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    1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Friday, June 5th, 1970

    NO SETLIST KNOWN
    no recording has surfaced



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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    This show was filmed.EH LLC partly has it, I don't know more info.

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Lareckr View Post
    This show was filmed.EH LLC partly has it, I don't know more info.
    How do you know EH partly has it? Any statements from them that you can share or link to?

    I'm questioning you because you posted this in the 'knowledge base' section.

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Ultimate Hendrix Book lists the following as a partial setlist:

    Spanish Castle Magic
    Foxey Lady
    Machine Gun
    Freedom
    Ezy Rider
    Star Spangled Banner
    Purple Haze
    Voodoo Child

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Quote Originally Posted by johanincr View Post
    How do you know EH partly has it? Any statements from them that you can share or link to?

    I'm questioning you because you posted this in the 'knowledge base' section.
    I've heard about the film he's talking about. Supposedly this was the first concert to use a rear projection screen. They recorded the video that was used for the projection. It was presented to Warner Brothers who turned it down and that was the last that was known of it. If EH has it I wish they would release it, I'd really like a video of my 14th birthday party.

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Dallas, Texas 1970-06-05

    Attachment 22800Attachment 22803Attachment 22802Attachment 22801Attachment 22804Attachment 22805

    This is purportedly the first time a rear projection screen had been used at a concert. While the feed was going to the projector it was being recorded. The tape was offered to Warner Bros. who turned it down. Current whereabouts of the tape is unknown.

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Thanks for these. Is it just me though or does the screen appear to be blank in every photo? Hard to tell with all the dark black and white coloring.

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Experiencereunited View Post
    Thanks for these. Is it just me though or does the screen appear to be blank in every photo? Hard to tell with all the dark black and white coloring.
    Yes, but it may just be due to the photographer's camera angle to the projector. Thank you Robbie for the exclusive photo's, we can finally see what everyones been talking about!
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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    I wonder if there's even any audio with it, and if so, how it was done. This is a holy grail!

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    I wonder how many cameras were used? 2 maybe?
    'The very fact you oppose this makes me think I'm onto something'

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieRadio View Post
    Dallas, Texas 1970-06-05

    Attachment 22800Attachment 22803Attachment 22802Attachment 22801Attachment 22804Attachment 22805

    This is purportedly the first time a rear projection screen had been used at a concert. While the feed was going to the projector it was being recorded. The tape was offered to Warner Bros. who turned it down. Current whereabouts of the tape is unknown.
    Here's the link PLUS other shots including ft.worth 70 color and non-jimi too
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/karls-...57603764010777

    Karl Brock
    "Jimi Dallas Memorial Auditorium1970 06 05 I've hesitated uploading because of the poor quality. Taken with a Kodak Instamatic they are scans of 40+ year old 4 x 4 prints. This is purportedly the first time a rear projection screen had been used at a concert. While the feed was going to the projector it was being recorded. The tape was offered to Warner Bros. who turned it down. Current whereabouts of the tape is unknown."...... as Robbie previously mentioned.

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    Re: 1970-06-05 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas USA

    Friday 05 June 1970
    Dallas, Memorial Auditorium, Texas, USA. JHE [II]
    [Re-built]
    Concert at 20:00
    Support: Ballin’ Jack
    Poster: Generic day-glo pink Jimi head photo

    Songs:

    Spanish Castle Magic
    Foxy Lady
    Machine Gun
    Freedom
    Ezy Ryder
    The Star Spangled Banner (John Stafford Smith)
    Purple Haze
    Voodoo Child (slight return)
    and others unknown

    The Dallas Morning News (05 June), ‘Hendrix Due’ report by unknown: “Jimi Hendrix will perform Friday at 8 p.m. at Memorial Coliseum. He set records last month in a Fort Worth appearance.”

    Unknown paper (unknown date) ‘HEADPHONES’ [column] review by Pat Page:
    “Jimi Hendrix is a beautiful cat. His natural beauty was augmented Friday night by a costume meant for a psychedelic prince in some hippie fairytale. Silk aqua bellbottoms clung to his legs, a see-through full sleeved shirt swirled with lime, orchid, yellow and blue was tied to a waist circled by a many-stranded, multi-colored cord belt. He wore a rainbow sequined vest over the shirt. An orange and purple scarf was tied around the left sleeve and a purple and blue headband around his Afro-frizzed hair, his guitar had a leopard skin strap… and a cig stuck between the strings
    A closed circuit colour TV camera projected Jimi’s image on a screen over the front of the stage. The color reproduction varying from poor to terrible and looking up at the screen from down front was a pain in the neck literally, it may have done something for the people scattered in the bleachers.
    Back up men were black Billy Cox on bass and drummer Mitch Mitchell a white long-hair. Jimi Hendrix is not a group He’s a virtuoso guitarist and an imaginative performer. He doesn’t play with his men. He plays with his guitar and the bass and drums are there to support that interplay between Hendrix and Hendrix’s guitar.
    He’s an easy rapper. He just rambles on. You can catch about every tenth word that comes tumbling out, but what he says doesn’t matter. What he communicates is, “We’re all one here, come together as friends, not an audience – performers.”
    He has a marvellous style, eyebrows lowered, mouth screwed into a puckish grimace, and a wide-legged stance he uses when coaxing certain sounds from his instrument. For other sounds he slides the guitar across the microphone pole.
    The acrobatics he gave out during ’Foxy Lady’ were not enough to satisfy me for the whole show. He handles… as well as he does his guitar and both together produce an excitement that I would have liked to have seen…..”
    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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