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AnalogPlanet Sept 2021

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Unboxing the new Erroll Garner "Liberation In Swing:Centennial Collection" Deluxe Box Set
Mack Avenue Records' new deluxe limited to 300 copies Erroll Garner box set drops September 17th. The set arrived this afternoon, September 16th so I dropped everything to open it on camera to show you what's inside.

Zesto Audio Introduces Andros Tessera Reference Phono Stage
Zesto Audio recently announced this new super-deluxe Andros Tessera phono stage, which features a new 100% tube analog circuit design featuring "optimized" components and a wide variety of performance and convenience upgrades from its previous reference phono preamp.

VMP (Vinyl Me, Please) Announces Philadelphia International Records AAA 50th Anniversary Box Set
Vinyl Me, Please in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment's Legacy Recordings just announced VMP Anthology: The Story of Philadelphia International Records, celebrating the label's 50th anniversary with an 8 LP box set cut directly from the original master tapes by Bernie Grundman, plated and pressed at RTI on 180g colored vinyl.

Thorens Introduces New TD 1500 and TD 403 DD Turntables
Thorens today announced two new turntables: the TD1500 and the TD403. The 1500 takes its design cues from the iconic TD 150 introduced in 1965 that according to Thorens's press release featured for the first time in a mass produced turntable a spring suspended sub-chassis with a flat belt driven inner platter.

First Flight To Tokyo--Recently Discovered 1961 Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers Live Concert Coming Nov. 5th
Blue Note releases November 5th First Flight To Tokyo: The Lost 1961 Recordings a recently uncovered Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers 1961 live recording at Tokyo's Hibiya Public Hall featuring the classic lineup of Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Timmons and Jymie Merritt.

Chicago/ Blues/ Today! Vols 1,2 & 3 Vanguard Craft CR 00351 Record Store Day June 2021---The Records You Didn't Know You Needed #7
In December 1965, Sam Charters (1929-2015) went to Chicago to record Blues musicians who were playing in the clubs of the Black neighborhoods on the south and west sides. Charters, a white man, had written "The Country Blues" published in 1959.

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An Unprecedented, Star-Studded Collection from America's Top Jazz Labels in Support of Musicians Affected by the Pandemic Arrives November 12
The 2-LP Set, CD and digital album features Herbie Hancock, Wallace Roney, Buster Williams, Jimmy Heath, Albert "Tootie" Heath,Joshua Redman, Christian McBride, IRMA and LEO (Esperanza Spalding & Leo Genovese), Cecile McLorin Salvant, Charles Lloyd, Hiromi, Kenny Garrett, Jon Batiste, and Other Jazz Greats.

Radiohead Announces November 5th Release of Kid A Mnesia In Multiple Formats
The 21st anniversary of Radiohead's 2000 releases Kid A and Amnesiac will see the release of a multiple format triple-album featuring 1/2 speed re-masters of both Nigel Godrich produced albums and a third album of "never-before-heard "If You Say the Word" and a previously unreleased studio recording of "Follow Me Around".

Review Explosion: Drake, Lorde, Dean Blunt, VilloVilduVeta, & Tyler, The Creator
"Anxiety's a drug that I use to get the job done," Drake raps on "The Remorse," the closing track of his new, long-awaited album Certified Lover Boy.

Joni Mitchell The Reprise Albums (1968-1971) --The Perfect Box Set Reissue?
Joni Mitchell first came to the attention of some folk music enthusiasts from the three songs heard on Tom Rush's 1968 release The Circle Game (Elektra 74018). Rush covers "Tin Angel", "Urge For Going" and of course "The Circle Game." Rush also covers on the album songs from Jackson Browne and James Taylor before they too became well known.

Mungo's Hi Fi x Marina P A Scottish Reggae Record
Mungo's Hi Fi is Glasgow's biggest reggae sound system and named after the city's patron saint. You may not be expecting such a thing in the rainswept streets of Scotland's biggest city, but since 2001 Mungo's Hi Fi has been producing reggae music, putting out over 90 releases on its own Scotch Bonnet record label.

Spiritualized's Lazer Guided Melodies Gets Much-Needed Audiophile-Grade Reissue
In February 1991, seminal space rock band Spacemen 3 released their long-delayed swan song, Recurring. During its long recording process, the group's core members J. Spaceman (Jason Pierce) and Sonic Boom (Peter Kember) constantly fought; instead of composing together, Kember and Pierce had their own stylistically different LP sides.

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Mungo's Hi Fi x Marina P A Scottish Reggae Record
Mungo's Hi Fi is Glasgow's biggest reggae sound system and named after the city's patron saint. You may not be expecting such a thing in the rainswept streets of Scotland's biggest city, but since 2001 Mungo's Hi Fi has been producing reggae music.

Spiritualized's Lazer Guided Melodies Gets Much-Needed Audiophile-Grade Reissue
In February 1991, seminal space rock band Spacemen 3 released their long-delayed swan song, Recurring. During its long recording process, the group's core members J. Spaceman (Jason Pierce) and Sonic Boom (Peter Kember) constantly fought; instead of composing together, Kember and Pierce had their own stylistically different LP sides.

Happier Than Ever Is Billie Eilish's Brilliantly Dark Fame Diary
This July, Billie Eilish released her highly anticipated second LP, Happier Than Ever. After some contention as to who would review this release, AnalogPlanet editor Michael Fremer and contributing editor Malachi Lui agreed to both comment on it.

Review Explosion: Prince, Bleachers, Darkside, Yves Tumor, Abstract Mindstate
The latest in NPG/Legacy's onslaught of archival Prince releases, Welcome 2 America is the first proper, Prince-completed posthumous album product. Recorded in 2010 with bassist Tal Wilkenfeld, drummer Chris Coleman, and keyboardist Morris Hayes, Welcome 2 America is essentially a jam session structured into an LP.

Let It Be Gets Giles Martin Multi-Remix Box Set With Plenty of Extras
As expected, The Beatles' post-break up Let It Be album gets a Giles Martin re-mix and will be available worldwide October 15th 2021 in multiple editions. For the new release Martin and engineer Sam Okell produced stereo, 5.1 surround DTS and Dolby Atmos mixes.

Music Hall Introduces its "Stealth" Direct Drive Turntable
The late and great comedian Jackie Mason once quipped "You know who invented sushi? Not the Japanese! Jews invented sushi! Who else would figure out a way to open a restaurant without having to invest in a kitchen?

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