Gillian Welch The Harrow & The Harvest LP
Gillian Welch The Harrow & The Harvest LP
Genre: Folk
Label: Acony Records
Additional Artists: David Rawlings
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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Gillian Welch The Harrow & The Harvest LP

Gillian Welch

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SKU:
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UPC:
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Watch Gillian's "Dark Turn of Mind" Video Now!

Michael Fremer's 100 Recommended All-Analog LP Reissues Worth Owning - Rated 81/100!

TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Informal

First Time Ever On Vinyl LP!
Mastered Direct From The Original Tapes!
Plated & Pressed at Quality Record Pressings!


Analogplanet Rated 10/11 Music, 10/11 Sound!

Gillian Welch’s long-awaited first record pressing!

This long awaited first pressing of Gillian Welch's The Harrow & The Harvest was mastered direct from the original tapes through custom Ortofon amplifiers to a Neumann VMS-80 cutting system and plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings. It is also the first vinyl record to come out on Acony Records.

"We have been working and waiting 20 years to bring you our music on phonograph record. It took a while, because we wanted to do it the right way, the absolute best way humanly possible, and I believe that’s what we’ve done. No sonic stone was left unturned, no nuance let fall by the wayside. There is honestly nothing else I can imagine hoping to hear out of the original tapes. It is all there in the groove. As people whose lives were changed by the sound of music coming off turntables, we humbly invite you to include us in your record collection." – Gillian Welch

GRAMMY nominated for Best Engineered Album (Non Classical) and Best Folk Album, this deluxe package includes new full-color cover art by John Dyer Baizley, a gatefold old-style tip-on jacket printed on special paper, a printed sleeve, and full lyric insert (included with the album for the first time).

"The Harrow & the Harvest is stunning for its intimacy, its lack of studio artifice, its warmth and its timeless, if hard won, songcraft. Its only equal in her catalog is Time (The Revelator), making it well worth the long wait. [Note: the provocative cover art by Baroness guitarist and vocalist John Dyer Baizley is peerlessly brilliant.]" - Thom Jurek, allmusic.com

"Welch's partner, David Rawlings, stepping back from his nominal star turn with Dave Rawlings Machine, continues as America's most low-key guitar hero; his sparkling lines and harmonies cling to Welch's rich vocals (which infused the Decemberists' recent The King Is Dead) like smoke plumes. The themes are often bleak: 'Some girls are blessed with a dark turn of mind,' Welch sings at one point, probably with a wink. But there's a light that never goes out on The Harrow & the Harvest. 'Hard times,' she insists on the song of the same name, 'ain't gonna rule my mind.'" - Will Hermes, rollingstone.com

"The Harrow & The Harvest is simply one of the richest, most expansive roots albums to be released in some time." - Douglas Heselgrave, Paste Magazine

"It is the best kind of record: one that lures you in and soothes you with harmonies and banjo, only to leave you wondering what the hell just happened... At the heart of much Americana is the idea of letting it all hang out. Gillian Welch is not of a mind to let anything hang out, ever; but she and Rawlings have produced a classic of the genre." - Kitty Empire, theguardian.com

"...this recorded-to-tape Gillian Welch gem finally has an AAA vinyl release...

"Welch and partner David Rawlings got ahold of an early pressing of Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks—an album they’d only previously heard on CD. “For the first time, I could actually see Van singing into the microphone, I could visualize what he was doing. I could see all of it. And just after that moment of revelation, we were both instantaneously furious — just furious that this sonic information had been eradicated by the CD.”

"That revelation came a few years ago. Why the delay releasing this on vinyl? The two were unhappy with the quality of the mastering they heard. Their exacting standards weren’t being met.

"So, in 2013 they concluded that buying and refurbishing their own cutting lathe was the only way to achieve the desired results.

"Five years and more than $100,000 later they have finally issued the first two Acony Records releases cut from tape on their lathe, now housed at Stephen Marcussen’s Precision Mastering in Los Angeles (Rawlings' record Poor David's Almanack will be reviewed shortly).

"Before Marcussen exited the vinyl mastering business in the 1990s his place was called Precision Lacquer. So, like many audio enthusiasts who have returned to vinyl, he’s come “full circle”.

"Listen to this record and you’ll surely conclude that the money and sweat equity Welch and Rawlings invested has been well spent."
- Michael Fremer, Analogplanet.com



Features:
• Vinyl LP
• Plated & Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
• Mastered Direct from original tapes
• New full-color cover art by John Dyer Baizley
• Gatefold old-style tip-on jacket
• Printed sleeve
• Full lyric insert

Musicians:
Gillian Welch, vocal, guitar, banjo, harmonica, hands & feet
David Rawlings, vocal, guitar, banjo & harmonica

Selections:
Side A:

1. Scarlet Town
2. Dark Turn Of Mind
3. The Way It Will Be
4. The Way It Goes
5. Tennessee
Side B:
1. Down Along The Dixie Line
2. Six White Horses
3. Hard Times
4. Silver Dagger
5. The Way The Whole Thing Ends
Description
Watch Gillian's "Dark Turn of Mind" Video Now!

Michael Fremer's 100 Recommended All-Analog LP Reissues Worth Owning - Rated 81/100!

TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Informal

First Time Ever On Vinyl LP!
Mastered Direct From The Original Tapes!
Plated & Pressed at Quality Record Pressings!


Analogplanet Rated 10/11 Music, 10/11 Sound!

Gillian Welch’s long-awaited first record pressing!

This long awaited first pressing of Gillian Welch's The Harrow & The Harvest was mastered direct from the original tapes through custom Ortofon amplifiers to a Neumann VMS-80 cutting system and plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings. It is also the first vinyl record to come out on Acony Records.

"We have been working and waiting 20 years to bring you our music on phonograph record. It took a while, because we wanted to do it the right way, the absolute best way humanly possible, and I believe that’s what we’ve done. No sonic stone was left unturned, no nuance let fall by the wayside. There is honestly nothing else I can imagine hoping to hear out of the original tapes. It is all there in the groove. As people whose lives were changed by the sound of music coming off turntables, we humbly invite you to include us in your record collection." – Gillian Welch

GRAMMY nominated for Best Engineered Album (Non Classical) and Best Folk Album, this deluxe package includes new full-color cover art by John Dyer Baizley, a gatefold old-style tip-on jacket printed on special paper, a printed sleeve, and full lyric insert (included with the album for the first time).

"The Harrow & the Harvest is stunning for its intimacy, its lack of studio artifice, its warmth and its timeless, if hard won, songcraft. Its only equal in her catalog is Time (The Revelator), making it well worth the long wait. [Note: the provocative cover art by Baroness guitarist and vocalist John Dyer Baizley is peerlessly brilliant.]" - Thom Jurek, allmusic.com

"Welch's partner, David Rawlings, stepping back from his nominal star turn with Dave Rawlings Machine, continues as America's most low-key guitar hero; his sparkling lines and harmonies cling to Welch's rich vocals (which infused the Decemberists' recent The King Is Dead) like smoke plumes. The themes are often bleak: 'Some girls are blessed with a dark turn of mind,' Welch sings at one point, probably with a wink. But there's a light that never goes out on The Harrow & the Harvest. 'Hard times,' she insists on the song of the same name, 'ain't gonna rule my mind.'" - Will Hermes, rollingstone.com

"The Harrow & The Harvest is simply one of the richest, most expansive roots albums to be released in some time." - Douglas Heselgrave, Paste Magazine

"It is the best kind of record: one that lures you in and soothes you with harmonies and banjo, only to leave you wondering what the hell just happened... At the heart of much Americana is the idea of letting it all hang out. Gillian Welch is not of a mind to let anything hang out, ever; but she and Rawlings have produced a classic of the genre." - Kitty Empire, theguardian.com

"...this recorded-to-tape Gillian Welch gem finally has an AAA vinyl release...

"Welch and partner David Rawlings got ahold of an early pressing of Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks—an album they’d only previously heard on CD. “For the first time, I could actually see Van singing into the microphone, I could visualize what he was doing. I could see all of it. And just after that moment of revelation, we were both instantaneously furious — just furious that this sonic information had been eradicated by the CD.”

"That revelation came a few years ago. Why the delay releasing this on vinyl? The two were unhappy with the quality of the mastering they heard. Their exacting standards weren’t being met.

"So, in 2013 they concluded that buying and refurbishing their own cutting lathe was the only way to achieve the desired results.

"Five years and more than $100,000 later they have finally issued the first two Acony Records releases cut from tape on their lathe, now housed at Stephen Marcussen’s Precision Mastering in Los Angeles (Rawlings' record Poor David's Almanack will be reviewed shortly).

"Before Marcussen exited the vinyl mastering business in the 1990s his place was called Precision Lacquer. So, like many audio enthusiasts who have returned to vinyl, he’s come “full circle”.

"Listen to this record and you’ll surely conclude that the money and sweat equity Welch and Rawlings invested has been well spent."
- Michael Fremer, Analogplanet.com



Features:
• Vinyl LP
• Plated & Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
• Mastered Direct from original tapes
• New full-color cover art by John Dyer Baizley
• Gatefold old-style tip-on jacket
• Printed sleeve
• Full lyric insert

Musicians:
Gillian Welch, vocal, guitar, banjo, harmonica, hands & feet
David Rawlings, vocal, guitar, banjo & harmonica

Selections:
Side A:

1. Scarlet Town
2. Dark Turn Of Mind
3. The Way It Will Be
4. The Way It Goes
5. Tennessee
Side B:
1. Down Along The Dixie Line
2. Six White Horses
3. Hard Times
4. Silver Dagger
5. The Way The Whole Thing Ends
Genre
Folk
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
1.00
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Artist
Gillian Welch
Title
The Harrow & The Harvest
Composer
Additional Artists
David Rawlings
Record Weight
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
05-19-2017
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
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Release Date
ASSOC
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