All covers have major spine imperfections. Disc inside is undamaged.
Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso & Pressed at RTI!
After multiple appearances on shows like American Bandstand, Hullabaloo and Shindig, Paul Revere & The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay were truly now gaining respect as one of the finest rock bands of the 1960s and beyond. For the next decade and a half, The Raiders released a plethora of albums and well over three dozen 45rpm singles making their catalog as prolific and rocking as you could get.
Often considered one of the best albums of the psych rock era, Midnight Ride features some of The Raiders' biggest hit singles, with their equally important LP tracks. The hard rockin classic includes top smash hits Kicks, Steppin Stone, plus stellar champions like their hard rockin There She Goes, the stellar Ballad For An Unknown Girl, as well as another big hit with Louie, Go Home.
Friday Music announces another fine installment in the Friday Music Series with the first time audiophile stereophonic vinyl release of Midnight Ride.
Now impeccably mastered by Raiders fan and friend Joe Reagoso, this super limited edition album is pressed for a short time at R.T.I. on 180 Gram Audiophile translucent blue vinyl and presented in a first time colorful gatefold cover, which includes rare photos from the Sony Music archives as well as the original art elements youll remember from this amazing 1966 smash album.
"...A dash of Dylan and a roll of stones...Paul...and the colonially clad quintet (seen on 'Where the Action Is') may make whole regiments of fans waver from their British alignments." - Time Magazine
180g Audiophile Vinyl
Translucent Blue Vinyl
Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios
Pressed at RTI
First-time gatefold jacket
Rare photos from the Sony Music archives
Original art elements
2. There's Always Tomorrow
3. Little Girl In The 4th Row
4. Ballad Of A Useless Man
5. I'm Not Your Stepping Stone
6. There She Goes
1. All I Really Need Is You
2. Get It On
3. Louie, Go Home
4. Take A Look At Yourself
5. Melody For An Unknown Girl