Tuesday, December 22, 2015

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Silver Blue to Bloody Red volume 1 & 2" - 2CD - outtakes

Jimi Hendrix 
Silver Blue To Bloody Red Volumes 1 & 2
Artwork Included

Silver Blue To Bloody Red - Vol. 1

1. 1983... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)
2. Bold As Love
3. Castles Made Of Sand
4. Wait Until Tomorrow
5. Electric Ladyland
6. Long Hot Summer Night
7. Izabella I 
8. Izabella II 
9. Villanova Junction
10. Drifter's Escape
11. Drifting
12. Freedom
13. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
14. Straight Ahead
15. Izabella III 

Silver Blue To Bloody Red - Vol. 2

1. Hey Joe
2. Hey Joe
3. Foxey Lady
4. Are You Experienced
5. I Dont Live Today
6. Fire
7. You Got Me Floating
8. Spanish Castle Magic
9. Hear My Train 
10. Tax Free
11. Bold As Love
12. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
13. Drifter's Escape
14. White N*gger
15. Hear My Train
16. Hey Baby/Villanova Junction 
17. Freedom
Bonus
18. Post Show Audience Chat (Monterey Pop Festival June 18th, 1967)
19. Are You Experienced Outtake


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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Scandinavia volume 2" - 6CD

Description
A 6 CD Collectors Numbered Limited Edition. Officially licensed from the Michael Jeffery Estate, and individually numbered, only 2000 copies world-wide.


Scandinavia had proved to be an extremely positive and fertile market for the music of Jimi Hendrix. This boxed set contains recordings from two specific tours and although there is only twelve months between the two sets of concerts captured here much had happened to Jimi between the two tours.

The 1969 tour finds Jimi and the Experience heading out on what would be the original Experience’s final tour. The second series of recordings, drawn from 1970, found the band (often billed as the Experience but featuring Jimi, Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox) fresh from the previous day’s massive Isle Of Wight concert performing the first of these concerts in Stockholm. Jimi Hendrix however would be dead in just over two weeks after commencing this brief Scandinavian tour which followed as series of concerts in Germany that had ended in disarray. The two concerts featured in this boxed set of recordings do capture the essence of Jimi Hendrix live and certainly do not show any lessening in his talent either as a song writer or performer and for this reason these recordings are important.


CD1: (56:11) 9th January 1969 Konserthuset Stockholm Sweden
First Show
MC Intro
Jimi’s Intro
Killing Floor
Spanish CastleMagic
Fire
Hey Joe
Voodoo Child
Red House
The Sunshine Of Your Love

CD2: (68:35) 9th January 1969 Konserthuset Stockholm

Second Show
Introduction
I Don’t Live Today
Spanish Castle Magic
Hey Joe
Voodoo Child
The Sunshine Of Your Love
Red House
Fire
Purple Haze
Star Spangled Banner

CD3: (70:45) 10th January 1969 Falkoner Centret Copenhagen Denmark

First Show
Fire/ Foxy Lady
Tax Free
Spanish Castle Magic
Red House
The Sunshine Of Your Love
I Don’t Live Today
Star SpangledBanner
Purple Haze

CD4: (75:31) 10th January 1969 Falkoner Centret

Second Show (segment)
Fire
Voodoo Child
Foxy Lady
Spanish Castle Magic

31st August 1970 Stora Scenen, Grona Lund, Tivoli Garden
Stockholm, Sweden
Jimi’s Introduction
Lover Man
Catfish Blues
Ezy Rider
RedHouse
Come On
Room Full Of Mirrors
Hey Baby
Drum Solo

CD5: (69:33) 31st August 1970 Stora Scenen (continuation)

Drum Solo
Message To Love
Machine Gun
Voodoo Child
In From The Storm
Purple Haze
Foxy Lady

3rd September 1970 K.B. Hallen Copenhagen Denmark
Stone Free-Foxy Lady
Message To Love
Hey Baby
All Along The Watchtower

CD6: (68:07) 3rd September 1970 (continuation)

Machine Gun
Spanish Castle Magic
Ezy Rider
Freedom
Red House
In From The Storm
Purple Haze
Voodoo Child
Hey Joe
Fire

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Scandinavia volume 1" - 6CD

JIMI HENDRIX and the Experience - Scandinavia Vol.1 (6 CD Limited Edition Box Set)

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Presented here are complete concerts sourced from amateur recordings with the exception of the 5th September live radio show which is now in improved sound quality over its previous
release on Stages. What you will hear on these concerts from Sweden and Denmark is the raw energy of those early shows and the excitement of fans perhaps seeing Jimi for the first time
and being blown away by the Experience. You will hear what they heard; you will become part of the audience, you will share their Experience. For us, this more than makes up for what it
might lack in recording quality; we believe these tapes have adequate clarity and deserve release on their own merit. You will also hear occasional problems that Jimi faced with the mismatch
of volume levels between voice and instruments due to inadequate, low-powered public address systems for his vocals and sometimes unreliable guitar amplifiers. Although on first glance the
set-lists look repetitive, one has to bear in mind that Jimi never played the same song in the same way twice. He liked to keep things fresh and was a master of improvisation, hence his love of
jamming.

Disc 1
24TH MAY 1967 : STORA SCENEN
Introduction and Tune-up
Foxy Lady
Rock Me Baby
Hey Joe
Can You See Me
Purple Haze
Wild Thing
Silence
4th SEPTEMBER 1967 : STORA SCENEN
Introduction and Tune-up
Sgt Pepper
Rock Me Baby
Catfish Blues
Hey Joe
Purple Haze
Interview 25th May 1967


Disc 2 - 4th SEPTEMBER 1967 : DANS-IN EVENING SHOW
Introduction and Tune-up
Killing Floor
Foxy Lady
Catfish Blues
Hey Joe
Fire
The Wind Cries Mary
Jimi’s Rap
Purple Haze


Disc 3 - 5th SEPTEMBER 1967 : RADIOHUSET, STOCKHOLM
Sgt Pepper
Fire
The Wind Cries Mary
Foxy Lady
Hey Joe
I Don’t Live Today
Burning of the Midnight Lamp
Purple Haze
Interview 05/09/67
Noel, Mitch and Jimi


Disc 4 - 10th SEPTEMBER 1967 : LUND
Introduction
Sgt Pepper
Foxy Lady
Catfish Blues
Fire
The Wind Cries Mary
Have Mercy
Manic Depression
Purple Haze


11th SEPTEMBER 1967 : STORA SCENEN
Introduction and Tune-up
Foxy Lady
Burning of the Midnight Lamp
Fire
Catfish Blues
Hey Joe
Purple Haze


Disc 5 - 7th JANUARY 1968 : COPENHAGEN
Introduction
Sgt Pepper
Fire
Hey Joe
Catfish Blues
The Wind Cries Mary (aborted)
Purple Haze
Spanish Castle Magic
Wild Thing

Disc 6 - 8th JANUARY 1968 : STOCKHOLM
Introduction and Tune-up
Sgt Pepper
EXP
Up From The Skies
Spanish Castle Magic
Foxy Lady
Little Wing
Fire
Catfish Blues
The Wind Cries Mary
Purple Haze
Interview 08/01/68

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Rare Performances and Jam Sessions" - 3CD

Rare Performances And Jam Sessions
(WatchTower WT 2005146/7/8 / 2005 / 3CD)
[Digital clone of original disc]

(Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 [Hansson & Karlsson Jam] (Sample Tape) / New York City, NY early 1968 [from "The 2nd 10.000 Dollar Tape Sample"] / Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 / Home recording, spring 1968 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Unidentified New York City Night Club apr.1968 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Record Plant, New York City april 1968 (Interview by Michael Rosenbaum) plus Outtakes & Jams 1969-70)

notes:
- Most of the jams and sessions that are featured in this set are incomplete.
- It has not been 100% verified that the Hansson & Karlsson jam portion included in this set is the "real deal", and that these recordings do in fact feature Jimi Hendrix. The complete recording of the Hansson & Karlsson jam from Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 allegedly runs for 4 hr 15 min but remain unreleased / uncirculated.
- The so-called "10.000 Dollar Tape" is a Reel to Reel Tape that was offered for sale on e-bay mid-2002 for $10.000, and later aquired by Experience Hendrix. The Sample tape featured here was made and distributed for demonstration purposes only, so it just consists of fragments of the full tape; Brief snippets of songs that fade in and out, and start and stop abrubtly. The Complete tape is currently not in circulation.
- Refer to Jimpress issue 74, p.31-35 & Jimpress issue 76, p.55-59 for additional info regarding the "10.000 Dollar Tape" Sample.

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Paper Airplanes" - 1CD - various outtakes

Title: Paper Airplanes.
Label: Midnight Beat.
Catalog#: MB CD 025.
Venue: Recording from the Original Studio Tapes .
Recording: Studio recordings - SBD A.
Artwork: Included


Tracklist
1- Message to Love
2- Somewhere [take one]
3- Somewhere [take two]
4- Crash Landing [take one]
5- Crash Landing [take two]
6- Crash Landing [take three]
7- Come Down Hard on Me [take one]
8- Come Down Hard on Me [take two]
9- Peace in Mississippi [take one]
10-Peace in Mississippi [take two]
11-Peace in Mississippi [take three]
12-With the Power [Paper Airplanes]
13-Stone Free
14-Captain Coconut
15-You & Me Blues/ Lover Man

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Friday, December 18, 2015

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Message From Nine To The Universe" - 1CD - 1969 - 1970 outtakes

Jimi Hendrix
"Message From Nine To The Universe"
1969/1970 outtakes
artwork included

01 Nine To The Universe                           
02 Jimi_Jimmy Jam                                 
03 Young_Hendrix Jam                              
04 Easy Blues                                     
05 Drone Blues                                    
06 Midnight Lightning Jam                         
07 Highway Of Broken Dreams                       
08 Lonely Avenue Jam                              
09 Lover Man                                      
10 Trying To Be 

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Let's Drop Some Ludes & Vomit With Jimi" - 1CD - various outtakes

Jimi Hendrix
Let's Drop Some Ludes & Vomit With Jimi
The Record Plant Jams Vol. 2
artwork includedMidnight Beat# MB CD 026


01. Driving South / Everything's Gonna Be Alright
02. Drone Blues
03. Easy Blues
04. Strato Strut
05. I'm A Man - Instrumental
06. I'm A Man - With Vocals
07. Instrumental Jam - Embryonic Version Of Tomorrow Never Knows


Record Plant jams, and some damn good ones, too! In fact, it's 
subtitled "Record Plant Jams Vol.2" (although Strato Strut was recorded 
at Electric Lady).

1. Drivin South/Everything's Gonna Be Alright 
The jam with John McLaughlin (you can barely hear him) -- as in any jam,
parts are absolutely ferocious, and other parts bog down with uninspired
noodling, but the sound quality is great. Sounds almost as if it was
recorded outdoors!

2. Drone Blues 
Despite the track listing, this is actually a tryout version of Night Bird
Flying, without vocals. Sound quality is good here, too, and there are some
smokin' guitar solos.

3. Easy Blues 
A more complete version of the track that was on Nine to the Universe.
Larry Lee plays on this one (as well as Jimi of course) -- a cool, loping
blues.

4. Strato Strut 
Not Strato Strut at all, but Drone Blues, I believe. An uptempo instrumental.

5. I'm A Man (instrumental) 
Part of a jam with Buddy Miles (no bass player at all), in which parts
sound like Calling All Devil's Children.

6. I'm A Man (with vocals) 
An early tryout/jam of Stepping Stone.

7. Instrumental Jam 
Listed as "Embryonic version of Tomorrow Never Knows", this is a long
meandering jam -- there are two guitars here but I'm not sure who the
second guitarist might be.

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Let Your Mind and Fancy Roll On" - 1CD - 1967 outtakes & interview

Jimi Hendrix
"Let Your Mind And Fancy Roll On"
recorded at Jimi's Apartment, december 1967

01 Intro_Foxy Lady
02 Intro_Catfish Blues (Cat's Squirrel)
03 Purple Haze (Take 1)
04 Purple Haze (Take 2)
05 Purple Haze (Take 3)
06 Interview, Part 1
07 Interview, Part 2
07 Interview, Part 3

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "First Steps" - 4CD - various outtakes

Jimi Hendrix
First Steps
artwork included

Disc One
01 Intro~Killing Floor
02 Hey Joe
"Musicorama", L'Olympia, Paris, France, October 18, 1966
03 Hey Joe (Instrumental)
04 Hey Joe
De Lane Lea Studios, London, UK, October 23, 1966
05 Can You See Me (Demo)
De Lane Lea Studios, London, UK, November 2, 1966
06 Can You See Me
CBS Studios, London, UK, December 13, 1966
07 51st Anniversary
De Lane Lea Music Recording Studios, London, UK, January 11, 1967
08 Fire
09 The Wind Cries Mary
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, February 3, 1967
10 Purple Haze
11 No No No No (La-Pouppee-Qui-Fait-Non)
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, February 7, 1967
12 I Don't Live Today
13 I Don't Live Today
14 Red House
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, February 23, 1967
15 Hey Joe
16 Purple Haze
"Beat Club", Marquee Club, London, UK, March 2, 1967
17 Foxy Lady
18 Hey Joe
19 Stone Free
20 Fire
21 Purple Haze
"Twen Club", NDR Funkhaus Studio 1, Hamburg, Germany, March 18, 1967

Disc Two
01 Manic Depression
02 Remember
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, March 29, 1967
03 Are You Experienced?
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, April 3, 1967
04 She's So Fine
05 Taking Care Of No Business
06 Cat Talkin' To Me
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, May 4, 1967
07 Stone Free
08 Hey Joe
09 Purple Haze
"Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany, May 18, 1967
10 The Wind Cries Mary
11 Purple Haze
"Popside", Stockholm, Sweden, May 24, 1967
12 The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice (Acetate)
Mayfair Studios, New York, NY, July 6, 1967
13 Little Miss Lover (Acetate)
Mayfair Studios, New York, NY, July 29, 1967
14 You Got Me Floatin'
15 One Rainy Wish
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, October 3, 1967
16 Little One
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, October 5, 1967
17 Foxy Lady
18 The Wind Cries Mary
19 Rock Me Baby
20 Purple Haze
"Musicorama", L'Olympia Theatre, Paris, France, October 9, 1967

Disc Three
01 Wild Thing
"Musicorama", L'Olympia Theatre, Paris, France, October 9, 1967
02 South Saturn Delta
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, October 25, 1967
03 Wait Until Tomorrow
04 Ain't No Telling
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, October 26, 1967
05 Spanish Castle Magic
06 Instrumental Jam
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, October 27, 1967
07 Castles Made Of Sand
08 Bold As Love
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, October 29, 1967
09 Dream (Acetate)
10 Dance (Acetate)
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, December 20, 1967
11 Crosstown Traffic
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, December 21, 1967
12 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
13 Foxy Lady
14 Wild Thing
Olympia Theatre, London, UK, December 22, 1967
15 All Along The Watchtower
Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, January 21, 1968
16 Long Hot Summer Night (Demo)
Record Plant, New York, NY, April 18, 1968
17 Little Miss Strange
Record Plant, New York, NY, April 20, 1968
18 1983... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) (Demo)
19 1983... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)
Record Plant, New York, NY, April 23, 1968

Disc Four
01 Gypsy Eyes
02 Gypsy Eyes
Record Plant, New York, NY, April 24, 1968
03 House Burning Down (Acetate)
Record Plant, New York, NY, May 1, 1968
04 Three Little Bears
05 Cherokee Mist
Record Plant, New York, NY, May 2, 1968
06 Voodoo Chile
07 Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
Record Plant, New York, NY, May 3, 1968
08 Rainy Day, Dream Away~Raining Still Dreaming (Rainy Day, Dream Away)
09 Rainy Day Shuffle
Record Plant, New York, NY, June 10, 1968
10 Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)
Record Plant, New York, NY, June 15, 1968
11 ...And The Gods Made Love
Record Plant, New York, NY, June 29, 1968
12 Come On (Part 1)
Record Plant, New York, NY, August 27, 1968

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "The February 1969 sessions" - 1CD

THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE
February 1969 Sessions

Compilation of all circulating February 1969 studio recordings in the best available quality
This collection continues the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix as started on ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience"
and ATM 158-160 "Axis: Bold as Love - The Sessions", and picks up where ATM 180-183 "TTG Studios october 1968" leaves off.
Thanks to Hans-Peter Johnsen

1. It's Too Bad - Record Plant, February 11
2. It's Too Bad
3. It's Too Bad
4. World Traveller
5. Duane Hitchings Jam
6. Crying Blue Rain - Olympic Studios, February 16
7. Room Full Of Mirrors
8. Shame Shame Shame
9. Lover Man
10. Sunshine Of Your Love
11. Spanish Castle Magic - Olympic Studios, February 17
12. Hear My Train A-Comin'
13. Noel's Tune - Olympic Studios, February 26

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Everyway To Paradise" - 4CD - various outtakes

Jimi Hendrix
"Everyway To Paradise"
 4CD Boxed Set
Artwork included

DISC 1
01 - Earth Blues (instrumental)
02 - Look Over Yonder
03 - Room Full of Mirrors
04 - Electric Indians
05 - Voodoo Blues
06 - Cactus
07 - Driving South Jam

DISC 2
01 - America The Beautiful
02 - Cherokee Mist
03 - Valleys of Neptune
04 - Martin Luther King
05 - Home Acoustic Jam
06 - Gypsy Sunset
07 - Valleys of Neptune

DISC 3

01 - Where Some
02 - Seven Dollars In My Pocket
03 - Instrumental Jam
04 - Calling All Devil's Children
05 - Easy Blues
06 - Little Drummer Boy ƒ Silent Night
07 - Denny Boy
08 - Tomorrow Never Know

DISC 4

01 - The Things I Used To Do
02 - Untitled Jam
03 - Ain't To Proud To Beg
04 - Shame, Shame, Shame
05 - Jungle Jam
06 - Jazz Jimi Jazz
07 - Little One (take 1)
08 - Little One (take 2)
09 - Demo Outtake (with Robert Wyatt)
10 - Gloomy Monday (with Curtis Knight, takes 1&2)

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Drinking Wine, Sipping Time" - 1CD - September 1969 outtakes

Jimi Hendrix - Drinking Wine Sipping Time
Publisher: Archived Traders Material
Reference :ATM-044
Date :1999
Quality :Very good /Excellent
Total duration: 68:24
 Artwork: Included

Comments
Recorded at Jimi's House,Shokan,NY,July-Sepetember 1969 plus Mike Ehpron sessions Jimi's House,Shokan,NY,13/9/1969.

Outtakes 1969

01. Drinking Wine ( Key To The Highway ) (Jimi Hendrix)  8.22
02. Juma Jam (unknown)  13.14
03. Summer Jam (Jimi Hendrix)  4.30
04. Jimi's Tune (Jimi Hendrix)  4.37
05. Villanova Junction (Jimi Hendrix)  10.23
06. Here Come The Sun (unknown)  4.49
07. Drinking Wine (Jimi Hendrix)  6.12
08. Message To The Universe (Jimi Hendrix)  2.17
09. Jam With Mitch Mitchell (unknown)  12.31
10. Stepping Stone (Jimi Hendrix)  1.29


RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Crash Landing" - 1CD - various outtakes

Jimi Hendrix - Crash Landing
Master Reels & Outtakes

artwork included

1-3. Coming Down Hard On Me Baby - July 14, 1970
4-6. Crash Landing - April 24, 1969
7-9. Somewhere - March 6, 1968
10-12. Peace In Mississippi - October 24, 1968
13-14. With The Power - January 16, 1970
15. Stone Free Again April 7, 1969
16. Message To Love - December 19, 1969
17. M.L.K. (Captain Coconut) - January 23, 1970

Tracks:
 1-3: Electric Lady Studios, New York
 4-6, 13-17: Record Plant, New York
 7-9: Sound Center, New York
 10-12: TTG Studios, New York


RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Calling Long Distance" - 1CD - various live soundboards

Jimi Hendrix
Title: Calling Long Distance
Source: Vg+ ~ Ex Soundboard Recording
Artwork: Included

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01: The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp - Stockholm 9/11/67
02: Little Miss Lover - Studio Outtake 10/67
03: Foxy Lady - Holland 11/10/67
04: Catfish Blues - Holland 11/10/67
05: Purple Haze - Canada 3/19/68 2nd Show
06: Fire - Miami Pop 5/18/68
07: Getting My Heart Back - Miami Pop 5/18/68
08: Spanish Castle Magic - Winterland, SF 10/11/68 2nd Show
09: Slow Walkin' Talk - Robert Wyatt Outtake 10/68
10: Hendrix / Cox Jam - Electric Lady Studios 1970
11: Hey Baby - Copenhagen 9/11/70
12: Red House - Copenhagen 9/11/70

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Box Of Gypsys volume 2 - Revised" - 3CD

BAND OF GYPSYS
Box of Gypsys Vol.2 - Revised (Rev.A: ATM 066/218/219/069/070/071)

The Complete Live recordings by the Band Of Gypsys compiled from the best available sources on 6CD

Extraordinary Archives Traded Material series of the highest quality Hendrix recordings available in traders'
circuits.

All recordings in the ATM series are taken from the lowest generation masters available, and they
have all been digitally restored unless otherwise indicated.

Thanks to Hans-Peter Johnsen

Disc 4: Fillmore East, New York City, January 1, 1970 - 1st Show

1. Intro / Who Knows
2. Machine Gun
3. Them Changes
4. Power Of Soul
5. Stepping Stone
6. Foxy Lady
7. Stop
8. Earth Blues

Disc 5:Fillmore East, New York City, January 1, 1970 - 2nd Show

1. Stone Free
2. Them Changes
3. Power Of Soul
4. Message To Love
5. Earth Blues
6. Machine Gun
7. Burning Desire

Disc 6:

1. Voodoo Child
2. We Gotta Live Together
3. Wild Thing
4. Hey Joe
5. Purple Haze

Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York, January 28, 1970

6. Intro
7. Who Knows
8. Earth Blues

Madison Square Garden show was aborted after two songs had been played.

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Sunday, November 15, 2015

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in New York 1968 - 1CD - May 10 - soundboard

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Source: soundboard
Title: “It´s Only A Papermoon"
Length: 69:14min
Artwork: Included

Fillmore East, New York, 10th May 1968 (date 10th March 1968 on artwork is wrong)
1) Lover Man
2) Fire
3) Foxy Lady
4) Red House
5) Hey Joe
6) Sunshine Of Your Love ~ Hear My Train A-Comin´(a.k.a. "Getting My Heart Back Together Again")
7) Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window
8) Purple Haze
(db.etree.org has "Wild Thing" as last song, missing here)
Length 1-8: 53:17min

additional tracks:

Col Ballrom, Davenport, IA, 11th August 1968
9) Are You Experienced
Length: 8:52min

San José Pop Festival, Santa Clara, CA, 25th May 1969
10) I Don´t Live Today
Length: 7:05min

Length tracks 1-10: 69:14min
Personal:
James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix: Vocals, Guitar
Noel Redding: Bass
Mitch Mitchell: Drums


RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in New York 1968 - 1CD - March 2 - late show

THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE: HUNTER COLLEGE 1968

Hunter College, New York City, NY 2 march 1968; 2nd Show
Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally restored, Phase & Speed corrected

1 "Tax Free" (5)
2 "Foxy Lady" (22)
3 "Like A Rolling Stone" (5)
4 "Killing Floor" (11)
5 "Red House" (14)

Total time: 25:24

The "best" previously circulated version of this recording was formerly believed to be a master clone, but new info shows that this is not correct. Recordings such as the one included on ATM 039 "Hunter / Hilton" are in fact just 2nd Gen at best, so this 1st Gen version IS an upgrade, and the "best" version currently in circulation. The reason for the Master / 2nd Gen confusion was probably that the lineage of the old recording was listed as DAT Master > CDR. However, this so-called "DAT Master" wasn't actually a real Master, but merely a DAT copy of a 2nd Gen tape (at best). Anyway: There's no new music here compared to old version, but the recording starts a few seconds earlier, so it's marginally longer. As was the case with the Fillmore East 1968 upgrade, this recording has been doing the rounds at JPIO this summer.

Artwork included.

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Thursday, November 5, 2015

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Box Of Gypsys volume 1 - revised" - 3CD

BAND OF GYPSYS - Box of Gypsys Vol.1 - Revised (Rev.A: ATM 066/218/219/069/070/071)

The Complete Live recordings by the Band Of Gypsys compiled from the best available sources on 6CD's. This revised version of ATM 066-071 "Box of Gypsys" incorporates approx. 9 min's of additional material from Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; The revision only concerns Discs 2 & 3, and this set is in effect just the original "Box of Gypsys" set with Discs 2 & 3 replaced by ATM 218-219 "Band of Gypsys: Goodbye to '69".If you already have the original set, you just need to replace these 2 discs in order to upgrade to the revisedversion.
Extraordinary Archives Traded Material series of the highest quality Hendrix recordings available in traders' circuits.
All recordings in the ATM series are taken from the lowest generation masters available, and they have all beendigitally restored unless otherwise indicated.

Thanks to Hans-Peter Johnsen

Disc 1: Fillmore East, New York City, December 31, 1969 - 1st Show

1. Intro
2. Power Of Soul
3. Lover Man
4. Hear My Train A Comin'
5. Them Changes
6. Izabella
7. Machine Gun
8. Stop
9. Ezy Rider
10. Bleeding Heart
11. Earth Blues
12. Burning Desire

Disc 2: Fillmore East, New York City, December 31, 1969 - 2nd Show

1. Introduction
2. Auld Lang Syne
3. Who Knows
4. Stepping Stone
5. Burning Desire
6. Fire
7. Ezy Rider
8. Machine Gun
9. Power Of Soul
10. Stone Free

Disc 3:

1. Them Changes
2. Message To Love
3. Stop
4. Foxy Lady
5. Voodoo Child
6. Purple Haze

                                        

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "The BBC DAT Masters" - 2CD

# BBC DAT Masters (JellyCat 251007 / 25.10.2007 / 2CDR)

(BBC Sessions, London 1967; See tracklist for details.) Sbd; BBC DAT Masters > CDR

Disc 1: "Saturday Club", BBC Broadcasting House, London 13.02.67:

"Foxy Lady" (3) /
"Stone Free" (3) /
"Hey Joe" (5) /
"Love Or Confusion" (3) /
"Foxy Lady" (4) /
"Hey Joe" (5) /

"Top Gear", BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 06.10.67:

Brian Matthew intro > "Fire" (5) /
"Purple Haze" (6) /
"Killing Floor" (1) /
"Ain't Too Proud To Beg" /
"Midnight Hour" /
"Little Miss Lover" (4) /
"Drivin' South" (2) /
"Drivin' South" (14) /
"Catfish Blues" (1) /
"The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (5) /
"Hound Dog" (1)

Disc 2: "Rhythm And Blues", BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 17.10.67:

Alexis Korner intro > "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" (1) /
"Hoochie Coochie Man" (1) /
"Drivin' South" (3) /

"Top Gear", BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 15.12.67:

"Radio One" /
"Spanish Castle Magic" (5) /
"Day Tripper" (3) /
"Hear My Train A-Comin'" (2) /
"Hear My Train A-Comin'" (3) /
"Wait Until Tomorrow" (4) /
Interviews: BBC Broadcasting House, London 13.02.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC Radio "Saturday Club") >
Cumberland Hotel, London 11.09.70 (Interview by Keith Altham for the "Record Mirror" Magazine)

notes:
- The material featured on these discs are verified digital copies of BBC's DAT Masters. These are the raw sources; Nothing has been done to them and nothing has been left out.

- There's no idex mark between the Brian Matthew 13.02.67 interview and the Keith Altham 11.09.70 interview.
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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Bob Terry Studio Tapes 20 & 22" - 1CD

Jimi Hendrix
Bob Terry Studio Tapes 20 & 22

1-7 BT tape #22

8-10 BT tape #20


01 Bolero
02 Power Of Soul
03 Jam
04 Send My Love To Linda
05 Lonely Avenue Inst.
06 Valleys Of Neptune Inst.
07 Manish Boy Session
08 Ezy Rider Inst.
09 Crosstown Traffic
10 Earth Blues

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Axis Bold As Love Sessions" - 1CD - Sotheby's auction tapes

Jimi Hendrix Experience
1968.xx.xx - Axis Bold As Love sessions

Sotheby's auction tapes
Auctioned at Sotheby Dec 22, 1981


01 - Jazz Jimi Jazz
02 - Electric Ladyland (blues)
03 - She's So Fine
04 - Castles Made Of Sand
05 - Spanish Castle Magic (inst)
06 - South Saturn Delta
07 - Electric Ladyland (drums)
08 - Wait Until Tomorrow
09 - Ain't No Telling
10 - Little One (1)
11 - Little One (2)
12 - Golden Rose
13 - Bold As Love
14 - EXP
15 - Up From The Skies

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Notes from jonsatticuk:

These tracks, also known as the Axis Outtakes, nearly never made it past Kathy Etchingham's dustbin. Luckily they were retrieved and ended up in an auction at Sotheby’s in December 1981. Since then they have turned up in various guises on collector’s lists and of course have been treated to the usual shabby mangling on various bootleg releases.

Over the years I've had various copies of these tracks from terrible to very good. These however are the best I have ever come across and were supplied to me by a very reliable source who told me he had managed to track down and obtain a dub from the masters on DAT. Given the quality I have no reason to doubt his claim.

Full 8 page booklet included

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Axis Outtakes" - 2CD

Artist: Jimi Hendrix
Album: Axis Outtakes
Label: Purple Haze (HAZE002)

Description:
2 Disc Bootleg Release of Outtakes from Axis, Bold as Love sessions.

DISC ONE
  1.  Spanish Castle Magic
  2.  Little Wing
  3.  You've Got Me Floating
  4.  She's So Fine
  5.  Little Miss Lover
  6.  Bold As Love
  7.  Takin' Care of No Business
  8.  South Saturn Delta
  9.  Cat Talkin' To Me
 10.  The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice
 11.  Takin' Care of No Business

DISC TWO
  1.  Dream
  2.  Dance
  3.  Little One (Take 1)
  4.  Little One (Take 2)
  5.  Driving South
  6.  Jazz Jimi Jazz
  7.  Tax Free
  8.  Somewhere
  9.  Cherokee Mist
 10.  Three Little Bears

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "At His Best" - 2CD - 1969 Mike Ephron Sessions

JIMI HENDRIX
At His Best: Mike Ephron Sessions (ATM 193-194)

Jimi's House, Shokan, New York, September 13, 1969
Extraordinary Archives Traded Material series of the highest quality Hendrix recordings available in traders' circuits.
All recordings in the ATM series are taken from the lowest generation masters available, and they have all been digitally restored unless otherwise indicated.
Thanks to Hans-Peter Johnsen

Disc 1:
1. Jam 1 - Part 1: Gypsy Boy > New Rising Sun (aka Young Jimi)
2. Jam 1 - Part 2: Free Thunder
3. Jam 1 - Part 3: Swift's Wing
4. Jam 1 - Part 4: Down Mean Blues
5. Fried Cola
6. Jam 2: Feels Good
7. Monday Morning Blues
8. Jam 3: Lift-Off
9. Jam 4: Madagascar

Disc 2:
1. Key To The Highway (aka Jimi Is Tender Too)
2. Cave Man Bells
3. Stepping Stone (aka She Went to Bed With My Guitar)
4. Villanova Junction (aka Strokin' A Lady On Each Hip)
5. Earth Blues (aka Giraffe)
6. Baby Chicken Strut

This set features all material found on the 4 Sagapan LPs "Jimi Hendrix At His Best Vol. 1-3" and "This Flyer".
The original recordings were edited and spread across these albums (and others) in a variety of mixes.
Here the tracks have been spliced back together to create as complete as possible songs/jam.

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix "Acoustic Jams" - 2CD - various outtakes

Jimi Hendrix
Acoustic Jams
Sphinx Records

Disc 1

01. Long Hot Summer Night I
02. Long Hot Summer Night II
03. Long Hot Summer Night III
04. 1983...A Merman I Should Turn To Be I
05. 1983...A Merman I Should Turn To Be II
06. Angel
07. Cherokee Mist
08. Astro Man
09. Money (That's what I want)
10. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) / Keep On Groovin'
11. Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)
12. Hear My Train A Comin'
13. Voodoo Child
14. Gypsy Eyes
15. Beginnings

Disc 2

01. Little Miss Strange
02. Instrumental
03. Three Little Bears
04. Gypsy Eyes
05. 1983...A Merman I Should Turn To Be
06. Jam
07. Drifting
08. Drifting
09. Look Over Yonder
10. Sending My Love To Linda
11. Drifting
12. Belly Button Window
13. Freedom
14. Valleys Of Neptune
15. Cherokee Mist
16. Acoustic Jam


Long Summer Night 1 & 2 (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
1983... (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
Angel (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
Cherokee Mist (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
Astro Man;Valleys Of Neptune (Solo (Jimi's Shokan house; NY) Autumn 1969)
Money (Jimi, Jim McCarty? (Jimi's Shokan house; Shokan, NY) Autumn 1969)
Voodoo Chile (complete) (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
Come On (Experience (Record Plant; New York City, NY) 8-27-68)
Hear My Train (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Experience (Record Plant; New York City, NY) 5-3-68, take 4)
Gypsy Eyes 1 & 2 (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
Beginnings (Jimi, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox, Juma Sultan (Electric Lady; New York City, NY) 6-16-70 and/or 7-1-70)
Little Miss Strange (Experience (Record Plant; New York City, NY) 4-22-68)
Three Little Bears (instrumental) (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
Gypsy Eyes (Solo (Jimi's Apartment; New York City, NY 1968)
1983... (Solo (Solo (Jimi's apartment; New York City, NY) early 1968)
Drifting (Jimi, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox (Electric Lady; New York City, NY) 6 or 7-70)
Mr. Bad Luck (Look Over Yonder) (Experience (Olympic Sound; London, England) 5-4-67)
Send My Love To You (Send My Love Yo Linda) (Solo 1969)
Drifting (Jimi, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox (Electric Lady; New York City, NY) 6 or 7-70)
Belly Button Window (Jimi, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox (Electric Lady; New York City, NY 7-23-70)
Freedom (Jimi, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox (Electric Lady; New York City, NY) 6-70)
Valley Of Neptune (Jimi, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox (Electric Lady; New York City, NY) 6 or 7-70)
Cherokee Mist (Jimi, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox (Electric Lady; New York City, NY) 6 or 7-70)
Acoustic Jam (Jimi, Mitch Mitchell (Jimi's apartment?; New York City, NY) 1969?)

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Saturday, October 31, 2015

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Berlin 1970 - 1CD - September 4

Jimi Hendrix
Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Germany
September 4, 1970
artwork included

Straight Ahead
Spanish Castle Magic
Sunshine Of Your Love
Hey Baby
Message Of Love
Machine Gun
Purple Haze
Red House
Foxy Lady
Ezy Rider
Hey Joe
Power Of Soul
Lover Man
Power Of Soul / Lover Man

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Aarhus 1970 - 1CD - September 2

Jimi Hendrix
Vejlby Risskov Hall
Aarhus, Denmark
September 2, 1970

Quality: B++

 Intro
 Freedom
 Message to Love
 Hey Baby/Drum solo

Jimi Hendrix: Guitar, vocals
Mitch Mitchell: drums
Bill Cox: bass

Notes: (Based on Chris Dixon's "Ask the Axis" site and Tony Brown's `The Final Days')

This a date that lives in infamy in Jimi's legend, for the concert is cut short when Jimi proves to be in no shape to play, due to some unknowable combination of physical illness, fatigue and lifestyle. Jimi had his 'off days' like anyone, but only once before did a concert have to be prematurely cut short, that being the last Band of Gypsys performance at Madison Square Garden in NYC on 1/28/70. There are any number of reports of why Jimi was in this condition, how he acted before the show ("I am not sure I will live to be 28 years old") and after the show ("It's winter and the tracks are easy to follow...now the seaons have have changed, I've lost the track."

It's amazing that this recording even exists, Aarhus being a smaller town in Denmark. Yet someone faithfully brought along their tape deck and made quite an excellent recording, capturing all the instruments and Jimi's voice quite well.

Jimi greets the crowd by asking "Are you doing all right?" and that point the taper starts his machine and we here Jimi's follow up.... "I said are you doing all right?" The crowd responds with a cheer to which Jimi responds "Thank god, thank God" then asks for "...a minute to try and tune up". After a pause he says "Welcome to the electric circus, our first song will be called 'Freedom'..." Jimi's voice does sound a little different, a little slurred with a noticable difference in his distinctive cadence. He begins 'Freedom' a bit too slow and starts missing chords almost immediately. He starts singing at :40 but fumbles for the words, singing only about two words out of both the second verse and chorus. He manages a little soloing at 2:45 but the bridge is pretty rough. The songs ends, on a wrong chord, at about 5:00. Not a good start. Jimi follows up by saying "That's where freedom is at...right on..", his voice trailing off.

He dedicates the next song to "The world, the galaxy, space.." and says "it's a thing called...let me get it right..". He begins counting up the frets to the starting chord and is heard counting then said "lost track" an old joke of his, showing he still has a sense of humor even if he is not feeling well.

He tries to tune up a bit and after a few moments of dead air the audience begins rhythmically clapping and Jimi then shuts them up by playing a couple of chords. After an uncomfortable silence Jimi says "Actually I forgot what I was here for...oh right, 'Message to Love' ". This number fares the best of the night, though it's still just barely hanging in there. The climbing intro goes OK, but Jimi hits a wrong chord afterward then lingers on the root chord for a couple of extra bars. He waits almost 1:45 before starting the vocals. He remembers more words than not, but each line is invariably delayed, showing him to be literally out of sync. Most of the composed riffs seem to come to him instinctively and he wisely doesn't try too many embellishments. At 2:25 he starts soloing but soon switches to longer sustained single notes, tentatively trying a few faster runs. At 3:25 the ever supportive Billy improvises a climbing variation on the riff as Jimi continues soloing. He holds it together, but barely, quoting Power of Soul (as he had the previous night) briefly at 4:35. He goes back to the main riff at 5:30, attempting one word of the last verse, then starting it over. At 6:45 he does the bridge. It starts OK but Jimi gets off rhythm. Does some of the "Everybody, come alive..." words and at least they all get out of the bridge at the same time! A little more soloing and he slurs the final ascending riff to an E chord...

...sneaking in a little tuning and trying some moving figures around the E as he had done in many a jam leading into 'Hey Baby'. Mitch and then Billy fall into the slow groove behind Jimi, but at 1:25 Mitch stops and Jimi does a few tentative single note lines and flamenco-style pull offs and runs. At 2:30 he starts the 'Hey Baby' intro proper, dropping a chord or two but regaining a little momentum with a slightly fuller tone. The intro ends at 3:50 and Jimi does a few clipped chords with the Univibe, then a trill and a few strums of the Am root chord for HB, then he stops playing at 4:20. Mitch picks it up with a drum solo as, reportedly, Jimi leaves the stage (he's also pictured sitting down on the stage at one point). Mitch soldiers on for about 3 more minutes, pounding out a solo which is met with cheers. The tape ends and Jimi never returned to the stage.

 Backstage Jimi told the promoter that he was sick and couldn't play anymore and that he wanted no payment and promised to come back within a month and play a free show.

  "I got to the dressing room," said Otto Fewser, the hall manager. "Hendrix collapsed in my arms and we sat him upon a chair. He was cold, a cold fever, they asked for cocaine. `We have not cocaine,' I said."

 By this point in the tour Jimi had played four nights in a row and was battling a fever and cold. His comment: "Why I work so hard, I wish I knew" made during this tour is apropos. And there would be no rest...he played Copenhagen the following night, and as if to makeup for Aarhus, played one of his most amazing shows ever there...
                   
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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live at Isle Of Wight 1970 - 2CD - August 30

Isle of Wight, East Afton Downs, England 8/30/70 (30/8/70)

Speed-Corrected to actual concert speed, equal to the "Blue Wild Angel"
Release from Experience Hendrix inc. If you have not "Experienced" this concert before, check out
the SOUNDBOARD recording and DVD available from Experience Hendrix. But if you have..

This is a "ok" audience recording in my books. Vocals are rather drained out at times where Jimi has
his guitar at full blast, drums are somewhat in the back, and Billy Cox's bass lines are somewhat "in
the background", blending in with Jimi's guitar. The guitar is actually in rather good quality, allowing
you to really decipher Jimi's guitar licks. Some tracks were split into numerous "Mini-Tracks", for example
Machine Gun being split into 4+ parts, these tracks have been added back together to make the full
track (with the exception of God Save The Queen and the following Drum Solo).

P.S.  Check for Experience Hendrix's RUTHLESS CUT on Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) that COMPLETELY disrupts the flow of the song, and for no appareant reason.. This OF COURSE is the full song, which is beautiful.

1. Intro
2. God Save The Queen
3. Drum Solo
4. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
5. Spanish Castle Magic
6. All Along The Watchtower
7. Machine Gun
8. Lover Man
9. Freedom
10. Red House
11. Dolly Dagger
12. Midnight Lightning
13. Foxy Lady
14. Message To Love
15. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
16. Ezy Rider
17. Hey Joe
18. Purple Haze
19. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
20. In From The Storm

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Baltimore 1970 - 1CD - June 13

Civic Center, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Saturday 13 June 1970 stereo audience source

1 Pass it on
2 Lover man
3 Machine gun
4 Ezy ryder (drop-outs at 0.33-36, not on master)
5 Red house
6 Message to love (drop-outs at 2.39-40 on master?)
7 Hey joe
8 Freedom
* (circa 1 sec cut)
9 Getting my heart back together (start slightly cut)
10 Room full of mirrors
11 Foxy lady
12 Purple haze
   Star spangled banner
13 Voodoo child (slight return) /
   Keep on groovin'

This disc is unknown gen, but MUCH better quality than ATM117 which is supposed to be 1st gen (which it probably isn't or has been badly eq'd). The drop-outs on Ezy Ryder are unfortunately on this dub only, they are not present on other copies thus not on the master.
artwork included in download.