Rare Actual 1971 Japanese First Pressing! Nice Vinyl, Textured Cover. Elton John Captured Live On 17 November 1970, At A&R Recording Studios, New York, NY, For Radio Broadcast.
Elton has stated in several interviews that he believes that this recording is his best live performance. He cut his hand at some point during the show, and by the end, the piano keys were covered with blood!
Condition – Vinyl: EXCELLENT! Great condition for a record that is over 50 years old!
Condition – Cover: VERY GOOD PLUS! Light wear, crease on back, top edge neatly repaired.
Japanese vinyl pressings are highly sought after by audiophiles and collectors, due to their premium sound quality and beautifully presented packaging. The sonic quality of Japanese records is regarded as the best in the world. No wonder all the original Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab records were pressed in Japan! The covers are printed on better quality heavy stock paper too. Top condition Japanese pressings are becoming scarcer ~ and therefore more collectable and valuable every year.
Take Me To The Pilot
Honky Tonk Women
Sixty Years On
Can I Put You On
Bad Side Of The Moon
Burn Down The Mission
My Baby Left Me