Free shipping on domestic orders will be sent in the form of USPS Media Mail.
Any domestic order within the continental USA containing audio hardware will automatically be upgraded to ship via UPS Ground, free of charge, unless an expedited service has already been selected.
USPS Media Mail
This shipping method is a service provided by USPS that may take up to 14 postal days to deliver, although average delivery period is 2-8 days.
On any domestic order within the continental USA containing audio equipment, we will expedite your free shipping method to UPS Ground. This service will deliver within 1-6 business days; Monday through Friday only. No UPS delivery is available on Saturday or Sunday.
Located 40-odd miles west of Detroit, Ann Arbor was a cauldron of social change in the '60s. Radical politics, courtesy of Students for a Democratic Society and John Sinclair's White Panther Party, mixed with a vibrant music scene which featured adventurous acts like Iggy Pop and the Psychedelic Stooges. In the midst of this fervor, local musician George Frayne IV felt the urge to form a country swing/boogie band, of all things. Cobbling together the name Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen from two old sci-fi film serials, Frayne and his compatriots began playing at The Canterbury House and other clubs around town beginning in 1967. After a few years, the band felt the need for a bigger platform prompting a move to San Francisco where they found kindred spirits and many opportunities for live work.
High profile opening gigs and a glowing piece in Rolling Stone led to an opportunity to perform live on KSAN, a pioneer of "Underground FM" radio. Reflecting on the evening, the Commander said, "We had a great time, and anyone could see there was something really going on here-and that was probably why that was the most honest of all our recordings." Recorded in one of KSAN's offices direct to quarter inch tape, it captures a brilliant performance from the band despite the Bayside bacchanal that was happening around them. And what a band! The Commander's pumping piano racing alongside Bill Kirchen's Joe-Maphis-on-steroids guitar led the rest of the band through a set of originals mixed with classic songs from their club days. Working from the original analog tapes, Sundazed has painstakingly mastered this historic performance.
1. Lost in the Ozone 2. Faded Love 3. Seeds and Stems Again 4. Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! 5. Wine Do Yer Stuff 6. 9 Below Zero 7. Midnight Shift 8. Hot Rod Lincoln 9. Git It 10. Gone, Gone, Gone 11. Home In My Hand 12. I Ain't Got Nothin But Time 13. Blues Stay Away From Me 14. Sea Cruise
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl - SealedUsually ships in 2-4 business daysBuy Now
Cannot be combined with any other offers
Cannot be applied to previous orders
"On Sale", Bends, and titles marked "This title is not eligible for discount" excluded.
Some audio equipment not eligible for discount, please call for details (1-877-929-8729)