Cowboy Junkies The Trinity Session Analogue Productions 180g 2LP
Cowboy Junkies The Trinity Session Analogue Productions 180g 2LP
Genre: Pop Rock
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Cowboy Junkies The Trinity Session Analogue Productions 180g 2LP

Cowboy Junkies

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SKU:
APLP072B
UPC:
753088007217

TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Informal

180g Double LP Remastered by Original Recording Engineer Peter Moore & Cowboy Junkies From Original Session Tapes!
Cut by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound!
Pressed At Quality Record Pressings!

This item not eligible for any further discount offers!

Cowboy Junkies recorded this spectacular LP as a "live" event Nov. 27, 1987 at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Toronto. It was recorded with a digital R-Dat and using only a Calrec Ambisonic Microphone. What this means is the record sounds like the band was playing right in front of you with the perfect ambiance.

Yes, this is a digital recording. True to company principles, Analogue Productions in almost all cases reissues recordings only where the analog master tape is available. However, there are rare exceptions that whether digitally recorded or otherwise, a recording is so outstanding it's worthy of the highest quality vinyl reissue.

Featuring the sultry voice of Margo Timmins, the precise musicianship of her brothers Peter (on drums) and Michael (on guitar), and bassist Alan Anton, The Trinity Session is a spare, evocative, countrified-rock classic. First released in late 1988, The Trinity Session was named "Album of the Year" by The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times described it as "a quiet, special record that challenges traditional music." Rolling Stone declared the album to be "as important as it its inspiring."

Today, it remains much more than a snapshot of a single day's work captured on tape. So for this deluxe reissue, Analogue Productions pulled out all the stops. Starting with new mastering from the original session digital tapes by the original recording engineer, Peter Moore. And lacquer cutting by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound. The church where the album was recorded was selected on the basis of work Moore had done there with other jazz and classical artists. Using a single Calrec Ambisonic microphone, the results are stunning.

Next, Analogue Productions kicked up the packaging and content several notches. You're holding a heavyweight old-style tip-on Stoughton Printing jacket, and it has brand-new liner notes by author and music editor Jason Schneider. Schneider is the author of Whispering Pines: the Northern Roots of American Music from Hank Snow to The Band. He's also the roots music editor at Exclaim! and his work has been published in Paste, The Word, The Toronto Star and other publications. The liner notes share space with additional recording session photos, inside and on the back cover. Additionally, the cover has been redesigned to remove the lettering and photo distortion originally applied and make it appear as the musicians/artist originally intended. Lastly, this sonic treasure has been pressed on 180g vinyl at Quality Record Pressings, maker of the world's finest LPs, with stampers plated by master plating technician Gary Salstrom.

The inspired reworking of both "Blue Moon" and "Working On A Building" reveal the Timmins family to be talented interpreters and insightful neo-traditionalists. Mixing the ambitious songwriting of Margo and Michael Timmins with subdued covers of Lou Reed's "Sweet Jane" and Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", The Trinity Session is an exquisite collection that holds up quite well under repeated listenings.

The main appeal of The Trinity Session, the Cowboy Junkies' second album, remains its lo-fi sound. The ambient buzz of Toronto's Church of the Holy Trinity, where the Junkies recorded the album around one microphone, colors every song, reinforcing the live setting and generating vinyl intimacy even on CD. It's as if the church itself was an instrument, one that Junkies could play pretty well. It allows Margo Timmins' voice to fill your field of vision, simultaneously soothing and unsettling, while her brother Michael's guitar rumbles through the songs, a little louder and sharper than anticipated.
-Pitchfork
Sonics are first-rate, as is Analogue Productions' knockout reissue. The sound is exceptionally ambient and airy, with a remarkable sense of depth and a seemingly endless stage. Instruments are creamy-rich in texture, as is Timmins' come-hither vocal style. If you love Trinity Sessions, you'll want this edition.
-Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound, February 2017

Features

  • 180g Vinyl
  • Double LP
  • Originally recorded at 44.1kHz/16-bit
  • Remastered by original recording engineer Peter Moore & Cowboy Junkies
  • Lacquers cut by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound
  • Expanded gatefold edition with additional photos, new cover design as the musicians/artist intended
  • New liner notes written by author and music editor Jason Schneider
  • Stoughton Printing old-style tip-on gatefold jacket
  • Plated & pressed at Quality Record Pressings

Selections

Side A:

  1. Mining For Gold
  2. Misguided Angel
  3. Blue Moon Revisited (Song for Elvis)

Side B:

  1. I Don't Get It
  2. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
  3. To Love Is To Bury

Side C:

  1. 200 More Miles
  2. Dreaming My Dreams With You
  3. Working On A Building

Side D:

  1. Sweet Jane
  2. Postcard Blues
  3. Walking After Midnight
Description

TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Informal

180g Double LP Remastered by Original Recording Engineer Peter Moore & Cowboy Junkies From Original Session Tapes!
Cut by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound!
Pressed At Quality Record Pressings!

This item not eligible for any further discount offers!

Cowboy Junkies recorded this spectacular LP as a "live" event Nov. 27, 1987 at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Toronto. It was recorded with a digital R-Dat and using only a Calrec Ambisonic Microphone. What this means is the record sounds like the band was playing right in front of you with the perfect ambiance.

Yes, this is a digital recording. True to company principles, Analogue Productions in almost all cases reissues recordings only where the analog master tape is available. However, there are rare exceptions that whether digitally recorded or otherwise, a recording is so outstanding it's worthy of the highest quality vinyl reissue.

Featuring the sultry voice of Margo Timmins, the precise musicianship of her brothers Peter (on drums) and Michael (on guitar), and bassist Alan Anton, The Trinity Session is a spare, evocative, countrified-rock classic. First released in late 1988, The Trinity Session was named "Album of the Year" by The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times described it as "a quiet, special record that challenges traditional music." Rolling Stone declared the album to be "as important as it its inspiring."

Today, it remains much more than a snapshot of a single day's work captured on tape. So for this deluxe reissue, Analogue Productions pulled out all the stops. Starting with new mastering from the original session digital tapes by the original recording engineer, Peter Moore. And lacquer cutting by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound. The church where the album was recorded was selected on the basis of work Moore had done there with other jazz and classical artists. Using a single Calrec Ambisonic microphone, the results are stunning.

Next, Analogue Productions kicked up the packaging and content several notches. You're holding a heavyweight old-style tip-on Stoughton Printing jacket, and it has brand-new liner notes by author and music editor Jason Schneider. Schneider is the author of Whispering Pines: the Northern Roots of American Music from Hank Snow to The Band. He's also the roots music editor at Exclaim! and his work has been published in Paste, The Word, The Toronto Star and other publications. The liner notes share space with additional recording session photos, inside and on the back cover. Additionally, the cover has been redesigned to remove the lettering and photo distortion originally applied and make it appear as the musicians/artist originally intended. Lastly, this sonic treasure has been pressed on 180g vinyl at Quality Record Pressings, maker of the world's finest LPs, with stampers plated by master plating technician Gary Salstrom.

The inspired reworking of both "Blue Moon" and "Working On A Building" reveal the Timmins family to be talented interpreters and insightful neo-traditionalists. Mixing the ambitious songwriting of Margo and Michael Timmins with subdued covers of Lou Reed's "Sweet Jane" and Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", The Trinity Session is an exquisite collection that holds up quite well under repeated listenings.

The main appeal of The Trinity Session, the Cowboy Junkies' second album, remains its lo-fi sound. The ambient buzz of Toronto's Church of the Holy Trinity, where the Junkies recorded the album around one microphone, colors every song, reinforcing the live setting and generating vinyl intimacy even on CD. It's as if the church itself was an instrument, one that Junkies could play pretty well. It allows Margo Timmins' voice to fill your field of vision, simultaneously soothing and unsettling, while her brother Michael's guitar rumbles through the songs, a little louder and sharper than anticipated.
-Pitchfork
Sonics are first-rate, as is Analogue Productions' knockout reissue. The sound is exceptionally ambient and airy, with a remarkable sense of depth and a seemingly endless stage. Instruments are creamy-rich in texture, as is Timmins' come-hither vocal style. If you love Trinity Sessions, you'll want this edition.
-Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound, February 2017

Features

  • 180g Vinyl
  • Double LP
  • Originally recorded at 44.1kHz/16-bit
  • Remastered by original recording engineer Peter Moore & Cowboy Junkies
  • Lacquers cut by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound
  • Expanded gatefold edition with additional photos, new cover design as the musicians/artist intended
  • New liner notes written by author and music editor Jason Schneider
  • Stoughton Printing old-style tip-on gatefold jacket
  • Plated & pressed at Quality Record Pressings

Selections

Side A:

  1. Mining For Gold
  2. Misguided Angel
  3. Blue Moon Revisited (Song for Elvis)

Side B:

  1. I Don't Get It
  2. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
  3. To Love Is To Bury

Side C:

  1. 200 More Miles
  2. Dreaming My Dreams With You
  3. Working On A Building

Side D:

  1. Sweet Jane
  2. Postcard Blues
  3. Walking After Midnight
ISBN
ASSOC
R
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Artist
Cowboy Junkies
Title
The Trinity Session
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
04-05-2021
Release Date
Scratch & Dent
0
Availability
Backordered
Format
Vinyl
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