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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 28, 2015 8 comments
Let's not drag this out. Here are the file identities:

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 28, 2015 1 comments
I’ll tell you how I got into medieval era dance music similar to what’s on this record and on la Spagna: back in 1969 when I worked in the downstairs record store division of Minuteman in Harvard Square, a salesman named Duane who worked upstairs selling audio gear I could not at the time afford, insisted I buy a record on Deutsche Grammophone’s Archive Production label.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 27, 2015 38 comments
Thanks to an analogplanet.com reader I got a copy to review of the two LP deluxe edition of Sticky Fingers (Rolling Stones Records 376-484-4).

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 26, 2015 Published: Aug 25, 2015 9 comments
The cover artist is working on the design, I have all of the prices for lacquer cutting, plating and pressing 1000 copies as well as for jacket fabrication.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 25, 2015 21 comments
(analogplanet.com exclusive, August 25th, 2015): Do you remember years ago when Apple was on the ropes? The press loved to predict “struggling Apple”’s demise. Then a funny thing happened: Apple became wildly successful.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 25, 2015 7 comments
Analogplanet Radio show number four is now available for streaming/downloading.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 25, 2015 1 comments
Originally released in 1980 on the Swedish BIS label, the double LP la spagna became an instant, certified “audiophile classic”. It was on the late Harry Pearson’s “Super Disc” list since forever, with used copies regularly fetching upwards of $200.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 21, 2015 Published: Aug 20, 2015 11 comments
Some records deserve to be looked at as well as listened to. That's the case with the series of Sam jazz reissues from France.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 21, 2015 Published: Aug 20, 2015 0 comments
Singer-songwriter Jack Tempchin is best known for having written the Eagles classic "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and for co-writing "Already Gone", " The Girl From Yesterday", "Somebody" and "It's Your World Now".
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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 18, 2015 Published: Aug 17, 2015 17 comments
Today's weather in the New York/NJ metro area was so hot and humid (96 degrees) the idea of spending even an hour in a studio on such a beautiful but hot day simply didn't appeal so I drove down to Asbury Park and did the third edition of anlaogplanet radio "live" from the New Jersey Shore!

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