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Jimi Hendrix Experience* - Hollywood Bowl August 18, 1967 (LP, Mono, 150) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Jimi Hendrix Experience* - Hollywood Bowl August 18, 1967 (LP, Mono, 150) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Experience Hendrix,Legacy,Sony Music

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Summary: Vinyl, LP1, Hollywood Bowl August 18, 1967, Jimi Hendrix Experience, The, 2023, Worldwide

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    Worldwide  
Released:  
10 Nov 2023
Genre:       Rock
Style:         Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock

Comments:
New, Sealed. 

Notes:

 

[Hype sticker:
"The Authorized Hendrix Family Edition
Never before released performance.
Deluxe 12-page booklet includes
unseen photographs and essay.
Pressed on 150-gram audiophile grade
vinyl by Record Industry.
Sourced from a newly discovered
two-track soundboard recording.
19658831551"

Made in The EU

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A3. Killing Floor
A4. The Wind Cries Mary
A5. Foxy Lady
A6. Catfish Blues
B1. Fire
B2. Like A Rolling Stone
B3. Purple Haze
B3. Wild Thing

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode 1 96588 31551 0
Barcode 196588315510
Other 19658831551
Label Code LC02361

Copyright (c) Experience Hendrix, L.L.C.
Phonographic Copyright (p) Experience Hendrix, L.L.C.
Distributed By Sony Music Entertainment
Pressed By Record Industry

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19658831551

Jimi Hendrix Experience: Hollywood Bowl August 18, 1967. This live concert performance, captured just five days before the US release of Are You Experienced, their album debut, is notable for being one of the last times the band performed in front of an audience as relative unknowns. Having already conquered the band’s UK base as well as Continental Europe over the previous ten months, the vast majority of the 17,000 plus Los Angeles concert goers were there to see headliners The Mamas & The Papas and were caught off guard by Jimi Hendrix’s electrifying musicality and showmanship. Finally, the set can be enjoyed by the rest of the world for the first time ever; amazingly, not a single second of this live recording has ever been released before in any capacity, either via official channels or elsewise.

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