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Double vinyl LP pressing. 2017 release from the Canadian singer/songwriter, issued to coincide with her Racine album's 25th anniversary. Sass released Racine, her sophomore album in 1992. Hits with "Make You a Believer", "I Want to Believe", "You Don't Have to Remind Me" and "Goin' Back Again". Sass Jordan explains Racine Revisited: "Re-recording such a landmark album was not a venture that we took lightly, because once you release your music to the world, it becomes the emotional property of anyone who connects with it, and rightly so. I have personally heard from so many of you about what it meant and still means to you, and I am humbled and amazed yet again by the power of music to soothe the soul and fire up the engines! We wanted to be true to the original recording, but to do something we had never heard of before... and this is what we came up with, after talking to the birthday baby, Racine herself! Instead of doing the obvious, and updating the vibe, bringing it up to the sound of today's recordings, and making it all shiny, sparkly, hissy and huge - why don't we recreate the record as if we were IN the '70's, and try to make it sound like it would have if it had been recorded during that seminal decade - where the original recording drew it's roots from? What would THAT be like? Racine was reborn living and working together at the fabulous OCL Studios in Calgary, Canada, and not one note was tampered with in the fashion of today. What you hear is what happened - no click tracks and no auto-tune. This record was made with great care and precision in order to be played loud and proud!"
Double vinyl LP pressing. 2017 release from the Canadian singer/songwriter, issued to coincide with her Racine album's 25th anniversary. Sass released Racine, her sophomore album in 1992. Hits with "Make You a Believer", "I Want to Believe", "You Don't Have to Remind Me" and "Goin' Back Again". Sass Jordan explains Racine Revisited: "Re-recording such a landmark album was not a venture that we took lightly, because once you release your music to the world, it becomes the emotional property of anyone who connects with it, and rightly so. I have personally heard from so many of you about what it meant and still means to you, and I am humbled and amazed yet again by the power of music to soothe the soul and fire up the engines! We wanted to be true to the original recording, but to do something we had never heard of before... and this is what we came up with, after talking to the birthday baby, Racine herself! Instead of doing the obvious, and updating the vibe, bringing it up to the sound of today's recordings, and making it all shiny, sparkly, hissy and huge - why don't we recreate the record as if we were IN the '70's, and try to make it sound like it would have if it had been recorded during that seminal decade - where the original recording drew it's roots from? What would THAT be like? Racine was reborn living and working together at the fabulous OCL Studios in Calgary, Canada, and not one note was tampered with in the fashion of today. What you hear is what happened - no click tracks and no auto-tune. This record was made with great care and precision in order to be played loud and proud!"
803057032174
Sass Jordan - Racine Revisited

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Format: Vinyl
Label: LIU
Rel. Date: 09/15/2017
UPC: 803057032174

Racine Revisited
Artist: Sass Jordan
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $24.99
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DISC: 1

1. Make You a Believer
2. If You're Gonna Love Me
3. You Don't Have to Remind Me
4. Who Do You Think You Are?
5. Windin' Me Up
6. I Want to Believe
7. Goin' Back Again
8. Do What You Want
9. Cry Baby 1
10. Where There's a Will 1
11. Time Flies

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Double vinyl LP pressing. 2017 release from the Canadian singer/songwriter, issued to coincide with her Racine album's 25th anniversary. Sass released Racine, her sophomore album in 1992. Hits with "Make You a Believer", "I Want to Believe", "You Don't Have to Remind Me" and "Goin' Back Again". Sass Jordan explains Racine Revisited: "Re-recording such a landmark album was not a venture that we took lightly, because once you release your music to the world, it becomes the emotional property of anyone who connects with it, and rightly so. I have personally heard from so many of you about what it meant and still means to you, and I am humbled and amazed yet again by the power of music to soothe the soul and fire up the engines! We wanted to be true to the original recording, but to do something we had never heard of before... and this is what we came up with, after talking to the birthday baby, Racine herself! Instead of doing the obvious, and updating the vibe, bringing it up to the sound of today's recordings, and making it all shiny, sparkly, hissy and huge - why don't we recreate the record as if we were IN the '70's, and try to make it sound like it would have if it had been recorded during that seminal decade - where the original recording drew it's roots from? What would THAT be like? Racine was reborn living and working together at the fabulous OCL Studios in Calgary, Canada, and not one note was tampered with in the fashion of today. What you hear is what happened - no click tracks and no auto-tune. This record was made with great care and precision in order to be played loud and proud!"
        
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