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univibs
10-07-08, 03:25 PM
a few years back I listened to a radio show, sometime during the show they broadcast a Jimi Hendrix's song(he was on voacals and guitar) and it start like this: "mother, Mother..."
it sounds like it was recorded late 69 or early 1970 and it's a blues song.

does anyone know this song ?
and if yes where can I find it ?

thanks

sessionsman
10-07-08, 03:32 PM
Courtesy from HP site :

The Capricorn Tape (For Trade Only FTO 003 / 08.07.2003 / 1CDR)
(Outtakes 1968-70 [Most Tracks prepared and / or considered for the CDs ":Blues" and "Voodoo Soup"]) 1st Gen
Tracklist: "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "Belly Button Window" (6) / "Georgia Blues" (2) [aka. "Mother"] / "Villanova Junction" (18) Jam / "Lover Man" (7) / "New Rising Sun" (2) / "Midnight" (4)
Notes :
- Refer to Jimpress issue 76, p.59-64 for a comprehensive review of this tape.

HB

norocker
10-07-08, 06:17 PM
There was a slightly altered version (added horn, if I remember) on the Martin Scorsese presents the Blues cd of Jimi's music, too. I guess this is still in print?

univibs
10-09-08, 03:22 PM
Courtesy from HP site :

The Capricorn Tape (For Trade Only FTO 003 / 08.07.2003 / 1CDR)
(Outtakes 1968-70 [Most Tracks prepared and / or considered for the CDs ":Blues" and "Voodoo Soup"]) 1st Gen
Tracklist: "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "Belly Button Window" (6) / "Georgia Blues" (2) [aka. "Mother"] / "Villanova Junction" (18) Jam / "Lover Man" (7) / "New Rising Sun" (2) / "Midnight" (4)
Notes :
- Refer to Jimpress issue 76, p.59-64 for a comprehensive review of this tape.

HB

THANK YOU !

can you seed it please ?

voodoo_child58
10-09-08, 04:53 PM
THANK YOU !

can you seed it please ?

http://http://crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?t=105&highlight=the+capricorn+tape

Now it's seeded but please, as first, you've to rise your share ratio.

Emilovious
10-09-08, 05:53 PM
As far as I remember, Mother, Mother (Georgia Blues) was first
released on CD version of "Two Great Experiences Together" and
later on "Martin Scorsese presents the Blues".
Since Lonnie Youngblood is on lead vocal are you sure you know
which song exactly you're talking about since their vocals and style
of singing aren't very similar.
Can you remember anything else about that "phantom" song?
Do you remember any other word than "mother" from that song?
P.S.
"Mother, Mother" is a slow blues and starts with words
"I Was born in Georgia..."
Do you remember the title of the radio show?

The Earth Blues
10-09-08, 09:35 PM
If it's Lonnie Youngblood recording I have this uploaded on Youtube.

WOW! I went to go get the link and it has been taken down for copyright infringement. Wow. Sorry.

univibs
10-10-08, 05:26 PM
http://http://crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?t=105&highlight=the+capricorn+tape (http://http//crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?t=105&highlight=the+capricorn+tape)

Now it's seeded but please, as first, you've to rise your share ratio.

Downloaded it ! thank you, it is NOT that song, for sure.
this one is with Lonnie Youngblood on Vocals on it.
I'm talking about Jimi's Vocals on.

and I'm trying working on my ratio, I try to keep my P.C on all the time.


As far as I remember, Mother, Mother (Georgia Blues) was first
released on CD version of "Two Great Experiences Together" and
later on "Martin Scorsese presents the Blues".
Since Lonnie Youngblood is on lead vocal are you sure you know
which song exactly you're talking about since their vocals and style
of singing aren't very similar.
Can you remember anything else about that "phantom" song?
Do you remember any other word than "mother" from that song?
P.S.
"Mother, Mother" is a slow blues and starts with words
"I Was born in Georgia..."
Do you remember the title of the radio show?

like I was saying, what I've heard was Jimi's vocals on.
and yes it's a slow blues, something like "Once I had a Woman"
the only lyrics that I remember from that song is "Mother, Mother" at the begining.
the song starts with a slow Solo Guitar, very much alike "Once I had a woman" like I was saying.

jimihendrix1117
10-19-08, 06:01 AM
maybe he said "mother hubert"? the ole "when rover took over bit" that what i instantly thought of after the first post. try findin the 2nd or 3rd disc of astro man.

Emilovious
10-19-08, 09:45 AM
like I was saying, what I've heard was Jimi's vocals on.
and yes it's a slow blues, something like "Once I had a Woman"
the only lyrics that I remember from that song is "Mother, Mother" at the begining.
the song starts with a slow Solo Guitar, very much alike "Once I had a woman" like I was saying.[/QUOTE]


Well, Jimi was a blues-man but he actually didn't write so
many blues songs.
If it's not "Once I had a Woman" I really can't remember which other blues it might be....
P.S. I think, if it starts like "OIHAW", it might be "California Night"
with Jimi on solo guitar and lead vocals. It was recorded with Curtis Knight actually. Check it here:
http://crosstowntorrents.org/showthread.php?t=784

Makkinen
10-26-08, 05:34 AM
Yes, California Night starts very similar to Once I Had A Woman.

ilovejimi
10-26-08, 11:54 AM
Yes, California Night starts very similar to Once I Had A Woman.
try this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bzuc7nrmns