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Ayler
05-06-09, 06:38 AM
"Burning Desire"
One of the best Dagger IMHO! I hope the 2009 Dagger CD will be a studio one too...

ruud
05-06-09, 08:49 AM
"God's Tears Of Joy", Kramer Mix # One. (Woodstock 2 CD-R):wave:

stplsd
05-06-09, 09:14 AM
What's "God's Tears Of Joy", when it's at home?

purple jim
05-06-09, 01:05 PM
Today :
Dallas - Feb 68
Pheonix - Sept 68
Personnal compilation (of stray live performances found on MCA 2000 box, Voodoo Chile best of, Calling Long Distance etc,...)

DoctorGero
05-06-09, 05:26 PM
The song "Message from Nine to the Universe", complete. And the second half (soundboard series part 2) of the Atlanta Pop Festival.

Experiencereunited
05-07-09, 12:07 AM
Listened to Studio 70 Disk 3 of 11 last night. I love that one. Haven't converted anything new for a while so going back through the gems.

Right now listening to WSP 6-22-2001 Red Rocks. Any Panic fans out there? Great run of shows.

ap0llo
05-07-09, 12:26 AM
Listening to the Madison 70 merge, good show...

Ayler
05-07-09, 03:36 AM
Berlin, 1970-09-04
The last "Machine Gun" version is otherwordly. Some of the most extreme guitar parts from Jimi.

voodoo_child58
05-07-09, 09:43 AM
Blues outtakes

Nonhuman
05-07-09, 11:03 AM
Diamonds In The Dust

Nonhuman

Ayler
05-08-09, 04:58 AM
Studio Haze, aka the Chandler Tapes

Ayler
05-08-09, 05:43 AM
Noel about these tapes in 1991:

Michael Fairchild - Have you heard the new tapes that Chas Chandler has uncovered of the Experience that he's had for all these years? Weren't you going to re-do some of the rhythm with him?

Noel Redding - Yeah. We went to Newcastle and overdubbed everything about three years ago. I did nine tracks in a day. Mitchell took two weeks to do one track. There's a bunch of tracks on there that have never been heard, about ten I'd say. They're from the Are You Experienced? and Axis period. One track is like a party.

Michael Fairchild - The "Devil Jam?"

Noel Redding - No, that was done in Los Angeles in October, '68. There's a lot of songs that are related to other Hendrix-type songs. I think we do "Sunshine Of Your Love." Chas told me he's got enough unreleased stuff for three albums. But the album is already bogged down with legal stuff, so the tapes are at a stalemate. When they release them it's going to be like multi-platinum in about ten minutes. It's all unreleased stuff, not alternate takes of what's out there.

Jimi_Uchihaeyez
05-08-09, 10:51 AM
Red House, 4/26/69, Great Version, Great Set.

yelapavision
05-10-09, 05:44 AM
Woodstock, original soundboard tape version

Experiencereunited
05-20-09, 01:08 AM
Toronto 5-3-1969. Great show. When I read the comments on the torrent a lot of clicks referenced so I avoided this one for a while. The guy who wrote that has got a player problem or his CD has problems. NO clicks on this one just great jams. Most of the May 69 shows are great.

Ayler
06-10-09, 04:14 AM
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Roland Stone
07-05-09, 10:05 PM
In celebration of the 4th of July, I've been listening to Vibratory's Atlanta Merge (sorry it's not available here on CTT). I've found it to be much more enjoyable than I'd anticipated. The bits and chunks of Atlanta that have been officially released never sounded (or looked) that good to me. And of course "Hey Baby" was a trainwreck. But when you hear the whole show in context, there's a lot to enjoy. On the whole, I like it better than Isle of Wight. And Vibratory's merge sounds really nice. I'm a big fan of Jimi's "Cry of Love" band, and Vibratory's merge is one of the best sounding shows from that tour. Jimi's playing is good to excellent throughout the show, despite the tuning problems, and with even a few amazing moments, like "the key won't unlock the door" sequence in Red House. And anyway, how many complete shows are out there with NO tuning problems? So I'm quite happy to have the complete Atlanta to listen to.

purple jim
07-06-09, 12:50 AM
"69 Blues" - my own compilation of the best of the Albert Hall soundchecks with the Feb 69 tracks of The Chandler Project and completed with "Noel's Tune" and a couple of other tracks.

Experiencereunited
08-15-10, 08:07 PM
Reopening this topic. Right now listening to 3-17-1968 Drunk Again. That whole Cafe Au Go Go jam session is really good.

Fenders Fingers
08-16-10, 07:26 AM
"God's Tears Of Joy", Kramer Mix # One. (Woodstock 2 CD-R):wave:

I think it's a collectors set. No, I don't like the title either !!!

Fenders Fingers
08-16-10, 07:30 AM
Various pressings of BOG.

stplsd
08-16-10, 12:25 PM
march 68 scene club jam, would Jimi's portable Sony deck have had more than two channels?

Fenders Fingers
08-17-10, 07:47 AM
Rome.

MourningStar
08-17-10, 09:56 AM
tapes?

Fenders Fingers
08-17-10, 02:51 PM
Tapes !

Fenders Fingers
08-17-10, 02:53 PM
Could be Red House is gonna become a fan favouite.
Thank you so much Adriano Assanti Gironda.

zombywoof57
08-22-10, 10:47 PM
im listening to Maui 7-30-70 sbd and all your answers are good

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zombywoof57
08-22-10, 10:49 PM
oh by the way us OLD fellas still use tapes most of my collection, is on tapes!

jhendrixfanatic
09-28-10, 11:28 AM
I love the intro to I Don't Live Today L. A. Forum '69

...and track 1, Message from Nine to the Universe