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AnalogPlanet Aug 2021

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Vinyl Reports: Burial + Four Tet + Thom Yorke, James Ferraro, Yung Lean, & Actress
Vinyl Reports is an AnalogPlanet feature aiming to create a definitive guide to vinyl LPs. Here, we talk about sound quality, LP packaging, music, and the overarching vinyl experience.)

The Rolling Stones Announce Tattoo You 40th Anniversary Reissue
The Rolling Stones just announced a series of 40th anniversary, expanded editions of Tattoo You, the group's multi-platinum 1981 release from Polydor/Interscope/UMe.

Neil Young's New Official Bootleg Series Debuts With Fabled 1970 Carnegie Hall Debut
Shakey Pictures Records and Reprise Records announced today The Neil Young Official Bootleg Series, which will commence with an official release of Neil's legendary December 4th, 1970 Carnegie Hall debut show available now for pre-order at The Greedy Hand Store at Neil Young Archives.

Yellow Magic Orchestra: Explorations, Part 2 (1983-Present)
Concluding our multi-part exploration into pioneering Japanese synthpop group Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO), this week we'll analyze the trio's work from 1983's Naughty Boys to the present day.

Analogue Productions Unleashes the Funk on Herbie Hancock's Headhunters
With a career spanning more than six decades, Herbie Hancock is one of the most treasured names in jazz. From his early days with Blue Note, to his last release (2010's The Imagine Project), there are more than a few of his impressive 46 albums that people consider to be favorites.

Six Acoustic's Transparent York MM/MC Phono Preamplifier
The term oversaturated adequately describes most of the entry-level phono preamplifier market, no thanks to those selling functionally identical electronics distinguishable only by brand logos. For a multitude of reasons, mainly their unremarkable sound, seasoned audiophiles steer clear of these products.

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Analogue Productions Unleashes the Funk on Herbie Hancock's Headhunters
With a career spanning more than six decades, Herbie Hancock is one of the most treasured names in jazz. From his early days with Blue Note, to his last release (2010's The Imagine Project), there are more than a few of his impressive 46 albums that people consider to be favourites. My personal favourite however, is the fusion classic, 1973's Headhunters.

Six Acoustic's Transparent York MM/MC Phono Preamplifier
The term oversaturated adequately describes most of the entry-level phono preamplifier market, no thanks to those selling functionally identical electronics distinguishable only by brand logos. For a multitude of reasons, mainly their unremarkable sound, seasoned audiophiles steer clear of these products.

Yellow Magic Orchestra: Intermission, 1980-1982 (Solo LPs & Side Projects)
Continuing our multi-part exploration of Japanese synthpop group Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO), this week we'll analyze Yukihiro Takahashi, Haruomi Hosono, and Ryuichi Sakamoto's solo LPs and side projects from 1980-1982.

Sister Publication Sound&Vision's Great ATMP Feature is Definitely Worth Reading
AnalogPlanet's "sister publication" Sound&Vision the other day published "The Making of All Things Must Pass" a comprehensive feature by Matt Hurwitz complete with outstanding studio and other photos.

First Six Bryan Ferry Albums Released on AAA Vinyl?
Don't know how we missed this but Bryan Ferry's first six solo albums are about to be released on vinyl, "...re-mastered from the original tapes at Abbey Road Studios and cut by Frank Arkwright."

On the All Things Must Pass Remix "The Quiet Beatle" Gets the Final Word (Revised lacquer cutting info)
When George Harrison, the youngest Beatle, passed away November 30th, 2001 at age 58, Allan Kozinn's front page New York Times obituary referred to him as "the quiet Beatle", which during the group's touring years, is what the self-effacing youngest member of group was often called.

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On the All Things Must Pass Remix "The Quiet Beatle" Gets the Final Word
When George Harrison, the youngest Beatle, passed away November 30th, 2001 at age 58, Allan Kozinn's front page New York Times obituary referred to him as "the quiet Beatle", which during the group's touring years, is what the self-effacing youngest member of group was often called.

VMP Announces AAA The Story of Vanguard Box Set
Vinyl Me, Please (VMP) announced today The Story of Vanguard anthology, limited to 1000 copies on six 180g colored vinyl box set pressed at GZ Media. The mono box set was cut by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound, Nashville from original master tapes.

EMT Debuts New "Novel" Moving Coil Cartridge Line
Based upon six years of electro-mechanical analysis EMT's new "Novel" moving coil cartridge line features a new multi-layer core transducer that includes a sapphire cantilever inserted within a coated high-strength titanium structure and a double-layer core designed to reduce eddy current loss. The stylus is a "multi-radial diamond.

SME Loricraft Introduces Upgraded "Thread Type" Vacuum Record Cleaning Machines
SME Loricraft recently announced upgraded versions of its PRC4i and PRC6i "thread type" vacuum record cleaning machines.

"Lost" Mono Master of Coltrane's My Favorite Things Found, ERC Releasing
When Rhino released in 2016 John Coltrane--The Atlantic Years--in Mono box set, one LP was missing: My Favorite Things. The set did include a 7" 45rpm single of the title track. The long thought destroyed in the Atlantic fire (yes, they had one too) has been found, according to The Electric Recording Company's Pete Hutchison.

Five Labels, Fifteen Cities. One Truck: Secretly Group Announces "Paved Paradise"
"Today, Ghostly International, Numero Group and Secretly Group record labels Dead Oceans, Jagjaguwar and Secretly Canadian all join forces to announce Paved Paradise, a traveling expo bringing their music to parking lots this fall.

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