This is an AUTHENTIC U.S. very first Pitman pressing from 1971. Very hard to find in Europe, especially in this superb condition. Don't miss out!
2-color burgundy & black varnish-print sleeve, with radius corners and embossed "Doors" text. The front has a cut-out window with clear acetate, on which the band photo is printed black half-tone. The disc is contained in a yellow round corner inner sleeve, which provides a yellow background to the cover image when inserted into the sleeve. The back of the inner sleeve has a black-print 'crucifix' image.
1. This issue has the 'Columbus Circle' address on Sleeve back and Labels.
2. This issue does not have the Warner Bros 'W' imprint on the 'butterfly' labels.
Matrix / Runout side 1: EKS-75011 A CP
Matrix / Runout side 2: EKS-75011 B-2 CP
The record is in Excellent (EX) condition. The vinyl is glossy and shiny on both sides. Under bright light, only superficial marks and very thin hairlines are visible. The record plays Excellent, with a warm clear sound, great definition, extensive dynamic range and minimal background noise. Very clean labels. No writing.
The flipback sleeve looks superb, with limited wear to the edges, spine, and cut-out window (see pictures). Excellent (EX) condition. Includes the original yellow printed inner sleeve with crucifix on the back, also in excellent condition.
- Meer dan 3 artiesten/bands
- Artiest/band (max 3)
- Meerdere titels
- Record titel
- L.A. Woman [1st U.S. Pressing]
- Aantal artikelen
- LP Album
- Land van herkomst
- Jaar van uitgave (oudste)
- Excellent (EX)
- 1ste persing, Stereo
- Gimmick hoes, Originele binnenhoes, Uitgesneden / Gestanste hoes
- Platenlabel nummer