A series of new albums of vinyl records (analog recordings) were released recently in HCM City, introducing a new element in the local industry that is dominated by digital CDs and DVDs. The analogue recording, entitled Tình Ca Pham Duy (Love Songs by Pham Duy), features pop star Quang Dung, introducing a new element in an industry dominated by digital CDs and DVDs.— Photo courtesy of the producer The album, titled Lênh Đênh Nhớ Phố (Nostalgia for the Old Streets), was produced by Tran Duc Store CD-LP-Mastertopes, features music by late songwriter Trinh Cong Son. The record in acoustic style is the vinyl version of Trang’s debut CD that she released in 2012. In her new version, Trang worked with violinist Anh Tu and guitarist Anh Hoang. “We decided to use analog technology to make our new production original and with perfect sound,” said Trang. Other vinyl albums, Vinh Quang Việt Nam (Glory Việt Nam), Mùa Thu Không Trở Lại (Autumn doesn’t Return) and Hà Nội Mùa Vắng Những Cơn Mưa (Hà Nội without Rains), feature talented singers such as People’s Artist Le Dung and Pham Thu Ha. The works’ producers, Trẻ Film Studio and MFC Star Group, the city’s… Read full this story
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