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Another Green World
45 (7" single, 45 rpm)
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Vinyl, Limited Edition, August 4, 2017
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From November 1975, 'Another Green World' represents the bridge between Brian's ground-breaking pop career and his early experiments with ambient music. This time around he was ably assisted in the studio by Robert Fripp from King Crimson, Phil Collins and Percy Jones from Brand X and, on viola, The Velvet Underground's John Cale. The album features 5 vocal and 9 instrumental songs including the title track which will be known to many as the theme to the BBC arts programme, 'Arena'.
This new gatefold 2LP vinyl edition of 'Another Green World' is presented over two 180GM discs which play at 45rpm for optimum sound quality. High resolution mastering from the best known sources and half-speed cutting were supervised by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios. Each album contains an Obi, Download Voucher and Abbey Road Half Speed Master certificate.
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I also have "Before and After Science" in this series and though it's noisier than I expected, it's much better than this one. I know these were cut on the same lathe and by the same engineer that did the recent Sgt. Pepper's remix which was perfect in every way (at least my copy is), and I presume it was also pressed in the same plant. Not sure why the quality is subpar on these when they did such an amazing job on the Pepper's.... a little disappointing to say the least. (For the record, I've been buying LPs for 40 years and I really don't think I'm being overly picky.)
I hope they can do better next time!
ABSOLUTELY STUNNING. The absolute BEST cut of this album I have ever heard. I wondered if the whole 'abbey road half speed master' thing was just marketing, but this sounds incredible. Didn't see it noted anywhere when I bought them, but they are not only half speed masters, but also 45Rrpm LPs. If you like Eno and have a decent turntable, get them NOW.
I have Here Come the Warm Jets too. That sounds fantastic. But the half speed mastering isn't necessary. I have other records that sound even better at 33. And it's super annoying to flip the record after 7 minutes. I won't be buying any of the other ones.