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zepster
01-25-15, 11:47 AM
ARTIST: Jimi Hendrix
DATE: various (see below - all dates are questionable as they are not mentioned on original album cover)
VENUE: various (see below - all venues are questionable as they are not mentioned on original album cover)
LINEAGE: "This One's For You" (Veteran Music Inc MF-243) bootleg LP -> Technics SD-L5 w/Ortofon OM 5E cartridge -> M-Audio Fast Track C400 external music card -> PC @ Reaper v4.72/x64 -> WAV 96kHz/24bit -> CD Wave Editor v1.98 -> FLAC 96kHz/24bit (level 6)
ADDITIONAL INFO: Cordial CMK 222 x2 cables used. No additional edit is done.

Side A:

1. Lover Man (instrumental) (Electric Lady Studios, New York City, New York July 19th, 1970)
2. Jam With Horns And Piano (Jimi with unknown musicians in unknown studio, probably New York 1969 or 1970)
3. Peace In Mississippi (TTG Studios, Hollywood, California October 24th, 1968)
4. Little Drummer Boy (Baggies, New York City, New York December 18th, 1969 w/female vocals added in Record Plant Studios 1974)*
5. Calling All The Devil's Children (instrumental) (TTG Studios, Hollywood, California October 21st, 1968)
6. Jungle (Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York November 14th, 1969)

Side B:

1. Ezy Rider (Baggies, New York City, New York December 18th, 1969)
2. Message To Love (Baggies, New York City, New York December 18th, 1969)
3. The Things I Used To Do (Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York May 15th, 1969)
4. (Here He Comes) Lover Man (TTGS Tudios, Hollywood, California October 1968)**
5. Midnight Lightning [AKA Keep On Groovin'] (Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York March 23rd, 1970)

Personnel:
Jimi Hendrix - guitar, vocal (all)
Johnny Winter - guitar (B3)
Noel Redding - bass (A2?,A3,A5,B4)
Billy Cox - bass (Side A2?,A4,B1,B2,B5)
Stephen Stills - bass (B3)
Mitch Mitchell - drums (A1,A2?,A3,A4,B4,B5)
Buddy Miles - drums (A2?,A4,A6,B1,B2)
Dallas Taylor - drums (B3)

Bootleg of unknown origin. Single thin paper sleeve with artist and album's name only and without any information as it comes from where all the tracks are taken from. Cover says "studio recordings from Electric Ladyland Studios, NYC 1970". Some songs are incorrectly titled. (*)this is different version than officially released on "Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year" EP and do not violate copyright laws. (**)this is different version than officially released on "South Saturn Delta" LP and do not violate copyright laws.

You can view some artwork up here: http://crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?658-Jimi-Hendrix-This-One-s-For-You-SBD&p=4665#post4665

zepster
01-26-15, 04:00 AM
Small update:

-the second track on side A, Jam With Horn And Piano is mostl likely recorded on Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York May 14th, 1969 with unidentified trumpet player and Sharon Lane on piano
-the third track on side B, The Things I Used To Do is most likely recorded on Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York May 7th, 1969;
-the fifth track on Side B, Midnight Lightning [AKA Keep On Groovin'] is most likely Keep On Groovin' (Lower Alcatraz) and is recorded on Electric Lady Studios, New York City, New York on May 14th, 1970.

All corrections courtesy of Plug Your Ears lists that can be found here: http://jpio.weebly.com/lists.html

doctinker
01-26-15, 04:44 AM
Hi many thx for info! I wonder if there is a Foto of the Original Boot LP Cover available somewere?
D.

zepster
01-27-15, 07:26 AM
Try to search through the Net. I found nothing but maybe you'll get the luck? :)

okla70homa
01-27-15, 08:54 AM
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I found the cover on the JPIO "Here are the Pictures" artworks collection disc.
Only the front and back without other additional informations.

http://crosstowntorrents.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=24376&stc=1 http://crosstowntorrents.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=24377&stc=1

zepster
01-27-15, 09:02 AM
Please post them in original size/fidelity in this thread if possible.

okla70homa
01-27-15, 09:08 AM
Please post them in original size/fidelity in this thread if possible.

Sorry, thats all what I have.
Exactly a copy from the "Here are the Pictures" disc.

Makkinen
02-13-15, 06:35 PM
This is the second version of this bootleg on the tracker.

The first one is here:

http://crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?658-Jimi-Hendrix-This-One-s-For-You-SBD

And the art made for it (used were original LP's front and back cover):

http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/7754/frontinnerfront2up7.jpg

http://img295.imageshack.us/img295/9803/back2mp4.jpg

zepster
02-14-15, 05:26 AM
It is also so far the best sounding version sourced from vinyl. If you listen to this more closely, and with your speakers turned up, then you'll find the quality and dynamics are much better than digital rips, even if sound isn't as clear and bright. That's the mystery of analog sound and way the albums should be produced nowadays.

Makkinen
02-14-15, 07:00 PM
I completely agree Zepster. I have this LP and it's amazing how it sounds when you put it on the turntable.
It's impossible to reproduce completely the sound of vinyl (and most probably analog tapes used in it's production)
on any digital transfer but it's still better sounding than many modern CDs. It's a warm, soft, realistic sound....
Here's some more artwork:

http://i399.photobucket.com/albums/pp74/Makkinenfi/BackEDITED_zpsc7728113.jpg (http://s399.photobucket.com/user/Makkinenfi/media/BackEDITED_zpsc7728113.jpg.html)

http://i399.photobucket.com/albums/pp74/Makkinenfi/FrontLPoriginal_zps1bbf5245.jpg (http://s399.photobucket.com/user/Makkinenfi/media/FrontLPoriginal_zps1bbf5245.jpg.html)

http://i399.photobucket.com/albums/pp74/Makkinenfi/FrontEDITED_zpsfbf32e5c.jpg (http://s399.photobucket.com/user/Makkinenfi/media/FrontEDITED_zpsfbf32e5c.jpg.html)