Sunday, May 9, 2021



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Friday, April 28, 2017

Steve Miller Band - 1978-06-25 - East Rutherford, NJ (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

"Fly Like An Eagle" blew me away!!

source: fm reel master
taped by Jerry Moore

wnew fm simulcast>7" reel @ 7.5 ips, dolby b

01: dj
02: Your Cash Ain't Nothin' But Trash
03: Take The Money And Run
04: Sugar Babe
05: Let's Dance
06: Keep On Rockin' Me
07: Jungle Love
08: Space Cowboy
09: Wild Mountain Honey>
10: Fly Like An Eagle> (one quick drop-out at 7:24)
11: Big Old Jet Airliner
12: Heart Like A Wheel
13: The Joker

one disc: 65:07

w/Beach Boys, Pablo Cruise, Stanky Brown, first concert at Giants Stadium

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - 1970-01-11 - Copenhagen, DK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

David Crosby: guitar, vocals
Stephen Stills: guitar, vocals, keyboards
Graham Nash: guitar, vocals, keyboards
Neil Young: guitar, vocals
Greg Reeves: bass
Dallas Taylor: drums
(last known show with the original CSNY lineup, acc. to

Falkoner Centret
Copenhagen, Denmark
January 11, 1970

lineage: audience recording > ??? > CDR > WAV > FLAC
remaster lineage: download (flac) > wav > flac (sb's aligned) > remaster upload.
Sound: C (but good for 1970)
Source: Aud
runtime: 128:42 (minutes/seconds)

disc one 74:37
1: Suite: Judy blue eyes 9:56
2: blackbird 2:50
3: you don't have to cry 3:29
4: on the way home 4:53
5: teach your children 3:58
6: triad 6:47
7: Guinnevere 7:04
8: our house 5:13
9: helpless 5:20 (cuts in middle)
10: country girl 6:43
11: black queen 6:59
12: 49 bye-byes > America's children 6:47
13: helplessly hoping 4:32

disc two 54:05
14: pre-road downs 6:07
15: so begins the task 5:35
16: long time gone 6:01
17: the loner 5:22
18: wooden ships 8:36
19: down by the river 22:23 (end cuts)
20: find the cost of freedom (not recorded)

The Who - 1965-1970 - BBC Radio Sessions (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rebroadcast on Alan 'Fluff' Freeman's Saturday Rock Show

BBC Radio 1 FM>Marantz ST320L Tuner>Aiwa or Teac cassette recorder (master cassette)wave capture, track markers & burned to cdr using Magix AC>accuraterip to flac level 8.

01 - The Goods Gone
02 - My Generation
03 - La-La- Lies
04 - Run, Run, Run
05 - Boris The Spider
06 - Happy jack
07 - See My Way
08 - I'm Free
09 - The Seeker
10 - Heaven And Hell
11 - Shakin' All Over

Runtime: 00:30:52

The Who - 1973-03-10 - Voorburg, NL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

4 REEL is proud to present this rare video on DvD for the 1st time ever!

Filling in as a last minute replacement for Roxy Music who could not perform due to an illness in the band ,The Who played and were broadcast live on Dutch TV.

The show was part of the Grand Gala du Pop organised by the Dutch Broadcasting Association VARA at Sporting Hall De Vliegermolon in Voorburg near The Hague.

Also incuded as bonus material are some great promos & TV performances

Video: NTSC
Resolution: 720x480 Mpeg 2 @ 29.97fps
VBR - Average: 7000 kbps
Aspect Ratio: 4.3 Fullscreen
Interlaced:Yes - Bottom Field First

Audio: 5.1 Surround AC3 @ 48000Hz/448kbps
Running Time: 68 minutes (approx)

Menu :Yes
Chapters :Yes
Artwork Included

DVD Silver>DVD-R>DVD Decrypter>You

Voorburg 73 (49 Minutes)
01 - Pinball Wizard
02 - Baba O'Riley
03 - Summertime Blues
04 - Wont Get Fooled Again
05 - My Generation
06 - See Me,Feel Me
07 - Magic Bus

08 - 5.15 - Top Of The Pops 1973
09 - Relay - Top Of The Pops 1973
10 - Long Live Rock - Top Of The Pops 1971
11 - Won't Get Fooled Again - Top Of The Pops 1970
12 - The Seeker - Hits A GoGo (German TV) 1970
13 - The Seeker - Promo Clip 1970
14 - French TV 1966
15 - Helsinki ,Finland 1966

The Who - 1970-01-16 - Paris, FR (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

ThÈ‚tre des Champs-…lysÈes

No Fiddlesticks Silver CD -> EAC v0.95 beta 4 (Secure Mode) -> WAV -> FLAC Frontend v1.1.2a (Level 5)

Silver: Shout To The Top STTP 193/194

Disc One:
01 - Heaven And Hell
02 - I Can't Explain
03 - Fortune Teller
04 - Tattoo
05 - Young Man Blues
06 - A Quick One While He's Away
07 - Overture
08 - It's A Boy
09 - 1921
10 - Amazing Journey
11 - Sparks
12 - Eyesight To The Blind
13 - Christmas
14 - The Acid Queen
15 - Pinball Wizard
16 - Do You Think It's Alright
17 - Fiddle About
18 - Tommy Can You Hear Me
19 - There's A Doctor
20 - Go To The Mirror
21 - Smash The Mirror

Disc Two:
01 - Miracle Cure
02 - Sally Simpson
03 - I'm Free
04 - Tommy's Holiday Camp
05 - We're Not Gonna Take It
06 - Summertime Blues
07 - Shakin' All Over
08 - My Generation

Liberated by hntgzr. Many thanks to whitecity for supplying the original Silver CD to rip and share! Kudos also to ooru, a definitive source of 'oo knowledge during times of uncertainty.

This is quite possibly a mixture of two AM Radio recordings. It has the same quality and feel as many other 60's AM radio shows. The recording is mono. It was the first of many early 1970's Opera House concerts showcasing Tommy.

No amendments were made to the audio files after the rip. Some tape anomalies and cuts are present.

Tattoo contains a tape anomaly at 1m 12s. Young Man Blues contains a dropout at 7m 04s during Pete's banter about A Quick One and again at 8m 32s. The dropouts are for milliseconds. There is a noticable dip in sound quality during Overture at 55s - this is where the second tape source possibly starts. Go To The Mirror has a slight cut at the end (no music is lost, just crowd noise). The first few seconds of My Generation suffers from tape flutter.

According to Anyway Anyhow Anywhere, the show from the 17th was broadcast on Europa 1. The actual date of this particular boot may well be from the 17th, however, the Concert File book lists Pete's stage banter as being from the 16th.

Bruce Springsteen - Treasures From The Vaults (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Title: Treasures From The Vault
Label: Ev2
Format: 3CD
Source: Various
Date: Various
Location: Various

Disc One:
01 That's What You Get *
02 Baby I
03 Ballad Of Jesse James
04 It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City
05 You Mean So Much To Me
06 The Fever
07 Phantoms
08 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
09 Thundercrack
10 Blinded By The Light

Disc Two:
01 Jungleland
02 Backstreets
03 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
04 Raise Your Hand
05 You Can't Sit Down
06 Crazy Rocker
07 I wanna Be Wild
08 The Promise
09 What's The Matter Little Darlin'
10 Get That Feeling
11 Prove It All Night
12 Take 'Em As They Come
13 Hungry Heart

Disc Three:
01 Trouble River
02 Living Proof
03 Book Of Dreams
04 Streets Of Philadelphia
05 Missing
06 Blood Brothers
07 This Hard Land
08 Secret Garden
09 Waiting On The End Of The World
10 Back In Your Arms (Again)
11 Murder Incorporated
12 Little Latin Lupe Lu
13 Never Be Enough Time
14 The Ghost Of Tom Joad
15 Adam Raised A Cain

'Remastering' information:
Main source: Deep Down In The Vaults, ES-63/64/65
Many pops/clicks removed one by one, all tracks completely EQ'd individually, boosted audio levels on some quiet parts and so on. You'll hear the difference.
* 0,76 seconds shorter than the original on 'DDITV' bootleg.

* Tracks 1-2 Castiles studio demos (acetate), Mr Music Inn, Bricktown, NJ 18/05/66
* Track 3 West End Bar, West End, NJ 03/70 performed as Steel Mill
* Track 4 *Unknown studio*, *Unknown location* late 1971 - early 1972 performed as The Bruce Springsteen Band
* Track 5 "Greetings From Asbury Park" studio outtake, 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, NY 06-07/72
* Track 6 WGOE-FM Radio Studios, Richmond, VA 31/05/73
* Tracks 7-8 "The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle" studio outtakes, 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, New York 07-08/73
* Track 9 *Unknown location* late 1973
* Track 10 Joe's Place, Boston, MA 05/01/74
* Track 11 Joe's Place, Boston, MA 06/01/74

* Tracks 1-2 "Born To Run" studio outtakes, The Record Plant, New York City, NY 03-07/75
* Tracks 3-5 Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT 08/21/76 w/ The Miami Horns
* Tracks 6-10 "Darkness On The Edge Of Town" studio outtakes, The Record Plant, New York City, NY 11/77 - 04/78
* Track 11 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA 01/07/78 - from withdrawn promo vinyl disc
* Track 12 "The River" studio outtake, The Power Station, New York City, NY 04/79 - 08/80
* Track 13 Forum, Copenhagen 01/05/81 w/ Malurt

* Track 1 "Human Touch" studio outtake, A&M Studios/One On One Studios, Los Angeles, CA 1990-91
* Track 2 Saturday Night Live TV Broadcast, NBC Studios, New York City, NY 09/05/92
* Track 3 "MTV XXplugged", Warner Hollywood Studios, Los Angeles, CA 22/09/92
* Track 4 Live vocal from MTV video, taped at various locations in Philadelphia, PA and Camden, NJ 12/06-07/93
* Track 5 unreleased studio version/mix from the soundtrack to "The Crossing Guard"
* Tracks 6-10 "Greatest Hits" studio sessions, The Hit Factory, New York City, NY ??-??/01/95
* Tracks 11-12 Tramps, New York City, NY 21/02/95
* Track 13 Nick's Fat City, Pittsburgh, PA 20/10/95 w/ Joe Grushecky
* Tracks 14-15 Koningin Elizabeth Zaal, Antwerp 20/04/96

Pixies - 1987-01-18 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

WERS Studios

Emerson College
live in-studio

01. The Holiday Song
02. I'm Amazed
03. Rock-A-My-Soul
04. Isla de Encanta
05. Caribou
06. Broken Face
07. I've Been Tired
08. Build High
09. Break My Body
10. Ed Is Dead
11. Nimrod's Son
12. Down To The Well
13. Subbacultcha
14. Boom Chick A Boom
15. Vamos
16. In Heaven
17. interview

Rainbow - 1983-09-15 - Cardiff, Wales (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Bootleg Name: Captured Live Revised

Venue: St. David´s Hall


Master Vinyl - CDR Source - dBpoweramp - WAV - TLH - FLAC

Ritchie Blackmore – Guitar

Joe Lynn Turner – Vocals
Roger Glover – Bass
David Rosenthal – Keyboards
Chuck Bürgi – Drums
Dee Beale – Backing Vocals
Lynn Robinson – Backing Vocals

Disc 1:

01. Over The Rainbow
02. Spotlight Kid
03. Miss Mistreated
04. Fool For The Night
05. I Surrender
06. Can't Happen Here
07. Catch The Rainbow
08. Lazy
09. Drinking With The Devil
10. Difficult To Cure Prelude
11. Difficult To Cure
12. Bass Solo
13. Keyboard Solo
14. Difficult To Cure Reprise
15. Guitar & Drums Duel
16. Drums Solo
17. Power

Disc 2:
01. Blues
02. Stargazer
03. Stranded (removed, official release)
04. Death Alley Driver
05. Rule Britannia
06. All Night Long (removed, official release)
07. Vielleicht das nächster Zeit (Maybe Next Time)
08. Since You Been Gone
09. Woman From Tokyo
10. Smoke On The Water Teaser
11. Long Live Rock'n Roll
12. Hey Joe
13. Long Live Rock'n Roll Reprise

David Bowie - 1972 - The Year Of The Spiders (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

BBC Sessions Various Dates & Location
Excellent Recording Quality
Switch On! (Devil KWSK99-03)
Artwork Included

SilverCD--> EAC(secure)--> Flac(level.8)

A very nice Japanese issue from the former DANCING HORSE label, now called SWITCH ON!.
The sound quality is excellent, and the songs are probably recorded from the original BBC tapes.
These tracks should have been on the never released BBC series Volume 2 & 3.

[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
01. Hang Onto Yourself
02. Ziggy Stardust
03. Waiting For The Man
04. Queen Bitch
05. Five Years

[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
06. White Light White Heat
07. Making Believe
08. Hang Onto Yourself
09. Suffragette City
10. Ziggy Stardust

[The Aeolian Hall, London, UK]
11. Starman
12. Space Oddity
13. Changes
14. Oh You Pretty Things

[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
15. Andy Warhol
16. Lady Stardust
17. White Light White Heat
18. Rock'n'Roll Suicide 

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Placebo - 2017-04-18 - Lyon, FR (IEM/FLAC) by REQUEST


Halle Tony Garnier,
Lyon, France

SETLIST (64:03 + 20:00 + 133:30)
++ Afternoon Rehearsals
01. ** Line-Check
02. Infra-red
03. Protect Me from What I Want
04. ** Dead air
05. Lazarus
06. ** Line-Check
07. Exit Wounds
08. Exit Wounds
09. Too Many Friends
10. Pure Morning
11. ** Line-Check

++ Show
00. ** Pre-Show Line-check
01. ** Intro (Every You Every Me)
02. Pure Morning
03. Loud Like Love
04. Jesus' Son
05. Soulmates
06. Special Needs
07. Lazarus
08. Too Many Friends
09. Twenty Years
10. I Know
11. Devil in the Details
12. Space Monkey
13. Exit Wounds
14. Protect Me from What I Want
15. Without You I'm Nothing
16. 36 Degrees
17. Lady of the Flowers
18. For What It's Worth
19. Slave to the Wage
20. Special K
21. Song to Say Goodbye
22. The Bitter End
23. ** Encore
24. Teenage Angst
25. Nancy Boy
26. Infra-red
27. ** Encore
28. Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God)

IEM 1 : Stereo Receiver (focus) > Zoom H6 -- (Brian Molko's feed)
IEM 2 : Stereo Receiver (focus) > Zoom H6 -- (Stefan Olsdal's feed)

MTX : .WAV[24bit/48kHz] > .FLAC [16bit/44.1kHz]

USB > Adobe Audition CC 2017 > CDWave Audio Editor 1.98 > Trader's Little Helper 2.7.0

Only two feeds, recorded from the outside; very far from the venue actually, from a heated spot.
The inside-man that night had a few hiccup with the batteries on the recorder, so no audience was added into this mix (bouhhh!).
One of the two feeds had a click-track, it's now cleaned (and removed in its majority) and a few interferences spots were removed, the other one is absolutely clean from top to bottom. Rehearsals were not as clean as the gig by itself, so during certain parts Molko's voice is a lot more hidden, indicating that's a moment where the feed was unusable as-is.

Recorded by J².
Mixed by J.

Pink Floyd - From Abbey Road to Britannia Row - The Extraction Tapes (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Unissued Alternate Studio Recordings 1975 - 1976

01 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-9)
02 Welcome To The Machine
03 Have A Cigar
04 Sheep (Raving and Drooling)
05 Dogs
06 Pigs (Three Different Ones)
07 Sheep Sound Effects 

I received these files from a collector friend in the last couple of days. It sounds to me like Animals has been taken from an improved copy of the source used for the earlier 'Extraction Tapes' vinyl release. Sources appear to have been speed corrected.

Unfortunately I don't have artwork, other than that I've found on the web and embedded into the FLACs. 

Sound is way better than the vinyl transfers I've heard. All in all an amazing release.

Jimi Hendrix - Shokan: Jammin' Back At The House (ATM 221-223) (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Shokan: Jammin' Back At The House (ATM 221-223)

Woodstock  Festival rehearsals
Jimi's rented house, Traver Hollow Road, Boiceville, Ulster County, New York,
July - September 1969 Extraordinary Archives Traded Material series of the highest quality Hendrix recordings available in traders' circuits. All recordings in the ATM series are taken from the lowest generation masters available, and they have all been digitally restored unless otherwise indicated.
Thanks to Hans-Peter Johnsen

Disc 1:
01. Back On The Desert (aka. Dance On The Desert) > Acoustic Medley
02. Izabella > The Rumble
03. Izabella / Machine Gun Jam
04. Univibe Jam
05. Message To Love
06. Mannish Boy
07. Mannish Boy > Izabella > You Make Me Feel
08. Ain't Got Nobody
09. The Dance
10. Sundance
11. Freeform Jam

Disc 2:
01. Izabella
02. Izabella
03. Izabella
04. Message To Love
05. Jam Back At The House (aka. Beginning)
06. Jam in E
07. Jam Back At The House (aka. Beginning)
08. Machine Gun / If Six Was Nine
09. Flute Instrumental
10. Flute Instrumental
11. Why I Sing The Blues

Alternate mixes:
12. Izabella [alternate mix with lower percussion]
13. Sundance [alternate mix with echo]

Disc 3:
01. Lover Man
02. Lover Man > Drums
03. Hear My Train A-Comin'
04. Spanish Castle Magic
05. Instrumental Jam
06. Jams with Mitch incl. Villanova Junction

Alternate mixes:
07. Flute Jam (from "leakage channel")
08. Instrumental Jam (Flute Jam mixed out)
09. Jams > Villanova Junction (Flute Jam mixed out)

Jimi Hendrix - 1967-1970 - In the Studio Reclamation (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

In the Studio
volumes 1-10
10CD Collector's Limited Edition of 1000 copies (mine is #596)
Reclamation label, no catalog # given, 2006

CD 1:
1. Wait Until Tomorrow (Hendrix) 3:26
2. Spanish Castle Magic (Hendrix) 2:42
3. Golden Rose (One Rainy Wish) (Hendrix) 3:55
4. Ain't No Telling #1 (Hendrix) 1:52
5. South Saturn Delta (Hendrix) 4:52
6. Little One #1 (Hendrix) 1:52
7. Little One #2 (Hendrix) 3:34
8. Castles Made Of Sand (Hendrix) 2:48
9. Ain't No Telling #2 (Hendrix) 1:51
10. She's So Fine (Redding) (2:38)
11. Up From The Skies (Hendrix) 2:56
12. Bold As Love (Hendrix) 3:27
13. Little Miss Lover (Hendrix) 2:14
14. Waterfall (May This Be Love) (Hendrix) 3:11
15. Have You Ever Heard (Hendrix) 3:45
16. Dream (Hendrix) 2:06
17. Dance (Hendrix) 1:57

CD 2:
1. Valleys Of Neptune (Hendrix) 5:37
2. Lover Man (Hendrix) 4:12
3. Machine Gun (Hendrix) 12:51
4. Trying To Be (Stepping Stone)/Earth Blues (Hendrix) 7:16
5. Stepping Stone (Hendrix) 4:15
6. Untitled Guitar Improvisation (Hendrix) 5:22
7. Keep On Grooving (Midnight Lightning) (Hendrix) 11:57
8. Come Down Hard On Me Baby (Hendrix) 3:31
9. Drifters Escape (Hendrix) 3:07
10. Belly Button Window (Hendrix) 5:29
11. Bolero (Hendrix) 5:48

CD 3:
1. Drifting (try out) (Hendrix) 3:52
2. Keep On Groovin' Drifting (try out) (Hendrix) 0:57
3. Midnight Lightnin' (try out) (Hendrix) 0:24
4. Freedom (alternate take) (Hendrix) 4:04
5. Cherokee Mist/In From The Storm (Hendrix) 6:31
6. Valleys Of Neptune (instrumental) (Hendrix) 4:37
7. Lil Dog Of Mine/Heaven Has No Sorrow (session) (Hendrix)12:50
8. Valleys Of Neptune (session) (Hendrix) 21:21
9. Improvisation/Drifting(try Out) (Hendrix) 3:34
10. Had To Cry Today (Hendrix)1:27
11. Angel (intro instrumental #1) (Hendrix) 0:27
12. Angel (complete instrumental) (Hendrix) 4:45
13. Angel (intro instrumental #2) Hendrix) 0:35
14. Drifting (alternate take) (Hendrix) 3:41
15. Angel (alternate version complete with vocals) (Hendrix) 4:21
16. Belly Button Window (instrumental) (Hendrix) 5:11

CD 4:
1. Lover Man (Hendrix) 2:51
2. Message To Love (Hendrix) 3:34
3. Izabella (take 2) (Hendrix) 3:51
4. Bleeding Heart (blues in C sharp) (Hendrix) 3:26
5. Izabella (take 1) (Hendrix) 4:41
6. Blue Suede Shoes (Hendrix)11:36
7. Power of Soul (takes nos. 1 to 16) (Hendrix) 26:41
CD 5:
1. Bleeding Heart (Hendrix) 3:49
2. Rainy Day Dream Away (false start) (Hendrix) 0:54
3. Rainy Day Dream Away (practice session) (Hendrix) 2:19
4. Rainy Day Dream Away/Still Raining, Still Dreaming (Hendrix) 10:23
5. Send My Love To Linda/Live And Let Live (Hendrix) 11:04  
6. Mannish Boy/I'm A Man (Waters/Diddley) 39:55  

CD 6:  
1. Cherokee Mist (Hendrix) 7:08  
2. Jam H290 (Hendrix) 1:31  
3. Voodoo Chile (Hendrix) 36:44  
4. Ships Passing In The Night (Hendrix) 2:54  
5. Calling All Devil's Children Jam (Hendrix) 14:05  

CD 7:  
1. Jam including Stepping Stone, Sending My Love To Linda, Freedom, Here Comes The Sun, Cherokee Mist, All Devils Children (Hendrix) 23:48  
2. Closer To The Truth (Room Full Of Mirrors recital) (Hendrix) 22:04  
3. Jam Back At The House (Hendrix) 5:45  
4. Midnight, Valleys Of Neptune Arising (Hendrix) 14:53  
5. Pride Of Man (Bolero) (Hendrix) 1:26  
6. Pride Of Man (Bolero) (Hendrix) 2:18  

CD 8:  
1. Electric Church (Hendrix) 7:27  
2. Hear My Freedom (Hendrix) 16:30  
3. Honey Bed (Hendrix) 7:50  
4. Room Full Of Mirrors (Hendrix) 2:31  
5. All Along The Watchtower (Hendrix) 4:01  
6. Ezy Rider (Hendrix) 4:21  
7. Dolly Dagger (Hendrix) 4:02  
8. South Saturn Delta (Hendrix) 5:49  
9. Shame Shame Shame (Hendrix) 1:52  
10. Gypsy Blood (Crying Blue Rain) (Hendrix) 2:36  
11. Sunshine Of Your Love (Bruce/Brown/Clapton) 5:27  

CD 9:  
1. Angel (Hendrix) 3:18  
2. 1983 (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) (Hendrix) 8:10  
3. Astro Man/Valleys Of Neptune (Hendrix) 3:20  
4. Gypsy Eyes (Hendrix) 2:38  
5. Cherokee Mist (Hendrix) 3:12  
6. Cherokee Mist/Gypsy Eyes (Hendrix) 12:12  
7. Power Of Soul (Hendrix) 7:10  
8. Long Hot Summer (Hendrix) 2:13  
9. Long Hot Summer (Hendrix) 1:50  
10. Hear My Train A Comin' (Hendrix) 1:14  
11. Hear My Train A Comin' (Hendrix) 1:08  
12. Gypsy Eyes (3rd take) (Hendrix) 3:28  
13. Gypsy Eyes (riff) (Hendrix) 0:44  
14. South Saturn Delta (Hendrix) 3:39  
15. 3 Little Bears (Hendrix) 2:15  
16. 1983 (A Merman I Should Turn To Be - instrumental) (Hendrix) 4:27  
17. Acoustic Jam (Hendrix) 3:09  

CD 10:  
1. Hey Joe (Roberts) 3:08  
2. Purple Haze (Hendrix) 3:02  
3. Red House (Hendrix) 10:59  
4. Crosstown Traffic (Hendrix) 2:29  
5. Takin' Care Of Business (Hendrix) 3:27  
6. I Don't Live Today (Hendrix)  
7. Wind Cries Mary (Hendrix)  
8. One Rainy Wish (alternate mix) (Hendrix) 3:56  
9. La Poupee Qui Fait Non (Polnareff/Gerald) 3:31  
10. 51st Anniversary (Hendrix) 3:22  
11. 51st Anniversary (Hendrix) 5:14  
12. Can You See Me (Hendrix) 8:47  
13. Can You See Me (Hendrix) 2:38  
14. Fire (Hendrix) 2:36  
15. Fire (Hendrix) 7:38  


In The Studio – Volume 1

The recordings featured in the first of the In The Studio series cover the time period May 1967 through to early 1968. Hendrix had blazed a trail across Europe performing at many concerts where his brand of musicianship, allied to a strong sense of showmanship drew acclaim and respect in equally large amounts. More importantly Jimi had played at the Monterey Festival in the summer of 1967 where he was an unqualified success, stealing the show from bigger and more established performers.

During this period The Experience recorded two exceptional albums in Are You Experienced and Axis Bold As Love. In early 1968 he would begin work on the monumental double album that would become Electric Ladyland. This album would be the final album from the original Experience but at this point in time Hendrix had also collaborated with many other musicians and Jack Cassidy of Jefferson Airplane, Dave Mason and Steve Winwood of Traffic and Al Kooper were just some of the people who guested on this landmark album.

Wait Until Tomorrow
Recorded 26th October 1967 at Olympic Studios alternate mix using automatic double tracking on the vocal part.

Spanish Castle Magic
Recorded 27th October 1967 at Olympic Studios.

Golden Rose (One Rainy Wish)
Recorded 3rd October 1967 at Olympic Studios with overdubs on 29th October. This is a slightly longer alternate mix.

Ain't No Telling #1
Recorded 26th October 1967 at Olympic Studios this version includes rhythm guitar in a more central mix as opposed to at the side.

South Saturn Delta
Recorded December1967 at Olympic Studios with Dave Mason and an unknown drummer.

Little One #1
Recorded 30th December1967 at Olympic Studios with Brian Jones, Dave Mason and Mitch Mitchell.

Little One #2
Recorded 30th December1967 at Olympic Studios with Brian Jones, Dave Mason and Mitch Mitchell. This version has different bass parts and Dave Mason plays slide guitar on this version.

Castles Made Of Sand
Recorded 29th October 1967 at Olympic Studios this is an alternate mix.

Ain't No Telling #2
The second take of this song, which runs pretty much as the first version although with this take is slightly longer.

She's So Fine
Recorded 4th May 1967 at Olympic Studios 1967 with overdubs laid down on 30th October of that year. This is an alternate mix with different vocals by Noel Redding who wrote the song.

Up From The Skies
Recorded 29th October1967 at Olympic Studios, this is an alternate mix with the vocals on one channel.

Bold As Love
Recorded 29th October 1967 at Olympic Studios, this version has a totally different vocal take and an early fade out and does not have the phasing effect at the end.

Little Miss Lover
Recorded 1st October 1967 at Olympic Studios this is an alternate take with a wolf-whistle at the beginning of the track.

Waterfall (May This Be Love)
Recorded 3rd April 1967 at Olympic Studios, this is an alternate mix.

Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)
Recorded in January1968 at Olympic studios, this track features Jimi with an unknown musician (rumoured to be Dave Mason of Traffic) on bass. Although the song would go on to appear on the Electric Ladyland album this session took place before the real sessions for Electric Ladyland began in New York in early April.

Noel Redding penned track and featuring him on vocals. Recorded 20th December1967 at Olympic Studios, was cut as an acetate with a single in mind but was never issued.

Recorded 20th December1967 at Olympic Studios featuring Mitch Mitchell on vocals.

In The Studio Volume 2

The recordings featured on Volume 2 of the In The Studio series cover the time period April 1969 through to July 1970 less than two months before Jimi's death in September of the same year. During this period The Jimi Hendrix Experience had split at the end of one last tour following the final concert in Denver. Jimi retained Mitch Mitchell but called on former army buddy Billy Cox to play bass. These two musicians along, with guitarist Larry Lee and percussionists Jerry Velez and Juma Sultan played the legendary Woodstock festival in August 1969. Shortly after that Jimi began a new project called The Band Of Gypsys. This band featured Jimi alongside Billy Cox and drummer Buddy Miles. The band made its live debut in December 1969 at the Fillmore East, which resulted in a live self-titled album. The band however would last barely a handful of dates before falling apart in front of a large audience mid gig at Madison Square Garden. As was Jimi's practice however The Band Of Gypsys recorded much material including a track featured on this album Machine Gun. Machine Gun had been a highlight of the live Band Of Gypsys' show and the studio version is no less of a highlight here with its extended solo and "Machine Gun" like drumming from Buddy Miles.

Much of the material featured on this album was recorded in New York's Record Plant or Hit Factory although with his eye on the studio clock and the old adage of "time is money" Jimi began work on his own recording studio where he would not be bound by the constraints of either. Electric Lady Studios opened with much fanfare in August 1970. In fact the party continued until Jimi had to leave America to play what would be his final British concert date at the Isle Of Wight Festival.

One of the key tracks featured on Volume 2 of the In The Studio series is possibly one of the earliest recordings by The Band Of Gypsys. Machine Gun was recorded less than two weeks after Jimi's appearance at the Woodstock Festival. This recording also features Juma Sultan who had played with Hendrix at Woodstock.

Valleys Of Neptune
23rd September 1969 at the Record Plant which was recorded while The Band Of Gypsys were rehearsing and putting material together. This take is without any noticeable bass.

Lover Man
Recorded 6th September 1969. This is another recording to feature the Band of Gypsys. This version was recorded at the Hit Factory and was an instrumental take with Jimi's intro.

Machine Gun
29th August 1969 Hit Factory. Another Band Of Gypsys' recording. This is the first take of one of the most famous Jimi Hendrix songs which was seen as a comment on the situation taking place in Vietnam.

Trying To Be (Stepping Stone)/Earth Blues
15th September 1969 at the Record Plant. Once again another recording with the Band of Gypsys This take also includes Juma Sultan on percussion. The end of this recording segues into Earth Blues.

Stepping Stone
The basic track was laid down 3rd -7th January 1970 at the Record Plant and after much overdubbing and mixing was completed 15th February although Jimi was not satisfied and further work was undertaken right up to August 20th. This version has wah wah guitar effect coming through one speaker as opposed to the panning effect.

Untitled Guitar Improvisation
Hendrix recorded many pieces like this improvisation perhaps for work on at a later date perhaps merely for the joy of playing. The exact date of this improvisation is unknown although it is thought to have been recorded in 1970 at the Electric Lady studios, which places it sometime in late summer.

Keep On Grooving (Midnight Lightning)
17th April 1969 at the Record Plant this is a rough play through with Paul Caruso adding harmonica and Devon Wilson, Jimi's sometime girlfriend, on backing vocals. The relaxed nature of this recording would suggest that it was never considered as a final take.

Come Down Hard On Me Baby
Recorded at Electric Lady Studios in July 1970 with Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox and subsequently remixed by Alan Douglas after Hendrix's death.

Drifters Escape
Recorded at Electric Lady Studios on 17th June 1970 with overdubbing done 22nd August with Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox. This version has only one lead guitar part rather than the layered effect Jimi sometimes favoured in the recording studio.

Belly Button Window
Recorded on 23rd July 1970 at Electric Ladyland Studio with Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell, this is an unused alternate instrumental version of the song that would eventually form part of the first posthumous Hendrix release, The Cry Of Love.

Recorded 1st July 1970 with Billy Cox, Mitch Mitchell and Juma Sultan at Electric Lady Studios. This track was also known as Here Comes The Sun.

In The Studio Volume 3

All the tracks contained in this volume of the In The Studio series were recorded at the new Electric Lady studio complex Hendrix had built in New York. Part of the money used to finance the building of the studio had been advanced by Warners on condition that the guitarist would appear in a film entitled Rainbow Bridge which was the brainchild of Jimi's manager Mike Jeffery. This he agreed to do and Warners no doubt expected to receive a soundtrack album featuring Jimi's performance captured on film in Hawaii (to date no official release of the two sets Jimi that the band played has appeared).The Electric Lady studios were intended as a solid business proposition, as, although the studios would hired out for other recording sessions, it would in theory cut down on the considerable expenses Jimi was chalking up at his favourite New York studio, The Record Plant. It was also thought that in his own studio there would be no time constraints and this would ultimately make Jimi more relaxed and creative. Whilst still not officially opened for business Jimi was regularly using the studio as soon as the equipment was installed, thus much of the studio material recorded in the final months of his life comes from sessions recorded there.

Of the many sessions that took place at Electric Lady in the summer of 1970 some of the tracks featured here such as Belly Button Window, Freedom, Angel and Drifting would eventually become key tracks on The Cry Of Love , instantly familiar to the many people who own the album. The versions presented here are of course works in progress, but the evolution of the songs (particularly Angel) can be heard in detail over the course of the three versions featured in this volume.

The session that took place on the 26th of June is interesting as Valleys Of Neptune was certainly a song Jimi wanted to include on the First Rays Of The New Rising Sun. The work that took place on this night in common with the night before, featured just Mitch Mitchell on drums and Jimi on guitar and later overdubbing bass. Subsequently however the song did not appear on any of the three albums (The Cry of Love, Voodoo Soup and The First Rays Of The New Rising Sun) that purported to represent the album Jimi was working on at the time of his death.

During the time that these sessions were recorded Jimi, Mitch and Billy were also performing regularly and while the studio didn't receive an official opening until the 26 August, Electric Lady almost became a second home for Jimi and his creative needs with sessions usually lasting well into the night. As befits the original idea of a double album, a great deal of material was recorded and some of it would undoubtedly have been included in the final running order of the First Rays Of The New Rising Sun although it is safe to assume that some of it would simply have been discarded or reworked later for other projects. We will of course never know for sure. What is fascinating is the glimpse we do get of Jimi's recording methods on this album of sessions which in addition to the music also includes chat between and during the various takes between Jimi and the engineers and other musicians.

In The Studio Volume 4

The music contained on this, the fourth volume of the In The Studio series comes from the period 7th November 1969 through to May 1970. During this period Jimi became involved in what would turn out to be the short-lived Band Of Gypsies project that featured drummer Buddy Miles and bassist Billy Cox. Billy had been playing with Jimi since the break up of the original Experience following a concert in Denver in June 1969. Many people have since claimed that The Band Of Gypsies were never meant to be a long term project but merely an opportunity to fulfil a contractual obligation. Whatever the reason halfway through an appearance at Madison Square garden in early 1970 the Band Of Gypsies broke up rather spectacularly and Jimi once again began working with Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell.

Some of the key tracks recorded during this period would go on to appear in different forms on albums released following Jimi's death in September 1970 such as Rainbow Bridge, The Cry Of Love and Loose Ends.

Lover Man
Recorded on the15th May 1970 this recording features Billy Cox on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums. The engineer was Eddie Kramer assisted by Tom Flye.

Message To Love
Recorded on the 19th December 1969. The band was Billy Cox on bass and Buddy Miles on drums The engineer was Bob Cotto and the 2nd engineer R. Beekman. This song was originally entitled Message To The Universe.

Izabella (reel 4 take 2)
Recorded on the 7th November 1969 and engineered by Jack Adams and Dave Ragno. With no bass player, Hendrix and Buddy Miles ran through many takes of this track which ended with technical problems. A young Tony Bongiovi was ultimately sent for to sort out the problems

Bleeding Heart (blues in C sharp)
This alternate mix comes from the session that too place on 24th March 1970. The band, which was the one to remain in place until Jimi's death in September of 1970, consisted of Billy Cox on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums. The engineer was Jack Adams and the 2nd Engineer Dave Ragno. Only four versions of this song were ever recorded with the 4th take appearing on the Rainbow Bridge album. Originally recorded with an unknown drummer and no bassist, Billy Cox later joined the session but Mitch Mitchell's drums were recorded later at Electric Lady studios.

Izabella (take 1)
Another take from the session listed above and featuring the same line up which lends the song a different feel from the version recorded with the Band Of Gypsies some four months previously.

Blue Suede Shoes
This is the most complete version of the old Carl Perkins song. Another, shorter version of this song would eventually surface on the Loose Ends album. This version was recorded during the final days of the Band Of Gypsies on the 23rd January 1970 under the stewardship of engineer Bob Hughes and 2nd engineer Dave Ragno. The band here is Billy Cox on bass and Buddy Miles on Drums

Power of Soul (takes 1 - 16)
This work I progress was recorded on the 21st November 1969. The Band Of Gypsies were deep into recordings and rehearsals for what would turn out to be their only major appearance at the Fillmore East at the end of the year Billy Cox. The engineer was Tony Bongiovi assisted by Tom Erdelyi. The song was originally called Paper Airplanes and has appeared listed on some bootlegs under this title. Interestingly, both Tommy Erdelyi and Tony Bongiovi would work together in the ‘70s when Tony produced the Ramones with Tommy, now known as Tommy Ramone, the Ramones drummer.

In The Studio Volume 5

The only place Jimi seemed to be able to relax was in the recording studio and his studio of choice certainly in New York was The Record Plant. It was at this particular studio that Jimi jammed with many artists including Stephen Stills, John McLaughlin and many others. McLaughlin's Devotion album was also recorded at The Record Plant by producer Alan Douglas a character destined to feature prominently in the guitarist's posthumous musical legacy.

The sessions featured on this particular volume of the In The Studio series are drawn from recordings made at The Record Plant. It was here that Jimi would spend not merely hours but sometimes days just playing and finding out just what the recording studio offered, and it could be said that Jimi regarded the studio as somewhat of a sound laboratory. The recordings contained in this volume cover the period between June 1968 when Jimi was recording material that would eventually be heard on the double album Electric Ladyland and April 1970 which was post Band Of Gypsys. Throughout the performances you can hear a musician who is relaxed and enjoying the creation of music for the sake of it although, the burgeoning cost of studio time was certainly one of the considerations when Hendrix decided he wanted a studio of his own. No doubt manager Mike Jeffrey would have drawn attention pointed out the fiscal need for his own studio and also a place where he could record and play day and night of he so desired.

Starting with the opening track Bleeding Heart. This Elmore James song would eventually see a release almost two years after Jimi's death on the War Heroes album although certainly recorded at around the same time that material was being recorded for his next studio album a popular live song for the Experience who performed it live at The Albert Hall in 1969. This take was recorded on the 24th of March 1970 by Hendrix, supported by Cox, Mitchell and Juma Sultan on percussion, this version is a different mix from the master with the wah wah and vocals mixed low at the start and at the end. There is a small drum break and some snippets of Jimi just messing around on guitar

The next three tracks on this disc are versions of Rainy Day Dream Away and Rainy Day Dream Away/Still Raining Still Dreaming. All three come from an earlier session recorded on the 10th of June 1968 and eventually appeared on the Electric Ladyland album. Here we have the original run through with a false start and then the practice session. On the original Electric Ladyland album both the tracks Rainy Day Dream Away and Still Raining Still Dreaming were separate tracks but here the two tunes run together to make an extended version. A dry alternate mix of Rainy Day Dream Away/Still Raining Still Dreaming recorded 10th June 68 featuring Jimi on guitar, Mike Finnegan on organ, Buddy Miles on drums, Freddie Smith on sax and Larry Faucette on percussion.

Stephen Stills and Hendrix crossed paths on a regular basis and Stills has subsequently expressed his love for both the man and his music. There was also the story that Jimi wanted Stephen Stills to play bass in his band following his return from Germany in the autumn of 1970. Although unfortunately it wasn't to be, this jam session is a small glimpse into what they could have achieved together. Recorded around mid May 1969 we have takes 4 and 5 of Send My Love To Linda/ Live And Let Live Here Jimi is joined by Stills and Dallas Taylor who had both played on the soon to be massively popular debut from Crosby Stills and Nash. Both acts would subsequently make history when they appeared at the legendary Woodstock festival some three months later

The final track featured of this volume finds Jimi going back to his blues roots and covering Muddy Waters and Bo Diddley. Both artists held a massive influence over rock music in the late sixties and early seventies and Jimi Hendrix was equipped better than most to put a new spin on an old standard. Mannish Boy/ I ‘m A Man was recorded on the 22nd April 1970 with Billy Cox on bass and Devon Wilson and unknown guests on percussion and drums. This is a peculiar session as three sections of the tape have been found but the whole session is still incomplete, this has been deduced by some composites that have been discovered that include parts that are missing from the original tapes.
This latest volume of the In The Studio series finds Jimi relaxed and in good form which is slightly surprising as during this period he was in high demand and the pressure on him, both in terms of what the public wanted but also his own personal creative aspirations, must have been a difficult road to walk.

In The Studio Volume 6

The sessions featured on Volume 6 of the In The Studio series are drawn from recordings made at The Record Plant in New York and were made between April 1968 when Jimi was recording material that would eventually be heard on the double album Electric Ladyland and May 1969 which was around the time of the break up of the original Experience and prior to Jimi's landmark appearance at the legendary Woodstock Festival in August 1969 Throughout the performances here you can hear a musician who is relaxed and enjoying the creation of music for the sheer sake of it.

The opening track on this album comes from the sessions that spawned the Electric Ladyland album although Cherokee Mist had first surfaced during sessions for the previous album Axis Bold As Love.

Recorded on 2nd May 1968 with Jimi playing the Sitar as well as guitar and featuring Mitch Mitchell on drums. This version is a different take and almost a minute longer than the version contained on the box set.

The next track entitled Jam H290 comes from the same session that produced Send My Love to Linda/Live And Let Live which features on Volume V of the In The Studio series. This rare jam was recorded in mid May 1969 with Stephen Stills on bass and Dallas Taylor on Drums.

Another song from the Electric Ladyland sessions was Voodoo Chile. The official version released on Electric Ladyland in 1968 ran to just over fifteen minutes. Here is a version in which, although more than double the length of the original, do the musicians become complacent or the energy dips The session started in the evening of 2nd May 1968 and features Jefferson Airplane bassist Jack Casady on bass Mitch Mitchell on drums and Traffic's Steve Winwood on keyboards

The following two tracks have been drawn from sessions that have received scant appreciation from musicologists and Hendrix experts alike which is surprising when you consider the amount of recordings Jimi Hendrix made and how well these sessions were usually documented.

The first of these is Ships Passing In The Night. This was recorded on the 14th April 1969 Jimi with unknown musicians although the track is often accredited to the Band of Gypsys augmented by an a trumpeter and a pianist. The version featured here is an alternate mix. Whilst many believe this to be a Band of Gypsys number by this time the band had split following a disastrous performance at Madison Square Garden and the drummer is possibly Mitch Mitchell rather than Buddy Miles although this cannot be confirmed.

The final track featured in this volume of the In The Studio series is Calling all Devil's Children Jam Almost no information concerning this track exists save for the brief that Jimi Hendrix plays bass on this track and that it was more than probably recorded at The Record Plant at some point in 1968, possibly the same time as Look Over Yonder. As Noel Redding receives a co-credit it would seem natural to assume that he also took part in the recording although this cannot be confirmed.

In The Studio Volume 7

Between March 1969 and June 1970 Jimi Hendrix's life was frenetic on every level. During this period the original line up of The Experience split up following a concert in Denver in June 1969, a new band (Band Of Gypsys) was formed and disbanded and split the same band all within a few months (Band Of Gypsys). He was involved in a film (Rainbow Bridge) building his own studio (Electric Lady Studios), and as if all that wasn't enough, was trying to record a new studio album. The recordings featured on this album are all drawn from one of the busiest and perhaps most stressful periods of Hendrix's life.

Jam including: Stepping Stone, Sending My Love To Linda, Freedom, Here Comes The Sun, Cherokee Mist, Call All The Devil's Children
This recording was made at Jimi's apartment at West 12th Street in Greenwich Village on 1st February 1970. In truth home recording sessions like this were common place with Jimi working out alternative arrangements and ideas for new songs. This session is an acoustic one, although both Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox would drop in to add their contributions to the recordings. On this occasion it is Mitch Mitchell who underpins Jimi's acoustic jamming and can be heard clapping along and providing percussion throughout. The jam is a light-hearted affair with Jimi and Mitch singing a snatch of Be Bop A Lula at the start of the tape when they are setting up the echo for Mitch's clapping and percussive effects.

Closer To The Truth (Room Full Of Mirrors recital)
This is another home recording although this time recorded at his British base in Brook Street, London on 10th March 1969. Earlier in the day Jimi had given an interview to the magazine International Times. The recording is a basic overdubbed recording hence Jimi's recital is panned over to the right hand side of the stereo divide. Whilst some of the words seem scripted, parts are obviously off the cuff bringing an air of spontaneity. The musical backing also drops out and comes back in again around the twelve minute mark giving the whole recording an experimental sound collage feel.

Jam Back At the House
Recorded at Electric Lady studios on the 16th of June 1970. This was Jimi's first opportunity to record at his own studio Electric Lady studios. During a 3-day session, Hendrix laid down tracks (including this song) which had originally be rehearsed in the weeks leading up to the Woodstock performance in August 1969. Other musicians that had dropped by in the previous days were Traffic's Chris Wood and Steve Winwood although they don't appear on this session alongside Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox.

Midnight, Valleys Of Neptune Arising
Recorded at Olmstead studios New York on the 3rd of April 1969 This session features the song Midnight which had started life in Olympic Studios on the 14th of February under the title Midnight Lightning. The shortened version entitled just Midnight would eventually appear on the South Saturn Delta album.

The last two recordings on this album are short takes of Pride Of Man (Bolero) with the second take being almost one minute longer than this first. Having moved back to New York from Woodstock Jimi was recording at the Record Plant with the Gypsy Sons and Rainbows band. Feeling the band was played out despite only two gigs (Woodstock on the 18th of August and a benefit gig in Harlem on the 5th of September) he disbanded the group following a series of sessions including the one that produced this track recorded on the 24th September 1969. A projected tour was also cancelled as Jimi felt unable physically and mentally to perform. Shortly after, however, Jimi would start to play with Billy Cox and Buddy Miles in what would become the Band Of Gypsys.

Pride of Man (Bolero)
Recorded 24th September 1969
Second slightly longer version of the above song recorded at the same session featuring Juma Sultan on percussion who featured on both takes alongside Jimi and Billy Cox.

Despite being drawn from the busiest period of Jimi's life bearing in mind that Jimi was also beginning to have doubts concerning his managerial contract with Mike Jeffery, the recordings here prove that artistically at least Jimi was still able to create music. In fact it is probably is desire and his ability to do this that kept Jimi on a (somewhat) even keel during this turbulent period of his life.

In The Studio Volume 8

The sessions featured in this volume date from between January 1968 and the sessions for what would turn out to be Electric Ladyland, the groundbreaking double album released in October ‘68 through to some of the last recordings Jimi would make in the summer of 1970 in his own Electric Lady studios.

Electric Church.
Jimi spent much of October 1968 in Los Angeles in the midst of a hectic touring schedule, recording or producing the Eire Apparent album and invariably playing one-off gigs. This song was recorded at TTG Hollywood studios 29th October 1968 with Buddy Miles & Lee Michaels on keyboards alongside Jimi, Noel and Mitch. The track is basically a jam although the Red House dies put in an appearance.

Hear My Freedom
Recorded at TTG studios Hollywood 21st October 1968 with Buddy Miles & Lee Michaels on keyboards. Jimi had hooked up with Lee Michaels earlier in the month when he dropped in to catch a Michaels' performance at the Whiskey A Go Go. This track was cut during a session which was also taken up with twenty seven versions of another song, Call All The Devil's Children

Honey Bed
Recorded at the Record Plant on 23rd December 1969 with Billy Cox & Buddy Miles for possible inclusion on the proposed Band Of Gypsys studio album which ultimately failed to materialise. The song was a full attempt at recording and features elements of another song, Bleeding Heart.

Room Full Of Mirrors Recorded at Olympic studios 26th February 1969. This is an early version of the song featuring Mitch Mitchell & Noel Redding. Further attempts were made to nail this track in April and November of the same year. The released version was recorded in Nov ‘69 with the Band of Gypsies and the Ghetto Fighters line-ups at the Record Plant.

All Along The Watchtower
Recorded at Olympic studios on 21 January 1968, this song would go on to be a huge worldwide hit and even Bob Dylan approved of the cover of one of his most successful songs. This is a basic early mix by Chas Chandler and includes contributions from Rolling Stone Brian Jones on percussion. Jimi plays bass and guitar with Mitch Mitchell on drums and Dave Mason of Traffic playing twelve string acoustic.

Ezy Rider
This is an alternative mix of a song that would eventually find release on Jimi's first posthumous release, The Cry Of Love, with this recording dating from December the 18th 1969. This particular version however features the Band Of Gypsys line up of Jimi alongside Billy Cox and Buddy Miles. Recorded at The Record Plant this take features an alternative mix with different lyrics and extra guitar although extra guitar overdubs and vocals were recorded at Electric Lady studios during the summer of 1970

Dolly Dagger
Another alternate mix. The basic track was recorded on the 1st of July 1970 at Electric Lady studios. The track was then overdubbed in mid July and again in mid August in what was possibly one of Jimi's last studio sessions before he died in September. The session featured Jimi Mitch and Billy with the Ghetto Fighters (Albert & Arthur Allen) on backing vocals. Juma Sultan also features on percussion.

South Saturn Delta
Recorded Olympic Studios January 1968 during the Axis Bold As Love sessions. The horns were added by Larry Fallon at the Record Plant in June 1969

Shame Shame Shame
Recorded 16th February 1969 at Olympic studios where a number of other songs were recorded including a prototype version of Ezy Ryder which was at the time entitled Slow. Overdubs were possibly added by Mitch and Noel in the ‘80s

Gypsy Blood (Crying Blue Rain)
Recorded on the 16th of February 1969 at Olympic studios with Mitch Mitchell and Noel Redding making this one of the last sessions to feature the original line up of The Experience. The session also featured an unknown percussionist although it may well have been Rocky Dijon who had guested with the band at the Royal Albert Hall the previous month. This song was recorded during the same session that Shame Shame Shame and Sunshine Of Your Love were recorded.

Sunshine Of Your Love
A long-time favourite of Jimi's who had also been a great admirer of Cream. Jimi decided to dedicate a spontaneous rendition of this song to Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton on a live version of the Lulu television show in January following Cream's disbanding the previous November. Perhaps it was this version of the song that made him decide to tape his own studio version of the song recording this version at Olympic Studios on the 16th February 1969.

This album once again proves that the recording studio really was the place where Jimi felt at ease and capable of creating music. The majority of the music featured here will be new to some more recent fans of the music of Jimi Hendrix but there is plenty here for the long time fan and the newcomer to savour and appreciate.

In The Studio Volume 9

It has often been said that Jimi Hendrix used to sleep with his guitar and although it is well known that he often enjoyed the company of more nubile bedfellows, it is fair to say that Hendrix was one of the most prolific artists of his generation. Many home recordings have come to light in the thirty five-plus years since his death in September 1970. Most of the recordings featured in this volume come from early 1968 when Jimi was in the process of working on the follow up to Axis Bold As Love. The third album, which was released in October 1968, was the massively successful Electric Ladyland.

The double album was packed with Jimi's best material at the time and almost half the tracks included in this volume of In The Studio would go on to be more fully realised on what is now considered one of the best rock records of the era and an album that is often cited as being Hendrix's best work.

Whilst in New York Jimi would sometimes stay at the Drake hotel and of course would occasionally write material while staying there. Generally however he used his own apartment and the majority of the material featured here comes from recordings made at that location.

The first track here is an early run through of Angel. Despite being written in late 1967 and demoed here at the beginning of the following year in Jimi's New York apartment the song would not form part of the Electric Ladyland line up. Instead it would feature on Jimi's posthumous album The Cry Of Love. This version is a straight run through on electric guitar and Jimi's solo vocal. The performance here finds the song already arranged and whilst missing the multi tracking that it would obviously benefit from in the studio the song is complete and is considered one of his best although quite why it was not considered for inclusion on Electric Ladyland is not clear.

The next track, 1983 (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) eventually found its way on to the Electric Ladyland album. This is the first of two versions featured here and another song originally recorded as a demo at the Drake Hotel in New York. This take was possibly recorded in the days before the second version (recorded on the 1st of February 1968) and while clocking in at around five minutes shorter than the version on Electric Ladyland the arrangements are all in place. The start of the songs finds Hendrix strumming the chords on an un-amplified electric guitar although as the song progresses the guitar switches to an amplified guitar although still being played softly.

Astro Man/Valleys Of Neptune were recorded at Jimi's apartment in late August and early September ‘69 although neither song would be released in Jimi's lifetime. Astro Man would be recorded in spring of 1970 and eventually see the light on the posthumous The Cry Of Love album released in early 1971. The version Valleys Of Neptune here is just a short instrumental snippet although a more fully realised version would be recorded in May 1970. However even then Jimi was to admit at the end of that particular recording that the song wasn't finished. This version then would appear to be the first attempt at the basic structure of the song.

Gypsy Eyes was another song that would go on to be included in the running order of Electric Ladyland. This volume features three versions of the song and four if you count a medley of it alongside Cherokee Mist. The versions collected here are the very rough home demos of the song although in the first version it is merely an instrumental take in order no doubt to get down the basic structure of the song.

Cherokee Mist is another previously unreleased Jimi Hendrix song although there is a version included in the Jimi Hendrix box which was captured at the Electric Lady studios in 1970 in between takes for Astro Man. The version featured here is the rough sketch of the song which is more of a rhythmic run through than the more finished song that was recorded more than two years later. It is from some of these rough sketches that Hendrix used to build other complete songs. Cherokee Mist/Gypsy Eyes would be a case in point building on the previous version this version recorded in April is a more complete version complete with lyrics that would form part of the song Voodoo Chile. The song segues into Gypsy Eyes now complete with rough vocal lines towards the end of the song.

Power Of Soul was included in rehearsals for the Band Of Gypsys only full concert appearances at the Fillmore East over the New Year 1969-70 suggesting the song must have been written and demoed in late 1969. The song is very much in the style of the material the Band Of Gypsys would perform live and may have been considered a contender for a hoped for but never realised Band Of Gypsys studio album. Whilst an instrumental version this version musically has all the elements and arrangement in place of the familiar live version performed by the Band Of Gypsys.

The next two tracks are versions of the song Long Hot Summer. The song which formed a part of the Electric Ladyland album is featured here played on an acoustic twelve string with the song literally being written while Jimi plays it and works out the guitar parts and sings the occasional lyric. The second version stops abruptly after just under two minutes.

Hear My Train A Comin' was a song that Hendrix returned to time and again. He can be seen in the Experience movie performing the song on an acoustic guitar. The Experience also worked up an extended version of the song in Olympic Studios in early 1969. The two versions featured here date from April 1968 and are but short snippets of the song with both versions reaching just over one minute in length. The lyrics in the second version are the ones that would eventually feature on the song Voodoo Chile.

The next two tracks are two further versions of Gypsy Eyes and whilst the versions are similar Jimi was obviously working on something and was not happy to rest until he achieved what he heard in his head with the second version being a refinement of the riff that would feature in the finished song

South Saturn Delta was another song written and recorded in early ‘68 although a more polished version does exist with a full band and brass arrangement, this try out is the basic song structure.

Three Little Bears was considered a throw-away track although surfacing on many bootlegs as part of various jams and also the B side of the Christmas single Little Drummer Boy.

The second version of 1983 (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) is half the length of the first version featured on this volume. Like the earlier version this was taped at the Drake Hotel in early 1968.This version suffers a false start before beginning again with more focus, featuring just Hendrix and his electric guitar.

The final piece of music featured in this volume is an Acoustic Jam taped by Jimi at his apartment in Greenwich Village on 1st February 1970. The jam features Jimi on an acoustic guitar and he is accompanied by Mitch Mitchell who is adding percussion by what seems to be slapping his thighs in accompaniment to Jimi's acoustic playing. The tape cuts out abruptly as Jimi stops playing for whatever reason.

Whilst Jimi would spend hours in the recording studio jamming and recording or refining ideas it would seem that he was just as active as a home taper and many of his best material started off from basic home recordings some of which are featured here. What they do show is that Jimi Hendrix was an extremely prolific artist and also an artist one capable of turning even the most basic idea or riff into something rather special.

In The Studio Volume 10

As far as Jimi Hendrix was concerned England was his oyster in 1967. Transplanted from New York where he had been playing club dates to make ends meet in late 1966 Jimi was discovered by Chas Chandler and brought over to the UK in order to develop his career. What many probably didn't realise (including Hendrix himself) was that Jimi's career would become one of the most influential careers of almost anyone in the rock business. Starting with the single Hey Joe in the previous year, 1967 looked like being the year that Jimi Hendrix became a huge star the world over. Hard as it is to believe these days but Jimi Hendrix would record a string of singles and two massively selling studio albums in 1967 as well as playing countless concerts throughout the year including his career-altering appearance at the Monterey Festival.

The music featured on this album consists of previously unreleased and in some cases unheard of alternate takes of some of Jimi's music recorded and released in England during 1967

Hey Joe was of course the debut single recorded at De Lane Lea studios in late ‘66 although, it would appear on the American version of Jimi's debut album Are You Experienced in 1967. This version is obviously a vocal tracking take with Jimi ad-libbing throughout and asking early on for more of his voice to be put into his headphones and the band lowered. A different take from the single musically the intro being a little hesitant and the backing vocals by the Breakaways well to the fore on this mix.

Purple Haze was another hit single and the follow up to Hey Joe. Released early in 1967 the version we have here is an alternate take with Jimi laying down the vocals and the musical backing dropping in and out isolating his vocals which are again ad-libbed at times and somewhat more forceful during this session. Towards the end of the song you can hear a vocal overdub of Jimi repeating the phrase Purple Haze which was dropped from the eventual single release.

Red House was a popular blues song from the Are You Experienced album. This extended and relaxed version was more like the lengthy workout the Experience performed during live concerts rather than the three minutes plus version included on Are You Experienced. The song breaks down twice and Jimi can be heard talking back to Chas Chandler in the control room. Despite this breakdown of the song the band still manage to lengthen this particular take to almost twice the length of the version that originally appeared on Are You Experienced.

Crosstown Traffic featured on Electric Ladyland and the B side of the single drawn from that album All Along The Watchtower. This version is a different mix with the vocals more to the fore than on the final released mix. The backing vocals feature Mitch and Noel.

Takin' Care Of Business is decidedly old time and quite at odds with the material Hendrix and the Experience were recording at the time and they certainly do seem to be enjoying themselves. Recorded at Olympic Studios on 4 May 1967 with Mitch Mitchell & Noel Redding. The sax was recorded at the same session and although not confirmed could even be Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones. The tuba, however, was added in the ‘80s for no apparent reason.

I Don't Live Today was recorded at De Lane Lea Studios 20th February 1967. These are three takes, two instrumental and one with two lead vocal tracks with the versions here being longer than the released version on Are You Experienced. With Jimi, Mitch Mitchell & Noel Redding having recorded the basic track it was decided to add more to the finished master and overdubs were done at Olympic studios.

Wind Cries Mary was the third single to come from The Experience. This was again recorded at the studio the band favoured in the early days, De Lane Lea, in January 1967 and featured the now established line up of Hendrix, Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell who were well on the way to rock stardom after just their second single and a series of high profile club performances. This is an instrumental backing track although not the final single version.

One Rainy Wish featured on the bands second album Axis Bold As Love. Recorded by The Experience at Olympic on 3 October ‘67, this version is an alternate mix from the released album and features wider stereo panning which is particularly noticeable on the guitar overdubs.

La Poupee Qui Fait Non is a cover of a song written by French song writer and performer Michel Polnareff. Jimi and the Experience had supported French Rock star Johnny Halliday as one of their first live jaunts in October 1966. This cover was recorded in March 1967 possibly at De Lane Lea and was presumably earmarked for inclusion on Are You Experienced. This instrumental was as far as it went however and subsequently this recording has never been officially released. As an aside, Ronnie Wood's ‘60s band The Birds did manage to cover the tune before The Experience.

51st Anniversary came from the sessions that produced the Are You Experienced album. The two versions here feature an almost finished take but different from the released version. The second take is an instrumental version that breaks down a number of times while the band is trying to refine the arrangement.

Can You See Me is another track from Are You Experienced. However the first version featured here is an almost nine minute instrumental version. The original version is a mere two minutes thirty three seconds. The second version is a different take and whilst it sounds like a finished take is again just slightly longer than the released version. The vocal take, however, sounds like a finished take despite Jimi's request to do it one more time.

The final tracks featured in this volume are more out-takes from Are You Experienced sessions. In this instance the first alternate instrumental take of Fire remains true to the original released version. The second take however is an extended instrumental version which suffers a number of breakdowns before the band kick back in and Jimi lets fly with some literally incendiary soloing.

Jimi Hendrix exploded onto the scene in 1967 and through sheer hard work and an amazing run of singles and two breakthrough albums not to mention a serious amount of live work ensured that his career sped off on an elevation that was to prove both exciting and full of highs and lows. This trajectory would ultimately end with Jimi's premature death in September 1970 but 1967 in England was where the journey really began.

Iron Maiden - 1992-10-10 - Caracas, Venezuela (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)


CD 1 (49:26) 
01. Intro (1:21) 
02. Be Quick Or Be Dead (3:28) 
03. The Number Of The Beast (4:46) 
04. Wrathchild (2:51) 
05. From Here To Eternity (3:44) 
06. Can I Play With Madness (3:37) * 
07. Wasting Love (6:23) ** 
08. Tailgunner (4:10) 
09. The Evil That Men Do (4:10) 
10. Afraid To Shoot Strangers (6:43) 
11. Fear Of The Dark (8:07) 

CD 2 (51:23) 
01. Bring Your Daughter...To The Slaughter (5:19) *** 
02. The Clairvoyant (4:20) 
03. Heaven Can Wait (7:20) 
04. Run To The Hills (3:59) 
05. 2 Minutes To Midnight (5:27) **** 
06. Iron Maiden (4:47) ***** 
07. Hallowed Be Thy Name (7:34) 
08. The Trooper (3:36) 
09. Sanctuary (4:31) 
10. Running Free (4:24) ****** 

* Bruce mentions Caracas just before the song : "How the fuck are you Caracas ?" 
** Bruce mentions Caracas and the day just before the song : "Saturday night in Venezuela Caracas !" 
*** Bruce mentions Caracas at the end of the song : "Gonna get ya Caracas ! Fuck yeah !" 
**** Bruce mentions Caracas just before the song 
***** Bruce mentions Venezuela in the middle on the song, when Eddie uses to appear : "Scream for me Venezuela !" 
****** Bruce mentions Caracas during the sing along part, and at the end of the song 

Huey Lewis and the News - 1986-12-17 - Portland, OR (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

"Superstars Concert Series"

WAAF 107.3 Worcester FM radio > Sansui 8 reciever > unknown average quality cassette deck (dolby off) > Maxell XLII 90 min. master cassette (probably never played in 24 years) > played on Nak. 300 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned)

Huey Lewis - lead vocals and harmonica
Greg Adams - trumpet
Lee Thornburg - trumpet
Steve Kupka - baritone sax
Richard Elliot - alto and tenor sax
Emilio Castillo - tenor sax
the Tower of Power horns
Sean Hopper - keyboards, backing vocals
Chris Hayes - guitar, backing vocals
Johnny Colla - guitar, sax, backing vocals
Mario Cipollina - bass, backing vocals
Bill Gibson - drums, percussion, backing vocals

01 - Jacob's ladder (Bruce Hornsby) 4:56
02 - I never walk alone 3:29
03 - walking on a thin line 6:16
04 - bad is bad 4:06
05 - the heart of rock and roll 5:42
06 - if this is it 4:29
07 - the power of love 5:23
08 - buzz buzz buzz 3:49
09 - hip to be square 5:10
10 - stuck with you 5:10
11 - back in time 5:05
12 - I know what I like 5:04
13 - I want a new drug (with band introductions) 10:47

runtime - 69:32 (minutes/seconds)

recorded live in Portland, it's the Huey Lewis Big Band. (about twice the size of the "sports" tour group lineup.) track 12 here is not to be confused with the 1973 Genesis song. the title is the same, but it's an entirely different song. "the power of love" and "back in time" were previously heard in the soundtrack of the movie "back to the future". just how hip is it to be square, really? Not very, according to Huey, apparently, at this time. He seemed almost embarassed about that being the current standard of hip in their native S.F. area. this tour is poppier than the "sports" music. highlights of this (imho) include Jacob's ladder, I never walk alone, the power of love and back in time. just a few nights before Christmas and all through the house, Huey Lewis was stirring up and scaring away all the mice with audio newspaper. If you celebrate Christmas, or Chanukah, or something similar this time of the year, and this is it, merry Chanukah, Happy Christmas or whatever else applies to you, and if you're stuck with someone, or just want a new drug, well... have some Huey. But be forewarned, sometimes bad is bad. not always, though.

Guns N' Roses - 1993-07-17 - Buenos Aires, ARG (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti

FM Hit 105.5 > Analog (M) > CDR > EAC > WAV > dED > dEQ > WAV > FLAC

CD 1: 69:35
CD 2: 53:38

CD 1
01. Intro
02. Nightrain
03. Mr. Brownstone
04. Yesterdays [cuts in]
05. Live And Let Die
06. Attitude [cuts in]
07. Welcome To The Jungle
08. Double Talkin' Jive [w/ Train Kept A Rollin']
09. Dead Flowers
10. You Ain't The First
11. You're Crazy
12. Used To Love Her
13. Patience [w/ Pinball Wizard/Imagine]
14. Knockin' On Heaven's Door [cuts in]

cd 2
01. Dust In The Wind [cuts in]
02. November Rain
03. Dead Horse
04. Band Introductions
05. Drum Solo
06. You Could Be Mine
07. Guitar Solo [w/ Let It Be]
08. Sweet Child O' Mine
09. Mother [Intro]
10. Paradise City
11. Outro

Van Halen - 2015-09-04 - Clarkston, MI (2xDVDfull aud-shot)

(2xDVDfull aud-shot)

DTE Energy Music Theatre
Clarkston, MI
September 4, 2015

(mrmojohalen – right side) Sony HX50V 1080×1920, NTSC, 16:9, 59.940 fps, full HD
(steecoe – left side) Canon Vixia HF R300; 1080×1920, NTSC, 16:9, 29.970 fps, full HD

16:9 PAR, NTSC; down-converted and encoded to MPEG2 in Sony Vegas Video Pro 13 at 8.2K max, 8.0K avg, and 1K minimum

audio: (steecoe) Sony WM-D3 stock mic > Church audio 9-volt power supply > Edirol R-09; 1536 bit LPCM; converted to 16 bit, 48 Khz in Sony Vegas Video Pro 13 for DVD compliance.

video mixing, audio synching and DVD authoring by Silver Stallion (guitard on Dime).

running time: 2hr 3 mins (full show)

1. Light Up The Sky
2. Runnin’ With The Devil
3. Romeo Delight
4. Everybody Wants Some!!
5. Drop Dead Legs
6. Feel Your Love Tonight
7. Somebody Get Me A Doctor
8. She’s The Woman
9. China Town
10. I’ll Wait
11. Al’s drum solo
12. Little Guitars
13. Dance The Night Away
14. Beautiful Girls
15. Women In Love
16. Hot For Teacher
17. In A Simple Rhyme
18. Dirty Movies
19. Ice Cream Man
20. Unchained
21. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love
22. Ed’s guitar solo
23. You Really Got Me
24. Panama
25. Jump

Steecoe didn’t start recording (audio and video) until the end of “Light Up The Sky,” so the first song is only mrmojohalen’s angle, and the audio is from mrmojohalen’s camera.

The crowd around Steecoe sang the entire show – pretty much every word. It wasn’t too close to the mics though, so it wasn’t overbearing at all, and mixed in quite nicely with the overall sound.