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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    I have "Inna Godda da Vidda" on LP.... STILL SEALED -no UPC , looks like original

    how can a person tell the date of unmarked LP's ?? have a vinyl friend who tells that on the Beatles "white Album" you can tell generations by the distance that the lettering travels around the label.
    Tom, I think it's kind of hard to determine from the sleeve. If you check the LP, if it's an early 1968 pressing the label will be two-tone, rose and cream like colors, if pressed late in 1968 it may have a yellow label. I think when "Ball" was release in late 1968 early 1969 it had the yellow label. If my memory serves me correctly. I used to have all the early Iron Butterfly LPs. I saw them live in Seattle in 1969.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrobso View Post
    Yes off topic, but I have the LP!!!
    Its my thread,,,,we can go anywhere audio

    Quote Originally Posted by LRBacon View Post
    Tom, I think it's kind of hard to determine from the sleeve. If you check the LP, if it's an early 1968 pressing the label will be two-tone, rose and cream like colors, if pressed late in 1968 it may have a yellow label. I think when "Ball" was release in late 1968 early 1969 it had the yellow label. If my memory serves me correctly. I used to have all the early Iron Butterfly LPs. I saw them live in Seattle in 1969.

    Larry
    69 ? I was on an Asian adventure ...in a different universe..only AM (AFVN) to listen to...

    problem with checking the label is then it wudnt be sealed any more , first time I heard it was late '68 ....we passed around the headphones, amazed at the drum solo
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrobso View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrobso View Post
    The High School library had many back issues of Audio and I read them all. I drove the library aids nuts with my request, I'm sure they said not this geek again!. After I graduated from HS I got my own subscription to Audio I kept it up for many years.
    I actually got a job in my college's library, so I could waste time with the Down Beat and audio magazines there.

    I recently found this stack of mags, didn't care to follow up on it, though. If anyone's interested in it, let me know, I'll be seeing them again in a couple of weeks.
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    Actual Lansing content- there were some freshly renovated coaxials there, too (604Es, I think):
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    Fun thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Schell View Post
    SEAWOLF97, I have a copy of the magazine, which includes the address as you mentioned. I will try to visit the location in the next few days and will report my findings.
    Steve did you ever get a chance to visit the place?
    Just play music!

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    Krunchy, I never made it over there. I did check out the address recently on Google Maps and it seems there is a fairly new modern home on the lot with no trace of the original house or The Concrete Monster.

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    OOoh I was hoping you'd found the relic still there in all its glory It was too much to ask for I suppose,
    progress has a way of casting these things into the trash heap, I doubt it survived.

    Thanks for the update Steve
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