U.S. original stereo pressing from 1968. First issue with two-tone Reprise labels, with the Warner Seven Arts W7/Reprise circle logo & address.
The U.S. release is a whole different version from the U.K. and European version from that time, with a completely different track order and the U.S. version includes hits which were not on the European version such as "Purple Haze", "Hey Joe" and "The Wind Cries Mary". This U.S. release is also a stereo version when the U.K. first release was only Mono. This U.S. early release is rather hard to find in Europe. Don't miss out!
Visually, the 2 sides of the record are still shiny. Under intense light, multiple surface marks and hairlines are visible. Very clean labels.
The record plays well on both sides, with some background noise throughout, more audible between tracks and in some most silent parts, such as the intro of "May This Be Love" at the end of side 1, but never overpowering the music. Overall a nice and enjoyable play.
The flipback cover is still in good shape. Some wear and tears on spine and edges, but the spine is still mostly readable. NO writing, NO cut-out or hole, NO stain, etc.
Item will be professionally packaged to avoid damages during transportation. Tracking will be provided with shipping.
- More than 3 artists/bands
- Artist/ Band (max 3)
- Jimi Hendrix Experience
- Multiple Titles
- Record Title
- Are You Experienced [Early U.S. Stereo Pressing]
- Nr of items
- Media Source
- LP Album
- Country of Manufacturer
- Release year (oldest)
- Release year (youngest)
- Various conditions (see description)
- Record Label
- Record Label Number
- RS 6261