USA press Elektra – EKS-74038 - Earth Opera was an American psychedelic rock group, active during 1967-1969. Co-founded by Boston, Massachusetts virtuoso folk and bluegrass performers, Peter Rowan and David Grisman.
1976 UK Sudarshan Disc - Golden Avatar is a Jazz Rock / Fusion Pop band from the United States.
Mountain Railroad Records – MR-52670 - A FOLK GATHERING - A1 Jim Post– Prepare For Invasion 1:42 A2 Steve Goodman– Eight Ball 3:42 A3 Ginni Clemmens– Wild Women Don't Have The Blues 2:43 A4 Fred Holstein– Jimmy Newman 3:20 A5 Steve Goodman– Chicago Bust Rag 3:10 A6 Ed Holstein*– Jazzman 2:48 A7 Fred Holstein– The Man Who Sings 4:12 B1 Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah– For Eddie 3:50 B2 Jim Post– Colorado Exile 4:03 B3 Ed Holstein*– Fat Stuff 2:36 B4 Fred Holstein– Goin' Home 2:16 B5 Ginni Clemmens– I Met A Young Boy 3:35 B6 Steve Goodman– City Of New Orleans 3:55
USA press gatefold cover - Geffen Records – GHS 24074 - little cut on cover
Geffen Records – GEF 25102 USA press gatefold (cut) cover 1982
ITA press RSO – 2394 102 gatefold cover
original USA press gatefold cover 1969 ABC/Dunhill Records – DS 50052
Essential – ESSLP 004 UK 1989
USA Best Buy reissue series
M/M copia nuova e sigillata - new copy still sealed!
USA press - 1973 reissue gatefold cover
new mixes by Giles Martin and Sam Okell - 2021
M/M SS new - nuovo e sigillato-
reissue 180G MOV
M/M SS new - nuovo e sigillato-
ITA press gatefold cover CTI AC-30.021
Unofficial Release, Limited Edition, Purple Translucent
Max's Kansas City Records – MKC210 LP + 12"
USA press Archive Of Folk Music – FS-209, Everest Records Archive Of Folk & Jazz Music – EVFS 209 - Josh White (born February 11, 1914 in Greenville, South Carolina, died September 5, 1969 in Manhasset, N.Y.) was an American singer, guitarist, songwriter, actor, and civil rights activist. Some of his recordings in the mid-1930s were released as by Pinewood Tom. Josh White was one of the most popular and influential folksingers in America in the mid-20th century. His most famous song, “One Meat Ball,” is about a poor man who has little money to buy dinner and who gets little sympathy from the waiter serving him. The folk music genre has often had a strong social and political foundation, and White’s career is a clear example of that; he sang for President Franklin Roosevelt at the White House in the 1940s, he suffered from the effects of McCarthyism in the 1950s, and he was a featured performer at the 1963 March on Washington.
Charisma – CAS 1059 - Includes photo insert of Professor J. R. Tolkien
Los Angeles prssing (promo copy) USA Warner Bros. Records – BS 3080 - 1977
USA press original - 1979 - Visa Records – VISA 7009
USA press - Elektra – 6E-239 - USA press - w/inner sleeve and Carole King as vocal guest
USA press Capricorn Records – CP 0166 - 1976 - Gray and white Wet Willie on cover - Wet Willie is an American band from Mobile, Alabama. Their best-known song, "Keep On Smilin'", reached No. 10 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in August 1974. Several other of the group's songs also appeared on the singles charts in the 1970s, which utilized their soulful brand of Southern rock.
USA press - Capricorn Records – CP 0128
Classic International Theatremusic – C.I.T. 2001
1980 euro press
ITA press - Joker – SM 3535 - Recorded at Abtone Recording Studios N.Y., N.Y. June 10, 1966.
ITA press - Napoleon – NLP 11018 - A1 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Highway Chile Written-By – Hendrix* A2 –John Mayall No Reply Written By – John Mayall, Mick Taylor A3 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Stone Free (BBC Sessions) Written-By – Hendrix* A4 –The Graham Bond Organization Camels And Elephants Written By – Ginger Baker A5 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Hound Dog (BBC Sessions) Written-By – Leiber - Stoller* A6 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Foxy Lady (BBC Sessions) Written-By – Hendrix* B1 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Purple Haze (BBC Sessions) Written-By – Hendrix* B2 –The Graham Bond Organization Hear Me Calling Your Name Written By – Jack Bruce B3 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Little Miss Lover (BBC Sessions) Written-By – Hendrix* B4 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Catfish Blues (BBC Sessions) Written By – Traditional B5 –John Mayall Sonny Boy Blow Written-By – John Mayall B6 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Sunshine Of Your Love (BBC Sessions) Written-By – Clapton*, Bruge*, Brown*
1977 ITA press Polydor – 2310 571 w/inner sleeve
ITA press w/printed inner sleeve