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Electric Ladyland is arguably Jimi Hendrix’s most authentic and personal work, a realization of (as he said in an interview not long after the album’s release) music as “my personal diary—a release of all my inner feelings, aggression, tenderness, sympathy, everything.” To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the final album Hendrix issued during his lifetime, this transparent orange crush numbered vinyl 7” EP collects rare mono mixes of “Crosstown Traffic,” “Burning Of The Midnight Lamp” and “Gypsy Eyes” as featured on the original LP.
"Crosstown Traffic" "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" " Gypsy Eyes"
"Playing In The Band", recorded live at Edmundson Pavillion, Seattle, WA 5/21/74, is the longest uninterrupted Grateful Dead song ever recorded , clocking in at 47 minutes long! This will be released on a single disc (split across both sides) for Record Store Day Black Friday 2018.
"Playing In The Band"
In 1978, Keith Richards' first solo release was this holiday rock classic, on a 7" with "The Harder They Come" as the b-side. In 2007, Rudolph ran again with "Pressure Drop" as the b-side. This 40th anniversary red vinyl 12" celebrates the holidays and Keith Richards by putting both b-sides together.
Side A: Run Rudolph Run Side B: The Harder They Come and Pressure Drop
Originally released in April 1992, sandwiched between their first two albums (Pod and Last Splash), The Breeders' Safari EP cxame at a time when Kim's Pixies commitments were winding down and her new band was on the cusp of releasing a platinum-selling album. Their first record to feature Kim Deal's twin sister Kelley (and the only Breeders release with both Kelley Deal and Tanya Donnelly), the EP was recorded in two studios with the bulk coming from a session in New York, which provided an early version of "Do You Love Me Now?", "Don't Call Home" and a cover of The Who's "So Sad About Us". The title track was recorded in London by Kim, Josephine Wiggs and drummer Jon Mattock (Spiritualized/Spacemen3). This Record Store Day Black Friday release is a faithful repress of the 12" version, complete with Shinro Ohtake's 198 charcoal drawing Nairobi VIII adorning its cover.
"Do You Love Me Now?"/ "Don't Call Home"/ "Safari"/ "So Sad About Us"