THIS SALE IS FOR: THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE ELECTRIC LADYLAND VINYL DOUBLE LP ALBUMRELEASED IN 1968 ON REPRISE RECORDS CAT #2 RS 6807 STEREO ORIGINAL PRESSING WITH REPRISE ORANGE AND TAN LABEL Tracklist ▼ A1 ... And The Gods Made Love A2 Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland) A3 Crosstown Traffic A4 Voodoo Chile Bass – Jack Cassidy * Organ – Stevie Winwood * B1 Little Miss Strange B2 Long Hot Summer Night Piano – Al Kooper B3 Come On (Part I) Written-By – Earl King B4 Gypsy Eyes B5 Burning Of The Midnight Lamp C1 Rainy Day, Dream Away Congas – Larry Faucette Drums – Buddy Miles Horn – Freddie Smith Organ – Mike Finnigan C2 1983....(A Merman I Should Turn To Be) Flute – Chris Wood (2) C3 Moon, Turn The Tides....Gently Gently Away D1 Still Raining, Still Dreaming Congas – Larry Faucette Drums – Buddy Miles Horn – Freddie Smith Organ – Mike Finnigan D2 House Burning Down D3 All Along The Watchtower Arranged By – Jimi Hendrix Written-By – Bob Dylan D4 Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Credits ▼ Art Direction – Ed Thrasher Engineer – Eddie Kramer , Gary Kellgren Liner Notes – Jimi Hendrix Photography [Back Cover Photo] – Karl Ferris Photography [Black-and-white Photos] – Linda Eastman Photography [Liner Photography In Part By] – David Sygall Producer, Directed By – Jimi Hendrix Written-By – Jimi Hendrix (tracks: A1 to A4, B2, B4 to D2, D4), Noel Redding (tracks: B1) Notes ▼
Recorded at The Record Plant, New YorkFirst Pressing with Warner 7Arts/Reprise 'disc' logo. Orange/Yellow two-tone labels.
(later issues have tan label & square red Reprise logo.) Released as a double album, Electric Ladyland is a cross-section of Hendrix's wide range of musical talent. It includes examples of several genres and styles of music: the psychedelic "Burning of the Midnight Lamp", previously a U.K. single in the summer of 1967; the extended blues jam "Voodoo Chile"; the New Orleans-style R&B of Earl King's "Come On"; the epic studio production of "1983...(A Mereman Should I Turn To Be"; the social commentary of "House Burning Down"; and the Sixties-era Britpop of Noel Redding's "Little Miss Strange". The album also features an electric reworking of the Bob Dylan classic "All Along The Watchtower", which has been well received by critics as well as by Dylan himself, and also "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)", a staple of both radio and guitar repertoire. THIS RECORD HAS BEEN VISUALLY INSPECTED AND P LAYED ON A DUAL 1264 TURNTABLE NOT ALL RECORDS PLAY THE SAME ON DIFFERENT TURNTABLES.
The vinyl is in good condition, G. Plays all the way through withlight to moderate background noise. Vinyl has light scuffs and scratches.Labels are in good condition with some spindle wear. 2 of the labels have stickers. Original inner sleeves good with split seams. Gatefold Cover is in fair to good condition, G . Color Graphics fair condition. Cover has rubbing ringware and scuffs There is tape on the back cover. Edges and Spine have rubbing and scuffs. There are split seams plus the top of one edge is completyely split. This cover is in very poor condition. We are Happy to Offer 1-Day Shipping and 14 Day Return. Return the Item Within 14 Days and Buyer Will Receive Full Refund for Original Amount of Item and Shipping. Buyer Pays Return Shipping. Winner Please Complete Transaction Within 4 Days. We Use PayPal. International Buyers please use calculated shipping prior to bidding. Winner May Request Insurance at an Additional Cost. We Are Happy to Combine Shipping on Multiple Items. Record Shipping Costs: For Domestic Buyers 1st Record is $4.00 and $1.00 for each Additional Record. International Buyers please inquire as to combined shipping rates prior to bidding. Usually about $2.50 for each additional record. !!! And Please Visit My Store for More Auctions.
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