JOHNNY WINTER 21 LP Sealed Set - Hall of Fame Rocker - RARE RE-ISSUES & CD BOX

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Seller: mymusicfix2 (13,993) 100%, Location: Lake Forest, California, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 390094740914 JOHNNY WINTER - 13 FACTORY SEALED LP TITLES SET FOR YOUR TURNTABLE - WITH 20 PIECES OF VINYL PLUS A RARE JAPAN MINT VINYL LP = 21 SIDES OF VINYL AND THE BONUS OF THE 4 CD BOX SET COLLECTION FOR YOUR CAR & HOME STEREO OF TRUE TO THE BLUES COMPLETES THIS SET - This is our last complete set forever. Don't miss OutMANY OF THESE PRESSINGS WERE PRESSED BEFORE BARCODES WERE EVER PLACED ON VINYL LP'S - THAT FOR COLLECTORS SHOWS HOW LONG THIS LP HAS BEEN OUT OF PRINT and it's rarity within the vinyl marketALL WITH * WERE PRESSED WITHOUT BARCODES VINYL INCLUDES THESE 9 OUT OF PRINT TITLES MOST WITHOUT BARCODES ( AS NOTED WITH *) AND THOSE THAT DO NO LONGER PULL UP IN A SEARCH BECAUSE THERE NUMBERS ARE SO LONG OUT OF PRINT. * HARD AGAIN - A MUDDY WATER LP WITH JOHNNY WINTER ON GUITAR - BLUE SKY RECORDS PZ34449 - LAST COPY FOREVER * MUDDY WATER WITH JOHNNY WINTERS ON GUITAR - I'M READY LP BLUE SKY JZ34928 * STILL ALIVE & WELL - CBS/COLUMBIA RECORDS PC32188 CAPTURED LIVE - CBS/COLUMBIA RECORDS PZ33944 RAISIN CAIN - CBS RECORDS SPV-265011 ISSUE * MUDDY WATERS WITH JOHNNY WINTERS ON GUITAR - WATERS LIVE LP - BLUE SKY PZ35712 JOHNNY DAWSON WINTER III. BLUE SKY RECORDS PZ33292 * JOHNNY WINTER LIVE LP - CBS COLUMBIA RECORDS PC30475 FREE BONUS - NOTHIN BUT THE BLUES - BLUE SKY RECORDS - PZ34813 - LAST COPY FOREVER - VERY TIGHT WRAP MIGHT NOT BE FLAT180 GRAM SECTIONJohnny Winter Live Bootleg Special Edition 180g LP LIMITED EDITION (White Vinyl) PLUS THE 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION DOUBLE ALBUM LIVE BOOTLEG SERIES VOLUME ONE Johnny Winter It's My Life, Baby 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION LP 180g Vinyl Only Release Features Eight Tracks from the Alligator Years!COLORED VINYL SETJohnny Winter Step Back 45rpm 7" Vinyl Box Set (7 Discs) (Colored Vinyl) LIMITED EDITION BOX SET AND LASTLY RARE JAPAN PRESSING - THE RARE DECADES OUT OF PRINT JAPAN OBI PRESSING IN MINT CONDITION OF * SAINTS AND SINNERS SOPL-241 ISSUE FOR COLLECTORS WHO WANT IT ALL. E-BAY STORE. FOR YOUR INDIVIDUAL BLUES SELECTIONS - INDIVIDUAL TITLE INFORMATION OR INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE JUST HIT THIS STORES TAB >. & TYPE IN BLUESROTATION OR JOHNNY WINTER INTO THE SEARCH FIELD WITHIN OUR STORES SECTION AS YOUR PERSONAL CODE AND ALL INDIVIDUAL INFORMATION WILL APPEAR Each LP can be viewed and purchased separately from E-Bay Mymusicfix Store. Out of Print FACTORY SEALED LPS - High definition analog vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and ears. The ultimate record – the way music was meant to be heard. Out of Print forever!! You should never pass up the opportunity to upgrade your collection. They're each very limited in their pressings and disappear with extraordinary quickness from the vinyl market. This causes prices to skyrocket because once they are gone, they are gone forever! Don't second-guess yourself with this chance to upgrade your collection because before you know it, the opportunity will have passed forever. NOTHIN BUT THE BLUES - Born and raised in Beaumont, Texas in the 1940s and surrounded by the blues, country, and Cajun music, Johnny Winter and his younger brother Edgar began their careers as kids, performing songs together and winning talent shows and spots on local TV. Before they were even teens, the two brothers traveled to New York to explore their options, and gained exposure to the rock 'n' roll and rhythm & blues of the period which also influenced them profoundly. During their early teens, the Winter brothers released their first singles, "School Day Blues" and "You Know I Love You" back in Beaumont. By the late '60s, Johnny and Edgar had each forged independent musical identities and developed unique followings, though they continued to collaborate occasionally, releasing albums such as "Together: Edgar Winter and Johnny Winter Live" (1975), One of the most significant aspects of both men's work, however, was the fact that it revealed a deep respect for the African-American blues tradition, incorporating many of its elements, despite significant racial barriers that existed at the time. Also, rather than trying to downplay their unusual looks, the Winter brothers embraced them, using them to fuel their flashy rock-star image. The Winter brothers each managed to reach a high level of commercial success around the world, releasing several very popular solo albums and playing sold-out concerts. Johnny received multiple Grammy Award nominations for his work, and Edgar became a pioneer of electronic rock, one of the very first musicians to use the synthesizer as a lead instrument in studio recordings and in live performances. The careers of both brothers have spanned almost five decades. This album came out in 1977, the same year as Muddy Waters' excellent comeback-album "Hard Again", which Johnny Winter produced and played on. And here on NOTHIN’ BUT THE BLUES, Winter fronts the mighty Muddy Waters band, leading them through a very well-arranged set of his own compositions, and a powerful rendition of Muddy's "Walkin' Thru The Park". Johnny Winter handles the lead vocals himself (except on "Walkin' Thru The Park"), and his throaty vocals suit these purposely traditional blues compositions pretty well. Winter plays guitar as well, of course, and a little bit of bass and drums, and his acoustic steel guitar playing is particularly delightful. Highlights include...well, almost every song, actually. The acoustic slide guitar workout "TV Mama" (not the Big Joe Turner song) is sublime, as is the swaggering, harp-driven "Tired Of Tryin'", the thumping, groovy "Bladie May", and the fine "Sweet Love And Evil Women", a showcase for "Steady Rollin'" Bob Margolin, whose shimmering lead guitar lines wind their way all around Winter's gruff, throaty vocals. Johnny Winter fans seem to be somewhat divided...some prefer his bluesier albums, while others go for his rock n' roll records. This is definitely one for the blues crowd, a really fine collection of original songs, and one of Johnny Winter's best albums. Highly recommended. HARD AGAIN - It's seems strange now to think of Muddy Waters having to make a "comeback," but that's what the 1977 HARD AGAIN came down to. The great blues man's first post-Chess recording after 30 years with that company, it marked Waters major-label debut and eventually went gold. The over-60 Waters lived up to all the attention with one of his most energetic, sustained performances, bettering his original version of "Mannish Boy," pushing "Bus Driver" to a raging peak, and generally sounding like the wisest man on record. Harp player James Cotton and producer-guitarist Johnny Winter are among the support; they both stay out of Waters way and give as good as they get. Tracks include: Mannish Boy - Bus Driver - I Want To Be Loved - Jealous Hearted Man - I Can't Be Satisfied - The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock And Roll - Deep Down In Florida -. Cross-eyed Cat - Little Girl // STILL ALIVE AND WELL - Johnny Winter's "comeback" album from 1973. Johnny is one of the most underrated guitar players that ever picked up a 6-string. While deeply rooted in the blues, Johnny delivers some rippin' stripped-down rock and roll on this album. Production is held to a very minimum of overdubs, and it's basically Johnny with his bass player and drummer. No effects, no slick production tricks, just good old rock and roll. He's one of those rare guys that can just plug the guitar into and amp and rip it up. In addition to his masterful playing, Johnny serves up some of his patented gritty, soulful vocals. Tracks include: 1. Rock Me Baby - Can't You Feel It - Cheap Tequila - All Tore Down - Rock & Roll - Silver Train - Ain't Nothing To Me -. Still Alive & Well -. Too Much Seconal - Let It Bleed JOHNNY WINTER AND LIVE - What energy and passion Johnny put into his live sets. While there is only one original song here ("Mean Town Blues" - and it comes off sounding like a blues classic), the choice of covers is exceptional - from Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis to the Rolling Stones. I had also forgotten how important Rick Derringer was to this band. He is the perfect foil for Johnny - matching J.W. lick for lick on guitar, playing flawless rhythm, and even singing lead on some of the Rock & Roll Medley. This is an excellent band - probably the best Winter ever toured with. Randy Jo Hobbs (bass) and a young Bobby Caldwell on "percussion" make a terrific rhythm section. Tracks include: . Good Morning Little Schoolgirl -. It's My Own Fault - - Jumpin' Jack Flash -. Rock & Roll Medley: Great Balls of Fire/Long Tall Sally/Whole Lotta - Mean Town Blues -. Johnny B. Goode CAPTURED LIVE - There has never been a blues guitarist like him before, or after. The guitar playing between Johnny and Floyd Ratford always seemed to compliment each other to an extreme. Truly amazing are the guitar solos being played at the same time , on top of each other, but without using harmony, yet blending and complimenting each others licks in 2 completely different styles, rather than trying to out do each other. The blues licks played on "Sweet Papa John" was and still is one of the hottest blues guitar examples of any age. I know there are lots of inspirational bluesmen out there, Stevie Ray Vaughan , Clapton, B.B. King ,Freddie King, Buddy Guy...etc.. the list could go on forever. But Johnny Winter definitely holds his own. Tracks include: Bony Moronie -. Roll With Me -. Rock & Roll People - It's All Over Now -. Highway 61 Revisited- Sweet Papa John JAMES DAWSON WINTER III - Tracks include: Rock & Roll People - Golden Olden Days Of Rock & Roll - Self-Destructive Blues - Raised On Rock - Stranger - Mind Over Matter - Roll With Me - Love Song To Me - Pick Up On My Mojo - Lay Down Your Sorrows and Sweet Papa John. RAISIN CAIN - 2013 ISSUE - "Johnny Winter begins Raisin' Cain, his ninth studio album since signing to CBS Records in 1969 (his records are now issued on the Blue Sky subsidiary), with 'The Crawl,' a rock 'n' roll dance tune, and he ends it with 'Walkin' Slowly,' which employs a Fats Domino-style New Orleans rhythm and the saxophone work of Tom Strohman. The two songs serve to reinforce Winter's allegiance to his roots in ‘50s rock, which define him as much as his blues work. In between these bookends, he presents his usual mixture of familiar cover songs and specially written (by others, that is) material, all of which serves, as usual, to showcase his fast-fingered lead guitar playing." 1. The Crawl 2. Sitting In The Jail House 3. Like A Rolling Stone 4. New York, New York 5. Bon Ton Roulet 6. Rollin’ And Tumblin’ 7. Talk Is Cheap 8. Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing 9. Don’t Hide Your Love 10. Mother-In-Law Blues 11. Walkin’ Slowly LIVE BOOTLEG SERIES VOLUME ONE - Johnny Winter, the legendary blues/rock guitar slinger has given us the keys to his 40-year vaults, as the Live Bootleg Series now begins on audiophile grade vinyl. Originally released as a critically acclaimed Top 15 Blues CD last year, this two-LP, 180-gram limited edition package contains ultra rare and smokin' performances from three decades ago. Winter classics like "Johnny B. Goode," "Stranger," "Jumpin' Jack Flash" as well as bonus Stones classic "It's All Over Now" are featured. Artist produced and approved. Track Listings 1. Introduction 2. Johnny B. Goode 3. Messin' With the Kid 4. Help Me 5. Hideaway 6. Come On In My Kitchen 7. Rollin' And Tumblin' 8. Stranger 9. Jumpin' Jack Flash 10. Bonie Moronie 11. Closing 12. It's All Over Now MUDDY WATERS WITH JOHNNY WINTERS ON GUITAR ON THESE TWO MUDDY WATERS LP'S - I'M READY AND MUDDY WATERS LIVE - I'M READY - Track Listings 1. I'm Ready 2. 33 Years 3. Who Do You Trust 4. Copper Brown 5. Hoochie Coochie Man 6. Mamie 7. Rock Me 8. Screamin' and Cryin' 9. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl MUDDY WATERS LIVE - Track Listings 1. Mannish Boy 2. She's Nineteen Years Old 3. Nine Below Zero 4. Streamline Woman 5. Howling Wolf 6. Baby Please Don't Go 7. Deep Down in Florida Johnny Winter Step Back 45rpm 7" Vinyl Box Set (7 Discs) (Colored Vinyl) LIMITED EDITION BOX SET Box Set Includes Seven 45rpm 7" Colored Vinyl Discs! Features Guests Eric Clapton, Joe Perry, Ben Harper, Joe Bonamassa & More! 2015 Grammy Award Winner for Best Blues Album!Johnny Winter's last and perhaps greatest album is now available in a collection of 7" vinyl. Step Back features an amazing list of musical guests and takes Johnny back to a more aggressive style of that helped shape the musical icon.Produced by Paul Nelson, Step Back showcases classic songs that were inspiring to Johnny Winter. This man, Johnny Winter, remains as vibrant as ever. Guests include Eric Clapton, Dr. John, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Aerosmith's Joe Pery, and Stray Cats' Brian Setzer."Johnny Winter is one of the greats of the guitar." - Angus Young of AC/DC"Pound for pound, the greatest rock & roll singer ever." - Steven Tyler of Aerosmith"Johnny Winter is an incredible blues guitarist." - Eddie Van Halen"For decades, an original in an un-original world." - Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick"When it comes to playing the blues, Johnny is one of a kind." - Gregg Allman"His guitar playing pierces your heart... and his work with Muddy Waters is timeless." - Carlos SantanaFeatures:• Seven 45rpm 7" Vinyl Discs Box Set• Colored VinylSelections:1. Unchain My Heart – Johnny Winter with Blues Brothers Horns2. Can’t Hold Out (Talk To Me Baby) – Johnny Winter with Ben Harper3. Don’t Want No Woman – Johnny Winter with Eric Clapton4. Killing Floor – Johnny Winter with Paul Nelson5. Who Do You Love – Johnny Winter6. Okie Dokie Stomp – Johnny Winter with Brian Setzer7. Where Can You Be – Johnny Winter with Billy Gibbons8. Sweet Sixteen – Johnny Winter with Joe Bonamassa9. Death Letter -Johnny Winter10. My Babe – Johnny Winter with Jason Ricci11. Long Tall Sally – Johnny Winter with Leslie West12. Mojo Hand – Johnny Winter with Joe Perry13. Blue Monday – Johnny Winter with Dr. John Johnny Winter Live Bootleg Special Edition 180g LP LIMITED EDITION (White Vinyl) 180g Audiophile White Vinyl Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso From Original Johnny Winter Tapes! Legendary rocker and blues statesman Johnny Winter continues to enthrall audiences the world over. With his unique brand of blues/rock guitar and vocal prowess, Winter’s style is truly unmatched in purity and in star power longevity. While he tours non-stop, it’s no secret that his live performances are legendary. Fortunately for his huge fan base, Johnny has captured a lot of his concerts on tape over the many decades, which proudly leads us to the latest installment of the chart topping Live Bootleg Series. For Johnny Winter’s Live Bootleg Special Edition, the artist surely becomes his instrument in some incredible guitar shredding first time released live performances. The blues wielding axeman steps out with super extended workouts on concert classics like his masterful version of the Freddie King classic Hideaway, blues favorite Ain’t That Just Like A Woman and a stunning rock free for all on the Chuck Berry champion Johnny B. Goode. Known to write many of his own hit songs, Johnny also dug far back into his archives for two super rare performances for the fans with his classic power blues ballad Stranger and the masterful blues workout on Serious As A Heart Attack. Always a champion of his favorite bands and artists, Johnny closes out the album with an incredibly rockin’ interpretation tip of the hat to The Rolling Stones with the hard rockin’ Jumping Jack Flash. Friday Music is very honored to be the home of Johnny Winter’s Live Bootleg Special Edition. As with previous Friday Music Johnny Winter releases, these are totally authorized and owned/controlled by Johnny Winter himself. Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (Johnny Winter/Canned Heat/John Lee Hooker) from the original Johnny Winter tapes at Friday Music Studios, this album consists of his own personally picked archives and will be a welcome collection to any fan of the blues and rock sounds of this Grammy Award winning artist and producer. In addition to the hard rockin’ blues on this wonderful collection, this limited edition release also will be pressed for a very short time on 180 Gram WHITE VINYL, including the fine album cover artwork, as well as Johnny’s good friend, producer and guitarist Paul Nelson’s penned liner notes. Live Bootleg Special Edition by Johnny Winter...Six tracks of pure Texan blues power on stunning 180 Gram WHITE VINYL, courtesy of the legendary Johnny Winter and Friday Music. Features: • 180g Audiophile Vinyl • White Vinyl • Mastered Impeccably by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios • Mastered From Original Johnny Winter Tapes Selections: Side One: 1. Hideaway 2. Ain't That Just Like A Woman 3. Johnny B. Goode Side Two: 1. Serious As A Heart Attack 2. Stranger 3. Jumping Jack Flash Johnny Winter It's My Life, Baby 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION LP 180g Vinyl Only Release Features Eight Tracks from the Alligator Years! Johnny Winter was a world-famous blues and rock icon for over 45 years. His three mid-1980s releases on Alligator, Guitar Slinger, Serious Business and 3rd Degree, hold a special place in the hearts of his fans, as they heralded a return to his blues roots after years spent lost in the rock ‘n’ roll wilderness. Gone were the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan covers, replaced by deep blues tunes from J.B. Lenoir, Lonnie Brooks, Willie Dixon and more. No-frills production and backing from the cream of Chicago’s blues players make these among the most sought-after albums in Johnny’s catalog, with combined sales of over 250,000 units. Guitar Slinger and Serious Business were nominated for Grammy awards. It’s My Life, Baby is a vinyl-only release that captures the best of those three incendiary albums. It is pressed on 180g vinyl and includes a limited time download card for the entire record. Features: • 180g Vinyl • Free download card enclosed IF STILL AVAILABLE Selections: Side A: 1. Don't Take Advantage of Me 2. It's My Life, Baby 3. Third Degree 4. Boot Hill Side B: 1. Mojo Boogie 2. Master Mechanic 3. Murdering Blues 4. Broke and Lonely SAINTS AND SINNERS - Johnny Kicks Butt on this one! In 1974 Johnny was in the midst of his Rock-and-Roll hero stage. I loved that period, not everybody does. This LP is a must for any guitar rock fan. Check out Bony Maronie, Stray Cat Blues and Bad Luck Situation, and ultra-smooth slide guitar on Rollin Down the Highway. 1. Stone County2. Blinded by Love3. Thirty Days4. Stray Cat Blues5. Bad Luck Situation6. Rollin' Cross the Country7. Riot in Cell Block #98. Hurtin' So Bad9. Bony Moronie10. Feedback on Highway 101 JOHNNY WINTERS TRUE TO THE BLUES 4 CD SET BONUS FOR YOUR HOME AND CAR STEREO Sony/BMG have produced an overdue four disc retrospective on Johnny Winter, 'True To The Blues,' released two days after his 70th birthday. I'm giving it five stars because most of the music rates it, but if you're a big fan you probably have most of the contents. The only unreleased material is four cuts recorded live at the Atlanta Pop Festival (overdue for a boxed set and DVD itself). I've listed the sources underneath the respective tracks, and links to certain full albums I feel are his best. When trying to compile an artist with the longevity of Johnny there are bound to be fan favorites missing, personally I would've added "Leland Mississippi Blues," "Drown In My Own Tears" and "Fast Life Rider" instead of two versions each of "Mean Town Blues," "It's My Own Fault" and "Highway 61 Revisited" (even though each is studio & live), but I digress. Except for the first two tracks from his debut album on Liberty (now EMI) the rest of the first three discs and initial six tracks on the fourth are from his long tenure on Columbia Records, with his stops at Alligator, MCA, Pointblank, Friday and Sonobeat getting the short shrift. The only studio album not represented is 'I'm A Bluesman,' which some consider his weakest. The best white bluesman bar non, Johnny Winter's output over the years has had an impressive consistency, so if you've only touched your toe in the water before, it's a great set to get. If you're a big fan (like me) peruse the track list before ordering...... DISC ONE: 1. Bad Luck And Trouble 2. Mean Town Blues 3. Mike Bloomfield's Introduction of Johnny Winter - (live at the Fillmore East) 4. It's My Own Fault - (live at the Fillmore East) (from 'Fillmore East: The Lost Concert Tapes 12-13-68') 5. I'm Yours and I'm Hers 6. Mean Mistreater 7. Dallas 8. Be Careful With A Fool 9. Leland Mississippi Blues (live at Woodstock) (from 'Johnny Winter: The Woodstock Experience') 10. Memory Pain 11. Highway 61 Revisited 12. Miss Ann 13. Hustled Down in Texas 14. Black Cat Bone (live at The Royal Albert Hall) 15. Johnny B. Goode (live at The Royal Albert Hall) DISC TWO: 1. Eyesight to the Blind 2. Johnny Winter's Intro 3. Prodigal Son 4. Mean Mistreater (All live at Atlanta Pop - previously unreleased) 5. Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo 6. Guess I'll Go Away 7. On the Limb 8. It's My Own Fault (live) 9. Jumpin' Jack Flash (live) (from 'Johnny Winter And: Live') 10. Good Morning Little School Girl (live at the Fillmore East) 11. Mean Town Blues (live at the Fillmore East) (from 'Johnny Winter And-Live At The Fillmore East 10-3-70') DISC THREE: 1. Still Alive and Well 2. Rock Me Baby 3. Rock & Roll 4. Rollin' `Cross the Country 5. Hurtin' So Bad 6. Bad Luck Situation (from 'Saints & Sinners') 7. Self Destructive Blues 8. Sweet Papa John 9. Rock & Roll People (from 'John Dawson Winter III') 10. Harlem Shuffle - (live with Edgar Winter) (from 'Together') 11. Bony Moronie (live) 12. Roll With Me (live) 13. Tired of Tryin' 14. TV Mama 15. Walkin' Thru the Park 16. I Done Got Over It - (live with Muddy Waters & James Cotton) DISC FOUR: 1. One Step At A Time 2. Honest I Do (from 'The Essential Johnny Winter') 3. Nickel Blues (from 'White, Hot & Blue') 4. Talk Is Cheap 5. Wolf in Sheep's Clothing 6. Bon Ton Roulet (from 'Raisin' Cain') 7. Don't Take Advantage of Me 8. Master Mechanic (from 'Serious Business') 9. Mojo Boogie (from 'Third Degree') 10. Stranger Blues (from 'Winter of 88') 11. Illustrated Man (from 'Let Me In') 12. Hard Way (from 'Hey, Where's Your Brother?') 13. Highway 61 Revisited (from 'The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration' 14. Maybellene - (featuring Vince Gill) 15. Dust My Broom - (featuring Derek Trucks) (from 'Roots') Check out Mymusicfix for additional Audiophile Vinyl by hitting “ME” OR the Mymusicfix STORE tab on the Title Purchase Page to view our current items up on E-Bay. Mymusicfix has been told we have the best collection of Rare, Out of Print music collectibles on E-Bay. > Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. On Sep-26-08 at 20:39:55 PDT, seller added the following information: International Buyers – Please Note: Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying. Note: It's illegal to falsify customs declarations or mark an item as a "gift" OR LOWER VALUE in order to avoid customs fees INTERNATIONAL BUYERS NEED TO BE AWARE OF THE CUSTOM'S TAXES IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY AND KNOW THEY (AS THE BUYER) ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CUSTOMS TAXES. OUT OF PRINT PRODUCT is IRREPLACEABLE and therefore NOT RETURNABLE. USA SHIPPING: We box/package protectively – Ship UPS Ground/Insured within Continental USA – Hawaii/Alaska by mail. We accept PayPal ONLY WITH CONFIRMED SHIPPING ADDRESS INT’L SHIPPING: We box/package protectively for safe world-wide shipping. When accepting PayPal, ship ONLY WITH EXPRESS MAIL FULLY INSURED or PRIORITY MAIL FULLY INSURED – Because of Postal Regulations, U.K., SOUTH AMERICA, QUATAR, ISRAEL, PHILLIPINES, RUSSIA & MEXICO EXPRESS ONLY International Buyers are responsible for their country’s Customs Fees Condition: New, Genre: Rock, Style: Blues Rock, Record Size: 12", Duration: LP, Special Attributes: Limited Edition, Record Label: CBS/COLUMBIA RECORDS - BLUE SKY, Release Year: EARLY 80's thru 2000'S, Speed: 33 RPM, Country of Manufacture: United States

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