Double vinyl LP pressing. 2020 collection from the country music icons celebrating their 20 years of hitmaking. 1. I’m Movin’ on 2.
A1. The Pearl / A2. Michelangelo / A3. I Don’t Wanna Talk About It Now / B1. Tragedy / B2. Red Dirt Girl / B3. My Baby Needs a Shepherd / C1. Bang the Drum Slowly / C2. J’ai fait tout / C3. One Big Love / D1. Hour of Gold / D2. My Antonia / D3. Boy from Tupelo
Ltd to 1755 worldwide pressed on a clear mixed colorway of yellow, red and black vinyl.
Now on 45 RPM, the sound quality is incredible!
Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings
200-gram vinyl plated and pressed by Quality Record Pressings
Cut to LP by Doug Sax from analog master sources
Stoughton Printing glossy gatefold jacket
“…She’s enough of a talent to serve up nine of Dusty’s (plus one original) with reverence rather than mimicry, while avoiding the obvious songs. But the hook is the sound: it ranks with any ‘audiophile’ LP you can name.” Sound Quality: 90%, Hi-Fi News Album Choice – Ken Kessler, Hi-Fi News, September 2012
“…I heard the music in an entirely new way … the recording is so good, and the Analogue Productions mastering brings such new life to this LP … Mastered by Doug Sax, this explodes off your turntable.” Recording = 10/10; Music = 9.5/10 — Dennis D. Davis, Hi-Fi +, Issue 89
“…it is simply hard to believe how good this LP sounds, the backgrounds are as quiet as any of the famous UHQR pressings. Lynne’s voice simply comes out of silence and a real space. It is rich, detailed, and most of all, unbelievably alive sounding. This recording is so good that I swear it sounds like she sings better than she did on the original…This is an LP that every vinyl lover must have in their collection!” – Jack Roberts, Dagogo
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