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These Audiophile 180 Gram Limited Edition, High-Definition Virgin Vinyl Pressings are the nicest thing you can do for your stylus and ears. These are the ultimate, superior fidelity records giving you the experience of listening to music the way it was meant to be heard. The Music simply erupts out of total silence from these thick 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl discs with the velvety smoothness, spaciousness, and ultra High-Resolution that stuns even the most committed CD die-hard.

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"Jeff Buckley, Mystery White Boy - 180 Gram Double LP"

JEFF BUCKLEY - MYSTERY WHITE BOY - DOUBLE LIMITED EDITION 180 GRAM LP SET. Limited Edition Simply Vinyl classic analog LP (made in England - has the best protective packaging I've seen) high-definition Virgin Vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. THIS WAS THE 1ST EDITION PRESSING EVER IN HEAVY 180 GRAM VINYL. MYSTERY WHITE BOY - Mystery White Boy, culled from Jeff Buckley's eight-month world tour of the same name, is not just another live album blighted by whoops and catcalls. Such was the reverence granted the ill-starred singer-songwriter's electrifying confessionals that hardly a whimper issues from the audience in 78 minutes--not, at least, until each gargantuan heart-and-soul epic ends. Buckley treated music like it was Shakespearean tragedy, and that grandiosity makes the live "Grace" and "Mojo Pin" at least the equal of their recorded counterparts. The gems, though, are the cover versions found here--especially a closing nine-minute rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" that lurches into a whispered chorus of the Smiths' "I Know It's Over." Ultimately, this posthumous collection is utterly captivating. Track Listings 1. Dream Brother 2. I Woke Up in a Strange Place 3. Mojo Pin 4. Lilac Wine - Jeff Buckley, Shelton, James Alan 5. What Will You Say 6. Last Goodbye 7. Eternal Life 8. Grace 9. Moodswing Whiskey 10. The Man That Got Away - Jeff Buckley, Arlen, Harold 11. Kanga Roo - Jeff Buckley, Chilton, A. 12. Hallelujah/I Know It's Over - Jeff Buckley, Cohen, Leonard
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"Jefferson Airplane, After Bathing at Baxters - 180 Gram - Mono - CURRENTLY SOLD OUT"

JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - AFTER BATHING AT BAXTER'S - Mono 180 Gram Limited Edition classic LP high-definition Virgin Vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and your ears. . The ultimate record -- the way music was meant to be heard and of superior quality for any Audiophile. Track Listings: 1. The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil 2. A Small Package of Value Will Come to You, Shortly 3. Young Girl Sunday Blues 4. Martha 5. Wild Tyme 6. The Last Wall of the Castle 7. Rejoyce 8. Watch Her Ride 9. Spare Change 10. Two Heads 11. Won't You Try Saturday Afternoon
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"Jefferson Airplane, Surrealistic Pillow (Mono) 180 Gram"

Classic Analog LP MONO Pressing "Heavy Quality Sleeve" Tracks Include: "She Has Funny Cars" "Somebody To Love" "My Best Friend" "Today" "Comin' Back To Me" "3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds" "D.C.B.A.-25" "How Do You Feel" "Embryonic Journey" "White Rabbit" "Plastic Fantastic Lover"
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"Jefferson Airplane, Takes Off - 180 Gram - Mono"

JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - TAKES OFF- THEIR DEBUTLP IN Mono 180 Gram Limited Edition classic LP high-definition Virgin Vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. COLLECTORS NOTE: THESE ARE SUNDAZED 1ST EDITION HEAVY VINYL 180 GRAM LP'S WITH ORIGINAL STICKERS. SUNDAZED RECORDS IN THESE LIMITED EDITION 180 GRAM WEIGHTS ARE NOW IN THE 150 GRAM WEIGHT IN THEIR 2ND GENERATION PRESSINGS. THESE ORIGINAL 180 GRAM PRESSING WILL BE WHAT COLLECTORS SEEK AND YOU SHOULD NOT MISS OUT ON THESE 1ST EDITIONS. This is our last of these limited edition 180 gram pressings. Don't miss out on the rare heavy vinyl 180 gram pressing. Jefferson Airplane's "Jet Age Sound" reverberated throughout the ballrooms of San Francisco in 1966. Here, for the first time in nearly four decades, is their stratosphere-shaking debut album in its original uncensored form, taken from the original RCA Victor mono masters. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listings 1. Blues From an Airplane 2. Let Me In 3. Bringing Me Down 4. It's No Secret 5. Tobacco Road 6. Runnin' 'Round This World 7. Come up the Years 8. Run Around 9. Let's Get Together 10. Don't Slip Away 11. Chauffeur Blues 12. And I Like It This MONO reissue was re-mastered from the Original Analog Tape, unearths hidden details you have never heard before.
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"Jefferson Airplane, Through The Looking Glass (2 LPs)"

180 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. Tracks Include: "Night Flyn' Bird" "Today" "She Has Funny Cars" "Don't Slip Away" 'Plastic Fantastic Lover" "3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds" "Ride".
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"Jefferson Airplane, Volunteers - Last Copy"

180 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. Tracks Include: "We Can be Together" "Good Shepard" "The Farm" "Hey Frederick" SIDE TWO: "Turn My Life Down" "Wooden Ships" "Eskimo Blue Day" "A Song for All Seasons" "Meadowlands" "Volunteers"
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"Jethro Tull, Aqualung - 180 Gram"

JETHRO TULL: AQUALUNG - 180 GRAM HEAVY VINYL LIMITED EDITION LP - This 180 Gram Heavy Vinyl LP has been critically acclaimed as the finest and quietest ever produced of this TULL recording. It is a new listening experience that will virtually make you feel as if you were in the studio with the band. This newest Aqualung is the definitive version and if you love this record, it's worth the money. You will hear musical details and colors not previously revealed on any other version and Mr. Anderson's vocals will literally be in your lap, they are so purely and intimately rendered on Bellman's cut. On no other version do the acoustic guitars have both believable attack and sustain. The ultra-classic Aqualung cut from the original analog master tapes and pressed on 180-gram vinyl at RTI. The release features, for the first time since the original Chrysalis release, an authentic linen textured gatefold jacket and original label art. Really, does it get any better? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listings 1. Aqualung 2. Cross-Eyed Mary 3. Cheap Day Return 4. Mother Goose 5. Wond'ring Aloud 6. Up To Me 7. My God 8. Hymn 43 9. Slipstream 10. Locomotive Breath 11. Wind-Up
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"Jethro Tull, This Was - 180 Gram - U.K. Pressing

JETHRO TULL - THIS WAS - THE MILLENNIUM VINYL COLLECTION SERIES - MORE THEN A DECADE OUT OF PRINT PRESSED IN THE U.K. is 180 Gram Heavy Vinyl Limited Edition pressing. ORIGINAL PACKAGING - AUDIOPHILE PRESSING - HEAVY QUALITY SLEEVES - ANALOGUE CUTTING FROM ANALOGUE TAPES COLLECTORS NOTE: THIS LIMITED EDITION REMASTERED ORIGINAL PACKAGING 180 GRAM PRESSING WAS APART OF THE 1999 MILLENNIUM SERIES THAT HAS NOW BEEN OUT OF PRINT FOR OVER A DECADE NOW. MYMUSICFIX HAS SEARCHED ALL AUDIOPHILE SITES AND THIS IS THE LOWEST COLLECTORS PRICE IN THE WORLD FOR A STILL SEALED COPY IN COLLECTORS CONDITION WITH NO STORES STICKERS EVER ATTACHED. YOU WILL BE ONE OF THE LAST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD TO OWN THIS 1ST EDITION 180 GRAM PRESSING OF THIS TITLE. 1. My Sunday Feeling 2. Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You 3. Beggar's Farm 4. Move On Alone 5. Serenade To A Cuckoo 6. Dharma For One 7. It's Breaking Me Up 8. Cat's Squirrel 9. Song For Jeffrey 10. Round Debut albums are often the stuff of great discussion and controversy In the case of "This Was", Jethro Tull appeared on the music scene largely unheralded. Perhaps part of the reason was the many of the songs were strongly blues influenced and appeared at a time when blues were making a musical comeback, thus becoming somewhat lost in the flood of other music. It's also possible that the broad variation of musical styles, a characteristic of Tull throughout their history, made the album difficult to classify, and rather than deal with a group that fit no single category, reviews were lukewarm. Current reviews hail "This Was" for its creativity and for the eclectic collection of music that defied 1968 conventions. This album remains unusual, even considering all the albums that have been released since 1968. There are strong blues songs, Ian's rock/jazz/blues style of playing a flute, and flavors of rock and folk; clearly not a concept album, but a group of guys getting together and throwing what they had, which was very good, onto an album. The album kicks off with "My Sunday Feeling", a lament about the after effects of Saturday night. The flute in this song modifies the blues-rock guitar riffs and drums to provide a jazz twist. Ian's vocals could similarly be either blues or jazz. Regardless of how you classify the song, it's heartfelt and creative. "Some Day the Sun Won't Shine for You" is all blues, with an acoustic guitar and harmonica flavoring the song from the outset. The vocals have a classic blues sound to them that fit well with the acoustic instruments; a mellow breakup song advising the ex-girlfriend that some day she'll have a bad day. "Beggar's Farm" begins with a repetitive series of blues-flavored rock notes. During the bridge the electric guitar and flute increase the blues flavor substantially. The theme here is a significant other with an outside relationship. The song advises her that she's going down in a bad way, and one day she'll end up on the beggar's farm, where perhaps he will see her (if she asks him nicely). It seems that Ian Anderson and Mick Abrahams were feeling down while writing these songs, as the next song, "Move on Alone", seems to indicate. Here the girlfriend has gone, and he's trying to overcome his grief to get on with his life. The blues instrumentation in this song is jazz-flavored with brass. The next two songs are instrumentals. The first, "Serenade for Cuckoo", sounds like a piece for a jazz combo, with Ian's flute providing a substitute for a horn. The lead guitar is playing blues, with mellow riffs. A very laidback piece. "Dharma for One" follows with a faster beat. While blues flavor this song as well, it is rock at heart. You can even hear elements of progressive rock in this song, including a portion that sounded to me a little like some of King Crimson's later style. The only strange thing about this instrumental is a drum solo that may have been a bit of 1968 experimentation on Jethro Tull's part. The next song is "It's Breaking Me Up", where the group moves into solid blues. This song joins the second track as the two most solidly blues songs on this CD. Ian plays the harmonica like a veteran blues man, and you might think you were in a New Orleans blues bar instead of listening to Jethro Tull. We jump from a classic blues song to a nearly psychedelic instrumental, "Cat's Squirrel". Each time I hear this piece I am reminded of early Black Sabbath. For much of the song the lead guitar and bass guitar pound out hard rock sounding riffs, and when the drums take off you could easily think you are listening to an early Black Sabbath recording; the heaviest cut on this LP. "A Song for Jeffrey" is the last song on the LP before the short instrumental "Round" (excluding the three relatively unnecessary "extra" tracks). Ian Anderson sings this song with a blues-like guttural vocal, yet the instrumentation backing Ian is rock, perhaps you could even consider this hard rock. "Round" finishes off the CD with a jazz sound, combining piano, drums and flute. The piece is short and to the point. There is a quote on the liner for this LP that states "'This Was' how we were playing then - but things change." Little did anyone realize how true that quote was when Jethro Tull was soon to release "Aqualung" and "Thick as a Brick", among others. More importantly, Jethro Tull was already experimenting with musical elements that would eventually be termed progressive, though this LP is more blues and jazz-flavored rock than progressive. Jethro Tull helped show the rest of the rock world that if you were brave, you could stretch the limits of what could fit onto a single album pretty far. This debut album helped define that this group had no definition, and has never needed one .
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Blues - Double 180 Gram - CURRENTLY SOLD OUT"

    JIMI HENDRIX - BLUES - Classic Pressing - DOUBLE 180 GRAM Gram Heavy Black Vinyl LP 1st Time ever pressed on audiophile vinyl. THIS WAS TREMENDOUSLY LIMITED ONE TIME 180 GRAM PRESSING THAT WENT IMMEDIATELY OUT OF PRINT AND PROBABLY THE MOST LIMITED PRESSING OF THIS SERIES. 180 GRAM CLASSIC RECORDS AUDIOPHILE SEALED LP - THIS 180 GRAM PRESSING WAS PROBABLY CLASSIC RECORDS MOST LIMITED PRESSING EVER. WHEN THE COST OF PETROLEUM WENT UP TO $150 A BARREL THE COST OF PRODUCING VINYL IN 200 GRAM WEIGHTS WAS JUST TOO EXPENSIVE . SO FOR A LIMITED RUN CLASSIC RECORDS WENT TO PRESSING VINYL IN 180 GRAM WEIGHTS. THEN WHEN OIL DROPPED TO $50 A BARREL THE 200 GRAM WEIGHTS CAME BACK. THESE 180 GRAM PRESSINGS IF YOU CAN FIND ONE HAD A TREMENDOUSLY SHORT RUN AND MOST WERE ONLY PRESSED IN A FEW HUNDRED PIECES. A COLLECTORS LIMITED EDITION DREAM. ESPECIALLY SINCE CLASSIC RECORDS NOW HAS MOST OF ITS PREVIOUS TITLES OUT OF PRINT. THIS IS OUR ONE & ONLY COPY AND GONE FOREVER. BLUES is a perfect example, making the case that -- on top of everything else -- Jimi Hendrix was one fine blues guitarist. Combining the fluid lines of B.B. King with the spikiness of Hubert Sumlin and the crying tone of Elmore James, Hendrix manages to both honor the music tradition while remaining uniquely himself. This is an excellent blues collection throughout. On top of this, I don't think any of this material is available anywhere else. Jimi Hendrix had many talents and could play in many different styles. He is as good a blues player as he is anything else. Here he takes blues standards and updates them in his own style. This material wasn't originally intended for commercial release, but has been remastered well enough to make an amazing LP. While Hendrix remains most famous for his hard rock and psychedelic innovations, more than a third of his recordings were blues-oriented. This LP contains 11 blues originals and covers, eight of which were previously unreleased. Recorded between 1966 and 1970, they feature the master guitarist stretching the boundaries of electric blues in both live and studio settings. Besides several Hendrix blues-based originals, it includes covers of Albert King and Muddy Waters classics, as well as a 1967 acoustic version of his composition "Hear My Train A-Comin'." - Richie Unterberger -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listings 1. Hear My Train A Comin' (Acoustic) 2. Born Under A Bad Sign 3. Red House 4. Catfish Blues 5. Voodoo Chile Blues 6. Mannish Boy 7. Once I Had A Woman 8. Bleeding Heart 9. Jam 10. Electric Church Red House 11. Hear My Train A Comin' (electric)
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Live At The Isle of Wight - Blue Wild Angel - 180 Gram 3 LP Set #d

    JIMI HENDRIX - BLUE WILD ANGEL - LIVE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT - MCA 3-LP Set is a piece of musical audiophile history of this classic recording. The authorized Hendrix Family Edition - Numbered Limited Edition 180 Gram Triple LP Set (Only Vinyl Pressing ever) - 18 songs - entire 120 minute concert - Includes 6 Rare unreleased performances - Features Full Color Booklet with rare photos and Liner Notes Jimi Hendrix' ISLE OF WIGHT concert of August 1970 was a historic occasion, it being his last major performance before his untimely death. He had returned to the country where he had skyrocketed to fame and gave his first performance in almost two years when he headlined the ISLE OF WIGHT Festival. Less than three weeks later, he would be dead. As such, it has acquired a mythic status over time. This triple LP Set marks the first complete release of Hendrix's set at the Festival, a warts-and-all recording that reveals a guitar legend in good humor, yet restlessly exploring the broader musical directions he'd just laid down on sessions for what would become FIRST RAYS OF THE NEW RISING SUN (initially released posthumously as FREEDOM). Backed by EXPERIENCE drummer Mitch Mitchell and BAND OF GYPSIES Bassist Billy Cox, Hendrix ranges from the improvisatory cacophony of "Machine Gun" and re-workings of his standard blues workouts "Red House" and "Hey Joe" to renditions of "Dolly Dagger," "Ezy Rider," "Freedom," and "Hey Baby" that trade on the more rhythmic R&B and jazz influences he'd diligently worked into his music. At times jagged, and straining the limitations of the trio format (Hendrix had publicly mused about working with a big band shortly before his death), it is nonetheless a passionate, intriguing clue as to Hendrix's true ambitions and potential beyond his initial hype and stardom.
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Live At The L'Olympia Paris Jan.29,1968 - Last Copy" - Product Image
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Live At The L'Olympia Paris Jan.29,1968 - Last Copy"

    180 Gram Limited Edition Picture Disc(Only 1000 Pressed). Tracks Include: "Killing Floor" "Experience The Blues" "Foxy Lady" "Red House" "Driving South" "The Wind Cries Mary" "Fire" "Little Wing" "Purple Haze."
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Live At The L.A. Forum Concert Vol 1 v- Last Copy"

    180 Gram Limited Edition Vinyl Picture Disc. Tracks Include: "Intro" "Tax Free" "Foxy Lady" "Red House" "Spanish Castle Magic."
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Live At The L.A. Forum Concert Vol 2"

    180 Gram Limited Edition Vinyl Picture Disc. "Star Spangled Banner" "Purple Haze" "I Don't Live Today" "Voodoo Chile" "Sunshine Of Your Love" "Voodoo Chile(reprise)."
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    JIMI HENDRIX - LIVE IN COPENHAGEN - FACTORY SEALED 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION OUT OF PRINT PRESSING - LOW NUMBERED 131. Individually Numbered Limited Edition of 3,000 Pressings JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE Live In Copenhagen featuring a collection of live recordings made between January 1968 and September 1970 [just 2 weeks before Jimi's tragic death], Tracks: 7 Length: 00:51:16 Hrs Label: Radioactive [UK] 1. Catfish Blues - Recorded at the Tivolis Koncertsal, 7 January 1968 2. Tax Free - Recorded at the Falkoner Centret, 10 January 1969 3. Fire - Recorded at the Falkoner Centret, 10 January 1969 4. Voodoo Child - Recorded at the Falkoner Centret 5. Foxy Lady - Recorded at the Falkoner Centret, 10 January 1969 6. Spanish Castle Magic - Recorded at the Falkoner Centret, 10 January 1969 7. Freedom - Recorded at the K.B. Hallen, 3 September 1970
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Martin Scorsese's The Blues (Blue Vinyl) - Out of Print 180g"

    JIMI HENDRIX - MARTIN SCORCESE PRESENTS THE BLUES FACTORY SEALED 180 Gram Double LP in Blue Vinyl SET. IN THE ORIGINAL FULLY SEALED CLASSIC RECORDS PACKAGING WITH THE LIMITED EDITION BLUE VINYL STICKER ON THE FRONT. NOW TREMENDOUSLY RARE -THIS ITEM IS FACTORY SEALED THE PICTURE IS JUST TO SHOW WHAT THE BLUE VINYL LOOKS LIKE INSIDE THE SEALED TITLE. This is ONE of only a 1,000 copies ever pressed in this Limited Edition 180 Gram Blue Vinyl Analog Masterpiece and Out of Print with the only distributor that had any inventory is now totally depleted of this pressing. This will be one of the last listing ever on this title at this price. Don't Miss Out. "Classic Quiex SV - Super Vinyl" is a new vinyl formulation noticeably superior to all previous vinyl formulas used. The music on records made using Classic Quiex SV is more detailed, has richer harmonics and a more precise soundstage presentation Quiex SV is used exclusively and will have a sticker that identifies them as such.... This Heavy Vinyl LP has been critically acclaimed as the finest and quietest ever produced. It is a new listening experience that will virtually make you feel as if you were in the studio with the band. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and ears. So, sit back, relax, enjoy the music, and remember the sound. As part of the numerous compilations issued in conjunction with the major television documentary series The Blues, this is a collection of blues-oriented Hendrix recordings. There is a previous compilation of Hendrix's blues-oriented work in 1994, simply titled Blues. There is little repetition between Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues and Blues, though, and it works as a decent grouping of some of his bluesiest recordings for those listeners who want to plunge especially deeply into one facet of his repertoire. "Red House" and "Voodoo Chile" are by far the most celebrated tracks here. The fine Earl King cover "Come On (Let the Good Times Roll)" (from Electric Ladyland) is the only other song that came out in Hendrix's lifetime The other selections vary from inspired ("Hear My Train a Comin'," recorded in early 1969 with the original Jimi Hendrix Experience lineup, and a solo "Midnight Lightning") to straight ahead jams, with Hendrix's imaginative virtuosity and affinity for the blues evident. This being a posthumous Hendrix release, it couldn't be complete without a couple of previously unissued tracks to tempt the completists, Those are the 1969 outtakes "Georgia Blues," on which Hendrix is actually more like a backing musician for Lonnie Youngblood (who takes lead vocals), and "Blue Window," a nearly 13-minute outing that gives vent to his jazzier tendencies, the arrangement also featuring organ, three saxophones, and two trumpets. The liner notes about Jimi's blues record collecting habits by mid-'60s girlfriend Faye Pridgon are pretty cool. A must for Hendrix LP lovers.
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Studio Out-Takes Volume 1 1966 to 1968 - 180 Gram Limited Edition" - Product Image
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Studio Out-Takes Volume 1 1966 to 1968 - 180 Gram Limited Edition"

    JIMI HENDRIX - STUDIO OUT-TAKES...VOLUME 1 1966 - 1968 - FACTORY SEALED 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION OUT OF PRINT PRESSING - THIS IS OUR LAST COPY FOREVER. Individually Numbered Limited Edition of 3,000 Pressings The tracks assembled for this, the first volume in a 3-volume set of rare Jimi Hendrix studio out-takes, are from 1966 to 1968 comprised of forgotten versions, forgotten songs and recordings that were found in studios, lofts, garages and basements. The false starts and abrupt endings are all part of the experience; the magic moments that provide a unique insight into one of rock's true sonic explorers. This is Jimi Hendrix in the studio, working behind closed doors on works in progress. Side 1: 1. Voodoo Chile - Originally recorded at the Record Plant in New York in May 1968 during an ABC-TV filming of a feature on Hendrix that included interviews with Michael Jeffrey, Chas Chandler and Eddie Kramer. This version has studio effects that were added later. 2. La Poupee Qui Fait Non (previously unreleased) - An unfinished instrumental track recorded at an unknown studio (probably De Lane Lea in London) with The Experience in March 1967. 3. One Rainy Wish - Recorded with The Experience at London's Olympic studio in October 1967. An alternate mix to the version found on Axis Bold As Love with additional guitar. 4. Angel - An early version of one of Hendrix's most haunting ballads beautifully recorded at his flat in the spring of 1968. The sound quality is fantastic. 5. Look Over Yonder - Originally called Mr. Bad Luck, this is an early alternate version recorded at Olympic Studios on May 1967 with The Experience. One of the earliest Hendrix-penned songs. Side 2: 1. 51st Anniversary - From January 1967, this alternative version was recorded with The Experience at De Lane Lea studios. This was the first Experience recording to feature over-dubs instead of retakes. There are at least 5 guitar over-dubs on this version. 2. Can You See Me - Another alternate version recorded at De Lane Lea in November 1966 with The Experience. This is a rough recording done during time remaining at the end of a session. The over-dubs were added later. 3. Cat Talkin' To Me - Recorded at Olympic Studios in January 1968. The original version was recorded the previous year and featured Mitch Mitchell on vocals. 4. Red Houses takes 1 - 4 - Alternate takes from a recording session at De Lane Lea studios in March 1967. The original version from the previous December appeared on Are You Experienced. The four takes are continuous, which, along with the banter between Hendrix and Chas Chandler in the Control Room, creates a truly involving atmosphere. These particular versions were never used due to the missed notes from both Hendrix and Noel Redding. 5. Fire - Instrumental backing track recorded at Olympic studios in February 1967 with over-dubs added during later sessions in March and April.
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Studio Out-takes Volume 1, 1966-1958 (picture disc) - Last Copy" - Product Image
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Studio Out-takes Volume 1, 1966-1958 (picture disc) - Last Copy"

    JIMI HENDRIX - STUDIO OUT-TAKES...VOLUME 1 1966 - 1968 A PICTURE DISC Numbered Limited Edition - 180 Gram LP - 3,000 Pressings The tracks assembled for this, the first volume in a 3-volume set of rare Jimi Hendrix studio out-takes, are from 1966 to 1968 comprised of forgotten versions, forgotten songs and recordings that were found in studios, lofts, garages and basements. The false starts and abrupt endings are all part of the experience; the magic moments that provide a unique insight into one of rock's true sonic explorers. This is Jimi Hendrix in the studio, working behind closed doors on works in progress. Side 1: 1. Voodoo Chile - Originally recorded at the Record Plant in New York in May 1968 during an ABC-TV filming of a feature on Hendrix that included interviews with Michael Jeffrey, Chas Chandler and Eddie Kramer. This version has studio effects that were added later. 2. La Poupee Qui Fait Non (previously unreleased) - An unfinished instrumental track recorded at an unknown studio (probably De Lane Lea in London) with The Experience in March 1967. 3. One Rainy Wish - Recorded with The Experience at London's Olympic studio in October 1967. An alternate mix to the version found on Axis Bold As Love with additional guitar. 4. Angel - An early version of one of Hendrix's most haunting ballads beautifully recorded at his flat in the spring of 1968. The sound quality is fantastic. 5. Look Over Yonder - Originally called Mr. Bad Luck, this is an early alternate version recorded at Olympic Studios on May 1967 with The Experience. One of the earliest Hendrix-penned songs. Side 2: 1. 51st Anniversary - From January 1967, this alternative version was recorded with The Experience at De Lane Lea studios. This was the first Experience recording to feature over-dubs instead of retakes. There are at least 5 guitar over-dubs on this version. 2. Can You See Me - Another alternate version recorded at De Lane Lea in November 1966 with The Experience. This is a rough recording done during time remaining at the end of a session. The over-dubs were added later. 3. Cat Talkin' To Me - Recorded at Olympic Studios in January 1968. The original version was recorded the previous year and featured Mitch Mitchell on vocals. 4. Red Houses takes 1 - 4 - Alternate takes from a recording session at De Lane Lea studios in March 1967. The original version from the previous December appeared on Are You Experienced. The four takes are continuous, which, along with the banter between Hendrix and Chas Chandler in the Control Room, creates a truly involving atmosphere. These particular versions were never used due to the missed notes from both Hendrix and Noel Redding. 5. Fire - Instrumental backing track recorded at Olympic studios in February 1967 with over-dubs added during later sessions in March and April.
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Studio Out-takes Volume 2, 1969 (picture disc) - Last Copy"

    JIMI HENDRIX - STUDIO OUT-TAKES...VOLUME 2 1969 A Numbered Limited Edition - 180 Gram LP - 3,000 Pressings ONLY The tracks assembled for this, the second volume in a 3-volume set of rare Jimi Hendrix studio out-takes, are from 1969 and show the artist in a state of musical transition. Again, the tracks are comprised of forgotten versions, forgotten songs and recordings that were found in studios, lofts, garages and basements. The false starts and abrupt endings are all part of the experience; the magic moments that provide a unique insight into one of rock's true sonic explorers. This is Jimi Hendrix in the studio, working behind closed doors on works in progress. Side 1: 1. Lover Man - From a session in Studio B at Olympic Studios on February 16, 1969 with The Experience. The band had not recorded at Olympic for about a year and this particular session was not overseen by Chas Chandler. The band's January tour had showed the first cracks in the harmony of The Experience with Hendrix and Redding I particular not seeing eye to eye. Although Hendrix was determined to do some studio recordings while the band prepared for the Albert Hall Concerts, the general disagreements, a small and unfamiliar studio and Hendrix's bad moods, much of the material from the sessions was discarded.l 2. Instrumental Jam - A short, unreleased jam session recorded at Olmstead Studio in New York on April 4, 1969 with The Experience that was part of three reels of jams based loosely on Midnight/Trash Man. 3. Izabella - An alternate version (one of 20 takes), this one with percussion, possibly featuring Billy Rich on bass. A basic track recorded at the Record Plant on November 21 with the Band of Gypsies and new engineer, Tony Bongiovi. 4. Ezy Rider take #1 - Early alternate version recorded at Record Plant in New York December, 1969 with original lyric. Originally Ezy Ryder was a series of different patterns that finally merged into one song. 5. Larry Young Jam - Recorded at the Record plant with Billy Cox and Larry Young in May, 1969, the full take lasts for over 13 minutes. Side 2: 1. Stepping Stone - Recorded at the Record Plant on September 24, 1969 with Billy Cox, Mitch Mitchell, Larry Lee, Juma Sultan and Jerry Velez. This is one of seven takes recorded without a bass player. 2. It's Too Bad - Edited version of part of the session with organist Larry Young and Buddy Miles that was recorded in February 1969 at the Record Plant. This particular version is unreleased, although a different mix was included in The Experience Box Set. 3. World Traveller - Another track from the session with organist Larry Young and Buddy Miles
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    "Jimi Hendrix, Studio Out-Takes, #89 - Volume 3 1969-1970 - 180 Gram"

    JIMI HENDRIX - STUDIO OUT-TAKES...VOLUME 3 1969 - 1970 A Numbered Limited Edition #89 - 180 Gram LP - 3,000 Pressings This Heavy Vinyl LP is a listening experience that will virtually make you feel as if you were in the studio with the band. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and ears. This, the third of the 3-volume series of rare Jimi Hendrix studio out-takes, finds the guitarist back in America and recording at Electric Ladyland and The Record Plant. We are again invited to follow Hendrix as he endeavors to fashion loose musical ideas into developed songs or frameworks for his electrifying live jams. These tracks very much reflect the artist at work in the studio, and is yet another illuminating glimpse into the creative process of probably the greatest guitarist of our time. Side 1: 1. Valleys of Neptune - recorded at the same session as Freedom, this instrumental starts out as if it's destined to become a great track until Hendrix playing blithely away admits half way through that he hadn't thought up an ending yet. 2. Freedom - This alternate version featuring a different set of lyrics, is one of 19 takes recorded with Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell at The Record Plant in 1970. 3. Bleeding Heart - Originally recorded in March 1970 at The Record Plant with an un-named drummer and no bass player. The over-dubs, with Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox and Juma Sultan were added later. This is an alternate mix of an unused take. This sound on this track is particularly good. 4. Midnight Lightning Jam - From the July 14, 1970 Electric Ladyland sessions with Billy Cox, Mitch Mitchell and Juma Sultan. This is very much a work in progress which becomes more than apparent as the track unravels after a few minutes which is most unfortunate as what we do get to hear sounds terrific. 5. Drifters Escape - A basic track recorded at Electric Ladyland on June 17, 1970 with Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox. This version, which sounds absolutely superb, has three lead guitar parts. 6. Send My Love To Linda - Another track recorded during many sessions at The Record Plant, this one having taken place on January 16, 1970. This is the second take of a new song that unfortunately was never completed. Side 2: 1. Astro Man - Instrumental backing track (take 7) recorded in June 1970 at Electric Ladyland with Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox and Juma Sultan. Different versions appear on First Rays Of The New Rising Sun and in the Experience Hendrix Box Set. 2. Lover Man - A track from May 1970 recorded at The Record Plant. Previously unreleased until two alternate versions (one recorded at Olympic and a later one at Electric Ladyland) were included in the Experience Hendrix Box Set. 3. Earth Blues - Recorded at The Record Plant in December 1969 with Juma Sultan, The Band of Gypsies and The Ronnettes, this alternate mix is one of 16 takes and features totally different guitar parts. 4. Room Full of Mirrors - Recorded with The Band of Gypsies and with the Ghetto Fighters (Hendrix's long-time friends Arthur and Albert Allen) on backing vocals on November 17, 1969 at The Record Plant. This version is an alternate unused mix with extra guitar parts. Hendrix was constantly searching for a unique sound and this, coupled with the fact that he disliked the sound of his own voice, meant that many versions were rejected, much to the amazement and frustration of engineers Tony Bongiovi and Tommy Erdelyi.
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    "Jimi Hendrix, The Rainbow Bridge Concert - The Late Show Vol. 2 - #d 180 Gram"

    JIMI HENDRIX - THE RAINBOW BRIDGE CONCERT - THE LATE SHOW Analogue Pressing - Numbered - Limited Edition Pressing of 5,000 pieces - 180 Gram Heavy Vinyl LP - On July 30, 1970, an audience of around 400 were privileged to attend two impromptu performances by the world's greatest rock guitarist, Jimi Hendrix. This album, featuring the second of Hendrix's performances at Rainbow Ridge (ChuckWein, director the Rainbow Bridge movie commented "even though it was called Rainbow Bridge, it was known as Rainbow Ridge, because that's the name of the ridge on which the concert was held"), provides us with a glimpse of what future recordings might have been like had he lived, as well as what Jimi was truly capable of on stage. The film eventually featured only a small amount of live footage, and the '70s soundtrack actually included no music from the concert at all. Available for the first time in 32 years, this is the complete performance of the second of the two concerts, both of which feature Jimi at the peak of his incredible powers. Tracks include: Dolly Dagger - Instrumental - Ezy Rider - Red House - Freedom - Jam Back At the House - Land of the New Rising Sun. Listen to tracks like Instrumental and Jam Back at the House, the latter containing a short sample from the song Straight Ahead (a track which would later appear on one of the many posthumous albums) woven in, as well as a stagger version of Red House which should be in any Hendrix fan's collection.
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    "Jimi Hendrix, The Rainbow Bridge Concert, The Early Show - #d 180 Gram"

    JIMI HENDRIX - THE RAINBOW BRIDGE CONCERT - THE EARLY SHOW Analogue Pressing - Numbered LPs - Limited Edition of 5,0000 pieces pressed - 180 Gram Heavy Vinyl LP - On July 30, 1970, an audience of around 400 were privileged to attend two impromptu performances by the worlds greatest rock guitarist, Jimi Hendrix. The movie Rainbow Bridge, directed by Chuck Wein, tracks the journey of one character across the Pacific to Maui, Hawaii, with Hendrix's music intended to serve as a back drop to the film and the awesome Hawaiian scenery. The film eventually featured only a small amount of live footage, and the 1970s soundtrack actually included no music from the concert at all. Available for the first time in 32 years, this is the complete performance of the first of the two concerts, both of which feature Jimi at the pea of his incredible powers. Tracks include: Lover Man - Hey Baby - In From the Storm - Message to Love - Foxy Lady - Hear My Train A Comin? - Voodoo Chile - Fire - Purple Haze.
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    "Jimmy McGriff, Let's Stay Together - 180 Gram Vinyl"

    180 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. A master of the Hammond Organ, Jimmy takes his own spin on classic soul tunes by artists such as Isaac Hayes & Al Green, and twists them to his own unique style that launched a new style of soul-funk. Tracks Include: "Let's Stay Together" "Tiki" "Theme from Shaft" "What's Going On" "Old Grand Dad" "Georgia on My Mind" "April in Paris"
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    "Jimmy Raney, Visits Paris"

    Audiophile 180 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. Tracks Include: "Jazzville Vol.1" "The Modern Art Of Jazz" "Let's Talk About Love" "The Modern Art Of Jazz (Vol.2)" "I'll Take Romance" "A Message From Garcia" "Jazzville Vol.2" "Les Jazz Modes" "The Kid From Denver" "Cohn On The Saxophone."
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    "Jimmy Rogers, Bluebird"

    180 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. Tracks Include: "I'm Tired Of Crying Over You" "Blue Bird" "Walkin' By Myself" "Rock Me" "I Lost A Good Woman" "Howlin' For My Darling" "Why Are You So Mean To Me" "Blues Falling" "Lemon Squeezer" "That Ain't It (Baby I Need Your Love)" "Smokestack Lighting" "Blue And Lonesome" "Big Boss Man."
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    "Jimmy Smith, Hoochie Cooche Man - 180 Gram"

    Jimmy Smith - HOOCHIE COOCHE MAN - FACTORY SEALED 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE PRESSING - OUT OF PRINT Jazz organist Jimmy Smith popularized the use of Hammond organ in jazz music and is credited with having invented the soul jazz style. Many of his albums are classics and his influence is omnipresent in the jazz world. For this 1966 release on Verve, Smith once again revisits classic blues tunes with his magic "Organ Grinder" touch, giving us memorable versions of "Hoochie Coochie Man," "Boom Boom" and "One Mint Julep." I'm Your Hoochie Cooche Man One Mint Julep Ain't That Just Like A Woman Boom Boom Blues And The Abstract Truth TNT Hi-Heel Sneakers
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