Jimi Hendrix – Band Of Gypsys – 180g – Booklet, Poster – QRP

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All-analog mastering from the original stereo tapes by George Marino at Sterling Sound and longtime Hendrix engineer Eddie Kramer Lacquer cutting by George Marino at Sterling Sound Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings for superior sound! Includes 8-page booklet and reprint of a classic Capitol Records poster! Long hailed as a touchstone of blues, funk, fusion, and rock, Jimi Hendrix&...

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    All-analog mastering from the original stereo tapes by George Marino at Sterling Sound and longtime Hendrix engineer Eddie Kramer

    Lacquer cutting by George Marino at Sterling Sound

    Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings for superior sound!

    Includes 8-page booklet and reprint of a classic Capitol Records poster!

    Long hailed as a touchstone of blues, funk, fusion, and rock, Jimi Hendrix's immortal 1970 live album Band of Gypsys — six live recordings captured on tape during two spectacular Fillmore East performances on January 1, 1970 — is getting a special 50th Anniversary Edition release to recapture the album's boundry-breaking spirit.

    Featuring Jimi Hendrix (guitar), Billy Cox (bass), and Buddy Miles (drums), Band Of Gypsys presents six of the most heralded live recordings in rock history including the classics, “Machine Gun,” “Who Knows,” “Message To Love,” and “We Gotta Live Together.” Available on 180-gram vinyl for the first time in the US. Includes 8-page booklet and reprint of a classic Capitol Records poster.

    This new, all-analog edition of Band of Gypsys has been mastered from the original analog stereo tapes using parts mastered by the late great Sterling Sound engineer George Marino together with longtime Hendrix engineer Eddie Kramer, and is pressed on 180-gram black by vinyl by Quality Record Pressings. The edition is packaged with an eight-page booklet filled with rare images from the concerts and an essay by John McDermott. The special edition also features a 24" x 36" replica of Capitol Records' original promotional Band of Gypsys poster.

    Originally released in America on March 25, 1970, Band of Gypsys peaked at No. 5 during a 61-week run on the Billboard album chart. At the time of his death in September 1970, it was Hendrix's bestselling U.S. album since Are You Experienced. The last album that Hendrix released during his lifetime, Band of Gypsys offers a tantalizing glimpse at what might have been.