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zepster
04-02-15, 01:17 PM
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: "Let's Drop Some Ludes And Vomit With Jimi" (Sure Nice Shoes Records H-3600 ) 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 except for one big drop at the start of side B.

Side A:

1. Jimi Hendrix/John McLaughlin Jam medley incl. improvisation based on Drivin' South theme, Everything's Gonna Be Alright (Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York March 25th, 1969)
2. Drone Blues medley incl. improvisation based on Drivin' South theme (Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York April 24th, 1969)*

Side B:

1. Jimmy/Jimi Jam (Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York March 25th, 1969)*

Personnel:
Jimi Hendrix - guitar (all)
John Mclaughlin - guitar (A1)
Jim McCarty - guitar (B1)
Dave Holland - bass (A1,B1) [some sources lists Roland Robinson instead of Dave Holland on A1]
Steve Stills (?) - bass (A2?)
Buddy Miles - drums (A1,B1)
Dallas Taylor (?) - drums (A2?)
Mitch Mitchell (?) - drums (A1?,B1?) [some sources lists him participated in this session along with Buddy Miles]

US bootleg released in 1983. Single cartoon sleeve with insert. The insert lists only track listing and says it is recorded in Record Plant, LA. Most of songs are incorrectly titled. (*)these songs are initial/root mixes from which legit versions are made and differs from tracks used on officially released "Hear My Music" album and thus do not violate copyright laws.

You can see artwork up here: http://www.discogs.com/Jimi-Hendrix-...elease/3219029 (http://www.discogs.com/Jimi-Hendrix-Lets-Drop-Some-Ludes-And-Vomit-With-Jimi/release/3219029)

Makkinen
04-03-15, 12:18 PM
Thanks for the upload.
I just wanted to add that this is
the most abominable title of all Jimi's boots.
Second is probably "F.....g his guitar for Denmark".
Bootleggers can sometimes be real jerks.
Zepster, congratulations on your good taste
for not posting the whole title of the LP.

zepster
04-03-15, 12:54 PM
Hah :) I was about to post the whole title but the forum title window did not allow me to put the entire phrase 'coz the space is limited to several letters only ... and indeed, some album titles should be forgotten. Not to mention this album is one fo the most interesting in whole unofficial vinyl discography.