13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS
HEADSTONE: THE CONTACT SESSIONS
'The Elevators were way ahead of the psychedelic curve: only The Beatles, The Byrds and Bob Dylan were recording material like this in early 1966' MOJO
The first studio recordings by the 13th Floor Elevators from January and February 1966 made in Texas for an album which never saw the light of day in those heady drug-filled days.
Mono versions of the eleven original tracks including the groundbreaking You’re Gonna Miss Me and Fire Engine plus four remastered stereo alternative takes.
In addition to the studio material this package includes four live recordings from La Maison in 1966, including We’ve Gotta Get Out of This Place and two other previously unreleased tracks.
Recordings remastered and remixed in 2007 by the original producer Walt Andrus.
Presented in a luxury digibook limited edition of 5,000 copies with a detailed 16 page booklet written by band expert Paul Drummond
You're Gonna Miss Me
Tried To Hide
Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
Take That Girl
You Can't Hurt Me Anymore
I'm Gonna Love You Too
Now I’m Home (Splash 1)
Where Am I ? (Thru the Rhythm)
You Can't Hurt Me Anymore (take 1)
Fire Engine (take 8)
You're Gonna Miss Me (take6)
Tried To Hide (take 7)
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (version 2 unreleased)
Roller Coaster (previously unreleased)
We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place (unreleased version)
Fire Engine (version 2 unreleased)
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