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    Various live 1967~1969 (Live At The Hollywood Bowl LP 96kHz/24bit transfer)

    ARTIST: Jimi Hendrix
    DATE: various - see below
    VENUE: various - see below
    LINEAGE: "Live At The Hollywood Bowl" (Rock Solid Records RSR 251 A-D) 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. Are You Experienced? (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)
    2. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)

    Side B:

    1. Red House (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)
    2. Fire (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)
    3. Hey Joe (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)

    Side C:

    1. I Don't Live Today (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)
    2. Little Wing (stopped) (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)
    3. Little Wing (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)
    4. Star Spangled Banner (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)
    5. Purple Haze (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California September 14th, 1968)

    Side D:

    1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ("Tonarskvall", Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden September 5th, 1967) (REMOVED - RELEASED OFFICIALLY)
    2. The Wind Cries Mary ("Tonarskvall", Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden September 5th, 1967) (REMOVED - RELEASED OFFICIALLY)
    3. Foxy Lady ("Tonarskvall", Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden September 5th, 1967) (REMOVED - RELEASED OFFICIALLY)
    4. Sunshine Of Your Love medley incl. drum solo (Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden January 9th, 1969 2nd show)
    5. The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp ("Tonarskvall", Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden September 5th, 1967) (REMOVED - RELEASED OFFICIALLY)

    Personnel:
    Jimi Hendrix - guitar, vocal
    Noel Redding - bass
    Mitch Mitchell - drums

    US bootleg released in 1987/88. Single thick cartoon sleeve. Hollywood Bowl tracks are incorrectly listed as recorded from October 1968. The cover also did not list Stockholm 1969 track and labelled everything from side 4 as being from Stockholm 1967.

    For complete version w/missing tracks please PM and send your current email address. Due to copyright laws I cannot post it anywhere and can share it only via private way.
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    Re: Various live 1967~1969 (Live At The Hollywood Bowl LP 96kHz/24bit transfer)

    Is this just for the novelty of it? As I believe these gigs are all available without vinyl in the lineage, and would therefore be superior?
    Is the microphone on?

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    Re: Various live 1967~1969 (Live At The Hollywood Bowl LP 96kHz/24bit transfer)

    You're correct. All sources presented on vinyl albums can be also found on raw transfers from so called low gens w/o vinyl in lineage. However, remembering that vinyl is the best resolution transfer available these days and since all my uploads are done in 96/24, I believe they're sounding superior to all digital transfers as they are all in 44.1/16 rate, what makes them just barely acceptable for hardcore listeners, who are looking for high fiedlity audios.

    Since I have a big experience in working with audio I strongly believe there are many people who admire my work much and thus I dedicate all my uploads to them.

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