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Armel
09-24-08, 03:04 PM
In the Studio (Volumes 1, 3 & 4)
From In The Studio Vol.1-10 (Reclamation RECD 1011 / 2006 / 10CD Box / Ltd.Nr.Edition 386/1.000) ftbfs: B824-B833

Lineage:
Silver CDs>EAC>WAV>FLAC


Vol 1

01-Wait Until Tomorrow
02-Spanish Castle Magic
03-Golden Rose (One Rainy Wish)
04-Ain't No Telling #1
05-South Saturn Delta
06-Little One #1
07-Little One #2
08-Castles Made Of Sand
09-Ain't No Telling #2
10-She's So Fine
11-Up From The Skies
12-Bold As Love
13-Little Miss Lover
14-Waterfall (May This Be Love)
15-Have You Ever Heard
16-Dream
17-Dance

http://idata.over-blog.com/2/03/43/50/Pochettes1/vol1.jpg

Vol 3

01-Drifting (try out)
02-Keep On Groovin' Drifting (try out)
03-Midnight Lightnin' (try out)
04-Freedom (alternate take)
05-Cherokee Mist-In From The Storm
06-Valleys Of Neptune (instrumental)
07-Lil Dog Of Mine-Heaven Has No Sorrow (session)
08-Valleys Of Neptune (session)
09-Improvisation-Drifting(try Out)
10-Had To Cry Today
11-Angel (intro instrumental #1)
12-Angel (complete instrumental)
13-Angel (intro instrumental #2)
14-Drifting (alternate take)
15-Angel (alternate version complete with vocals)
16-Belly Button Window (instrumental)

http://idata.over-blog.com/2/03/43/50/Pochettes1/vol3.jpg

Vol 4

01-Lover Man
02-Message To Love
03-Izabella (take 2)
04-Bleeding Heart (blues in C sharp)
05-Izabella (take 1)
06-Blue Suede Shoes
07-Power of Soul (takes nos. 1 to 16)

http://idata.over-blog.com/2/03/43/50/Pochettes1/vol4.jpg


Info from Taringa:

In The Studio Ė Volume 1

Wait Until Tomorrow
Recorded 26th October 1967 at Olympic Studios alternate mix using automatic double tracking on the vocal part.

Spanish Castle Magic
Recorded 27th October 1967 at Olympic Studios.

Golden Rose (One Rainy Wish)
Recorded 3rd October 1967 at Olympic Studios with overdubs on 29th October. This is a slightly longer alternate mix.

Ainít No Telling #1
Recorded 26th October 1967 at Olympic Studios this version includes rhythm guitar in a more central mix as opposed to at the side.

South Saturn Delta
Recorded December1967 at Olympic Studios with Dave Mason and an unknown drummer.

Little One #1
Recorded 30th December1967 at Olympic Studios with Brian Jones, Dave Mason and Mitch Mitchell.

Little One #2
Recorded 30th December1967 at Olympic Studios with Brian Jones, Dave Mason and Mitch Mitchell. This version has different bass parts and Dave Mason plays slide guitar on this version.

Castles Made Of Sand
Recorded 29th October 1967 at Olympic Studios this is an alternate mix.

Ainít No Telling #2
The second take of this song, which runs pretty much as the first version although with this take is slightly longer.

Sheís So Fine
Recorded 4th May 1967 at Olympic Studios 1967 with overdubs laid down on 30th October of that year. This is an alternate mix with different vocals by Noel Redding who wrote the song.

Up From The Skies
Recorded 29th October1967 at Olympic Studios, this is an alternate mix with the vocals on one channel.

Bold As Love
Recorded 29th October 1967 at Olympic Studios, this version has a totally different vocal take and an early fade out and does not have the phasing effect at the end.

Little Miss Lover
Recorded 1st October 1967 at Olympic Studios this is an alternate take with a wolf-whistle at the beginning of the track.

Waterfall (May This Be Love)
Recorded 3rd April 1967 at Olympic Studios, this is an alternate mix.

Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)
Recorded in January1968 at Olympic studios, this track features Jimi with an unknown musician (rumored to be Dave Mason of Traffic) on bass. Although the song would go on to appear on the Electric Ladyland album this session took place before the real sessions for Electric Ladyland began in New York in early April.

Dream
Noel Redding penned track and featuring him on vocals. Recorded 20th December1967 at Olympic Studios, was cut as an acetate with a single in mind but was never issued.

Dance
Recorded 20th December1967 at Olympic Studios featuring Mitch Mitchell on vocals.

***

In The Studio Volume 3

All the tracks contained in this volume of the In The Studio series were recorded at the new Electric Lady studio complex Hendrix had built in New York. Part of the money used to finance the building of the studio had been advanced by Warners on condition that the guitarist would appear in a film entitled Rainbow Bridge which was the brainchild of Jimiís manager Mike Jeffery. This he agreed to do and Warners no doubt expected to receive a soundtrack album featuring Jimiís performance captured on film in Hawaii (to date no official release of the two sets Jimi that the band played has appeared).The Electric Lady studios were intended as a solid business proposition, as, although the studios would hired out for other recording sessions, it would in theory cut down on the considerable expenses Jimi was chalking up at his favourite New York studio, The Record Plant. It was also thought that in his own studio there would be no time constraints and this would ultimately make Jimi more relaxed and creative. Whilst still not officially opened for business Jimi was regularly using the studio as soon as the equipment was installed, thus much of the studio material recorded in the final months of his life comes from sessions recorded there.

Of the many sessions that took place at Electric Lady in the summer of 1970 some of the tracks featured here such as Belly Button Window, Freedom, Angel and Drifting would eventually become key tracks on The Cry Of Love , instantly familiar to the many people who own the album. The versions presented here are of course works in progress, but the evolution of the songs (particularly Angel) can be heard in detail over the course of the three versions featured in this volume.

The session that took place on the 26th of June is interesting as Valleys Of Neptune was certainly a song Jimi wanted to include on the First Rays Of The New Rising Sun. The work that took place on this night in common with the night before, featured just Mitch Mitchell on drums and Jimi on guitar and later overdubbing bass. Subsequently however the song did not appear on any of the three albums (The Cry of Love, Voodoo Soup and The First Rays Of The New Rising Sun) that purported to represent the album Jimi was working on at the time of his death.

During the time that these sessions were recorded Jimi, Mitch and Billy were also performing regularly and while the studio didnít receive an official opening until the 26 August, Electric Lady almost became a second home for Jimi and his creative needs with sessions usually lasting well into the night. As befits the original idea of a double album, a great deal of material was recorded and some of it would undoubtedly have been included in the final running order of the First Rays Of The New Rising Sun although it is safe to assume that some of it would simply have been discarded or reworked later for other projects. We will of course never know for sure. What is fascinating is the glimpse we do get of Jimiís recording methods on this album of sessions which in addition to the music also includes chat between and during the various takes between Jimi and the engineers and other musicians.

***

In The Studio Volume 4

Lover Man
Recorded on the15th May 1970 this recording features Billy Cox on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums. The engineer was Eddie Kramer assisted by Tom Flye.

Message To Love
Recorded on the 19th December 1969. The band was Billy Cox on bass and Buddy Miles on drums The engineer was Bob Cotto and the 2nd engineer R. Beekman. This song was originally entitled Message To The Universe.

Izabella (reel 4 take 2)
Recorded on the 7th November 1969 and engineered by Jack Adams and Dave Ragno. With no bass player, Hendrix and Buddy Miles ran through many takes of this track which ended with technical problems. A young Tony Bongiovi was ultimately sent for to sort out the problems

Bleeding Heart (blues in C sharp)
This alternate mix comes from the session that too place on 24th March 1970. The band, which was the one to remain in place until Jimiís death in September of 1970, consisted of Billy Cox on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums. The engineer was Jack Adams and the 2nd Engineer Dave Ragno. Only four versions of this song were ever recorded with the 4th take appearing on the Rainbow Bridge album. Originally recorded with an unknown drummer and no bassist, Billy Cox later joined the session but Mitch Mitchellís drums were recorded later at Electric Lady studios.

Izabella (take 1)
Another take from the session listed above and featuring the same line up which lends the song a different feel from the version recorded with the Band Of Gypsies some four months previously.

Blue Suede Shoes
This is the most complete version of the old Carl Perkins song. Another, shorter version of this song would eventually surface on the Loose Ends album. This version was recorded during the final days of the Band Of Gypsies on the 23rd January 1970 under the stewardship of engineer Bob Hughes and 2nd engineer Dave Ragno. The band here is Billy Cox on bass and Buddy Miles on Drums

Power of Soul (takes 1 - 16)
This work I progress was recorded on the 21st November 1969. The Band Of Gypsies were deep into recordings and rehearsals for what would turn out to be their only major appearance at the Fillmore East at the end of the year Billy Cox. The engineer was Tony Bongiovi assisted by Tom Erdelyi. The song was originally called Paper Airplanes and has appeared listed on some bootlegs under this title. Interestingly, both Tommy Erdelyi and Tony Bongiovi would work together in the Ď70s when Tony produced the Ramones with Tommy, now known as Tommy Ramone, the Ramones drummer.

Reissuleipa
09-24-08, 03:22 PM
I may already have all these tracks but it never hurts to make sure.
Thanks.

neerjoop
09-25-08, 02:31 PM
After vol. 2, now the next, thanks man.

Emilovious
09-25-08, 05:27 PM
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Emilovious
09-25-08, 05:29 PM
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Emilovious
09-25-08, 05:32 PM
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Emilovious
09-25-08, 05:35 PM
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Emilovious
09-25-08, 05:36 PM
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Emilovious
09-25-08, 05:40 PM
Alternate-1 back for vol.3:
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Emilovious
09-25-08, 05:41 PM
Alternate-2 back cover for vol.3:

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Emilovious
09-25-08, 05:43 PM
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paul56
09-25-08, 06:38 PM
Thanks for gathering up the artwork Emil!!!

vibratinglens
10-29-09, 12:21 AM
In the Studio (Volumes 1, 3 & 4)
From In The Studio Vol.1-10 (Reclamation RECD 1011 / 2006 / 10CD Box / Ltd.Nr.Edition 386/1.000) ftbfs: B824-B833

Lineage:
Silver CDs>EAC>WAV>FLAC


Vol 1

01-Wait Until Tomorrow
02-Spanish Castle Magic
03-Golden Rose (One Rainy Wish)
04-Ain't No Telling #1
05-South Saturn Delta
06-Little One #1
07-Little One #2
08-Castles Made Of Sand
09-Ain't No Telling #2
10-She's So Fine
11-Up From The Skies
12-Bold As Love
13-Little Miss Lover
14-Waterfall (May This Be Love)
15-Have You Ever Heard
16-Dream
17-Dance

http://idata.over-blog.com/2/03/43/50/Pochettes1/vol1.jpg

Vol 3

01-Drifting (try out)
02-Keep On Groovin' Drifting (try out)
03-Midnight Lightnin' (try out)
04-Freedom (alternate take)
05-Cherokee Mist-In From The Storm
06-Valleys Of Neptune (instrumental)
07-Lil Dog Of Mine-Heaven Has No Sorrow (session)
08-Valleys Of Neptune (session)
09-Improvisation-Drifting(try Out)
10-Had To Cry Today
11-Angel (intro instrumental #1)
12-Angel (complete instrumental)
13-Angel (intro instrumental #2)
14-Drifting (alternate take)
15-Angel (alternate version complete with vocals)
16-Belly Button Window (instrumental)

http://idata.over-blog.com/2/03/43/50/Pochettes1/vol3.jpg

Vol 4

01-Lover Man
02-Message To Love
03-Izabella (take 2)
04-Bleeding Heart (blues in C sharp)
05-Izabella (take 1)
06-Blue Suede Shoes
07-Power of Soul (takes nos. 1 to 16)

http://idata.over-blog.com/2/03/43/50/Pochettes1/vol4.jpg


Info from Taringa:

In The Studio Ė Volume 1

Wait Until Tomorrow
Recorded 26th October 1967 at Olympic Studios alternate mix using automatic double tracking on the vocal part.

Spanish Castle Magic
Recorded 27th October 1967 at Olympic Studios.

Golden Rose (One Rainy Wish)
Recorded 3rd October 1967 at Olympic Studios with overdubs on 29th October. This is a slightly longer alternate mix.

Ainít No Telling #1
Recorded 26th October 1967 at Olympic Studios this version includes rhythm guitar in a more central mix as opposed to at the side.

South Saturn Delta
Recorded December1967 at Olympic Studios with Dave Mason and an unknown drummer.

Little One #1
Recorded 30th December1967 at Olympic Studios with Brian Jones, Dave Mason and Mitch Mitchell.

Little One #2
Recorded 30th December1967 at Olympic Studios with Brian Jones, Dave Mason and Mitch Mitchell. This version has different bass parts and Dave Mason plays slide guitar on this version.

Castles Made Of Sand
Recorded 29th October 1967 at Olympic Studios this is an alternate mix.

Ainít No Telling #2
The second take of this song, which runs pretty much as the first version although with this take is slightly longer.

Sheís So Fine
Recorded 4th May 1967 at Olympic Studios 1967 with overdubs laid down on 30th October of that year. This is an alternate mix with different vocals by Noel Redding who wrote the song.

Up From The Skies
Recorded 29th October1967 at Olympic Studios, this is an alternate mix with the vocals on one channel.

Bold As Love
Recorded 29th October 1967 at Olympic Studios, this version has a totally different vocal take and an early fade out and does not have the phasing effect at the end.

Little Miss Lover
Recorded 1st October 1967 at Olympic Studios this is an alternate take with a wolf-whistle at the beginning of the track.

Waterfall (May This Be Love)
Recorded 3rd April 1967 at Olympic Studios, this is an alternate mix.

Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)
Recorded in January1968 at Olympic studios, this track features Jimi with an unknown musician (rumored to be Dave Mason of Traffic) on bass. Although the song would go on to appear on the Electric Ladyland album this session took place before the real sessions for Electric Ladyland began in New York in early April.

Dream
Noel Redding penned track and featuring him on vocals. Recorded 20th December1967 at Olympic Studios, was cut as an acetate with a single in mind but was never issued.

Dance
Recorded 20th December1967 at Olympic Studios featuring Mitch Mitchell on vocals.

***

In The Studio Volume 3

All the tracks contained in this volume of the In The Studio series were recorded at the new Electric Lady studio complex Hendrix had built in New York. Part of the money used to finance the building of the studio had been advanced by Warners on condition that the guitarist would appear in a film entitled Rainbow Bridge which was the brainchild of Jimiís manager Mike Jeffery. This he agreed to do and Warners no doubt expected to receive a soundtrack album featuring Jimiís performance captured on film in Hawaii (to date no official release of the two sets Jimi that the band played has appeared).The Electric Lady studios were intended as a solid business proposition, as, although the studios would hired out for other recording sessions, it would in theory cut down on the considerable expenses Jimi was chalking up at his favourite New York studio, The Record Plant. It was also thought that in his own studio there would be no time constraints and this would ultimately make Jimi more relaxed and creative. Whilst still not officially opened for business Jimi was regularly using the studio as soon as the equipment was installed, thus much of the studio material recorded in the final months of his life comes from sessions recorded there.

Of the many sessions that took place at Electric Lady in the summer of 1970 some of the tracks featured here such as Belly Button Window, Freedom, Angel and Drifting would eventually become key tracks on The Cry Of Love , instantly familiar to the many people who own the album. The versions presented here are of course works in progress, but the evolution of the songs (particularly Angel) can be heard in detail over the course of the three versions featured in this volume.

The session that took place on the 26th of June is interesting as Valleys Of Neptune was certainly a song Jimi wanted to include on the First Rays Of The New Rising Sun. The work that took place on this night in common with the night before, featured just Mitch Mitchell on drums and Jimi on guitar and later overdubbing bass. Subsequently however the song did not appear on any of the three albums (The Cry of Love, Voodoo Soup and The First Rays Of The New Rising Sun) that purported to represent the album Jimi was working on at the time of his death.

During the time that these sessions were recorded Jimi, Mitch and Billy were also performing regularly and while the studio didnít receive an official opening until the 26 August, Electric Lady almost became a second home for Jimi and his creative needs with sessions usually lasting well into the night. As befits the original idea of a double album, a great deal of material was recorded and some of it would undoubtedly have been included in the final running order of the First Rays Of The New Rising Sun although it is safe to assume that some of it would simply have been discarded or reworked later for other projects. We will of course never know for sure. What is fascinating is the glimpse we do get of Jimiís recording methods on this album of sessions which in addition to the music also includes chat between and during the various takes between Jimi and the engineers and other musicians.

***

In The Studio Volume 4

Lover Man
Recorded on the15th May 1970 this recording features Billy Cox on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums. The engineer was Eddie Kramer assisted by Tom Flye.

Message To Love
Recorded on the 19th December 1969. The band was Billy Cox on bass and Buddy Miles on drums The engineer was Bob Cotto and the 2nd engineer R. Beekman. This song was originally entitled Message To The Universe.

Izabella (reel 4 take 2)
Recorded on the 7th November 1969 and engineered by Jack Adams and Dave Ragno. With no bass player, Hendrix and Buddy Miles ran through many takes of this track which ended with technical problems. A young Tony Bongiovi was ultimately sent for to sort out the problems

Bleeding Heart (blues in C sharp)
This alternate mix comes from the session that too place on 24th March 1970. The band, which was the one to remain in place until Jimiís death in September of 1970, consisted of Billy Cox on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums. The engineer was Jack Adams and the 2nd Engineer Dave Ragno. Only four versions of this song were ever recorded with the 4th take appearing on the Rainbow Bridge album. Originally recorded with an unknown drummer and no bassist, Billy Cox later joined the session but Mitch Mitchellís drums were recorded later at Electric Lady studios.

Izabella (take 1)
Another take from the session listed above and featuring the same line up which lends the song a different feel from the version recorded with the Band Of Gypsies some four months previously.

Blue Suede Shoes
This is the most complete version of the old Carl Perkins song. Another, shorter version of this song would eventually surface on the Loose Ends album. This version was recorded during the final days of the Band Of Gypsies on the 23rd January 1970 under the stewardship of engineer Bob Hughes and 2nd engineer Dave Ragno. The band here is Billy Cox on bass and Buddy Miles on Drums

Power of Soul (takes 1 - 16)
This work I progress was recorded on the 21st November 1969. The Band Of Gypsies were deep into recordings and rehearsals for what would turn out to be their only major appearance at the Fillmore East at the end of the year Billy Cox. The engineer was Tony Bongiovi assisted by Tom Erdelyi. The song was originally called Paper Airplanes and has appeared listed on some bootlegs under this title. Interestingly, both Tommy Erdelyi and Tony Bongiovi would work together in the Ď70s when Tony produced the Ramones with Tommy, now known as Tommy Ramone, the Ramones drummer.

Could a friend get a seed?

Purplz
11-29-09, 02:37 PM
Could a friend get a seed?

Same here :)

:000-thanx:

brezelbaer
11-29-09, 03:03 PM
Thanks a lot!

Ezy Rider
12-03-09, 08:32 PM
Thanks for the re-seed, looks great.

lv3lv
12-07-09, 12:38 AM
Dumb question ! Where is Vol. 2 ???

manfree
12-07-09, 11:16 AM
Is there anything on here Not covered by the "Is it Legal/ Willjamz" set?

Zelgadis
12-12-09, 04:05 PM
Been waiting to grab this one, can't wait!

frank
12-13-09, 04:39 PM
:( It seems like you didn't detect the gaps for the tracks(pressing F4). I really wanted a good rip of this. Everything else is fine though. Beggars can't be choosers I guess

Purplz
12-25-09, 11:13 PM
:( It seems like you didn't detect the gaps for the tracks(pressing F4). I really wanted a good rip of this. Everything else is fine though. Beggars can't be choosers I guess

Indeed.. Such a shame there's no ID3 tags too..

I was thinking of making them then making a new torrent with all the credits to the OP. It would just be an alternate torrent on the first post for people who want the ID3 tags.

Armel, tell me if you'd accept such a request ;)

Armel
12-27-09, 11:37 AM
Indeed.. Such a shame there's no ID3 tags too..

I was thinking of making them then making a new torrent with all the credits to the OP. It would just be an alternate torrent on the first post for people who want the ID3 tags.

Armel, tell me if you'd accept such a request ;)

Sure!..it's no problem for me but maybe it would be better to ask an admin first :)

frank
02-11-10, 11:38 PM
Indeed.. Such a shame there's no ID3 tags too..

I was thinking of making them then making a new torrent with all the credits to the OP. It would just be an alternate torrent on the first post for people who want the ID3 tags.

Armel, tell me if you'd accept such a request ;)


If you mean that they were not properly tagged then yes it is a shame (no disrespect to the uploader). But clicking the ID3 option on EAC is not a wise decision.

rbmarliere
11-09-11, 09:16 AM
please seed!

zombywoof57
11-09-11, 09:52 PM
thanks for the share

sillyworm
11-10-11, 08:51 AM
THANKS! Seeders?

manfree
11-10-11, 12:39 PM
Isn`t there actually 10 vols?

zombywoof57
11-10-11, 04:19 PM
thank you, looks like a few rare tracks,,,,seeds please!!!

dreamclinic
11-24-11, 07:45 AM
Many thanks from Tampa!!

Dennis "dreamclinic"

GeoffP
10-08-14, 07:27 PM
Reseed, anyone? Thanks.