Analog isn't the only thing, I would never get rid of my digital.
Digital can be enjoyable, even involving, terrific, however:
Digital is a broken chain, no matter how many links, how much you polish those broken links, Digital will/can NEVER be the unbroken chain analog is.
Analog is definitely higher noise, but, higher involvement, go figure.
I sum it up: Analog gets the overtones right, something digital loses along the way, despite the incredible sampling rates, ........
Track selection, replay, play lists, FREE, EASY: digital's the answer,
Experiencing the Artist's conceived presentation of their chosen play list, in the order presented, is a part of LP, (and Reel to Reel, 8 track, cassette, ...)
New LPs, or Used LP's in great shape sound terrific, any minimal noise disappears within the achieved involvement.
Old LP's, with their dust, scratches, clicks, pops, you won't play them, except to remember something.
Before CD, we trained our brains to filter out noise, hear the content. Noiseless forever digital was a dream, but turned out to be less than nirvana. We had to re-acquire the ability to filter the noise inherent in Analog, then, back to more immersive involvement.
R2R, TT, they need/take prime surface to operate them, and the content takes space. And $ to acquire content. R2R, TT, both systems require acquired skills to get their high potential.
And, let me add, amplification, it's the same, transistors were the instant on, less heat, more affordable dream, again, just not nirvana, not Analog like tube amplification is,
IF Analog LP, then Analog Tube Amps, therefore, start with efficient speakers so that power requirements are reduced.