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13th Floor Elevators
Live Evolution Lost

Live Evolution Lost: The 13th Floor Elevators Live at the Houston Music Theatre is the first ever release of the complete performance of the band's legendary show from 18th February 1967. This is a 3LP coloured vinyl box set edition. The trailblazing 13th Floor Elevators released the first "psychedelic" rock album in America, transforming culture throughout the 1960s and beyond. Formed in late 1965 in a small town in Texas by Electric Jug playing Tommy Hall, guitarist & vocalist Roky Erickson, guitarist Stacy Sutherland they were joined by bass player Benny Thurman, and drummer John Ike Walton. A three album edition, on green, blue and red heavyweight vinyl, which for the first time features the whole of the Elevators' historic gig on 18th February 1967 at the Houston Music Theatre. It catches the band with its classic line-up before the release of 'Easter Everywhere' and is the only known complete recording of an Elevators' gig, and the latest to survive. Mastered by Sonic Boom and put together by band expert Paul Drummond, it includes one reel unissued for over forty-five years. Tracks: LP 1: ( I've Got ) Levitation/ Roller Coaster/ Fire Engine/ Reverberation ( Doubt )/ Don't Fall Down/ Tried To Hide/ Splash 1/ You're Gonna Miss Me/ Monkey Island LP 2: Kingdom Of Heaven/ She Lives ( In A Time Of Her Own )/ Jam Intro/ Jam 1 - Roll Over Blue Suede Blues Jam/ Jam 2 - Backwards Evolution Jam/ Jam 3 - Ed's Esoteric Jazz Jam LP 3: Jam 4 - ( It's All Over Now ) Baby Blue Jam/ Screen Print/ Jam 5 - She Lives Jam/ Jam 6 - Hamburgers & Acid
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Various (The Red Krayola, The 13th Floor Elevators etc.)
Epitaph For a Legend


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Roky Erickson
All That May Do My Rhyme

All That May Do My Rhyme is the 1995 album of 13th Floor Elevators originator Roky Erickson. It’s a pleasingly laid-back set, leaning more towards folky rootsy rock music than the fried-out psychedelia of much of his career, though that is also present in small tasty doses. The album has been reissued on CD and vinyl LP by the Play Loud label.
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13th Floor Elevators
You're Gonna Miss Me

In which a couple of old 13th Floor Elevators tracks get pressed onto 10" vinyl in order to 'celebrate' the songs 50th anniversary. At least you don't have to pay big dollar for these essential celebrations but again if this disc didn't exist would anyone miss it? (ha!) Comes on picture disc and limited to just the 2000 copies.   
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13th Floor Elevators
The Psychedelic Sounds Of

Oooh: 'tis a gatefold I see before me? 'Tis, of those lads 13th Floor Elevators, who made the electric jug what it is today -- or not, but it certainly sounds fantastic on the LP, which comes with the plain old record (in heavyweight vinyl, so not that plain) and the mono version, with the tracklist in an order that the band apparently intended. So if you want two LPs of the same classic album in one sleeve, come hither.
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