We are now shipping copies of Music of the Spheres, the definitive, strictly limited and pre-numbered vinyl celebration of the 13th Floor Elevators, which looks set to follow the Sign of the Three Eyed Men CD box set in selling out very quickly.
The package includes much content which will only ever be available in this edition, and is available only from this website.
The box set includes:
Three gatefold double and two single albums all pressed on heavyweight vinyl
The best sound quality ever for Elevators’ vinyl releases
Strictly limited to a maximum of 3,000 sets
A 48 page new edition of Paul Drummond’s book Sign of the Three Eyed Men in twelve inch format
Three exclusive 3D lenticular prints of the key album’s artworks
An 10 inch EP containing the rare Bob Sullivan mixes from The Psychedelic Sounds of
Unique Features of Music of the Spheres
The first releases on vinyl of two albums Headstone, the band’s planned first album which was never released at the time and Live in California - The Avalon Recordings. These vinyl albums will only be available in this package.
The first official vinyl release of A Love That’s Sound, the group’s lost third album, now featuring a recently discovered and never previously heard track Some Day, My Love, which was originally intended as the 6th single.
Three stunning 8 inch (200cm) 3D lenticular prints of the album artwork for The Psychedelic Sounds of, Bull of the Woods and Easter Everywhere.
The Sumet Sounds Masters EP, a six track 10 inch EP of Bob Sullivan’s original stereo ‘desk mixes’ of 5 tracks from The Psychedelic Sounds of recordings plus the highly desirable early version of the band’s second single Reverberation from an acetate, only previously available on the long sold out Sign of the 3 Eyed Men CD box set . This disc will only be available in this package.
A limited edition numbered certificate of authenticity.
This package is a limited edition which is available only from the International Artists website.
ORDER NOW for £100 (plus P&P) from:
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