadlines, personal happenings, or whatever else, are at some point in the fields unfortunately commonplace; at some point in the field, you're bound to make mistakes.

1st Edition

Vinyl Review Explosion: The Strokes, Kid Cudi, M.I.A., & Darkside
Review Explosion is a recurring AnalogPlanet feature covering recent releases for which we either don't have sufficient time to fully explore, or that are not worthy of it.

Jon Batiste Resurrects a "Lost Soul" on WE ARE
You've no doubt heard of Jon Batiste in conversation and song, for he's currently an integral piece of the complex puzzle that is today's version of musical entertainment and of being a musical entertainer.

Roy Hargrove, Mulgrew Miller In Harmony--A Not To Be Missed Upcoming RSD Release
On Sunday January 15th, 2006 following a blizzard, the late musical greats trumpeter Roy Hargrove and pianist Mulgrew Miller flew into Newark Liberty International Airport, cabbed it to 449 seat Merkin Hall in the Kaufman Music Center near Lincoln Center...

Jon Hassell--An Incomplete Discography
Dan Schwartz provides a brief look at some of Jon Hassell's records...

Masabumi Kikuchi's Virtuosic Swan Song Hanamichi Is Worth A Listen
As jazz vinyl sees a great resurgence, new labels issuing archival material and recent recordings contribute to a now-overwhelming catalog of available records. Run by former ECM producer Sun Chung, Red Hook Records bills itself as "a place for encounters, where musicians have opportunities [to] carve new adventurous ways of creative wayfaring [and] dissolve musical boundaries."

Jon Hassell 1937 - 2021
JFH. Jon Fucking Hassell. That's what (guitarist) Gregg Arreguin and I called him. I realize as I write this that it sounds like we were always annoyed with him - and we certainly were, at times - but actually we said it in order to build him up, to encourage him. As in, "Hey! You're Jon Fucking Hassell! You don't have to put up with this shit!"

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