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Jimi Hendrix: Valleys Of Neptune - 7" Vinyl Single All Analog
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Jimi Hendrix: Valleys Of Neptune - 7" Vinyl Single All Analog

Limited edition 7" 45RPM vinyl release features the previously unreleased studio recordings "Valleys Of Neptune" and "Cat Talking To Me." This limited edition ALL ANALOG, 180gram vinyl single celebrates the March 9, 2010 release of the full-length album Valleys Of Neptune and features the exclusive, non-album release of the B-side single "Cat Talking To Me." This 7" inch single, will be pressed at RTI's world-class facility in Camarillo, CA.

Authentic Hendrix Item Number: 800-001-001
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Release Date: February 9, 2010
Record Label: Experience Hendrix / Legacy Recordings
Format: 7" Vinyl Single
Discs:1 - 7" Vinyl Single

Track Listing:

Disc 1, Side A
1. Valleys Of Neptune 4:00

Disc 1, Side B
1. Cat Talking To Me 3:14
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