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++

 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 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.

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Philadelphia 1970 - 1CD - May 16

Jimi Hendrix

Praying at the Temple

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
May 16, 1970
Audience recording

01 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
02 - Johnny B. Goode
03 - Machine Gun
04 - Lover Man#
05 - Foxy Lady
06 - Red House
07 - Freedom#
08 - Fire
09 - Hear My Train A Comin' « Keep On Groovin'
10 - Purple Haze
11 - Voodoo Child (slight return)

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Norman 1970 - 1CD - May 8

May 8, 1970
University of Oklahoma; Field House
Norman, OK.

unconfirmed title: "Is that you Norman?"

Audience recording

6.5 (G+/VG)

Set list:

Spanish Castle Magic
Machine Gun
Lover Man
Foxy Lady
Hear my Train A Comin’
Message to Love
Star Spangled Banner
Purple Haze
Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Sacramento 1970 - 1CD - April 26

Jimi Hendrix
Cal Expo
Sacramento, California
April 26, 1970

Quality: C/C-

Lover Man
Spanish Castle Magic
Machine Gun
Foxy Lady
Room Full of Mirrors
Ezy Rider
Purple Haze
Stars Spangled Banner
Voodoo Child

Notes: The LA Forum show the night before is very well known, but this gig the following day less so. The sound here is pretty rough. This sounds like it was recorded indoors, but was actually an outdoor gig. The taper must have been in a covered grandstand.

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Los Angeles 1970 - 2CD - April 25

audience recording
artwork included

01 Intro - 2:12
02 Spanish Castle Magic - 4:25 
03 Foxy Lady - 4:24
04 Lover Man - 5:09 
05 Hear My Train A-Comin - 10:06 
06 Message To Love - 5:05
07 Ezy Rider - 4:27
08 Machine Gun - 9:51

01 Room Full Of Mirrors - 3:42
02 Hey Baby - 4:50
03 Villanova Junction - 1:13
04 Drums - 5:23
05 Freedom - 5:41
06 Star Spangled Banner - 2:58
07 Purple Haze - 6:28
08 Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) - 9:04
09 Outro - 3:53

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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in New York 1969 - 1CD - December 31 - soundboard

Jimi Hendrix Band Of Gypsies
Title: Happy New Years Jimi
Dates: December 31, 1969
Venue: The Fillmore East, New York City, New York, US.
Source: Ex Soundbord Recording
Artwork included
01: Intro: Happy New Year 1969/70
    Second Show By Bill Graham
02: Auld Lang Syne
03: Who Knows
04: Stepping Stone
05: Burning Desire
06: Fire
07: Ezy Rider
08: Machine Gun
09: Power Of Soul
10: Stone Free / Sunshine Of Your Love
11: Them Changes

Band Lineup:
Jimi Hendrix: Guitar, Vocals
Buddy Miles: Drums, Vocals
Billy Cox: Bass

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Newport 1969 - 1CD - June 20 - soundboard

Jimi Hendrix
San Fernando Valley State College
Devonshire Downs
Northridge CA
Soundboard Recording
320 kbps
Artwork Included

01. Stone Free
02. Are You Experienced?
03. Villanova Junction
04. Stone Free (part two)
05. Sunshine Of Your Love
06. Fire
07. Hear My Train A Comin'
08. Red House
09. Foxy Lady
10. Like A Rolling Stone
11. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
12. Purple Haze

Jimi Hendrix: guitar, vocal.
Mitch Mitchell: drums
Noel Redding: Bass

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in San Jose 1969 - 1CD & DVD - May 25

The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival)

Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 25.05.69

Complete Show  Aud; 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored

01. Tuning
02. Hear My Train A Comin'
03. Fire
04. Drum Solo
05. Spanish Castle Magic
06. Red House
07. I Don't Live Today
08. Foxy Lady
09. Purple Haze
10. Voodoo Child (slight return)
11. Message To Love > Room Full Of Mirrors >
    Sunshine Of Your Love > Voodoo Child Reprise

including video


RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Toronto 1969 - 1CD - May 3

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Maple Leaf Gardens
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Busted In Toronto
artwork included
audience recording
Venue Records # VE100502

01. Intro 2:12
02. Fire 3:06
03. Getting My Heart Back Together Again 11:47
04. Spanish Castle Magic / Third Stone From The Sun / Drum Solo 8:33
05. Little Miss Lover 4:36
06. Red House 9:51
07. Foxy Lady 6:03
08. Room Full Of Mirrors 8:20
09. Purple Haze 2:40
10. Voodoo Child (slight return) 10:23

RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Dallas 1969 - 1CD - April 20

Jimi Hendrix
Dallas -TX
Very Good Audience

01 Stone Free (fades in)
02 Hear My Train A Comin'
03 Foxy Lady
04 I Don't Live Today
05 Fire
06 Red House
07 Star Spangled Banner_Purple Haze

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in London 1969 - 2CD - February 24

Jimi Hendrix - An Evening With the Jimi Hendrix Experience
Live at the Royal Albert Hall
London 2/24/1969
Purple Haze Records = HAZE007

Disc 1:
1. Hear My Train A Comin' (Afternoon Sound Check)
2. Room Full Of Mirrors (Afternoon Sound Check)
3. Bleeding Heart (Afternoon Sound Check)
4. Concert Intro
5. Lover Man
6. Stone Free
7. Hear My Train A Comin'
8. I Don't Live Today
9. Red House
10.Foxy Lady

Disc 2:
1. Sunshine Of Your Love
2. Bleeding Heart
3. Fire
4. Little Wing (Released on The Jimi Hendrix Experience Boxset, and not included here)
5. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) (Released on The Jimi Hendrix Experience Boxset, and not included here)
6. Room Full of Mirrors
7. Purple Haze
8. Wild Thing
9. Star Spangled Banner

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Munster 1969 - 1CD - January 14

A Magic Time

Halle Munsterland
Munster, Germany
January 14, 1969

A vinyl-to-CD transfer of the bootleg LP transferred by Kees De Lange.

One of the best audience recordings from January '69 European tour.

1. Come On (part 1)
2. Spanish Castle Magic
3. Red House
4. Fire
5. Foxy Lady
6. All Along The Watchtower
7. Hey Joe
8. Voodoo Child
9. Purple Haze


RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Hamburg 1969 - 1CD - January 11

"Hamburg 11.01.69"
Musikhalle, Hamburg

[Almost Complete 2nd Show]
65:58 min.
Aud; 1st or 2nd Gen
artwork included

01. Are You Experienced
02. Johnny B. Goode
03. Spanish Castle Magic
04. Hear My Train A Comin'
05. Fire
06. I Don't Live Today
07. Red House
08. Sunshine Of Your Love
09. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Stockholm 1969 - 2CD - January 9 - early & late show

Jimi Hendrix Stockholm Concert
Purple Haze Records – HAZE003

Disc 1 – First Show January 9, 1969
Konserthuset Stockholm Sweden
01. Introduction
02. Killing Floor
03. Spanish Castle Magic
04. Fire
05. Hey Joe
06. Voodoo Chile
07. Red House
08. Sunshine of Your Love

Disc 2 – Second Show January 9, 1969
Konserthuset Stockholm Sweden
01. Introduction
02. Don’t Live Today
03. Spanish Castle Magic
04. Hey Joe
05. Voodoo Chile
06. Sunshine of Your Love
07. Red House
08. Fire
09. Purple Haze
10. Star Spangled Banner


RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Detroit 1968 - 1CD - November 30

Jimi Hendrix Experience
Cobo Arena
Detroit, Michigan
November 30, 1968

Quality: B-

Spanish Castle Magic
I Don't Live Today
Sunshine Of Your Love
Voodoo Child (slight return)
Red House

Notes: This is the first source of this show which popped up in the early 1980s and I beleive I was among the first to get it. It was originally though to be from May 2, 1969. It has a weird stereo effect, but adds to the ambience. The majority of the 38 minutes here runs fine, but the second part of Voodoo Child and Red House go a bit haywire on the tape. I tried my best to fix the segement, but it still is rough.

The show almost didn't happen. From Noel Redding's diary:

 “November 30 is the date Jimi nearly missed. Mitch and I caught the plane and Jimi never showed. We were met in Detroit by people from Warners and taken to the hotel. [Michael] Jeffery then phoned; “Jimi has freaked out” he says and is refusing to come. I don’t know what Michael said to Jimi but it must have been heavy, for Jimi decides to come at the last minute, though they have to hire a Lear jet to get him there on time. In spite of it all, the show is a good one. Probably played well out of sheer relief.”

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in New York 1968 - 1CD - November 28

Jimi Hendrix
"Live at the Philharmonic" Lp
An Electric Thanksgiving
Philharmonic Hall
New York City
November 28, 1968

Live At Philharmonic Hall (RECORDED: 11/28/68)
Jimi Hendrix (g), Noel Redding (b), Mitch Mitchell (d)
 Recorded in concert at the Philharmonic Hall, New York, NY.

 (1) I Don't Live Today; Waiting for That Train (Hear My Train A Comin')
 (2) Spanish Castle Magic; The Tonight Show-*
  *  = Aired on 7/10/69 from New York City with Flip Wilson as host, Jimi
          does two takes of Lover Man with Billy Cox (b) and a studio drummer.

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Minneapolis 1968 - 1CD - November 2

Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Saturday 2 November 1968

1 Interview by Tony Glover
2 Fire
3 Are you experienced
4 Voodoo child (slight return)
5 Red house
6 Foxy lady
7 Little wing
8 Spanish castle magic
9 Sunshine of your love
10 Star spangled banner
11 Purple haze
12 Interview by Tony Glover

Lineage: 34min, G, Master > 2nd
Recorded by Tony Glover

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Hollywood 1968 - 1CD - September 14

Jimi Hendrix Experience
Hollywood Bowl
Hollywood, CA

Aud 1st Gen

01 Intro
02 Are You Experienced
03 Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
04 Red House
05 Foxy Lady
06 Fire
07 Hey Joe
08 Sunshine Of Your Love
09 I Don't Live Today
10 Little Wing
11 Star Spangled Banner
12 Purple Haze

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Vancouver 1968 - 1CD - September 7

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC, Canada 1968-09-07 AUD

This fantastic late ´68 Hendrix recording was passed on to us by Colin, all thanks have to go to him. He received it on a CDR, and no exact lineage could be verified. Judging from the sound though, this must be very close to the master reel or cassette. Especially the last 3 tracks suffered from severe digital clicks, which were removed using Izotope RX spectral repair. The recording itself sounds very nice and well balanced although a bit distant. But it´s definitely one of the better late 1968 audience tapes.

Jimi and the band are in top form here at Pacific Coliseum, with some of the Hendrix family in attendance for the concert. Wonderful setlist, smoking renditions of Come On, Red House and Little Wing. What can I´s a NEW Hendrix tape making the rounds..Here´s your copy!

Never sell, only trade, pass it on!


01. Intro
02. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
03. Hey Joe
04. Are You Experienced
05. Come on Pt. 1
06. Little Wing
07. Foxy Lady
08. Red House
09. Fire
10. Spanish Castle Magic
11. Purple Haze (cut)

total time: 60:00

Jimi Hendrix - gui & voc
Noel Redding - bass & voc
Mitch Mitchell - drums

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Phoenix 1968 - 1CD - September 4

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Wednesday, September 4, 1968
Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ

 Audience recording

1 Intro
2 Are You Experienced
3 Come On (Part I)
4 Little Wing
5 Voodoo Child (slight return)
6 Fire
7 Spanish Castle Magic
8 Foxy Lady
9 Like A Rolling Stone
10 Sunshine Of Your Love
11 Hey Joe
12 Star Spangled BannerÈ
13 Purple Haze
14 Outro

Jimi Hendrix
Noel Redding
Mitch Mitchell

Audience recording.  Total time 65:02

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Davenport 1968 - 1CD - August 11

Jimi Hendrix Experience .... August 11, 1968
Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A.

Jimi Hendrix (R.I.P.) - guitar & lead vocals
Noel Redding (R.I.P.) - bass & backing vocals
Mitch Mitchell (R.I.P.) - drums

Taper, Taping Gear/Equipment, Transfer, & Trade: ??unknown??
Lineage: "AUD" Trade CDR> (wav) 2013 DAE with EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: vg+ "AUD"
Show Length ("Tape Source"): 6 tracks = 44:52 minutes
Artwork: included.
Samples: none.

Set List:
01 - tuning, (music starts ~1:40m mark) Are You Experienced? (cuts out; 11:04m)
02 - Lover Man
03 - Foxy Lady
04 - Red House
05 - I Don’t Live Today
06 - Fire

Filler track:
August 11, 1968 Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A.
Source: from the Liberated Bootleg "It's Only A Paper Moon" boot cd, Luna label
07 - Are You Experienced? (fades out; 8:52m)

a - The track filenames are as is, because these were received in trade with another show on two discs (as the artwork will show).
b - The venue for the Davenport show was for many years erroneously identified as the Colonial Ballroom.


RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Bologna 1968 - 1CD - May 26

JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE 26.5.1968 Palasport, Piazza Azzarita, Bologna (Italy)
AUDIENCE (Three different sources spliced by M.Motoclassica)

source 1 Mastertape->old dubbing onto another tapedeck with a mic?->first gen tape->CDR
source 2 Mastertape->CDR
source 3 Mastertape->DAT->first gen tape(C60 tdkSA)->CDR

1 intro
2 Fire
3 Hey Joe
4 Stone free
5 Red House
6 Tax Free
7 Purple haze
8 Foxy lady

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in New York 1968 - 1CD - May 5 - late show

Bill Graham Presents The Jimi Hendrix Experience (ATM 093)

Fillmore East, New York City, May 5, 1968 - 2nd Show
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

1. Lover Man
2. Fire
3. Foxy Lady
4. Red House
5. Hey Joe
6. Sunshine Of Your Love
7. Hear My Train A-Comin'
8. Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window
9. Purple Haze
10. Wild Thing

Includes the incomplete "Wild Thing" plus various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from "It's Only A Paper Moon" and "One Night Stand".


RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Montreal 1968 - 1CD - April 2

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
The Paul Suave Arena
Montreal, Quebec

French Kiss
aka. "Montreal Sauvé"

ATM 038 Rev.A / 1999 / 1CDR
Paul Sauvé Arena, Montreal 02.04.68 [Complete Show]; 47:35
Aud; Maste Clone - Digitally Restored & Pitch corrected

notes: Upgrade of ATM 038 "French Kiss"

1. Intro 1:40
2. Killing Floor 3:57
3. Hey Joe 4:41
4. Fire 3:00
5. The Wind Cries Mary 3:44
6. Foxy Lady 4:31
7. I Don't Live Today 5:51
8. Manic Depression 4:40
9. Purple Haze 7:01
10. Wild Thing 6:01

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Cleveland 1968 - 1CD - March 26

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
"Cleveland Rocks AKA Take Off Your Hat"

ATM 074

Public Music Hall
Cleveland, Ohio
March 26th 1968
Late Show

Set List

01 Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
02 Fire
03 I Don't Live Today
04 Red House
05 Foxy Lady
06 Spanish Castle Magic
07 Manic Depression
08 Purple Haze
09 Wild Thing

Complete. Fake Stereo Mix. Some separation created by by using different EQ for each channet.
Aud. 3rd gen or lower. Digitally restored & speed corrected (+1%).

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Milwaukee 1968 - 2CD - February 28 - early & late show

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Live in Milwaukee

ATM 004 / 05.12.1998 / 2CDR
The Scene, Milwaukee, WI 28.02.68
1st Show complete, 2nd Show almost complete Aud; 1st Gen
Master > DAT > Cassette > CDR * - Digitally Restored (Eq'd & edited **)

There's some confusion surrounding the exact lineage for this set, but this is most likely correct.
It is however possible that it's in fact a copy of the Master, with no cassette in the lineage.
** The Raw version of this tape has the following cuts during the 1st Show: Intro has 5 cuts and silence,
"Tax Free" (17) has a short cut and silence at 0.21, and "Red House" (91)
has a short cut and silence at 1.31; These cuts have all been spliced together here.

Disc 1
Early Show

01. Tuning
02. Tax Free
03. Fire
04. Red House
05. Foxy Lady
06. The Wind Cries Mary
07. Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window
08. Purple Haze

Disc 2
Late Show

01. Tuning
02. Bold As Love (Instrumental)
03. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
04. Spanish Castle Magic
05. Stone Free
06. I Don't Live Today
07. Burning Of The Midnight Lamp
08. Foxy Lady
09. Manic Depression
10. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Salen 1968 - 1CD - January 8

Jimi Hendrix
Salen, Sweden
January 8, 1968

Sgt. Pepper
Up From The Skies
Spanish Castle Magic
Foxy Lady
Little Wing
Catfish Blues
The Wind Cries Mary
Purple Haze

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in Hamburg 1967 - 1CD - March 18 - soundboard

Jimi Hendrix
Live At Hamburg
soundboard recording

2-foxy lady
3-hey joe
4-stone free
6-purple haze

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RE-UP: Jimi Hendrix live in London 1967 - 1CD - February 4

Jimi Hendrix Experience
Flamingo Club,
London, UK
February 4, 1967

Jimi Hendrix - Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals
Noel Redding - Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
Mitch Mitchell - Drums



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