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RobbieRadio
05-24-09, 01:55 PM
http://www.spincds.com/product.asp?id=9018997

Jimi Hendrix - Moonbeams & Fairytales (22 CD Box)

Release Date: 20 Nov 2008
Catalogue No:
Label:
Format: CD (six box set)
Volumes: 1

Description:
22 CDs, all in unique cardboard sleeves, presented for the first time here in a clamshell box. Includes 32 page booklet with extensive photos and full track details. 372 tracks in all over 23 hours of music. This is a limited run of 1000 numbered copies worldwide only. Officially licensed from the estate of Hendrix’s former manager, Michael Jeffery

Disc Info:

Disc 1:
"Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 23.10.66-24.11.66 - 19 tracks; 61:28m

Disc 2:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 13.12.66 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66 - 17 tracks; 49:37m

Disc 3:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 11.01.67 / "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 18.01.67 - 24 tracks; 77:10m

Disc 4:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 03.02.67 / Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 - 20 tracks; 64:55m

Disc 5:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 08.02.67-20.02.67 / BBC Sessions, London 13.02.67 (incl."Saturday Club" Interview with Jimi by Brian Matthews) - 23 tracks; 70:33m

Disc 6:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 23.02.67 / "Saturday Scene", The Corn Exchange, Chelmsford 25.02.67 / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 - 14 tracks; 44:04m

Disc 7:

Speakeasy, London 16.03.67 (Conversation between Jimi, Eric Clapton, Christine Charles and a journalist) / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman) / BBC Sessions, London 28.03.67 - 12 tracks; 69:27m

Disc 8:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 29.03.67-03.04.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 30.03.67 / Jimi's Apartment, London 10.04.67 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 med Amerikalisten") / "Late Night Line Up", London 17.04.67 - 24 tracks; 77:59m

Disc 9:

"Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 04.05.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 04.05.67-09.05.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 10.05.67 / "Music Hall de Paris", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67 - 22 tracks; 73:06m

Disc 10:

Hotel Intercontinental, Frankfurt 17.05.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Hans Carl Schmidt for German Radio) / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / Falkoner Centert, Copenhagen 21.05.67 (incl.Interview by Carsten Grolin for Danish Radio "Beat Forum") / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Radiohuset, Stockholm 25.05.67 (Interview by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") - 16 tracks; 77:01m

Disc 11:

Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 - 9 tracks; 45:48m

Disc 12:

US Army Radio "In-Sound" june 1967 (Interview with Jimi and Noel by Harry Harrison) / Studio recordings & Outtakes 28.06.67-06.07.67 / The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 17-19.07.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Dan Paulson, possibly for the "Hit Parade" magazine) - 9 tracks; 67:41m

Disc 13:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 19.07.67-31.07.67 / "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 24.08.67 / Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 [The Sample Tape] - 16 tracks; 58:07m

Disc 14:

Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 / Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 - 15 tracks; 77:52m

Disc 15:

"Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67 [1st Show] - 18 tracks; 77:52m

Disc 16:

Stockholm 11.09.67 (Interview by Leif Anderson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 01.10.67 -9 tracks; 72:59m

Disc 17:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 03.10.67-05.10.67 - 11 tracks; 45:41m

Disc 18:

BBC Sessions, London 06.10.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC "Top Gear") - 12 tracks; 43:10m

Disc 19:

"Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 14.10.67 / BBC Sessions, London 17.10.67 - 17 tracks; 71:31m

Disc 20:

Studio recordings & Outtakes 25.10.67-29.10.67 - 26 tracks; 69:02m

Disc 21:

"Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 13.11.67 / Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67 [2nd Show] / Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tony Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton) - 14 tracks; 74:41m

Disc 22:

BBC Sessions, London 15.12.67 (incl.Interview by Tony Hall for BBC "Top Gear") / Bruce Fleming's Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi by Noel and Mitch from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / Studio recordings & Outtakes 20.12.67-28.12.67 / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 - 23 tracks; 69:44m

Also Available:

Jimi Hendrix - 'Rockin' the USA Vol.1' (6 CD Box Set)

7 complete 1968 performances from the USA - presented together for the first time, part of a 6 CD Collectors Numbered Limited Edition of 1000 world-wide.
The discs contained in this boxed set cover the period February 1968 through to November 1968. During that nine month period The Experience played three lengthy American tours with moretouring in Europe between the two American tours.

CD 1
FIRST SHOW
3rd FEBRUARY 1968 : WINTERLAND, SAN FRANCISCO
1 Introduction
2 Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
3 Fire
4 Hey Joe
5 Foxy Lady
6 The Wind Cries Mary
7 Killing Floor
8 Little Wing
9 Purple Haze

SECOND SHOW
10 Rock Me Baby
11 Red House
12 Foxy Lady
13 Like a Rolling Stone
14 Purple Haze

CD 2
SECOND SHOW
4th FEBRUARY 1968 : WINTERLAND, SAN FRANCISCO
1 Killing Floor
2 Red House
3 Catfish Blues
4 Dear Mr Fantasy I
5 Dear Mr Fantasy II
6 Purple Haze

15th MARCH 1968 : ATTWOOD HALL, CLARK UNIVERSITY, WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS
SECOND SHOW
7 Fire okay
8 Red House
9 Foxy Lady
10 Purple Haze
11 Wild Thing

16th FEBRUARY 1968 : STATE FAIR MUSIC HALL, DALLAS, TEXAS
CD 3
1 Are You Experienced
2 Fire
3 The Wind Cries Mary
4 Tax Free
5 Foxy Lady
6 Hey Joe
7 Spanish Castle Magic
8 Red House
9 Purple Haze
10 Wild Thing

17th FEBRUARY 1968 : WILL ROGERS AUDITORIUM, FOR WORTH, TEXAS
CD 4
1 Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
2 Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window
3 The Wind Cries Mary
4 Fire
5 Catfish Blues
6 Foxy Lady
7 Hey Joe
8 Purple Haze
9 Wild Thing

10th MAY 1968 : FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK
CD 5
SECOND SHOW
1 Lover Man
2 Fire
3 Foxy Lady
4 Busted Amp Rap
5 Red House
6 Hey Joe
7 The Sunshine Of Your Love
8 Hear My Train A Comin'
9 Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window
10 Purple Haze
11 Wild Thing

18th MAY 1968 : MIAMI POP FESTIVAL, GULFSTREAM PARK RACETRACK, HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
SECOND SHOW
12 Introduction
13 Foxy Lady
14 Fire
15 Hear My Train A Comin'

28th NOVEMBER 1968 : "AN ELECTRIC THANKSGIVING", PHILHARMONIC HALL, NEW YORK
CD 6
FIRST SHOW
1 Introduction
2 Fire
3 I Don't Live Today
4 Hear My Train A Comin'
5 Spanish Castle Magic
6 Rap and Tune-Up
7 Foxy Lady
8 Red House
9 The Sunshine Of Your Love
10 Purple Haze

Jimi Hendrix - 'Rockin' the USA Vol.2' (6 CD Box Set)

6 complete 1968 performances from the USA - presented together for the first time part of a numbered limited edition of 1000 world-wide.
The discs contained in this boxed set entitled Rockin' the USA Vol.2 cover the period April 1969 through to July 1970. During that fifteen month period Jimi disbanded the original line up of the Experience, played possibly the worlds most famous rock music festival at Woodstock, formed the short lived band of Gypsys with Buddy Miles and Billy Cox and even managed to build and open his own recording studio called Electric Lady Studios.

CD 1
27th April 1969 : Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California
1. Introduction
2. Fire
3. Hey Joe
4. Spanish Castle Magic
5. Hear My Train A Comin'
6. The Sunshine Of Your Love
7. Red House
8. Foxy Lady

CD 2
27th April 1969 : Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California (cont'd)
1. Star Spangled Banner
2. Purple Haze
3. Voodoo Child (slight return)
28th January 1970 : "Winter Festival For Peace", Madison Square Garden, New York
4. Introduction
5. Who Knows
6. Earth Blues

CD 3
24th May 1969 : International Sports Arena, San Diego, California
1. Introduction & Tune-Up
2. Fire
3. Hey Joe
4. Spanish Castle Magic
5. Red House
6. I Don't Live Today
7. Foxy Lady
8. Purple Haze
9. Voodoo Child (slight return)/
10. Purple Haze

CD 4
20th June 1969 : "Newport 69", San Fernando Valley State College, Northridge, California
1. Stone Free
2. Are You Experienced/Stone Free
3. The Sunshine Of Your Love
4. Fire
5. Hear My Train A Comin'
6. Red House
7. Foxy Lady
8. Like A Rolling Stone
9. Voodoo Child (slight return)
10. Purple Haze

CD 5
8th May 1970 : University of Oklahoma Field House, Norman, Oklahoma
Second Show
1. Fire
2. Spanish Castle Magic
3. Machine Gun
4. Lover Man
5. Foxy Lady
6. Hear My Train A Comin'
7. Message To Love
8. Red House
9. Star Spangled Banner
10. Purple Haze
11. Voodoo Child (slight return)

CD 6
17th July 1970 : "New York Pop", Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, New York
1. Stone Free
2. Fire
3. Red House
4. Message to Love
5. Lover Man
6. All Along The Watchtower
7. Foxy Lady
8. Ezy Rider
9. Star Spangled Banner
10. Purple Haze
11. Voodoo Child (slight return)
12. Closing Announcements

johanincr
05-24-09, 02:10 PM
yes, more cases of collectors discs that were compiled to be distributed for free now in a box with a price tag in a shop.

one day you'll be able to spend money on everything you can get for free now:)

Makkinen
05-24-09, 04:31 PM
You don't have to spend a dime on these sets.
All are available for download on Demonoid.
That's why they've been uploaded.
All active with seeders!
Of course, they are copies of widely available collector's sets,
as Johanicr correctly mentioned above.

One more thing.
Moonbeams & Fairytales is NOT a limited edition.
There's no number or place for it on the box
(I know, I have one).

RobbieRadio
05-24-09, 07:33 PM
The point is: which came first (the chicken or the egg): the bootleg or torrent?

This guy offers no proof that this came from the Jeffrey Estate, bootleg silver CD's or CD-R's He could have download it all here, printed up his own covers, got the CD's pressed and gone into business all by himself.

Unfortunately, sites like this make it easy for anyone to go into the bootleg business.

He says there are only 1,000 copies. I believe 1,000 is the minimum order accepted by a CD pressing plant.

Makkinen
05-24-09, 09:21 PM
Moonbeams & Fairytales is DIRECT copy of the Revision A (2005 - main difference from other versions is missing of the Lund show) collector's set with the same name.
Here's the info about it from the H-P's Site:

Moonbeams & Fairytales: Jimi Saga (2) 66/67 (Collector's Disc / 04.05.2005 / 22CDR*)
(This set is a reworked upgrade of the 11 disc Collector's set "Jimi Saga 66/67" from 2002, and features all currently (2005) circulating Hendrix recordings from 1966 and 1967 (Curtis Knight material excepted); Studio recordings, live recordings, interviews, outtakes, alternate versions, mono mixes, stereo mixes, altenate mixes etc. The Material is drawn from a wide variety of sources, including official releases, collector's discs and bootlegs. Detailed track information (Rev.3) is available for download here (http://home.online.no/%7Ehpjohnse/2005_SAGA_REV_3.doc) (2,4 MB).) Sbd & Aud; Lowest Gen possible / Best available sources
[* The original version of the set comes as 2 DVDs in flac-format, with an additional CD-ROM featuring artwork and thoroughly researched and detailed track info. The DVDs will expand into 22 Audio CDs, and the "full" set will therefore actually consists of the 2 DVDs, the CD-ROM and the 22 Audio discs.]
notes:
- The original 2002 version of this set was released as a 22 disc Bootleg box set by the Rock Of Ages label (ROABOX101 / ftbfs: B904) in 2008. That set does not include the upgrades and additional material introduced by Rev.1-3 (see further below).
Disc 1: "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 23.10.66-24.11.66 - 19 tracks; 61:28
Disc 2: Studio recordings & Outtakes 13.12.66 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66 - 17 tracks; 49:37
Disc 3: Studio recordings & Outtakes 11.01.67 / "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 18.01.67 - 24 tracks; 77:10
notes:
- The track listed as "Hey Joe" (8) [Sudio backing track with live vocals] from "Top of the Pops" 18.01.67 is actually the mono version "Hey Joe" (1) as presented the Saville promo film.
Disc 4: Studio recordings & Outtakes 03.02.67 / Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 - 20 tracks; 64:55
Disc 5: Studio recordings & Outtakes 08.02.67-20.02.67 / BBC Sessions, London 13.02.67 (incl."Saturday Club" Interview with Jimi by Brian Matthews) - 23 tracks; 70:33
Disc 6: Studio recordings & Outtakes 23.02.67 / "Saturday Scene", The Corn Exchange, Chelmsford 25.02.67 / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 - 14 tracks; 44:04
Disc 7: Speakeasy, London 16.03.67 (Conversation between Jimi, Eric Clapton, Christine Charles and a journalist) / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman) / BBC Sessions, London 28.03.67 - 12 tracks; 69:27
notes:
- The 16.03.67 date for the Speakeasy conversation is approximate.
Disc 8: Studio recordings & Outtakes 29.03.67-03.04.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 30.03.67 / Jimi's Apartment, London 10.04.67 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 med Amerikalisten") / "Late Night Line Up", London 17.04.67 - 24 tracks; 77:59
notes:
- The dates for the 10.04.67 interview are approximate.
- Some sources list the place and date for the 10.04.67 interview as Radiohuset, Stockholm march-april 1967.
- The track listed as "Purple Haze" (108) from "Top of the Pops" 30.03.67 is actually just another version of (10) from a different source, which means there are 2 versions of "Purple Haze" (10) on this disc and none of (108).
Disc 9: "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 04.05.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 04.05.67-09.05.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 10.05.67 / "Music Hall de France", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67 - 22 tracks; 73:06
Disc 10: Hotel Intercontinental, Frankfurt 17.05.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Hans Carl Schmidt for German Radio) / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / Falkoner Centert, Copenhagen 21.05.67 (incl.Interview by Carsten Grolin for Danish Radio "Beat Forum") / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Radiohuset, Stockholm 25.05.67 (Interview by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") - 16 tracks; 77:01
Disc 11: Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 - 9 tracks; 45:48
Disc 12: US Army Radio "In-Sound" june 1967 (Interview with Jimi and Noel by Harry Harrison) / Studio recordings & Outtakes 28.06.67-06.07.67 / The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 17-19.07.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Dan Paulson, possibly for the "Hit Parade" magazine) - 8 tracks; 67:41
notes:
- Some sources list the date for the "In-Sound" interview as on or around 26.06.67.
Disc 13: Studio recordings & Outtakes 19.07.67-31.07.67 / "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 24.08.67 / Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 [The Sample Tape] - 16 tracks; 58:07
Disc 14: Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 / Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 - 15 tracks; 77:52
Disc 15: "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67 [1st Show] - 15 tracks; 77:52
notes:
- The Lund 10.09.67 1st Show portion is the same 1st Gen version as on JPIO-II 069 "Swedish Castle Magic" (http://home.online.no/%7Ehpjohnse/hendrix.html#lund_1) / ATM 229 "Swedish Castle Magic" (http://home.online.no/%7Ehpjohnse/hendrix.html#atm_lund).
Disc 16: Stockholm 11.09.67 (Interview by Leif Anderson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 01.10.67 - 9 tracks; 72:59
Disc 17: Studio recordings & Outtakes 03.10.67-05.10.67 - 11 tracks; 45:41
Disc 18: BBC Sessions, London 06.10.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC "Top Gear") - 16 tracks; 43:10
notes:
- The BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 06.10.67 interview was actually conducted by Tommy Vance, but the interviewer on this recording is Brian Matthews. The reason for this oddity is as follows: The original transcription discs/tapes with Tommy Vance and John Peels contributions to the "Top Gear" shows have apparently been lost, all the chat on these shows are later overdubs by Brian Matthews for his Swedish (English language) "Top Of The Pops" RADIO show - NOT the famous British TV show. Seeing the source for the recording featured here is the Swedish show, the featured voice is of course Brian Matthews' later overdub instead of Tommy Vance's original. (Thanks to Renwick for sending me a mail to clarify this.)
Disc 19: "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 14.10.67 / BBC Sessions, London 17.10.67 - 17 tracks; 71:31
Disc 20: Studio recordings & Outtakes 25.10.67-29.10.67 - 26 tracks; 69:02
Disc 21: "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 13.11.67 / Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67 [2nd Show] / Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tony Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton) - 14 tracks; 74:41
Disc 22: BBC Sessions, London 15.12.67 (incl.Interview by Tony Hall for BBC "Top Gear") / Bruce Fleming's Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi by Noel and Mitch from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking" (http://home.online.no/%7Ehpjohnse/hendrixoff.html#eh_exp_dvd)] / Studio recordings & Outtakes 20.12.67-28.12.67 / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 - 23 tracks; 69:44

Makkinen
05-24-09, 09:33 PM
One more thing to clarify for RobbieRadio.
Collector's sets are not circulating only as torrents.
As far as I know, original M&F collector's set was NEVER torrented.
Only 2008 Rock of Ages copy is now available as a torrent on Demonoid.
So, what comes first "bootleg or a torrent" isn't exactly a valid question
regarding majority of the bootlegged collector's titles.
Contrary to many people's beliefs, torrents are not the sources for
the bootleggers (which makes the whole matter even more sad . Bottom line: when it comes to rare- & non circulating recordings you can not trust ANYONE these days).

purple jim
05-25-09, 12:55 AM
Contrary to many people's beliefs, torrents are not the sources for
the bootleggers

But that is exactly what Ed Chalpin seems to be doing for the Jeffrey "estate"! Someone mailed me to inform me that "3 Nights At Winterland" was MP3 sourced (he'd analysed the files). Then came their copy of "Box Of Gypsys" and those "Rockin The USA" collections.

Makkinen
05-25-09, 09:01 AM
Torrent sites became popular only since 2003.
Ed Chalpin and so called M. Jeffrey's estate aren't the only bootleggers in the world so it's not smart to draw any definite conclusions based on their products only.
Regarding MP3 sourced bootlegs, that's very hard to determine just by analyzing the files. MiniDisc sourced CDs would give similar results when analyzed in WAV editor programs. Also high bitrate MP3 is not bad at all.
There is some loss in quality above 15 KHZ and most audience recordings from the 60s don't have any musical signal above 10 KHZ anyway.
In any case, I prefer that bootleggers use well known collector's discs as they source. That way we can compile these titles on factory pressed
CDs. Is it leagal? Of course not. Is it moral? Of course not.
Do you have to buy them? Of course not. Can you find them for free on the Internet as torrents? Of course you can.

Lord Summerisle
05-25-09, 07:51 PM
Does this set contain all readily available studio outtakes/alt mixes, versions/interviews/shows from late 66 through to dec 67?

Are they factory pressed CD's?

I enjoy buying CD's even though I can D/L most of them, I just enjoying collecting.

MourningStar
05-25-09, 08:22 PM
I enjoy buying CD's even though I can D/L most of them, I just enjoying collecting.I'm happy to know there are people unaffected by the economic crisis. You go dude!



peace,

purple jim
05-26-09, 12:13 AM
Does this set contain all readily available studio outtakes/alt mixes, versions/interviews/shows from late 66 through to dec 67?

Absolutely everything might not be there but it's not far off. Sound quality will vary of course.


Are they factory pressed CD's?
Yes, suupposedly in a limited number.

Lord Summerisle
05-27-09, 01:39 AM
Absolutely everything might not be there but it's not far off. Sound quality will vary of course.


Yes, suupposedly in a limited number.


Thanks for the response, I might look into picking this set up.

Ayler
05-27-09, 02:10 AM
Here's part of the artwork:

http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/15/front09.jpg (http://img33.imageshack.us/my.php?image=front09.jpg)

purple jim
05-27-09, 12:28 PM
"Right this way" smiles a mermaid…

Supro_Ozark
02-15-10, 05:48 PM
Mhm,is there a chance to get an invitation code for Demonoid?
I'm range between downloading or buying the Moonbeams&Fairytales set.

By a hair I'd bought the Rockin' the USA set again.Then I'd noticed that they're already in my collection and they're still sealed.
It's time to reclaim the overview(if i ever had it).

edit:now i am am demonoid-member. woohoo!

rocknroll
02-03-11, 04:32 PM
here's "Rockin The USA Vol. 1":
http://crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?4223 (http://crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?4223-1968-xx-xx-quot-Rockin-The-USA-Vol-1-quot-(Voodoo-Chile-6CD-Box-APE)-Disc-2-Removed)

Fenders Fingers
02-04-11, 02:39 AM
This set that is available for purchace is dated, sorry out dated. The boot chappie appears to have used the first available set to boot. When it was "pressed" up version 3 was available with updates etc.
Buying this set is a joke in truth. Your just buying a set of material a few collectors put some hard work into for you to have for free. The original art is well better too, jellycat stuff.
btw, this set is also available on the Hard Drive.
Also, buying this set just makes it more likely the tossers making money off of this will do it again with another collectors set. I suggest if you want it on CD, grab the FREE copy and art, burn to a high quality CD and print up the disc face. Grab a little quality paper and print up the covers .................. slip into a jewel case as per art work and they'll look just like mine FUCKING AMAZING and sound wonderful on play back.

Doccus
10-26-11, 06:16 PM
I stumbled across this thread because I'm currently trying to DL this set myself, on the open torrents.. stuck at 55% though and dont think it's likely to improve.
The advice about DL'ing a collectors set and printing one's own covers would be correct, in principle.. but the 'Big Problem' is that this set, like *every other* comprehensive set whether collectors' sets or retail ripoffs , is pretty much unavailable at any reputable boot forum, whether it be here, or Dime, because of the 'no commercially released tracks' issue..

If I could get the entire Studio '66, and all the ATM series Electric Ladyland sessions (tho i have the apartment ones and 224-5) , I think i'd be well on the way to replicating only some the material in the set (which is, admittedly, huge).. but again.. these i just mentioned have also been relegated to the 'banned torrents' section.
I certainly understand the need to be seen to exercise vigilance, re commercial tracks.. i know this is the only reason they let us alone.

Still it's a pain.. and it means that access to these sets need be via open trackers like KAT etc.. unfortunately. folks that put them up don't seem to feel the need to seed .. and the longer one's waiting for them to complete, the more likely to attract the *wrong* sort of attention..

So this is precisely why, despite the fact that these "authorised by the jeffrey estate' jokes may indeed have come fromtorrents, collectors CDs, or worse, MP3.. and despite the fact that we know we're supporting the very worst kind of thieves, we still buy these sets..
I'd certainly rather finish this torrent of the set, than have to buy it.. only because it gives me a sick feeling to give these kind of folks my cash..
But... stuck at 55%.. for a long time now...
See my point?

Fenders Fingers
10-27-11, 07:46 AM
I stumbled across this thread because I'm currently trying to DL this set myself, on the open torrents.. stuck at 55% though and dont think it's likely to improve.
The advice about DL'ing a collectors set and printing one's own covers would be correct, in principle.. but the 'Big Problem' is that this set, like *every other* comprehensive set whether collectors' sets or retail ripoffs , is pretty much unavailable at any reputable boot forum, whether it be here, or Dime, because of the 'no commercially released tracks' issue..

If I could get the entire Studio '66, and all the ATM series Electric Ladyland sessions (tho i have the apartment ones and 224-5) , I think i'd be well on the way to replicating only some the material in the set (which is, admittedly, huge).. but again.. these i just mentioned have also been relegated to the 'banned torrents' section.
I certainly understand the need to be seen to exercise vigilance, re commercial tracks.. i know this is the only reason they let us alone.

Still it's a pain.. and it means that access to these sets need be via open trackers like KAT etc.. unfortunately. folks that put them up don't seem to feel the need to seed .. and the longer one's waiting for them to complete, the more likely to attract the *wrong* sort of attention..

So this is precisely why, despite the fact that these "authorised by the jeffrey estate' jokes may indeed have come fromtorrents, collectors CDs, or worse, MP3.. and despite the fact that we know we're supporting the very worst kind of thieves, we still buy these sets..
I'd certainly rather finish this torrent of the set, than have to buy it.. only because it gives me a sick feeling to give these kind of folks my cash..
But... stuck at 55%.. for a long time now...
See my point?

Point seen and taken.
I recommend snail mail trading when it comes to this stuff. Requests can be made on this site.
Regards ATM's, see the Hard Drive thread. This covers most (all bar one) ATM's currently available. Yes, some issues with some content but small issue really.

manfree
10-27-11, 08:15 AM
To my Mind, The above mentioned HD is a MUST for all Jimi Uber Fans, (Which is all of us, or you wouldn`t be Here reading this!)
A) it`s got all ATM`s - Audio and Video
B) It`s got lots of other good Jimi stuff (V. Descriptive Huh?)
C) it makes a Perfect "Back-up" (This one is for me V important)
D) Hard Drives are so small (Saves on postage) and Cheap (Saves on pocket)
What More Can You Ask For?

Doccus
10-27-11, 03:44 PM
OK stumped.. i did a search for 'hard drive' can't find the thread you mentioned..
Where do I look?

Fenders Fingers
10-27-11, 04:12 PM
OK stumped.. i did a search for 'hard drive' can't find the thread you mentioned..
Where do I look?

http://crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?2918-Directory-of-a-Hard-Drive&highlight=directory+hard+drive

longjam
10-27-11, 04:31 PM
Absolutely funny:-)

Long time ago, me and my fellow partner M.Z. ( here in my same town) started a big task
Put everything Of Jimi ( live and studio tapes) in chronological order.
well, we started with 1966-1967...i had a big tapes/cd collection,( and nice friends around) he a massive Boot collection,
again we did ( after year-s of work) a 22 cd collection, and called this JIMI HENDRIX SAGA.
i did the covers on plain WORD files....some are still around in Pink robert site....on JPEG now...

i made copy to friends here in my country ,i make a trade with pinkrobert, i sent a copy to Marco in england
thats' all, never sold this to any estate !! !:-) it was a fan job....we enjoyed that!

Someone refined the job , adding the last "discovered" tapes...and this was renamed
Jimi Hendrix - Moonbeams & Fairytales (22 CD Box).....( i spoked to the guy, a good fellah!)
but how :-) but how !funny is this

"Officially licensed from the estate of Hendrix’s former manager, Michael Jeffery"

WHAAAT!!! i never know that!!!

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!!:-)

OK, tell to the guy that we finished 1968 two years ago, ( 69 cd...sleeping in my HD, NOW.)
with a nice booklet with a info page for every disc.
but we collapsed on 1969....still stopped at september.....

ho, man this is really funny! :-)

well. jeffery estate can contact me in anytime!!
ha ha ha ha ha!!!

Ciao!

Longjam

firstrays
10-27-11, 04:41 PM
longjam ;-)
damn I got some missing - only made 61 discs for my '68!
mick

longjam
10-27-11, 04:44 PM
yeah! ha ha ha i remember.:-)
.i lost your list
crashed my PC..ha ha ha.still waiting the jeffery call!

longjam
10-27-11, 04:48 PM
one of the cover i did

http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=saga11

you can download the edited thing here

http://www.guitars101.com/forums/f90/jimi-hendrix-1966-1967-moonbeams-and-fairytales-126433.html

good night!

Doccus
10-27-11, 08:41 PM
yeah! ha ha ha i remember.:-)
.i lost your list
crashed my PC..ha ha ha.still waiting the jeffery call!

[In my Opinion] Near as I can tell "licensed from the Jeffrey Estate' means about the same thing as paying yer 50$ to become an instant "licensed minister'.. I think [In my opinion] they sell these 'licences' out to any hustler who's found a torrent to copy..
Unfortunately, most casual fans know nothing of the source..

Thanks for the 14 disc comp tho!!.. i expect to actually fill out the set to match the art for the 22 disc one is going to take For *ever*.. as I;m going to have to check and compare every track ..although there's a good chance i have them somewhere..