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Armel
03-04-09, 05:12 PM
The Woodstock Rehearsals (ATM 003 / 01.09.1998 / 1CDR)

(Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan july-sept.1969 plus Outtakes 1969)
Low Gen
Flac

Thanks to Pali gap for sharing

http://i464.photobucket.com/albums/rr5/brunoarmel/back-1.jpg?t=1236204675

Tracklist:
"Easy Blues" (1) / "Sundance" (2) / "Message To Love" (3) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (13i) / "Lover Man" (21-22) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (33) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (39) / "Izabella / Machine Gun Jam" (JA6) / "Univibe Jam" (JA7) / "Message To Love" (48) / "Mannish Boy (46-47) / "Izabella" (19) / "You Make Me Feel" (1)
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Jimi_Uchihaeyez
03-04-09, 06:28 PM
I look forward to this one. Thanks man.

Rainy Day
03-04-09, 07:09 PM
Thanks fellow Jimi freak !!!

gopack78
03-04-09, 10:23 PM
thanks

paul56
03-05-09, 12:41 AM
Thank you for posting!

Teros23
04-23-10, 02:39 AM
So, this is great!

angel
12-31-10, 09:48 AM
thanks alot

Fuzzlord
06-25-11, 01:21 PM
Thanks for this.

vahurka
06-27-11, 04:33 PM
Many thanks!

jfjfjf
01-15-13, 04:02 PM
Grateful for sharing, Armel!
I downloaded the material long ago, but only now realized that I had forgotten something very important: to thank!

aboslutes
01-16-13, 12:59 AM
thanx 4 this

R.I.P.- Randy Kaye
03-28-14, 12:52 PM
thank you for posting.... my father was a drummer with jimi from this time. I believe he is on "sundance" and everyone who ever played with him claims it is Randy kaye on drums.

dino77
03-29-14, 03:13 AM
thank you for posting.... my father was a drummer with jimi from this time. I believe he is on "sundance" and everyone who ever played with him claims it is Randy kaye on drums.

RIP, and quite an impressive career your dad had. That is very likely indeed; it's certainly not Mitch Mitchell, who turned up shortly before the Woodstock festival and did not rehearse much.

R.I.P.- Randy Kaye
05-28-14, 10:58 PM
Yes my father stayed in woodstock for a month before the festival playing at the Shokan house and a few gigs in town with Jimi. I interviewed Juma Sultan in an upcoming documentary called "Tao Beats" about Randy Kaye and Juma recalled Randy well.

davieboy
06-14-14, 10:38 AM
nice post many thanks

R.I.P.- Randy Kaye
10-22-14, 04:07 PM
RIP, and quite an impressive career your dad had. That is very likely indeed; it's certainly not Mitch Mitchell, who turned up shortly before the Woodstock festival and did not rehearse much.

Please take a moment to check out my project! It's a documentary about Drummer Randy Kaye. Randy played in The Gypsy Sun Rainbows Band before the Woodstock festival. Randy was fired by Mr. Hendrix's managers along with an entire horn section before the festival because they didn't really like or understand the music and where Jimi wanted to take it from what I can understand. Mr. Hendrix was more interested in playing with the great jazz musicians of the day. Mr. Kaye had had a reputation on the NYC scene at the time having played with such notables as Roland Kirk,Sam Rivers,Kenny Dorham,Enrico Rava,Tony Scott,Perry Robinson,and the list goes on. The fact of Mr. Kaye's involvement with the Gypsy Sun Rainbow band has been confirmed by Mr. Juma Sultan in an interview. It is actually my belief that it is indeed Randy Kaye on the track "Sundance" as this was the period Randy was with Hendrix and quite frankly Mitch Mitchell would never think to play anything that mellow or restrained. The musicians who knew Randy and played with him swear it is him as well. In the scheme of things and considering Mr. Hendrix's relatively short career I believe Randy Kaye deserves his due along all the other musicians that Jimi "jammed" with.

R.I.P.- Randy Kaye
10-29-14, 10:35 AM
The great jazz drummer Randy Kaye jamming with Jimi. August 10th,1969 Tinker st cinema!