Counting Crows - August And Everything After


Analogue Productions



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AAPP 24528-45
UPC: 753088452871
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45 RPM Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

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Counting Crows' 1993 debut album released for the first time as an LP in the U.S.!

Double LP cut at 45 RPM, plated and pressed by Quality Record Pressings — four sides maximize the recording's dynamic range

Deluxe gatefold jacket!

Mastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound

Mono & Stereo magazine's reviewer Matej Isak says Chad Kassem's efforts via his Quality Record Pressings pressing plant "goes beyond simple vinyl revival." "As (it is) for many, August And Everything After is my favourite Counting Crows album. It could be a generation thing and not only a "Mr. Jones" hit single impact. It's true, that this track brought the band glory and recognition to the stratosphere, but that's not merely it. The whole album is a celebration of refined producing and musicianship. ... We might be accustomed to the CD sound of the album as it was mastered as such, but thank God to Chad's persistence of seeking out the releases with analog session tapes; what we have here is a new true analog jewel recording being pressed." — Matej Isak, Mono & Stereo magazine, May 2013. Beyond highly recommended." Named a Mono & Stereo Strictly Vinyl Analog Award winner. Read the entire review here.

"I compared this double 45 with the old gold CD from Mobile Fidelity, which was far superior sounding to the original CD and boy did it suck compared to this. If you want to know why CDs are an unacceptable medium for rock music compare for yourself. The idea that CDs are "transparent to the source" is such bullshit I don't know where to start. Wait! Yes I do! Compare this double 45 to any CD version. The CD sounds cloudy with soft indistinct drums and no crack whatsoever to anything that should sound dynamic. ... If you're part of the 'Mr. Jones' generation that came of age to this record, you'll want to invest in this sonically spectacular version expertly mastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound. You may think you've hear this album but until you hear this edition you really haven't. Quality Record Pressings plating and pressing quality remain models of velvety quiet backdrops and explosive sonics." — Music = 8/11; Sound = 10/11 - Michael Fremer,, February 19, 2013. To read Fremer's full review, click here.

Counting Crows put in the gigging hours during the early days of the band, and it paid off. By the time they signed to Geffen in 1993, they had already built up a significant fanbase. Their debut, August and Everything After, produced by T-Bone Burnettwas released later the same year and became an unexpected multi-platinum hit, partly as a result of the successful single "Mr. Jones."

"We were fortunate that this was recorded to analog in an age that had many digital recordings," says Acoustic Sounds founder and CEO Chad Kassem, who describes August and Everything After  as "one of the better albums in the entire '90s," with a timeless vibe and classic pop sound. Although recorded to audio tape, the album was originally mastered for CD and featured a longer playing time than a standard LP. Thus Analogue Productions has reissued August and Everything After as a double LP set to maximize the dynamic range of this recording. This is the first time that the 'Crows multi-platinum smash has been released in the U.S. as an LP. Mastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound.

Side 1
Round Here
Mr. Jones

Side 2
Perfect Blue Buildings
Anna Begins
Time and Time Again

Side 3
Rain King
Sullivan Street
Ghost Train

Side 4
Raining In Baltimore
A Murder of One

Customer Reviews (4.90 Stars) 21 person(s) rated this product.

A nice record

posted on 05/18/2022
4 Stars
Reviewer: David
The package is high quality, as is the pressing. Generally, the better your system, the better this record will sound. It is a nice record. When I played it, it sounded way better than before. Better than the CD for sure. Glad to hear it on vinyl. But… please, it’s not like I’d never heard it before. I’ve heard this bunches of times before. We’ve been listening to this album on CD since the time it was released (1990s). Why do people say it’s like they hadn’t heard it before?


posted on 09/28/2021
5 Stars
Just WOW!

A whole new experience.

posted on 04/14/2021
5 Stars
Reviewer: Gambino
If you’re reading this than you’re likely looking for justification on whether to spend the $55 on this record. I know because I did the very same before pulling the trigger on it. I have always been a huge fan of this album(and their 2nd) and wanted it for my collection. I must have heard this album 100 times since it was released. However the moment I dropped the needle on this record it was as though I was hearing it for the first time. It was a beautiful experience which I’ll hold close to my heart and take it out on rainy days. Transcendental. If you’re reading this you’re wondering whether you should spend $55 on it but once you hear it like this you’ll come to a realization much like I did that pricing it at $55 was a misprint — as you would gladly spend $100 on it.

Top Notch

posted on 03/10/2017
5 Stars
Read the reviews, bought the vinyl. Absolutely amazing sound, didn't disappoint. Will be purchasing more QPR in the future.

The definitive release

posted on 09/26/2014
5 Stars
I love the counting crows and this album in particular along with across a wire. This is the best you will ever hear this album with the SACD a close second. Played next to the 24/192 Geffen release the Analogue Productions is clearly superior

Got me all emotional

posted on 06/01/2014
5 Stars
Reviewer: Rick Turner
I'm normally pretty articulate but after hearing this I'm at a loss for words. Likely because these guys are one of my favorites and I have NEVER heard them quite like this. The details and clarity in vocals, and guitar were things I had never heard before. Keep in mind, I don't have an audiophile grade system either, but it is respectable. If you are a fan, this is without question money well spent. If your not a big fan, this might change your mind.

my skip button doesn't work :(

posted on 04/05/2014
4 Stars
oh, that's right, this is an lp.

while the sonics are very good, they aren't jaw-droppingly good. and for me, it's the only thing that could save this album, being only a casual 'fan' of the 3 radio friendly hits.

Just click add to cart

posted on 08/26/2013
5 Stars
Reviewer: Andrew
Sincerely agree with other reviews about the quality of this pressing and it being like hearing for the first time.


posted on 03/09/2013
5 Stars
Reviewer: Darryl
This was Counting Crows great debut album, I have played the CD many times over as their were so many excellent songs, but now hearing this on vinyl is simply stunning. This is as good of quailty pressing on Vinyl as any I have had the pleasure of listening to. Sit back, relax and enjoy, as this is as good as it gets sometimes.

Over the Top Awesome

posted on 01/27/2013
5 Stars
Perfect vinyl; dead quiet, tight and fast... beautifully mastered. The music just sucks you in to an amazing debut album. When will see more Crows done this well on vinyl?

A masterpiece!

posted on 01/25/2013
5 Stars
Reviewer: Veganpunk
Album Tracks Review: If you haven't heard this album by now, shame on you. 90% of my musical tastes is punk rock, but I've always had a soft spot for the Crows. August is by far their best. You can feel and hear every emotion of Adam during tracks like Anna Begins, A Murder of One, and Rain King. Then there are the amazing singles. Round Here alone makes owning this a must. There is not one bad song on this record.

This Version of Album Review: Like the other reviewer said, hearing this pressing of August sounds like listening to the album for the first time. Very natural sounding, like the band is playing in your living room. I'm very impressed with the treatment that was given to this album, and hope they do the same for the following records. There's not many albums I'd pay 50 dollars for, but this record was a must, and I'm completely satisfied with the purchase.

Must own for even the casual fan.

posted on 01/04/2013
5 Stars
Reviewer: Marc
This is one of those albums I've gone back to time and again and I'm always pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoy it. This new pressing is a revelation. It's warmth and clarity give the music a new dimension. Quality records has never disappointed and I consider them the new standard in audiophile pressings. Bravo!

Counting Crows

posted on 12/25/2012
5 Stars
Agree with previous reviewer. It's like hearing it for the first time. Outstanding.

Sonic bliss

posted on 12/14/2012
5 Stars
Reviewer: Carey Murdock
I decided several months ago I was going to go back to vinyl and combat sitting at my computer and listening to compressed music from my favorite artists. The purchase of this album makes me feel I've finally reached the pinnacle of my decision. This was always one of my favorite albums but hearing this version is like rediscovering what I've been missing all these years. The blending of acoustic guitars, mandolins, organs, slightly overdriven electric guitars and Adam Duritz's voice and bass is intoxicating. You actually hear the rawness of the Counting Crows in this album. But it's still polished and extraordinary. When I put on albums following a listening of this album, they seem flat and without dimension in comparison. This is a triumph of sound and artistry. I listen to this album and I hear memories of great music from the era. I'd love to hear what you guys could do to Dave Matthews 'Under the Table and Dreaming' from the same era by applying the same treatment to that album.

astoundingly good

posted on 11/09/2012
5 Stars
Reviewer: Andy
I am very familiar with this album. I got this album on cassette tape when I was very young. I then purchased it on CD as well later on. I have listened to both formats of this album many times over the years. This pressing from QRP is scary good and the best version I have ever heard.. Like the other review said, It was like hearing this album for the first time all over again. You will hear small things in the music that you never noticed before, even on the songs you thought you knew so well. If you are a fan of counting crows, you NEED this album. Well worth the price. I hope Analogue Productions continues to release more 90's rock. This is awesome.


posted on 10/28/2012
5 Stars
Reviewer: Scott
I've listened to the CD for years and listening to this record was like hearing the album for the first time. This is the reissue of the year for me. If you're a fan of this album then this is the version to own.

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