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AnalogPlanet Dec 2021

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Vinyl Reports: Susumu Hirasawa & Fishmans
Released in 1998, Susumu Hirasawa's seventh solo LP Kyuusai no Gihou (“Technique of Relief”) is the most acclaimed and beloved release in a career also including prominent soundtrack work and his long-running electronic rock band P-MODEL.

Horace Tapscott, Tom Albach and the Story of Nimbus West Records
If you're a musician making albums and you're not a major pop/rock star or you don't own your own label, the money you make comes with strings attached. To some, they may be invisible—"Hey, that's what you do to sell records. Right?” T

The Rear View Mirror: Yen Records' We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Uniquely deviating from the overplayed standard holiday music fare, Yen Records' We Wish You A Merry Christmas is a Christmas LP actually worth your time, energy, and money.

AnalogPlanet's 2021 Holiday Gift Guide!
Finding gifts for record lovers can prove difficult: the hobby is uniquely personal, often expensive, and comes with the fear of what your gift recipient does and doesn't already own.

Christian McBride & Inside Straight Live at the Village Vanguard
This Village Vanguard Inside Straight set was recorded December 2014 a week before bassist McBride recorded with his trio another Village Vanguard engagement that became his Mack Avenue debut album.

Primal Scream's Demodelica : A Worthy Screamadelica Companion?
Primal Scream's Screamadelica, released in September 1991, captured late 80s/early 90s UK rave culture's peak. Unlike that era's other UK “guitar bands” making dance music, Primal Scream was a Rolling Stones-esque rock band. . .

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Blue Note Announces Round Trip: Ornette Coleman On Blue Note : First Ever "Tone Poet" Vinyl Box Set
Coming January 28th: a 6 LP all-analog 180g "Tone Poet"vinyl box set containing all six 1960s Blue Note Ornette Coleman albums including his five as a leader (the two volume At The 'Golden Circle' Stockholm (1965), The Empty Foxhole (1966), New York Is Now! (1968), and Love Call (1968)—as well as Coleman's lone sideman appearances on saxophonist Jackie McLean's New And Old Gospel (1967).

Primal Scream's Demodelica : A Worthy Screamadelica Companion?
Primal Scream's Screamadelica, released in September 1991, captured late 80s/early 90s UK rave culture's peak. Unlike that era's other UK “guitar bands” making dance music, Primal Scream was a Rolling Stones-esque rock band that—with the help of producers including Andrew Weatherall, The Orb, Terry Farley, and Hypnotone as well as singer Denise Johnson—drew from acid house in a seamless transition towards the current time.

Lacquer/ERC Dust Up Takeaway
Okay, the photo has nothing to do with the text but I thought you might enjoy it and it's possibly good clickbait. This little dust up with Mike Esposito was really me doing what I've been doing since calling out the B.S. that was the compact disc revolution when the industry, both on the hardware and software side, was insisting that this new format sounded better than the old one when in fact it clearly did not, especially at that time.

Review Explosion: Adele, Silk Sonic, Damon Albarn, Eric Clapton, & More
Following a recent divorce, Adele returns with 30, her first album in six years. Produced mainly by Greg Kurstin and Inflo with contributions from Ludwig Goransson and Max Martin among others, 30 finds the singer slightly altering her formula—just enough to keep it interesting.

The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady Often Seethes, Yet Has Sweet and Tender Moments
The always defiant, sometimes bitter and often angry Charles Mingus had a habit of declaring more than a few of his records as his best, including this one. He might be correct about The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady recorded January, 1963, though Tijuana Moods and several others are definitely in the running.

Vinyl Review Explosion: Clairo, Mariya Takeuchi, Sault, & Dean Blunt
Two years after her debut LP Immunity's atmospheric bedroom pop, Clairo (Claire Cottrill) released the starkly different Sling, a 70s-inspired singer-songwriter folk pop record co-produced by Jack Antonoff. With lush harmonies, delicate production, and excellent lyricism, Sling greatly advances Clairo's work.

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