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    Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    JIMI HENDRIX
    Cafe Au Go Go, New York City
    March 17, 1968
    TITLE: 'Blues At Midnight'
    LABEL: Midnight Beat 1995 (MB CD 037)
    LINEAGE: Original Silvers > EAC (secure, offset corrected, test and copy) > WAV > FLAC
    01. LITTLE WING
    02. EVERYTHING'S GONNA BE ALLRIGHT
    03. THREE LITTLE BEARS PART 1
    04. THREE LITTLE BEARS PART 2
    05. INSTRUMENTAL JAM
    06. STORMY MONDAY
    07. BLUES IN C
    (77:25)





    Cafe Au Go Go 1968 with art.
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    Last edited by Fergyuk; 05-01-08 at 04:56 PM. Reason: error


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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    please post any and all info for all uploads.

    people like to know what they are getting.

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    More info from original uploader

    EAC extraction logfile from 10. December 2005, 16:02 for CD
    Unknown Artist / Unknown Title
    Used drive : SONY CD-RW CRX216E Adapter: 1 ID: 1
    Read mode : Secure with C2, accurate stream, disable cache
    Read offset correction : 6
    Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No
    Used output format : Internal WAV Routines
    44.100 Hz; 16 Bit; Stereo
    Other options :
    Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes
    Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No
    Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000

    Track 1

    Peak level 51.4 %
    Track quality 100.0 %
    Test CRC 8CA1561F
    Copy CRC 8CA1561F
    Copy OK
    Track 2

    Peak level 54.1 %
    Track quality 99.9 %
    Test CRC A697CFC0
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    Copy OK
    Track 3

    Peak level 91.7 %
    Track quality 100.0 %
    Test CRC 04C36B69
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    Copy OK
    Track 4

    Peak level 59.0 %
    Track quality 99.9 %
    Test CRC FA455F0E
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    Copy OK
    Track 5

    Peak level 62.0 %
    Track quality 99.9 %
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    Copy OK
    Track 6

    Peak level 47.7 %
    Track quality 100.0 %
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    Copy OK
    Track 7

    Peak level 98.7 %
    Track quality 100.0 %
    Test CRC BB2E1235
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    Copy OK
    No errors occured

    End of status report
    Last edited by Fergyuk; 05-01-08 at 06:26 PM.

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    I am very grateful to all who shared, and especially Fergyuk!
    Great sound and documentation!

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    thank you

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    Quote Originally Posted by Fergyuk View Post
    JIMI HENDRIX
    Cafe Au Go Go, New York City
    March 17, 1968
    TITLE: 'Blues At Midnight'
    LABEL: Midnight Beat 1995 (MB CD 037)
    LINEAGE: Original Silvers > EAC (secure, offset corrected, test and copy) > WAV > FLAC
    01. LITTLE WING
    02. EVERYTHING'S GONNA BE ALLRIGHT
    03. THREE LITTLE BEARS PART 1
    04. THREE LITTLE BEARS PART 2
    05. INSTRUMENTAL JAM
    06. STORMY MONDAY
    07. BLUES IN C
    (77:25)





    Cafe Au Go Go 1968 with art.
    I know it has been ages, but does anyone still have this file? I'm trying to find an uncut version of Little Wing from this session. Thanks ahead of time! Peace and happiness

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    I have the files but not the torrent. Might be a differet rip with different tags so seeding is probably not an option because the files will be different.

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    I also have an 80-minute version. Info file:

    Jimi Hendrix
    1968-03-17
    Cafe au Go-Go
    New York City, New York


    Main Source: SBD>??>CD>WAV>SHN

    Alt. Source: SBD>??>FLAC(unknown lineage)

    Remastering: SHN/FLAC>WAV>WaveLab5.0>CDWAV>SHN(seekable)


    Set 1 [80:37.51]
    CD 1 [40:18.08]
    01. Little Wing// [09:13.73]
    02. //Everything's Gonna Be Alright [08:45.41]
    03. //Three Little Bears Part 1-> [15:54.11]
    04. Three Little Bears Part 2// [06:24.33]

    CD 2 [40:19.43]
    01. Instrumental Jam [08:42.15]
    02. //Stormy Monday [08:22.46]
    03. //Jam I [06:14.00]
    04. Jam II "Drunk Again" [17:00.57]

    Band:
    Jimi Hendrix (guitar)
    Elvin Bishop (guitar)
    Buddy Miles (drums)
    Paul Butterfield (vocals, harmonica)
    Harvey Brooks (bass)
    Philip Wilson (drums)
    Herbie Rich (organ)
    James Tatum (sax)

    Main Source original info:
    Taped by: ?
    Transfered by: ?
    Bootleg Title: Blues At Midnight (Midnight Beat MB CD 037)
    File Size: 341 MB (SHN)

    Alt. Source original info:
    This is the most complete version of this jam that I've been able to find. It was bootlegged in the 90s (i think) but that release, although sounding a bit better, was not as complete as this torrent. There's some great playing from all the musicians involved here, and as you can see below this isnt the Experience, its Jimi and friends playing at a jamsession at the Cafe Au Go Go in NYC. I think this is one of the sessions (like the BB King session torrented only days ago) that Jimi recorded himself on his reel2reel as he had the habit of doing around that time. Its a Stereo Soundboard recording but it doesnt sound as clear in some places as i would like it to sound, nevertheless a more complete version than on any bootleg. audio: Jimi on (2-5), with Paul Butterfield on harmonica, Elvin Bishop on guitar, Harvey Brooks on bass, Herbie Rich on organ, Buddy Miles on drums, Phillip Wilson on drums and a certain Jack (James Tatum) on sax, stereo soundboard recording; 80.39 minutes, excellent quality

    Remastering info:
    Remastering preformed on both sources with Wavelab 5.0 and plugins. All patches preformed with cross fades and overlapping. Most of the hiss on both sources was removed without using noise reduction. On both sources the vocal levels are low through out. Both sources were tracked diffrently which made it more difficult to figure when tracks went where. I used the setlist above because it was found in more places on the net. Plus D01t08(Jam II "Drunk Again") at the end of the track it sounds like they say "good night folks". D01t01(Little Wing) thru D01t06(Stormy Monday) the Main Source was used. D01t01(Little Wing) both sources cut/fade out @ 9:13. D01t02(Everything's Gonna Be Alright) Fades in on both sources. D01t03(Three Little Bears Part 1) Fades in on both sources, digital pop @ 9:59 on both channels removed. D01t04(Three Little Bears Part 2) Main Source Fades out @ 6:15, Alt. Source was used to patch from 6:15 thru 6:24, Alt. Source cuts off @ 6:24. D02t02(Stormy Monday) both sources fade in at the same spot. D02t03(Jam I) and D02t04(Jam II "Drunk Again") Alt. source was used, levels raise and drop through out both tracks. D01t07(Jam I) drop out on both channels @ 00:15 and 00:45 removed.

    Remastering by twiley 09/16/2004.

    Thanks to ecocats for the Main Source and Johan for the Alt. Source

    ENJOY!

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    Managed to get to 99.9% on this. Can anybody help me finish the text and housekeeping files, please ? Thank you in advance.
    Last edited by shnfoobar; 02-11-19 at 04:06 AM.

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    Sorry I don't have it anymore, can't help!

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    Quote Originally Posted by J.Lucas View Post
    Here's the text file
    jh1968-3-17.sbd.mrchips.mb-bam.flac16.txt from the OP
    https://mega.nz/#!aMMmRIqQ!vgbVYLib9...l1qjE0h-0VAIGw
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    I was hoping I could just attach it...but I don't see the option anymore(on my end)
    Thank you. The effort is very much appreciated.
    Unfortunately that .txt file is 1.83kb, The one required for this torrent is 1.70kb.
    I also require the .log file and .md5.

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    Quote Originally Posted by shnfoobar View Post
    Thank you. The effort is very much appreciated.
    Unfortunately that .txt file is 1.83kb, The one required for this torrent is 1.70kb.
    I also require the .log file and .md5.
    Sorry...I didn't check file size...and I see in my folder that I downloaded it in 2007, so that's a year before this was posted
    the info in the txt file does match the OP description of the Midnight Beat CD.

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    Re: Blues at Midnight - New York City 1968-03-17

    As an aside - I have a feeling that some of this may be released officially...because my Youtube channel (strangely) got a copyright strike for the Three Bears jam...same thing happened years ago before they released BoG first show...I may be completely offbase here, but I wonder if EH are now trying to make something out of these jams? If not - then I have no idea why that was targeted.

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