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Bill Inglot: An Analog Heart In A Digital Domain

Tom Graves, Rock & Roll Disc, August 1991

THE NAME Bill Inglot became synonymous with the CD medium in the earliest days of the new digital technology. Working most often with Rhino Records, a label devoted almost exclusively to reissues, Inglot built a reputation for clean, uncluttered sonic detailing and a more "contemporary" approach to CD remastering than other record labels.

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