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    Hendrix In Helsinki, Finland 1967

    Jimi Hendrix made his only Finnish gig at the Helsinki Culture House in May 22, 1967 with unbeatable impact on many rock musicians. At the event hosted by Antti Einiö, Experience's warming acts were performed by Finnish The Wantons, The New Joys and The First. Hendrix also visited the TV program in the same day.



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    The 15-year-old Pasi Kivi saved a 1967 film for a long time in Helsinki with a concert with the artist. Now this Jimi Hendrix concert band is a unique rarity, apparently the only one in its kind in the world.

    On May 22, 1967, one of the most prestigious performers of the concert hall, through the history of the house, was seen at the Helsinki Culture House, when a moderately unidentified American-English band, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, came to the stage.

    Luckily, the concert was also 15 years old Pasi Kivi. He recorded gig events with the newly-acquired Fuji Kaitafilm camera. Now this material is of unique value - at least for Hendrix fans.

    Pasi Kivi says that he came to the concert on the recommendation of a friend with whom he used to go and see all the gigs that were at that time in Helsinki.

    He had not previously photographed the quartz film, and the tips he received were forgotten when listening to the concert.

    The memories of the 43-year anniversary of the concert are still strong in the minds of 58-year-old Kivi.

    "Hendrix's music was something mystical and magical - Kivi remembers.

    He has also photographed other live bands in Helsinki.

    - Hendrix's original coil-film roll on the front row of the concert hall is not for sale, Kivi says.

    Ilta-Sanomat is now presenting this very rare track record of this legendary concert. The video has been dubbed by Hasse Wall's guitar. Look and enjoy!

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    Re: Hendrix In Helsinki, Finland 1967

    Why did they dub it with hassi walli when there are sevreral good jhe concert tapes from around this time
    Frank Zappa: "Rock journalism is people who can't write interviewing people who can't talk for people who can't read."

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    Re: Hendrix In Helsinki, Finland 1967

    Quote Originally Posted by stplsd View Post
    Why did they dub it with hassi walli when there are sevreral good jhe concert tapes from around this time
    Because they're Finnish?! Hasse is also quite close with the people who found and made that film.

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    Re: Hendrix In Helsinki, Finland 1967

    Quote Originally Posted by johanincr View Post
    Because they're Finnish?! Hasse is also quite close with the people who found and made that film.
    I thought there might be something more behind it than that Anyway, I would say it's crying out for a synch job [from jamminjimi?] with sound from one of the Swedish live shows from this time. I made a very rough cut up which I quite enjoyed, but I've not got the knowledge/skill to make a decent attempt.
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