The 13th Floor Elevators - You And I And Me [2CD] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. You're Gonna Miss Me
2. Gloria
3. Before You Accuse Me
4. Thru the Rhythm
5. Kingdom of Heaven
6. You Don't Know
7. The Word
8. Splash 1
9. Fire Engine
10. She Lives (In a Time of Her Own)
11. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
12. I'm Gonna Love You Too
13. (I've Got) Levitation
14. Monkey Island
15. Don't Fall Down
16. Reverberation
17. Roller Coaster
18. Tried to Hide
19. Radio Commerical


1. Ksan 4/1/78 with Roky Erikson (#1)
2. Roll Over Beethoven
3. You Really Got Me
4. Don't Shake Me Lucifer
5. The Lonsome Death of Hattie Carroll
6. Lay Down Your Weary Tune
7. I'll Sing for You
8. Honey Give Me One More Chance
9. Hide Behind the Sun
10. Colors
11. The Chimes of Freedom
12. Catch the Wind
13. Baby Let Me Follow You Down
14. When My Ship Comes in
15. Interview with Roky Erikson (#2)

More Info:

2 CDS SPECIAL EDITION. 'Far-reaching, eloquent, f*ked and beautiful - the greatest rock 'n' roll in the world.' J Spaceman, Spiritualized. With the passing of The 13th Floor Elevators' leader Roky Erickson on May 31, 2019, the psychedelic rock innovator left behind a rock 'n' roll legacy like no other. For over fifty years, Erickson remained one of music's true enigmas, battling years of mental illness and poverty, while making some of the most electrifying and transcendent sounds ever recorded. His songs tell the real-life tale of a man who went from being the 19-year-old heart-throb lead singer of one of the world's first psychedelic groups to being incarcerated in a high security psychiatric institution. The Elevators, have been called the originators of psychedelic music. They were certainly the first to apply the word to disorientating, acid-warped rock, influencing the likes of Janis Joplin (who almost joined) and the Grateful Dead, and later covered by REM, Primal Scream, the Jesus and Mary Chain and even ZZ Top. You might recognize the Elevators' incendiary first single, You're Gonna Miss Me, from the opening scene of High Fidelity. This collection brings together tracks from the Elevators 1966 performances in San Francisco and Houston, plus bonus tracks from Roky's solo performances in the early '70s. A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THIS RECORD WILL BE DONATED TO THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS.