Media Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Plays great ***TESTED ****
Comes in a hard gatefold sleeve with obi strip.
Including printed inner sleeves and 4-pages insert.
Cat# on inner sleeves can be reversed depending on the versions.
C1 and C2 recorded live 15th Dec 1969 at The Lyceum, London at UNICEF benefit concert. Billy Preston’s lost organ performance overdubbed by Nicky Hopkins.
D1 to D4 recorded live at Fillmore East, New York on 6th June 1971 with The Mothers.
(Incorrectly credited as ‘Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention’ on release)
See [url=https://www.discogs.com/The-Mothers-Fillmore-East-June-1971/master/53946]Mothers – Fillmore East, June ’71[/url]
Tracks A1, A3, B1 B2, B4 & D2 to D4 published by Northern Songs Ltd. (Copyright also claimed by Ono Music Ltd.)
Tracks A2, A4, B5 & C2 Ono Music Ltd. Essex Int. MCPS. BRITICO. NCB.
Tracks A5, B3 & C1 Northern Songs Ltd. NCB.
Track D1 Ardmore & Beechwood Ltd. MCPS. NCB.
Tracks A1, A3 & A5 to B4 ℗ 1972 The Gramophone Company Limited.
Tracks A2, A4 & B5 ℗ 1972 Apple Records.
Tracks C1 to D4 ℗ 19972.
Artwork © 1972 Apple Corps Ltd.
An EMI recording.
Mfd. in U.K.
. Sometime In New York City
A1. Woman Is The Nigger Of The World
A2. Sisters O Sisters
A3. Attica State
A4. Born In A Prison
A5. New York City
B1. Sunday Bloody Sunday
B2. The Luck Of The Irish
B3. John Sinclair
B5. We’re All Water
. Live Jam
C1. Cold Turkey
C2. Don’t Worry Kyoko
D1. Well (Baby, Please Don’t Go)
Barcode and Other Identifiers:
Matrix / Runout YEX.893
Matrix / Runout YEX.894
Matrix / Runout YEX.895
Matrix / Runout YEX.896
Matrix / Runout YEX – 893 1S 23 〄 7-4G
Matrix / Runout YEX – 894 2S 27 〄
Matrix / Runout YEX – 895 1S ̶2̶ 15 〄 7-3G 7-3G
Matrix / Runout YEX – 896 1S 21 〄
Rights Society JASRAC
Manufactured By Toshiba EMI Ltd
Phonographic Copyright (p) The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
Phonographic Copyright (p) Apple Records
Recorded By EMI
Copyright (c) Ono Music Ltd.
Published By Northern Songs Ltd.
Recorded At The Lyceum, London
Recorded At Fillmore East