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    18. LITTLE MISS LOVER (1)

    LITTLE MISS LOVER (backing vocal Mitch & Jimi. Considered for a while as his next single – a quite bizarre notion imho)

    Little Miss Lover, heh-heh
    uh-Where have you been in this world, for so...
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    17. ONE RAINY WISH (1)

    ONE RAINY WISH [aka Gold & Rose]

    Gold and rose1, the colour of the dream I had
    Not too lo-ong ago
    Misty blue and lilac too
    uh-Never to grow o-o-old
    There you were under the tree of song...
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    SHE’S SO FINE (Noel Redding) [early vocal take, sung by Noel]

    She walks with a bell-clock ‘round her neck
    So the hippies think she’s in with ti-ime-uh
    Her hair glistens like, [a] robin’s...
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    15. CASTLES MADE OF SAND (1)

    CASTLES MADE OF SAND1

    Down the street you can hear her scream, “You’re a disgrace”
    As she slams the door in his drunken face
    And now he stands outsi-ide
    And all the neighbours start to gossip...
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    YOU GOT ME FLOATIN’

    ekcuf uoY [‘You fucked’ played backwards. Not on European & later Japanese Polydor, only on Barclay,
    Reprise & original Track (not Backtrack 11) possibly on original...
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    13. IF 6 WAS 9 (1)

    IF 6 WAS 9*(Backing vocal: Mitch)
    [aka “If Six Was Nine”, includes “The Symphony Of The Experience (PTB*)” [*Part ‘B’] not a separate track as was previously thought but the end overdub with Jimi -...
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    12. LITTLE WING (1)

    LITTLE WING1

    Well, she’s walkin’ through the clou-ou-ou-ouds
    With a circus mind that’s running wild-t’
    Butterflies and zebras and Moonbeams
    And-uh fairy-ta-a-ales
    That’s all she ever thinks...
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    Re: 11. HIGHWAY CHILE (1)

    It's whatever you think:) His lyrics are great though eh?
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    AIN’T NO TELLING [Mitch & Noel backing vocals]

    Well, there ain’t no, (Ain’t no),
    Ain’t no telling, b-aby
    When you will see me again,
    But I pray, it will be tomorro-o-ow
    Well, the sunrise...
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    10. WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW (1)

    WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW* [Mitch & Noel backing. ‘Sotheby’s’ mix has extended fadeout (in italics), ]

    Well, I’m standin’ here freezin’ inside your golden garden
    I got my ladder leaned up against your...
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    09. SPANISH CASTLE MAGIC (1)

    SPANISH CASTLE MAGIC1

    It’s very far awa-ay
    It takes about a half a day to get there
    If we travel by my-ah, dragonfly2
    No it’s not i-in Spai-ain
    But all the same you know it’s a, a groovy...
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    08. UP FROM THE SKIES (1)

    UP FROM THE SKIES

    I just uh-wanna talk-uh to you, I won’t-uh do you no ha-a-arm
    I just wanna know about your different lives
    On this here people farm
    I heard some o’ you got your families...
  13. Thread: 07. EXP (1)

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    07. EXP (1)

    EXP

    Announcer (Mitch):
    “Good evening ladies and gentlemen, welcome to radio station E.X.P. Tonight we are featuring an interview, with a very peculiar looking gentleman - who goes by the name...
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    06. BBC WORLD SERVICE

    Tuesday 17 October 1967
    BBC Aeolian Hall, Studio 2, London, UK
    Live radio recording for the BBC World Service program, Rhythm And Blues (broadcast 13 November)
    Host: Alexis Korner
    Producer: Jeff...
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    Re: 11. HIGHWAY CHILE (1)

    Does that mean: "I think it is 'raven' hair." Go for it:)
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    05. TOP GEAR

    Friday 6 October 1967, London WC2, BBC Playhouse Theatre
    Live recording for the BBC Radio One program ‘Top Gear’ (15 October 1967)Producers: Bev Philips & Bernie Andrews
    Engineer: Pete Ritzema
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    04. GLOOMY MONDAY (session)

    Was the visit a misplaced attempted panacea by Jimi, alone? Were Chas & Mike involved? Or was he lured there (unwittingly). Jimi (& Co.?) obviously did not really “fully understand” the difference in...
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    THE STARS THAT PLAY WITH LAUGHING SAM’S DICE

    One, two. One, two, three, four. . .

    Stars up abo-o-ve, that play with “Laughing Sam’s di-ice”3
    They make us fee-eel, that they’d want the world...
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    02. BURNING OF THE MIDNIGHT LAMP (1)

    BURNING OF THE MIDNIGHT LAMP* [single ‘A’ side]

    The morning is dead and the day is too
    There’s nothing left here to leave me, but the velvet Moo-oon
    All my loneliness I have felt today
    It’s a...
  20. 01. BURNING OF THE MIDNIGHT LAMP (early takes)

    BURNING OF THE MIDNIGHT LAMP* [early mono take]

    The morning is dead and the day is too
    There’s nothing left here to desert me, but the velvet Moo-oon
    All the loneliness I have felt today
    It’s...
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    25. TAKING CARE OF NO BUSINESS (1)

    TAKING CARE OF NO BUSINESS* [roadie Howard Parker aka ‘H’ is the voice of the barman]

    Jimi : Now, now then, whoa, you’re not making them, them tinkle, wait, wait, you’re not making them tinkle....
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    24. Mr. BAD LUCK (1)

    Thursday 4 May 1967
    London, Olympic Sound Studios
    Mr. Bad Luck was a song that ‘The Blue Flame’ (Jimmy “James’” [Hendrix] band) used to play at the Café Wha? and other downtown clubs in 1966. This...
  23. 26. MITCH ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE LYRICS

    Mitch on the importance of the lyrics:

    He’s [Jimi] the first person ever that made me aware of, actually, you-kn’[ow], actually made me listen, you know. Because, an’, it’s very important to hear...
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    27. ROCK POET: JIM MORRISON

    ROCK POET: JIM MORRISON

    [...]
    ?: “The concept of poetry as a potent factor in some of our finest rock artists and their lyrical offerings is not, by any means, exclusive to Jim Morrison. Widely...
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    23. RED HOUSE #2

    Thursday 23 February 1967, De Lane Lea Music Ltd, Kingsway, London


    Cough, cough
    Take one.
    One, two, three…

    RED HOUSE #2 [Take 1]

    There’s a red house over yonder
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