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Unofficial Material

IMPORTANT NOTICE: These albums are part of my private collection, and they're NOT FOR SALE !
This site is for information and reference purposes only.

I've tried to cross- and doublecheck all information I've given here, but if you start searching, I'm sure you'll be able to find a few errors that have managed to escape my attention. Sorry for this. If you give me a wink, I'll try to correct it.

I'd also like to say to all my trading-partners over the years, and especially to the people who used to be on the original Hey-Joe Mailing List back in the late 1990's. This collection wouldn't have been the same without you !

For more detailed information: Please refer to Just ask the Axis for concert setlists, and to "From the Benjamin Franklin Studios" and the Jimpress-magazine for album/CD tracklists. At the bottom of this page you'll also find some more links that may prove useful in these or other regards.

The latest additions to the collection are marked (Some of these discs may be in transit).

AND DON'T FORGET YOUR BROWSER CAN DO WORD SEARCHES IN THIS PAGE!

American visitors please observe that all dates are given in the European format: Day / Month / Year.
Also, country-spesific letters (such as the German "Ü" and the Scandinavian "Ö") have been changed to the nearest English equivalent, and
English city names (such as "Cologne" instead of "Koln" and "Copenhagen" instead of "Kobenhavn") are being used throughout the list.

Details regarding recording dates and personnel are subject to change whenever new information becomes available.

Latest revisions:
In december 2012 a set of upgrades of all circulating Copenhagen 03.09.70 sources - plus a previously uncirculated source - became available through www.crosstowntorrents.org. This set also introduced a re-numbering of the existing sources, based on the dates of discovery. For practical reasons this new system has now been implemented on this site as well. For the listed pre-december 2012 discs/releases I've included both the new numbers and - in the cases where there have been changes - information about what number the sources formerly were known under. For future discs/releases (after december 2012) I will stick solely to the new numbering. The following is a summary of what's what in that regard:
Old Source 1 = New Source 1
Old Source 2 = New Source 3
Old Source 3 never existed
Old Source 4 = New Source 4 (prior to december 2012 only in circulation as a an incomplete tape ending with "Red House", but now available complete)
Old Source 5 = New Source 2
Old Source 6 = New Source 5
New Source 6 = New Source 6 (uncirculated prior to december 2012)
The date for the The Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Session (aka. The Dirty Tape) has been changed to 18.03.68 in accordance with the info in "From The Benjamin Franklin Studios", 3rd Edition. More info about this tape is available here.

The date for the "Things I Used To Do" Jam (featuring Johnny Winter, Stephen Stills, Billy Cox, Buddy Miles and possibly Dallas Taylor) has been corrected to 07.05.69 throughout the site.

And while we're at it ...
Here's some Hendrix-related news in case you've missed it:

"Cry of Love" and "Rainbow Bridge" will be reissued by Sony 16.september in both CD and Vinyl format. This will be the first time "Rainbow Bridge" is released on CD.
An all analog vinyl reissue of "Are You Experienced" has been released by Sony.
The latest "new" Hendrix recordings to surface is a Complete 1st Gen audience recordings from Stuttgart 19.01.69; 1st Show (the previously circulated version was 2nd Gen and was missing 2 1/2 tracks).
"Blue Wild Angel: Jimi Hendrix Live at The Isle of Wight" has been released in BluRay format.
A Vinyl reissue of "Live at Monterey" was released by Sony on Record Store Day 19.april.
The latest addition to the ATM series is the complete soundboard recording from Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show (ATM 256-257).
... and Jimi Pass It On and Crosstowntorrents are of course still the places to be if you want to keep up with what's happening in the music-world of Jimi Hendrix!


Hans-Peter Johnsen
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Please note that I do not condone commercial exploitation of the music of Jimi Hendrix (or any other artist). If it comes to my attention that any material recieved from me through trade is being sold or attempted sold for profit to third parties, I will immediately break all contact with the trader responsible. I will also ignore to fulfill any ongoing trades with this person, and I will furthermore see as my duty to do whatever I can to stop his or her commercial activity.


BOOTLEG LPs & CDs
There used to be a time when bootlegs were the most accessible source for unofficial material by a recording artist. Over the years there has been released somewhere between 500 and 1.000 Hendrix-bootlegs, and they just keep on coming. The problems were - and still are - that bootlegs are quite expensive, they're not always easy to come by, and unless you're a die-hard collector, very few of them are actually worth having (and then we're not even considereing who gets the money, and the obvious fact that the manufacturing and sale of such discs is illegal). Luckily things have changed, and today most eveything of what's available on bootlegs is also available on Collectors' Discs. In addition, the quality of the material on these discs are in most cases superior to the quality of the same material on bootlegs. Collectors' Discs are also relatively easy to come by, and can generally be aquired for nothing more than blanks and postage (B&P). If you're looking for info regarding the best of these, you could for instance start by checking out the entries listed in the Archived Traders' Material section.
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Releases through 1991

  • This Flyer ([No label] / 1970 / 1LP) 1CDR [Vinyl transfer; BP 2006] / ftbfs: B089b
    (Mike Ephron Sessions, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY 13.09.69; 38:36)
    Tracklist: "This Flyer": JA11 (incl."Gypsy Boy" (3), "Free Thunder", "Swift's Wing" & "Down Mean Blues"); 20:52 / JA12; 9:11 / JA13; 4:10 / "Madagascar" (1i); 4:22
    [Quote from the Release notes: "This is probably the first & rarest bootleg LP of Jimi Hendrix ! Released in April 1970, 4000 Jamaican pressing copies reported but probably far less, it sported a plain jacket & black centre labels. A number of copies were circulated & sold with Black Panther propaganda inside. The title came from the enclosed slip of paper which stated: "This Flyer is for the man who walked into a pad at Woodstock, raised his axe and talk to the people around him, and they talked together" The album contained 4 untitled jams, a long affair which dominate side 1 and 3 shorter pieces on side 2, including "Flying", the only one with lyrics. Recorded on September 13, 1969 at Shokan House around Woodstock, the jams featured unknown Welsh pianist Mike Ephron with Juma Sultan on flute & percussion and Jerry Velez also on percussion."
    ]
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  • Live at The Los Angeles Forum 4-25-70 (Rubber Dubber 70-001 / - / 2LP) (gatefold sleeve) ftbfs: B044a
  • Live at The Los Angeles Forum 4-25-70 (Rubber Dubber 70-001 / - / 2LP) (gatefold sleeve) ftbfs: B044a
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Almost Complete* - 1st Source (Near source)])
    [* There's about a 1 min cut in the middle of "Ezy Rider" (16) on this source.]
    notes:
    - Matrix: Record 1: Side 1: 70-001-01A b/w Side 4: 70-001-04D / Record 2: Side 2: 70-001-02B b/w Side 3: 70-001-03C.
    - The front cover of these two albums are slightly different; One has a circular logo stamp in the lower right corner, while the other has a stamp that says "Yours truly, Rubber Dubber".
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  • Live at The Forum - Los Angeles April 25, 1970 (Munia 1622 / - / 2LP) (gatefold sleeve) ftbfs: B044c
  • Live at The Forum - Los Angeles April 25, 1970 (Munia 1622 / - / 2LP) (gatefold sleeve) ftbfs: B044c
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source (Near source)])
    [* There's about a 1 min cut in the middle of "Ezy Rider" (16) on this source.]
    notes:
    - Matrix: Record 1: Side 1: M-1622-A and S-2325-A b/w Side 4: M-1622 D and S-2332 8 / Record 2: Side 2: M-1622-B and S-2326 b/w Side 3: M-1622-C and S-2327.
    - The fronts have an insert with purple print glued to the gatefold sleeves.
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  • Live at The Forum - Los Angeles April 25, 1970 (Abstract Records - / - / 2LP) (gatefold sleeve) ftbfs: B044
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source (Near source)])
    [* There's about a 1 min cut in the middle of "Ezy Rider" (16) on this source.]
    notes:
    - Matrix: Record 1: Side 1: M-1622-A and S-2325-A b/w Side 2: M-1622 B and S-2326 / Record 2: Side 3: M-1622-C and S-2327 b/w Side 4: M-1622-D and S-2332 8.

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  • Live at The Forum - Los Angeles April 25, 1970 (Munia LPR 28/29 / - / 2LP) (gatefold sleeve; dark greenish blue labels) ftbfs: B044c
  • Live at The Forum - Los Angeles April 25, 1970 (Contraband [Munia] LPR 28/29 / - / 2LP) (LP1: Red labels / LP2: Black labels) ftbfs: B044c
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source (Near source)])
    [* There's about a 1 min cut in the middle of "Ezy Rider" (16) on this source.]
    notes:

    - Matrix: Record 1: Side 1: LPR-28-A and SIDE 2 b/w Side 2: LPR-28-B and SIDE 2 / Record 2: Side 3: LPR-29-A and SIDE 1 b/w Side 4: LPR-29-B and SIDE 2.
    - The concert setlist is mixed up on this album. The correct order is: Side 1, 4, 3, 2.
    - Generally the same front covers as used for Munia 1622, but with the bottom part of the picture cut and replaced with the tracklist. Loose inserts. The first has brown print, while the second is slightly different, with purple print, in poorer quality (seems to be a Xerox copy of the first), and also has a small drawing of a vinyl LP in the bottom right corner.
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  • Live at The L.A.Forum 4-25-70 - 'Scuse Me ... While I Kiss The Sky (Rubber Dubber - / - / 2LP) ftbfs: B044a
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source (Near source)])
    [* There's about a 1 min cut in the middle of "Ezy Rider" (16) on this source. On this particular release
    "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (38) is also edited from 9:24 down to 7:07.]
    notes:
    - Matrix: Record 1: Side 1: 9002-1 and S-2334 b/w Side 4: 9002-4 and S-2337 / Record 2: Side 2: 9002-2 and S-2335 b/w Side 3: 9002-3 and S-2336
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  • Live at The L.A.Forum 4-25-70 - 'Scuse Me ... While I Kiss The Sky (Trade Mark Of Quality / - / 2LP) ftbfs: B044a
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source (Near source)])
    [* There's about a 1 min cut in the middle of "Ezy Rider" (16) on this source.]
    notes:
    - Matrix: Record 1 (blue vinyl): Side 1: 2802 A and KEN JEFFREY b/w 2802 B / Record 2 (orange vinyl): Side 3: 2802-C and 70-415 b/w 2802 D and 70-415 and KEN JEFFREY.
    - This particular version of the LA Forum bootleg is not listed in "From the Benjamin Franklin Studios". The Cover is a plain (light greenish blue) jacket with an insert identical to that of the Rubber Dubber version, but with the TMOQ logo added below the "4-25-70" text in the upper right corner.
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  • Smashing Amps (Ruthless Rhymes [JH 1/2] / 1971 / 1LP) ftbfs: B036d
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Incident at Rainbow Bridge, Maui, Hawaii (Dragon [UDP 13 107-1] / 1971 / 1LP) ftbfs: B012a
  • Incident at Rainbow Bridge, Maui, Hawaii (Dragon [UDP 13 107-1] / 1971 / 1LP) 1CDR [Vinyl transfer] / ftbfs: B012a
  • Maui, Hawaii (Trade Mark of Quality JH 106 or TMQ 71 018 / - / 1LP) 1CDR [Vinyl transfer] / ftbfs: B012b
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Aud Source])
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Rainbow Bridge (Shalom 3123 / Contraband CBM 3123 / - / 1LP) 1CDR [Vinyl transfer; WA 2003] / ftbfs: B013
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Aud Source])
    notes:
    - "Rainbow Bridge" (ftbfs: B013) is in reality just "Incident at Rainbow Bridge, Maui, Hawaii" (ftbfs: B012) with the 1st track - "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7i) - and it's spoken intro removed.
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  • Isle of Wight Vol.1 ([No label] [LS 3843] / - / 1LP) [printed colour cover] ftbfs: B019
    (Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70)
    Side A: Introduction / "Lover Man" (39) / "Freedom" (24) / "Red House" (76)
    Side B: "Machine Gun" (27i)

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  • Jimi Hendrix Experience - Clapton - Mayall - Baker - Bruce (Munia [707] / - / 1LP) ftbfs: B088
    (Studio 1967 [2 Hendrix tracks only])
    notes:
    - All material lifted from official releases.
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  • Sky High ! (Sky Dog SGSH 2017378 / 1972 / 1LP) [Black & White "Pirate Skull" wraparound cover] ftbfs: B064
  • Sky High ! (Sky Dog SGSH 2017378 / 1972 / 1LP) [Black & White "Pirate Skull" cover] ftbfs: B064
  • Sky High ! (Kustom Rekords SPJH 1[matrix: SPJH+1] / 1972 / 1LP) ftbfs: B064
  • Sky High ! ([White label] [matrix: SPJH+1] / 1972 / 1LP) ftbfs: B064
    (Scene Club, New York City, NY 07.03.68 [Jam with Jim Morrison a.o.])
    notes:
    - Uncertainty has for a long time surrounded both the exact date for the Scene Club recordings and the personnel featured on them. Most sources lean towards 07.03.68 as the most likely date, and personnel is believed to be Jimi Hendrix (guitar / vocals), Jim Morrison (vocals) and Lester Chambers (harp) plus two unknown guitarists, unknown bass and unknown drums. Some of these may or may not have been members of The McCoys or The Young Rascals, but neither Johnny Winter nor Rick Derringer were among them.
    - Vinyl transfer of the White label version is available.
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  • Live Experience 1967-68 (Voodoo Chile - / - / 1LP) ftbfs: B001
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 plus Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69)
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  • Broadcasts Maui (Trade Mark Of Quality (POD) 7502 [H 106-107] / - / 2LP) ftbfs: B111
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Aud Source] plus Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69)
    notes:
    - Tandem of "Broadcasts" (ftbfs: B001) (identical to "Live Experience 1967-68", "Goodbye Jimi" a.o.) and "Maui, Hawaii" (ftbfs: B012) (identical to "Incident at Rainbow Bridge, Maui, Hawaii", "Live in Hawaii 1970", "Somewhere over the Rainbow" a.o.).
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  • Live in Stockholm (Fruit End c10168 / - / - ) ftbfs: B023a
  • Live in Stockholm (Wizardo WRMB 333 / - / - ) 1CDR [Vinyl transfer] / ftbfs: B023a
  • Pipe Dream (The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label TAKRL 1959 / - / - ) ftbfs: B023b
  • Pipe Dream (The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label TAKRL 1959 / - / - ) 1CDR [Vinyl.to-CD transfer] / ftbfs: B023b
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete] plus Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
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  • Live at the Philharmonic Hall (Sagitarius SAGIT 1 / - / 1LP) ftbfs: B075
    (An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show [1st Source] / "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 [Live & Interview by Flip Wilson])
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Guitar Hero (K&S Records 011 / 1978 / 1LP) ftbfs: B005
  • Guitar Hero (K&S Records 011 / 1978 / 1LP) 1CDR [Vinyl transfer; WA 2003] / ftbfs: B005
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Never Fade (Phoenix 44 775 / 1979 / 2LP) ftbfs: B115
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete] plus Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Tandem of "Guitar Hero" (ftbfs: B005) and "Live in Stockholm" (ftbfs: B023) (identical to "Pipe Dream" a.o.)"
    - The cover says "Recorded in Amsterdam and London in 1967 and 1968". While the London part of course is true for the BBC portion, the Amsterdam part is obviously wrong. There does in fact not exist any recordings of Hendrix from Amsterdam at all.
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  • Unknown Wellknown (Raven JH 6146 / 1979? / 1LP) ftbfs: B017
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Last British Concert ([White label] 79-036 / 1979? / 1LP) ftbfs: B021
    (Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ? ([White label] JIMI 1 / 1979 / 1LP) (white insert w.green print) ftbfs: B006
  • Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ? (Slipped Disc JIMI 1 / 1979 / 1LP) (light green insert w.brown print) ftbfs: B006
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 [Jam with Eric Burdon & War; Old version] plus interview excerpts from BBC's "Insight" Radio show, 1976 [Alexis Korner, Paul McCartney & Alan Douglas])
    notes:
    - Includes the complete "... And A Happy New Year" Promo Single (Reprise PRO 595; 1974) / 12" single (Reprise PRO-A-840; 1979).
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Blues (Toasted 2S 912 / 1980 / 2LP) ftbfs: B116
    (Scene Club, New York City, NY 07.03.68 [Jam with Jim Morrison a.o.] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 plus Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show / Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"])
    notes:
    - Tandem of "Smashing Amps" (expanded version) (ftbfs: B037) and "Sky High !" (ftbfs: B064).
    - Uncertainty has for a long time surrounded both the exact date for the Scene Club recordings and the personnel featured on them. Most sources lean towards 07.03.68 as the most likely date, and personnel is believed to be Jimi Hendrix (guitar / vocals), Jim Morrison (vocals) and Lester Chambers (harp) plus two unknown guitarists, unknown bass and unknown drums. Some of these may or may not have been members of The McCoys or The Young Rascals, but neither Johnny Winter nor Rick Derringer were among them.
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  • Magic Fingers (Towne RG 2001 / 1981/ 2LP) ftbfs: B056
    (Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd show [Sbd Source] plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 [Jam with Stevie Wonder] / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 / Outtake 1970 ["Dolly Dagger" Mixing Session])
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  • Last American Concert - Alive and Flowing from the Crater of the Sun, Maui, Hawaii (Jupiter S-444 / 1981 / 1LP) ftbfs: B016
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show plus Interview-snippet from Pop Expo '69, Hollywood Palladium 30.03.69 [Backstage interview by Jay Harvey])
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Davenport, Iowa '68 (Creative Artistry 26K10 / 55K10 / 1982 / 2LP) ftbfs: B071
    (Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, IA 11.08.68)
    notes:
    - The venue for the Davenport show was for many years erroneously identified as the Colonial Ballroom.
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Recorded Live Paris Olympia January 29, 1968 (UFO 201018 / 1982? / 1LP) ftbfs:
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show)
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  • Can You Here Me Rock [sic.] (Keri HEMERO 01 / NA / 2LP) ftbfs: B079
    ("Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 plus "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 2nd Show / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69)
    notes:
    - The Hamburg recordings are incorrectly listed as being from the Starclub, Hamburg 17.03.67.
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  • You Can't Use My Name (Rock Folders RF2 / Q 9020 PRO / 1985 / 1LP) ftbfs: B018
  • You Can't Use My Name (Rock Folders RF2 / Q 9020 PRO / 1985 / 1LP) ftbfs: B018
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 2nd Show plus Curtis Knight material 1967 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Outtakes 1968)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • The Lord of the Strings (Rock Solid 213 / 1983 / 2LP) ftbfs: B046
    (Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 [Sbd])
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  • Gypsy on Cloud Nine (Jester (Grand) JP 106 / 1986 / 2LP) ftbfs: B094
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [incl."Crash Landing"-outtakes])
    Side 1: "Further On Up The Road" / "Astro Man" (2) / "Things I Used To Do" (4) / "Once I Had A Woman" (2) / "Lullaby For The Summer" (1) [listed as "Ezy Rider Instrumental Jam"]
    Side 2: "Ezy Rider" (5i) / "Message To Love" (15) / Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [listed as "Captain Coconut"]
    Side 3: "Ezy Rider" (12i) Jam [listed as "Instrumental Jam"] / "Peace In Mississippi" (1) / "Little Drummer Boy" (2)
    Side 4: "Izabella / Machine Gun" (3) / "Blue Suede Shoes" (2) / "Midnight Lightning" (5) [listed as "Blue Suede Shoes Part 2"]

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  • Paris is Sir James Town (Instant Analysis [BBR 003 / L 28 266] / 1987 / 1LP) ftbfs: B029a
  • Paris 67 ([No label] [BBR 003] / 1987 / 1LP) ftbfs: B029b
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Both albums features the same material, and they even have the same matrix number.
    - Vinyl transfer available ("Paris 67").
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  • Live at The Olympia Theatre, Paris, January 29, 1968 ([No label] JH-68-P / 1987 / 1LP) ftbfs: B032
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Jimi Hendrix Live at the Hollywood Bowl (Continuing Saga (RSR 251) / 2LP) ftbfs: B062
    (Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA 14.09.68 plus "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - The Cover incorrectly lists the date for the Hollywood Bowl show as October 1968, and the date for the remaining tracks as simply 1968.

    - The Hollywood Bowl recording is incomplete as it fails to include "Foxy Lady" (100) and "Sunshine of Your Love" (8).
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  • Hells Session (Bella Godiva BGR 001 / 1987 / 1LP) ftbfs: B095
    (Outtakes 1969 plus John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 ["Driving South (5)" / "Drone Blues" (1) / "It's Too Bad" (1i) / "Jimi / Jimmy Jam" (1i) / "Young / Hendrix" (1i)])
    notes:
    - All tracks on this LP are given fictitious names.
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Two Sides of The Same Genius (The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label (H 6770) / 1987 ? / 1LP) ftbfs: B025
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / The Apartment Jams, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969 [The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"])
    notes:
    - Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Electric Birthday, Jimi ([No label] EBJ 01 / 1987 / 1LP) ftbfs: B097
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • First Rays of the Rising Sun ([No label] RSJ 02 / 1987 / 1LP) ftbfs: B092
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • The Wild Man of Pop Plays Vol.1 (Pyramid RFT LP 003 / 1988 / 1LP) ftbfs: B026
  • The Wild Man of Pop Plays Vol.1 (Pyramid RFT CD 003 / 1988 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B314
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete] plus "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 [Complete])
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  • The Wild Man of Pop Plays Vol.2 (Pyramid RFT LP 004 / 1988 / 1LP) ftbfs: B034
    ("Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source] / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 plus Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show / Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"])
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  • The Wild Man of Pop Plays Vol.2 (Pyramid RFT CD 004 / 1988 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B315
    ("Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source] / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 plus Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show / Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"])
    notes:
    - Includes CD Bonus track "Wild Thing" (7) from "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source]
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  • Guitar Hero (Document DR 013 CD / 1988 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B302
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967)
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  • Guitar Wizard (Document DR 1305 / 1988 / Shaped Picture Disc Single) ftbfs: B201
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967)
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  • Fuckin' his Guitar for Denmark (Polymore JH CO / - / 1LP) ftbfs: B059
    (Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Guitars and Amps (World Production of Compact Music WPOCM 0888 B 005-1 / 1988 / 1LP) ftbfs: B033
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show)
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  • Canadian Club (World Production of Compact Music WPOCM 0888 B 006-1 / 1988 / 1LP) ftbfs: B055
    (Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source] plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 [Jam with Stevie Wonder])
    notes:
    - The Ottawa recording is incomplete as it fails to include the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16); 0:28.

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  • Live from Ottawa (Starlight SL 87 010 / 1988 / 1LP) ftbfs: B054
    (Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - This recording is incomplete as it fails to include the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16); 0:28.
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  • The Jimi Hendrix Concert Collection: Live In Concert 1967 (Living Legend LLR CD 001 / 1988 / 1CD) ftbfs: B303
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 plus "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
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  • Oldies But Goldies / Live - Over 20 Years Old: Cafe Au Go-Go - Jam Session (Koiné K 880 802 / 1988 / 1CD) ftbfs: B319
    (Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68)
    Tracklist: "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (4) [listed as "Beginning Of A Jam"]; 6:25 / "Stormy Monday" [listed as "Monday Jam"]; 7:45 / "Three Little Bears" (7) [listed as "Jimi Jam"]; 14:38 / JL1 [listed as "Swing Jimi Jam"]; 5:50 / JL2 [listed as "Funky Jam"]; 8:05 / "Little Wing" (7) [listed as "Jamming Wing"]; 8:34
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "Live in New York" (Black Panther BPCD 018)
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  • Live in London 1967 (Koiné K 881 104 / 1988 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B304
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 [incl.Jam with Stevie Wonder])
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  • Live at the Los Angeles Forum, April 26, 1969 (Zipper LA4 M 42 669 / 1988 / 2LP) ftbfs: B041
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Complete; Sbd Source] plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show: "Tax Free" (10) [8:50 Edit])
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  • A Lifetime of Experience (Sleepy Dragon DRA 5510 / - / 2LP) ftbfs: B066
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 plus Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68)
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  • Loaded Guitar (Starlight SL 87 013 / 1988 / 1LP) ftbfs: B078
    ("Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 30.03.67 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69 / "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 07.07.69 [with The Jack Rosenbaum Orchestra] / "Dick Cavett Show", New York City, NY 09.09.1969)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Star Spangled Blues (Waggle / Toasted WAG 1935 / 1988 / 2LP) ftbfs: B067
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st Show plus Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Soundcheck & 2nd Show / Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *)
    [* "Star Spangled Banner" by The Rainbow Bridge Band]
    notes:
    - Includes the "Misprint tracks" from "Band of Gypsys 2", 1986
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  • Midnight Magic (Waggle / Toasted WAG 1936 / 1988 / 2LP) ftbfs: B074
    (International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 plus Outtakes 1968-70 / Radio ads for the LP "Historic Performances Recorded Live at the Monterey International Pop Festival", the film "Jimi Hendrix" (ftbfs: OV 17) (x 2) and the film "Rainbow Bridge" (ftbfs: OV 09) plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *)
    [* "Midnight" by The Rainbow Bridge Band & "God Save The Queen" by David Henderson]
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  • Ladyland in Flames (Marshall (L 30 640) / 2LP) ftbfs: B117
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Tandem of "Electric Birthday, Jimi" (ftbfs: B097) and "First Rays of the Rising Sun" (ftbfs: B092)
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  • Gypsy Suns, Moons and Rainbows (Sidewalk Music JHX 8868 / 1988 / 1CD) ftbfs: B306
    (Outtakes 1969-70 [incl."Crash Landing"-outtakes])
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  • Live & Unreleased - Part 1 (Westwood One WWO9/2-5/88 (JH9-288) / 1988 / 2LP) ftbfs: B083
    (From "Live & Unreleased" Radio Show: Studio, Outtakes, Live & Interviews 1965-69: Isley Brothers Single / Little Richard Sessions 1965 [Fake tracks with No Hendrix involvement] / Curtis Knight material 1965-67 / Studio & Outtakes 1967-69 / Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source] / BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Interviews (Excerpts): Radiohuset, Stockholm 25.05.67 (Interview by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / Radiohuset, Stockholm 08.01.68 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 68 Special") / Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN 02.11.68 (Interview by Tony Glover for the "Hoollabaloo" Magazine) / Jimi's Apartment, London 07.01.69 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Hugh Curry for Canadian CBC TV "Through the Eyes of Tomorrow") / Radiohuset, Stockhom 09.01.69 (Interview by Lennart Wretlind for Swedish Radio "Pop 69 Special"))
    notes:
    - Bootleg reissue of US.Transcription Discs; Slightly different from "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show" and "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story".
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  • Live & Unreleased - Part 2 (Westwood One WWO9/2-5/88(JH9-388) / 1988 / 2LP) ftbfs: B084
    (From "Live & Unreleased" Radio Show: Studio, Outtakes, Live & Interviews 1967-70: BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 2nd Show / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70 / Interviews (Excerpts): Radiohuset, Stockholm 25.05.67 (Interview by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / Radiohuset, Stockholm 08.01.68 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 68 Special") / Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN 02.11.68 (Interview by Tony Glover for the "Hoollabaloo" Magazine) / Jimi's Apartment, London 07.01.69 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Hugh Curry for Canadian CBC TV "Through the Eyes of Tomorrow") / Radiohuset, Stockhom 09.01.69 (Interview by Lennart Wretlind for Swedish Radio "Pop 69 Special"))
    notes:
    - Bootleg reissue of US.Transcription Discs; Slightly different from "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show" and "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story"
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  • The Legendary Starclub Tapes (The Early Years 02 CD 3309 / 1989 / 1CD) ftbfs: B323
    ("Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] plus Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Although the title suggests otherwise, this CD doesn't feature any material recorded at Hamburg's legandary Starclub.
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  • Shine On Earth, Shine On (Sidewalk SW 89 010-11 / 1989 / 2CD) ftbfs: B320
    (Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 plus Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show / Outtakes 1969-70)
    Disc 1: Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68: "Little Wing" (7); 9:21 / "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (4); 7:04 / "Three Little Bears" (7) > JL1 > JL2 (i) [listed as "Tomorrow Never Knows"]; 21:54
    Disc 2: Outtakes: "Peace In Mississippi" (6) [listed as "Somewhere Over The Rainbow"]; 4:15 / "Message Of Love" (6) |listed as "Power Of Soul"]; 3:31 / "Stone Free" (5); 3:42 / "Crash Landing" (4); 4:28 / "Drone Blues" (1); 8:36 / "Once I Had A Woman" (2); 5:18 / "Freedom" (1); 3:59 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show: "Stepping Stone" (15); 5:42
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  • On the Killing Floor (The Swingin' Pig TSP 012-3 / 1989 / 3LP Box) ftbfs: B028
  • On the Killing Floor (The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD 012-2 / 1989 / 2CD) ftbfs: B332
    (Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as two separate CDs as "Jimi Plays Stockholm 1" & "Jimi Plays Stockholm 2" (ftbfs: B586 & B587).
    - This album has also been reissued several other times under various other titles, such as "Electric Church Magic" (Axis Hendrix Archives AXIS 02 A/B).
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  • Woodstock Nation (Wild Bird WBR 890 091/2 / 1989 / 2CD) ftbfs: B331
    (Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69)
    notes:
    - Same as "Looking Back" (Teddy Bear TB 23/2).
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  • It Was More Than 20 Years Ago: The Live Jimi Hendrix - Europe 1967 (Bulldog BGCD 023 / 1989 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B311
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show)
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  • Live in Paris (The Swingin' Pig TSP 016 / 1989 / 1LP) ftbfs: B031a
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete])
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  • Fire (The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD 018 / 1989 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B324
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 plus "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67)
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  • The Winterland Days (Minotauro LTD 24 / 1989 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B313
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - "The Winterland Days" was originally released by Manic Depression Records (MDR 001/002) 1989. The Minotauro version was originally released as a Special Limited Edition that came with a Metal Box CD cover, but was subsequently reissued with a regular cover as "Jimi Hendrix" (LTD 24).

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  • The First Rays of the New Rising Sun (Living Legend LLRCD 023 / 1989 / 1CD) ftbfs: B330
    (Curtis Knight material 1965-67 / Studio 1967 / Outtakes 1967-69 / Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 2nd Show / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Most material lifted from the "Live & Unreleased" Radio Show".
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  • I Don't Live Today, Maybe Tomorrow (Living Legend LLRCD 030 / 1989 / 1CD) ftbfs: B336
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Complete Show [Sbd Source]])
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  • Live in Los Angeles Forum CA., USA (Black Panther BPCD 050 / 1989 / 1CD) ftbfs: B337
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show: "Tax Free" (10) [8:50 Edit]])
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  • Sweet Angel (World Production of Compact Music WPOCM 0589 D 022-2 / 1989 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B335
    ("Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69 plus Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King])
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  • American Dream (World Production of Compact Music WPOCM 0589 D 023-2 / 1989 / 1CD) ftbfs: B343
    (Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show / Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Rehearsals] / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show / Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70)
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  • Wizard's Visions (World Production of Compact Music WPOCM 0789 D 026-2 / 1989 / 1CD) ftbfs: B338
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source, but on this CD an additional 15 sec.is missing.
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  • The Things I used to do (Golden Memories GM 890 738 / 1989 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B328
    (Outtakes 1968-69 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
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  • Atlanta - Live in Atlanta July 4th, 1970 (Toasted TRW 1946 / 1989 / 2LP) ftbfs: B065
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 [Aud Source])
    notes:
    - Mastered too slow.
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  • Spanish Castle Magic (Toasted TRW 1952 / 1989 / 2LP) ftbfs: B042
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Complete; Sbd Source])
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  • Hoochie Coochie Man (Waggle / Toasted / Trade Mark Of Quality TRW 1953 / 1989 / 2LP) ftbfs: B086
    (Curtis Knight material 1965-67 / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source] / BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Outtakes 1967-70 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show / Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70)
    notes:
    - Most material lifted from the "Live & Unreleased" Radio Show".
    - Includes the "Misprint tracks" from "Band of Gypsys 2", 1986.
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  • Turn 'er on ! ([No label] [APEJH 818 169] / 1989? / 1LP) ftbfs: B081
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 plus Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70)
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  • Music for Fans (Creative Artistry [CE-1429] / Music of Distinction MOD-1003 / - / 1LP) 1CDR [Vinyl transfer] / ftbfs: B099
    (Outtakes 1968-69)
    Tracklist: "Cherokee Mist" (1); 6:27 / "Drone Blues" (1); 8:00 / "Strato Strut" (1); 1:38 / "Nine to the Universe" (1); 17:01
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  • Midnight Lightning (Marshall JMH 1-2 / 1989 / 1LP)
    (Outtakes 1969-70 [incl."Crash Landing"-outtakes])
    notes:
    - Vinyl reissue of the bootleg CD "Gypsy Suns, Moons and Rainbows" (ftbfs: B306)
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  • Electric Hendrix 1 (Triangle PYCD 030 / 1989 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B339
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
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  • Electric Hendrix 2 (Triangle PYCD 031 / 1989 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B340
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
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  • Star Spangled Blues (Neutral Zone NZCD 89 011 / 1989 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B341
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st Show plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *]
    [* "Star Spangled Banner" by The Rainbow Bridge Band]
    notes:
    - Truncated CD version of the 2LP Set "Star Spangled Blues" (ftbfs: B067), omitting the "Misprint tracks" from "Band of Gypsys 2", 1986
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  • Midnight Magic (Neutral Zone NZCD 89 012 / 1989 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B342
    (International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 plus Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Soundcheck & 2nd Show / Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70)
    notes:
    - Includes the "Misprint tracks" from "Band of Gypsys 2", 1986
    - Truncated / Re-worked CD version of the 2LP Set "Midnight Magic" (ftbfs: B074), omitting the Outtakes & Radio Adverts, and instead adding the "Misprint tracks" from "Band of Gypsys 2", 1986
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  • Monterey Pop Festival '67: The Summer of Love - All began from here (Evil EVIL LP 001/7 / 1990 / 7LP Box)
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 [3 Hendrix tracks only])
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  • In Europe 67 / 68 / 69 (Vulture CD 009/2 / 1990 / 2CD) ftbfs: B346
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete] / l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show [Complete] plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st Show)
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  • Electric Church Music ([White label] [matrix: 71 056] / - / 1LP) ftbfs: B058
    (Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show)
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  • Historic Performances (Aquarius AQ 67 JH 080 / 1990 / 1CD) ftbfs: B317
    (Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69 / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69)
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  • Unforgetable Experience [The Fan Club Album Vol.1] ([No label] RAH 2469 / 1990? / 1LP) ftbfs: B039
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 plus "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer available.
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  • Gimmie The Glad Eye - The Best of Jimi Hendrix Live In Concert 1967-1969 (Double Time Disc DTD 003 / 1990 / 2CD) ftbfs: B359
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 [Sbd Source] plus "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69)
    notes:
    - Disc 1 is identical to World Production of Compact Music WPOCM's previously released "Sweet Angel" (ftbfs: B335)
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Newport Sbd Source, but on this CD an additional 15 sec.is missing.
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  • Jimi Hendrix & Traffic: A Session (Oh Boy! 1-9027 / 1990 / 1CD) ftbfs: B349
    (Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70 plus TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA 29.10.68 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69)
    Tracklist: "Jam Thing" / JS21 [listed as "Guitar Thing"] / "Session Thing"
    notes:
    - "Session Thing" was initially believed to be part of the Jam with Traffic at Electric Lady Studios 15.06.70, but has later been determined to come from TTG Studios 29.10.68. It has now also been suggested that the flute may have been played by Lowell George, not Jim Horn, and the keyboards by Graham Bond, not Lee Michaels.
    - This album has later been reissued as "Lover Man" (Oil Well 123 CD)
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  • Musicorama (Triangle PYCD 042 / 1990 / 1CD) ftbfs: B350
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete] plus BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 06.10.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC "Top Gear") [incomplete])
    notes:
    - The BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 06.10.67 interview was actually conducted by Tommy Vance, but the interviewer on this recording is Brian Matthews. The reason for this oddity is as follows: The original transcription discs/tapes with Tommy Vance and John Peels contributions to the "Top Gear" shows have apparently been lost, all the chat on these shows are later overdubs by Brian Matthews for his Swedish (English language) "Top Of The Pops" RADIO show - NOT the famous British TV show. Seeing the source for the recording featured here is the Swedish show, the featured voice is of course Brian Matthews' later overdub instead of Tommy Vance's original. (Thanks to Renwick for sending me a mail to clarify this.)
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  • Message of Love (Triangle PYCD 043 / 1990 / 1CD) ftbfs: B352
    (New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70)
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  • Rare Masters Series Vol.3 (The Genuine Pig TGPCD 134 / 1990 / 1CD) [Digital Clonee] ftbfs: B345
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Sbd Source])
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  • Last American Concert Vol.1 (The Swingin' Pig TSP 062 / 1990 / 1LP) ftbfs: B014
  • Last American Concert Vol.1 (The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD 062 / 1990 / 1CD) ftbfs: B354
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st Show [Sbd Source])
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  • Last American Concert Vol.2 (The Swingin' Pig TSP 072 / 1990 / 1LP) ftbfs: B015
  • Last American Concert Vol.2 (The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD 072 / 1990 / 1CD) ftbfs: B355
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 2nd Show [Sbd Source])
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  • Black Devil - The Live Experience (Great Dane GDR CD 9104 / 1991 / 1CD) ftbfs: B333
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete])
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  • On Stage: Purple Haze (On Stage CD 12 010 / 1991 / 1CD) ftbfs: B552
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 plus l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source])
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  • Experience II (DV More MTT 10.21 / 1991 / 1CD) ftbfs: B382
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 plus "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69)
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  • Band of Gypsys: Happy New Year, Jimi (Silver Shadow CD 9103 / 1991 / 1CD) ftbfs: B364
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show)
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  • Riots in Berkeley (Beech Marten BM 038 / 1991 / 1CD) ftbfs: B366
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show [Complete] plus Soundcheck & 1st Show)
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  • Live & Alive: Live USA (Imtrat 900 036 / 1991 / 1CD) ftbfs: B353
    (New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 plus Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - The LA Forum portion features "I Don't Live Today" (46) - an edited version of "I Don't Live Today" (35), with the drum intro extended and an unknown guitarist overdubbed on top
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  • Live & Alive: Live USA (Imtrat 902 001 / 1991 / 2CD) ftbfs: B356
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 plus Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show / Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show: "Tax Free" (10) [8:50 Edit]] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - The LA Forum portion features "I Don't Live Today" (46) - an edited version of "I Don't Live Today" (35), with the drum intro extended and an unknown guitarist overdubbed on top
    - Disc 1 is identical to Imtrat 900 036 "Live & Alive: Live USA" (ftbfs: B353)
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  • Incident at Rainbow Bridge & Isle at Wight Festival (Triangle PYCD 060-2 / 1991 / 2CD) ftbfs: B368
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70 plus Outtakes 1967)
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  • Cherokee Mist (Triangle PYCD 070 / 1991 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B363
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "Go Do The Voodoo That You Do"
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  • Record Plant Jam (Pilot HJCD 069 / 1991 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B362
    (Outtakes 1968-69 incl.John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69)
    Tracklist: "Valleys Of Neptune" (22); 3:21 / "Cherokee Mist" (1); 6:46 / "Driving South" (5) > "Jimi / Jimmy Jam" (1i); 45:23
    notes:
    - Tracklist as listed on the cover: "Driving South Jam"; 42:00 / "Cactus"; 3:20 / "Cherokee Mist"; 6:50
    - There's no index mark between "Driving South" (5) and "Jimi / Jimmy Jam" (1i).
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  • Interview Sweden '68 b/w Interview Sweden '69 (No label JIMI 7-2 / UK / NA / 7" Vinyl Single)
    (Interviews 1968-69: Radiohuset, Stockholm 08.01.68 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 68 Special") / Radiohuset, Stockholm 09.01.69 (Interview by Lennart Wretlind for Swedish Radio "Pop 69 Special"))
    ...
  • Interview Berlin 70 (No label JIMI 7-2 / UK / NA / 7" Vinyl Single)
    (Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin 04.09.70 (Backstage interview by Chris Bromberg for American Forces TV))
    ...
    ...

Releases 1992 - 1994

  • Atlanta Special (The Genuine Pig TGPCD 121 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B351
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 plus Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Soundcheck)
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "Still Dreaming".
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  • Purple Songs (Lost Rose LR 16 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B372
    (Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - This recording is incomplete as it fails to include the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16); 0:28.
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  • First Time in Canada (Bunny Music BM 0192 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B376
    (Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source] plus "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 / Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / Home recording 1969 [from the unreleased film "Experience" aka."The Last Experience"])
    notes:
    - The Ottawa recording is incomplete as it fails to include the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16); 0:28.
    - This album has later been reissued as "Thanks Ottawa for the Memories".
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  • Gold Collection (Cedar / DeJA2 / Phonocomp D2CD03 / 1992 / 2CD) ftbfs: B322
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
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  • More Electricity from Newport (Luna LU 9201 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B386
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 [Sbd Source] plus "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 09.09.69)
    notes:
    - Mastered too slow.
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source.
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  • Broadcasts (Luna LU 9204 / 1992 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B373
    (Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69 [Complete] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 plus Unidentified Live jam (possibly New York City Night Club march-apr.1968) / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69)
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  • It Never Takes An End ... (The Genuine Pig TGPCD 118 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B348
    (Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 [Sbd Source])
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  • Purple Haze in Woodstock (ITM 960 004 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B396
    (Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69)
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  • Live at Monterey Pop Festival (ITM 960 008 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B318
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67)
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  • Electric Gypsy's [Performance 69-70] (Pilot HJCD 070 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B385
    (Studio & Outtakes 1969)
    Tracklist: "Mannish Boy" (36-41) [listed as "I'm A Man"] / JS22 (2) [listed as "Gyspy Sunset"] / "Astro Man" (3i) Jam / "Ezy Rider" (12i) Jam [listed as "Instrumental Jam"] / "Izabella" (7) / "Stepping Stone" (4) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (17)
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  • Not just a Voodoo Chile [Valleys of Neptune] (Pilot HJCD 071 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B377
    (Outtakes 1968 / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70 plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *)
    [* "Solo Acoustic"]
    Tracklist: "Session Thing" (i) [listed as "Beyond The Valleys Of Neptune"] / Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [listed as "MLK / Captain Coconut"] / "Come On" (1i) / "Solo Acoustic" [fake track]
    notes:
    - "Session Thing" was initially believed to be part of the Jam with Traffic at Electric Lady Studios 15.06.70, but has later been determined to come from TTG Studios 29.10.68. It has now also been suggested that the flute may have been played by Lowell George, not Jim Horn, and the keyboards by Graham Bond, not Lee Michaels.
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  • Auld Lang Syne ([No label] JH-69-100-03/04 / 1992 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B374
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show)
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  • Band of Gypsies Vol.3 (Beech Marten BM 063/2 / 1992 / 2CD) ftbfs: B389
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Outtakes 1969-70 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - Cover erroneously says the Baggy's material is from the Fillmore East Afternoon Soundcheck.
    - This set includes the rather hard to come by "Stepping Stone" (5) - an alternate mix from the WB Records sampler "Loony Tunes and Merry Melodies".
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  • Midnight Shines Down (Blue Kangaroo BK 04 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B375
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [incl."Crash Landing"-outtakes])
    notes:
    - Same as "Gypsy Suns, Moons and Rainbows" (ftbfs: B306) but with three extra tracks added on the end.
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  • Race with the Devil (Track 2070 198/919 / 1992 / 2CD) ftbfs: B379
    (Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70 [Complete*])
    [* Slight edit in "Machine Gun" (27)]
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  • Island Man (Silver Rarities SIRA 39/40 / 1992 / 2CD) ftbfs: B379 Rev.
    (Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70 [Complete])
    notes:
    - This Set is not mastered from a continous tape but compiled from a variety of sources.
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  • Red House (The Entertainers CD 294 / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B387
    (Studio 1968 plus Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show)
    notes:
    - Bootleg compilation of tracks lifted from "Electric Ladyland" & "In the West".
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  • OST - Rainbow Bridge & More (On the Air OTA 003 / 1992 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B378
    (Outtakes 1968-70 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Studio 1969 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show)
    notes:
    - Bootleg Vinyl-to-CD-transfer of "Rainbow Bridge" with additional material incl.the Withdrawn "Stepping Stone b/w Izabella" Single (Reprise 0905; 1970) and the "... And A Happy New Year" Promo Single (Reprise PRO 595; 1974) / 12" single (Reprise PRO-A-840; 1979).
    - Almost the same content as B380, but with addition of "Like A Rolling Stone" (6i) and "Jazz Jimi Jazz".
    - The "Rainbow Bridge" album has never been officially released in CD Format.
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  • Rainbow Bridge ([No label] RB 01 [R 30 578] / 1992 / 1CD) ftbfs: B380
    (Outtakes 1968-70 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Studio 1969 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show)
    notes:
    - Bootleg Vinyl-to-CD-transfer of "Rainbow Bridge" with additional material (lifted from Vinyl Sources): Withdrawn "Stepping Stone b/w Izabella" Single (Reprise 0905; 1970) and the "... And A Happy New Year" Promo Single (Reprise PRO 595; 1974) / 12" single (Reprise PRO-A-840; 1979).
    - The "Rainbow Bridge" album has never been officially released in CD Format.
    -
  • Rainbow Bridge (Reprise [fake] 12134 17566 01 / 1992 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B380 b
    (Outtakes 1968-70 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Studio 1969 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show)
    notes:
    - Bootleg Vinyl-to-CD-transfer of "Rainbow Bridge" with additional material (lifted from Vinyl Sources): Withdrawn "Stepping Stone b/w Izabella" Single (Reprise 0905; 1970)
    - Almost the same content as ftbfs: B380, but without "Little Drummer Boy" (1), "Silent Night" & "Auld Lang Syne" (1) from the "... And A Happy New Year" Promo Single (Reprise PRO 595; 1974) / 12" single (Reprise PRO-A-840; 1979)
    - This CD gives the impression of being an Official Japanese Release, but in reality it's just another fake ... The "Rainbow Bridge" album has never been officially released in CD Format.
    -
  • Jimi at The Beeb, London 1967 ([No label] Jimi 5-0 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B401
  • The Ultimate BBC Collection 1967 (Classical CL 006 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B401
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 [incl.Jam with Stevie Wonder] plus Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / Studio 1967-68)
    notes:
    - Both albums features the same material

    -
  • Once upon a time (Wall of Sound WS-CD 011 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B406
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show / Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester 15.03.68; 2nd Show)
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  • Stone Free (Silver Rarities SIRA 58/59 / 1993 / 2CD) ftbfs: B397
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Almost Complete*])
    [* "Wild Thing" (27) is incomplete]
    notes:
    - This Set is not mastered from a continous tape but compiled from a variety of sources.
    -
  • Electric Guitarland (The Easy Rider Years 930 158 / 1993 / 2CD) ftbfs: B411
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source])

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  • Hey Joe (Crocodile Beat CB 53 039 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B422
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] plus "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Outtake 1968)
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  • Anthology (Cedar / Phonocomp BOX 9 / 1993 / 3CD set in slipcase) ftbfs: B420
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Complete; Sbd Source*] plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.1969)
    [* In random order and spread across all 3 discs]
    notes:
    - Discs 1 & 2 are identical to the "Gold Collection" (ftbfs: B322) 2CD set
    -
  • Los Angeles 1969 (World Production of Compact Music WPOCM 067 / - / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B399
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source])
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  • Out of the Studio: Demo's from 1967 (3HCD 931022 / - / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B419
  • Demos 1968 (World Production of Compact Music WPOCM 071 / - / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B419
    ("Are You Experienced"-outtakes 1966-67)
    notes:
    - Also reissued as "Wind Cries Mary" (Oil Well 119CD).
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  • Flaming Guitar (Rock Calendar RC 2108 / 1993 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B410
    (Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival), Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 25.05.69 [Complete])
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "This Guitar on Fire" and "On the Road"
    -
  • Fire (The Entertainers CD 297 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B414
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - Bootleg reissue of "Live at Winterland"
    -
  • Spicy Essence - Apartment Jam 70 ([GZ DA1903 PX 654] / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B400
    (The Apartment Jams, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969 [The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"])
    notes:
    - Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.
    - On the original reel source for all circulating versions of these recordings, there are some cuts and a big one channel dropout in JA16. On this CD these cuts are edited and spliced.
    -
  • Drone Blues (Great Dane GDR CD SAT 2 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B405
    (Outtakes 1969-70 plus Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70).
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  • Studio Haze (INA 6 [93-19 171] / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B394
    (Outtakes 1967-70; Material from the so-called "Chas Chandler Tapes" & "Billy Cox Tapes")
    notes:
    - The Material featured on the so-called "Chas Chandler Tapes" was originally recorded by the Jimi Hendrix Experience in (mainly) february 1969, but partially re-recorded and overdubbed by Noel Redding, Mitch Mitchell and others 06.05.87 under the supervision of Chas Chandler.

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  • Studio Haze (NANDO-01 / 1993 / 1LP) ftbfs: B106
    (Outtakes 1967-70; Material from the so-called "Chas Chandler Tapes" & "Billy Cox Tapes")
    notes:
    - The Material featured on the so-called "Chas Chandler Tapes" was originally recorded by the Jimi Hendrix Experience in (mainly) february 1969, but partially re-recorded and overdubbed by Noel Redding, Mitch Mitchell and others 06.05.87 under the supervision of Chas Chandler.
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  • In Flame (Sixpack JHCD 071 [HJ 02 176] / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B360b
    (Outtakes 1967-70; Material from the so-called "Chas Chandler Tapes" & "Billy Cox Tapes")
    notes:
    - Same as "Studio Haze" (ftbfs: B394) but with one extra track added at the end.
    - This album has later been reissued as "Outtakes And Studio Sessions".
    - The Material featured on the so-called "Chas Chandler Tapes" was originally recorded by the Jimi Hendrix Experience in (mainly) february 1969, but partially re-recorded and overdubbed by Noel Redding, Mitch Mitchell and others 06.05.87 under the supervision of Chas Chandler.
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  • Electric Gypsy ([No label] 41 176/15 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B403
    (Outtakes 1968-69 plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Acetate 1967 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70)
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  • Studio Experience (Sodium Haze Music SH 099 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B408
    (Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Outtakes 1968-70)
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  • On a Public Saxophone (Hillside 54 RH 003 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B395
    (Rosa Lee Brooks Single 1964 / Little Richard Sessions 1965 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st Show / Outtakes 1968-70)
    notes:
    - Includes material lifted from the "Live at Winterland +3" 3 track CD and the UniVibes CD "Calling Long Distance ..."
    - This album has later been reissued as "Rarities" (The Genuine Pig TGP CD 091)
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  • The First Rays of The New Rising Sun (Triangle PYCD 084-2 / 1993 / 2CD) ftbfs: B398
    (Outtakes 1967-70 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968)
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "Manic Migraine Music"
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  • Talent & Feeling Vol.1 (Extremly Rare EXR 017 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B454
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
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  • Talent & Feeling Vol.2 (Extremly Rare EXR 022 / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B409
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
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  • Philharmonic Plus (BRCD 1901 / - / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B455
    (An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show [1st Source] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals [Old Source] plus Pop Expo '69, Hollywood Palladium 30.03.69 [Backstage interview by Jay Harvey] / "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 [Live & Interview by Flip Wilson] / Outtake 1970 ["Dolly Dagger" Mixing Session])
    notes:
    - Straight Vinyl transfer of the bootlegs "Good Vibes" (ftbfs: B035) [identical to "He Was A Friend Of Yours"] and "Live at the Philharmonic Hall" (ftbfs: B075), featuring additional material ["Dolly Dagger" Mixing Session].
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  • Multicoloured Blues (Luna LU 9317 / 1993 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B412
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
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  • Message from Nine to Universe ([No Label] [12 135] / 1993 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B417
    (Outtakes 1969-70)
    notes:
    - Bootleg Vinyl-to-CD-transfer of "Nine to the Universe" with additional material
    - This album has later been reissued as "Midnight Lightning" (Oil Well 122 CD)
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  • The Lost Winterland Tapes (Starquake 05-1-2 / - / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B413
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 2nd Show [Complete] plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show / Outtakes 1969 [with The Buddy Miles Express])
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  • Voodoo Chile (Oil Well RSC 014 CD / 1993 / 1CD) ftbfs: B354
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st Show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Reissue of "Last American Concert Vol.1" (ftbfs: B354 / B014)
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  • Every way to Paradise (Tintagel TIBX 0021-0024 / 1993 / 4x1CD Box) ftbfs: B471
    • Disc 1: Outtakes 1967-69 / John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 [Complete] plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *
      [* "America The Beautiful" is David Henderson's version of "God Save The Queen" and "Home Acoustic Jam" is by an unknown artist; No Hendrix involvement]
    • Disc 2: Outtakes 1968-70 ** plus Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70
      notes:
      - "Session Thing" (listed as "Beyond The Valleys Of Neptune") was initially believed to be part of the Jam with Traffic at Electric Lady Studios 15.06.70, but has later been determined to come from TTG Studios 29.10.68. It has now also been suggested that the flute may have been played by Lowell George, not Jim Horn, and the keyboards by Graham Bond, not Lee Michaels.
    • Disc 3: Outtakes 1968-70 plus Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement **
      [** "Denny Boy" is David Henderson's version of "God Save The Queen"]
    • Disc 4: Outtakes 1968-69 plus Curtis Knight material 1965-67 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 [Jam with Stevie Wonder]
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  • The Ultimate Live Collection (BGO BX 9307-4 / 1993 / 4x1CD Box) ftbfs: B434
    • Disc 1: "The Lost Winterland Tracks": Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show
    • Disc 2: "Welcome to The Band Of Gypsys Show": Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 2nd Show / Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 [Sbd Source] / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show
    • Disc 3: "Gypsy Suns, Moons and Rainbows - The Unforgetable Show": Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69
    • Disc 4: "Good Karma": Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st & 2nd Show
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  • 51st Anniversary (The Story of Life ...) (JMH JMH 001/8 / 1993 / 4x2CD+VHS+Book Box) ftbfs: B472
    (Various Studio, Outtakes, Acetates, Demos, Interviews & Live 1965-70)
    notes:
    - Includes the complete "Jimi Plays Berkeley" 3 track CD, most of the UniVibes CD "Calling Long Distance ..." plus material lifted from the "Jimi Hendrix at the Isle of Wight" and "Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock"-videos
    • Disc 1 - 2: "Volume 1": Curtis Knight material 1965-67 / Rosa Lee Brooks Single 1964 / Outtakes 1966-70 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Acetates 1967-68 / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 / Studio 1969 / Interview sippets
    • Disc 3 - 4: "Volume 2": Outtakes 1968-70 plus Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70 / Richie Havens Jam, New York City, NY summer 1970 *
      [* JS34i and JS35i listed as "Jazz Jam" and "Moonlight Jam"]
    • Disc 5 - 6: "Volume 3": Outtakes 1968-70 plus Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement **
      [** "San Francisco Bay Blues" and "Two Guitars Jam"]
      notes:
      - Although most experts agree that any Hendrix involvement on the tracks "San Francisco Bay Blues" and "Two Guitars Jam" is highly unlikely or not even a possibity, others are convinced these tracks feature Stephen Stills and John B.Sebastian on guitars and Jimi Hendrix on bass.
    • Disc 7 - 8: "Volume 4": Outtakes 1967-69 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show plus Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source] / Underground Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] / United Block Association Press Conference [Interview], Frank's Resturant, Harlem, New York City, NY 03.09.69 / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 2nd Show / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70 / KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70
    • Video: "Stockholm Concert": Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st Show [Complete] ftbfs: BV 04
    • Book: "51st Anniversary (The Story of Life ...)"; Biography; Italian text; 12x12"; 120 pages; with colour photos
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  • The Rolling Stones: Brian Jones - He Is Not Dead (Vinyl Gang Productions VGP 017 / 1993 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc]
    (Outtakes 1968 [2 Hendrix tracks only; "Little One" (1) / "Little One" (2)])
    notes:
    - The remaider of this disc consists of a recording of The The Rolling Stones live in Sydney 18.02.66; 1st Show and Brian Jones Studio Rehearsals of "Citadel" (Takes #1-8 & #17-25), 1967.
    - The Reason for the inclusion of the 2 Hendrix tracks on this Rolling Stones Bootleg is the alleged participation by Brian Jones on the tracks in question.

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  • Little Wing (Oil Well RSC 036 CD / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B451
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - Bootleg Compilation of all Winterland-tracks from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts" plus the complete "Live at Winterland + 3" 3 track CD.
    - The cover claims these are recordings from Seattle, WA 02.08.1968. In reality Hendrix played in San Antonio on 02.08.68, and these recordings are neither from San Antonio, Seattle nor 02.08.68. The only known Hendrix recordings from Seattle are those from Sicks Stadium 26.07.70.
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  • Symphony of Experiece (Third Stone Discs TSD 24 966 / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B421
    (Outtakes 1967-68 plus Acetates 1967-68 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 [incl.Jam with Stevie Wonder] / Fake track with No Hendrix involvement*)
    [* "Wait Until Tomorrow"]
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  • Axis: Bold as Love - The Sotheby's Reels (Gold Standard TOM 800 / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B426
    (Outtakes 1967-68 plus Acetate 1968)
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  • The Sotheby Auction Tapes (Midnight Beat MBCD 010 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B429
    (Outtakes 1967-68 plus Acetates 1967 / BBC Sessions, London 1967)
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  • Jimi Hendrix & B.B.King: The King's Jam (Klondyke KR 26 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B464
    (Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King])
    Tracklist: "Like A Rolling Stone" (6); 7:59 / JL4; 18:56 / JL5; 6:10 / "Introduction by B.B.King" (JL6); 1:01 / JL7; 4:44 / JL8; 13:25 / JL9; 3:34 / "It's My Own Fault"; 8:37
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "Blues Jam".
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  • Gone But Not Forgotten (Teddy Bear TB 21 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B372
    (Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Reissue of "Purple Songs" (ftbfs: B372).
    - The Ottawa recording is incomplete as it fails to include the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16); 0:28.
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  • It's Only a Paper Moon (Luna LU 9420 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B436
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show [Edited] plus Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, IA 11.08.68 / Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival), Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 25.05.69)
    notes:
    - The Fillmore recordings have overdubbed applause to cover up tape-edits, and the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) is missing from the recording.
    - The venue for the Davenport show was for many years erroneously identified as the Colonial Ballroom.
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  • Cat's Squirrel (Rough CS 001/2 [GD 89 765] / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B478
    (Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show [Complete] / Lorensbergs Circus, Gothenburg 08.01.69; 2nd Show [Complete])
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  • Don't Miss Him This Time (Triangle PYCD 096 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B481
    (International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 [Complete])
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  • This Guitar on Fire (Black Sun Music BSM 001 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B410
    (Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival), Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 25.05.69 [Complete])
    notes:
    - Reissue of "Flaming Guitar" (ftbfs: B410)
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  • Studio Recordings 1967-68 (Cuma CD 4311048 CD16 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B433
  • De Lane Lea Demos & Olympic Outs (Cuma - / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B433
    (Outtakes 1967-69)
    notes:
    - Both albums features the same material.
    - There are 15 tracks on these albums, but the cover of "De Lane Lea Demos & Olympic Outs" only lists 14; "Fire" (3) - track 5 on the disc - is omitted from the listing.
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  • The Millenium Edition: The Very Best of Jimi Hendrix (Phonocomp MILCD 03 / 1994 / 1CD)
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Identical to the 2nd disc of the "Gold Collection" (ftbfs: B322) 2CD set and the 2nd Disc of the "Anthology" (ftbfs: B420) 3CD set
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  • Screaming Eagle - The Major Charles Washington Collection Vol.1 (Pink Poodle Music PP 001 / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B437
    (Outtakes 1968 / "It Must Be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68 [Complete] plus Buddy & Stacy TV Performance, "Night Train", Dallas, TX feb.1965 / Jayne Mansfield Single 1965 / Outtake 1969)
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  • Dante's Inferno - The Major Charles Washington Collection Vol.2 (Pink Poodle Music POO 002 [PP 002] / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B358
    (Ray Sharp with the King Curtis Orchestra 7" Single A-side 1966* / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66 / Acetate 1967 / Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN 02.11.68 / Outtakes 1969 / "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 [Live & Interview by Flip Wilson] / Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969)
    [* Track 5; From the 7" Ray Sharpe with the King Curtis Orchestra: "Help me (get the feeling) - part I" b/w "Help me (get the feeling) - part II" (Atco 45-6402), also available on the CD "Blues & Soul Power - Funky R&B And Rockin' Soul Crossovers 1964-72" (Warner Bros. 0927-49064-2).]
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  • Shokan Sunrise ([No label] [SS 02] / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B428
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, NY 10.08.69)
    Tracklist: "Izabella" (15) / "Jam in E" (JA1) (i) [listed as "Instrumental"] / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (6i) > "If Six Was Nine" (3) / "Freeform Jam" (JA2) (i) [listed as "Shokan Sunrise"] / "Izabella" (18) / JA10 (i) [listed as "Flute Instrumental] / "The Dance" (1) [listed as "Jimi's March"] / "Sundance" (1i) [listed as "African Instrumental"] / "Message To Love" (21) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (5) / "The Dance" (2i) [listed as "Jimi's March"]

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  • Gypsy Haze (Lords of Archive LAR 6 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B482
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show)
    Tracklist: "Message To Love" (16) / "Ezy Rider" (6) / "Power Of Soul" (false start, 38) / "Earth Blues" (8) / "Changes" (1-2) / "Lover Man" (5-6) / "Power Of Soul" (41) / "Lover Man" (24) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (37) / "Them Changes" (3) / "Little Drummer Boy" (2)
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  • 1968 A.D. (Kopy Kat KK 001 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B391
    (Outtakes 1968 / Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 plus Acetate 1968)
    notes:
    - Identical to Whoopy Cat WKP 0001
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  • First Rays - The Sessions (Kopy Kat KK 002 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B392
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
    notes:
    - Identical to Whoopy Cat WKP 0002.
    - A Digital Clone of this CD is in circulation as the Collectors' Disc "Alternate Studio Takes: First Rays Of The New Rising Sun / Cry Of Love".
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  • Band of Gypsy's Rehearsals (Kopy Kat KK 003 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B404
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
    Tracklist: Ezy Rider" (6) / "Power Of Soul" (38) / "Changes" (2) / "Lover Man" (5) / "Message To Love" (16) / "Earth Blues" (8) / "Ezy Rider" (5) / "Message To Love" (15) / "Who Knows" (1-7) / "Message To Love" (9-10)
    notes:
    - Identical to Whoopy Cat WKP 0003.
    - This album has later been Reissued as "Power Of Soul" (Oil Well 121 CD).
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  • 'Scuse me ... while I kiss the Sky ([No label] JHCD 528 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B445
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Almost Complete* - 1st Source (Near source)])
    [* There's about a 1 min cut in the middle of "Ezy Rider" (16) on this source. On this particular release some non-musical portions have also been edited out to make the show fit on a single CD.]
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer of the bootleg "Live at the LA.Forum 1970" (ftbfs: B044).
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  • The Berkeley Concerts (Whoopy Cat WKP 0004/05 / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B467
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st & 2nd Show )
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  • The Fillmore Concerts (Whoopy Cat WKP 0006/07 / 1994 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B469
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st & 2nd Show )
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  • The Berkeley Concerts II: The Soundchecks (Whoopy Cat WKP 0008 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B468
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Soundcheck plus Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70)
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  • The Lost Experience (Bear in the Air JHCD 203 / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B425
    (Outtakes 1967-68)
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  • TTG Studios ???? (WhoAmI? WAI 015 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B424
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968)
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  • Eyes and Imagination (Third Stone Discs TSD 18 970 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B427
    (Outtakes 1969-70 plus Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
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  • Freak Out Blues (Ubik GH 001 / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B439
  • Ultra Rare Trax (The Genuine Pig TGPCD 090 / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B439
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 / Interview snippet)
    notes:
    - Both albums features the same material.
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  • Outtakes And Studio Sessions (The Genuine Pig TGPCD 088 / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B360a
    (Outtakes 1967-70; Material from the so-called "Chas Chandler Tapes" & "Billy Cox Tapes")
    notes:
    - Reissue of "In Flame".
    - The Material featured on the so-called "Chas Chandler Tapes" was originally recorded by the Jimi Hendrix Experience in february 1969, but partially re-recorded and overdubbed by Noel Redding, Mitch Mitchell and others 06.05.87 under the supervision of Chas Chandler.
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  • Unsurpassed Studio Takes (Yellow Dog YD 050 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B441
    (Outtakes 1966-70)
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  • The Official Bootleg Album (Yellow Dog YD 051 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B442
    (Outtakes 1967-68 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show / Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *)
    [* "God Save The Queen" by David Henderson]
    notes:
    - Includes material lifted from the "Day Tripper" CD Single and "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show" / "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story".
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  • The Live Withdrawn (Baby Capone BC 077 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B453
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st & 2nd Show plus Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st Show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Bootleg Compilation of officially released material: The complete "Jimi Plays Berkeley" & "Winterland +3" 3 track CDs plus material lifted from the "Rainbow Brigde"- & "Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock"-videos and the UniVibes CD "Calling Long Distance ..."
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  • Inheritance (Exx-Ellent EXX 52 530 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B432
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Studio 1968 / Outtakes 1968-70 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70)
    notes:
    - Bootleg Compilation of officially released material lifted from "Sunrise" (by Eire Apparent), "Rainbow Bridge", "Isle of Wight", "In the West", "War Heroes", "Sound Track Recordings from the film Jimi Hendrix", "Band of Gypsys 2", "Radio One" & "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show" / "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story"
    - Originally released as "Rarities on Compact Disc Vol.3", this album has later been Reissued as both "Jewel Case" and "Rarities Vol.2".
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  • Paris 66 / 67 (Whoopy Cat WKP 0012 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B444
    ("Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source] / Konserthuset, Stockholm 08.01.68; 1st Show plus Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show / Lorensbergs Circus, Gothenburg 08.01.69; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Stockholm & Gothenburg material lifted from the UniVibes CD "EXP Over Sweden".
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  • 1968 A.D. Part Two (Whoopy Cat WKP 0013 / 1994 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B443
    (Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Electric Demos 1968 / Outtakes 1968)
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "Cherokee Mist" (Oil Well 120 CD)
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  • Notes in Colours (JHR 001/002 [JHR 031] / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B465
    (Outtakes 1967-70 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Acetates 1967 / Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968)
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  • Sotheby's Private Reels (JHR 003/004 [JHR 030] / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B435
    (Outtakes 1967-68 plus BBC Sessions, London 1967)
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  • Electric Ladyland Outtakes (Invasion Unlimited IU 9417-1 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B456
    (Outtakes 1967-68 plus Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Outtakes 1969-70)
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "The Alternate Electric Ladyland".
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  • Get the Experience! (Invasion Unlimited IU 9424-1 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B457
    (Outtakes 1967 plus Acetates 1967-68 / Outtake 1969 / Fake track with No Hendrix involvement*)
    [* "Wait Until Tomorrow"]
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "Axis: Bold as Love - The Alternate versions".
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  • The Completer (Whoopy Cat WKP 0018/19 / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B473
    (Outtakes 1967-70 / Acetates 1967 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 [Jam with Stevie Wonder])
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  • Live at The Forum 1970 (Whoopy Cat WKP 0021/22 / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B479
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Complete; 2nd Source (Far Source)] plus Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 [Complete] / Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 13.06.70 / Veijlby Risskov Hallen, Aarhus 02.09.70 [Complete])
    notes:
    - The Aarhus 02.09.70 show was aborted after 3 songs had been played; "Freedom" (25), "Message To Love" (44) & "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (12).
    - The Madison Square Garden 28.01.70 show was aborted after 2 songs had been played; "Who Knows" (10) & "Earth Blues" (16).
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  • Free Concert (Midnight Beat MBCD 013 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B430
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70 [1st Source])
    notes:
    - Edited recording missing "Red House" (77); Unedited version is available.
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  • Love & Peace (Midnight Beat MBCD 015 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B446
    (Love And Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn 06.09.70 [Complete; 2nd Source; "Windy Tape"])
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  • Welcome to the Electric Circus (Midnight Beat MBCD 016 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B447
    (Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show [Complete; "Near Tape"])
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  • Historic Concert (Midnight Beat MBCD 017 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B449
    (New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68 [Almost Complete*])
    [* 2 edited cuts during "Red House" (24), and a little missing at the very start and end of the concert]
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  • Welcome to the Electric Circus Vol.2 (Midnight Beat MBCD 018 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B448
    (KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [1st Source aka. "Old Source" (Incomplete)] plus Veijlby Risskov Hallen, Aarhus 02.09.70 [Complete])
    notes:
    - The Aarhus 02.09.70 show was aborted after 3 songs had been played; "Freedom" (25), "Message To Love" (44) & "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (12).
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  • 'Scuse Me while I Kiss the Sky (Sonic Zoom SZ 1001 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B484
    (State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX 16.02.68 [Complete] plus Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 17.02.68)
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  • Winterland Vol.1 (Whoopy Cat WKP 0025/26 / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B458
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued along with Vol.2 & 3 as "Jimi Hendrix In San Francisco"
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  • Winterland Vol.2 (Whoopy Cat WKP 0027/28 / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B459
    (Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL 25.02.68 / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show & [Complete] 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - This version of the set does not include "Like a Rolling Stone" (4) from the Chicago-show on Disc 1
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  • Winterland Vol.2 (Whoopy Cat WKP 0027/28 / 1994 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B459
    (Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL 25.02.68 / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show & [Complete] 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - This version of the set includes "Like a Rolling Stone" (4) from the Chicago-show on Disc 1
    - This album has later been reissued along with Vol.1 & 3 as "Jimi Hendrix In San Francisco"
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  • Winterland Vol.3 (Whoopy Cat WKP 0029/30 / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B460
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued along with Vol.1 & 2 as "Jimi Hendrix In San Francisco"
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  • In from the Storm (Silver Rarities SIRA 109/110 / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B470
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete*; Sbd Source] plus Outtakes 1969-70)
    [* The intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) from the 1st Show is missing on the Sbd Source]
    notes:
    - The Maui-tracks are mastered too fast
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  • The Complete BBC Session And... (Last Bootleg Record LBR 036/2 / 1994 / 2CD) ftbfs: B474
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 [incl.Jam with Stevie Wonder] plus BBC Broadcasting House, London 13.02.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC Radio "Saturday Club") / Studio & Outtakes 1967-68 / Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Demo 1969)
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  • Freak Out Jam (Ubik GH 001 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B483
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / The Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Session (aka. The Dirty Tape), Jimi's hotel room, The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 18.03.68 / Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN 02.11.68 (Interview by Tony Glover for the "Hoollabaloo" Magazine) [incomplete] / "Things I Used To Do " Jams [Jam with Johnny Winter], New York City, NY 07.05.69 / Home Recordings 1969)
    notes:
    - BBC material lifted from the "Day Tripper" CD Single, 1988
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  • The McLaughlin Sessions (HML CD 9409 / 1994 /1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B463
    (Outtakes 1969 plus John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 ["Young / Hendrix" (1i) / "World Traveller" (i) / "It's Too Bad" (i) / "Message From Nine To The Universe" (i) / "Driving South" (5) > "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (2) / "Drone Blues" (1) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (22i) / "Jimi / Jimmy Jam" (1i) / "Young / Hendrix" (1i)])
    notes:
    - All tracks on this CD are given fictitious names, and although the CD title indicates otherwise, there's only 1 track featuring McLaughlin on it. The remaining tracks are from various other 1969 jam sessions
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  • Moons and Rainbows (Insect IST 48 / 1994 / 1CD) ftbfs: B306
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [incl."Crash Landing"-outtakes])
    notes:
    - Reissue of "Gypsy Suns, Moons and Rainbows" (ftbfs: B306)
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  • Rarities on Compact Disc (On The Radio - / 1994 /1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B485
    (Studio 1964-69 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Outtakes 1968-70 / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69 / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70)
    notes:
    - Includes material lifted from the Withdrawn Single "Stepping Stone b/w Izabella" (Reprise 0905; 1970), the "Day Tripper" CD Single, the "... And A Happy New Year" Promo Single (Reprise PRO 595; 1974) / 12" single (Reprise PRO-A-840; 1979), the Singles "Purple Haze b/w 51st Anniversary" and "Burning of The Midnight Lamp b/w The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice", the album "The Essential Jimi Hendrix Vol.1 & 2", the Rosa Lee Brooks Single "My Diary b/w Utee" (1964), the album "Loose Ends", the French CD Single "All Along The Watchtower b/w Come On (Part 1) / Star Spangled Banner", and the albums "Isle of Wight" and "In the West"
    - This album has later been Reissued as "Day Tripper" (Dynamite Studios DS94M067)
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  • I don't live today - Box Edition (ACL 007 Box Edition / 1994 / 3CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 436 of 500) ftbfs: B486
    notes:
    - Box set includes 10 b&w 12x12" photos lifted from Gered Mankowitz' book "The Jimi Hendrix Experience In 1967".
    • CD 1 - 2: "I don't live today": Outtakes 1967-70 plus Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 - 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition (nr. 436 of 1.000)
    • CD 3 (Box Set Bonus disc): "Live at Maple Leaf Gardens 69": Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto 03.05.69 [Complete] - 1CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition (nr. 436 of 500)
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  • I don't live today - Box Edition (ACL 007 Box Edition / 1994 / 5LP Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 146 of 500) ftbfs: B121
    notes:
    - Box set includes 10 b&w 12x12" photos lifted from Gered Mankowitz' book "The Jimi Hendrix Experience In 1967".

Releases 1995 - 1997

  • Hovering in Winterland (Tuff Bites TB 95.1015 / 1995 / 1CD Digipack) ftbfs: B491
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show plus Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68)
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  • Redskin Jammin' ([No label] JH 01/2 / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B495
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source] / Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st & 2nd Show / Studio 1970)
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  • Rainbow Bridge 2 (JMH 003/2 / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B521
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st Show [Complete*] & 2nd Show [Sbd Source] plus Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Studio 1969 / Outtakes 1969-70 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show / Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70)
    [* The intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) from the 1st Show is missing on the Sbd Source]
    notes:
    - Includes material lifted from the
    "Rainbow Bridge" album.
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  • Berkeley Concert (Audifon AF 008 / 1995 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B393
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show)
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  • Jimi Plays Berkeley (JMH 005/2 / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B523
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Soundcheck, 1st Show & [Complete] 2nd Show plus Outtakes 1969)
    notes:
    - Includes the complete "Jimi Plays Berkeley" 3 track CD plus material lifted from "Rainbow Bridge" and "In the West".
    -
  • Wight (JMH 006/2 / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B524
    (Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70 [Complete] plus Outtakes 1969-70)
    notes:
    - The material on this set is compiled from a variety of sources, and includes - among other things - the complete 1971
    "Isle of Wight"-album.
    -
  • Two Days at Newport (JMH 007/2 / 1995 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B525
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 [Sbd Source] plus Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 [Sbd Source] / Outtakes 1969)
    notes:
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source.
    -
  • Woodstock Monday, Aug.18, 1969 - 8:AM (JMH 008/2 / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B522
    (Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 [incl. Interview] plus "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 07.07.69 [with The Jack Rosenbaum Orchestra] / Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 / "Dick Cavett Show", New York City, NY 09.09.1969)
    notes:
    - The Woodstock Rehearsals-tracks are mastered too fast.
    - Includes material lifted from the
    "Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock"-video.
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  • Atlanta ( JMH 009/2 / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B526
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 [Complete; Edited version] plus Outtakes 1968-70 / John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 [Complete] / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69)
    notes:
    - Includes the Complete "Atlanta '70"-CD of the
    "Stages"-set
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  • Band of Gypsys - The Ultimate (JMH 010/3 / 1995 / 3CD) ftbfs: B527
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show; 01.01.70; 1st & 2nd Show plus Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 / Outtakes 1969-70)
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  • Living Reels Vol.1 (JMH 011 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B528
    (Outtakes 1967 plus Outtake 1966)
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  • Living Reels Vol.2 (JMH 012/2 / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B529
    (Outtakes 1968 plus Cafe Au-Go Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 / Underground Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show / Outtakes 1969 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69)
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  • Deja Vú - Jimi Hendrix (Modern Times DVBC 903-2 (INCD 7091) / 1995 / 1CD)
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Reissue of
    "The Millenium Edition: The Very Best of Jimi Hendrix", and Identical to the 2nd disc of the "Gold Collection" (ftbfs: B322) 2CD set and also the 2nd disc of the "Anthology" (ftbfs: B420) 3CD set.
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  • Baltimore Civic Center, June 13, 1970 (Starquake SQ-09 / 1995 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B519
    (Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 13.06.70 [Complete])
    notes:
    - Fake Stereo (Some separation is created by using different EQ for each channel: Treble to the right, bass to the left)
    -
  • Power of Soul (Starquake SQ-10 / 1995 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B520
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show [Complete])
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  • The Roman Coliseum (Starquake SQ-11 / 1995 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B530
    (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 18.05.69 [Almost Complete*; 2nd Source (Kulick)])
    [* "Red House" is edited]
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  • The Biggest Square in the Building ([No label] [95140 106] / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B501
    (State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX 16.02.68 [Complete])
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  • Remember the Alamo ([No label] [2303 - 95140 108] / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B502
    (Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 17.02.68 [Almost Complete])
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  • Crosstown Traffic ([No label] [M25 3664 - 95140 207] / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B503
    (Moody Coliseum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 03.08.68 [Complete])
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  • One Night at the Arena (Venue VE 100 501 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B584
    (Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI 17.05.69 [Complete])
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  • Hendrix, Busted in Toronto! (Vemue 100 502 / 1995 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B517
    (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto 03.05.69 [Complete])
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  • Come on Stockholm ([No label] JH 001/002 / 1995 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B500
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70 [Complete; 2nd Source ("Loud Guitar Source")])
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  • The Warm Hello of the Sun ([No label] / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B494
    (Stora Scenen, Liseberg, Gothenburg 01.09.70 [Almost Complete])
    notes:
    - Later reissued as
    "Jimi's Last Visit To Sweden Vol.2".
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  • The Wink of An Eye (Whoopy Cat WKP 0033/34 / 1995 / 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 282 of 1.000) ftbfs: B504
    (Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 [Almost Complete] / Love And Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn 06.09.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source; "Stage Tape"] plus Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 18.05.69)
    [* The beginning of "Purple Haze" (107) is missing.]
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  • The Voodoo Sessions ([No label] VC 2658 / 1995 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B518
    (Outtakes, Record Plant, New York City, NY 02.05.68 & 03.05.68; "Voodoo Chile"- and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (1-3, 5-16, 18-21) Sessions)
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  • Diamonds in the Dust (Midnight Beat MBCD 022-023 / 1995 / 2CD) ftbfs: B489
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 / Richie Havens Jam, New York City, NY summer 1970 *)
    [* JS34 / JS35 listed as "Villanova Junction / Ships Passing In The Night"]
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  • Electric Anniversary (Midnight Beat MBCD 024 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B492
    (Outtakes 1969-70 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
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  • Paper Airplanes (Midnight Beat MBCD 025 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B490
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [
    "Crash Landing"-outtakes])
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  • Let's Drop some Ludes & Vomit with Jimi (Midnight Beat MBCD 026 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B493
    (Outtakes 1969-70 plus John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69)
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  • The Lost Concerts Vol.1: Cleveland 1968 ([No label] / 1995 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B510
    (Public Music Hall, Cleveland, OH 26.03.68; 2nd Show plus Generation Club, New York City, NY 07.04.68 [Jam with Buddy Guy] [from the Soundtrack of the unreleased D.A.Pennenbaker film "Wake At Generation"])
    notes:
    - Roy Buchanan was formerly believed to have participated in the 07.04.68 jam, but this is wrong. The featured guitarist is most likely Dave Woods, with Ed "Bugs" Gregory on bass, and possibly Glenway McTeer on drums.
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  • Band of Gypsys - Earth Tones [BOG Rehearsal] (Whoopy Cat WKP 0041 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B508
    (Outtakes 1969 ["Mannish Boy" (35-44, 1-11) Session / "Power Of Soul" (6-21, 23, 26i) Session] plus Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 07.11.69 [JS23 (1i)] / Outtakes 1970 ["Izabella" (12-13)])
    notes:
    - Although subtiteled "BOG Rehearsals", this CD does in fact not include any recordings that originate from what's generally referred to as the Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, i.e. the rehearsals at
    Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69, prior to the Fillmnore East Concerts in New York City, NY 31.12.69 and 01.01.70.
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  • Blues at Midnight (Midnight Beat MBCD 037 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B499
    (Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 plus Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King])
    Tracklist: Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68: "Little Wing" (7) / "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (4) / "Three Little Bears" (7) [listed as "Three Little Bears Part 1"] / JL1 [listed as "Three Little Bears Part 2"] / JL2 [listed as "Instrumental Jam"] / "Stormy Monday" / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68: JL4 [listed as "Blues in C"]
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued by the semi-official Radio Active label with a slightly rearranged track order.
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  • Have Mersy on me Baby ! [sic.] (Midnight Beat MBCD 038 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B496
    (Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 / An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show [1st Source])
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  • The Woodstock Rehearsals 1969 (Midnight Beat MBCD 039 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B506
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969)
    Tracklist: "Lover Man" (22) / "Machine Gun / Hear My Train A-Comin'" (33) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (39) / "Izabella" (17) / "Message To Love" (21) / "The Dance" (1i) [listed as "Instrumental Jam 1"] / "Sundance" (1i) [listed as "Instrumental Jam 2" / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (5) / "Jam in E" (JA1) (i) [listed as "Instrumental Jam 3"] / ""Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (6) > "If Six Was Nine" (3i) / JA10 (i) [listed as "Sun Dance"] / "Freeform Jam" (JA2) [listed as "Free Form Blues"]
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  • Burning at Frankfurt (Midnight Beat MBCD 040 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B498
    (Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17.01.69; 2nd Show [1st Source])
    notes:
    - This recording is incomplete as it fails to include the incomplete "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (44).

    -
  • Live at Flamingo Club, London 2.4.1967 ([No label] ZA 25 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B497
    (Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67)
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  • Midnight Sun (feat.Love) (Third Eye NK 007 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B539
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Studio 1968) [Five last tracks: "Things I Used To Do" (4) / "Country Blues" (3) / "All Along The Watchtower" (3, 2) / "Jam Thing" (i)]
    notes:
    - Only the 5 last tracks on this CD are by Jimi Hendrix. The Remaining tracks features no Hendrix involvement, and are from Love's unreleased 1973 album "Black Beauty".
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  • Jimi - A Musical Legacy (Kiss The Stone KTS BX 010 / 1995 / 4CD DigiBox with book) ftbfs: B515
    (Various material 1964-70; See tracklist for details)
    Disc 1 ("Free Spirit"): Outtakes 1966-67 plus Rosa Lee Brooks Single 1964 / Little Richard Sessions [Fake / No Hendrix involvement] / Isley Brothers Single / Curtis Knight material 1965-67 / Lonnie Youngblood material, Abtone Studios, New York City, NY 1966 [incl.
    Fake material with No Hendrix involvement ]
    Disc 2 ("Up from the Skies"): Outtakes 1967-68 plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 [incl.Jam with Stevie Wonder] / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Acetates 1967
    Disc 3 ("Electric Gypsy"): Outtakes 1968-69 plus Scene Club, New York City, NY 07.03.68 [Jam with Jim Morrison a.o.] / Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King]; / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70 plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *
    [* "God Save The Queen" is by Davis Henderson]
    Disc 4 ("Voodoo Child"): Outtakes 1969-70 plus "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69 [Complete] / John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Love And Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn 06.09.70 / Interview snippet
    notes:
    - Disc 1 includes material lifted from the
    "Day Tripper" CD Single.
    - Disc 4 includes material lifted from the
    "Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock" video.
    - Uncertainty has for a long time surrounded both the exact date for the Scene Club recordings and the personnel featured on them. Most sources lean towards 07.03.68 as the most likely date, and personnel is believed to be Jimi Hendrix (guitar / vocals), Jim Morrison (vocals) and Lester Chambers (harp) plus two unknown guitarists, unknown bass and unknown drums. Some of these may or may not have been members of The McCoys or The Young Rascals, but neither Johnny Winter nor Rick Derringer were among them.
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  • Up Against The Berlin Wall ! (Midnight Beat MBCD 046 / 1995 / 1CD) ftbfs: B466
    (Sportpalast, Berlin 23.01.69 [Complete] plus United Block Association Press Conference [Interview], Frank's Resturant, Harlem, New York City, NY 03.09.69)
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  • First Night at The Royal Albert Hall (Midnight Beat MBCD 047-048 / 1996 / 2CD) ftbfs: B541
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 18.02.69 [Complete; Aud Source] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals [Old Source])
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  • Back to Berlin! (Midnight Beat MBCD 049 / 1996 / 1CD) ftbfs: B542
    (Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin 04.09.70 [1st Source])
    notes:
    - This Set omittes "Power Of Soul" (46) > "Lover Man" (41i) available on other bootlegs such as
    "Live in Berlin 1970" (ftbfs: B573)
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  • Historic Concerts Vol.2: High Times at San Jose Pop (Midnight Beat MBCD 050 / 1996 / 1CD) ftbfs: B410 b
    (Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival), Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 25.05.69 [Complete])
    notes:
    - Includes the intro and tune-up omitted from
    "Flaming Guitar" and "This Guitar on Fire"
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  • A Band of Gypsys: Gypsy Blues (Octavia OCT 9505 / 1996 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B507
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69)
    Tracklist: JS21 (1) > JS22 (i) (listed as "Buddy's Blues"); 31:39 / "Message To Love" (8-10); 10:27 / "Message To Love" (11); 8:32 / "Ezy Rider" (3-5); 15:49 / JS22 (i) (listed as "Billy's Blues"); 3:01
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  • The Complete Surviving BBC Sessions 1967 ([No label] / 1996 / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B556
    (BBC Sessions, London 1967 [incl.Jam with Stevie Wonder])
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  • The Lost Concerts Vol.7: Blackpool 1967 ([No label] / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B533
    (Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show / Hunter College, New York City, NY 02.03.68; 2nd Show)

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  • The Lost Concerts Vol.8: Houston 1968 ([No label] / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B543
    (Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 04.08.68 / Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN 02.11.68 [incl.Post-show interview by Tony Glover for the "Hoollabaloo" Magazine])
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  • The Lost Concerts Vol.10: Columbia 1968 ([No label] / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B533 II
    (Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD 16.08.68)
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  • The Lost Concerts Vol.15: Dallas 1969 ([No label] / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Memorial Coliseum, Dallas, TX 20.04.69)
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  • Voodoo in Ladyland (Mum MUCD 006 / 1996 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B549
    (Outtakes 1966-70 plus Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King])
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  • Ball and Chain (Honeybed JIMI 009 [HBR 024] / 1996 / 1CD) ftbfs: B537
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
    notes:
    - This album has later been Reissued as "Merry Christmas Mr.Hendrix".
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  • Black Gold (Midnight Beat MBCD 058-062 / 1996 / 5CD Box) ftbfs: B540
    • Disc 1 - 2: "Volume 1": Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Outtakes 1968-70 plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 [Jam with Stevie Wonder]
    • Disc 3 - 4: "Volume 2": Outtakes 1968-70 plus Home recording spring 1968 / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70
    • Disc 5: "Volume 3": Outtakes 1968-70 plus Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Electric Demos 1968
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  • Gypsy Charm (Mum MUCD 018 / 1996 / 1CD) ftbfs: B551
    (Outtakes 1967-70 plus BBC Sessions, London 1967)
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  • Hear my Freedom (Kobra KRCR 10 / 1996 / 1CD) ftbfs: B555
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
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  • Live in Copenhagen 1968/70 (The Swingin' Pig TSP CD 220-2 / 2CD) ftbfs: B557
    (KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [1st Source aka. "Old Source (Incomplete)] plus Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show / Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    -
    The Cover of this set says Disc 1 is recorded in Copenhagen 07.01.68, but this is wrong. "Catfish Blues" (8) was recorded at Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show, "Tax Free" (12) was recorded at Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show, and "Fire" (46), "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (40), "Foxy Lady" (52) and "Spanish Castle Magic" (56) were recorded at Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 2nd Show. Disc 2 is correctly recorded at KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70, but only features about 1/3 of the show.
    - Disc 1 plus Track 1, Disc 2 of this set is the complete UniVibes CD "Jimi in Denmark" minus the Copenhagen 10.01.69 interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Niels Olaf Gudme for Danish Radio "Afterbeat".
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  • Copenhagen '70 (Whoopy Cat WKP 0044/45 / 1996 / 2CD) ftbfs: B558
    (KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [Complete; Composite based mainly on the 1st Source aka. "Old Source"*] plus Outtakes 1969-70)
    [* The sound quality is rather poor at the beginning of the Copenhagen recording but improves considerably, which suggests a mixture of source tapes. "Fire" (78) is taken from a different source altogether.]

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  • Lost in Sweden (Whoopy Cat WKP 0046/47 / 1996 / 2CD) ftbfs: B565
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 [Complete; 1st Source] / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67; 1st Show [Complete] / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67; 1st Show [Complete] / Konserthuset, Stockholm 08.01.68; 1st Show)
    notes:
    - A Digital Clone of this set is in circulation as the Collectors' Disc "Stockholm Live 1967/68"
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  • From the Outskirts of Infinity (Major Tom MT 002 / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B567
    ("Things I Used To Do" Jams [Jam with Johnny Winter], New York City, NY 07.05.69 [Complete] plus Outtakes 1968 / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70)
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  • Loose Ends and Lost Treasures (Major Tom MT 009 / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B566
    (Outtakes & Studio 1967-70 plus Acetate 1968 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
    notes:
    - Bootleg reissue of
    "Loose Ends", featuring additional material lifted from the albums McGough & McGear: "McGough & McGear", Eire Apparent: "Sunrise", Love: "False Start", Stephen Stills: "Stephen Stills" & the UniVibes CD "Calling Long Distance ..." (track with Robert Wyatt]
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  • Hendrix In Words and Music (Outlaw OTR 1100 030 / 1996 / 2CD) ftbfs: B561
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st Show / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 plus Lonnie Youngblood material, Abtone Studios, New York City, NY 1966 [incl. Fake tracks with No Hendrix involvement]
    / Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tom Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton) (excerpts) / Scene Club, New York City, NY 07.03.68 [Jam with Jim Morrison a.o.] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 2nd Show / Beverly Rodeo Hyatt House, Beverly Hills, CA 15.06.69 (Interview by Nancy Carter) [excerpts])
    notes:
    - Winterland-tracks lifted from
    "Live at Winterland" and "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts".
    - Uncertainty has for a long time surrounded both the exact date for the Scene Club recordings and the personnel featured on them. Most sources lean towards 07.03.68 as the most likely date, and personnel is believed to be Jimi Hendrix (guitar / vocals), Jim Morrison (vocals) and Lester Chambers (harp) plus two unknown guitarists, unknown bass and unknown drums. Some of these may or may not have been members of The McCoys or The Young Rascals, but neither Johnny Winter nor Rick Derringer were among them.
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  • Best of the Bootlegs (Reprise [fake] MS 666 (T11) / 1996 / 1CD) ftbfs: B562
    (Outtakes 1967-70 plus Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968)
    notes:
    - This album was allegedly scheduled for release by Reprise / Warner Bros., but was shelved by Alan Douglas
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  • Kiss the Skies (Mum MUCD 024 / 1996 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B563
    (Outtakes 1967-70 plus Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st Show)
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  • 500.000 Halos ([No label] exp 500000 [HTX 01] / 1996 / 1CD) ftbfs: B564
    (Outtakes 1969-70 [incl. tracks prepared and / or considered for the
    ":Blues" CD] plus Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show)
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  • Stimmen der Welt 1 (Major Tom MT 024 / 1996 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B569
    (Stimmen der Welt, Großer Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna 22.01.69; 1st Show [Complete] plus Outtake 1969)

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  • Stimmen der Welt 2 (Major Tom MT 025 / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B570
    (International Ballroom, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC 10.03.68 / Stimmen der Welt, Großer Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna 22.01.69; 2nd Show)
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  • Live in Munster 1969 (Major Tom MT 031 / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B571
    (Halle Munsterland, Munster 14.01.69 [1st Source] plus Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA 08.09.68)
    notes:
    - "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" is introduced after "Little Wing" (9), but is not included on the Spokane tape.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 84, p.13-17 for a comprehensive review of the available Munster recordings.
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  • Live in Nuremberg 1969 (Major Tom MT 032 / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B572
    (Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg 16.01.69; 1st Show [Complete])
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  • Live in Stuttgart 1969 (Major Tom MT 033 / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B609
    (Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 [1st Source] / Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 [Complete])
    notes:
    - The Cologne 1st Source was formerly mis-identified as Beethovensaal, Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69; 1st Show, hence the CD title "Live in Stuttgart 1969".
    - The Madison Square Garden 28.01.70 show was aborted after 2 songs had been played; "Who Knows" (10) & "Earth Blues" (16).
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  • Live in Berlin 1970 (Major Tom MT 034 / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B573
    (Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin 04.09.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source] plus Backstage Interview by Chris Bromberg & uidentified 2nd person for BFBS (British Forces Broadcasting Service)])
    [* Last part of "Lover Man" (41) is missing on the 1st Source]
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  • TV Sessions (Major Tom MT 035 / 1996 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B574
    (Compilation of TV & film apperances 1965-69; See tracklist for details)
    Tracklist: Buddy & Stacy TV Performance, "Night Train", Dallas, TX feb.1965: "Shotgun" (1) / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66: "Hey Joe" (7i) / "Late Night Line Up", London 17.04.67: "Manic Depression" (3) / Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show (from the film "All My Loving - A Film Of Pop Music"): "Foxy Lady" (24) / "Music Hall de France", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67: "Hey Joe" (13) / "Wild Thing" (3) / "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 07.07.69 [Complete show incl. Interview]: Interview / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (32) [with The Jack Rosenbaum Orchestra] / Dick Cavett Show, New York City, NY 09.09.69 [Complete show incl. Interview]: Introduction / "Izabella (23 / "Machine Gun" (9) / Interview / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 30.03.67 [Studio tracks with live vocals]: "Purple Haze" (108) / "Purple Haze" (10) / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 04.05.67 [Studio track with live vocals]: "Purple Haze" (109) / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 24.08.67: "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (9) / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 10.05.67: "The Wind Cries Mary" (4))
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  • Tube Screamin' (Flash Light FLASH 105 / 1996 / 1CD) ftbfs:
    (Outtakes 1966-68 plus Outtakes 1970 / Lonnie Youngblood material [
    Fake tracks with No Hendrix involvement])
    notes:
    - Unauthorized compilation featuring mostly Polydor / Reprise-material.
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  • Acoustic Jams (Sphinx SX CD 001/002 / 1997 / 2CD) ftbfs: B329
    (Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Electric Demos 1968 / Outtakes 1967-70 plus The Apartment Jams, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969 [The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"])
    notes:
    - Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.
    - Reissue of the 1988 2CD-set that consisted of 2 discs glued (!!!) together
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  • One Night Stand (Hep Cat 1001 / 1997 / 1CD) ftbfs: B584
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show [Edited] plus Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, IA 11.08.68)
    notes:
    - The Fillmore-recordings have overdubbed applause to cover up tape-edits, and the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) is missing from the recording.
    - The venue for the Davenport show was for many years erroneously identified as the Colonial Ballroom.
    - Same as
    "It's only a Paper Moon" (ftbfs: B436) but minus one track.
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  • Live in Hamburg 1969 (Major Tom MT 044 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B611
    (Musikhalle, Hamburg 11.01.69; 1st Show [Almost Complete])

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  • Jimi Hendrix & Jack Bruce (Major Tom MT 045 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B575
    (The Jack Bruce Jam, Hollywood, CA 16/17.10.68 plus Outtake 1969)
    notes:
    - This album has later been Reissued as "Sunshine Jamming"
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  • Band of Gold (Major Tom MT 087 / 1997 / 5CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B585
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st & 2nd Show / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - At the time of release this set included all known recordings from the four Fillmore-shows with the exception of "We Gotta Live Together" (3), which was substituted with the Edited (incomplete) (2) version of from the original "Band of Gypsys"-album. "Burning Desire" (5) was "discovered" after the release of this set, and is available on the official "Live at the Fillmore East"-album.
    Another 9 min's of "new" material saw the light of day with discovery of the 2nd Aud Source from 31.12.69; 2nd Show (aka. The Hellman Source): 1-2 minutes of crowd noise and instrument checks between the LP playback of "Auld Lang Syne" and Jimi's live version (2), 2-3 minutes for the end of "Foxy Lady" (74) and a quick tease of "Purple Haze" followed by 2-3 minutes of the crowd calling for "MORE!", and finally 2-3 minutes of tuneup and the intro to "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (63). This material is available on ATM 218-219 "Band of Gypsys: Goodbye to '69".
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  • Cal Expo (Major Tom MT 106 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B577
    (Cal Expo, State Fairground, Sacramento, CA 26.04.70 [Complete])
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  • Strong Brew (Major Tom MT 107 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B578
    (Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI 01.05.70 [Complete])
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  • Wisconsin Memorial (Major Tom MT 108 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B579
    (Dane County Memorial Coliseum, Madison, WI 02.05.70 [1st Source])
    notes:
    - Features the 1st part of the complete Madison, WI 02.05.70 show; 2nd part released on
    "Worship" (ftbfs: B582).
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  • University of Oklahoma (Major Tom MT 109 / 1997 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B580
    (The Fieldhouse, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 08.05.70; 2nd Show [Almost Complete])
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  • San Antonio (Major Tom MT 110 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B581
    (San Antonio Hemisfair Arena, San Antonio, TX 10.05.70)
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  • Worship (Major Tom MT 111 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B582
    (Temple University Stadium, Philadelphia, PA 16.05.70 plus Dane County Memorial Coliseum, Madison, WI 02.05.70 [1st Source])
    notes:
    - Features the 2nd part of the complete Madison, WI 02.05.70 show; 1st part released on
    "Wisconsin Memorial" (ftbfs: B572).
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  • Panic in Detroit (Major Tom MT 112 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B583
    (Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 30.11.68 [Compiled from the 2 available source tapes])
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  • Long Distance Information (Major Tom MT 131 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B600
    (North Hall, Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN 18.04.69; 2nd Show)
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  • At the Colliseum [sic.] (Major Tom MT 132 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B601
    (Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN 11.05.69)
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  • Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window (Major Tom MT 134 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B603
    (Studio 1967 / Outtakes 1967 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Acetates 1967-68 / Outtake 1968 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 [Jam with Eric Burdon & War; Old version] plus interview excerpts from US Army Radio "In-Sound" june 1967 [Interview with Jimi and Noel by Harry Harrison] and BBC's "Insight" Radio show, 1976 [Alexis Korner, Paul McCartney & Alan Douglas])
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer of the bootleg
    "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window" (ftbfs: B006) [incl. the complete "... And A Happy New Year" Promo Single (Reprise PRO 595; 1974) / 12" single (Reprise PRO-A-840; 1979)] with additional material lifted from US Army Radio "In-Sound" june 1967 [Interview with Jimi and Noel by Harry Harrison], Acetates and Tapes.
    - Some sources list the date for the "In-Sound" interview as on or around 26.06.67.
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  • Guest Experience (Westwood One "Rareties on Compact Disc Vol 77" [fake] / 1997 / 1CD) ftbfs: B589
    (Studio 1968-70 plus Acetate 1968)
    notes:
    - Bootleg Compilation of material featuring Hendrix as guest on other artists' recordings
    - Material lifted from the albums McGough & McGear:
    "McGough & McGear", Eire Apparent: "Sunrise", Timothy Leary: "You Can Be Anyone This Time Around", Love: "False Start", Stephen Stills: "Stephen Stills", the Lightnin' Rod-single: "Doriella du Fontaine" & the UniVibes CD "Calling Long Distance ..." (track by Robert Wyatt)]
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  • The Best of Jimi Hendrix (Dureco 11 63392 / 1997 / 1CD)
    (Studio 1966-70 plus Lonnie Youngblood material [
    Fake tracks with No Hendrix involvement] / Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / Scene Club, New York City, NY 07.03.68 [Jam with Jim Morrison a.o.])
    notes:
    - Unauthorized Compilation featuring mostly Polydor / Reprise-material.
    - Uncertainty has for a long time surrounded both the exact date for the Scene Club recordings and the personnel featured on them. Most sources lean towards 07.03.68 as the most likely date, and personnel is believed to be Jimi Hendrix (guitar / vocals), Jim Morrison (vocals) and Lester Chambers (harp) plus two unknown guitarists, unknown bass and unknown drums. Some of these may or may not have been members of The McCoys or The Young Rascals, but neither Johnny Winter nor Rick Derringer were among them.
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  • Monster (Spank Janie SJR 0001 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B613
    (Beat Monster Konzert, Hallenstadion, Zurich 31.05.68 [Complete; 1st Source] plus Home Recording 1969/70)
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued as "Jimi in Zurich".
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 99, p.4-22 for a comprehensive review of the existing Zurich recordings.
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  • Loose Ends Vol.2 (Spank Janie SJR 0002 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B614
    (Little Richard material 1965 / Don Covay material 1965 / Curtis Knight material 1965-67 / King Curtis material 1966 / BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 / Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 [Jam with Eric Burdon & War; Old version])
    notes:
    - Includes Pre-Experience material lifted from Official releases.
    - This CD includes a recording of "Land Of A Thousand Dances", allegedly by Ike & Tina Turner jamming with Jimi Hendrix & Janis Joplin at the Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 27.11.69. However: Although Hendrix attended the Rolling Stones concert at Madison Square Garden 27.11.69, where Ike & Tina Turnere was the openig act, and although this seems to be a recording by Ike & Tina - maybe even from that paticular concert - there's no indication of any Jimi Hendrix involvement on it. As a matter of fact, Jimi Hendrix did not even join Ike & Tina Turner on stage 27.11.69, although Janis Joplin did (info:
    UniVibes 51 (april 2006), p.34; "Corerections & additions").
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  • Hendrix In the East (Spank Janie SJR 0004 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B612
    (International Ballroom, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC 10.03.68; 1st Show plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 03.02.68; 1st & 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; Soundcheck / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show / Temple University Stadium, Philadelphia, PA 16.05.70 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show)
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  • In Memoriam: Live in Sweden (Midnight Beat MBCD 138-140 / 1997 / 3x1CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 101 of 1.000) ftbfs: B608
    • Disc 1: Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st Show [Complete]
    • Disc 2: Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show [Complete]
    • Disc 3 [CD-ROM]: Video of Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st Show [Complete] plus (incomplete) Database of Concert performances
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  • Sessions 1 - The Complete Band Of Gypsies Rehearsals Part 1 (Major Tom MT 153 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B590
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
    Tracklist: "Message To Love" (8-13) / "Ezy Rider" (3-5) / "Message To Love" (14-16) / "Ezy Rider" (6) / "Power Of Soul" (38) / "Earth Blues" (8)
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  • Sessions 2 - The Complete Band Of Gypsies Rehearsals Part 2 (Major Tom MT 154 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B591
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Outtakes 1969-70)
    Tracklist: "Changes" (1-2) / "Lover Man" (5-6) / "Who Knows" (1-7i) / "Message To Love" (17-18) / "Bolero" (5-6) > "Come Down Hard On Me Baby" (1) > "Midnight Lightning" (7) > "Bolero" (7-9, 11-14) Session / "Send My Love To Linda" (6-8) > "Live And Let Live"
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  • Sessions 3 (Major Tom MT 155 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B592
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [incl. tracks prepared and / or considered for the
    ":Blues" CD] plus The Jack Bruce Jam, Hollywood, CA 16/17.10.68)
    Tracklist: "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "Villanova Junction" (14) / "Message From Nine To The Universe" (1) / "Izabella" (12, 13) / "Night Bird Flying" (5) / "Freedom" (3) / "Straight Ahead" (2) / "Astro Man" (1 [fake alternate mix], 3) / "... And The Gods Made Love" (2i) / JS9 i / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (3) / JS10 i
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  • Sessions 4 - Jamming with Taj Mahal (Major Tom MT 156 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B593
    (The Apartment Jams, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969 [The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"])
    notes:
    - Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.
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  • Sessions 5 - Jimi Hendrix At His Best Part 1 (Major Tom MT 157 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B594
    (The Mike Ephron Sessions, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY 13.09.69)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer of the LPs
    "Jimi Hendrix At His Best Vol.1-3" (ftbfs: A022 / A023 / A024) - part 1 of 2
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  • Sessions 6 - Jimi Hendrix At His Best Part 2 (Major Tom MT 158 / 1997 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B595
    (The Mike Ephron Sessions, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY 13.09.69)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer of the LPs
    "Jimi Hendrix At His Best Vol.1-3" (ftbfs: A022 / A023 / A024) - part 2 of 2
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  • Sessions 7 (Major Tom MT 159 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B596
    (Outtakes 1968-70 / Home Recording 1969 / Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70 [Rehearsals] plus Radio Ad for the film
    "Rainbow Bridge" (ftbfs: OV 09))
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  • Sessions 8 (Major Tom MT 160 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B597
    (Outtakes 1968-70 / Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus Home Recording 1969/70)
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  • Sessions 9 (Major Tom MT 161 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B598
    (Outtakes 1967-70 / Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Mike Jefferey's Apartment, New York City, NY 04.02.70 (Interview by John Burks for "Rolling Stone" Magazine))
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  • Sessions 10 (Major Tom MT 162 / 1997 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B599
    ("Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / Outtakes 1970 plus The Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Session (aka. The Dirty Tape), Jimi's hotel room, The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 18.03.68)
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  • Love or Confusion (Rockartoon RCART 5201 / 1997 / 1CD in digipack with poster)
    (Studio 1967-70)
    notes:
    - Unauthorized Compilation of official Polydor / Reprise-material
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Releases 1998 - now

  • Out of the Studio 2 (Strongest Edition 560-1/2 / 1998 / 2CD) ftbfs: B615
    ("Are You Experienced"-outtakes 1966-67)
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  • Olympic Gold Vol.1 (Blimp BL 006 / 1998 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B625
    ("Are You Experienced"-outtakes 1966-67)
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued along with Vol.2 as "Olympic Sessions" (Working Man 017/018) (ftbfs: B736)
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  • Olympic Gold Vol.2 (Blimp BL 007 / 1998 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B626
    ("Are You Experienced"-outtakes 1966-67)
    notes:
    - This album has later been reissued along with Vol.1 as "Olympic Sessions" (Working Man 017/018) (ftbfs: B736)

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  • Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.1 - 3 (Dandelion DL 005/6/7 / 1998 / 3CDs in slipcase) ftbfs: B621 / B622 / B623
    • Disc 1: "Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.1": Outtakes 1967-70 plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; Soundcheck
    • Disc 2: "Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.2": Outtakes 1967-70
    • Disc 3: "Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.3": Outtakes 1968-70
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  • Sotheby Reels with Soft Machine ([No label] JH 001 / 1998 / 1CD) ftbfs: B627
    (Outtakes 1967-68)
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  • Rarest Series: Jimi Hendrix (Rarest Records SCET1100013 / 1998 / 1CD) ftbfs: B717
    ("Tonarskvald", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete]) Sbd
    notes:
    - The Back cover lists only 7 of the 8 tracks and most of them in the wrong order.
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  • Listen to this, Eric! ([No label] JH 03/04 / 1998 / 2CD) ftbfs: B397 Rev
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Complete])
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  • Star Power: Jimi Hendrix (Bell BLR 89 407 / 1998 / 1CD) ftbfs:
    (Studio 1966-70 plus Lonnie Youngblood material [
    Fake tracks with No Hendrix involvement] / Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67)
    notes:
    - Unauthorized Compilation of Polydor / Reprise-material plus Lonnie Youngblood material
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  • Dallas (Major Tom MT 198 / 1998 / 1CDE) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B606
    (Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX 20.04.69)
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  • Philadelphia PA (Major Tom MT 199 / 1998 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B607
    (Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69)
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  • Rhode Island Red House (Major Tom MT 200 / 1998 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B509
    (Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI 17.05.69 [Complete])
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  • Winterland Takes (Boot Hill BH 007 / 1998 / 1CDR) ftbfs: B631
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 03.02.68; 1st & 2nd Show [1st Show from 2nd Source; 2nd Show from 1st Source])
    notes:
    - CDR Bootleg release of
    part of the Hey-Joe "Winterland Tree"
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  • Live at The Hollywood Bowl (Boot Hill BH 009 / 1998 / 1CDR) ftbfs: B632
    (Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA 14.09.68)
    notes:
    - Vinyl transfer of the bootleg
    "Live at the Hollywood Bowl" (ftbfs: B062).
    - This recording is incomplete as it fails to include "Foxy Lady" (100) and "Sunshine of Your Love" (8).
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  • Swinging London (Boot Hill BH 010 / 1998 / 1CDR) ftbfs: B698
    (Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 [The Sample Tape] / Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 / "It Must Be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68 [Complete])
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  • Early Experiences 1966-1967 (Boot Hill BH 022 / 1998 / 1CDR) [miniature LP-cover] ftbfs: B697
  • Early Experiences 1966-1967 (Boot Hill BH 022 / 1998 / 1CDR) ftbfs: B697
    ("Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66 / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 [Complete; Broadcast & Outtakes] / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 30.03.67 [Complete] / "Music Hall de France", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67 / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 [Complete])
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  • Live at Royal Albert Hall (Feather Records / Rising Sun - / 1998 / USA / 2CDR / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 036 of +/- 130)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Complete])
    In the long line of rare Hendrix releases, this Set is probably the rarest CD set ever officially released. Mastered from Eric Burdons safety copies of the original master recordings, and produced by Burdon himself and sold by mail-order through his website, the set was only available for a very short time. Discs were manufactured and numbered as orders came in, but the sale of them was terminated within a matter of days due to threats of legal action from the Jimi Hendrix Estate. Number of sets sold before it was withdrawn is unknown, but somewhene around 130 seems likely. The exact number is probably lower rather than higher, based on the fact that the only marketing of the discs was a small message to the Old Hey-Joe mailing list. Most - if not all - of the distributed sets seem to have been sold to Hey-Joe subscribers who pre-ordered the set, and according to later messages to that list, the highest numbered set located was in the 110-120 area. The sets had a unmistakeable "home made" feel to them; The covers were made using an ink-printer, and the discs were printable Mitusi CDRs. Some discs had one disc printed blue and the other red, others had both discs either blue or red. Most sets also had handwritten numbers on one or both discs. Additionally, the first 30 sets sold also featured a misprint of Disc 2, and these were replaced for free by Rising Sun, making the misprint version even rarer.
    notes:
    - Semi-official Mail Order album which was withdrawn shortly after its release
    - These recordings have later been included complete on the Collector's Set "Prince Albert Does Not Bite The Tongue"
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  • Live at Royal Albert Hall - Disc 2 (Feather Records / Rising Sun - / 1998 / USA / 1CDR)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69) [Part of the Semi-official Mail Order album]
    notes:
    - Unique misprint of Disc 2 of the
    "Live at Royal Albert Hall" set, missing most index marks and part of the show; Not identical to the "regular" misprint version of the first 30 discs (Refer to the entry above)."Prince Albert Does Not Bite The Tongue"
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  • 26 Maggio 1968 ([No label] / 1998 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B639
    (Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show [1st Source])
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  • Electric Church (Kobra KRCR 27 / 1998 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B638
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; Soundcheck / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69)
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  • Live in Sweden Vol.4 (Rover 004 / 1999 / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete])
    notes:
    - Allegedly issued by The Swedish Jimi Hendrix Preservation Society, the cover says 04.09.67 recordings are "not taken from the
    "EXP Over Sweden" CD [by UniVibes]. This is the original and unaltered version with much rawer and unmanipulated sound". The 05.09.67 recordings are "taken from the Original Master Tapes".
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  • Tiptoes in the Foam (Bubbling Brown Sugar JH 01 / 1999 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B645
    (Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, NY 10.08.69 / Outtakes 1969-70 [incl. "Woodstock" (1-3) Sessions Sessions (feat.Stephen Stills & Buddy Miles), Record Plant, New York City, NY 30.09.69 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69])
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  • Rescued from Randall's Island (Tendolar TDR 088 / 1999 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B660
    (New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 [Sbd Source] + filler: Studio 1967 / BBC Session 1967 / Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / Outtakes 1968 / "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 07.07.69 [with The Jack Rosenbaum Orchestra] / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Outtakes 1970)
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  • Aloha! (Trax TRCD 07 / 1999 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B642
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st Show [Complete*; Sbd Source])
    [* The intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) from the 1st Show is missing on the Sbd Source]
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  • Aloha! Again (Trax TRCD 08 / 1999 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B643
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 2nd Show [2nd Sbd Source])
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  • Swedish Adventure (Dandelion DL 093 / 1999 / 1CD) ftbfs: B661
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 [Complete] / Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 [Complete])
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  • Stimmen der Welt (Dandelion DL 094 / 1999 / 1CD) ftbfs: B662
    (Stimmen der Welt, Großer Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna 22.01.69; 1st Show [Complete] & 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - This Set omittes the incomplete "Spanish Castle Magic" (28) [from the 2nd Show] available on
    Collectors' Discs other bootlegs such as "Stimmen der Welt 2" (fbtfs: 570).
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  • Beat Monster Concert - Historic Concert Vol.3 (Dandelion DL 094 / 1999 / 1CD) ftbfs: B663
    (Beat Monster Konzert, Hallenstadion, Zurich 31.05.68 [1st Source] plus "It Must Be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68 [Complete])
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 99, p.4-22 for a comprehensive review of the existing Zurich recordings.
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  • The Black Elvis Plays America (Dandelion DL 095-096 / 1999 / 2CD) ftbfs: B664
    (Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 / Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 / Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 [Complete] / Temple University Stadium, Philadelphia, PA 16.05.70)
    notes:
    - The Madison Square Garden 28.01.70 show was aborted after 2 songs had been played; "Who Knows" (10) & "Earth Blues" (16).
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  • Last Experience in Montreal - The Paul Sauvé Arena Masters (Montserrat BRCD 1912 / 1999 / 1CD) ftbfs: B668
    (Paul Sauvé Arena, Montreal 02.04.68 [Complete] plus "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 [Live & Interview by Flip Wilson])
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  • Before the Fillmore (Dandelion DL 127 / 1999 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B696
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Outtakes 1969)
    Tracklist: "Message To Love" (8-11) / "Ezy Rider" (5) / "Message To Love" (14-15) / "Earth Blues" (8) / "Who Knows" (1-7) / "Message To Love" (17-18) / "Midnight Lightning" (2, 24)
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  • After Woodstock (Dandelion DL 128 / 1999 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B689
    (Outtakes 1969)
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  • Jimi's Private Reels Vol.1: Two Guitars on a Wednesday Night (Dandelion DL 129 / 1999 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B690
    (The Apartment Jams, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969 [The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"])
    notes:
    - Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.
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  • Jimi's Private Reels Vol.2: The Generation Club Reels & Jamming with Friends (Dandelion DL 130 / 1999 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B691
    (Generation Club, New York City, NY 07.04.68 [Jam with Buddy Guy] [from the Soundtrack of the unreleased D.A.Pennenbaker film "Wake At Generation"] / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70 plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *)
    [* "Villanova Junction Blues"]
    notes:
    - Roy Buchanan was formerly believed to have participated in the 07.04.68 jam, but this is wrong. The featured guitarist is most likely Dave Woods, with Ed "Bugs" Gregory on bass, and possibly Glenway McTeer on drums.
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  • Are You Experienced - The Sessions Vol.1 (Shout to the Top STTP 038 / 1999 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B706
    ("Are You Experienced"-outtakes 1966-67)
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  • Are You Experienced - The Sessions Vol.2 (Shout to the Top STTP 039 / 1999 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B707
    ("Are You Experienced"-outtakes 1966-67)
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  • Cry of Live Vol.1 (Yokohama Masters JH 12 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Cal Expo, State Fairground, Sacramento, CA 26.04.70 [Complete])
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  • Cry of Live Vol.2 (Yokohama Masters JH 13 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI 01.05.70 [Complete])
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  • Cry of Live Vol.5 (Yokohama Masters JH 16 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (The Fieldhouse, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 08.05.70; 2nd Show [Almost Complete])
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  • Cry of Live Vol.6 (Yokohama Masters JH 17 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (San Antonio Hemisfair Arena, San Antonio, TX 10.05.70)
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  • Cry of Live Vol.7 (Yokohama Masters JH 18 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA 20.06.70)
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  • Final Hometown Show - Cry of Live Vol.9 (Yokohama Masters JH 20/1 / - / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Sicks Stadium, Seattle, WA 26.07.70 [Almost Complete*] / Cumberland Hotel, London 11.09.70 (Interview by Keith Altham for the "Record Mirror" Magazine))
    [* The beginning of "Freedom" (22) and end of "Lover Man" (37) and "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (6) are cut on all versions of this tape.]
    notes:
    - "I Don't Live Today" is introduced after "Purple Haze" (100) on the Seattle recording, but was not played at this concert.
    - The Seattle recording - as all other circulating copies of it - is actually a speaker dub, i.e. recorded by playing the master back and making a dub by miking the speakers and recording the sound on a 2nd deck. A line dub taken directly from the master has never been circulated.
    - The Seattle master recording consisted of 4 segments, but have been compiled here in the wrong sequence with segment 2 ("Freedom" (22) / "Red House"(74) / "Foxy Lady" (91)) ending up as the last; The correct place for this segment is between "Lover Man" (37) (last track in segment 1) and "Machine Gun" (26) (first track in segment 3).
    - Refer to
    Jimpress issue 78, p.11-12 for a comprehensive review of the Seattle tape.
    -
    Re-compiled version of the Seattle tape (to match what is believed to be the correct concert setlist) is available.
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  • In Memorial To Jimi (Yokohama Masters JH 23 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 (Jam with Eric Burdon & War) [Old version incl.material with no Hendrix involvement*] plus CBS/ABC & ITV Death Reports 18.09.70 / Interview Special broadcasted 19.09.70 (feat.interviews with Eddie Kramer, Eric Burdon & Alexis Korner))
    [* Without fade-ins and / or fade-outs]
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  • Lost Spring Dates Vol.1 (Yokohama Masters JH 25 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69)
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  • Lost Spring Dates Vol.3 (Yokohama Masters JH 27 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX 20.04.69)
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  • Lost Spring Dates Vol.4 (Yokohama Masters JH 28 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN 11.05.69)
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  • Lost Spring Dates Vol.5 (Yokohama Masters JH 29 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 16.05.69)
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  • Lost Spring Dates Vol. 8 (Yokohama Masters JH 38 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Hunter College, New York City, NY 02.03.68; 2nd Show plus
    Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show)
    Tracklist: "Tax Free" (5) / "Foxy Lady" (22) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (5) / "Killing Floor" (11) / "Red House" (14) / "Lover Man" (9) / "Fire" (22)

    notes:
    - The cover says all tracks on this CD were recorded at Hunter College, but although there's been some discussion about this in the past, "Lover Man" (9) and "Fire" (22) are in fact part of the recording from Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show,.

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  • Lost Spring Dates Vol. 9 (Yokohama Masters JH 39 / - / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (International Ballroom, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC 10.03.68; 1st Show)

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  • Lost Spring Dates Vol.10 (Yokohama Masters JH 40/1 / - / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Cafe Au-Go Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 plus United Block Association Press Conference [Interview], Frank's Resturant, Harlem, New York City, NY 03.09.69 / Raw source version of the Alvin & Cannard (aka. The Twins) interview used in the film
    "Jimi Hendrix", 1973)
    Disc 1: Instrumental Jam; 6:29 / "Drunk Again"; 10:14 / "Drunk Again" (continued); 7:37 / JL2; 9:16 / "Little Wing" (7); 9:49 / "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (4); 10:27
    Disc 2: "Stormy Monday"; 8:53 / "Three Little Bears" (7); 6:09 / "Three Little Bears" (7) (continued); 10:28 / JL1; 6:39 / United Block Association Press Conference part 1; 2:30 / United Block Association Press Conference part 2; 4:02 / The Twins interview part 1; 7:09 / The Twins interview part 2; 5:52 / The Twins interview part 3; 4:03 / The Twins interview part 4; 11:54
    notes:
    - Total time for the Cafe Au-Go Go recording as featured here is 79:28.
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  • Live in Sweden Vol.7 (Rover 007 / 2000 / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70 [Complete] [1st Source])
    notes:
    - Allegedly issued by The Swedish Jimi Hendrix Preservation Society.
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  • Live in Sweden Vol.8 (Rover 008 / 2000 / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Stora Scenen, Liseberg, Gothenburg 01.09.70 [Almost Complete])
    notes:
    - Allegedly issued by The Swedish Jimi Hendrix Preservation Society.
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  • First Steps (Pontiac - / 2000 / 4CD Box) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B705
    ("Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / "Are You Experienced"-period Outtakes 1966-67 / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / "Axis: Bold As Love"-period Outtakes 1967 / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 / Acetates 1967 / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / "Electric Ladyland"-outtakes 1968)

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  • Electric Shock at The Hollywood Bowl (Rattlesnake RS 023 / 2000 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B709
    (Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA 14.09.68 [Almost Complete])
    notes:
    - Includes "Foxy Lady" (100) and "Sunshine of Your Love" (8) omitted from the previously released vinyl bootleg
    "Live at the Hollywood Bowl" (ftbfs: B062) and the Boot Hill CDR "Live at The Hollywood Bowl" (ftbfs: B632).
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  • Let Your Mind And Fancy Roll On (Rattlesnake RS 024 / 2000 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B710
    (Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tom Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton) / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 [Complete Session])
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  • Smashing the Amps (Rattlesnake RS 055/56 / 2000 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Complete] plus "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 [Live & Interview by Flip Wilson] / "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 09.09.69 [Complete Show incl. Interview])
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  • Earthquake at LA (Rattlesnake RS 057/58 / 2000 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B686
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Sbd Source] plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show: "Tax Free" (10) [8:50 Edit] / Interview)
    notes:
    - Material lifted from the US version of the
    "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show" Broadcast, incl. Radio trailers.
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  • Before and After (Ezy Rider EZY 003 / 2000 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B714
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 / "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 09.09.69 [Complete Show incl. Interview])
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  • Marshall Man Ax Slinger (Party Dog / Roaring House 010-ZIP / 2000 / 3x1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B715
    notes:
    - All tracks lifted from the
    "Black Gold" set (ftbfs: B540)
    • Disc 1: "Left In The Can - Studio Sessions": Outtakes 1968-70
    • Disc 2: "Electric Lady Sessions": Outtakes 1968-70 / Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70
    • Disc 3: "Home Demos: Jimi By Himself - The Complete Home Recordings": Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Electric Demos 1968 / Home recording spring 1968
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  • Voodoo Blues (The Snippin' Engeneer TSE-CD 2003-1 / 2000 / 1CD) ftbfs: B718
    (Outtakes 1967-69 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968)
    Tracklist: "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (17) / "Come On (Part 1)" (3) / "Gypsy Eyes" (7) / "Long Hot Summer Night" (2, 3) / "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be" (4) / "Voodoo Chile" (10) > "Cherokee Mist" (5) > "Gypsy Eyes" (5) / "Angel" (5) / "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be" (1) / "One Rainy Wish" (2) / "Earth Blues" (15i) / "Look Over Yonder" (1) / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (3) / "Drone Blues" (1) / "It's Too Bad" (i) / "Little One" (1, 2)
    notes:
    - Cover has wrong tracklisting and some titles are ficticious.
    - Same as Smurf Records'
    "Voodoo Blues" (ftbfs 402) but with two extra tracks - "Little One" (1) & "Little One" (2).
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  • Crash Landing - The Outtake Collection (Classico Argento Discos [No cat.nr. ] / 2000 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B835
    (Outtakes 1968-70 incl. alternate altered versions of tracks released on "Crash Landing" 1975)
    Tracklist: "Peace In Mississippi" (1i) / "Crash Landing" (7) / "Somewhere" (7) / "Stone Free" (31) / "Message to Love" (6) / "Come Down Hard On Me" (4) / "Power Of Soul" (50) / Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [listed as "Captain Coconut"] / "Machine Gun" (1) / "Jam Thing" (i) [listed as "Hey Baby (Saxaphone Jam)"] / "Stepping Stone" (8) / "Bleeding Heart" (15i, 16) [listed as "Earth Blues (Funky Jam)"] / "Earth Blues Today" (3)
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  • Psycedelic Experience [sic.] (Axis Hendrix Archives AXIS001 / 2001 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B722
    ("Beat Club", Marquee, London 02.03.67 / Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 [The Sample Tape] / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - The main portion of the featured Blackpool recording is from the Audience source, but the last 2 tracks - "Purple Haze" (23) & "Wild Thing" (8) - are Sbd recordings.
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  • Newport 1969 Pop Festival (Watchtower WT 2001023/24/25 / 2001 / 3CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B728
  • Newport 1969 Pop Festival (Maisey - / 2001 / 3CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B728
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 [Sbd Source] / Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 [Sbd Source]; 63:51 / 52:28 / 33:18)
    Disc 1: 20.06.69: "Stone Free" (19); 6:58 / "Are You Experienced ?" (16); 4:11 / "Villanova Junction" ( ); 2:26 / "Stone Free" ( 19 part 2); 1:00 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (32); 6:15 / "Fire" (63); 3:41 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (29); 8:15 / "Red House" (58); 7:15 / "Foxy Lady" (71); 4:49 / "Like A Rolling Stone" (12); 5:57 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (60); 8;42 / "Purple Haze" (80); 4:17
    Disc 2: 22.06.69: "Earth Vs. Space" (incl. "Midnight Lightning" (9), "Gypsy Eyes" (11), "Machine Gun" (7), "Red House" (59)); 12:57 / "The Things I Used To Do" (6); 6:08 / "We Gotta Live Together" (1); 19:23 / "Feel So Good"; 14:00
    Disc 3: 22.06.69 (Continued): JL11 ["Train Kept A-Rollin'"; 4:08 / "Power Of Soul" (40) > "Earth Blues" (11); 3:52 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (30); 3:43 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (61); 9:01] / JA12 [listed as "Fast Jam"] (incl. "Sunshine Of Your our Love" (33), "Come On (Part1)" (15), "Star Spangled Banner" (25)"); 12:33
    notes:
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source.
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  • City to the Sticks '68 (Shout to the Top STTP 166-167 / 2001 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B727
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show [Edited] / Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, IA 11.08.68)
    notes:
    -
    The Fillmore-recordings have overdubbed applause to cover up tape-edits, and the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) is missing from the recording.
    - The venue for the Davenport show was for many years erroneously identified as the Colonial Ballroom.
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  • Top in Pops '70 (Shout to the Top STTP 168-169 / 2001 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B732
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70)
    notes:
    - Both Concerts are compiled from various official and unofficial sources.
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  • TV Stars '67 (Shout to the Top STTP 186-187 / 2001 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B730
    (BBC Sessions, BBC Broadcasting House, London 13.02.67 / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 [Complete] / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete] / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 [Sbd Source] / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 plus Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show
    / BBC Sessions, London 15.12.67 / Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [with Alexisx Korner spoken introduction] [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"])
    notes:
    - Same as "The Wild Man of Pop Plays Vol.1 & 2" (ftbfs: B314 & B315) but with some BBC Sessions Bonus tracks.
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  • If 2 was 3 (Shout to the Top STTP 190-191 / 2001 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B721
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete] / Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source] plus Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show / Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - The Ottawa recording is incomplete as it fails to include the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16); 0:28.
    - All Copenhagen tracks are lifted from the
    UniVibes CD "Jimi in Denmark"
    - Cover erroneously says all Copenhagen tracks are recorded 07.01.68
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  • Quella Notte Hendrix Stego Una Generazione (The Day Hendrix Made a Generation Crazy) (Rattlesnake RS 073 / 2001 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B723
    (Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 03.02.68; 2nd Show [3rd Source])
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  • Is the Wildest Thing Here (Rattlesnake RS 074 / 2001 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B724
    (Public Music Hall, Cleveland, OH 26.03.68; 2nd Show [Complete])
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  • The Record Plant Jams Vol.1 (WatchTower 2001048 / 2001 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B745
    (Outtakes, Record Plant, New York City, NY 23.01.70)
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  • The Electric Lady Studio Recordings (WatchTower 2001049 / 2001 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B746
    (Jam with Mitch Mitchell, Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 01.02.70 / Outtakes 1970 plus "Honeybed" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 23.12.69)
    .
  • BBC Archives - From the Original Tapes 1967-68 (WatchTower 2001050 / 2001 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B747
    (Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester 15.03.1968; 2nd Show plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for "BBC Light", BBC Broadcasting House, London 13.02.67 / Interview by Tony Hall for BBC "Top Gear", BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 15.12.67)
    notes:
    - Worcester, MA 15.03.68 tracks taken from BBC's
    Raw Sources for Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live at Clark University"
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  • Master Tapes: Message From Nine To The Universe Sessions (WatchTower 2001051 / 2001 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B748
    (Jams & Outtakes 1969)
    Tracklist: "Message From Nine To The Universe" (1) / "Jimi / Jimmy Jam" (1) / "Young / Hendrix" (1) / "Easy Blues" (1) / "Drone Blues" (1)
    notes:
    - Unedited versions of the tracks released on
    "Nine to the Universe"
    .
  • Jimi Hendrix (Universe 3323 / 2001 / Ger / 1CD) ftbfs: B801
    (Studio recordings 1966-68 plus "House Of The Rising Sun" [Fake track; No Jimi Hendrix involvement])
    notes:
    - Bootleg compilation of Officially released material.
    .
  • The Last Experience (Universe 3921 / 2001 / Ger / 1CD) ftbfs:
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69)
    ...
  • Albert Hall Experience (Charly SNAF 822 CD / 2001 / EU / 2CD in Slipcase) ftbfs: B849
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [incl.Edited versions] plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show ["Hear My Train A-Comin'" (10)] / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 ["Foxy Lady" (64)] / San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 ["I Don't Live Today" (39)] / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 ["Red House" (72)])
    notes:
    - Includes all tracks from the officially released
    "Original Soundtrack from the feature length motion picture 'Experience'" and "More titles from the Original Soundtrack from the feature length motion picture 'Experience'". The Remainig material has previously been released on "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts".
    - This Set gives the impression of featuring all songs played at the Royal Albert Hall concert with the exception of the first - "Lover Man" (15). However: Although the tracklist follows the Concert setlist, it replaces the Royal Albert Hall performances of "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (19), "Foxy Lady" (64), "I Don't Live Today" (31) and "Red House" (47) with recordings from other concerts.
    - A later pressing of this set - Charly SNAF 822 CDX - features the real Royal Albert Hall tracks instead of the "fake" tracks mentioned above.
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  • Live at The Fillmore East (Universe 3922 / 2001 / 1CD) ftbfs: B788
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.70; 1st & 2nd Show / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - Bootleg copy of disc 1 of the official
    "Live at the Fillmore East" set.
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  • Band of Gypsys (Polydor 2480 005 [fake] / NA / 1LP Picture disc) ftbfs: B124
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st & 2nd Show )
    notes:
    - Bootleg picture disc reissue of the "Band of Gypsys" album (puppet sleeve version).

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  • Axis: Bold as Love - The Alternate Versions (Polyboy JIMI 67 / 2002 / 1CD) ftbfs: B457
    (Outtakes 1967 plus Acetates 1967-68 / Outtake 1969 / Fake track with No Hendrix involvement*)
    [* "Wait Until Tomorrow"]
    notes:
    - Reissue of
    "Get the Experience!" (Invasion Unlimited IU 9424-1).
    - Catalogue number on the disc itself is WHO 67.
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  • The Alternate Electric Ladyland (Polyboy JIMI 68 / 2002 / 1CD) ftbfs: B456
    (Outtakes 1967-68 plus Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Outtakes 1969-70)
    notes:
    - Reissue of
    "Electric Ladyland Outtakes" (Invasion Unlimited IU 9417-1)
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  • Incident at Rainbow Bridge (Rattlesnake RS 079/80 / 2002 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B733
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete*; Sbd Source] + Radio Spot and Spoken intros from various Sources)
    [* The intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) from the 1st Show is missing on the Sbd Source]
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  • High Voltage at Atlanta Pop & Electric Lady Studios (Rattlesnake RS 081/82 / 2002 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B740
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 [Sbd Source] plus Outtakes 1970)
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  • Stormy Tuesday at the Radiohuset (Rattlesnake RS 089 / 2002 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B742
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete] / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 [Complete] plus "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67)
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  • Enjoy Jimi Hendrix - LA Forum 1970 (Rattlesnake RS 090/91 / 2002 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B744
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Complete Show - 2nd Source (Far Source)])
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  • Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California, Saturday May 30th 1970 (Marshall MA 01 / 2002 / 3CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B802
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Rehearsals, [Complete] 1st Show & [Complete] 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - This set features all circulating material from Berkeley, CA 30.05.70 with the exception of "Ezy Rider" (21) from the Afternoon Rehearsals / Soundcheck.
    .
  • Protest Songs from Berkeley (Rattlesnake RS 107-109 / 2002 / 3CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B775
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Rehearsals, [Complete] 1st Show & [Complete] 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - This set features all circulating material from Berkeley, CA 30.05.70, including the truncated "Ezy Rider" (27) from the Afternoon Rehearsals / Soundcheck.
    - "Ezy Rider" (27) [last track on Disc 2] is listed as "Stone Free".
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  • The Last Experience (Charly SNAJ CD / 2002 / 3CD Box) ftbfs: B743
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 18.02.69 [Almost Complete; Aud Source] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals & [Complete] Show + Edited versions)
    notes:
    - Includes all tracks from the officially released "Original Soundtrack from the feature length motion picture 'Experience'" and "More titles from the Original Soundtrack from the feature length motion picture 'Experience'".
    - The 18.02.69 Performance is an edited version of the Aud Source; It has all mid-song chat and applause cut, and "Purple Haze" (68) is faded just before the final chord. It's not as complete as previously released on the Midnight Beat bootleg "First Night at The Royal Albert Hall" (ftbfs: B541), but it's in slightly better quality.
    - The 24.02.69 Rehearsal-tracks [Old Source] are the same as previously released on the Midnight Beat bootleg "First Night at The Royal Albert Hall" (ftbfs: B541), but in slightly better quality.
    - The 24.02.69 Show is not as complete as previously released on Feather Records / Rising Sun's withdrawn mail-order album "Live at Royal Albert Hall" or bootlegs such as "Listen to this, Eric!"
    (ftbfs: B397 Rev); Some chat and tune-ups have been omitted.
    - Semi-official release.
    .
  • Experience (Sunspots SPOT 516 / Italy / 2002 / 2CD)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [incl.Edited versions] plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show ["Hear My Train A-Comin'" (10)] / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 ["Foxy Lady" (64)] / San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 ["I Don't Live Today" (39)] / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 ["Red House" (72)])
    notes:
    - Includes all tracks from the officially released
    "Original Soundtrack from the feature length motion picture 'Experience'" and "More titles from the Original Soundtrack from the feature length motion picture 'Experience'". The Remainig material has previously been released on "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts".
    - This Set gives the impression of featuring all songs played at the Royal Albert Hall concert with the exception of the first - "Lover Man" (15). However: Although the tracklist follows the Concert setlist, it replaces the Royal Albert Hall performances of "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (19), "Foxy Lady" (64), "I Don't Live Today" (31) and "Red House" (47) with recordings from other concerts.
    - Reissue of Charly's
    "Albert Hall Experience".
    .
  • Experience - Part 2 (Get Back GET 608 / Italy / 2002 / 1LP)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [incl.Edited versions] plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show ["Hear My Train A-Comin'" (10)] / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 ["Foxy Lady" (64)] / San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 ["I Don't Live Today" (39)] / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 ["Red House" (72)])
    Tracklist: "Stone Free" (13) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (10) / "I Don't Live Today" (39) / "Red House" (72) / "Foxy Lady" (64) / "Star Spangled Banner" (18) / "Bleeding Heart" (12); Edited / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (8); Edited])
    notes:
    - Album #2 of a 2 x 1LP reissue of Sunspot's
    "Experience" / Charly's "Albert Hall Experience" CDsets with a slightly re-arranged trackorder.
    - Despite the album title - and the liner notes info - only "Stone Free" (13) and "Star Spangled Banner" (18) plus the edited versions of "Bleeding Heart" (12) and "Room Full Of Mirrors" (8) are in fact recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69.
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  • Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.4 (Rattlesnake RS 118 / 2002 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B756
    (Outtakes 1969-70 [incl. tracks prepared and / or considered for the
    ":Blues" CD])
    Tracklist: "Fuzzy Guitar Jam" (JS18) [aka. "Young II"] / "Machine Gun" (2) / "Izabella / Machine Gun" (38) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "Rock And Roll Jam" / "Ships Passing In The Night" / "Belly Button Window" (5) / JS3 / "Heavy Jam" (JS2) / "Izabella" (10)
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  • Box of Gypsys (Marshall 003 / 2002 / 3x2CD Box) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B772
    notes:
    - Bootleg set based on ATM 066-071
    "Box of Gypsys"; Same material and similar soundquality, but slightly differently indexed.
    • Disc 1 - 2: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show [Complete] + 2nd Show part 1
    • Disc 3 - 4: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show part 2 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show [Complete]
    • Disc 5 - 6: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show [Complete] / Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 [Complete]
      notes:
      - The Madison Square Garden 28.01.70 show was aborted after 2 songs had been played; "Who Knows" (10) & "Earth Blues" (16).

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  • Infinity Beach (Deep Blue DBCD 127 / 2002 / 1CD) ftbfs: B717b
    ("Tonarskvald", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete]) Sbd
    notes:
    - This album may be considered to be of some historic significance, as it was this CD along with Purple Haze Records' "The Rainbow Bridge Concert" (the next entry in this list) that opened the floodgates for the tidal wave of semi-official releases featuring material allegedly licensed from the so-called Michael Jefferey Estate, and for the series of lawsuits that followed in their wake.
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  • The Rainbow Bridge Concert (Purple Haze HAZE 001 / 2002 / 2CD in Slipcase) ftbfs: B749
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Remastered reissue of the bootlegs
    "Last American Concert Vol.1" (ftbfs: B014 / ftbfs: B354) & "Last American Concert Vol.2" (ftbfs: B015 / ftbfs: B355).
    ..
  • The Rainbow Bridge Concert - The Early Show (Purple Haze / Radio Active RRPD 011 / 2002 / 1LP Picture Disc) ftbfs: B129
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st Show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Remastered reissue of
    "Last American Concert Vol.1" (ftbfs: B014 / ftbfs: B354).
    - Vinyl version of Disc 1 of the 2CD Set
    "The Rainbow Bridge Concert" (ftbfs: B749).
    ...
  • The Rainbow Bridge Concert - The Late Show Show (Purple Haze / Radio Active RRLP 012 / 2002 / 1LP / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 1.773 of 5.000) ftbfs: B130
  • The Rainbow Bridge Concert - The Late Show Show (Purple Haze / Radio Active RRPD 012 / 2002 / 1LP Picture Disc) ftbfs: B130
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 2nd Show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Remastered reissue of the bootleg "Last American Concert Vol.2" (ftbfs: B015 / ftbfs: B355).
    - Vinyl version of Disc 2 of the 2CD Set "The Rainbow Bridge Concert" (ftbfs: B749).
    ..
  • Extended Play ([Alchemy] - / 2003? / 1CD) part of ftbfs: B913
    (Outtakes 1969 plus Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69)
    Tracklist: "Stone Free" (5) / "Crash Landing" 85) / "Lover Man" (4) / "MessageTo Love" (6) / "Easy Blues" (2) / "Gypsy Woman"
    notes:
    - Bonus disc exclusively featured with Alchemy Record's box set "Rainbow Bridge" (ABOX002 / ftbfs: B913). The remaining content of the box set was "The Rainbow Bridge Concert" (Purple Haze HAZE 001 / ftbfs: B749) and a special Rainbow Bridge T-shirt.
    ---
  • Smash Hits (Polydor [Fake] / Reprieve MPA 7001 / 2003 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B777
    (Studio 1966-67 [Vinyl transfer of Japanese Mono version of
    "Smash Hits"] / Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - The Worcester tracks are taken from BBC's
    Raw Sources for Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live at Clark University", and include minor fragments from the Pre- and Post-show Interviews with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Tony Palmer between songs.
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  • Groove ( - / - / 2003 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B751
    (Outtakes 1969-70 / "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 [incl. Interview by Flip Wilson]; 50:52)
    Tracklist: "Jm Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (13); 2:22 / "Power Of Soul" (48, 49, 2-5) > "Message To Love" (54-56); 6 tracks, total time 21:06 / "Power Of Soul" (55); 5:12 / "Mojo Man"; 0:51 / "Inside Out" [aka. "Ezy Rider" (13) Jam]; 5:07 / Interview With Flip Wilson Part 1; 2:55 / "Lover Man" (19); 3:52 / "Lover Man" (20); 2:45 / Interview With Flip Wilson Part 2 (conclusion); 1:25 / "Inside Out" [aka. "Ezy Rider" (13) Jam]; 5:07
    notes:
    - "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (13) (previously unreleased) is the original track from which Alan Douglas contrived the version featured on the "Midnight Lightning" album. It's incomplete, as on tape copies.
    - The "Power Of Soul" / "Message To Love" session all presented together and in the correct order, though it's worth noting that the track breaks on the CD don't match the multiple Takes. (For this reason the total time for the session is given over the six CD tracks above.)
    - "Power of Soul" (55) (previously unreleased) is an alternate mix of the track which spawned the "Crash Landing" version. Here the opening 10 seconds of the guitar part are missing and the cowbell is central in the mix. A chorus has been inserted twice at (0:45) and (1:59), omitting the guitar solo from the original. The second half of the verse from 'Come On Back...' is also cut but the track runs to the end as on the original.
    - "Mojo Man" (previously unreleased) is a track by the Allen Twins, or Ghetto Fighters as they were previously known. Featuring Jimi on guitar, this was put up for auction on Ebay with no takers. Here we have the (0:51) sample that was available on the web.
    - The concluding part of the Flip Wilson Interview from the 10.07.69 "Tonight Show" has always been missing on previous bootleg appearances. This is the first time the show has been released in it's entirety (although there's an even more complete version available on Collectors' Discs).
    - "Inside Out" [aka. "Ezy Rider" (13) Jam] appears twice on this CD.
    - 2008 Collectors' Disc Upgrade
    is available.
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  • War Heoes - The Outtakes (Gulf Stream - / 2003 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B753
    (Outtakes 1968-70; Mainly alternate version of tracks featured on the album
    "War Heroes")
    Tracklist: "Izabella" (9) [Alternate mix of (8) with heavy echo added to the vocals] / "Three Little Bears" (8) [Alternate mix of (1) with heavy echo added to the vocals] / "Stepping Stone" (19) [Alternate mix of (5) with heavy echo added to the vocals] / "Tax Free" (20) [Alternate mix of (2) with heavy echo added to the guitar ] / "Earth Blues" (7) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (14) [Mono mix of (1); Possibly fake] / "Bleeding Heart" (6) / "Izabella" (14) / "Three Little Bears" (3) / "Tax Free" (2) / "Send My Love To Linda" (7, 8i) > "Live And Let Live" / "Crosstown Traffic" (2)
    notes:
    - The alternate mixes "Izabella" (9), "Three Little Bears" (8), "Stepping Stone" (19) and "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (14) are previously unreleased.
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  • Crash Landing Outtakes (Gulf Stream - / 2003 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Outtakes 1968-70; Mainly alternate version of tracks featured on the album
    "Crash Landing"]
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  • Critical Mass (Pontiac - / 2003 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B765
    (Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - Worcester material lifted from Dagger Records' official bootleg
    "Live at Clark University".
    - The Concert intro, "All Along the Watchtower" (11), "Red House" (72) and the outro stage announcements are missing from this version of New York Pop Concert.

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  • Jimi's Last Visit To Sweden Vol.1 (WatchTower 2003103/4 / 2003 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B773
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70 [Complete; 2nd Source ("Loud Guitar Source")])
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  • Jimi's Last Visit To Sweden Vol.2 (WatchTower 2003105/6 / 2003 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B494
    (Stora Scenen, Liseberg, Gothenburg 01.09.70 [Complete])
    notes:
    - Reissue of
    "The Warm Hello of the Sun" (ftbfs: 494).
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  • Here Comes The Sun (WatchTower 2003107 / 2003 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B769
    ("Bolero" Session, Electric Ladyland, New York City, NY 14.07.70 plus Outtake 1969 / Fat Mattress: "How Can I Live" [4 takes] *)
    [* Fat Mattress Session 27.08.68 feat. Mitch Mitchell; No Hendrix involvement]
    Tracklist: "Bolero" (5, 6) / "Come Down Hard On Me Baby" (1) / "Midnight Lightning" (7) / "Bolero" (7 incl.false start, 8 incl.false start, 9, 11, 12, 13 > 14, 1, 23), "Valleys Of Neptune" (16) / "How Can I Live" (instrumental) / "How Can I Live" (vocal) / "How Can I Live" (instrumental) / "How Can I Live" (vocal) / "Young / Hendrix" (1i)
    notes:
    - Includes the previously otherwise unavailable "Bolero" (23), an alternate mix of (1).
    ..
  • Axis Outtakes (Purple Haze HAZE 002 / 2003 / 2CD) ftbfs: B771
    (Outtakes 1967-68 plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *)
    [* "Cherokee Mist" (Disc 2; track 9) is David Henderson's version of "God Save The Queen"]
    .
  • Axis Out-takes ... Vol.1 (Purple Haze / Radio Active RRLP038 / 2003 / 1LP / Ltd. Numbered Edition) (nr. 753 of 3.000) [sealed] ftbfs:
    (Outtakes 1967-68)
    ..
  • Axis Out-takes ... Vol.2 (Purple Haze / Radio Active RRLP039 / 2003 / 1LP / Ltd. Numbered Edition) (nr. 881 of 3.000) [sealed] ftbfs:
    (Outtakes 1967-68 plus Fake material with No Hendrix involvement *)
    [* "Cherokee Mist" (Side B; track 2) is David Henderson's version of "God Save The Queen"]
    ..
  • Astro Man (Alchemy JHBX 1 / 2003 / 6CD Box) ftbfs: B778
    notes:
    - Distributed and sold through official channels, this box set was withdrawn shortly after it's release due to legal action from the Jimi Hendrix Estate because of it's inclusion of unauthorized material.
    - The featured Stockholm recordings are remastered from the Swingin' Pig bootleg 2CD Set "On the Killing Floor" (ftbfs: B332), while the featured Paris recording is remastered from the Swingin' Pig vinyl (!) bootleg "Live In Paris" (ftbfs: B031).
    - All material featured in this box set has later been reissued on various other CDs by labels such as Radio Active, Purple Haze, Spanish Castle Magic and others.
    • Disc 1: "Studio Outtakes Vol.1 - 1966-1968": Outtakes 1966-68
    • Disc 2: "Studio Outtakes Vol.2 - 1969": Outtakes 1969
    • Disc 3: "Studio Outtakes Vol.3 - 1969-1970": Outtakes 1969-70
    • Disc 4: "Live Paris Jan 29th 1968": l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete]
    • Disc 5: "Live Stockholm First Show Jan 9th '69": Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st Show [Complete]
    • Disc 6: "Live Stockholm Second Show Jan 9th '69": Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show [Complete]
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  • Studio Out-takes ... Vol.1 - 1966-1968 (Radio Active RRCD034 / 2003 / 1CD) ftbfs: B883
    (Studio outtakes 1966-68)
    notes:
    - Previously released as part of the withdrawn
    "Astro Man" box set (ftbfs: B778).
    .
  • Improvisation at Newport (Rattlesnake RS 145/46 / 2003 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B776
    (Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 plus "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 [incl. Interview by Flip Wilson *])
    [* Post-music portion of the interview is not included]
    ...
  • Axis: Bold as Love - Millennium Remaster (Track [fake] 612 003 / 2004? / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (24 bit Remastered vinyl transfer of Experience Hendrix / Classic Records' 180g reissue of the mono "Axis: Bold as Love", 2000)
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  • Stockholm Concert (Purple Haze HAZE 003 / 2004 / 2CD) ftbfs: B332
    (Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - This particular version of the Stockholm recording is remastered from the Swingin' Pig bootleg 2CD Set "On the Killing Floor" (ftbfs: B332), and has previously been released as part of the withdrawn "Astro Man" box set (ftbfs: B778).
    - From 2003 to 2005 UK based Purple Haze Records released a series of Hendrix albums, claiming they were the rightful owners to the recordings in question. The company was taken to court by the Jimi Hendrix Estate over the album "Stockholm Concert", and in feb.2005 they lost the case; The Court ruled that Purple Haze Record should sieze the production of the album and turn any unsold copies over to the estate.
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  • LA Forum 26th April 1969 (Alchemy PILOT 200 / 2004 / 2CD Digipack / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 6.322 of 12.000) ftbfs: B851
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Almost Complete*; Sbd Source] / Love And Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn 06.09.70 [Almost Complete**; 1st Source; "Stage Tape"])
    [* Some tune-ups, audience noises and applause has been edited out (rather poorly) to make the show fit on a single disc. A small part of "Star Spangled Banner" (22) is also missing. / ** The beginning of "Purple Haze" (107) is missing.]
    notes:
    - Distributed and sold through official channels, this set is currently the target for legal action from the Jimi Hendrix Estate because of it's inclusion of unauthorized material (The Los Angeles 26.04.69 show was officially released as part of the deleted "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story" Box set.)

    - The LA Forum disc was repackaged and reissued in 2007 as part of Voodoo Chile Records' 5CD Box set "Live And Unleashed".
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  • No More A Rolling Stone (Purple Haze HAZE 004 / 2004 / 2CD) ftbfs: B789
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 [Complete] / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete])
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  • Studio Out-takes ... Vol.2 - 1969 (Radio Active RRCD046 / 2004 / 1CD) ftbfs: B884
    (Studio outtakes 1969)
    notes:
    - Previously released as part of the withdrawn
    "Astro Man" box set (ftbfs: B778).
  • Studio Out-takes ... Vol.3 - 1969-1970 (Radio Active RRCD047 / 2004 / 1CD) ftbfs: B885
    (Studio outtakes 1969-70)
    notes:
    - Previously released as part of the withdrawn
    "Astro Man" box set (ftbfs: B778).
  • The Studio Out-takes ... 1966-1970 (Radio Active RR2CD 048 / 2004 / 2CD) ftbfs: B804
  • The Studio Out-takes ... 1966-1970 (Radio Active RR2CD 048 / Japan [Russian counterfeit] / 2004 / 2CD) [Vinyl replica Edition w.obi & insert] ftbfs: B804
    (Studio outtakes 1966-70)
    notes:
    - This set consists of tracks compiled from
    "Studio Out-takes ... Vol.1" (RRCD034), "Studio Out-takes ... Vol.2" (RRCD046) and "Studio Out-takes ... Vol.3" (RRCD047).
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  • By Night - The Blues Album Outtakes (27 Productions 2701 / 2004 / 1CD) ftbfs: B782
  • The Blues Project Outtakes (Further Along FAP 005 / 2004 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B781
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [Tracks prepared and / or conisdered for the CD
    ":Blues"])
    Tracklist: "New Rising Sun" (2); 8:26 / Country Blues" (2) > "Astro Man" (5i); 8:37 / "Hear My Train A Comin'" (52); 8:07 / "Belly Button Window" (6); 2:25 / "Things I Used To Do" (8); 5:45 / "Villanova Junction" (17) Jam; 27:34 / "Three Little Bears" (4) > "South Saturn Delta" (4) > Jam; 12:44
    notes:
    - Bootleg copies of the Collectors' Disc
    "The Blues Project Outtakes".
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  • Brilliant Outtakes, Demos & Specials - Voodoo Blues #2 (Voodoo Sounds VOODOO BLUES #2 / 2004 / 1CD) ftbfs: B791
    (Outtakes 1967-70 plus BBC Sessions, London 1967 / Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 / Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968)
    Tracklist: "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" Mixing Session (4i) / "Rainy Day Shuffle" > "Rainy Day, Dream Away" / "Inside Out" [aka. "Ezy Rider" (13) Jam] / "Gypsy Eyes" (3) / "Gypsy Boy (New Rising Sun)" (1i) / "Pali Gap" (1) / "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (1) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (6i) / "One Rainy Wish" (2) / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (3) / "Cat Talking To Me" (1, 2) / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (1) / "Ships Passing In The Night" / "Drifting" (3) / "Angel" (6) / "You've Got Me Floating" (4) / "Little One" (1) / "May This Be Love" (2) [listed as "Waterfall"] / "Gypsy Blood" (1) aka. "Cryin' Blue Rain"/ "Radio One Jingle"
    notes:
    - This set includes officially released material.

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  • Come On And Get Live (Axis Hendrix Archives AXIS 04 AB / 2004 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B787
    (Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 [2nd Source] / Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17.01.69; 2nd Show [1st Source] plus "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 ["Stone Free" (8) / "Hey Joe" (14)])
    notes:
    - Bootleg copy of the Collectors' Discs
    "Sporthalle, Cologne 13th Jan.1969 - 2nd Source Master" and "Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17th Jan.1969; 2nd show - Master".
    - The Frankfurt recording has no index mark between "Hey Joe" (46) and "Purple Haze" (64).
    - The Frankfurt recording includes the incomplete "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (44) omitted from
    "Burning at Frankfurt" (ftbfs: B498).
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  • Jupiter's Sulphur Mines (Axis Hendrix Archives AXIS 05 AB / 2004 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B780
    (Outtakes 1968-70 incl. "Voodoo Chile"- and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (1-3, 5-16, 18-21) Sessions [Record Plant, New York City, NY 02.05.68 & 03.05.68] and material from the KPFA Tapes)
    notes:
    - To quote one of Alice Cooper's 1982 songs: "Make that money, make that money / Make that money roll like honey on your tongue".
    - Disc 1 of this set is a copy of the Collectors' Disc
    "The KPFA Tapes" while Disc 2 is e a copy of "The Voodoo Chile Sessions".
    - Features the longest circulating version of "Young / Hendrix", including tune-up.
    - The Complete KPFA Radio Special + More material from the KPFA Tapes is available on ATM 187-191
    "Hendrix for Everyone".
    - More material from the KPFA tapes is also available on ATM 006
    "LA Without The Words" and ATM 057-058 "The KPFA Tapes / Sound Center Studios".
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  • Crash Landing - Unreleased version (WatchTower WT 2004118 / 2004 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B786
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
    Tracklist: Promo for "Message to Love" radio show; 7:08 / "Crash Landing" (2); 4:26 / "Somewhere" (2); 3:17 / "Power of Soul" (36); 5:49 / "New Rising Sun" (2); 8:27 / "Message to Love" (6); 3:34 / "Stone Free" (5); 3:40 / "Peace in Mississippi" (2); 5:26 / "Lover Man" (2i); 3:09 / Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [listed as "MLK / New Rising Sun"]; 6:22 / "Gypsy Boy" (1); 3:18 / "Captain Coconut" (2) > Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (11); 10:22
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  • Record Plant Jams Vol.2 (WatchTower WT 2004119/20 / 2004 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B795
    (Outtakes 1968-70 incl. John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69)
    Disc 1: "Stepping Stone" (2) [listed as "Sky Blues Today"]; 7:21 / "Midnight Lightning" (4); 4:11 / "Stepping Stone" (6); 4:13 / Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7i) [listed as "Captain Coconut / Cherokee Mist"]; 6:18 / "Lord I Sing the Blues (3)" > "Lover Man" (4); 13:39 / "Machine Gun" (2); 12:39 / "Calling All Devil's Children" (7) > Bass & Drum Jam > JS26 [listed as "Driving South / Everythings Gonna be Alright"]; 14:04 / "Cherokee Mist" (8) > "In From the Storm" (4) > "Valleys of Neptune" (24); 6:15 / "Izabella" (10); 2:53 / "Star Spangled Banner" (47); 4:10
    Disc 2: "Stepping Stone" (1) [listed as "I'm A Man / Midnight Lightning / Keep On Groovin'"]; 16:02 / "Machine Gun" (1); 12:24 / "Freedom" (10) > "Ezy Ruder" (11) > "Highway Of Broken Hearts" > "Seven Dollars In My Pocket" > "Highway Of Desire" > "Midnight Lightning" (3) [listed as Highway Of Broken Hearts"]; 22:34 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52); 8:08 / "Freedom" (29) Jam; 8:17 / "Valleys of Neptune" (22i); 3:59
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  • Record Plant Jams Vol.3 (WatchTower WT 2004121 / 2004 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B796
    (Outtakes 1968-70 incl."Things I Used To Do" Jams [Jam with Johnny Winter], New York City, NY 07.05.69 [Complete])
    Tracklist: "Earth Blues" (1) Jam > "Things I Used to Do" (1-4) [listed as "Things I Used To Do / Instrumental Jam / Earth Blues / Driving South / Things I Used To Do Take 1&2"]; 26:11 / "Belly Button Window" (6); 2:28 / "Villanova Junction" (17); 27:35 / "Three Little Bears" (4) > "South Saturn Delta" (4) > Jam; 12:45 / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (2); 4:19
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  • The VPRO Archives (WatchTower WT 2004122 / 2004 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B785
    ("Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 [Complete Session])
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  • Are You Experienced And More (Purple Haze HAZE 005 / 2004 / 2CD) ftbfs: B790
  • Are You Experienced And More (Purple Haze HAZE 005 / 2004 / 2CD) ftbfs: B790
    (Studio & Outtakes 1966-67: Unauthorized Remastered version of the album
    "Are You Experienced" plus "Are You Experienced"-outtakes)
    notes:
    - This album features a remastered version of the official
    "Are You Experienced" album as disc 1, while disc 2 is compiled from the familiar "Are You Experienced"-outtakes known from bootlegs such as "Out of the Studio" (ftbfs: B419), "Out of the Studio 2" (ftbfs: B615), "Olympic Gold Vol.1 & 2" (ftbfs: B625 & ftbfs: B626) etc.
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  • The LA Forum Concert (Radio Active RRCD052 / 2004 / 1CD) ftbfs: B850
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Almost Complete*; Sbd Source])
    [* Some tune-ups, audience noises and applause has been edited out to make the show fit on a single disc. A small part of "Star Spangled Banner" (22) is also missing.]
    notes:
    - Also available as 2 separate Vinyl Picture Discs; "The LA Forum `Concert Vol.1" and "The LA Forum Concert Vol.2".

    -
  • Live at l'Olympia - Paris (Radio Active RRCD055 / 2004 / 1CD) ftbfs: B792
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - This particular version of the Paris recording has previously been released as part of the withdrawn
    "Astro Man" box set (ftbfs: B778).
    - Repackaged and reissued in 2007 as part of Voodoo Chile Records' 5CD Box set "Live And Unleashed".
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  • Turn Your Lovelight On - More Blues Album Outtakes (27 Productions 2703 / 2004 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B783
    (Outtakes 1968-70; 66:10)
    Tracklist: "Lord I Sing The Blues" (2); 10:38 / "Dancing Blues" aka "Hollywood / Duet Jam" (JS3); 9:21 / "Cherokee Mist" (1); 6:08 / "Country Blues" (1) > "Astro Man" (5); 10:43 / "Cherokee Mist" (8) > "In From The Storm" (4) > "Valleys Of Neptune" (24i); 6:30 / "Lullaby For The Summer" (2) [listed as "Ezy Rider"]; 3:54 / "Valleys Of Neptune" (22); 3:54 / "Young / Hendrix" (1); 14:18
    notes:
    - Bootleg copy of the Collectors' Disc
    "The KPFA Tapes".
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  • Villanova Junction (Alchemy PILOT 205 / UK / 2004 / 1CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 10.782 of 15.000) ftbfs: B784
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [Tracks prepared and / or conisdered for the CD
    ":Blues"])
    Tracklist: "Belly Button Window" (6); 2.25 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52); 8:07 / "Villanova Junction" (17) Jam; 27.34 / "Three Little Bears" (4) > "South Saturn Delta" (4) > Jam; 12.44 / "The Things I Used To Do" (8); 5:45 / "New Rising Sun" (2); 8.26 / Country Blues" (2) > "Astro Man" (5i); 8:37
    notes:
    - Yet another Bootleg copy of the Collectors' Disc
    "The Blues Project Outtakes" but this time with the added feature of a slightly re-arranged tracklist.
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  • New York Mist (27 Productions 2704 / 2004 / 1CD) ftbfs: B809
    (Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 07.11.69 & 14.11.69)
    Tracklist: "1983 .... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (5) / "Angel" (6) / "Cherokee Mist" (4) [listed as "Cherokee Jam"] / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (7) / "Voodoo Chile" (11) > "Cherokee Mist" (6) > "Gypsy Eyes" (6) / JS21 (3) > JS22 (2) [listed as "Jam with Buddy Miles #1"] / JS23 (1) [mono mix] [listed as "Jam with Buddy Miles #2"]
    notes:
    - The Cover lists 8 tracks, but there are just 7 on the disc; "Voodoo Chile" (11) > "Cherokee Mist" (6) > "Gypsy Eyes" (6) are listed as 2 separate tracks - "Voodoo Chile / Cherokee Mist" and "Gypsy Eyes" - but is in fact just one.
    - The Drake Hotel demos are lifted from
    "Jimi by Himself: The Home Recordings" while JS21 & JS 22 are lifted from the Dagger Records CD "Morning Symphony Ideas".
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  • Am I Blue (Purple Haze HAZE 006 / 2004 / 2CD) ftbfs: B810
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [incl. tracks prepared and / or conisdered for the CD
    ":Blues"])
    Disc 1: "Lord I Sing The Blues For You And Me" (2) / "Contry Blues" (1) > "Astro Man" (5) / "Villanova Junction" (17) Jam / "Hollywood / Duet Jam" [listed as "Stray Blues"]
    Disc 2: "Voodoo Chile" (12) / "Three Little Bears" (4) > South Saturn Delta" (4) > Jam / "Once I Had A Woman" (1) / "Cherokee Mist" (8) > "In From The Storm" (4) > "Valleys Of Neptune" (24) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (44)
    notes:
    - Material compiled from
    "The Blues Project Outtakes" and other Collectors' Discs.
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  • L.A.Confidential (Moonraker MRCD-003/004 / 2004 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B797
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Complete])
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  • Live At Berkeley - 1st Show (Radio Active RRCD087 / 2004 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B820
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - Also available as 2 separate Vinyl Picture Discs; "Live at Berkeley Vol.1" and "Live at Berkeley Vol.2".
    - Repackaged and reissued in 2007 as part of Voodoo Chile Records' 5CD Box set "Live And Unleashed".
    - Reissued as a Vinyl replica edition by Rock Of Ages in 2008.
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  • Live in Copenhagen (Radio Active RRCD088 / 2004 / 1CD) ftbfs: B811
    (Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 2nd Show plus Tivoli's Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show / Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show / KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70)
    notes:

    - Bootleg re-issue of the
    UniVibes CD "Jimi in Denmark" minus the Copenhagen 10.01.69 interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Niels Olaf Gudme for Danish Radio "Afterbeat".
    - The liner notes claim this disc includes the complete 2nd Show from Copenhagen 10.01.69, but this is wrong.
    - Repackaged and reissued in 2007 as part of Voodoo Chile Records' 5CD Box set "Live And Unleashed".
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  • An Evening with The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Purple Haze HAZE 007 / 2005 / 2CD) ftbfs: B774
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals & [Complete] Show)

    notes:
    - The Rehearsal tracks ["Hear My Train A-Comin'" (61) / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (29) / "Bleeding Heart" (19)] are taken from the New 2003 Source.
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  • Winterland Night (Purple Haze HAZE 008 / 2005 / 2CD) ftbfs: B838
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10-12.10.68 [See tracklist below for exact details])
    Disc 1: "Fire" (34) [11.10.68; 2nd Show] / "Manic Depression" (9) [12.10.68; 2nd Show] / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (9) [10.10.68; 2nd Show] / "Spanish Castle Magic" (14) [12.10.68; 2nd Show] / "Are You Experienced ?" (12) [11.10.68; 1st Show] / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (29) [11.10.68; 1st Show] / "Like A Rolling Stone" (10) [11.10.68; 2nd Show]
    Disc 2: "Red House" (28) [11.10.68; 1st Show] / "Killing Floor" (15) [10.10.68; 2nd Show] / "Tax Free" (10) [11.10.68; 2nd Show] / "Foxy Lady" (41) [11.10.68; 2nd Show - Alternate mix of (40) without organ] / "Hey Joe" (38) [12.10.68; 1st Show] / "Purple Haze" (51) [12.10.68; 1st Show] / "Wild Thing" (24) [12.10.68; 1st Show]
    notes:
    - Material lifted from the official CDs "Live at Winterland" and "Live at Winterland + 3".
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  • Truth and Emotion (Purple Haze HAZE 009 / 2005 / 2CD) ftbfs: B816
    (International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 [Complete] / Outtakes 1969-70)
    Disc 1: "New Rising Sun" (1) / "Izabella" (7) / "Stepping Stone" (5) [Alternate mix from the WB Records sampler "Loony Tunes and Merry Melodies"] / "Message To Love" (7) / "Nightbird Flying" (2) / "Freedom" (5) / "Drifter's Escape" (1) / "Drifting" (2) / "Pali Gap" (2) / "Earth Blues" (18) [Incomplete mono mix of (4)] / "Heartbreak Hotel" > "Blue Suede Shoes" (2) [longest available version]
    Disc 2: International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 [Complete]
    notes:
    - Although "Earth Blues" (18) is previously uncirculated, it is actually just an incomplete mono mix of (4) from the "Rainbow Bridge", fading out at 2:27.
    - The studio portion featured in this set includes material lifted from official releases such as "Loose Ends" and "Voodoo Soup" a.o.
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  • Axis: Bolder Than Love (Purple Haze HAZE 010 / 2005 / 2CD) ftbfs:
    (Disc 1: Studio 1967 [Unauthorized Remastered version of "Axis: Bold as Love", 1967] / Disc 2: l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - This particular version of the featured Paris recording has previously been released as "Live at l'Olympia - Paris" (ftbfs: B792) and as part of the withdrawn "Astro Man" box set (ftbfs: B778).
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  • Blues at Midnight (Radio Active RR2LP105 / 2005 / 2LP / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 428 of 1.000) ftbfs:
  • Blues at Midnight (Radio Active RRCD105 / 2005 / 1CD) ftbfs: B815
    (Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 plus Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King])
    Tracklist: (LP Side 1:) Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68: "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (4) / "Stormy Monday" [listed as "Stormy Monday Blues"] / (LP Side 2:) "Three Little Bears" (7) / JL1 [listed as "Instrumental Jam I in D"] / (LP Side 3:) JL2 [listed as "Instrumental Jam II in A"] / "Little Wing" (7) / (LP Side 4:)
    Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68: JL4 [listed as "Blues Jam 1"]
    notes:
    - Semi-official reissue of Midnight Beat MBCD 037 "Blues At Midnight" (ftbfs: B499) with a slightly rearranged track order.
    - CD version repackaged and reissued in 2007 as part of Voodoo Chile Records' 5CD Box set "Live And Unleashed".
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  • Jimi Hendrix (Disky SI 903505 / 2005 / 1CD) ftbfs:
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 plus Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Rehearsals] ["Hey Joe" (49)])
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  • Royal Albert Hall Soundcheck (WatchTower WT 2005144 / 2005 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B814
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Rehearsals (New 2003 Source)] plus Home recording 1969 [from the unreleased film "Experience" aka."The Last Experience"] / Interview excerpts)
    Tracklist: Interview; 1:14 / Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals: "Hey Joe" (49); 4:29 / "Hound Dog" (try outs #1-3, 3, 4); 0:51, 0:44, 1:20, 6:02, 3:55 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (46, 47); 1:13, 1:15 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (18, 61); 5:05, 9:12 / "Ezy Rider" Riff > "Room Full Of Mirrors" (25, 26); 3:23 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (26, 27); 3:28 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (28, 29); 4:11 / "Bleeding Heart" (17, 18); 0:32, 1:21 / "Bleeding Heart" (19) > "Message To Love" (58); 5:04 / Home recording 1969: "Hound Dog" (2); 2:46 / Interview part 1; 3:32 / Interview part 2; 1:35
    notes:
    - The Main portion of this disc (the Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals) is the same New 2003 Source material that first was circulated on the Collector's sets ATM 220 "Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals" and JPIO 032 "He Was A Friend Of Ours" in 2003. The version featured on this CD is lifted from the later upgrade (2004) circulated on ATM 227-228 "Experience - Coming soon to a theatre near you!" (straight transfer) and JPIO 033-034 "He Was a Friend of Ours - Remastered" (speed corrected), although somewhat equalized and slightly re-indexed.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 47, p.3-7 and Jimpress issue 77, p.34-36 for comprehensive reviews of the RAH Rehearsals New 2003 Source tape.

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  • Rare Performances And Jam Sessions (WatchTower WT 2005146/7/8 / 2005 / 3CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B853
    (Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 [Hansson & Karlsson Jam] / New York City, NY early 1968 [from "The 2nd 10.000 Dollar Tape Sample"] / Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 / Home recording, spring 1968 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / Unidentified Live jam (possibly New York City Night Club march-apr.1968) / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Record Plant, New York City april 1968 (Interview by Michael Rosenbaum) plus Outtakes & Jams 1969-70)
    notes:
    - Most of the jams and sessions that are featured in this set are incomplete.
    - The featured portion of Hansson & Karlsson jam from Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 consists of 4 incomplete pieces (JL18i, JL26i, JL29i and JL22i) which runs for a total of 22:36. Although longer and with more complete tracks than the 16 min sample tape of ATM 152-157 "Kick Out The Jams" (or the alternate edited 22:16 sample tape), the jam is still sadly incomplete; The Complete jam allegedly runs for 4 hr 15 min but remain unreleased / uncirculated, although a 2 hour 10 min portion is said to recently (2008) have come into limited circulation.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 86, p.8-14 for a comprehensive review of the 2 hour 10 min portion of the Hansson & Karlsson jam.
    - The so-called "10.000 Dollar Tape" is a Reel to Reel Tape that was offered for sale on e-bay mid-2002 for $10.000, and later aquired by Experience Hendrix. The Sample tape featured here was made and distributed for demonstration purposes only, so it just consists of fragments of the full tape; Brief snippets of songs that fade in and out, and start and stop abrubtly. The Complete tape is currently not in circulation.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 74, p.31-35 & Jimpress issue 76, p.55-59 for additional info regarding the "10.000 Dollar Tape" Sample.
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  • Before The New York Sunrise (WatchTower WT 2005149/50 / 2005 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B852
    (
    New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 [Complete* + Alternate mixes] plus Beverly Rodeo Hyatt House, Beverly Hills, CA 15.06.69 (Interview by Nancy Carter))
    [* The Sbd source is used for the majority of the show, but "All Along the Watchtower" (11) is an Aud recording. The 2 alternate mixes of "Red House" (73) are Sbd and Sbd sourced from Radio broadcast, while the alternate mix of "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (80) is Sbd sourced from Radio broadcast.]
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  • The Wild Black Man Of Borneo Conquer Sweden! - New Concert Series Vol.1 (WatchTower WT 2005151 / 2005 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B813
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 [Complete; 1st Source] plus "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tom Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton) [incomplete])

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  • In The Studio Vol.1 (Reclamation RECD 1001 / 2005 / 1CD) ftbfs: B824
    ( Outtakes 1967 plus Acetates 1967 / Outtakes 1968)
    notes:
    - The majority of this disc consists of material from the so-called "Sothebys Tape".

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  • In The Studio Vol.3 (Reclamation RECD 1003 / 2006 / 1CD) ftbfs: B826
    ( Outtakes 1970 incl. "Valleys Of Neptune" Sessions)
    Tracklist: Electric Ladyland, New York City, NY 26.06.70: "Drifting" (3, 4); 3:52 / "Drifting" (4); 0:56 / "Midnight Lightning"; 0:24 / "Freedom" (7); 4:04 / "Cherokee Mist" (8) > "In From The Storm" (4); 6:30 / "Valleys Of Neptune" (24); 4:36 / "Little Dog Of Mine " > "Heaven Has No Sorrow" (1-4); 12:52 / "Valleys Of Neptune" (1-16); 21:16 / Electric Ladyland, New York City, NY 23.07.70: "Drifting" (6, 7); 3:34 / "Had To Cry Today"; 1:26 / "Angel" (4; false start); 0:25 / "Angel" (4); 4:45 / Studio Chat [listed as "Angel - Intro Instrumental #2"]; 0:33 / "Drifting" (5); 3:42 / "Angel" (2); 4:21 / "Belly Button Window" (1); 5:12
    notes:
    - Several of the tracks on this CD appear under the same track number, and doesen't correspond with the listing on the cover. Refer to the listing above for the correct tracklist.
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  • In The Studio Vol.4 (Reclamation RECD 1004 / 2006 / 1CD) ftbfs: B827
    ( Outtakes 1969-70 incl. "Power Of Soul" Sessions)
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  • In The Studio Vol.5 (Reclamation RECD 1005 / 2006 / 1CD) ftbfs: B828
    ( Outtakes 1968-70 incl. "Rainy Day", "Send My Love To Linda" & "Mannish Boy" Sessions)
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  • In The Studio Vol.6 (Reclamation RECD 1006 / 2006 / 1CD) ftbfs: B829
    ( Outtakes 1968-70 incl. "Voodoo Chile" Sessions [Record Plant, New York City, NY 02.05.68])
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  • Electric Ladyland & Beyond (Purple Haze HAZE 011 / 2006 / 2CD) ftbfs: B821
    (Disc 1: Studio 1968 [Unauthorized Remastered version of "Electric Ladyland", 1968] / Disc 2: Outtakes 1967-68 incl."Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" Sessions [Record Plant, New York City, NY 03.05.68])
    notes:
    - Several of the tracks on Disc 2 suffer from a rather substantial amount of hiss, and can be found in considerably better quality elsewhere.
    - Reissued as a Vinyl replica edition by Spanish Castle Magic in 2008.
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  • Newport 1969 Pop Festival (Scorpio (UK)-12 / 2006 (?) / 3CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B728b
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 [Sbd Source] / Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 [Sbd Source]; 63:51 / 52:28 / 33:18)
    Disc 1: 20.06.69: "Stone Free" (19); 6:58 / "Are You Experienced ?" (16); 4:11 / "Villanova Junction" ( ); 2:26 / "Stone Free" ( 19 part 2); 1:00 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (32); 6:15 / "Fire" (63); 3:41 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (29); 8:15 / "Red House" (58); 7:15 / "Foxy Lady" (71); 4:49 / "Like A Rolling Stone" (12); 5:57 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (60); 8;42 / "Purple Haze" (80); 4:17
    Disc 2: 22.06.69: "Earth Vs. Space" (incl. "Midnight Lightning" (9), "Gypsy Eyes" (11), "Machine Gun" (7), "Red House" (59)); 12:57 / "The Things I Used To Do" (6); 6:08 / "We Gotta Live Together" (1); 19:23 / "Feel So Good"; 14:00
    Disc 3: 22.06.69 (Continued): JL11 ["Train Kept A-Rollin'"; 4:08 / "Power Of Soul" (40) > "Earth Blues" (11); 3:52 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (30); 3:43 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (61); 9:01] / JA12 [listed as "Fast Jam"] (incl. "Sunshine Of Your our Love" (33), "Come On (Part1)" (15), "Star Spangled Banner" (25)"); 12:33
    notes:
    - Reissue of "Newport 1969 Pop Festival" (Watchtower WT 2001023/24/25 / ftbfs: B728) / "Newport 1969 Pop Festival" (Maisey - / ftbfs: B728).
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source.
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  • Vital Signs (Integral Records 003 / 2006 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B818
    (New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 [Complete*])
    [* The majority of the material on this CD is taken from the Sbd source, but "All Along the Watchtower" (11) is an Aud recording, and "Red House" (72) - although Sbd - is lifted from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts". The trasitions between the various sources are remarkably poorly conceived, and the concert intro and the outro stage announcements are missing all together.]
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  • The Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals (Rattlesnake RS 189 / 2006 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B823
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Rehearsals (New 2003 Source)] plus Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tom Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton); 74:08)
    Tracklist: Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals: "Hey Joe" (49); 3:51 / "Hound Dog" (try outs #1-3, 3, 4); 0:37, 1:36, 1:20, 6:02, 3:54 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (46, 47); 1:15, 0:53 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (18, 61); 5:30, 9:12 / "Ezy Rider" Riff > "Room Full Of Mirrors" (25); 3:23 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (26-29); 7:39 / "Bleeding Heart" (17, 18); 0:32, 1:20 / "Bleeding Heart" (19) > "Message To Love" (58); 5:08 / Interview by Tom Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton; 21:51
    notes:
    - The Main portion of this disc (the Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals) is the same New 2003 Source material that first was circulated on the Collector's sets ATM 220 "Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals" and JPIO 032 "He Was A Friend Of Ours" in 2003. The version featured on this CD is lifted from the later upgrade (2004) circulated on ATM 227-228 "Experience - Coming soon to a theatre near you!" (straight transfer) and JPIO 033-034 "He Was a Friend of Ours - Remastered" (speed corrected), although somewhat equalized and slightly re-indexed.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 47, p.3-7 and Jimpress issue 77, p.34-36 for comprehensive reviews of the RAH Rehearsals New 2003 Source tape.
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  • Miami Special (Rattlesnake RS 190 / 2006 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B822
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show / Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 )
    notes:

    -
    The Fillmore-recordings have overdubbed applause to cover up tape-edits, and the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) is missing from the recording.
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  • Live At The Dans In! (Scorpio JH-040967 / 2006 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B640
    (Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67; 50:16)
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  • Second Gig At Denmark (Scorpio JH-070168 / 2006 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B839
    (Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show [Complete] plus Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tom Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton); 61:25)
    notes:
    - The Cover lists the location and date for the Tom Lopez interview as "Jimi's manager's office in London May 1968".
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  • Live At The Köln (Scorpio JH-011369 / 2006 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B876
    (Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 [2nd Source]; 54:54)
    notes:
    - This is a straight bootleg copy of JA 012 "Sporthalle, Cologne 13th Jan.1969 - 2nd Source Master" (identical to Disc 1 of the JA 064-065 "Germany 1969" set).
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 45, p.3-4 (online version available here) and Jimpress issue 75, p.17-18 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
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  • The Cry of Aloha ([No label] / 2006 / 1CDR [Mixed mode]) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI 01.08.70; 30:01 Audio + 4:21 Video)
    Tracklist: Audio: "Straight Ahead" (10) / "Ezy Rider" (43) / "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (18) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (64) / "Red House" (96) / Video: Silent colour footage with overdubbd sound ("Ezy Rider" (43))
    notes:
    - Video is in MPEG-format for Computer playback.

    - The Audio on this CD has no signal above 13kHz, which seems to suggest the recording has been severely compressed, and may even have gone through a MP3-conversion somewhere along the way. This assumption is however contradicted by the fact that the "official" version of the same recording - available as free RealAudio download at http://jimihendrix.com - has the same lack of high-end. The 2 versions sound almost identical, and are in any case the only circulating versions of this recording - at least for the time being.
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  • In The Studio Vol.1-10 (Reclamation RECD 1011 / 2006 / 10CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 386 of 1.000) ftbfs: B824-B833
    (Outtakes 1966-70)
    notes:
    - The first six discs of this set are the previously individually released "In The Studio" Vol.1-6 (Reclamation RECD 1001-1006). The last four discs are "new", although there's nothing new as such to the material featured in this set.
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  • Message From Nine To The Universe (Reclamation RECD 1012 / 2006 / 1CD) ftbfs: B837
    (Outtakes & Jams 1969-70)
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  • 3 Nights At Winterland (Reclamation RECD 1013 / 2006 / 6CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 673 of 2.000) ftbfs: B840
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete]) Stereo Sbd except 11.10.68; 1st Show: "Foxy Lady" (39), "Star Spangled Banner" (9) & "Purple Haze" (49): Aud
    notes:
    - This seems to be nothing more than reworked bootleg version of ATM 208-213 "The Winterland Reels". Some kind of sound processing has however made the recordings sound more like the ones featured on ATM 011-016 "Three Nights of Winter", although with the gain has been slightly boosted, and several "silent" in-between song passages have been edited out, making this set notable shorter and i.e. less complete than the ATM sets (although the purely musical content is the same). This factors combined makes this set inferior to ATM 208-213 "The Winterland Reels" in regard to both sound quality and completeness, and "The Winterland Reels" therefore remains the preferred choice as source for the Winterland recordings.
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  • 10 Tracks Performed Live At The Royal Albert Hall (Sunday Times - / UK / 2006 / 1CD) ftbfs:
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69)
    notes:
    - Promo CD given away with issue of The Sunday Times, september 2006. The release turned out to be unauthorized, and resulted in The Sunday Times being sued for damages by the Hendrix estate.
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  • Jimi Hendrix (Disky SI 903983 / EU / 2006 / 2CD) ftbfs:
    (Lonnie Youngblood material, Abtone Studios, New York City, NY 1966 / Scene Club, New York City, NY 07.03.68 [Jam with Jim Morrison a.o.] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals & Show)
    notes:
    - Semi-official release.
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  • Jimi Plays Berkeley / The Studio Outtakes ... 1966-1970 ([No label] - / Russia / 2006 / 1DVD+2CD) [Bootleg / Pirate] ftbfs: B868
    (Outtakes 1966-70 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Soundcheck, 1st Show & 2nd Show)
    DVD: "Jimi Plays Berkeley": Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Soundcheck, 1st Show & 2nd Show plus Audio only version of
    Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show [Complete]
    Audio CD 1-2: "The Studio Outtakes ... 1966-1970": Outtakes 1966-70
    notes:
    - The Berkeley DVD is a straight copy of the main portion of the official 2003 DVD "Live At Berkeley".
    - The Audio CDs are a copy of "The Studio-outtakses ... 1966-1970" (Radio Active RR2CD 048 / ftbfs: B804) with the complete content from the official
    "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year" CD Single added at the end of Disc 1.
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  • Sessions - And You'll Never Hear ... Surf Music Again (Scorpio JH-07003 / - / 2007 / 5CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B845
    • Disc 1: "The Baggies Sessions": Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Outtake 1969
    • Disc 2: "The Band Of Gypsies Rehearsals": Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st & 2nd Show
    • Disc 3: "Gypsy Sun And Rainbow Sessions": Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 07.07.69
    • Disc 4: "Jimi Are You High?": Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / United Block Association Press Conference at Frank's Resturant, Harlem, New York City, NY 03.09.69 / "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 09.09.69 (incl.interview)
    • Disc 5: "In Session": Outtakes 1969 incl. "Blue Window Jam" (1-2) > "Message To Love" (1) [with The Buddy Miles Express]
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  • Live at Berkeley (Woodstock Tapes WT 5102 / 2007 / 1CD Digipack ) ftbfs: B870
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - Bootleg re-issue of the official "Live at Berkeley" CD.

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  • Voodoo Blues #3 - Brilliant Outtakes, Demos, Sessions And More (Voodoo Sounds VOODOO BLUES #3 / 2007 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B843
    (Outtakes 1967-70 plus Drake Hotel Demo, New York City, NY apr.1968)
    notes:
    - The Majority of the material featured in this set (tracks 1-9) is lifted from the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set.
    - There seems to be multiple titles for this set; The Disc and spine of the cover says "Voodoo Blues #3", the inside of the tray says "Brilliant Outtakes, Demos, Sessions And More", and the back tray says "Brilliant Outtakes, Demos & Specials" and "Voodoo Blues #3".

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  • A Magic Time ( [No label] / 2007 / 1LP [Black vinyl]) ftbfs: B128
  • A Magic Time ( [No label] / 2007 / 1LP [Green vinyl]) ftbfs: B128
  • A Magic Time ( [No label] / 2007 / 1LP [Red vinyl]) ftbfs: B128
    (Halle Munsterland, Munster 14.01.69 [Almost Complete; 2nd Source])
    Tracklist: "Come On (Part 1)" (18) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (62) / "Red House" (41) / "Fire" (48) / "Foxy Lady" (53) / "All Along The Watchtower" (7) / "Hey Joe" (44) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (42) / "Purple Haze" (62)
    notes:
    - Newly (2007) surfaced, better sounding and more complete 2nd Aud Source from Munster 14.01.69. The recording features 2 songs not included on the 1st Source recording -"Come On (Part 1)" (18) and "Spanish Castle Magic" (62).
    - Source walkthrough: {1:18 of intro before the first song}, "Come On (Part 1)" (18), {cut between songs; 0:11 missing}, "Spanish Castle Magic" (62), {2 cuts between songs, 0:08 and 0:19 missing}, "Red House" (41) {fades out early; 0:07 of the end missing}, {audio resumes 0:21 before the next song (1:00 missing)}, "Fire" (48), {cut between songs; 0:09 missing (possibly not on source, but due to LP side change)}, "Foxy Lady" (53) {cut 0:05 after the song ends; unknown portion missing}, "All Along The Watchtower" (7), {cut 0:03 after the song ends, resumes 0:04 before the next song starts; 1:00 missing}, "Hey Joe" (44), "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (48), {cut between songs; 0:14 missing}, "Purple Haze" (62) {tape ends a couple of seconds after the song ends}.
    - Only released in Vinyl format (!).

    - Refer to Jimpress issue 84, p.13-17 for a comprehensive review of the available Munster recordings.
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  • Savage Beethoven (Rainbow Warrior Music RWM 0701 / 2007 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B842
    (Outtakes 1967-70 plus Halle Munsterland, Munster 14.01.69 [3rd Source]; 75:14)
    Tracklist: "Look Over Yonder" (1) / "51st Anniversary" (5) / "Lover Man" (7) / "Can You See Me" (11) / "Ezy Rider" (10) / "Freedom" (1) / "Drifter's Escape" (2) / "Earth Blues" (5) / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (3) / "It's Too Bad" (1i) / "Fire" (90) / "Rock And Roll Jam" / "Send My Love To Linda" (2) / Intro [Münster 14.01.69] / "Come On (Part 1)" (18) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (62) / "Red House" (41) / "Fire" (48) / "Foxy Lady" (53)
    notes:
    - This set includes officially released material.

    - The featured Munster portion (tracks 14-19) is an incomplete version of the newly (2007) surfaced 3rd Source, and consists of the first part of the concert; Intro / "Come On (Part 1)" (18) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (62) / "Red House" (41) / "Fire" (48) / "Foxy Lady" (53). This source seems to be recorded almost in line with the guitar amplifiers, and has about 35-40 seconds of the intro missing when compared to the 2nd Source available on the "A Magic Time" vinyl bootleg.
    -- Münster 3rd Source walkthrough (Part 1): {0:41 of intro before the first song}, "Come On (Part 1)" (18) {drop-out at 2:54, 2 drop-outs at 5:04 (none of these are tape cuts)}, "Spanish Castle Magic" (62), "Red House" (41) {cut at 8:38; 0:12 missing}, "Fire" (48), "Foxy Lady" (53) {fades out 0:13 after the song ends}.
    - The final part of the Münster recording has later been released on
    RWM 0702 "Electric Warrior".

    - Refer to Jimpress issue 84, p.13-17 for a comprehensive review of the available Munster recordings.
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  • The First Studio Sessions 1966/1967 (Rattlesnake RS 203/4/5/6 / 2007 / 4CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B847
    (Outtakes & Mono mixes 1966-67 plus BBC Sessions 1967 / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman])
    notes:
    - The material on the first 3 discs of this set is entirely in mono, even the tracks that are available in stereo, and most of the tracks labelled "acetate" are actually the left channel of the standard stereo mixes.
    The 4th disc - or the "Bonus Disc", as it says on the cover - consists only of the "Twenclub" recordings from Hamburg 18.03.67, and with a total time of just 19:30, the inclusion of this extra disc seems like a rather pointless waste.
    - This set includes officially released material.

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  • Keep On Groovin' (Beelzebub Records BSD 135-137 / 2007 / 3CDR) ftbfs: B728c
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 [Sbd Source] / Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 [Sbd Source]; 63:44 / 52:29 / 33:17)
    Disc 1: 20.06.69: "Stone Free" (19); 6:57 / "Are You Experienced ?" (16); 5:35 / "Villanova Junction" ( ); 0:44 / "Stone Free" ( 19 part 2); 1:08 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (32); 6:15 / "Fire" (63); 3:40 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (29); 8:23 / "Red House" (58); 7:25 / "Foxy Lady" (71); 4:37 / "Like A Rolling Stone" (12); 5:55 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (60); 8:29 / "Purple Haze" (80); 4:29
    Disc 2: 22.06.69: "Earth Vs. Space" (incl. "Midnight Lightning" (9), "Gypsy Eyes" (11), "Machine Gun" (7), "Red House" (59)); 12:59 / "The Things I Used To Do" (6); 6:05 / "We Gotta Live Together" (1); 19:22 / "Feel So Good"; 14:01
    Disc 3: 22.06.69 (Continued): JL11 ["Train Kept A-Rollin'"; 4:09 / "Power Of Soul" (40) > "Earth Blues" (11); 3:50 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (30); 3:41 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (61); 9:00] / JA12 [listed as "Fast Jam"] (incl. "Sunshine Of Your our Love" (33), "Come On (Part1)" (15), "Star Spangled Banner" (25)); 12:37
    notes:
    - Remastered from "Newport 1969 Pop Festival" (Watchtower WT 2001023/24/25 / ftbfs: B728), and nothing short of an "amazing upgrade" according to the label's own website ...
    - The back cover of this CD set is somewhat misleading in regard to number of tracks on discs 2 and 3; Although un-numbered, there are seemingly 9 tracks on disc 2 and 9 or 10 tracks on disc 3. In reality there are just 4 tracks on disc 2 and 5 tracks on disc 3. Refer to the tracklist above for detailed info about how the jams are split up.
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source.
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  • Electric Warrior (Rainbow Warrior Music RWM 0702 / 2007 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B846
    (Outtakes 1967-70 / Halle Munsterland, Munster 14.01.69 [3rd Source] plus Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King]; 76:56)
    Tracklist: "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (17) / "Lover Man" (3) / "Stepping Stone" (2) / "I Don't Live Today" (3) [the version from "Out Of The Studio 2" with 12 second edit at 1:23] / "Fire" (90) [tape cuts edited out along with some music] / "Rock And Roll Jam" / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "You Got Me Floatin'" (4) / "Gypsy Blood" (1) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (6i) [in very poor quality] / "Cherokee Mist" (1i) / "La Pouppee Qui Fait Non" / "Taking Care Of Business" (1) [fake stereo, slightly incomplete start] / "All Along The Watchtower" (7) / "Hey Joe" (44) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (42) / "Purple Haze" (62)
    notes:

    - The featured Munster portion (tracks 14-17) is an incomplete version of the newly (2007) surfaced 3rd Source, and consists of the final part of the concert; "All Along The Watchtower" (7) / "Hey Joe" (44) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (42) / "Purple Haze" (62).
    This source seems to be recorded almost in line with the guitar amplifiers, and runs about 15 seconds longer after the end of "Purple Haze" (62) when compared to the 2nd Source available on the "A Magic Time" vinyl bootleg.
    -- Münster 3rd Source walkthrough (Part 2): {the tape resumes 0:04 before the next song}, "All Along The Watchtower" (7), "Hey Joe" (44), {cut between songs; 0:24 missing}, "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (48) {0:03 silence at 6:24; tape playback stops and then resumes again at the same spot, so no music ismissing}, "Purple Haze" (62) {severe tape problems start at 1:54, and there are some drop-outs until 2:06, the sound continues to fluctuate for the remainder of the tape}, {tape ends 0:21 after the song ends}.
    - The first part of the Munster concert was previously released on RWM 0701"Savage Beethoven".

    - Refer to Jimpress issue 84, p.13-17 for a comprehensive review of the available Munster recordings.
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  • 2 Nights At The Fillmore East (Voodoo Chile Records VC9001 / 2007 / 6CD Box) [sealed] ftbfs: B859
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete]) Sbd & Aud Composite incl.material lifted from official releases
    notes:
    - After having been shut down by UK court rulings, the people behind the semi-official Reclamation label are back under a new name, and their first offering is more or less a straight copy of ATM 066-071 Rev.A "Box of Gypsys - Revised" with some non-musical passages edited out and the bonus tracks from Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 left off.
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  • Your Children Shall Be Born Butt Naked (Beelzebub Records BSD 152-153 / 2007 / 2CDR) ftbfs: B865
    (State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX 16.02.68 [Complete] / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show)
    Dallas, TX 16.02.68: Aud; Remastered from Disc 1 of ATM 107-108 "Way Down In Texas Land" (2nd Gen) / Fillmore East 10.05.68: Remastered from FTO 011 "Thank You! And I Just Blew Another Amp! - Fillmore East 1968" (1st Gen)
    notes:
    - This is the first commercial bootleg to feature an unedited version of the Fillmore East 1968 recording. It includes various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all pre-2007 bootleg versions of this show. It also includes 3:13 of "Wild Thing" (19), while most Collectors' Discs (incl. ATM 093 "Bill Graham Presentes The Jimi Hendrix Experience") only features 0:46 of this track, and relevant pre-2007 bootlegs fail to include the track all together.
    - The Title of this bootleg is taken from Jimi's introduction of "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ?" at Fillmore East 10.05.68; 2nd Show, where he says: "[tape cut] …a thing called ‘Let Me Come, Please Come Crawl Out Your Window (Or Else I’ll Put A Curse On You And All Your Children ... Shall Be Born Completely Butt Naked)’. There’s nothing wrong with that, obviously."
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  • Hendrix Live In Scandinavia Vol.1 (Voodoo Chile Records VC9002 / 2007 / 6CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 1.413 of 2.000) [sealed] ftbfs: B855
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Radiohuset, Stockholm 25.05.67 (Interview by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 / Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 / Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / "Tonarskvald", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67; 1st Show / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 / Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show / Radiohuset, Stockholm 08.01.68 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 68 Special") / Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 08.01.68; 1st Show) Sbd & Aud
    notes:
    - First part in a 2-part series featuring most of the circulating recordings from Hendrix' visits to Sweden and Denmark 1967-70. The material itself seems to be sourced from Jon's Attic-discs.
    - There are 9 tracks on disc 3 (Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67), but the cover only lists 7; "Foxy Lady" and "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" aren't mentioned.
    - The location for the 2nd show featured on disc 4 (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67) isn't mentioned, thereby making it seem like this is a second show from Akademiska Foreningen, Lund, which it of course isn't.
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  • Hendrix Live In Scandinavia Vol.2 (Voodoo Chile Records VC9003 / 2007 / 6CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition 2.000) [Digital Copy] ftbfs: B856
    (Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show / Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show [Complete] & 2nd Show / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70 / KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70) Sbd & Aud
    notes:
    - Second part in a 2-part series featuring most of the circulating recordings from Hendrix' visits to Sweden and Denmark 1967-70. The material itself seems to be sourced from Jon's Attic-discs.
    - There are 10 tracks on disc 1 (Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st Show), but the cover only lists 9; Track 10 - the outro - isn't mentioned.
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  • Live at Woodstock (Woodstock Tapes WT 5107 / 2007 / 1CD Digipack ) [sealed] ftbfs: B869
    (Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69)

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  • Shaking Funk! (Depaja Recordings DJ102 / - / 2007) [sealed] ftbfs: B143
  • Shaking Funk! (Depaja Recordings DJ102 / - / 2007) [sealed] ftbfs: B143
    (New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 [Complete*])
    [* The majority of the material on this CD is taken from the Sbd source, but "All Along the Watchtower" (11) is an Aud recording, and "Red House" (72) - although Sbd - is lifted from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts".]
    notes:
    - Vinyl release only (180g).
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  • (The Complete) Rainbow Bridge (Rock of Ages ROA 1001 / 2007 / 2CD) [sealed] ftbfs: B854
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete*]) Stereo Sbd [2nd Sbd Source]
    [* The intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) from the 1st Show is missing on the Sbd Source]
    notes:
    - Presumably remastered from ATM 018-019 "Bridge To Haleakala" or a similar tape.
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  • Blues at Midnight (Rock of Ages ROA 1004 / 2008 / 1CD) [sealed] ftbfs: B815
    (Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 plus Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King])
    Tracklist: Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68: "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (4) / "Stormy Monday" [listed as "Stormy Monday Blues"] / "Three Little Bears" (7) / JL1 [listed as "Instrumental Jam I in D"] / JL2 [listed as "Instrumental Jam II in A"] / "Little Wing" (7) / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68: JL4 [listed as "Blues Jam 1"]
    notes:
    - Vinyl replica reissue of Radio Active RRCD105.
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  • Live in Copenhagen (Rock of Ages ROA 1005 / 2008 / 1CD) [sealed] ftbfs: B811
    (Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 2nd Show plus Tivoli's Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show / Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show / KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70)
    notes:
    - Vinyl replica reissue of Radio Active RRCD088.
    - Bootleg re-issue of the UniVibes CD "Jimi in Denmark" minus the Copenhagen 10.01.69 interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Niels Olaf Gudme for Danish Radio "Afterbeat".
    - The liner notes claim this disc includes the complete 2nd Show from Copenhagen 10.01.69, but this is wrong.
    - Repackaged and reissued in 2007 as part of Voodoo Chile Records' 5CD Box set "Live And Unleashed".
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  • Live At Berkeley (Rock of Ages ROA 1006 / 2008 / 1CD) ftbfs: B820
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - Vinyl replica reissue of Radio Active RRCD087.
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  • Jimi Hendrix & Friends: Jammin' with Jimi (Voodoo Chile VC 9004 / New Zealand / 2008 / 6CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 1.483 of 2.000) [sealed] ftbfs: B863
    (Compilation of jams and rehearsals 1968-69: Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 / Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY aug.1969 / Mike Ephron Sessions, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY 13.09.69 plus Unidentified Live jam (possibly New York City Night Club march-apr.1968) / Generation Club, New York City, NY 07.04.68 [Jam with Buddy Guy] [from the Soundtrack of the unreleased D.A.Pennenbaker film "Wake At Generation"])
    notes:
    - This Box-set features a mix of Sbd and Aud recordings lifted/remastered from various Collectors' Discs.
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  • Electric Water in the Crater of the Sun (Beelzebub Records BSD 164-165 / 2008 / 2CDR) ftbfs: B864
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] + filler: Outtake 1970 ["Pali Gap" (2)]) Stereo Sbd [2nd Sbd Source]; Remastered from ATM 018-019 "Bridge To Haleakala" (2nd Gen) with the beginning of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) patched from the unaltered Aud source (the one without voice over)* / "Pali Gap" (2): Remastered from the CD "Voodoo Soup"
    [* The intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) from the 1st Show is missing on the Sbd Source]
    notes:

    - This is the most complete version of the Maui shows available to date.
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  • Pretend There's A Sky Above You (Beelzebub Records BSD 176-177 / 2008 / 2CDR) ftbfs: B867
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Complete*; Sbd Source] / Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto 03.05.69 [Complete]) Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69: Sbd; Remastered from "The LA Forum Concert" (Radio Active RRCD052) with parts of the intro and "Star Spangled Banner" (22) patched from 2nd Gen source / Toronto 03.05.69: Aud; Remastered from ATM 144 "Lookin' For Trouble" (1st Gen)
    [* Some tune-ups, audience noises and applause has been left out to make the show fit on a single disc.] .
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  • This Flyer (Scorpio JH-08018 / 2008 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B899
    (The Mike Ephron Sessions, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY 13.09.69 plus Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969; 70:17 / 61:53)
    Disc 1: The Mike Ephron Sessions: Jam 1 (JA11i) [listed as "Baroque.1"]: "Gypsy Boy" (3) > "Young Jimi" > "Free Thunder"> "Swift's Wing" > "Down Mean Blues" (i) > "Fried Cola" (i) / Jam 2 (JA12) > Jam 3 (JA13) [listed as "Baroque.2"]: "Feels Good" [listed as "Flying Virituoso" > "Spiked With Heady Dreams"] > "Monday Morning Blues" / "Lift-Off" (i) / Jam 4: "Madagascar" /
    "Key To The Highway" aka. "Jimi Is Tender Too" / "Stepping Stone" (3) aka."She Went to Bed With My Guitar"
    Disc 2: "Villanova Junction" (7) aka. "Strokin' A Lady On Each Hip" / "Earth Blues" (9) aka. "Giraffe" / "Baby Chicken Strut" (i) / The Woodstock Rehearsals: JA6 > JA7 [listed as "Message From Nine To The Universe"] / "Message To Love" (48) / "Mannish Boy" (46) [listed as Take 1] / "Mannish Boy" (47) > "Izabella" (19) > "You Make Me Feel" [listed as "Mannish Boy" Take 2] / JA4 (2) > JA5 (2) incl."Villanova Junction" (6) [listed as Villanova Junction"] / Home Recording: "Izabella" (26) > "The Rumble"
    notes:
    - "Cave Man Bells" is listed on the cover (Disc 1, track 5 - after "Key To The Highway"), but is not featured on the album.
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  • Studio Sessions Vol.1 (Voodoo Chile VC 9005 / New Zealand / 2008 / 6CD Box) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B862
    (Compilation of stuio outtakes, jams & home demos 1967-68 incl. Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 03.05.68 / Jack Bruce Jam, TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA 16/17.10.68)
    notes:
    - Material lifted/remastered from various Collectors' Discs incl.the ATM series.
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  • Studio Sessions Vol.2 (Voodoo Chile VC 9006 / New Zealand / 2008 / 6CD Box) ftbfs: B901
    (Compilation of studio outtakes, jams & rehearsals 1969 incl. John McLaughlin Jam, Record Plant, New York City, NY 25.03.69 / "Mannish Boy" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 22.04.69 / "Things I Used To Do" Jams [Jam with Johnny Winter], Record Plant, New York City, NY 07.05.69)
    notes:
    - Material lifted/remastered from various Collectors' Discs incl.the ATM series.
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  • Rockin' The USA Vol.1 (Voodoo Chile VC 9007 / New Zealand / 2008 / 6CD Box) [sealed] ftbfs: B902
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 03.02.68; 1st & 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 04.02.68 / Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show / State Fair MusicHall, Dallas, TX 16.02.68 / Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 17.02.68 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show / Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 / An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show) Aud except Worcester, MA 15.03.68 & Miami, FL 18.05.68: Sbd
    notes:
    - Material lifted/remastered from various Collectors' Discs incl.the ATM series. San Francisco, CA 04.02.68 & Worcester, MA 15.03.68 recordings lifted from the official Dagger Records releases.
    - The Fillmore East 10.05.68 version featured here is the older version with the shorter "Wild Thing" (19), and here it's listed as "Foxy Lady".
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  • Rockin' The USA Vol.2 (Voodoo Chile VC 9008 / New Zealand / 2008 / 6CD Box) [sealed] ftbfs: B903
    (Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA 27.04.69 [Complete] / Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 [Complete] / International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 [Complete] / Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 / The Fieldhouse, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 08.05.70; 2nd Show [Almost Complete] / New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 [Complete]) Aud except San Diego, CA 24.05.69 & Newport '69 Festival 20.06.69: Sbd / New York Pop 17.07.70: Sbd & Aud Composite (Sbd except Intro & "All Along the Watchtower" (11): Aud)
    notes:
    - Material lifted/remastered from various Collectors' Discs incl.the ATM series. Oakland, CA 27.04.69 presumably lifted from official Dagger Records release.

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  • Axis: Bold As Love - The Mono Mix + 10 Bonus Tracks (Reprieve Records R6281 / 2008 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B729b
    (Mono version of "Axis: Bold as Love", 1967 / Additional tracks: Alternate mixes taken from various European 7" Singles & LPs plus Unreleased mix, Curtis Knight material & excerpt from interview at Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tom Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton))
    notes:
    - The Cover of this CD is a reproduction of the US Mono album Reprise 6281, but the recordings used for this CD are not taken from that release.
    - There are actually 11 Bonus tracks on this CD, but the 11th - track 24 (the interview) - isn't listed on the cover.
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  • Stockholm Concert (Spanish Castle Magic SCM 20181 / 2008 / 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 848 of 1.000) [sealed] ftbfs: B332
    (Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - Vinyl replica reissue of Purple Haze HAZE 003.
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  • No More A Rolling Stone (Spanish Castle Magic SCM 20184 / 2008 / 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 663 of 1.000) [sealed] ftbfs: B789
    (Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 [Complete] / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete])
    notes:
    - Vinyl replica reissue of Purple Haze HAZE 004.
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  • Axis: Bolder Than Love (Spanish Castle Magic SCM 20185 / 2008 / 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 968 of 1.000) [sealed] ftbfs:
    (Disc 1: Studio 1967 [Unauthorized Remastered version of "Axis: Bold as Love", 1967] / Disc 2: l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete])
    notes:
    - Vinyl replica reissue of Purple Haze HAZE 010.
    -..
  • Electric Ladyland & Beyond (Spanish Castle Magic SCM 20187 / 2008 / 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 22 of 1.000) [sealed] ftbfs: B821b
    (Disc 1: Studio 1968 [Unauthorized Remastered version of "Electric Ladyland", 1968] / Disc 2: Outtakes 1967-68 incl."Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" Sessions [Record Plant, New York City, NY 03.05.68])
    notes:
    - Vinyl replica reissue of Purple Haze HAZE 011.
    - Several of the tracks on Disc 2 suffer from a rather substantial amount of hiss, and can be found in considerably better quality elsewhere.
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  • Live at the Royal Albert Hall (Spanish Castle Magic SCM 20188 / 2008 / 2CD) [sealed] ftbfs: B774
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals & [Complete] Show)

    notes:
    - Vinyl replica reissue of Purple Haze HAZE 007 "An Evening with The Jimi Hendrix Experience".
    - The Rehearsal tracks ["Hear My Train A-Comin'" (61) / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (29) / "Bleeding Heart" (19)] are taken from the New 2003 Source.
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  • Moonbeams & Fairytales (Rock Of Ages ROABOX 102 / 2008 / 22CD Box) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B904
    (Box set featuring nearly all circulating Hendrix recordings from 1966 and 1967 (Curtis Knight material excepted); Studio recordings, live recordings, BBC Sessions, interviews, outtakes, alternate versions, mono mixes, stereo mixes, altenate mixes etc. Featured live recordings include: "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 / "Saturday Scene", The Corn Exchange, Chelmsford 25.02.67 / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 / "Music Hall de France", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67 / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / Falkoner Centert, Copenhagen 21.05.67 / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 / Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 /
    "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67; 1st Show / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67) Sbd & Aud material drawn from a wide variety of sources, including official releases, Collectors' Discs and bootlegs
    notes:
    - Straight bootleg copy of the 2005 collector's set "Moonbeams & Fairytales - Jimi Saga (2) 66-67". This box set does however not include the upgraded and additional material introduced in the revised versions of that set.
    - Refer to the the original collector's set for a more detailed breakdown of the individual discs.
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  • Axis: Bold As Love (Polydor [fake] HEN-EXP-01 / - / 1LP Picture disc) ftbfs:
    (Bootleg picture disc reissue of Polydor's "Axis: Bold as Love")
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  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Karusell Gold Serie [fake] HEN-EXP-02 / - / 1LP Picture disc) ftbfs: B150
    (
    Bootleg picture disc reissue of Karusell Gold-serie 2499 006 "The Jimi Hendrix Experience"; Reissue of "Axis: Bold as Love".)
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  • Back From The Dead (Beelzebub Records BSD 180-181 / 2009 / 2CDR) ftbfs: B907
    (KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [Complete; 1st Source aka. "Old Source"]) Mono Aud; Remastered from ATM 084-085 "Copenhagen 03.09.70" (1st Gen except 7-8 sec. Crowd noises at the beginning of Disc 1: 2nd Gen)

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  • Overdriven Amplifiers (Scorpio JH 09027 / 2009 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B902
    (Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 (9) / Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallendale, FL 18.05.68; 2nd Show (4 + intro) / Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68 (7 + intro) / Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 [Jam with Eric Burdon & Jam] (2)*) Aud except Miami Pop Festival: Sbd
    [* "Mother Earth" and "Tobacco Road" are taken from the incomplete old version of the tape, and not
    the new and upgraded 2008 version.]
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  • Sessions Vol.2 (Scorpio JH-09030 / 2009 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B916
    (Outtakes 1967-70 incl."Power Of Soul" Sessions, "Bolero" Sessions, "Voodoo Chile" Sessions & "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" Sessions plus US Army Radio "In-Sound" june 1967 (Interview with Jimi and Noel by Harry Harrison)
    )
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  • One Minute To Tune Up (Beelzebub Records BSD 208 / 2009 / 1CDR) ftbfs: B910
    (Munsterland Halle, Munster 14.01.69 [Almost Complete; 2nd Source]; 56:49) Aud; Remastered from a CD transfer of the
    "A Magic Time" vinyl bootleg.

    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 84, p.13-17 for a comprehensive review of the available Munster recordings.
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  • Shokan House Rehearsals (Gypsy Eye Project GEP-059 / 2009 / 3CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B917
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969; 76:53 / 76:50 / 76:14)

    notes:
    - Bootleg copy of ATM 221-223 "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - Jammin' Back at the House".

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  • Stand Up For Once In Your Life (Beelzebub Records BSD 231-232 / 2009 / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B914
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Complete]; 50:04 / 36:07) Aud; 1st & 2nd Source merge; Remastered from
    ATM 130-131 "The Forum 1970 - Stereo"
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  • Enjoy Jimi Hendrix (Audio Archive AA 6928 / 2009 / 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 547 of 1.000) [sealed] ftbfs: B744
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Complete]; 45:59 / 39:54) Aud; 1st & 2nd Source merge; Lifted from
    the Collectors' Disc "Merge Vol.3" (TG Stereo effect mix)
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  • Are You Experienced (Barclay [fake] 0820 143 / 2009 / 1LP) ftbfs: B149
    (Counterfeit version of the French "Are You Experienced" Barclay LP)

    notes:
    - Black vinyl pressing but also avaliable in several other colours.
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  • Axis: Bold as Love (Barclay [fake] 0820 167 / 2009 / 1LP) ftbfs: B146
    (Counterfeit version of the French
    "Axis: Bold as Love" Barclay LP)
    notes:
    - Black vinyl pressing but also avaliable in several other colours.
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  • Band of Gypsys (Track [fake] 2406 012 / 2009 / 1LP [Black vinyl]) ftbfs:
  • Band of Gypsys (Track [fake] 2406 012 / 2009 / 1LP [Blue vinyl]) ftbfs:
    (Counterfeit version of the UK "Band of Gypsys"
    Track LP with puppet-cover)
    notes:
    - Available in (at least) red vinyl as well.
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  • Jazz Stuff 1969 (Gypsy Eye Project GEP-089 / 2009 / 1CDR) [Digital Clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Outtakes & Jams 1969-70; 69:09)
    Tracklist: Record Plant, New York City, NY 14.05.69: "Fuzzy Guitar Jam" (JS18) [listed as "Jam with Larry Young"]; 20:20 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 11.02.69: "Duane Hitchings Jam" (JS17) [listed as "Jam with Keyboards"] ; 13:42 / Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70: "Jam Thing" [listed as "Jam with Chris Wood & Dave Palmer"]; 19:03 / Hit Factory, New York City 06.09.69: "Stepping Stone" (1) [listed as "Stepping Stone - I'm A Man Jam"]; 16:00
    notes:
    - Bootleg copy of JA 022
    "Jazz Stuff ".
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  • The Bruce McLaughlin Winter Jams (Gypsy Eye Project GEP-091A/B / 2010 / 2CDR) [Digital Clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Jack Bruce Jam, Hollywood, CA 16/17.10.68 / John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 / "Things I Used To Do" Jams [Jam with Johnny Winter], Record Plant, New York City, NY 07.05.69)
    notes:
    - Material compiled and copied from various Collectors' discs.

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  • In From The Storm (The Swingin' Pig TSP 500-42/2 / 2010 / 2LP / Ltd.Numbered Edition Red Vinyl) (nr. 262 of 500) [sealed] ftbfs: B147
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70)
    notes:
    - The track sequence on disc 2 is incorrect.
    - Available in several colours of vinyl, each in limited editions of 500.
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  • Alternate Electric Ladyland (The Swingin' Pig TSP 500-59/2 / 2010 / 2LP / Ltd.Numbered Edition Clear Vinyl) (nr. 365 of 500) [sealed] ftbfs: B148
    (Outtakes 1967-69 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 plus The Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Session (aka. The Dirty Tape), Jimi's hotel room, The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 18.03.68)
    notes:
    - First bootleg apperance for "My Friend" (4-6).
    - Available in several colours of vinyl, each in limited editions of 500.

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  • English Castle Magic (Breakdown 377-A/B / 2010 / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B918
    (Boston Garden, Boston, MA 16.11.68 / Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI 27.11.68; 74:12 / 66:48) Aud
    notes:
    - Bootleg copy of ATM 139-140 "New England Patriot".
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  • Nothing But A Band Of Gypsys (Beelzebub Records BSD 247-249 / 2010 / 3CDR) ftbfs: B919
    (Disc 1-2: Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 [Complete] / Disc 3: Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus Outtakes, Hit Factory, New York City, NY 28.08.69; 67:01 / 59:53 / 73:16) Disc 1-2: Sbd Composite*; Remastered from ATM 239-240 "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Woodstock - Nothing But Primary Rhythm Things") / Disc 3: No accurate info available, but seemingly Remastered from ATM 003 "The Woodstock Rehearsals" with the track list re-arranged.
    [* Main source: 2nd or 3rd Gen; Eddie Kramer mix]
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  • The Crash Landing Masters (Polydor [fake] 2310 001 / 2010 / 1LP) ftbfs: B155
  • The Crash Landing Masters (Polydor [fake] 2310 001 / 2010 / 1LP) ftbfs: B155
    (Outtakes 1968-70: Original & Alternate versions of tracks released on "Crash Landing" 1975)
    Side A: "Message To Love" (6) / "Somewhere" (2) / "Crash Landing" (2) / "Lover Man" (2i) [listed as "Here Comes Your Lover Man"] / "New Rising Sun" (2)
    Side B: "Peace In Mississippi" (2) / "Power Of Soul" (36) [listed as "Anything Is Possible"] / "Stone Free" (5) / Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [listed as "MLK / New Rinsing Sun"] / "Gypsy Boy" (1i)
    notes:
    - Material lifted from "Crash Landing Unreleased Masters" (WatchTower WT 2004118 / ftbfs: B786); First and last track omitted, and the remaining tracks re-arranged.

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  • Other Side of Axis (The Godfatherrecords GR 520 / 2010 / 1CD) ftbfs: B922
    (Outtakes 1967 (Sotheby's tapes) plus Session with Love, Olympic Studios, London 17.03.70 (The Blue Thumb Acetate))
    notes:
    - T
    here's a digital glitch at 1:59 in the first track, "Jazz Jimi Jazz". This glitch originates from a flaw on the master and is present on all copies of the album.
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  • The Golden (Un)Plugged Album ([No label] GUA 002 JH / 2010 / 1LP) ftbfs: B157
  • The Golden (Un)Plugged Album ([No label] GUA 002 JH / 2010 / 1LP) ftbfs: B157
    (Home recordings & demos 1968-70; Refer to tracklist for details
    )
    Side A: "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (4) [Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"]] / "Cherokee Mist " (3) [listed as "Cm Jam"] [Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968] / "Gypsy Eyes" (7) [Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968] / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (4) [Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968] / "Angel" (5) [Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968] / "Long Hot Summer Night" (2, 3) [Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968] / "Hound Dog" (2) > "Stoop Down Baby" (3) [Home recording 1969 [from the unreleased film "Experience" aka."The Last Experience"]]
    Side B: "Scorpio Woman" incl. "Midnight Lightning" (25) & "Race With The Devil"[listed as "Scorpio Woman (Morning Symphony Ideas)"] [Home recording, Hawai 1970 (During filming for the "Rainbow Bridge" movie); From the official Dagger Records release "Morning Symphony Ideas"] / "Acoustic Demo" (JA18) [listed as "Twinkling Of A Shototing Star"] [Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY feb.1970; From the official Dagger Records release "Morning Symphony Ideas"]
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  • Be A Shame For All That Music To Go To Waste (Beelzebub Records BSD 263-264 / 2010 / 2CDR) ftbfs: B923
    (The Complete surviving BBC Session recordings, London 1967, incl. interviews [BBC Broadcasting House, London 13.02.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC Radio "Saturday Club") / BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 06.10.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC "Top Gear") / BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 15.12.67 (Interview by Tony Hall for BBC "Top Gear"] plus "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69)
    notes:
    - Remastered version of FTO 008-009 "BBC Radio" with the Lulu Show added from the official "BBC Sessions" set.
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  • The Real Crash Landing Album (Speed King 021 / 2010 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B786b
    (Outtakes 1968-70)
    Tracklist: Promo for "Message to Love" radio show; 7:08 / "Crash Landing" (2); 4:26 / "Somewhere" (2); 3:17 / "Power of Soul" (36); 5:49 / "New Rising Sun" (2); 8:27 / "Message to Love" (6); 3:34 / "Stone Free" (5); 3:40 / "Peace in Mississippi" (2); 5:26 / "Lover Man" (2i); 3:09 / Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [listed as "MLK / New Rising Sun"]; 6:22 / "Gypsy Boy" (1); 3:18 / "Captain Coconut" (2) > Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (11); 10:22
    notes:
    - Copy of "Crash Landing Unreleased Masters" (WatchTower WT 2004118 / ftbfs: B786).
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  • Forget Everything Else (Beelzebub Records BSD 268-269 / 2010 / 2CDR) ftbfs: B931
    (Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival), Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 25.05.69 [Complete] / Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 [Almost Complete]) Aud; Disc 1: Remastered from ATM 146 "Do You Know The Way? ".
    notes:
    - On the the cover disc 1 is listed as having 8 tracks, but the disc actually has 11, as some of the songs are split into several tracks.
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  • New York Experienced (Breakdown 420-A/B / 2010 / 1CDR+DVD-R) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B928
    (Audio CD: New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68 [Complete] / DVD: New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68 + Bonus: "Bouton Rouge", The Gaumont, Ipswich 01.04.67 / "Music Hall de France", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67)
    Tracklist DVD: New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68: Introduction / "Are You Experienced" ( ) / "Fire" ( ) / "Hey Joe" ( ) / "Wild Thing" ( ) / "Star Spangled Banner" ( ) / "Bouton Rouge", The Gaumont, Ipswich 01.04.67: "Purple Haze" (127) / "Wild Thing" (35) / "Music Hall de France", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67: "Stone Free" ( ) / "Hey Joe" (13) / "Wild Thing" (3) / "Wild Thing" (3) [from alternate broadcast]
    notes:
    - The featured audio disc is a bootleg copy of ATM 233 "Singer Bowl".
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  • Live in Europe '66-'70 (Rock Giants RG 7001 / - / 6CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition 1.000) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Disc 1: "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 [Broadcast & Outtakes] / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] / "Music Hall de France", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67 / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 21.05.67 / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 / Disc 2: "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Disc 3: Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 / Disc 4: Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17.01.69; 2nd Show / Disc 5: Sportpalast, Berlin 23.01.69 /Veijlby Risskov Hallen, Aarhus 02.09.70 [Complete] / Disc 6: Love And Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn 06.09.70)
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  • Jimi In Rehearsal (Rock Giants RG 7002 / - / 5CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition) (nr. 457 of 1.000) ftbfs:
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Jam with Mitch Mitchell, Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 01.02.70 / Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Rehearsals / Apartment jams 1969-70 (Details remain to be sorted out) / Cumberland Hotel, London 11.09.70 (Interview by Keith Altham for the "Record Mirror" Magazine))
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  • The Late Studio Sessions 1969-1970 (Rock Giants RG 7003 / - / 5CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition 1.000) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Outtakes 1969-70)
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  • Through The Haze: The Ultimate Experience (Polydor [fake] 185096 / 2010 / 2LP) ftbfs: B158
  • Through The Haze: The Ultimate Experience (Polydor [fake] 185096 / 2010 / 2LP) ftbfs: B158
    (Outtakes 1967-70 / Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show)

    Side A: "Title #3" [listed as "Between The Lines"] / "Little Miss Lover" (6) / "Earth Blues" (6) / "Purple Haze" (120) / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (2, 3 or 4) / "Little Wing" (16) / "Cherokee Mist" (15) > "In From The Storm" (12) > "Valleys Of Neptune" (26) [listed as "Cherokee Mist"]
    Side B: "If Six Was Nine" (4) / "It's Too Bad" (2) / "Highway Of Broken Hearts" > "Seven Dollars In My Pocket" > "Highway Of Desire" > "Midnight Lightning" (3) [listed as "Seven Dollars In My Pocket Blues"]
    Side C: "Fire" (92) / "Red House" (92) / "Foxy Lady" (24) / "I Don't Live Today" (49) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (17) / "Crying Blue Rain" (1)
    Side D: JS21 [listed as "Precision Debating"]
    notes:
    - Bootleg compilation of material mainly lifted from official releases.
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  • Roman Archives (Breakdown 426 / 2010 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B935
    (Teatro Brancaccio, Rome 25.05.68 [Complete 1st Show + fragment of 2nd Show]) Aud; Master > CDR
    notes:
    - Slightly altered bootleg copy of a Collectors' disc (The original version lacks index marks between the tracks from the 2nd Show. Here index marks have been inserted.)
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 93, p.54-57 for a comprehensive review of the Rome recording.

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  • Titan Top Show (Godfatherecords GR 562 / 2010 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B935
    (Teatro Brancaccio, Rome 25.05.68 [Complete 1st Show + fragment of 2nd Show]) Aud; Master > CDR
    notes:
    - Remastered version of a Collectors' disc.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 93, p.54-57 for a comprehensive review of the Rome recording.

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  • Electric Ladyland (Polydor [fake] 2612 037 / UK / - ) 2LP [Blue vinyl] ftbfs:
  • Electric Ladyland (Track [fake] 613 008 / UK / - ) 2LP w.poster [Multicoloured vinyl] ftbfs:
    (Counterfeit versions of the official 1968 album with the nude ladies cover)
    notes:
    - There have been several fake versions of the "Electric Ladyland" album released over the last 5-10 years, so here's a few easy ways to help tell the fakes from the genuie article: The fake ones will most likely look in suspicously good condition for a 40+ years old album (for instance no shelfwear on the cover), being a reproduction of the original, theartwork will look blury (especially natable where there's text), and most importantly: The official version of this album has never been released on coloured vinyl.

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  • Tryin' To Do Electric Music (Beelzebub Records BSD 284-285 / 2011 / 2CDR) ftbfs: B939
    (Disc 1: Teatro Brancaccio, Rome 25.05.68 [Complete 1st Show + fragment of 2nd Show] + filler: "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 [Complete Session] / Disc 2: Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show [Mix of 3rd & 1st Source] + filler: "It Must Be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68 [Complete]) Rome: Aud; Master (Remastered from Collector's disc) / "Hoepla": Sbd; No info available / Bologna: Aud; 1st Gen (3rd Source; First 5 tracks) & Master (1st Source; Last 2 tracks) (Compiled & Remastered from ATM 164-165 "Palasport di Bologna") / "It Must Be Dusty": Sbd; No Gen info (Remastered from ATM 164-165 "Palasport di Bologna")
    notes:
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 48, p.10-11 for a comprehensive review of the Bologna tapes.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 93, p.54-57 for a comprehensive review of the Rome recording.

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  • The Last Live Years (Breakdown 434-A/B / 2011 / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B940
    (Danbe County Coliseum, Madison, WI 02.05.70 [Complete] / Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin 04.09.70 [Complete]) Aud
    notes:
    - First Bootleg apperance of the complete Berlin 04.09.70 concert; Main portion taken from the 1st Source with "Power Of Soul" (46) and "Lover Man" (41) patched from the 3rd Source.

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  • It's Going To Be A Bit Loud (Godfatherecords GR - / 2011 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Koncerthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show [Complete]) Sbd
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  • Pipe Dream (The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label [fake] TAKRL 1959 / 2011 / 1LP [Yellow vinyl]) ftbfs: B023
  • Pipe Dream (The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label [fake] TAKRL 1959 / 2011 / 1LP [Orange vinyl]) ftbfs: B023
    ("Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete] plus Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Reissue of the classic "Pipe Dream" bootleg (ftbfs: B023) on a fake TAKRL label and with a new cover.

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  • Everybody Should Own One (The Missing Album) (Country Trash Records CTR 2020 / 2011 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B946
    (Outtakes 1967-1970; 76:13)
    Tracklist: "Send My Love To Linda" (1-3) / "Ships Passing In The Night" (1) / "Heaven Has No Sorrow" (2-4) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (2-7l) / "Midnight Lightning" (4) [listed as "Alcatrazz"] / "Night Bird Flying" (6) /"Bolero" (1) [listed as "Live And Let Live"] / "Highway Of Broken Hearts" > "Seven Dollars In My Pocket" > "Highway Of Desire" > "Midnight Lightning" (3i) [listed as "Highway Of Desire" > "Seven Dollars In My Pocket"] / "Midnight Lightning" (5) [listed as "Midnight Landing"] / "Angel" (5) / "Look Over Yonder" (1) / "Astro Man" (3i) Jam / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (4)
    notes:
    - Straight clone of the 2nd disc of the 2CD set "The First Rays Of The New Rising Sun" (Triangle PYCD 084-2; ftbfs: B398).

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  • Gypsy Sun & Rainbows Sessions (Gypsy Eye Project GEP-130A/B/C / 2011 / 3CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B947
    (Outtakes 1968-69; Refer to tracklist for details)

    Disc 1: Record Plant, New York City, NY 02.05.68: "Voodoo Chile" (Take 1) / "Voodoo Chile" (Take 2) / "Voodoo Chile" (Take 3) / "Voodoo Chile" (Take 4) / Hit Factory, New York City, NY 28.08.69: "Message to Love" (3) / "Message to Love" (50) (take 3) / "Easy Blues" (1) (complete) / "Easy Blues" (3) (edited) / "Easy Blues" (2) (more edited mix) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (13) (incomplete, unaltered) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (15) (composite, no overdubs)
    Disc 2: Hit Factory, New York City, NY 29.08.69: "Izabella" (1, 2) (reel 3 - takes 5 & 6) / " Izabella" (3) (reel 3 - take 7) / "Izabella" (4, 5) (reel 4 - takes 1 & 2) / "Izabella" (6) (reel 4 - take 3) / "Machine Gun" (1) / "Machine Gun" (2) (alternate take) / "Izabella" (25) (reel 4 - take 3, mono mix) / "Izabella" (28) (reel 4 - take 3, stereo mix) / "Machine Gun" (3) (composite, incomplete, narrow stereo) / "Machine Gun" (38) (composite, wider stereo) / "Machine Gun" (39) (edited composite, mono, no overdubs) / "Machine Gun" (40) (incomplete portion, alternate mix)
    Disc 3: Hit Factory, New York City, NY, unknown date: "Freedom" (29) Jam / Hit Factory, New York City, NY 04.09.69?: "Jungle Jam" > "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (3) / Hit Factory, New York City, NY 06.09.69: "Valleys of Neptune" (22) (instrumental); 3:57 / "Blues for Me and You" (2) / "Blues for Me and You" (1) (incomplete) / "Lover Man" (45) (incomplete, instrumental, stereo) / "Blues for Me and You" (3) (incomplete) / "Lover Man" (4) (instrumental, mono) / "Blues for Me and You" (4) (composite, edited) / Record Plant, New York City, NY 15.09.69: "Stepping Stone" (1)
    notes:
    - This set is i.e. just a bootleg copy of ATM 246-248 "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: New York City" with the track order slightly rearranged and the "Voodoo Chile" session added at the beginning. Even the front cover is a rip-off of the ATM set.
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  • People Land (Beelzebub Records BSD 290-291 / 2011 / 2CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Disc 1: Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show [Complete] plus Outtake 1968 / Disc 2: Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69; 1st Show) Copenhagen: Aud; "Far Tape" Master (with minor patches from the "Near Tape") - Speed corrected, Heavily EQ'd and lightly de-noised (Remastered) / Outtake ["1983 ... (A Merman I Should turn to be)" (3)]: Digitally Restored from "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story" (Remastered) / "Hoepla": Sbd; No info available / Stuttgart: Aud; 2nd Gen (Remastered)
    notes:
    - Disc 1 of this set is a Remastered version of ATM 027 "In the Land of the Midnight Sun".

    - Disc 2 is a Remastered version of the incomplete 2nd Gen tape that surfaced in 2010.
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  • Big Deal (Beelzebub Records BSD 281-283 / 2011 / 3CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Rehearsals, [Complete] 1st Show & [Complete] 2nd Show; 71:35 / 63:54 / 67:54) Sbd w.minor Aud patches; Remastered from Collectors' Discs
    notes:
    - This set features all circulating material from Berkeley, CA 30.05.70 with the exception of "Ezy Rider" (21) from the Afternoon Rehearsals / Soundcheck.
    - Disc 1-2 of this set is a Remastered version of the Collector's set "Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show - Complete Composite".
    .
  • At The Hollywood Bowl (Breakdown 474 / 2011 / 1CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA 14.09.68 [Almost Complete]; 68:06) Aud

    .
  • Beginnings 66-68 (Fat Freddy FF 69 / 2012 / 4CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition 1.000) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B705b
    ("Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / "Are You Experienced"-period Outtakes 1966-67 / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / "Axis: Bold As Love"-period Outtakes 1967 / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 / Acetates 1967 / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 / Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 / "Electric Ladyland"-outtakes 1968)
    notes:
    - Straight copy of the 4CD Box set "First Steps" (Pontiac).
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  • The Baggy Rehearsals & Gypsy Sun Rainbow Sessions (Fat Freddy FF 1983 / 2012 / 5CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition 1.000) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B845b
    notes:
    - Straight copy of
    "Sessions - And You'll Never Hear ... Surf Music Again" (Scorpio JH-07003).
    • Disc 1: "The Baggies Sessions": Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Outtake 1969
    • Disc 2: "The Band Of Gypsies Rehearsals": Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st & 2nd Show
    • Disc 3: "Gypsy Sun And Rainbow Sessions": Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 07.07.69
    • Disc 4: "Jimi Are You High?": Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / United Block Association Press Conference at Frank's Resturant, Harlem, New York City, NY 03.09.69 / "Dick Cavett Show", ABC TV Studio, New York City, NY 09.09.69 (incl.interview)
    • Disc 5: "In Session": Outtakes 1969 incl. "Blue Window Jam" (1-2) > "Message To Love" (1) [with The Buddy Miles Express]
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  • Rock Me Baby (Beelzebub Records BSD 320-322 / 2012 / 3CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Moodu Coliseum, Dallas, TX 03.08.68 / Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, IA 11.08.68 / New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68 ) Aud; Remastered

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  • Flyer (Pali Gap GAP 001 / 2012 / 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition 1.000) (nr. 292 of 1.000) ftbfs: B899b
    (The Mike Ephron Sessions, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY 13.09.69 plus Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969; 70:17 / 61:53)
    Disc 1: The Mike Ephron Sessions: Jam 1 (JA11i) [listed as "Baroque.1"]: "Gypsy Boy" (3) > "Young Jimi" > "Free Thunder"> "Swift's Wing" > "Down Mean Blues" (i) > "Fried Cola" (i) / Jam 2 (JA12) > Jam 3 (JA13) [listed as "Baroque.2"]: "Feels Good" [listed as "Flying Virituoso" > "Spiked With Heady Dreams"] > "Monday Morning Blues" / "Lift-Off" (i) / Jam 4: "Madagascar" / "Key To The Highway" aka. "Jimi Is Tender Too" / "Stepping Stone" (3) aka."She Went to Bed With My Guitar"
    Disc 2: "Villanova Junction" (7) aka. "Strokin' A Lady On Each Hip" / "Earth Blues" (9) aka. "Giraffe" / "Baby Chicken Strut" (i) / The Woodstock Rehearsals: JA6 > JA7 [listed as "Message From Nine To The Universe"] / "Message To Love" (48) / "Mannish Boy" (46) [listed as Take 1] / "Mannish Boy" (47) > "Izabella" (19) > "You Make Me Feel" [listed as "Mannish Boy" Take 2] / JA4 (2) > JA5 (2) incl."Villanova Junction" (6) [listed as Villanova Junction"] / Home Recording: "Izabella" (26) > "The Rumble"
    notes:
    - Straight copy of "This Flyer" (Scorpio JH-08018).
    - "Cave Man Bells" is listed on the cover (Disc 1, track 5 - after "Key To The Highway"), but is not featured on the album.
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  • Hey Joe I'm Stone Free (Pali Gap GAP 002 / 2012 / 2CD / Ltd.Numbered Edition 1.000) (nr. 220 of 1.000) ftbfs: B923b
    (The Complete surviving BBC Session recordings, London 1967, incl. interviews [BBC Broadcasting House, London 13.02.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC Radio "Saturday Club") / BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 06.10.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC "Top Gear") / BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 15.12.67 (Interview by Tony Hall for BBC "Top Gear"] plus "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69)
    notes:
    - Straight copy of "Be A Shame For All That Music To Go To Wast" (Beelzebub Records BSD 281-283); Remastered version of FTO 008-009 "BBC Radio" with the Lulu Show added from the official "BBC Sessions" set.
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  • Complete Berkeley 1970 (Pali Gap GAP 003 / - / 2012 / 3CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition 1.000) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B961b
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Rehearsals, 1st Show & 2nd Show)
    notes:
    - Straight copy of "Big Deal" (Beelzebub Records BSD 263-264).
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  • The Clock That Went Forward - Devonshire Downs 1969 (Pali Gap GAP 004 / - / 2012 / 3CD Box / Ltd.Numbered Edition 1.000) (nr. 808 of 1.000) ftbfs: B728d
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 / Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69)
    notes:
    - Straight copy of "Keep On Groovin'" (Beelzebub Records BSD 135-137).
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  • No Reason To Get Excited (Beelzebub Records BSD 344-346 / 2012 / 3CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B981
    (Sessions, Outtakes & Mixing Sessions1968 incl."All Along The Watchtower" Sessions, Olympic Studio, London 21.01.68, "All Along The Watchtower" Mixing Session, Olympic Studio, London 26.01.68, "Rainy Day" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 10.06.68, "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 14.06.68 & "Come On - Part 1" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 27/28.08.68) Sbd; Remastered

    notes:
    - Disc 1 of this set is a Remastered version of the Collector's Disc "Studio Sessions & Mixes; New Rising Sun / All Along The Watchtower / Come On Part 1", while discs 2-3 is a Remastered version of ATM 224-225 "Electric Ladyland - Sesssions June-August 1968".
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  • Diggin' In The Dust - Best Quality Studio Recordings 1969-1970 ([No label] - / - / 2012 / 1LP) ftbfs: B162
  • Diggin' In The Dust - Best Quality Studio Recordings 1969-1970 ([No label] - / - / 2012 / 1LP) ftbfs: B162
  • Diggin' In The Dust - Best Quality Studio Recordings 1969-1970 ([No label] - / - / 2012 / 1LP) ftbfs: B162
    (Outtakes 1969-70)
    Side A: "Izabella" (7) / "Message To Love" (4) / "Crash Landing" (1) / "Freedom" (7) / "Bleeding Heart" (4) / "Dolly Dagger" (2)
    Side B: "Power Of Soul" (36) [listed as "Power Of Love"] / "Izabella" (10) / "Stepping Stone" (4) / "Easy Blues" (2i) / "Earth Blues" (7)
    notes:
    - The Spine says "Diggin' In The Dirt".
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  • Groove The Big Apple Vol.1 (Beelzebub Records BSD 349-352 / 2013 / 4CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Disc 1: Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 / Disc 2: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show / Disc 3-4: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show) Disc 1: Sbd; No Gen info; Remastered - Disc 2-4: Sbd/Aud Composite - Remastered from ATM 066-071 "Box of Gypsys"
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  • We'd Like To Blast Your Ear Drums One More Time (Beelzebub Records BSD 371-373 / 2013 / 3CDR) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals & [Complete] Show + filler: Jimi's Apartment, Brook Street, London 24.02.69 (Interview + "Hound Dog" (2) from the Soundtrack of the unreleased motion picture "Experience")) Sbd except Brook Street recording: Sbd; 2 Source Composite - Remastered

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  • Diggin' In The Dust Vol.2 - Best Quality Studio Recordings 1969-1970 ([No label] - / 2013 / 1LP ) ftbfs; B163
  • Diggin' In The Dust Vol.2 - Best Quality Studio Recordings 1969-1970 ([No label] - / 2013 / 1LP ) ftbfs; B163
    (Outtakes 1969-70)
    Side A: "Freedom" (5) / "Drifter's Escape" (2) / "Stepping Stone" (5) / "Stone Free" (7) / Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [listed as "M.L.K" aka. "Captain Coconut"] / "Belly Button Window" (5)
    Side B: "Dolly Dagger" (2) / "In From The Storm" (1) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "Earth Blues" (5) / "Midnight Lightning" (4) [listed as "Keep On Groovin'" (Edit)]
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  • The Wizard (The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label [fake] TAKRL W-676870 / 2013 / 1LP [Black vinyl]) ftbfs: B018b
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 2nd Show plus Curtis Knight material 1967 / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Outtakes 1968)
    notes:
    - Reissue of "You Can't Use My Name" (ftbfs: B018)
    on a fake TAKRL label and with a new cover and new name.
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  • The Magician With The Guitar (Rattlesnake RS 254 /2013 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Halle Munsterland, Munster 14.01.69 [Almost Complete; 3rd Source]; 59:42)
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  • Warrior Of Love (Rattlesnake RS 257-258 /2013 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs: B992
    (KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [Complete] plus Veijlby Risskov Hallen, Aarhus 02.09.70 [Complete])
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  • Hoepla (Tarantura TCDJH-3 / 2013 / 1CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    ("Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 [Complete Session])
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  • The Rainbow Bridge Concert (Purple Haze HAZE 2LP001 / 2014 / 2LP) ftbfs: B164
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Sbd Source])
    notes:
    - 180g Vinyl Reissue of the 2002 set "The Rainbow Bridge Concert" (ftbfs: B749) (Remastered reissue of the bootlegs
    "Last American Concert Vol.1" (ftbfs: B014 / ftbfs: B354) & "Last American Concert Vol.2" (ftbfs: B015 / ftbfs: B355)).
    ..
  • Electric Ladyland Alternate (Beat UK BEAT70 / 2014 / 2LP) ftbfs:
    (Outtakes 1968 incl. the "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" Ssssions plus Session with Love, Olympic Studios, London 17.03.70 [The Blue Thumb Acetate])

    ..
  • Germany 1967 (Polyboy SLPM-1967 / 2014 / 1LP) ftbfs:
  • Germany 1967 (Polyboy SLPM-1967 / 2014 / 1LP) ftbfs:
    ("Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67)

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  • In The Legend (Tarantura TCDJH-4-1,2 / 2014 / 2CD) [Digital clone of original disc] ftbfs:
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Complete])
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COLLECTORS' DISCS
Due to the ever increasing number of ATM-titles and other Collectors' Disc being distributed via the various Hendrix-related mailing lists and bit-torrent download sites under various titles, it has become impossible for me to keep track of what has been and is being distributed, and where. Because of this, all references to trees, vines, weeds and bit-torrenrt downloads have been omitted all together in the following parts of this list.
Some exceptions do however apply: 1) Tape-, Mini Disc- and CDR-trees that circulated on the old Hey-Joe mailing list, 2) Discs that originated and / or came into general circulation as trees, vines, weeds or bit-torrent downloads, and 3) Discs that I personally think it's appropriate to identify this way for one reason or another. In these cases references to the relevant origin and initial method of distribution have been made.

Archived Traders' Material
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All recordings in theArchived Traders' Material (ATM) series are taken from the lowest generation masters available, and they have all been digitally restored unless otherwise indicated.
ATM discs are made by fans on a non-profit basis. If you've paid for them, it means that someone somewhere have been charging money for something they've obtained for free. In other words: You've been ripped off!
Detailed Tracklists with full info for ATM discs through january 2003 is available for downlad here.
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Please note that I do not condone commercial exploitation of the music of Jimi Hendrix (or any other artist). If it comes to my attention that any material recieved from me through trade is being sold or attempted sold for profit to third parties, I will immediately break all contact with the trader responsible. I will also ignore to fulfill any ongoing trades with this person, and I will furthermore see as my duty to do whatever I can to stop his or her commercial activity.

[ Discs no. 1 - 50 ] [ Discs no. 51 - 100 ] [ Discs no. 101 - 150 ] [ Discs no. 151 - 200 ] [ Discs no. 201 > ] [ ATM DVDs ]
[ Detailed Tracklists with full info for ATM Discs through january 2003 available for downlad here ]

  • The Band of Gypsys Rehearsals [aka."Baggy's Rehearsals"] (ATM 001 / 01.09.1998 / 1CDR)
    (Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69) 1st Gen - Speed corrected
    Tracklist: "Ezy Rider" (5i) / "Message to Love" (15-16) / "Ezy Rider" (6) / "Power of Soul" (38) / "Earth Blues" (8) / "Changes" (1-2) / "Lover Man" (5-6) / "Who Knows" (1-7) / "Message to Love (17-18)
    notes:
    - Same as JA 032-033 as "Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue" (tandem with ATM 009 "Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue").
    - Upgrade of the Baggy's material is available.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 75, p.37-51 for a comprehensive review of the recordings from the BOG Rehearsal Sessions. (Earlier review in "From the Benjamin Franklin Studios" 2nd edition p.208-212 (Appendix L) is somewhat dated.)
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  • The Electric Lady Mixing Sessions (ATM 002 / 01.09.1998 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1970) Low Gen
    Tracklist: "Nightbird Flying" (9) Mixing Session / "Dolly Dagger" / "Freedom" (8) Overdub Session / "Drifting" (8) Overdub Session
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  • The Woodstock Rehearsals (ATM 003 / 01.09.1998 / 1CDR)
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus Outtakes, Hit Factory, New York City, NY 28.08.69) Low Gen
    Tracklist: "Easy Blues" (1) / "Sundance" (2) / "Message To Love" (3) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (13i) / "Lover Man" (21-22) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (33) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (39) / "Izabella / Machine Gun Jam" (JA6) / "Univibe Jam" (JA7) / "Message To Love" (48) / "Mannish Boy (46-47) / "Izabella" (19) / "You Make Me Feel" (1)
    notes:
    - Upgrade of the Woodstock Rehearsals material is available.
    - Upgrades of the 1969 outtakes are available.
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  • Live in Milwaukee (ATM 004 / 05.12.1998 / 2CDR)
    (The Scene, Milwaukee, WI 28.02.68; 1st Show [Complete] & 2nd Show [Almost Complete]) Aud; 1st Gen ? [Master > DAT > Cassette > CDR *] - Digitally Restored (Eq'd & edited **)
    [* There's some confusion sorrounding the exact lineage for this set, but this is most likely correct. It is however possible that it's in fact a copy of the Master, with no cassette in the lineage. ** The Raw version of this tape has the following cuts during the 1st Show: Intro has 5 cuts and silence, "Tax Free" (17) has a short cut and silence at 0.21, and "Red House" (91) has a short cut and silence at 1.31; These cuts have all been spliced together here.]
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 61 p.57-58 & issue 62, p.6-13 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
    - Raw Source version is available.
    - A re-transfer of this tape (from the original Master) is also avilable.
    - A Digitally Restored version of the re-transfer is also available.
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  • To the Highest Bidder - Sotheby's Plus (ATM 005 / 23.01.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1967-68: The Sotheby Tapes plus Studio Center Studios, New York City, NY 13.03.68; 73:16) Very Low Gen - * speed corrected
    Tracklist: "Wait Until Tomorrow" (2) / "Ain't No Telling" (3) / "Castles Made Of Sand" (3) / "One Rainy Wish" (5) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (1) / "Jazz Jimi Jazz" / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (2) / "South Saturn Delta" (1) / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (1) / "Little One" (2) / "EXP" (2) * / "Up From The Skies" (3) * / "She's So Fine" (4) * / "Somewhere" (1) * / "Bold As Love" (2) / "Little Miss Strange" (1) / "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be" (1) / "Bold As Love" (3 > coda of 4)
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  • LA Without the Words (Rainy Day Discs / ATM 006 / 12.03.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1969-70) Low Gen
    Tracklist: "Ezy Rider / Dance" (2) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (22) / "Bolero" (3) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (1) / "Things I Used To Do" (4) / "Lover Man" (2) / "Midnight Lightning" (4) / "Peace In Mississippi" (1) / "Lord I Sing The Blues For Me And You" (5) / "Lover Man" (false start) > "Dancing Blues" aka "Hollywood / Duet Jam" (JS3)
    notes:
    - Same as Disc 2 of JA 034-035 "The Electric Church".
    - The initial edition of this set was sourced from material that had a MiniDisc in the lineage.
    - Material from the KPFA Tapes.
    - More material from the KPFA Tapes is available on ATM 057-058 "The KPFA Tapes / Sound Center Studios", ATM 187-191 "Hendrix for Everyone" and the Collectors' Disc "The KPFA Tapes".
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  • Villanova Junction (ATM 007-008 / 12.03.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70 incl. Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69) Low Gen; Mostly 3rd & 4th Gen
    Disc 1: "All Along The Watchtower" (2) / "Calling All Devil's Children" (2) / "Country Blues" (2) / "Astro Man" (3) Jam / "Red House" (7) / "Ships Passing In The Night" / Drums / "Villanova Junction" (14) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "Belly Button Window" (5) / "Three Little Bears" (5) / "South Saturn Delta" (5) > Jam / "Stepping Stone" ( )
    Disc 2: "Freedom" (1) / "Lover Man" (7) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (23) / "Freedom" (3) / "Dolly Dagger" (2) / "Bleeding Heart" (4) / "Earth Blues" (5) / "Ezy Rider" (10) / "Izabella" (10) / "Ezy Rider" (7) / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (4) / "Backwards Guitar Experiment" / "Send My Love To Linda" (1-3) / "Ezy Rider" (12) Jam > Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) / JS21 / "Midnight Lightning" (1)
    notes:
    - Same as JA 037-038 "Villanova Junction".
    - The initial edition of this set was sourced from material that had a MiniDisc in the lineage.
    - Featuring material found on "Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.1-3" (ftbfs: B621 / B622 / B623) but in slightly better quality (Lower Gen and no de-noising).
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  • Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue (Rainy Day Discs / ATM 009 / 12.03.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1969-70 incl. Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 07.11.69 & 14.11.69 [Complete]) Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen
    Tracklist: Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 [Complete]: JS21 / JS22 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 07.11.69 [Complete]: JS 23 (1) / Outtakes 23.09.69: "Honeybed" (1-4) Session / Outtakes 23.01.70: "Ezy Rider "(12) Jam > Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7)
    notes:
    - Same as Disc 2 of JA 032-033 "Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue" (tandem with ATM 001 "The Band of Gypsys Rehearsals").
    - The initial edition of this set was sourced from material that had a MiniDisc in the lineage.
    - Alternate version (featuring additional material) is available as "Outtake Masters: Lonely Avenue".
    - Upgrade of the Buddy Miles Jam 14.11.69 is available.
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  • New York Pop '70 (ATM 010 / 26.03.1999 / 1CDR)
    (New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 [Complete]; 57:49) Sbd; Low Gen except Concert Intro & "All Along the Watchtower" (11): Aud; No Gen info / "Red House" (72): Sbd; Remixed from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts"
    notes:
    - The Main source used for this disc has a MiniDisc in the lineage.
    - The Main source used on this disc runs too slow (Thanks to Robert N. for pointing this out).
    - Also in circulation as part of 2CD set in tandem with ATM 095 "Fuck off, these are my friends !". (An alternate 2CD Set - Gypsy Sun & Rainbows 007-008 (23.08.2005) - also features the Sbd Source (Complete Show), the 1st Aud Source & the 2nd Aud Source (Larry Yelen Tape). On that set the Sbd source is however not from ATM 010 "New York Pop '70", but lifted from the bootleg "Message To Love" (ftbfs: B352), with the exception of "Red House" (72), which is lifted from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts". Also, the featured version of the 1st Aud Source is missing "Stone Free" (24) and has been pached with the Sbd version of that track.)
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  • Three Nights of Winter (ATM 011-016 / 16.03.1999 / 6CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete]) Stereo Sbd; 2nd Gen except 11.10.68; 1st Show: "Foxy Lady" (39), "Star Spangled Banner" (9) & "Purple Haze" (49): Aud (1st Aud Source); 3rd Gen ?
    notes:
    - An alternate version of this set substitutes the 11.10.68; 1st Show Aud tracks on Disc 3 with the Chicago, IL 25.02.68 Aud recording
    - Also in circulation as 3 separate 2CD-sets
    - Upgrade is available
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  • Three Nights of Winter (Alternate Version) (ATM 011-012 / 013 B / 014-016 / 16.03.1999 / 6CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show & [Complete] 2nd Show / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] plus Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL 25.02.68) Winterland: Stereo Sbd; 2nd Gen / Chicago: Aud; 3rd Gen
    notes:
    - This Alternate version of "Three Nights of Winter" follows the Whoopy Cat-tradition ("Winterland Vol.2" (ftbfs: B458)) of adding the Chicago Aud Recording from 25.02.68 as supplement to the available Sbd tracks from Winterland 11.10.68; 1st Show on Disc 3, instead of adding tracks from the Winterland Aud recording to make up for the missing Sbd tracks..
    - Upgrade of Chicago, IL 25.02.68 is available
    - Upgrade of the Winterland material is available
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  • Soundboard Series Vol.2 (ATM 017 / 23.04.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 ["The 2nd half Soundboard tape"] / Veijlby Risskov Hallen, Aarhus 02.09.70 [Complete]) Atlanta: Mono Sbd; 2nd Gen / Aarhus: Aud (Sbd quality); Master
    notes:
    - The Aarhus 02.09.70 show was aborted after 3 songs had been played; "Freedom" (25), "Message To Love" (44) & "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (12).
    - The set is sourced from material with a MiniDisc in the lineage.
    - Upgrade of Atlanta 04.07.70 is available
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  • Bridge To Haleakala [aka. "The Maui Concerts"] (ATM 018-019 / 03.05.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete*]; 55:35 / 51:53) Stereo Sbd [2nd Sbd Source]; 2nd Gen
    [* The intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) from the 1st Show is missing on the Sbd Source]
    notes:
    - An alternate version of the 1st Show (Disc 1) with the missing Sbd-portion patched from the Aud source (with voice-over) is available.
    - This material has a MiniDisc in the lineage before the final transfer to CDR.
    - Several other versions of this exact same transfer are in circulation with linages listed as for instance "Stereo Safety Master > VHS tape > CDR" or "Stereo Safety Master; 2nd analog gen" etc. Most of these versions are identical, and they all (or at least the ones I've come across) have a MiniDisc (MD) in the lineage although this isn't mentioned. A version without MD in the lineage didn't appear until 2011, when a 2nd transfer was made. Without a MD in the lineage, this 2nd transfer was of course an upgrade of all previously circulated versions of the tape, including this set, as well as all bootlegs derived from it. The easiest way to tell the two transfers apart, is probably by checking the number of tracks on the discs; The original transfer has 13 tracks on disc 1 and 14 tracks on disc 2, while the 2nd transfer (upgrade) has 12 tracks on disc 1 and 11 on disc 2. (There's no difference in musical content, just in the number of index marks.) Also, the total time for the 2nd transfer (upgrade) discs are 54:59 and 51:04, while the original transfer discs are slightly longer and clock in at 55:35 and 51:53.
    - Upgrade (2nd transfer without MD in the lineage) is available.
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  • Watchout for the Fuzz (ATM 020-022 / 12.04.1999 / 3CDR)
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; Rehearsals, [Copmplete] 1st Show & [Complete] 2nd Show + Alternate version of "Purple Haze" (92)) Rehearsals: Sbd; 2nd & 3rd Gen except "Ezy Rider" (21): Lifted from the "Jimi Plays Berkeley"-video [Laser Disc edition) / 1st Show: Sbd; 2nd & 3rd Gen except "Purple Haze" (92) & "Star Spangled Banner" (35): Aud; No Gen info (Enhanced and cleaned up); "Freedom" (17): Remixed from the "Jimi Plays Berkeley" 3 track CD (The sound expanded to obtain a sound-mix that resembles the rest of the source material); "Purple Haze" (92) (Sbd version): Lifted from the "Soundtrack from the Film Jimi Hendrix" Vinyl / 2nd Show: Sbd; 1st Gen except "Hey Joe" (53): lifted from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts"
    notes:
    - This set features all circulating material from Berkeley, CA 30.05.70
    - An Alternate versions of this set - without "Ezy Rider" (21) and the Sbd version of "Purple Haze" (92) - is also in circulation
    - Incomplete Upgrade of 1st & 2nd Show is available
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  • Music of the Spheres ... Voices of the World (ATM 023-024 / 22.04.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Stimmen der Welt, Großer Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna 22.01.69; 1st Show [Complete] & 2nd Show; 46:15 / 33:56) Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored / Remastered *
    [* EQ'd, de-glitched, major dropouts and splices blended]
    notes:
    - A 45 min's 1st Gen recording of the opening act Eire Apparent is also available, but it's unknown if the recording is from the 1st or 2nd show.
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  • Down Here on the Farm [aka. "East Afton Farm"] (ATM 025-026 / 22.04.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70 [Complete Show plus Pre-show interview by French Radio] plus Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin 04.09.70 [Backstage interview by Chris Bromberg & uidentified 2nd person for BFBS (British Forces Broadcasting Service)]) Isle of Wight: Mono Sbd; 3rd Gen / Berlin interview: from Radio Broadcast
    notes:
    - The set is sourced from material with a MiniDisc in the lineage.
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  • In the Land of the Midnight Sun [aka. "Copenhagen '69"] (ATM 027 / 13.03.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show [Complete] plus Outtake 1968; 74:05) Copenhagen: Aud; "Far Tape" Master (with minor patches from the "Near Tape") - Speed corrected, Heavily EQ'd and lightly de-noised / Outtake ["1983 ... (A Merman I Should turn to be)" (3)]: Digitally Restored from "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story".
    notes:
    - Oops; There's only Midnight Sun north of the arctic circle, so Denmark can hardly be described as "The Land of the Midnight Sun" ...;-)
    - The Copenhagen recordings are also featured as part of JPIO-II 033-036 "Rabalder in Teateret".
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  • Stockholm 31.08.70 [aka. "Guitar in the Garden"] (Moonshine / ATM 028-029 / 12.03.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70 [Complete; 2nd Source ("Loud Guitar Source")] plus "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman]; 60:01 / 59:40) Stockholm: Aud; Master / Hamburg: Sbd; 5th Gen ?
    Disc 1: Stockholm 31.08.70: Intro; 2:57 / "Lover Man" (40); 3:30 / "Catfish Blues" (12) > "Midnight Lightning" (20) > Drums; 2:30 / "Ezy Rider" (28); 4:33 / "Red House" (77); 10:17 / "Come On (Part 1)" (16); 6:54 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (20); 5:37 / "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (10); 9:34 / Drums; 4:34 / Drums cont'd; 1:29 / "Message To Love" (42); 8:23
    Disc 2: "Machine Gun" (29); 15:35 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (84); 8:02 / "In From The Storm" (7); 4:14 / "Purple Haze" (103); 6:01 / "Foxy Lady" (95) > "Star Spangled Banner" (43); 6:30 / Hamburg 18.03.67: Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman; 1:44 / "Foxy Lady" (5); 3:26 / "Hey Joe" (12); 4:03 / "Stone Free" (7); 3:31 / "Fire" (4); 3:16 / "Purple Haze" (9); 3:25
    notes:
    - Upgrade of Hamburg 18.03.67 is available.
    - Upgrade of Stockholm 31.08.70 incl.a considerably longer intro (8:57) is available on JPIO-II 067-068 "Sorry for the Intermission".
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  • Praying at the Temple (Moonshine / ATM 030 / 12.03.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Temple University Stadium, Philadelphia, PA 16.05.70) Aud; No Gen info
    notes:
    - Upgrade is available
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  • Soundboard Series 1 [aka. "Hamburg / Stockholm / Miami"] (ATM 031 / 23.04.1999 / 1CDR)
    ("Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 [Complete] / Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 ) Hamburg: Sbd; 3rd Gen / Stockholm: Sbd; 2nd Gen / Miami: Sbd; Master
    notes:
    - The set is sourced from material with a MiniDisc in the lineage.
    - Hamburg 18.03.67 in better quality than previously available on ATM 028-029 "Stockholm 31.08.70"
    - Upgrade of Stockholm 05.09.67 is available
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  • Earth Vs. Space: The Newport Legacy (ATM 032-034 / 22.06.1999 / 3CDR)
    (The Complete Recordings from the Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 & 22.06.69: 20.06.69 [Sbd Source] / 20.06.69 [Aud Source] / Newport Jam 22.06.69 [Sbd Source] / Newport Jam 22.06.69 [Aud Video Source] + Reconstructed version [Composite] of "Things I Used To Do" (6) [22.06.69]; 63:05 / 75:06 / 77:21) Sbd & Aud; Low Gen
    notes:
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the 20.06.69 Sbd Source.
    - An alternate version of this set - featuring a re-arranged track order - is in circulation as a 4CD set
    - Upgrade of the 20.06.69 Sbd is available
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  • Apartment Jams (ATM 035 / 06.05.1999 / 1CDR)
    (The Apartment Jams, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969 [The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"] ["Country Blues (4) Jam" / JA16 / JA14 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (6) / "Astro Man" (6) > "Valleys Of Neptune" (25) / JA15 > "Power Of Soul (39) Jam"]) 3rd Gen (with dropouts patched from the Major Tom Bootleg "Sessions 4" (ftbfs: B593)) - Pitch corrected to match standard tuning, Moderately EQ'd & lightly de-noised
    notes:
    - Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.
    - There are some cuts and a big one channel dropout in JA16. These flaws seem to be in the original reel source used for all copies in circulation. (These cuts were edited and spliced on "Spicy Essence - Apartment Jam 70" (ftbfs: 400)).
    - Minor improvement (more complete and slightly better sound) over "Sessions 4" (ftbfs: B593), and considerably better than other available versions.
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  • Short Stories (Moonshine / ATM 036 / 17.05.1999 / 1CDR)
    ("Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 ["Killing Floor" (5) / "Hey Joe" (6) plus Interview with J.L.Ramcurel] / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 [Complete Show; Broadcast & Outtakes] ["Hey Joe" (11) / "Purple Haze" (8) / "Hey Joe" (10) / "Purple Haze" (7)] / "Music Hall de France", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67 ["Hey Joe" (13) / "Wild Thing" (3)] / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 ["Stone Free" (8i) / "Hey Joe" (14) / "Purple Haze" (11)] / Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 21.05.67 ["Wild Thing" (29) plus Iinterview by Carsten Grolin for Danish Radio "Beat Forum"] / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 ["Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (5) / "Foxy Lady" (14) / "Wild Thing" (9i)] / Unidentified Live jam (possibly New York City Night Club march-apr.1968) ["Hoochie Coochie Man" (3)] / Generation Club, New York City, NY 07.04.68 [Jam with Buddy Guy] [from the Soundtrack of the unreleased D.A.Pennenbaker film "Wake At Generation"] [JL 3] / Radio Advert for the Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI 28.08.1968 show / Home recording 1969 [from the unreleased film "Experience" aka."The Last Experience"] ["Hound Dog" (2)] / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 [Aud Source; Interview with Taper / "Message To Love" (22)]; 70:39) Aud & Sbd; Low Gen
    notes:
    - Upgrade of "Christmast Continued" 22.12.67 is available.
    - Roy Buchanan was formerly believed to have participated in the 07.04.68 jam, but this is wrong. The featured guitarist is most likely Dave Woods, with Ed "Bugs" Gregory on bass, and possibly Glenway McTeer on drums.

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  • Hollywood Bowl [aka. "Hollywood Nights"] (ATM 037 / 1999 / 1CDR)
    (Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA 14.09.68 [Almost Complete]; 68:20) Aud; 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - Identical to the Hey-Joe CDR Tree-version of 1999.
    - Revised version is available / Generation upgrade is available (1st Gen) / ATM upgrade is available (1st Gen).
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  • Hollywood Bowl [aka. "Hollywood Nights"] (ATM 037 Rev A / 2000 / 1CDR)
    (Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA 14.09.68 [Almost Complete]; 71:39) Aud; 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 037 "Hollywood Bowl".
    - Generation upgrade is available (1st Gen) / ATM upgrade is available (1st Gen).
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  • French Kiss [aka. "Montreal Sauvé"] (ATM 038 / 09.06.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Paul Sauvé Arena, Montreal 02.04.68 [Complete]; 45:05) Aud; 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - Revised version is available.
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  • French Kiss [aka. "Montreal Sauvé"] (ATM 038 Rev A / 1999 / 1CDR)
    (Paul Sauvé Arena, Montreal 02.04.68 [Complete]; 47:35) Aud; Maste Clone - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 038 "French Kiss".
    - Also available in tandem with ATM 039 "Hunter / Hilton" as "Experience This !".
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  • Hunter / Hilton (ATM 039 / 01.08.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Hunter College, New York City, NY 02.03.68; 2nd Show / International Ballroom, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC 10.03.68; 1st Show plus BBC "Saturday Club", London 28.03.67) Hunter College: Aud; 2nd Gen* - Speed corrected (+2,9%) / Washington, DC: Aud; 2nd Gen* / BBC "Saturday Club": Sbd; No Gen info
    [* The Hunter College and Hilton Hotel recordings were formerly believed to be Master clones, but when 1st Gen upgrades for both shows surfaced in 2007 it became apparent that these most likely are 2nd Gen recordings. (The 1st Gen version of the Hilton show is currently not in circulation.)]
    notes:
    - Also available in tandem with ATM 038 Rev A "French Kiss" as "Experience This !"
    .
    - Upgrade of the Hunter College recording
    is available.
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  • Auf Wiedersehen (ATM 040 / 09.06.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Love And Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn 06.09.70 [3rd Source]) Aud; 3rd Gen (Straight transfer)
    notes:
    - Upgrade is available
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  • San Diego '69 [aka. "Six Strings in San Diego"] (ATM 041 / 01.06.1999 / 1CDR)
    (International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 [Complete] + Alternate mix of "Purple Haze" (78); 73:51) Sbd; 2nd Gen [dropout in "I Don't Live Today" (39) patched with the version from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts"] except Alternate mix: Sbd; 1st or 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored / EQ'd
    notes:
    - Also in circulation as "The Cat with the Bebop Hat"
    • Bonus Disc: International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 [Almost Complete*] + Alternate mix of "Purple Haze"(78); 73:31 - Sbd; 2nd Gen (Raw Source) except Alternate mix: Sbd; 1st or 2nd Gen
      [* Dropout in "I Don't Live Today" (39)]
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  • Konserthuset [aka. "For the Goddess of Asgaard"] (ATM 042-043 / 02.06.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete]) Stereo Sbd; 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - The set is sourced from material with a MiniDisc in the lineage.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 40, p.8-16 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
    - Two different upgrades are available: Master / Master & 2nd Gen Composite.
    - Recordings of the opening act Jethro Tull's performances are available on the bootlegs "Flute Cake" and "Nothing is Easy" a.o., plus - in better quality - on Collectors' Discs.
    - Recommended Video Companion set: "Live in Stockholm, Sweden Jan.9, 1969" (Klipped Records).
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  • Drinking Wine, Sipping Time (ATM 044 / 02.06.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus Mike Ephron Sessions, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY 13.09.69 / Outtake 1969) Low Gen - De-noised
    Tracklist: Track 1: "Key To The Highway" / Track 2: "Flute Jam" (from JA3-JA5 "leakage channel") / Tracks 3-8: JA3 > JA4 > JA5 / Track 9: JA3 > Jams > "Villanova Junction" (JA4-JA5) ("Flute Jam" mixed out) / Track 10: "Stepping Stone" (16i)
    notes:
    - Tracklist as listed on the cover: "Drinking Wine"; 8:19 / "Juma Jam"; 13:14 / "Summer Jam"; 4:29 / "Jimi's Tune"; 4:37 / "Villanova Junction"; 10:22 / "Here Comes The Sun"; 4:49 / "Drinking Wine"; 6:12 / "Message To The Universe"; 2:16 / "Jam with Mitch" (mono); 12:30 / "Stepping Stone"; 1:08.
    - Notes about the individual tracks: Track 1 is "Key to the highway" from the Ephron sessions. It's on the LP "Jimi Hendrix At His Best Vol.2" (ftbfs: A023) under the title "Jimi Is Tender Too". Tracks 3-8 are the complete JA3-JA5 jam from Shokan. Track 3 corresponds to JA3 (the way Jimpress divides things up), and JA4 is track 4, roughly, although track 4 extends a little beyond what Jimpress calls JA4. Then tracks 5-8 are JA5. There is a separate music track in the right channel of this jam for about the first 13:00, consisting of flute and rhythm guitar (plus other things maybe). "Plug Your Ears" calls it "leakage" from another jam, which is more accurate than the Jimpress description. They call this the "stereo" version, and the version without this extraneous track "mono". The "mono" version appeared (incomplete) on the bootleg "Multicoloured Blues" (ftbfs: B412). But in actuality the two music tracks have nothing to do with each other, and are simply overlaid one on the other. Track 2 on this CD is this unrelated guitar/flute track separated off by itself. The separation is not complete, you can still hear faintly the other (main) jam in the left channel - by the way, this is not the same as the "Flute Instrumentals" (JA8-JA10) that Jimpress mentions. Track 9 is JA3-JA5 (incomplete) without the unrelated guitar/flute track in the right channel. There is a tape break near the end of JA5, and a portion of the jam repeats. Referring to times on the CD total time remaining counter, at 18:20 there is a short 0:08 bit of "Message To Love". At 16:33, the break in the tape occurs, after which the tape backs up and restarts with some overlap, because at 15:40, the same 0:08 bit of "Message To Love" comes again. So there is a 2:40 portion that is repeated. This is just as on the "Multicoloured Blues" bootleg. Track 10 is the incomplete "Stepping Stone" (16i) from ATM 007-008 "Villanova Junction".
    - Alternate version of this set is available.
    - Upgrade is available for portions of this material.
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  • Sessions Vol.1: January 23, 1970 (ATM 045 / - -.07.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70: Record Plant, New York City, NY 23.01.70 plus Record Plant, New York City, NY 02.05.68) Low Gen
    Tracklist: "Cherokee Mist" (1) / "Country Blues" (1) / "Cherokee Mist" (7) / "Freedom" (10) Jam > "Seven Dollars In My Pocket" / "Once I Had A Woman" (2) / "Blue Suede Shoes" (2) / "Blue Sued Shoes" (2) [different edit]
    notes:
    - The 2nd version of "Blue Sued Shoes" (2) is not listed on the cover.
    - Upgrade of the 23.01.70 material is available on ATM 214-215 "Old Time"; Better quality and additional material.
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  • Los Angeles 1969 (ATM 046-047 / 10.06.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [Complete; Sbd Source] / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Alternate mixes by Jimi Hendrix] plus Radiohuset, Stockholm 09.01.69 (Interview by Lennart Wretlind for Swedish Radio "Pop '69 Spesial") / Danish "Afterbeat" Radio Broadcast (Interview by Niels Olaf Gudme, Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69 between shows; with translation and various musical excerpts incl.Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 2nd Show - 65:53 / 72:49) Los Angeles Forum: Sbd; 2nd Gen / Royal Albert Hall, London: Sbd; 3rd Gen / Remaining material: No Gen info
    notes:
    - The set is sourced from material with a MiniDisc in the lineage.
    - The Royal Albert Hall Alternate mixes allegedly done by Jimi Hendrix for inclusion on an unreleased Live album.
    - The Los Angeles recordings are also featured as part oif JPIO-II 029-032 "American Soul".
    - The Royal Albert Hall recordings are also featured as part of JPIO-II 015-018 "Prince Albert Does Not Bite The Tongue".
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  • LA Forum '70 (ATM 048-049 / 24.06.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Complete; 2nd Source (Far source)] / Cal Expo, State Fairground, Sacramento, CA 26.04.70 [Complete]; 67:37 / 68:55) Los Angeles Forum: Aud; Master / Cal Expo: Aud; 2nd Gen

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  • LA Forum '70 - The Original Rubber Dubber Bootleg (ATM 050-051 / 24.06.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source (Near source)]) Aud; from DAT of the Rubber Dubber vinyl bootleg "Live at The Los Angeles Forum" (70-001) (ftbfs: B044)
    [* There's about a 1 min cut in the middle of "Ezy Rider" (16) on this source.]
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  • Cherokee Nation [aka."Norman, OK"] (ATM 052 / 15.06.1999 / 1CDR)
    (The Fieldhouse, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 08.05.70; 2nd Show [Almost Complete]; 64:50) Aud; Master (Straight Copy)
    notes:
    - Some portions of this recording suffer from numerous small dropouts.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 47, p.30-32 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
    - Remastered Upgrade is available.
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  • Beat Monster Concert (ATM 053 / 07.08.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Beat Monster Konzert, Hallenstadion, Zurich 31.05.68 [Complete 1st Source plus 13 min. Thomas G. Stereo Effect Mix: "Hey Joe" (30) / "Foxy Lady" (31) / "Manic Depression" (7)]) 1st Source: Aud; 2nd Gen / Stereo mix: Aud (1st & 2nd Source merge); No Gen info
    notes:
    - The Zurich recordings are also featured as part of JPIO-II 027-028 "Electric Frankenstein".

    - Refer to Jimpress issue 99, p.4-22 for a comprehensive review of the existing Zurich recordings.
    • Bonus Disc [Additional material from WAV discs]: Jam with Mitch Mitchell, Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 01.02.70 - Low Gen
      notes:
      - Jam with Mitch Mitchell 01.02.70 also available on ATM 072-073 "Healing Power".
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  • Blue Window (ATM 054 / 1999 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1969-70; 69:03) 2nd Gen [Master > Safety reels > Cassette > DAT > CDR]
    Tracklist: "Izabella" (12-13) > "Machine Gun" (5) > "Izabella" (14) Session / "Blue Window Jam" (1-2) > "Message To Love" (1) [with The Buddy Miles Express] / "Midnight Lightning" (2, 26, 24, 27) Session
    notes:
    - Drop out in "Blue Window" is on source
    -
  • Message from Nine To The Universe Vol.1 (ATM 055 / 13.09.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Jams & Outtakes 1969; 68:12) Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen - Modified *
    Tracklist: "Message From Nine To The Universe" (1); 18:43 / "Jimi / Jimmy Jam" (1); 16:07 / "Young / Hendrix" (1); 13:46 / "Easy Blues" (1); 9:58 / "Drone Blues" (1); 8:29
    [* Modifications: All tracks: Minor drop outs, pops/clicks and some loud Mic switch noises repaired. Some high frequent noises (as results of clipping) removed. / "Message From Nine To The Universe" (1): Whole track de-noised, except ending (spliced from different source) / "Young/Hendrix" (1): First 30 seconds de-noised / "Easy Blues" (1) & "Drone Blues" (1): Whole tracks de-noised]
    notes:
    - Unedited versions of the tracks released on "Nine to the Universe".
    - Also available in tandem with ATM 056 "Message from Nine To The Universe Vol.2" as "Message to the Universe".
    • Bonus Disc: "Message from Nine to the Universe Vol.1 - Raw Source Version": Jams & Outtakes 1969; 68:12 - Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen
      Tracklist: "Message From Nine To The Universe" (1); 18:43 / "Jimi / Jimmy Jam" (1); 16:07 / "Young / Hendrix" (1); 13:46 / "Easy Blues" (1); 9:58 / "Drone Blues" (1); 8:29
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  • Message from Nine To The Universe Vol.2 (ATM 056 / 12.02.2000 / 1CDR)
    (Jams & Outtakes 1968-69 incl. John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 [Complete]; 76:28) Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen - Modified *
    Tracklist: "World Traveller" (1); 8:08 / "Driving South" (5) Jam > "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (2) > JS15 > JS16 [John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69 [Complete]]; 29:56 / "Fuzzy Guitar Jam" (JS18) [aka. "Young II"]; 20:04 / "Strato Strut" (1); 1:48 / "Rainy Day Shuffle" (1); 5:06 / "It's Too Bad" (1); 11:05
    [* Modifications: All tracks except the McLaughlin Jam: De-clicked and a few minor partial dropouts repaired / "World Traveller" (1): Speed corrected, treble boosted, de-noised / "Fuzzy Guitar Jam" (JS18): Speed corrected, dropouts and clicks patched / "It's Too Bad" (1): Speed corrected, treble moderately boosted, de-noised, clicks fixed]
    notes:
    - Also available in tandem with ATM 055 "Message from Nine To The Universe Vol.1" as "Message to the Universe"
    • Bonus Disc [Additional material from WAV discs]: Outtake 1970 ["Nightbird Flying" (5) / "Nightbird Flying" (5) (different source)] - Low Gen
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  • The KPFA Tapes / Sound Center Studios (ATM 057-058 / 03.08.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70: The KPFA Tapes ["Cat Talking To Me" (2) / "Cherokee Mist" (1) / JS1 / "Ezy Rider Jam / Dance" (2) / "Message From Nine To The Universe" (2) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (22) / "Lord I Sing The Blues" (5) / "Lover Man" (45) / "Dancing Blues" aka "Hollywood / Duet Jam" (JS3) / "Country Blues" (2) / "Astro Man" (5) / "Cherokee Mist" (8) > "In From The Storm" (4) / "Driving South" (5) Jam [Excerpt from John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69] / "Midnight Lightning" (2) / "Seven Dollars In My Pocket"] / Sound Center Studio, New York City, NY 1968 ["Somewhere" (1) / "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be" (1) / "Little Miss Strange" (1) / "My Friend" (2)] plus Rosa Lee Brooks Single 1964 ["My Diary" / "Utee"] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st Show ["Like A Rolling Stone" (11)]) KPFA Tapes: 1st & 2nd Gen; Sound Center Studio 1968: 2nd or 3rd Gen; Winterland Ballroom 12.10.68: From Acetate; Rest: No Gen Info
    notes:
    - The KPFA Tapes are Copies of the Original Master tapes given to the KPFA Radio Station by Alan Douglas in 1982.
    - The Complete KPFA Radio Special + More material from the KPFA Tapes is available on ATM 187-191 "Hendrix for Everyone".
    - More material from the KPFA Tapes is also available on ATM 006 "LA Without The Words" and JA 014 "The KPFA Tapes".
    - This Set has also circulated as "The KPFA Tapes" (not to be confused with the 1CD Set JA 014 "The KPFA Tapes").
    - Upgrade of the Sound Center Studios material is available on ATM 238 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions March-April 1968".
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  • Storming The Capitol (ATM 059 / 02.09.1999 / 1CDR)
    (Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source]; 61:55) Sbd; 2nd Gen - Speed corrected (-5,1%)
    notes:
    - Includes the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16) omitted from most bootleg-releases of this recording; 0:28.
    - This is the same Raw Source that was used for Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live in Ottawa", 2001.
    - This recording was formerly mislabeled as being 1st Gen, while it actually is 2nd Gen. A 1st Gen recording of this source didn't come into circulation until FTO 010 in february 2007. (The easiest way to tell which one you've got is probably by checking the total time of the disc; This recording is 61:55 while the "real" 1st Gen recording is 61:21.)
    - Generation upgrade is available.
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  • All the way from Memphis (ATM 060 / 1999 / 1CDR)
    (North Hall, Ellis Auditorium Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN 18.04.69; 2nd Show) Aud; Master Clone
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  • Indianapolis '69 (ATM 061 / 1999 / 1CDR)
    (Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN 11.05.69) Aud; 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Taken from the "correct running order" tape made after copying the original 3 reel-to-reel tapes and trying to piece them all together.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 34 p.28-29 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Boston Garden 1970 (ATM 062 / 1999 / 1CDR)
    (Boston Garden, Boston, MA 27.06.70 [1st & 2nd Source Composite*]; 57:14) Aud; Low Gen - Digitally Restored
    [* The stereo 1st source is primarily used for this composite, but it omits "Freedom" (20), so that is patched in from the mono 2nd source.]
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  • On the Road (To Electric Ladyland) [aka."Driving South"] (ATM 063-064 / 1999 / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1967-68) Various Low Gen - Some tracks Speed corrected *
    Disc 1: "Driving South" (previously unreleased version; Unverified Hendrix involvement) / "Little One" (1) / "Dream" / "Lullaby For The Summer" (1) / "My Friend" (2) / "May This Be Love" (2) / "Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice" (5) / "Tax Free" (20) / "And The Gods Made Love" (2) / "Crosstown Traffic" (2) / "House Burning Down" (3) / "Look Over Yonder" (3) / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (4) Mixing Session
    Disc 2: "Little Miss Strange" (3) / "South Saturn Delta" (3) / "Three Little Bears" (6) / "Gypsy Eyes" (9) / "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be" (6) / "Gypsy Eyes" (12) / "Gypsy Eyes" (3, 4, 7) Session / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (1-3, 5-16, 18-21) Session / "Rainy Day Dream Away Practice Session" / "Rainy Day, Dream Away / Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (2)
    [* Speed corrections: "My Friend" (2): -4,2% / "Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice" (5): +3,9% / "Tax Free" (3): +5,1% / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (4) Mixing Session: +5,1% / "Little Miss Strange" (3): +3,5% / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (1-3, 5-16, 18-21) Session: +3.4% to match official release]
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  • Boo in Key (ATM 065 / 1999 / 2CDR)
    (Love And Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn 06.09.70 [Almost Complete*; 1st Source ("Stage Tape")]) Aud; Low Gen
    [* The beginning of "Purple Haze" (107) is missing.]
    notes:
    - These recordings are also featured as part of JPIO-II 023-026 "The Last Cry Of Love".
    • Bonus Disc [Additional material from WAV discs]: Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show / "Christmas on Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 / Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin 04.09.70 [2nd Source] - Blackpool: Aud: Low Gen / "Christmas on Earth Continued": Sbd; 2nd Gen / Berlin: Aud; Low Gen
      notes:
      - "Christmas on Earth Continued" in better quality than previously available on ATM 036 "Short Stories - Live 1966-1969"
      - Berlin 04.09.70 2nd Source is also available on ATM 128-129 "Germany '70"
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  • Box of Gypsys (ATM 066-071 / 1999-2000 / 6CDR)
    notes:
    - At the time of release this set featured the Complete circulating live recordings by the Band of Gypsys, compiled from the best available sources. A 2nd Aud Source (aka. The Hellman Tape, available in full on ATM 216-217 "Band of Gypsys: Unleashed in the East") with approx. 9 min's of additional material from Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show has been discovered after the release of this set.
    - An Upgraded version of this set - which incorporates portions of The Hellman Tape - is available.
    - The Non-official Raw Sources for these Composites are available on ATM 075-083 "Box of Gypsys - The Complete Recorded Legacy"
    • Disc 1: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show - Sbd & Aud Composite; 1st & 2nd Gen + Material lifted from the official CD "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored
    • Disc 2 - 3: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show - Sbd & 1st Aud Source Composite; 2nd & Low Gen + Material lifted from the official CD "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored
      notes:
      - A Revised and more complete composite of this Show - including portions from the Hellman Tape (2nd Aud Source) - is available on ATM 218-219 "Band of Gypsys: Goodbye to '69".
      - Upgrade of the Sbd portion (main source) of this composite (and that of ATM 218-219 "Band of Gypsys: Goodbye to '69") is available .
    • Disc 4: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show - Sbd, Video Sbd & Video Aud Composite; 2nd & Low Gen + Material lifted from the official CDs "Band of Gypsys" and "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored
    • Disc 5 - 6: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show / Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 - Fillmore East, New York City: Sbd Composite; 2nd & Low Gen + Material lifted from the official CDs "Band of Gypsys" and "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored / Winter Festival: Aud & Video Aud Composite; 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored
      notes:
      - The Madison Square Garden 28.01.70 show was aborted after 2 songs had been played; "Who Knows" (10) & "Earth Blues" (16).
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  • Box of Gypsys - Revised (ATM 066-071 Rev A [ATM 066 / 218 / 219 / 069 / 070 / 071] / 2003 / 6CDR)
    notes:
    - The Complete Live recordings by the Band of Gypsys compiled from the best available sources
    - This revised version of ATM 066-071 "Box of Gypsys" incorporates approx. 9 min's of additional material from Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show taken from the 2nd Aud Source (aka. The Hellman Tape). The revision only concerns Discs 2 & 3, and this set is in effect just the original "Box of Gypsys" set with Discs 2 & 3 replaced by ATM 218-219 "Band of Gypsys: Goodbye to '69". If you already have the original set, you just need to replace these 2 discs in order to upgrade to the revised version.
    - The Non-official Raw Sources for these Composites are available on ATM 075-083 "Box of Gypsys - The Complete Recorded Legacy" and ATM 216-217 "Band of Gypsys: Unleashed in the East".
    - A truncated version of this set - with all officially released tracks removed - is also available.
    • Disc 1: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show - Sbd & Aud Composite; 1st & 2nd Gen + Material lifted from the official CD "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored
    • Disc 2 - 3: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show - Sbd, 1st Aud & 2nd Aud Source Composite; 2nd & Low Gen + Material lifted from the official CD "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored
      notes:
      - Upgraded versions of these discs are are 72:46 and 42:40.
      - Upgrade of the Sbd portion (main source) of this composite (and that of ATM 218-219 "Band of Gypsys: Goodbye to '69") is available .
    • Disc 4: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show - Sbd, Video Sbd & Video Aud Composite; 2nd & Low Gen + Material lifted from the official CDs "Band of Gypsys" and "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored
    • Disc 5 - 6: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show / Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 - Fillmore East, New York City: Sbd Composite; 2nd & Low Gen + Material lifted from the official CDs "Band of Gypsys" and "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored / Winter Festival: Aud & Video Aud Composite; 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored
      notes:
      - The Madison Square Garden 28.01.70 show was aborted after 2 songs had been played; "Who Knows" (10) & "Earth Blues" (16).
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  • Healing Power (ATM 072-073 / 31.12.1999 / 2CDR)
    (Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 - Stereo / The Apartment Jams, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969 [The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"] / Jam with Mitch Mitchell, Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 01.02.70 plus Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / Outtake 1968 / Home Recording, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY summer 1969) Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored
    Disc 1: "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be" (1) / "Long Hot Summer Night" (2, 3) / "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be" (5) / "Angel" (6) / "Cherokee Mist" (4) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (7) / "Voodoo Chile" (11) > "Cherokee Mist" (6) / "Gypsy Eyes" (6, 7) / "Acoustic Jam" (JA17)
    Disc 2: "Hear My Train A-Comin' (false start, 4) / "Astro Man" (6) > "Valleys Of Neptune" (25) / JA15 / "Power Of Soul" (39) Jam / "Country Blues" (4) Jam / JA16 / JA14 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (6) / "Back On The Desert" (aka. "Dance On The Desert") > "Acoustic Medley"
    [Quote from the Release notes (edited): Notes regarding individual tracks: "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be" (1): There's a total drop-out near the end of the song on all circulating versions of this recording. This drop-out has been edited out here, and the splice has been smoothed out. "Long Hot Summer Night" (2) through "Gypsy Eyes" (7): Stereo mixes of the complete Drake Hotel Demos; The only previously available version of "Gypsy Eyes" (7) was an incomplete official release. "Long Hot Summer Night" (2) and "Gypsy Eyes" (7) are from a different source than the other Drake Hotel Demo tracks on this set. "Acoustic Jam" (JA17): This version of the jam with Mitch Mitchell may have been de-noised at som point, although this is unclear. "Hear My Train A-Comin' (false start, 4): Light EQ and light denoise has been applied. JA15 through "Room Full Of Mirrors" (6): The Apartment Jams in similar quality as available on ATM 035 "Apartment Jams", but perhaps with a little less hiss and certainly in a different order. The track order here is the same as that on the bootleg "Spicy Essence - Apartment Jam 70" (ftbfs: 400). "Back On The Desert" (aka. "Dance On The Desert") > "Acoustic Medley": This track was originally very hissy, and had to be modified in a way that decreased the hiss without changing the balance. A total of six different mixes with various degree of EQ and noise reduction were made, from which a version with light EQ and "medium" noise reduction was chosen for this set. The complete set of remixes are featured on on a bonus disc to this set."]
    notes:
    - Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.
    - Jam with Mitch Mitchell 01.02.70 previously available on Bonus Disc with ATM 053 "Beat Monster Concert".
    - Upgrade of portions of the Shokan material is available on ATM 221-223 Rev A "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - Jammin' Back at the House".

    - Upgrade of the Drake Hotel Demos are available on ATM 236-237 "Electric Ladyland: The Apartment Recordings".
    • Bonus Disc [Rejected Alternate versions]: Home Recording, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY summer 1969: 1 straight and 6 different modified versions of "Back On The Desert" (aka. "Dance On The Desert") > "Acoustic Medley", incl. one version lifted from "Monster" (ftbfs: B613) - Low Gen - Digitally Restored (Various EQ & denoising attempts)
      Tracklist: "Back On The Desert" (aka. "Dance On The Desert") > "Acoustic Medley": 1. RM Remix #1; Original version noise reduced / 2. RM Remix #2; Original version noise reduced & EQ'd / 3. "Monster" version / 4. Digitally restored version (minor clicks & drop-outs removed) / 5. SH Remix #1; Light version (digitally restored, light denoising) / 6. SH Remix #2; Extreme version (digitally restored, extreme denoising & medium EQ) / 7. SH Remix #3; Medium version (digitally restored, medium denoising & light EQ)
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  • Cleveland Rocks [aka."Take Off Your Hat !"] (ATM 074 / 08.03.2000 / 1CDR)
    (Public Music Hall, Cleveland, OH 26.03.68; 2nd Show [Complete; Fake Stereo mix (Some separation created by using different EQ for each channel]; 57:00) Aud; 3rd Gen or Lower - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected (+1%)
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  • Box of Gypsys: The Complete Recorded Legacy - 30th Anniversary Edition (ATM 075-083 / 1999-2000 / 9CDR Box)
    notes:
    - These are the Raw Sources from which the Composite set ATM 066-071 "Box of Gypsys" mainly is made.
    - At the time of release this set featured the Complete unreleased live recordings by the Band of Gypsys. Later a 2nd Aud Source from Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show has been discovered. That source - aka. The Hellman Tape - is available on ATM 216-217 "Band of Gypsys: Unleashed in the East".
    - A Stereo effect mix of Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show - made from the Sbd and 1st Aud Source - is available on "Merge Vol.2".
    - An alternate Stereo effect mix of Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show - made from the Sbd and 1st & 2nd Aud Sources - is available on Vibratory 004 "Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show - Vibratory 3 Source Merge".
    • Disc 1: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show [Remastered Mono Aud] - 2nd Gen
    • Disc 2 - 3: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show [Stereo Sbd] & 2nd Show [Mono Sbd] - 1st Show: Low Gen; 2nd Show: No Gen info
      notes:
      - Upgrade of the 31.12.69 2nd Show Sbd source is available.
    • Disc 4 - 5: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show [1st Aud Source (Mono)] - 2nd Gen
      notes:
      - Upgrade of the 31.12.69 2nd Show 1st Aud source is available.
    • Disc 6: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show [Blom Video Sbd]; [Eddie Kramer Sbd mix: "Changes" (5) / "Power Of Soul" (43)] - Blom Video Sbd: 2nd Gen / Eddie Kramer Sbd Mix: Low Gen
    • Disc 7: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show [Vasulka Video Aud] / Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 [Aud & Video Aud (Film Soundtrack Source)] - 2nd Gen
      notes:
      - The Madison Square Garden 28.01.70 show was aborted after 2 songs had been played; "Who Knows" (10) & "Earth Blues" (16).
    • Disc 8: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 2nd Show [Sbd 1: "Stone Free" (27)]; [Sbd 2]; [Sbd 3 (Alternate mixes): "Wild Thing" (28) / "Hey Joe" (52) / "Purple Haze" (84)] - Sbd 1: 2nd Gen / Sbd 2: Low Gen / Sbd 3: No Gen info - All sources Speed corrected
    • Disc 9: Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 1st Show [Upgraded Mono Sbd]; [Sbd & Aud Composite: "Power Of Soul" (41) (w.Audible vocals)]; [Aud: "Lover Man" (24) (w.Audible vocals)]; [Aud; Fake Stereo mix: "Machine Gun" (10)] / Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 28.01.70 [Alternate Aud & Video Aud Composite: "Who Knows" (10)]) - 31.12.69 Upgraded Mono Sbd: 1st Gen / Rest: No Gen info
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  • Copenhagen 03.09.70 (ATM 084-085 / 2002 / 2CDR)
    (KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [Complete; 1st Source aka. "Old Source"]: 47:04 / 44:28) Mono Aud; 1st Gen (except 7-8 sec. Crowd noises at the beginning of Disc 1: 2nd Gen) - Digitally Restored and Severely Speed corrected
    notes:
    - The Original Source tape suffered from a multitude of pitch problems which have all been corrected here, making this by far the best version of the Copenhagen show available.
    - There are 2 slightly different versions of this album; On version 1 there's a fade-out during the Audience noises after last track on Disc 1 ("Ezy Rider" (29)), and a fade-in during the same Audience noises before the first track on Disc 2 ("Freedom" (26)). On version 2 there are no such fade-ins or fade-outs. (The timings 47:04 / 44:28 are for the version with fades.)
    - Upgrades of all 6 circulating Copenhagen 03.09.70 sources - including this one - are available.
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  • Unsurpassed Masters (ATM 086-090 / 27.01.2000 / 5CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70) All recordings: 2nd Gen
    • "Volume 1": Outtakes 1968-69 ["Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (1-3, 5-12, 13-16) Session / "Rainy Day Practice Session" / "Rainy Day, Dream Away / Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (2) / "Mannish Boy" (1-15) Session - part 1]
      notes:
      - "The Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" Session from a different source than that previously released on ATM 063-064 "On the Road (To Electric Ladyland)".
    • "Volume 2": Outtakes 1969 ["Mannish Boy" (16-34, 35-44, 48-52) Session - parts 2 & 3]
    • "Volume 3": Outtakes 1969-70 ["Bleeding Heart" (14-16) / "Honeybed" (1-4) / "Izabella" (4-6) Overdub Session / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (1) / "Bleeding Heart" (4)] / Previously unreleased "Crash Landing"-outtakes ["Crash Landing" (7) / "Somewhere" (6) / "Peace In Mississippi" (8) / "Stone Free" (29) / "Message To Love" (51) / "Come Down Hard On Me Baby" (8) / "Power Of Soul" (51) / "Captain Coconut" (4) / "Power Of Soul" (52) [fragment + 2 backward fragments]]
    • "Volume 4": Outtakes 1968-69 ["How Can I Live" [4 takes] * / "Power Of Soul" (6-29) Session]
      [* Fat Mattress Session 27.08.68 feat. Mitch Mitchell; No Hendrix involvement]
    • "Volume 5": Outtakes 1969-70 ["Power of Soul" (30-35) Session / "Dooji Wooji Jam" / "Send My Love To Linda" (4-8) / Live And Let Live" / "Calling All Devil's Children" (7) Bass & Drum Jam / JS26 / "Bolero" (2-4, 17-22, 5-6) / "Come Down Hard On Me Baby" (1) / "Midnight Lightning" (7) / "Bolero" (7-9, 11-14)]
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  • In Glorious Mono (ATM 091 / 2001 / 1CDR)
    (Original Mono mixes 1966-68 [Complete European "Are You Experienced" + additional tracks]; 68:57) Compiled from the Best available Vinyl- and CD Sources - Digitally Restored
    [Sources: "Are You Experienced" (Polydor (Germany) 2459 390) [LP, simulated stereo (averaged to mono)] plus additional material from "Smash Hits" (Polydor (Germany) 2459 399) [LP, simulated stereo (averaged to mono)] / "The Singles Album" (Polydor (Germany) 827 369-2) [CD] / "Legacy" (Polydor (Japan) MPZ-8113/8114) [LP] / "The Jimi Hendrix Story Vol. 7: Waterfall / 51st Anniversary" (Barclay (France) 061.389 [Single]]

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  • Record Plant Jams [aka. "Fall 1969 Record Plant Jams" / "Woodstock"] (ATM 092 / 2000 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes & Jams 1969; 66:26) Low Gen - Partially slightly de-noised (De-noising (25%) during the breaks between the takes of "Woodstock", and a small (3dB) boost on selected bits of dialog; 66:28)
    Tracklist: Tracks 1-3: Instrumental Jams (No Hendrix involvement) * / Tracks 4-6: Record Plant, New York City, NY 30.09.69 (feat.Stephen Stills & Buddy Miles): "Woodstock" (1-3) Sessions / Tracks 7-24: Buddy Miles Jam, Record Plant, New York City, NY 14.11.6: JS21 > JS22 (Complete)
    [* Since the release of this CD the first 3 tracks ["Jam 1 - part 1" / "Jam 1 - part 2" / "Jam 2"] have been determined to be fake.]
    notes:
    - The Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 is in better quality than previously available on ATM 009 "Band of Gypsys - Lonely Avenue"
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  • Bill Graham Presents The Jimi Hendrix Experience (ATM 093 / 05.03.2000 / 1CDR)
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show; 59:44) Aud; 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored
    T
    racklist: "Lover Man" (9) / "Fire" (22) / "Foxy Lady" (28) / "Red House" (19) / "Hey Joe" (28) / "The Sunshine Of Your Love" (6) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (8) / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ?" (4) / "Purple Haze" (37) / "Wild Thing" (19i)
    notes:
    - This recording includes 0:46 of the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) plus various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all pre-2007 bootleg versions of this show.
    - Upgrade with longer version of "Wild Thing" (19) is available.
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  • Summertime Blues (ATM 094 / 17.03.2000 / 1CDR)
    ("Saturday Scene", The Corn Exchange, Chelmsford 25.02.67 / Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 [The Sample Tape] / Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN 02.11.68 [incl. Pre- and Post-show interview by Tony Glover for the "Hoollabaloo" Magazine]; 69:05) Chelmsford: Aud; Low Gen / Saville & Minneapolis: Aud; 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - Includes the 2nd part of the Minneapolis interview omitted from "The Lost Concerts Vol.8: Houston 1968" (ftbfs: B543)
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  • Fuck off, these are my friends ! (ATM 095 / 21.06.2000 / 1CDR)
    (New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY 17.07.70 [1st Aud Source (Complete Show) + 2nd Aud Source (Larry Yelen Tape)]; 78:38) Aud; 1st Source: 1st Gen / 2nd Source: 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - Also in circulation as part of 2CD set in tandem with ATM 095 "Fuck off, these are my friends !". (An alternate 2CD Set - Gypsy Sun & Rainbows 007-008 (23.08.2005) - also features the Sbd Source (Complete Show), the 1st Aud Source & the 2nd Aud Source (Larry Yelen Tape). On that set the Sbd source is however not from ATM 010 "New York Pop '70", but lifted from the bootleg "Message To Love" (ftbfs: B352), with the exception of "Red House" (72), which is lifted from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts". Also, the featured version of the 1st Aud Source is missing "Stone Free" (24) and has been pached with the Sbd version of that track.)
    - A 3rd Aud Source is also known to exist, but is currently not in circulation.

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  • From the Beginning to the Start (ATM 096 / 26.03.2000 / 1CDR)
    (Early and Rare tracks 1964-66: Lonnie Youngblood ["Go Go Shoes" (2) / "Go Go Place" (2) / "Goodbye Bessie Mae" (1) / "Soul Food" (1) / "She's A Fox" (1)] / Rosa Lee Brooks ["My Diary" (1)] / Isley Brothers ["Testify" (1) / "The Last Girl" (2) / "Looking For A Love" (2)] / Buddy & Stacy TV Performance, "Night Train", Dallas, TX feb.1965 ["Shotgun" (1)] / Isley Brothers ["Move Over And Let Me Dance" (2) / "Move Over And Let Me Dance" (3) / "Dancing All Around The World" (1)] / Little Richard ["I Don't Know What You've Got - Take 2" (1) / "I Don't Know What You've Got Part 2 - Take 1" (1) / "Have You Ever Been Disappointed" (1)] / Jayne Mansfield ["Suey" (1)] / Curtis Knight Live material [Hackensack, NJ 26.12.65*] ["Driving South" (9) / "I'm A Man" (1) / "What'd I Say" (1) / "Killing Floor" (3) / "Outro" (1)] / Ray Sharpe & The King Curtis Orchestra ["Help Me - Part 1 & 2" (1)] / Outtake 1966 ["Hey Joe" (69)]; 78:07) Compiled from Vinyl-, CD- & Tape-sources - Digitally Restored
    [* The Curtis Knight & The Squires live recordings featuring Jimi Hendrix are most likely from several different concerts and rehearsals dec.1965-may 1966, and it's impossible to pinpoint which tracks were recorded where and when. ]
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  • Paris / Hoepla [aka. "Two Giants Over Paris"] (ATM 097 / 21.05.2000 / 1CDR)
    (l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show [Complete] / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 [Complete Session]; 78:39) Paris: Sbd; 2nd Gen (Possibly 1st Gen) (Glitches in "Killing Floor" (9) & "Red House" (10) patched from the "Stages"-set) / "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio: Sbd; 2nd Gen - Partially Digitally Restored
    notes:
    - "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio: Slightly incomplete upgrade is available.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 5 for a comprehensive review of the Paris 1968 recording (online version available here).

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  • For the Queen (ATM 098-099 / 23.05.2000 / 2CDR)
    (Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight 30.08.70 [Complete Show plus Pre-show interview by French Radio]; 60:10 / 63:03) Compiled from the best available Vinyl-, CD-, Tape- & Video-sources - Digitally Restored
    Tracklist & Sources: Interview > Intro (video soundtrack) / "God Save The Queen" (IoW Polydor Japan CD) / Drums (tape) / "Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (14) ("In The West" Polydor CD) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (48) (video soundtrack) / "All Along The Watchtower" (12) ("Isle of Wight" Polydor Japan CD) / "Machine Gun" (27) (mono tape) / "Lover Man" (39) ("Isle of Wight" Polydor Japan CD) / "Freedom" (24) ("Isle of Wight" Polydor Japan CD) / "Red House" (76) (intro from "Film About Hendrix" LP + rest from video soundtrack) / "Dolly Dagger" (4) (from "Rare Tracks" LP) / "Midnight Lightning" (18) ("Isle of Wight" Polydor Japan CD) / "Foxy Lady" (93) ("Isle of Wight" Polydor Japan CD) / "Message To Love" (41) (mono tape) / "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (9) (intro from audience tape + rest from stereo tape) / "Ezy Ryder" (27) (stereo tape + patches from mono tape) / "Hey Joe" (58) (stereo tape) / "Purple Haze" (102) (stereo tape) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (83) (stereo tape) / "In From The Storm" (6) ("Isle of Wight" Polydor Japan CD)

    notes:
    - Copied (including the cover) and released as the bootleg "For The Queen" by Cellar Dweller (CD-101101465 / ftbfs: B942) in 2011.

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  • Winterland 10 October 1968 [aka. "Winterland 2 Track"] (ATM 100 / 2000 / 1CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st Show [Complete; 2 track Source]; 69:23) Sbd; Low Gen
    (Filler: Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show: "Purple Haze" (92)) Sbd; lifted from "Soundtrack from the Film Jimi Hendrix" vinyl
    notes:
    - "Foxy Lady" (38) is mastered too slow.

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[ Detailed Tracklists with full info for ATM Discs through january 2003 available for downlad here ]

  • Curtis Knight & The Squires: The Complete Recordings Vol.1 - Live (ATM 101-102 / 06.06.2000 / 2CDR)
    (Curtis Knight Live Material 1965-66 [incl. George's Club 20, Hackensack, NJ 26.12.65]; 76:34 / 73:46) Compiled from the Least Altered CD-, Vinyl- and Tape-sources - Digitally Restored
    notes:
    - Together with Vol.2 this set features all known recordings by Curtis Knight featuring Jimi Hendrix in the best available quality.

    - The Curtis Knight & The Squires live recordings featuring Jimi Hendrix are most likely from several different concerts and rehearsals dec.1965-may 1966, and it's impossible to pinpoint which tracks were recorded where and when.
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  • Curtis Knight & The Squires: The Complete Recordings Vol.2 - Studio (ATM 103-104 / 05.03.2001 / 2CDR)
    (Curtis Knight Studio Material 1965-67 plus Curtis Knight Live Material 1965-66 [possibly George's Club 20, Hackensack, NJ 26.12.65; Rehearsals]; 71:40 / 76:53) Compiled from the Least Altered CD-, Vinyl- and Tape-sources - Digitally Restored
    notes:
    - Together with Vol.1 this set features all known recordings by Curtis Knight featuring Jimi Hendrix in the best available quality.
    - The Curtis Knight & The Squires live recordings featuring Jimi Hendrix are most likely from several different concerts and rehearsals dec.1965-may 1966, and it's impossible to pinpoint which tracks were recorded where and when.

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  • Live in Philadelphia (ATM 105-106 / 30.05.2000 / 2CDR)
    (The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69 / Temple University Stadium, Philadelphia, PA 16.05.70; 59:55 / 51:25) Both Shows: Aud; 1st Gen - Partially Digitally Restored (Some noise removed)
    notes:
    - Philadelphia, PA 16.05.70 is an upgrade of ATM 030 "Praying at the Temple".
    - Also in circulation as to separate albums: "Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.1969" and "A Crack in the Liberty Bell".

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  • Way Down in Texas Land (ATM 107-108 / 31.05.2000 / 2CDR)
    (State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX 16.02.68 [Complete] / Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 17.02.68 [Complete]; 62:23 / 53:54) Both Shows: Stereo Aud *; 2nd Gen - Speed corrected (Dallas: +10% / Fort Worth: +5%)
    [* Missing portion of "Foxy Lady" (20) from Fort Worth has been patched with the older mono version of the same source, thereby making the show more complete than the version previously available on "Remember the Alamo" (ftbfs: 502)]
    notes:
    - Same as JPIO Tree 001.
    - Raw source of Dallas, TX 16.02.68 is available on "Concerts 1968 Vol.11".
    - Raw source of Fort Worth, TX 17.02.68 is available on "Concerts 1968 Vol.12".
    - A Raw source version of this set (both shows) is in circulation as "Texas February".

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  • Maximum Experience - The Making of "Are You Experienced" (ATM 109-112 / 2000 / 4CDR)
    (Nearly every available mix and take of the tracks recorded by The Jimi Hendrix Experience prior to may 1967, including the ones that appeared on "Are You Experienced" (European and US versions) and the first 3 European singles; Stereo versions, Mono versions, Instrumental takes, Alternate takes, Outtakes etc.) Compiled from the Best available Vinyl-, CD- and Tape Sources - Digitally Restored (Cleaned up and Vinyl tracks de-clicked)
    Disc 1: "Foxy Lady" (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD] / "Manic Depression" (false start) [mono, oots2]; (11, 12) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp]; (10) [simulated stereo, sttp]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl] (2) [stereo, Polydor CD] / "Red House [mono, pre-take chat, oots2]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2 - 5) [stereo, oots]; (6) [stereo, Smash Hits CD] / "Can You See Me" (7 - 10) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp]; (11) [simulated stereo, sttp]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD]; (3) [simulated stereo, Legacy vinyl]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD]; (5) [stereo, instrumental, oots] / "I Don't Live Today (6) [stereo, instrumental, oots] /
    Disc 2: "I Don't Live Today" (7, 4) [stereo, instrumental, oots]; (3) [stereo, oots]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD] / "May This Be Love" (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [mono, Barclay single]; (3) [stereo, Polydor CD] / "Fire" (86 - 90) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp]; (3) [mono, instrumental, oots]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD] / "3rd Stone From The Sun" (4) [mono, double speed vocal, tape]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD] / "Remember" (3) [mono / simulated stereo, instrumental, oots2/sttp] (preceded by f.s. 0:04 and followed by false starts 0:07, 0:09); (4) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp]; (5) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp] (followed by false starts 0:07, 0:03); (6) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp] 1:45 /
    Disc 3: "Remember" (7) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp] (followed by false start 0:07); (8) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Smash Hits CD] / "Are You Experienced" (3) [mono, backward guitar, Track vinyl]; (1) [mono, Track vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD] / "Purple Haze (4) [mono, overdub, oots2]; (4) [stereo, overdub, oots]; (1) [ mono, Track single]; (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD]; (3) [sim stereo, Legacy vinyl]; (5) [simulated stereo, Symphony of Experience]; (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl] / "Hey Joe" (69) [stereo, sttp]; (70, 71) [stereo, instrumental, sttp]; (72) [stereo, sttp]; (4) [mono, vocal slip up, Unsurpassed Studio Takes]; (1) [mono, Polydor single]; (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD] /
    Disc 4: "Hey Joe" (3) [simulated stereo, Legacy vinyl] / "Love Or Confusion" (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl] / "May This Be Love" (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl] / "I Don't Live Today" (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl] / "The Wind Cries Mary" (3) [stereo, instrumental, oots]; (1) [mono, Track single]; (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl]; (2) [stereo, Polydor CD] / "Fire" (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl] / "3rd Stone From The Sun" (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl] / "Are You Experienced" (1) [mono, Reprise vinyl] / "Stone Free" (1) [mono, Polydor Swedish single] / "51st Anniversary" (2 - 4) [simulated stereo, instrumental, sttp]; (5) [stereo, oots]; (1) [mono, MCA CD] / "Highway Chile" (1) [mono, War Heroes CD] / "La Pouppee Qui Fait Non" [stereo, instrumental, oots
    Sources: Track vinyl: Mono LP "Are You Experienced" (Track 612-001) / Reprise vinyl: Mono LP "Are You Experienced" (Reprise R-6261) / Legacy vinyl: "Legacy" (Polydor (Japan) MP-9357/9358) / Polydor CD: "Are You Experienced" (Polydor (Germany) 825 416-2) / Smash Hits CD: "Smash Hits" (Reprise 2276-2) / MCA CD: "Are You Experienced" (MCA MCAD-10 893) / War Heroes CD: "War Heroes" (Polydor (Germany) 813 573-2) / Barclay single: "The Jimi Hendrix Story Vol. 7: Waterfall / 51st Anniversary" (Barclay (France) 061.389) / Track single: "Purple Haze / 51st Anniversary" (Track 604 001) / Track single: "The Wind Cries Mary / Highway Chile" (Track 604 004) / Polydor single: "Hey Joe / Stone Free" (Polydor (England) 56139) / Polydor Swedish single: "Hey Joe / Stone Free" (Polydor 59061) / oots & oots2: "Out of the Studio" (ftbfs: B419) and "Out of the Studio 2" (ftbfs: B615) / sttp: "Are You Experienced - The Sessions Vols.1" (ftbfs: B706) and "Are You Experienced - The Sessions Vols.2" (ftbfs: B707) / Symphony of Experience: "Symphony of Experience" (ftbfs: B421) / Unsurpassed Studio Takes: "Unsurpassed Studio Takes" (ftbfs: B441)
    notes:
    - This Set includes the complete Polydor and Reprise Mono versions of "Are You Experienced".
    - Recommended companion disc: ATM 091 "In Glorious Mono" featuring the Complete European Mono version of "Are You Experienced" + additional mono tracks.
    - This collection takes the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix from his arrival in London in 1966 and up to ATM 158-160 "Axis: Bold as Love - The Sessions".
    - This Set has also been bootlegged as "The Making of Are You Experienced" by Wonderland Records (WRL-2095 / ftbfs: B911).
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  • Newport Revisited (ATM 113 / 13.05.2000 / 1CDR)
    (Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 20.06.69 [Sbd Source]; 62:58) Sbd; 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source.
    - Upgrade of the 20.06.69 Sbd of ATM 032-034 "Earth vs. Space - The Newport Legacy".
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  • The Atlanta Reel (ATM 114 / 2000 / 1CDR)
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 ["The 2nd half Soundboard tape" - 1995 mix (aka.Pre-Release Mix)] plus Outtakes 1969-70 ["Jazz Jimi Jazz" (1) / "Midnight Lightning" (7i) / "Bolero" (14i) / "Mannish Boy" (33, 34) / "Send My Love To Linda" 4-8i) > "Live And Let Live"]) Atlanta: Sbd; 1st Gen / Outtakes: Low Gen
    notes:
    - Atlanta is an Upgrade of the Atlanta-portion of ATM 017 "Soundboard Series Vol.2"
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  • The Royal Albert Hall, London 18.02.1969 [aka. "Royal Albert Hall - First Night"] (ATM 115-116 / 25.08.2000 / 2CDR)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 18.02.69 [Complete; Aud Source]; 47:20 / 42:33) Aud; Master Clone - Modified *
    [* Moderately EQ'd to boost bass and high freq's. Variably denoised, light to moderate, to remove hiss. Gain boosted during Jimi's spoken intros. Some of the louder microphone handling noises removed.]
    notes:
    - Theese recordings are also featured as part of JPIO-II 015-018 "Prince Albert Does Not Bite The Tongue".
    • Bonus Discs: Royal Albert Hall, London 18.02.69 [Complete]; 90 min (2CDR) - Aud; Master Clone (Raw Source)
      notes:
      - Same as JA 045-046 "Royal Albert Hall".

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  • Baltimore '70 (ATM 117 / 27.08.2000 / 1CDR)
    (Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 13.06.70 [Complete; 1st Source; Stereo]; 69:32) Stereo Aud; 1st Gen - Speed corrected (+4%)
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  • Denver Pop (ATM 118 / 27.08.2000 / 1CDR)
    (Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 [Almost Complete]; 63:16) Aud; 2nd Gen - Speed corrected (+3,8%)
    notes:
    - Raw Source version is available.
    - Gen Upgrade is available.
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  • Soulful Sessions (ATM 119-120 / 01.09.2000 / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1969-70; 69:34 / 55:32) Low Gen
    Disc 1: "Power of Soul" (48, 49, 2-5) / "Message to Love" (54-56) / "Little Dog Of Mine" / "Heaven Has No Sorrow" (1-4) / "Valleys of Neptune" (2-16) / "Stepping Stone" (1)
    Disc 2: "Izabella" (1-6) / "Machine Gun" (1) / "Lord I Sing The Blues" (1) / "Lover Man" (45) / "Machine Gun" (3)
    notes:
    - Also in circulation as "Outtake Masters: Soulful Sessions".
    - A straight copy of this set has also been bootleged by 27 Records as "Soulful Sessions Vol.1" and "Soulful Sessions Vol.2", 2005.
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  • The Chicago Shows 1968 (ATM 121-122 / 30.08.2000 / 2CDR)
    (Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL 25.02.68 / Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 10.08.68; 2nd Show / Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, IL 01.12.68 [Complete]; 60:46 / 68:22) 25.02.68: Aud; 2nd Gen / 10.08.68: Aud; Master Clone - Modified (Some clean-up done) / 01.12.68: Aud; 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Chicago, IL 25.02.68 is an Upgrade of the Chicago-portion of ATM 011-012 / 013 B / 014-016 "Three Nights of Winter (Alternate version)".
    - Raw source version of the 10.08.68 recording is available.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 66, p.50-51 for a comprehensive review of the 10.08.68 tape.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 30, p.30-38 for a comprehensive review of all featured Chicago tapes.
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  • The Berkeley Concerts (ATM 123-124 / 01.06.2000 / 2CDR)
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st & 2nd Show; 76:19 / 61:42) Stereo Sbd; 1st or 2nd Gen*
    [*This recording was initially listed as a Master Clone, but new information related to ATM 256-257 "Berkeley 1st Show - Complete Soundboard" dictates that it can be no better than 1st Gen from the Mixdown Master at best, and possibly even 2nd Gen.]
    notes:
    - Incomplete upgrade of ATM 020-022 "Watchout for the Fuzz".
    - Tracklist is identical to that of Whoopy Cat's "The Berkeley Concerts" (ftbfs: B467).
    - Missing tracks are "Purple Haze" (92) and "Star Spangled Banner" (35) from 1st Show and "Hey Joe" (53) from 2nd Show.
    - Upgrade (and complete version) of the 1st Show portion is available on ATM 256-257 "Berkeley 1st Show - Complete Soundboard".
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  • Baltimore '69 (ATM 125 / 12.01.2001 / 1CDR)
    (Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 16.05.69; 57:05) Aud; 1st Gen
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  • Way Down in Texas Land II (Slight Return) (ATM 126-127 Rev A / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Will Rogers Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX 09.05.70 [Complete] / San Antonio Hemisfair Arena, San Antonio, TX 10.05.70 [Stereo Mix; The Digitally Restored Mono Source synchronized with itself for Fake Stereo Sound]; 70:57 / 65:39) Fort Worth: Aud; Master Clone / San Antonio: Aud (Gerard Daily); 2nd Gen (?) - Digitally Restored
    notes:
    - Upgrade of the San Antonio recording is available.
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  • Germany '70 (ATM 128-129 / 26.10.2000 / 2CDR)
    (Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin 04.09.70 [1st Source (Almost Complete Show *) + 2nd Source] / Love and Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn 06.09.70 [3rd Source]; 60:36 / 69:12) Berlin 1st Source: Aud; 2nd Gen (with added portion of "Lover Man" (41) from Alternate source) / Berlin 2nd Source: Aud; Low Gen / Fehmarn 3rd Source: Aud; 2nd Gen
    [* Last part of "Lover Man" (41) is missing on the 1st Source]
    notes:
    - Berlin 2nd Source previously available on Bonus Disc with ATM 065 "Boo in Key".
    - Fehmarn 3rd Source is an Upgrade of ATM 040 "Auf Wiedersehen".
    - The Fehmarn recordings are also featured as part of JPIO-II 023-026 "The Last Cry Of Love".
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  • The Forum 1970 - Stereo (ATM 130-131 / 2000 / 2CDR)
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Complete; 1st & 2nd Source merge]; 49:51 / 36:00) 1st Source: Aud; from DAT of the Rubber Dubber vinyl bootleg / 2nd Source: Aud; Master
    notes:
    - 1st Source lifted from ATM 050-051 "LA Forum '70 - The Original Rubber Dubber Bootleg" - 2nd Source lifted from ATM 048-049 "LA Forum '70".
    - Alternate merges are available on the Collectors' Discs "Merge Vol.3" and "Not Just A Rubber Dubber".
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  • ATM 132-135: Not available (Numbers reserved for forthcoming releases).
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  • Je Vous Aime Beaucoup (ATM 136 / 02.04.2001 / 1CDR)
    ("Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67) 18.10.66: "Killing Floor" (5) & "Hey Joe" (6): Sbd; Lifted from the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set; "Wild Thing" (1): Sbd; No Gen Info - Digitally Restored / 09.10.67: Sbd; 2nd Gen except "Hey Joe" (19): Aud; 2nd Gen / "Catfish Blues" (14): Sbd; Lifted from the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set
    Tracklist: "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66: "Killing Floor" (5) / "Hey Joe" (6) / "Wild Thing" (1) / "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67: "Hey Joe" (19) / "Catfish Blues" (14) / "Foxy Lady" (12) / "The Wind Cries Mary" (10) / "Rock Me Baby" (5) / "Red House" (9) / "Purple Haze" (20) / "Wild Thing" (7)
    notes:
    - Additional material from the 09.10.67 show is available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Paris 1967 / San Francisco, CA 1968", 2003 ["Stone Free" (33) / "Fire" (95)]
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  • Winterland 03.02.68 - All Sources (ATM 137-138 / 12.12.2001 / 2CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 03.02.68; 1st & 2nd Show [1st, 2nd & 3rd Sources]; 50:03 / 66:56) 1st Source (57 min): Aud; Probably 2nd Gen / 2nd Source (35 min): Aud; 2nd Gen / 3rd Source (37 min): Aud; 1st Gen
    notes:
    - These are the Raw Sources from which the Composite set ATM 184 "Winterland 03.02.1968" is made
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  • New England Patriot (ATM 139-140 / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Boston Garden, Boston, MA 16.11.68 / Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI 27.11.68; 74:11 / 66:47) Boston: Aud; 1st Gen - Speed corrected & Some minor EQ'ing and de-noising / Providence: Aud; 1st Gen
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  • Madison Blues (ATM 141-142 / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Dane County Memorial Coliseum, Madison, WI 02.05.70 [Almost Complete; 2nd Source (Ketchum)]) Aud; 1st Gen - Modified (EQ'd & de-noised)
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - This tape has no serious/notable speed troubles. The tape (presumably the master and not just this dub) has some sudden drastic volume changes, and the whole thing is hissy. The sound is not too murky or distant. A lot of hiss and a some bass rumbling noise, but otherwise it's reasonably clear and all instruments can be heard most of the time. The distortion is not too bad....less than the usual. Apart from the occasional sudden volume changes the tape is fairly free of dropouts. Not many crackles. A few mic handling noises. There doesn't seem to be any any real signal above ~9 kHz. The tape runs nearly complete, just a few cuts.
    - Source walkthrough: Intro {starts pre-song, cutting in as Mitch is testing the drums. The level drops a couple seconds after the tape starts. Some microphone handling noises, and a few crackles}, "Fire" (67), "Room Full of Mirrors" (14), "Hear My Train A Comin'" (40) {level suddenly rises about a minute into the song}, "Lover Man" (28) {level suddenly changes a few times a minut or so into to the song, staying low for the remainder of the song}, "Red House" (63), {cut; Seems to be a cut or quick microphone unplug & plug-in after the end and before the next song. Levels seem to he higher after this cut}, "Message to Love" (28) {the start of this song is the loudest part so far on tape apart from the very brief drum beats at the very start before "Fire" (67). The level drops suddenly a minute or so into the song}, {cut; some tuneup and spoken intro seem to be missing}, "Ezy Rider" (19) {the level jumps up a minute or so into the song, and bounce up and down a couple times at approx. 2:00}, {cut with the taper apparently doing a "one two three testing" check, with just "one" surviving on the tape}, "Machine Gun" (16) {the very start is missing}, "Star Spangled Banner" (32), "Foxy Lady" (79), "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (68), "Purple Haze" (88) {level drops a minute or so into the song (right channel only). Tape ends after the applause dies down at after end of the song}.
    - The Existence of the Ketchum Source had been unknown to the general public as well as to hardcore collectors until it's rediscovery and subsequent release on this CD in 2001.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 71, p.26-28 & UniVibes issue 38, p.19-21 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
  • Tomorrow We'll Do Our Last Gig in the States (ATM 143 / 2001 / 1CDR)
    (Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 30.11.68 [1st & 2nd Source Composite]) Aud; 1st Gen (1st Source) & 2nd Gen (2nd Source)
    notes:
    - As complete as possible versions of both Detroit sources (raw) are available on ATM 231-232 "Detroit Rock City".
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 28, p.27-32 for a comprehensive review of the Detroit tapes (Online version available here).
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  • Lookin' For Trouble (ATM 144 / 2003 / 1CDR)
    (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto 03.05.69 [Complete]; 70:03) Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored *
    [* Some minor clicks here and there are touched up, while others couldn't be fixed. A number of microphone hits have a little volume correction on to limit their impact. There's also a lot of mic rustling (especially during the beginning of "Room Full Of Mirrors" (10)), but nothing could be done about theses. Furthermore there's also what sounds like distortion in one channel beginning about halfway through the disc, but again this couldn't be cleaned up. This is a mono source, but either during the original recording, or the transfer over to digital, there was a little phase offset introduced (possibly due to slightly out of alignment heads). Not a lot, just enough to give it a minor psuedo-stereo effect. The offset is very minor (only a few samples), and the left & right channels are practically the same, so this has also been left as is.]
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 20 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
    - Raw Source version is available.
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  • By Divine Providence (ATM 145 / 22.03.2001 / 1CDR)
    (Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI 17.05.69; 62:10) Aud; 2nd Gen
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  • Do You Know The Way (ATM 146 / 22.03.2001 / 1CDR)
    (Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival), Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 25.05.69 [Complete]) Aud; 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored *
    [* There were some wobbles in the sound where one channel or the other decreases in volume briefly. Some of the worst of these were patched by copying from the other channel. The worst ones almost amounted to short drop-outs in one channel. Channel averaging was not done because the relative phase between channels drifts around slightly (by +-3 samples). There have been no global alterations made to the tape, only these short local fixes. Towards the end of the tape the wobbles become a little more frequent and harder to mend cleanly, so most of these were left unaltered.]
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  • Jimi in Germany (ATM 147-151 Rev A / 2001 / 5CDR)
    (All Shows re-transferred from Masters 2000. Some shows have a few minor analog pop/clicks repaired)
    notes:
    - The Cologne 1st Source was formerly mis-identified as Beethovensaal, Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69; 1st Show, and the Cologne CD was therefore initially entiteled "Stuttgart 19.01.69".
    - Because of the above mentioned mis-identification, Stuttgart / Cologne was intially Disc 3 of this set, while "Nuremberg 16.01.69" was Disc 2. The Revised version (Rev A) corrects this, but makes no alterations to the musical content of the set.
    • Disc 1: "Hamburg 11.01.69": Musikhalle, Hamburg 11.01.69; 1st Show [Almost Complete]; 65:58 - Aud; 1st or 2nd Gen
    • Disc 2: "Cologne 13.01.69" (disc formerly called "Stuttgart 19.01.69"): Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 [1st Source]; 2 versions [1st version includes 10:22 segment by openig act Eire Apparent from the original tape]; 67:53 - Aud; 1st Gen
      notes:
      - Both versions are mastered too slow.
    • Disc 3: "Nuremberg 16.01.69": Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg 16.01.69; 1st Show [Complete]; 56:48 - Aud; 1st Gen
    • Disc 4: "Berlin 23.01.69": Sportpalast, Berlin 23.01.69 [Dressing Room Conversation * + Complete Show]; 55:33 - Conversation: Aud; No Gen info / Show: Aud; 1st Gen
      [* Backstage recording followed by the start of "Fire" (53) and some intro to the song (0:14) not featured in the Concert recording.]
    • Disc 5: "Berlin 04.09.70": Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin 04.09.70 [1st Source ** + 3rd Source ("Power Of Soul" (46) / "Lover Man" (41))]; 65:06 - 1st Source: Aud; 1st Gen / 3rd Source: Aud; No Gen info
      [** Last part of "Lover Man" (41) is missing on the 1st Source]
       

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  • Kick Out The Jams (ATM 152-157 / 19.08.2005 / 6CDR)
    (Compilation of live jams 1967-70: Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 [Hansson & Karlsson Jam] (Sample Tape) / Scene Club, New York City, NY 07.03.68 [Jam with Jim Morrison a.o.] / Unidentified Live jam (possibly New York City Night Club march-apr.1968) / Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 07.04.68 [Jam with Buddy Guy] [from the Soundtrack of the unreleased D.A.Pennenbaker film "Wake At Generation"] / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] / Pop Expo '69, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA 30.03.69 [Jam with Delaney & Bonnie] / Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, NY 10.08.69 / Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 [Jam with Eric Burdon & War; Old version incl.material with no Hendrix involvement]) Sbd & Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected
    Disc 1: Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 [Hansson & Karlsson Jam] (excerpts only): Jams I - XII / Scene Club, New York City, NY 07.03.68 [Jam with Jim Morrison a.o.]: "Red House" (15) / "I'm Gonna Leave This Town" [incl. "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (3) & "Tail Dragger"] / "Bleeding Heart" (9) / "F.H.I.T.A. Jam" [incl. "Tomorrow Never Knows" (2), "Outside Woman Blues" (1) & "Sunshine Of Your Love" (5)]; 75:49
    Disc 2: Unidentified Live jam (possibly New York City Night Club march-apr.1968): "Hoochie Coochie Man" (3) / Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68: "Instrumental Jam" / "Drunk Again" / JL2 / "Little Wing" (7); 46:38
    Disc 3: Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.68 (cont'd): "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (4) / "Stormy Monday" / "Three Little Bears" (7) / JL1; 40:32
    Disc 4: Generation Club, New York City, NY 07.04.68 [Jam with Buddy Guy]: JL3 / Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King]: "Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues" (No Hendrix involvement) / "Kooper's Shuffle" (No Hendrix involvement) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (6) / JL4 > JL5 [listed as "San Ho Zay"] / "Intro by B.B.King" (JL6) / "Slow Blues" (JL7 > JL8); 75:21
    Disc 5: Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 [Jam with B.B.King] (cont'd): "Fast Blues" (JL9) / "It's My Own Fault" / "Intro by B.B.King" (JL6) / Pop Expo '69, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA 30.03.69 [Jam with Delaney & Bonnie] (Recordings made for KDAY Radio): Backstage interview by Jay Harvey / Tuning up / "Blues Jam" > "Room Full Of Mirrors" (9) [listed as "Jamming with Delaney & Bonnie"] / Interview with Audience members by Jay Harvey [listed as "Outro"] / Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, NY 10.08.69: "The Dance" (2) / "Sundance" (3) / JL13 (incl."Earth Blues" (12)) / "Star Spangled Banner" (27); 78:51
    Disc 6: Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 [Jam with Eric Burdon & War]: "Paint It Black" (No Hendrix involvement) / "Blackbird" (No Hendrix involvement) / "Spill The Wine" (No Hendrix involvement) / "Mystery Train" (No Hendrix involvement) / "Mother Earth" / "Tobacco Road"; 41:43
    notes:
    - The complete recording of the Hansson & Karlsson jam from Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 allegedly runs for 4 hr 15 min but remain unreleased / uncirculated, although a 2 hour 10 min portion is said to have been in limited circulation since 2008. The recordings featured in this set are just 12 brief samples, and clock in at a total of a little over 16 min's. A 22:16 sample tape from this jam also exists, but that is in fact the same 16 min tape that's included here, merely differently indexed (just 11 tracks) and with the addition of an extra 6:02 track pieced together from the "original" samples as track 12.
    - Personnel on the Hansson & Karlsson Jam is allegedly Bo Hansson (organ), Georges Clemons (drums), George Wadenius (from Blood, Sweat & Tears) (guitar) and Hendrix. Janne Karlsson (drums) is said not to have participated.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 86, p.8-14 for a comprehensive review of the 2 hour 10 min portion of the Hansson & Karlsson jam.
    - Uncertainty has for a long time surrounded both the exact date for the Scene Club recordings and the personnel featured on them. Most sources lean towards 07.03.68 as the most likely date, and personnel is believed to be Jimi Hendrix (guitar / vocals), Jim Morrison (vocals) and Lester Chambers (harp) plus two unknown guitarists, unknown bass and unknown drums. Some of these may or may not have been members of The McCoys or The Young Rascals, but neither Johnny Winter nor Rick Derringer were among them.
    - Roy Buchanan was formerly believed to have participated in the 07.04.68 jam, but this is wrong. The featured guitarist is most likely Dave Woods, with Ed "Bugs" Gregory on bass, and possibly Glenway McTeer on drums.
    - Upgrade of the recording from Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 is available.
    • Bonus Disc (MPEG-files): Generation Club, New York City, NY 07.04.68: Footage of Jimi during performance by Big Brother & The Holding Company; 0:16 / JL3 [Jam with Buddy Guy]; 6:30 - [from the unreleased D.A.Pennenbaker film "Wake At Generation"]
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  • Axis: Bold as Love - The Sessions (ATM 158-160 / 2003 / 3CDR)
    (Nearly every available mix and take of the tracks recorded may-nov.1967 *, including the ones that appeared on "Axis: Bold as Love"; Stereo versions, mono versions, instrumental takes, alternate takes, outtakes etc.) Compiled from the best available Vinyl-, CD- and Tape Sources - Digitally Restored (Cleaned up and Vinyl tracks de-clicked)
    [* Curtis Knight 1967 material (available on ATM 103-104 "Curtis Knight & The Squires: The Complete Recordings Vol.2 - Studio") and the "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" sessions (available on ATM 234-235 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions May 1967-Jauary 1968") excepted, and so are the fake mono mixes of "Spanish Castle Magic" (3), "Ain't No Telling" (4) & "You've Got Me Floating" (4)]
    Disc 1 (27 tracks): "EXP" (2) [Sotheby's mix]; (3) [official mono]; ( ) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / "Up from the Skies" (3) [Sotheby's mix]; (4) [official mono]; (2) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / "Spanish Castle Magic" (1) [Sotheby's mix]; (4) [official mono]; ( ) [safe stereo]; (2) [official stereo] / "Wait until Tomorrow" (2) [Sotheby's mix]; (3) [official mono]; ( ) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / "Ain't No Telling" (3) [Sotheby's mix]; ( ) [alternate mix]; (5) [official mono]; (2) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / "Little Wing" (16) [instrumental take, Box Set LP]; (3) [official mono]; (2) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / " If 6 Was 9" (2) [official mono]; (4) [alternate mono mix, Box Set LP ] /
    Disc 2 (24 tracks): "If 6 Was 9" ( ) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / "You Got Me Floatin'" (3) [official mono]; (2) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / "Castles Made of Sand" (3) [Sotheby's mix]; (5) [official mono]; (2) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo]; (4) [one track of official stereo, played backwards; edited] / "She's So Fine" (4) [alternate mix, original lead vocal]; (3) [official mono]; (2) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / "One Rainy Wish" (5) [Sotheby's mix]; (4) [official mono]; (3) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo]; (2) [alternate mix, start with voiceover omitted, Lifelines] / "Little Miss Lover" (3) [mono, acetate take, UniVibes CD + cleanup]; (2) [official mono]; ( ) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo]; (6) [alternate mix, Box Set LP] /
    Disc 3 (18 tracks): "Bold as Love" (7) [instrumental take, Box Set LP]; (2) [Sotheby's mix]; (3, 4) [alternate mixes]; (5) [official mono]; ( ) [safe stereo]; (1) [official stereo] / "Mr. Bad Luck" (1) [Studio Haze]; (1) [different mix, Lifelines) / "Taking Care of No Business" (2) [no overdubs, Box Set LP]; (1) [with overdubs, different spoken vocals; Studio Haze] / "Cat Talkin' to Me" (1) [vocal take, Studio Haze] / "Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice" (1) [mono, acetate take]; (5) [alternate mono mix]; (4) [alternate stereo mix]; (2) [official mono mix, Singles Album CD]; (3) [official stereo mix, Loose Ends CD] / "Angel" (7) [instrumental take, SSD LP]; (10) [early vocal take, Box Set LP
    Sources: official mono: Official mono from Reprise vinyl, R-6281 / official stereo: Official stereo from Reprise CD, 6281-2 / safe stereo: Safe stereo from Japan Polydor CD, P33P-25023 / Box Set LP: Vinyl-version of the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set / Lifelines: "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story" CD Box / UniVibes CD: The UniVibes CD "Calling Long Distance ..." / Studio Haze: "Studio Haze" (ftbfs: B394) / Singles Album CD: "The Singles Album" CD / Loose Ends CD: "Loose Ends" CD / SSD LP: Vinyl-version of "South Saturn Delta"
    notes:
    - This set includes 3 versions (mixes) of the "Axis: Bold as Love" album in their entirety: The Official mono mix of Reprise vinyl R-6281, the official stereo mix of Reprise CD 6281-2, and the "safe stereo" mix of Japan Polydor CD P33P-25023.
    - Recommended companion disc: Officially Released Remastered Mono mix of "Axis: Bold as Love" is available as Vinyl album (Vinyl-to-CD transfer also available as Collectors' Disc).
    - This collection continues the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix started on ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience", and takes it up to ATM 234-235 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions May 1967-Jauary 1968".
    • Bonus Disc: Vinyl transfers of the "Axis: Bold as Love" Mono LPs Reprise R-6281 & Track 612 003 (26 tracks) - Digitally Restored
      notes:
      - These are different transfers but identical mixes. The Reprise R-6281 transfer is the one used for the main set itself.
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  • Baltimore '70 - 3rd Source (ATM 161 / 2003 / 1CDR)
    (Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 13.06.70 [3rd Source]; 49:25) Aud; Master Clone - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected (-4%) *
    [* This is an incomplete source with numerous cuts and the first two songs missing entirely. Many of the cuts are noisy, with a screech as the tape slows to a stop and then speeds up again upon re-start. These are left intact. There are one or two gaps that are different, essentially just a clean gap with material missing. These are also left as is. There were some digital clicks and buzzes present on the original transfer, and these were removed as completely as possible, although one or two buzzes couldn't be removed entirely. The source also ran about 4% fast, so it was pitch-adjusted to be approximately correct. The recording itself is straight mono. The two channels were identical except for a slight gain difference, which has beeen equalized. Nothing else has been done to the tape; Noise level and EQ are unchanged.]
    notes:
    - Source walkthrough: Tape starts at the beginning of "Machine Gun" (24) {just the first part of the song, some noises made by the taper handling the recording equipment are present at the beginning, fast tape speed up/down at 1:18, several fast tape speed ups/downs and/or cuts from 2:18 and onwards}, {cut}, "Ezy Rider" (24) {just final part of the song}, "Red House" (69) {with clean cut at 0:14}, spoken introduction {cut}, "Message To Love" (34) {tape speed ups/downs at 0:48 and around 2:50 (minor)}, "Hey Joe" (54) {end cut}, "Freedom" (19) {minor tape speed problems when the vocals come in}, "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (46) {fast tape speed ups/downs at 1:46, 2:47, 3:04 and a series of fast tape speed ups/downs from 5:28 to 5:33, small rise in level at 7:19 (increased level lasting for the remainder of the tape), fast tape speed up/down at 8:04}, {cut}, "Room Full Of Mirrors" (16), "Foxy Lady" (86) {changes in overall EQ from 0:51 to 1:37 (less low end)}, {clean cut} "Purple Haze" (95) {minor tape speed up/down at 0:15, cut at 0:35, cut at 1:33}, {cut}, "Star Spangled Banner" (38) {fast tape speed ups/downs and/or cuts at 0:21, 0:52 and 0:55}, "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (75) / "Midnight Lightning" (15) {fast tape speed ups/downs at 0:13 and 0:15, minor tape speed problems starting at around 5:50 and progressing to fast tape speed ups/downs at 6:13 and 6:15}, crowd {cut}.
    - This set was also available as part of JPIO Tree 003 along with ATM 216-217 "Band of Gypsys: Unleashed in the East" and the 4 upgrade tracks for ATM 066-071 "Box of Gypsys".
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  • Gothenburg '70 (ATM 162-163 / 28.03.2001 / 2CDR)
    (Stora Scenen, Liseberg, Gothenburg 01.09.70 [Almost Complete]; 45:05 / 45:03) Aud; 1st Gen (except patch in "Hey Joe" (59): 2nd Gen) - Digitally Restored (Noisy channel stripped off, some EQ and substansial de-noising)
    notes:
    - Source walkthrough: "Spanish Castle Magic" (49), "Killing Floor" (18), "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (51), "Message To Love" (43) {cut at 7:00}, "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (11) {cut at 1:28}, "In From The Storm" (8), "Hey Joe" (59) {cut at 1:14 - 1:37 patched with 2nd Gen tape}, "Foxy Lady" (96), "Red House" (78) {start cut, cut at 5:54}, "Room Full Of Mirrors" (21) {start cut}, "Straight Ahead" (7), "Purple Haze" (104) {cut at 3:00 - 3:04}, "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (85) {cuts at 11.35 & 11. 38, taper rewinded the tape and recorded 2 bits of audience noise over the end of the track}.
    - More Complete version of this Show than any other Circulating versions, including the versions available on "The Warm Hello of the Sun" (ftbfs: 494) and "Jimi's Last Visit to Sweden Vol.2" (ftbfs: B494).
    - Alternate Edit is available.
    - Upgrade is available.
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  • Palasport di Bologna (ATM 164-165 / 10.05.2001 / 2CDR)
    (Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show [1st, 2nd & 3rd Source] / "It Must Be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68 [Complete] / "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 [Live & Interview by Flip Wilson] + filler: Noel Redding Interview (unidentified date) / Monika Danneman Interview by Dutch Radio (?) 1973 / Carlos Olms Interview, London mid-1970's; 73:02 / 71:13) Bologna 1st Source: Aud; 1st Gen (?) / Bologna 2nd Source: Aud; Master (?) / Bologna 3rd Source: Aud; 1st Gen from DAT / Filler: Sbd; No Gen Info except "It Must Be Dusty": Sbd; No Gen Info - Speed corrected
    Disc 1: Bologna 3rd Source: "Fire" (24) / "Hey Joe" (29) / "Stone Free" (9) / "Red House" (83) / "Tax Free" (7) / Bologna 2nd Source: "Fire" (24) / "Hey Joe" (29) / "Stone Free" (9) / "Red House" (83) / "Tax Free" (7) / "Purple Haze" (39) / "Foxy Lady" (30)
    Disc 2: Bologna 1st Source: "Fire" (24) / "Hey Joe" (29) / "Stone Free" (9) / "Red House" (83) / "Tax Free" (7) / "Purple Haze" (39) / "Foxy Lady" (30) / "It Must Be Dusty": "Stone Free" (11) / Interview / "Mockingbird" / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (24) / "Tonight Show": Interview / "Lover Man" (19 / "Lover Man" (20) / Interviews: Carl Olms / Noel Redding / Monika Denneman
    notes:
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 48, p.10-11 for a comprehensive review of the Bologna tapes.

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  • Can't Believe Everything You See And Hear (ATM 166 / 2001 / 1CDR)
    (Konserthuset, Stockholm 08.01.68; 1st Show) Aud; 2nd Gen (Best Surviving Master)
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  • Portland '68 (ATM 167 / 2001 / 1CDR)
    (Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR 09.09.68 [Complete]; 64:40) Aud; Master Clone
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 58, p.13-14 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Way Down in Texas Land Vol.3 (ATM 168-169 Rev A / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Moody Coliseum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 03.08.68 [Complete] / Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 04.08.68; 1st Show + filler: Vets Memorial Coliseum, Columbus, OH 03.03.68) Aud; 2nd Gen except Columbus, OH: Aud; No Gen Info
    notes:
    - The 7+ min. Columbus, OH 03.03.68 recording ["Tax Free" (18) / "Fire" (94)] is unmodified, and suffers from constant pitch variations.
    - The initial version of this set had clicks between tracks. The Revised versions has this problem corrected.
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  • Madison Square Garden '69 (ATM 170-171 / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 18.05.69 [1st Source (Yelen) (Complete Show) + 2nd Source (Kulick) (Almost Complete Show *)]; 71:08 / 69:08) 1st Source: Aud; 2nd Gen / 2nd Source: Aud; 3rd Gen
    [* "Red House" (55) is edited on the Kulick Source]
    notes:
    - Revised version featuring upgrade of Disc 2 is available.
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  • Madison Square Garden '69 (ATM 170-171 Rev A / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 18.05.69 [1st Source (Yelen) (Complete Show) + 2nd Source (Kulick) (Almost Complete Show *)]; 71:08 / 69:29) 1st Source: Aud; 2nd Gen / 2nd Source: Aud; 2nd Gen - Speed corrected
    [* "Red House" (55) is edited on the Kulick Source]
    notes:
    - The initial version of this set featured a 3rd Gen recording of the 2nd Source (Disc 2).
    - An additional 3rd Source from Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 18.05.69 is currently uncirculated, but parts of it is incorporated in an available 3 Source Merge of the concert.
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  • Jimi Hendrix & The Isley Brothers: In the Beginning (ATM 172 / 2002 / 1CDR)
    (Compilation of material by The Isley Brothers feat.Jimi Hendrix, 1964: Vinyl-to-CD transfer of the LP "In The Beginning…The Isley Brothers and Jimi Hendrix" [T-Neck TNS-5007 / 1970] plus Additional material: "Testify (Parts 1 & 2)" (1) [45 single version], "Move Over And Let Me Dance" (3) [45 single version] & "The Last Girl" (2) [45 single version] taken from the CD "The Isley Brothers Story Volume One: Rocking Soul" [Rhino R2 70908 1991] / "Have You Ever Been Disappointed ?" (2) [45 single version] & "Looking For A Love" (1) [45 single version] taken from Vinyl transfers found on the Isley Brothers bootleg CD "Twist And Shout & Testify" [Teenage Record Co.1004] / Various material taken from the CD "The Isley Brothers: The Complete UA Sessions" [EMI Records CDP 595203 / 1991] / Also includes related material with no and / or unconfirmed Hendrix involvement) "In the Beginning" LP: Transferred from Mint Vinyl - Digitally Restored / Remaining material: Lifted from CDs - Partially Digitally restord
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  • Atlanta + Space [aka. "Atlanta International Pop Festival"] (ATM 173-174 / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 [Aud Source (Complete Show) + "Space Mix" (1st half of the Show)]; 65:41 / 61:48) Aud Source: Stereo Aud; 3rd Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected (+5,2%) * / "Space Mix": Sbd ("Space Mix"); No Gen info (Straight transfer)
    [* Most copies run slow; This one needed an upward correction of 5.2% to synchronize to official releases. The bootleg 2LP ["Atlanta - Live in Atlanta July 4th, 1970" (ftbfs: B065)] runs even slower than that. Also, the two channels were out of phase a bit, which caused the sound to be cocked to the side; This was corrected. Somewhere during the gen chain, it looks like there was an attempt to correct this by adjusting balance, so the balance was re-equalized too.]
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  • In the Eye of the Storm (ATM 175-176 / 09.11.2001 / 2CDR)
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete; Aud Sources]; 73:40 / 77:38) 1st Show: Stereo Aud; 2nd Gen / 2nd Show: Aud (1st Aud Source); Master Clone
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  • In the West (ATM 177-178 / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ 04.09.68 / Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA 08.09.68 / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [2nd Aud Source [Short] *] 64:54 / 63:11) Phoenix: Aud; 1st Gen - Partially Digitally Restored / Spokane: Aud; 2nd Gen ** / Los Angeles Forum: Aud; 1st Gen
    [* Includes a 0:20 fragment of "Villanova Junction" (11) from Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 at the end, as on the original 1st Gen tape / ** Long believed to be a Master Clone, new information (2005) shows that the Spokane recording is actually 2nd Gen (Master > Cassette > Cassette > CDR).]
    notes:
    - "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" is introduced after "Little Wing" (9), but is not included on the Spokane tape.
    - The Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 2nd Aud Source suffers from numerous minor clicks / pops, especially on "Red House" (50); Upgrade is available.
    - The featured Phoenix recording is at wrong speed.
    - Revised version of this set featuring speed corrected version of the Phoenix recording is available.
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  • In the West (ATM 177-178 Rev A / 2001 / 2CDR)
    (Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ 04.09.68 / Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA 08.09.68 / Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 [2nd Aud Source [Short] *] 61:12 / 63:11) Phoenix: Aud; 1st Gen - Speed corrected & Partially Digitally Restored / Spokane: Aud; 2nd Gen ** / Los Angeles Forum: Aud; 1st Gen
    [* Includes a 0:20 fragment of "Villanova Junction" (11) from Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 at the end, as on the original 1st Gen tape / ** Long believed to be a Master Clone, new information (2005) shows that the Spokane recording is actually 2nd Gen (Master > Cassette > Cassette > CDR).]
    notes:
    - The initial version of this set had the Phonix recording (Disc 1) at wrong speed. The Revised version has been speed-corrected.
    - "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" is introduced after "Little Wing" (9), but is not included on the Spokane tape.
    - The Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 2nd Aud Source suffers from numerous minor clicks / pops, especially on "Red House" (50); Upgrade is available.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 35, p.24 for a comprehensive review of the Phoenix tape.
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  • Cologne 13.01.69 - 2nd Source [aka. "Old Spice"] (ATM 179 / 2003 / 1CDR)
    (Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 [2nd Source]; 55:41) Aud; Master ? - Speed corrected & Modified *
    [* On the original tape the left channel is overdriven and badly clipped, so here the right channel has been copied to both. Due to battery drain during recording, the pitch starts to rise about 1/2 way through the tape, slowly at first and then accelerating toward the end. As it's impossible to pin down exact locations for pitch corrections when dealig with slow variation like these, there are still minor deviations from true pitch, but the remaining variations are probably no more than 1 - 1.5% or so.]
    notes:
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 45, p.3-4 (online version available here) and Jimpress issue 75, p.17-18 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
    - Raw source version of this recording is available.
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  • TTG Studios October 1968 [aka. "At TTG Studios"] (ATM 180-183 / 2002 / 4CDR)
    (TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA oct.1968) Very Low Gen incl. material lifted from official releases - Some tracks have been Speed corrected and/or De-clicked
    Disc 1: The Jack Bruce Jam 16/17.10.68: JS10 / JS11 / "I Just Want To Make Love To You" (JS12) / JS6 / JS7 / JS8 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (2) / JS9 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (3) /
    Disc 2: Oct.1968: "Messenger" (1) (JS31) / 18.10.68: "Izabella" (JS2) / Oct.1968: "Heavy Jam" (JS1) / 21.10.68: "Calling All Devil's Children" (1, 2, 9) / "Lee Michaels Jam" (JS14) / "Hear My Freedom" / "Electric Church Jam" (JS32) / 22.10.68: "Look Over Yonder" (3) / 23.10.68: "New Rising Sun" (1) [lifted from the CD "Voodoo Soup"] /
    Disc 3: 24.10.68: "Peace In Mississippi" (1) / 25.10.68: "Slow Walking Talk" [by Robert Wyatt; lifted from the UniVibes CD "Calling Long Distance ..."] / 27.10.68: JS28 / JS29 / JS30 / "Everything's Gonna Be All Right" (1) / 29.10.68: "Lover Man" (42 - first part) [lifted from the Vinyl-version of "South Saturn Delta"] / "Lover Man" (1, 2) / "Session Thing" /
    Disc 4: "Gloria" (1) [lifted from CD "The Essential Jimi Hendrix Vol.1 & 2"] / "Red House" (7) (Flat Mix) / Oct.1968 [by Eire Apparent; lifted from Eire Apparent's CD "Sunrise"]: "Let Me Stay" / "Magic Carpet" / "Morning Glory" / "Mr.Guy Fawkes" / "Yes I Need Someone" / "Someone Is Sure To Want You" / "The Clown" / "Captive In The Sun" / Alternate mixes: "Look Over Yonder" (2) [lifted from the LP "Rainbow Bridge"] / "Gloria" (3) [lifted from the Vinyl-version of the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set] / "Red House" (7) [lifted from the CD ":Blues"] / "Gloria" (2)
    notes:
    - At the time of the release this set featured the Complete circulating recordings from the Sessions at TTG Studios 1968. More TTG Recordings have later been discovered, and are available on "The Capricorn Tape" ["New Rising Sun" (2)].
    - Personnel on the 27.10.68 sessions may have included Andy Summers (bass), Robert Wyatt (drums) and Zoot Money (piano)
    - It was initially believed Lee Michaels played keyboards on the 29.10.68 sessions, but new information seems to suggests it was really Graham Bond.
    - "Session Thing" was initially believed to be part of the Jam with Traffic at Electric Lady Studios 15.06.70, but has later been determined to come from TTG Studios 29.10.68. It has now also been suggested that the flute may have been played by Lowell George, not Jim Horn.
    - A truncated 3CD version of this set - omitting the officially available material - is also in circulation.
    - Another truncated 2CD version - omitting both the Jack Bruce Jam and the officially available material - is in circulation as "TTG For You And Me".
    - This collection continues the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix as started on ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience" and ATM 158-160 "Axis: Bold as Love - The Sessions", and takes it from ATM 224-225 "Electric Ladyland - Sesssions June-August 1968" up to FTO 005 "February 1969 Sessions".

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  • Winterland 03.02.68 - Composite (ATM 184 / 2001 / 1CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 03.02.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Composite of 1st, 2nd & 3rd Source]) 1st Source (57 min): Aud; Probably 2nd Gen / 2nd Source (35 min): Aud; 2nd Gen / 3rd Source (37 min): Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored & Remastered
    notes:
    - Original version with index-mark clicks. Do not trade!
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  • Winterland 03.02.68 - Composite (ATM 184 Rev A / 15.05.2002 / 1CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 03.02.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Composite of 1st, 2nd & 3rd Source]) 1st Source (57 min): Aud; Probably 2nd Gen / 2nd Source (35 min): Aud; 2nd Gen / 3rd Source (37 min): Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored & Remastered
    notes:
    - The initial version of this set had clicks between tracks. The Revised versions has this problem corrected.
    - The Raw Sources for this Composite are available on ATM 137-138 "Winterland 03.02.68 - All Sources".
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  • The Jimmy James Singles Collection (ATM 185-186 / 17.12.2001 / 2CDR)
    (Vinyl to CD-transfer of all Pre-Experience 45 rpm Singles recorded 1964-1966: Jimi Hendrix [aka. Jimmy James] featured with Rosa Lee Brooks, The Isley Brothers, Don Covay & The Goodtimers, Little Richard, Curtis Knight, Curtis Knight & The Squires, Jayne Mansfield, Ray Sharpe with The King Curtis Orchestra, The Atlantic Sounds, The Icemen, Jimmy Norman, Lonnie Youngblood, Billy Lamont / This set also includes related material with no Hendrix involvement) Compiled from Original 45 rpm Singles - Digitally Restored
    Disc 1: The Isley Brothers: "Testify (Part 1)" (2) / "Testify (Part 2)" (2) [T-NECK TN-7921 - USA June 1964] / Don Covay & the Goodtimers: "Mercy, Mercy" / "Can't Stay Away" [ROSEMART 45-801 - USA August 1964] / Don Covay: "Take This Hurt Off Me" / "Please Don't Let Me Know" [ATLANTIC ATL.4016 - UK 1965] / The Isley Brothers: "The Last Girl" (1) / "Looking For A Love" (1) [ATLANTIC 45-2263 - UK November 1964] / The Isley Brothers: "Simon Says" / "Wild As A Tiger" [ATLANTIC 45-2277 - USA 1965] / The Isley Brothers: "Move Over And Let Me Dance" (1) / "Have You Ever Been Disappointed" (2) [ATLANTIC 45-2303 - USA September 1965] / Little Richard: "I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me" (take 1 (1)) / "I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me" (take 1 (1)) [VEE JAY VJ-698 - USA November 1965] / Little Richard: "I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me" (take 2 (1)) / "I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me" (take 1 (3)) [VEE JAY VJ-698 - USA November 1965] / Curtis Knight: "Ain't Gonna Be No Next Time" / "More Love" [RSVP 1111 - USA late 1965 - early 1966] / Curtis Knight: "How Would You Feel" (1) / "Welcome Home" (5) [RSVP 1120 - USA 1966] / Curtis Knight & The Squires: "Hornet's Nest" (1) / "Knock Yourself Out" (1) [RSVP 1124 - USA 1966]
    Disc 2: Jayne Mansfield: "As The Clouds Drift By" / "Suey" [LONDON HL 10147 - UK 21 July 1967] / Ray Sharpe w/ the King Curtis Orchestra: "Help Me (Get The Feeling) - Part I" (Help Me (1)) / "Help Me (Get The Feeling) - Part II" (Help Me (1)) [ATCO 45-6402 - USA 1966] / Ray Sharpe: "I Can't Take It" / "Mary Jane" [ATCO 45-6437 - USA late 1966] / The Atlantic Sounds: "Pata Pata" / "Blast Off" [ATLANTIC 45-2468 - USA 1967] / The Icemen: "(My Girl) She's A Fox" (1) / "(I Wonder) What It Takes" (Win Your Love (1)) [SAMAR S-111- USA 1966] / The Icemen: "Sugar Baby" / "Only Time Will Tell" [SAMAR S-117 - USA 1966] / Jimmy Norman: "You're Only Hurting Yourself" (Two In One Goes (3)) / "That Little Old Groovemaker" (Groovemaker (4)) [SAMAR S-112 - USA 1966] / Lonnie Youngblood: "Go Go Shoes" (1) / "Go Go Place" (1) [FAIRMOUNT F-1002 - USA 1966] / Lonnie Youngblood: "Wooley Bully" / "The Grass (Will Sing For You)" [FAIRMOUNT F-1016 - USA 1966] / Lonnie Youngblood: "Soul Food" (That's What I Like) (1) / "Goodbye, Bessie Mae" (1) [FAIRMOUNT F-1022 - USA 1967] / Billy LaMont: "Sweet Thang" (Wipe That Sweat - take 3 (5)) / "Please Don't Leave" [20TH CENTURY FOX 45-6707 - USA June? 1968] / King Curtis & The Kingpins: "Instant Groove" (Help Me (3)) / "Sweet Inspiration" [ATCO 45-6680 - USA 1969]
    notes:
    - The initial version of this set has 24 tracks on each disc, while the Rev.A version (V 2.0) has 28 tracks on Disc 1 and 26 trackson Disc 2.

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  • The Jimmy James Singles Collection - V 2.0 (ATM 185-186 Rev A / 15.12.2004 / 2CDR)
    (Vinyl to CD-transfer of all Pre-Experience 45 rpm Singles recorded 1964-1966: Jimi Hendrix [aka. Jimmy James] featured with Rosa Lee Brooks, The Isley Brothers, Don Covay & The Goodtimers, Little Richard, Curtis Knight, Curtis Knight & The Squires, Jayne Mansfield, Ray Sharpe with The King Curtis Orchestra, The Atlantic Sounds, The Icemen, Jimmy Norman, Lonnie Youngblood, Billy Lamont, Frank Howard & The Commanders, Owen Grey, Aretha Franklin / This set also includes related material with no Hendrix involvement) Compiled from Original 45 rpm Singles - Digitally Restored
    Disc 1: The Isley Brothers: "Testify (Part 1)" (2) / "Testify (Part 2)" (2) [T-NECK TN-7921 - USA June 1964] / Don Covay & the Goodtimers: "Mercy, Mercy" / "Can't Stay Away" [ROSEMART 45-801 - USA August 1964] / Don Covay: "Take This Hurt Off Me" / "Please Don't Let Me Know" [ATLANTIC ATL.4016 - UK 1965] / The Isley Brothers: "The Last Girl" (1) / "Looking For A Love" (1) [ATLANTIC 45-2263 - UK November 1964] / The Isley Brothers: "Simon Says" / "Wild As A Tiger" [ATLANTIC 45-2277 - USA 1965] / Rosa Lee Brooks: "My Diary" * / "Utee" * [REVIS RECORDS 1013 - USA 1965] / Little Richard: "I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me" (take 1 (1)) / "I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me" (take 1 (1)) [VEE JAY VJ-698 - USA November 1965] / Little Richard: "I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me" (take 2 (1)) / "I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me" (take 1 (3)) [VEE JAY VJ-698 - USA November 1965] / Frank Howard & The Commanders: "I'm So Glad" * / "I'm Sorry For You" * [BARRY RECORDS 1008 - USA 1966?] / The Isley Brothers: "Move Over And Let Me Dance" (1) / "Have You Ever Been Disappointed" (2) [ATLANTIC 45-2303 - USA September 1965] / Curtis Knight: "Ain't Gonna Be No Next Time" / "More Love" [RSVP 1111 - USA late 1965 - early 1966] / Curtis Knight: "How Would You Feel" (1) / "Welcome Home" (5) [RSVP 1120 - USA 1966] / Curtis Knight & The Squires: "Hornet's Nest" (1) / "Knock Yourself Out" (1) [RSVP 1124 - USA 1966] / Jayne Mansfield: "As The Clouds Drift By" / "Suey" [LONDON HL 10147 - UK 21 July 1967]
    Disc 2: Ray Sharpe w/ the King Curtis Orchestra: "Help Me (Get The Feeling) - Part I" (Help Me (1)) / "Help Me (Get The Feeling) - Part II" (Help Me (1)) [ATCO 45-6402 - USA 1966] / Ray Sharpe: "I Can't Take It" / "Mary Jane" [ATCO 45-6437 - USA late 1966] / The Atlantic Sounds: "Pata Pata" / "Blast Off" [ATLANTIC 45-2468 - USA 1967] / The Icemen: "(My Girl) She's A Fox" (1) / "(I Wonder) What It Takes" (Win Your Love (1)) [SAMAR S-111- USA 1966] / The Icemen: "Sugar Baby" / "Only Time Will Tell" [SAMAR S-117 - USA 1966] / Jimmy Norman: "You're Only Hurting Yourself" (Two In One Goes (3)) / "That Little Old Groovemaker" (Groovemaker (4)) [SAMAR S-112 - USA 1966] / Lonnie Youngblood: "Go Go Shoes" (1) / "Go Go Place" (1) [FAIRMOUNT F-1002 - USA 1966] / Lonnie Youngblood: "Wooley Bully" / "The Grass (Will Sing For You)" [FAIRMOUNT F-1016 - USA 1966] / Lonnie Youngblood: "Soul Food" (That's What I Like) (1) / "Goodbye, Bessie Mae" (1) [FAIRMOUNT F-1022 - USA 1967] / Billy LaMont: "Sweet Thang" (Wipe That Sweat - take 3 (5)) / "Please Don't Leave" [20TH CENTURY FOX 45-6707 - USA June? 1968] / Owen Grey: "Help Me" (2) * / "Incence" * [ISLAND WIP-6000 - UK 1966] / Aretha Franklin: "Respect" * / "Save Me" * [ISLAND 584114 - UK 1967] / King Curtis & The Kingpins: "Instant Groove" (Help Me (3)) / "Sweet Inspiration" [ATCO 45-6680 - USA 1969]
    [* Material not featured on the initial version of this set.]
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 185-186 "The Jimmy James Singles Collection"; Some tracks have been added, some upgraded, and the order rearranged a little to reflect revised thoughts on recording dates.
    - The initial version of this set has 24 tracks on each disc, while the Rev.A version (V 2.0) has 28 tracks on Disc 1 and 26 trackson Disc 2.
    - Some notes on the changes: 1) The Rosa Lee Brooks sides are now taken from the original 45 (two different copies of it in fact). The increase in quality is substantial; this is probably the best-quality version around now. Different recollections by Rosa, Arthur, etc on the recording year have conflicted; but evidence indicates that early 1965 is likely. Thus those sides have been moved forward in the sequence. 2) The Frank Howard & The Commanders sides are now included. The principals involved claim that Jimi is on guitar on "I'm So Glad". This A-side is available on CD, in equivalent quality, although the fade is a little different there. 3) Both the Owen Gray remake of "Help Me" and Aretha's track "Save Me" are now included, along with their flip-sides. Both use the Ray Sharpe backing track, although Aretha's version has Jimmy's rhythm guitar removed. It's still included in the spirit of the other "context" singles on this set that don't actually include Hendrix. 4) The Jayne Mansfield sides have been moved to the end of Disc 1, since they most naturally go with the Curtis Knight recordings. 5) Although some of these tracks are available on CD, all sides are taken from the original 45s, just as on V 1.0 of this collection.
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  • Hendrix for Everyone (ATM 187-191 / 2002 / 5CDR)
    (The Complete 4 Hour KPFA Radio Special spread across 4 CDs plus a 5th Music-only Disc)
    notes:
    - The KPFA-tapes are copies of the Original Master tapes given to the KPFA Radio Station by Alan Douglas in 1982.
    - Discs 1-4 also includes material lifted from Official albums plus Excerpts from various interviews with Jimi Hendrix and others.
    - This set duplicates most (if not all) the KPFA material on ATM 006 "LA Without The Words", ATM 057-058 "The KPFA Tapes / Sound Center Studios" and the Collectors' Disc "The KPFA Tapes".
    • Disc 1: "Birth of the Experience": Musical content: Rosa Lee Brooks Single 1964 / Studio 1967 / Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 / Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69
    • Disc 2: "The Height of Success": Musical content: Studio 1967 / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / l'Olympia, Paris 29.01.68; 2nd Show / Studio & Outtakes 1968
    • Disc 3: "The Blues": Musical content: Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 / Outtakes 1969 / "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 / Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show + Excerpts from Guest appearances on recordings by The Last Poets, Love and Stephen Stills
    • Disc 4: "Epilogue": Musical content: Outtakes 1969-1970
    • Disc 5: "Hendrix for Everyone": Outtakes 1968-70 [Material not featured on the KPFA Radio Special] ["Country Blues" ( ) / "Cherokee Mist" (1) / "Cherokee Mist" (8) > "In From The Storm" (4) / "Lord I Sing The Blues" (5) / "Driving South" (5) Jam [Excerpt from John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69] / "Country Blues" (2) > "Astro Man" (5) / "Dancing Blues" aka "Hollywood / Duet Jam" (JS3) / "Ezy Rider Jam / Dance" (2) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (22) / "Freedom" ( )]
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  • Norman, Is That You Norman? (ATM 192 / 2002 / 1CDR)
    (The Fieldhouse, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 08.05.70; 2nd Show [Almost Complete]; 66:18) Aud; Master - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected
    notes:
    - Remastered Upgrade of ATM 052 "Cherokee Nation"; Major improvements besides lack of diginoise are elimination of the numerous dropouts and of the substantial pitch variation.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 47, p.30-32 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • At His Best? (ATM 193-194 / 21.06.2002 / 2CDR)
    (The Mike Ephron Sessions, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY 13.09.69; 56:51 / 37:45) Compiled and Digitally Restored from the Best available Vinyl Sources - Speed corrected, EQ'd & de-clicked
    Disc 1: Jam 1 (JA11) - Part 1: "Gypsy Boy" (3) > "New Rising Sun" aka. "Young Jimi" / Jam 1 (JA11) - Part 2: "Free Thunder" / Jam 1 (JA11) - Part 3: "Swift's Wing" / Jam 1 (JA11) - Part 4: "Down Mean Blues" / "Fried Cola" / Jam 2 (JA12): "Feels Good" / "Monday Morning Blues" / Jam 3 (JA13): "Lift-Off" / Jam 4: "Madagascar"
    Disc 2:
    "Key To The Highway" aka. "Jimi Is Tender Too" / "Cave Man Bells" / "Stepping Stone" (3) aka."She Went to Bed With My Guitar" / "Villanova Junction" (7) aka. "Strokin' A Lady On Each Hip" / "Earth Blues" (9) aka. "Giraffe" / "Baby Chicken Strut"
    notes:
    - This Set features all material found on the 4 Sagapan LPs "Jimi Hendrix At His Best Vol.1-3" (ftbfs: A022 / A023 / A024) and "Jimi Hendrix At His Best", plus on the vinyl bootleg "This Flyer" (ftbfs: B089). The original recordings were initially edited and spread across these albums (and others) in a variety of mixes, but here the tracks from those albums have been spliced back together again to re-create the original songs/jams as complete as possible.
    - Refer to "From the Benjamin Franklin Studios" 2nd edition p.177-179 (Appendix B) for a comprehensive review of the recordings from the Mike Ephron Sessions.
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  • Tulsa (ATM 195 / 2002 / 1CDR)
    (Civic Assembly Arena, Tulsa, OK 07.06.70) Aud; 2nd Gen [non-EH Source] - Pitch corrected to match the EH-version
    notes:
    - The last song of the show - "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" - wasn't recorded.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 72, p.3-5 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
    - In addition to the EH-version (downloadable from Experience Hendrix @ jimihendrix.com) there are 2 other non-EH versions of this recording in circulation - one Raw and one Modified. The ATM version is not identical to any of these.
    - Upgrade (1st Gen) is available.
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  • Philharmonic Hall - All Sources (ATM 196-198 / 2002 / 3CDR)
    (An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show [1st, 2nd & 3rd Source + Stereo Effect Mixes ("Red House" (33) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (12))]; 72:36 / 58:05 / 47:50) 1st Source (25 min): Aud; 2nd Gen / 2nd Source (72 min): Aud; 1st Gen / 3rd Source (58 min): Aud; 1st Gen / Stereo Effect mixes: Fake Stereo versions from 3rd Source with patches from 1st Source (EQed and a little reverb added to one channel)
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  • Winterland 11.10.68 - 2nd Audience Source (ATM 199-200 / 2002 / 2CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show [2nd Aud Source ("Are You Experienced" (11) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (29) / "Red House" (28) / "Foxy Lady" (39))] & 2nd Show [2nd Aud Source ("Tax Free" (9) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (13) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (10) / "Lover Man" (12)) / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco (most likely) 12.10.68 [Backstage interview by Gus Gossert for KPMX Radio]) Winterland 11.10.68: Aud (2nd Aud Source); 1st Gen / Winterland Interview: Master (Original Tape baked and then transferred)
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 73, p.30-31 & UniVibes issue 44, p.16-18 for comprehensive reviews of the KPMX interview tape..

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  • Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show - 2nd Audience Source (ATM 201 / 2002 / 1CDR)
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show [Almost Complete*; 2nd Aud Source (Hallendorf)]) Aud; No Gen info
    [* Short break where the Master tape had to be flipped over]
    notes:
    - Version with verified lineage (Master cassette > CDR) is available.
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  • Winterland 11.10.68 [aka. "Winterland Old Source"] (ATM 202-203 / 2002 / 2CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show [Complete] & 2nd Show) Aud (1st Aud Source (Aurand)); 1st & 3rd Gen Composite: 1st Gen except "Red House" (28), "Foxy Lady" (39), "Foxy Lady" (40) & some short bits between songs: 3rd Gen
    notes:
    - The Original Master of this recording apparently no longer exist.
    - The 1st Gen transfer (aka. "The Evan Tape") is incomplete, so the missing portions have been taken from older 3rd Gen transfers
    - A DAT buzz at the beginning of "Foxy Lady" (40) (present on all copies of this source) was unrepairable, and had to be left in
    - "Purple Haze" (50) (from 2nd Show) is missing on all versions of this source, and most likely wasn't recorded
    - Includes material that's an Upgrade of parts of the 11.10.68; 1st Show Aud material on ATM 011-016 "Three Nights of Winter"
    - Raw source version of the so-called "Evan Tape" (1st Gen tracks) is available.
    - Raw Source version of the 3rd Gen transfer is available.
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  • Winterland 11.10.68 - 1st Show Composite (ATM 204 / 2002 / 1CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show [Sbd & Aud Composite]) Stereo Sbd; 2nd Gen except "Foxy Lady" (39): Aud (2nd Aud Source); 1st Gen / "Star Spangled Banner" (9) & "Purple Haze" (49): Aud (1st Aud Source); 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Sbd tracks lifted from ATM 011-016 "Three Nights of Winter"; 1st Aud Source tracks lifted from ATM 202-203 "Winterland 11.10.68"; 2nd Aud Source track lifted from ATM 199-200 "Winterland 11.10.68 - 2nd Aud Source".
    - Upgrade of the Sbd portion is available
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  • Band of Gypsys - The Rehearsal Sessions (ATM 205-206 / 2003 / 2CDR)
    (The Complete unreleased recordings from the Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 *; ) Low Gen except "Message To Love" (12, 13), "Ezy Rider" (3, 4) & spot between "Message To Love" (11) and "Ezy Rider" (5): Lower Gen / Beginning of "Who Knows" (1-5) lifted from download-version available from Experience Hendrix @ jimihendrix.com - Digitally Restored & Pitch corrected to match Official material ("Message To Love" (10) has some dropouts partially restored)
    [* Officially available material not included: "Izabella" (29) > "Machine Gun" (37) as downloadable from Experience Hendrix @ jimihendrix.com / "Burning Desire" (1) & "Hoochie Coochie Man" (2) as released on the "Loose Ends" Vinyl (Clipped versions available on Dagger Records' "The Baggy's Rehearsal Sessions" CD) / "We Gotta Live Together" (5), "Baggy's Jam", "Earth Blues (18)" & "Burning Desire" (9) as released on "The Baggy's Rehearsal Sessions" CD / "Little Drummer Boy" (5) > "Silent Night" (3) > "Taps" > "Auld Lang Syne" (6) as released on the "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year" CD Single (Clipped, but more complete than the versions on the "... And A Happy New Year" Promo Single (Reprise PRO 595; 1974) / 12" single (Reprise PRO-A-840; 1979))]
    Disc 1 (15 tracks): "Message to Love" (8, 9, practice) / "Message to Love" (10) / "Message to Love" (11) / "Message to Love" (12) [mono] / "Message to Love" (13) / "Ezy Rider" (3) / "Ezy Rider" (4) / "Ezy Rider" (5) / "Message to Love" (14) / "Message to Love" (15) / "Who Knows" (1-5) / "Who Knows" (6) / "Who Knows" (7) / "Message to Love (17) / "Message to Love" (18)
    Disc 2 (8 tracks): "Message to Love" (16) / "Ezy Rider" (6) / "Power Of Soul" (38) / "Earth Blues" (8) / "Changes" (1) / "Changes" (2) / "Lover Man" (5) / "Lover Man" (6)
    If one for personal use were to incorporate the officially released material into this set, one would get the following alternate tracklist (official material in red):
    Disc 1 (16 tracks): "Message to Love" (8, 9, practice) / "Message to Love" (10) / "Message to Love" (11) / "Message to Love" (12) [mono] / "Message to Love" (13) / "Ezy Rider" (3) / "Ezy Rider" (4) / "Ezy Rider" (5) / "Message to Love" (14) / "Message to Love" (15) / "Who Knows" (1-5) / "Who Knows" (6) / "Who Knows" (7) / "Message to Love" (17) / "Message to Love" (18) /
    "Izabella" (29) [mono, incomplete start] > "Machine Gun" (37) [mono]
    Disc 2 (15 tracks): "Message to Love" (16) / "Ezy Rider" (6) / "Power of Soul" (38) / "Earth Blues" (8) / "Changes" (1) / "Changes" (2) / "Lover Man" (5) / "Lover Man" (6) /
    "Burning Desire" (1) / "Hoochie Coochie Man" (2) / "We Gotta Live Together" (5) / "Baggy's Jam" / "Earth Blues" (18) / "Burning Desire" (9) / "Little Drummer Boy" (5) >"Silent Night" (3) > "Taps" > "Auld Lang Syne" (6)

    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 001 "The Band of Gypsys Rehearsals"; Better quality and additional material.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 75, p.37-51 for a comprehensive review of the recordings from the BOG Rehearsal Sessions.
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  • Denver Pop Festival 29.06.69 - 1st Generation Transfer (ATM 207 / 2003 / 1CDR)
    (Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 [Almost Complete]; 63:16) Aud; 1st Gen - Speed corrected
    notes:
    - Gen Upgrade of ATM 118 "Denver Pop"; The sound of this compared to the 2nd Gen used for ATM 118 is vastly different. This version is much "harsher" in sound than the 2nd Gen, and although both are mono, the two channels of the 2nd Gen are quite different, perhaps as a result of some intentional manipulation (which might also have changed the sound quite a bit).
    - Raw source version of this recording is available.
    - Recording of the opening act Zephyr's performance (from the same 1st Gen tape) is also in circulation.
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  • The Winterland Reels (ATM 208-213 / 2003 / 6CDR)
    (Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete] / Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete]) Stereo Sbd; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored (Some phase correcting & Clicks from DAT Source removed) except 11.10.68; 1st Show: "Foxy Lady" (39), "Star Spangled Banner" (9) & "Purple Haze" (49): Aud (from 1st & 2nd Aud Source); 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 011-016 "Three Nights of Winter"; The sound of this compared to the 2nd Gen used for ATM 011-016 is somewhat different. This version has more bass and it's also "dryer" in sound (less reverb) than the 2nd Gen version.
    - An earlier flawed version of this Set is also in circulation. That Set - sometimes also known as "Winterland Raw Source" and "A Raw Winter" - suffers from index clicks, DAT clicks and buzzes throughout, and was "leaked" to the general public by a mistake. The Clean version (this) has 9 tracks on Disc 4 (11.10.68; 2nd Show), while the flawed version only has 8 (same amount of music - just one less index mark).
    - A 2CD Highligts version of this set is also available.

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  • Old Time (ATM 214-215 / 2003 / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes, Record Plant, New York City, NY 23.01.70; 69:42 / 64:54) Low Gen - Speed corrected & Digitally Restored (Pops / clicks removed and phase corrected) except "Blue Sued Shoes" (1) [start only] lifted from "Loose Ends" / "Country Blues" (6) lifted from the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set
    Disc 1: "Ezy Rider" (12) > Jam > Cherokee Mist (7); 20:15 / "Ezy Rider "(12) > Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [alternate mix, incomplete]; 16:04 / "Villanova Junction" (18) Jam; 19:41 / "Once I Had a Woman" (1) [extended ":Blues" version]; 8:17 / "Once I Had A Woman" (2) [alternate mix, incomplete]; 5:25
    Disc 2: "Blue Suede Shoes" (1 / 2) [composite]; 13:42 > "Freedom" (10) Jam > "Highway of Desire" > "Seven Dollars In My Pocket"; 23:37 / "Country Blues" (1) > "Astro Man" (5) [with harmonica]; 10:38 / "Country Blues" (2) [without harmonica]; 8:30 / "Country Blues" (6) [dry mix with harmonica]; 8:27
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - General notes: This is as much of this session that's available at this point, and it sounds about as good as it's going to. As usual, pitch and phase correction were done and removal of a some digital clicks. The session order is not known with certainty, but some guesses can be made. The "Ezy Rider" (12) > Jam > Cherokee Mist (7) jam was placed first since John McDermott's book "Jimi Hendrix: Sessions" says that Don joined on harmonica partway through the session, and this is the only (available) track from the session without harmonica. An alternate mix (with the first 4 min missing) is also included; This is the mix that has Jimi talking about a broken string at the end (these vocals were mixed out of the longer version). Instruments are also placed differently in this mix. The "Villanova Junction" (18) Jam is the shorter version. When the longer 27+ minute version (17) starts circulating, there's room for that to be substituted in place of the shorter one. Disc 1 Track 4, "Once I Had a Woman" (1), is the ":Blues" mix, but runs to the end where the song breaks down (the ":Blues" version fades before this point). This version is the most complete one we have, but does have about 1 minute edited out of the middle. The old tape version (2) (with start and end cut, running 5:23) starts with this missing minute, so it was also included as Disc 1 Track 5. It's a different mix so it was worth including for that reason too. The modified version (3) from the 1975 release "Midnight Lightning" has 10 seconds or so extra right at the start that the other versions don't, but the overdubs render this virtually unusable. "Blue Suede Shoes" (2) has the start from (1) from "Loose Ends" joined on. It actually runs right into the long "Freedom" (10) Jam > "Highway of Desire" > "Seven Dollars In My Pocket" track, and the two have been joined together here. The start of "Country Blues" seems to follow from the end of "Seven Dollars In My Pocket", although there is some missing so they can't be connected. 3 different mixes of "Country Blues"are included. The longest (1) has the 2-minute "Astro Man" (5) instrumental at the end, and is a mix with harmonica. The (2) version with the harmonica mixed out is also included, as is the (3) "dry" mix without the echo effects. There are also shorter edits of the with- and without-harmonica mixes, but they weren't included, nothing really new with them. Official tracks were available as reference for pitch-synching for all tracks except for the "Villanova Junction" (18) Jam and the "Highway of Desire" jam. However, since "Blue Suede Shoes" (2) connects to the "Highway Of Desire" jam, and "Country Blues" also probably ran on from that, it was possible to match the pitch of "Highway Of Desire" to both of those tracks. That left "Villanova Junction" (18) Jam as the only track without an official pitch-synch reference.
    - Upgrade of ATM 045 "Sessions Vol.1: January 23, 1970"; Better quality and additional material.
    - At the time of release this set featured all circulating material from 23.01.70 with the exception of Alan Douglas' modified versions of "Once I Had A Woman" (3) and "Blue Suede Shoes" (3) (both released on "Midnight Lightning", 1975) and the two shorter edits of "Country Blues" - (3) and (5). Later a longer version (although still incomplete) of "Villanova Junction" Jam - (17); 27:41 - has become available on Collector's Sets such as ":Raw Blues" and "The Blues Project Outtakes". An "unofficial" upgrade of this set (ATM 215-216) can be compiled by substituting the original (18) version of "Villanova Junction" Jam with that version (17).
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  • Band of Gypsys: Unleashed in the East (ATM 216-217 / 2003 / 2CDR)
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show [2nd Aud Source ("The Hellman Tape")]; 48:59 / 60:11) Mono Aud; 2nd or 3rd Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *
    [* Pops / clicks removed. Different segments corrected between -9,9% and -16,4 %; Refer to the Raw source version for details regarding original tape speed.]
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - The generation of this recording is uncertain, but is probably 2nd or 3rd. Unfortunately the cassette dub was screwy, so the sound is worse than a typical Low Gen tape. In particular, some sections are noisy due to low record levels. "Foxy Lady" (74) is one of those poor sounding sections, while "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (63) / "Purple Haze" (83) probably is the best recorded section. The tape is generally worse sounding than the 1st Aud Source, but "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (63) / "Purple Haze" (83) is similar quality, maybe even a little better.
    - The 2nd Aud Source includes 9 min's of "new" material: 1-2 minutes of crowd noise and instrument checks between the LP playback of "Auld Lang Syne" and Jimi's live version (2), 2-3 minutes for the end of "Foxy Lady" (74) and a quick tease of "Purple Haze" followed by 2-3 minutes of the crowd calling for "MORE!", and finally 2-3 minutes of tuneup and the intro to "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (63).
    - Source walkthrough: Crowd noise intro, "Auld Lange Syne" (2), "Who Knows" (8), {cut}, "Stepping Stone" (14), "Burning Desire" (4), "Fire" (66), "Ezy Rider" (15) {cut after start, resumes in middle}, {cut}, "Machine Gun" (11) {very end cut}, "Power Of Soul" (42) {very end cut}, {cut}, Talk {cut}, "Stone Free" (20), {cut}, "Changes" (4) {dropout in middle}, {cut}, "Message To Love" (24), "Stop" (2) {dropout/cut in middle}, {cut}, "Foxy Lady" (74), {cut}, Crowd chant for more, Tuneup, "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (63), "Purple Haze" (83) {dropout/cut before end), {cut}.
    - Raw source version of this recording is available.
    - This set was also available as part of JPIO Tree 003 along with ATM 161 "Baltimore '70 - 3rd Source" and the 4 upgrade tracks for ATM 066-071 "Box of Gypsys".
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  • Band of Gypsys: Goodbye to '69 (ATM 218-219 / 2003 / 2CDR)
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show [Complete]; 72:46 / 42:40) Sbd, 1st Aud & 2nd Aud Source Composite; 2nd & Low Gen + Material lifted from the official CD "Live at the Fillmore East" - Digitally Restored
    notes:
    - This set is merely a revised version of Discs 2 & 3 of ATM 066-071 "Box of Gypsys", now with portions of the 2nd Aud Source (aka. The Hellman Tape) from ATM 216-217 "Band of Gypsys: Unleashed in the East" added.
    - Only the following tracks differ from the original "Box of Gypsys" 31.12.69 2nd Show Composite set (ATM 067 & ATM 068): Disc 1: "Intro" / Disc 2: "Foxy Lady" (74), "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (63) & "Purple Haze" (83).
    - Upgrade of the Sbd portion (main source) of this composite is available .
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  • Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals (ATM 220 / 2003 / 1CDR)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals & Show; 70:10) Stereo Sbd [New 2003 Source]; Low Gen (1st or 2nd Gen ?) - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *
    [* Phase corrected, minor clicks removed and balance adjusted (Left channel was 40% lower). Pitch adjusted -1,6% to match "Stone Free" (13) from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts".]
    Tracklist: Show: Intro; 2:49 / "Lover Man" (15); 4:49 / "Stone Free" (13); 12:33 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (19); 10:03 / Rehearsals: "Hey Joe" (49); 4:03 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (46, 47); 1:16, 1:19 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (18); 5:03 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (61) > "Ezy Rider" Riff; 10:07 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (25-29); 3:01, 0:24, 2:24, 0:46, 4:20 / "Bleeding Heart" (17-19); 0:35, 1:20, 4:57 / "Message To Love" (58); 0:20
    notes:
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 47, p.3-7 and Jimpress issue 77, p.34-36 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
    - Some unidentifiable music is audible in the background in the most quiet sections of the tape. This is likely due to leakage from an unrelated audio source introduced during a previous analog copying stage.
    - Truncated version of JPIO 032 "He Was A Friend Of Ours", omitting "Hound Dog" (3) and (4) from the Old source, and without index mark between "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (61) and "Ezy Rider" Riff.
    - This Disc is also in circulation as "He Was A Friend Of Ours" (See previous note to understand the difference between the ATM and the JPIO-version).
    - Raw Source version is available (69:31).
    - New- and Old Source Composite of the RAH Rehearsals is available.
    - Upgrade featuring additional material is available.
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  • Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - Jammin' Back at the House (ATM 221-223 / 10.05.2004 / 3CDR)
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969; 76:47 / 76:38 / 76:03) Various Very Low Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *
    [* This is a compilation from different tape sources. Because of minor repairs that were done, it shouldn't be considered a "raw sources" collection. There were many clicks scattered throughout the recordings, and several bursts of static. Most of these were repaired, although some that indicated tape stoppages on the original recording were kept. Pitch of some tracks was adjusted as mentioned below. In a couple of cases where two different sources were composited together to make the most complete version of a song, some EQ was applied to the parts to make the sound consistent. There were many sudden or gradual changes in recording level, so volume adjustments have been made to even these out. The lowest generation material was exactly at concert pitch, and for all tracks with vocals by Jimi, vocals sounded correct at concert pitch. therefore all of the tracks were adjusted to match this tuning. In most cases this required less than a 2% adjustment, so most people won't notice the difference. But at least all of the material is at the same tuning now.]
    Disc 1: "Back On The Desert" (aka. "Dance On The Desert") > "Acoustic Medley" / "Izabella" (26) > "The Rumble" / "Izabella / Machine Gun Jam" (JA6) / "Univibe Jam" (JA7) / "Message To Love" (48) / "Mannish Boy" (46) / "Mannish Boy" (47) > "Izabella" (19) > "You Make Me Feel" / "Ain't Got Nobody" ** / "The Dance" (1) / "Sundance" (1) / "Freeform Jam" (JA2)
    Disc 2: "Izabella" (18, 15, 17) / "Message To Love" (21) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (5) / "Jam in E" (JA1) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (6) / "Machine Gun / If Six Was Nine" (3) / "Flute Instrumentals" (JA8-JA9) ** / "Flute Instrumental" (JA10) ** / "Why I Sing The Blues" ** / Alternate mixes: "Izabella" (16) [alternate mix of (15) with lower percussion] / "Sundance" (2) [alternate mix with echo]
    Disc 3: "Lover Man" (21) / "Lover Man" (22) > Drums / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (33) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (39) / Instrumental Jam (JA3) / Jams with Mitch (JA4-JA5) incl. "Villanova Junction" / Alternate mixes: "Flute Jam" (from JA3-JA5 "leakage channel") / JA3 ("Flute Jam" mixed out) / Jams > "Villanova Junction" (JA4-JA5) ("Flute Jam" mixed out)
    [** Tracks by The Gypsy Sun & Rainbows without Jimi Hendrix]
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - This set collects material recorded at Jimi's house on Traver Hollow Road in the summer of 1969. During the period from July-September, Jimi spent a great deal of time there writing, rehearsing, and jamming, and several tapes have surfaced containing recordings from this time. Most were probably recorded on the 4-track machine that Eddie Kramer installed at Jimi's request; some are possibly recorded on 2-track. the first 2 tracks on Disc 1 were recorded by Gerry Guida on a portable reel recorder. Although this material has often been referred to as the "Woodstock Rehearsals", much of this could never have been considered for inclusion at that show. While the tape thought to be from 14.08.69 ("Lover Man", "Spanish Castle Magic", "Hear My Train A-Comin'") probably represents rehearsals (and possibly the "Izabella" / "Beginning" tape also), most of the rest is just "jamming back at the house". In addition, this isn't a "complete" Shokan collection; Other recordings include the Ephron jams (ATM 193-194 "At His Best?") and possibly the jams with a 2nd guitarist that were collected on ATM 072-073 "Healing Power". Most of the material here has circulated widely, although surprisingly much has not yet been bootlegged. Portions of these recordings have previously appeared on the collectors' sets ATM 003 "The Woodstock Rehearsals", ATM 044 "Drinking Wine, Sipping Time" and ATM 072-073 "Healing Power". Some of those are upgraded here. Not one minute of this material has seen official release, and it might turn out that it never will; The sound of these recordings is not pro-quality. Thus all of this material comes from collectors' tapes. There's also little definite information regarding recording dates and personnel. While most of these recordings are thought to be from August, some could also be from July or September. In ordering the blocks of tracks, the online version of "Plug Your Ears" was used as a starting point. Although many of the dates given there are speculative, the author has put a lot of thought into these recordings and track ordering, and this seemed like a good basis for arrangement. Because there was no official reference, pitch could not be determined with certainty either, nor could consistency of tuning between blocks of tracks.
    - The first 2 tracks were earlier thought to have been recorded in Beverly Hills in mid-1969; John McDermott and Gerry Guida recently confirmed that they were recorded on Guida's portable reel machine at the Shokan house. "Sundance" (1) circulates incomplete on the highest-quality tapes; The remainder was edited on from a different source. "Freeform Jam" (JA2) is in two parts. The second half is one of the few Shokan tracks that hasn't circulated widely. The two parts don't connect together, but probably are from the same jam. The takes of "Izabella" are a little confusing. Most transfers of this section start with the tracks in the following order: "Izabella" (15), "Izabella (17)", and "Message to Love" (21). Later in the transfer come "Izabella" (18) and "Izabella" (16). (16) has been described as a different mix of (15), with lower percussion. It's far from certain that this is a different mix at all; only in a few places does the percussion sound lower in the mix, and even in these places the difference is minor. (16) has nonetheless been included as a possible alternate mix at the end of Disc 2. However, (18) precedes (16) on the transfer, and we've gone with the guess that this is actually the start of the recording, with (18) as the earliest take followed by (15/16), then (17), then "Message to Love" (21). (18) also sounds like the least-developed take, which strengthens this guess. Jimi doesn't play on all of these tracks. There are two songs with vocals by Larry, "Why I Sing the Blues" and "Ain't Got Nobody", where Jimi's playing is not evident. It's also not apparent on the "Flute Instrumentals" (JA8-JA10) that precede "Why I Sing the Blues".
    The final block of material consists of the instrumental jams that Jimpress indexes as JA3/JA4/JA5. The first 4-minute jam (JA3) has bass along with the guitar and drums, and sounds a little more developed than the rest of this recording, so it has been given its own track entry. The remainder is just Jimi and Mitch and is little more than fragments and explorations, and with many tape cuts between the various portions. It has been speculated from the themes quoted in this section that it might come from after Woodstock, possibly early September, so it was placed last in the collection. Most circulating copies have a repeated section at the end; This has been removed. This recording was likely done on 4-track, and whether due to oversight or design, one of the tracks has been replaced by an unrelated instrumental with flute for about the first 13 minutes. Interestingly, mixes of this first portion also exist where these two recordings have been separated and presented in mono, presumably by someone with access to the 4-track tape. The "Flute Jam" by itself is included as track 7 on Disc 3. This was also on ATM 044 "Drinking Wine, Sipping Time" in a de-noised version; Here it is in its unaltered form. It's possible to hear Jimi on guitar in this mix, which is difficult at best with the full stereo mix. Finally, the last two tracks on Disc 3 have the first portion of JA3/JA4/JA5 main jam in a mono mix, with the "Flute Jam" removed.
    - This set upgrades portions of material found on ATM 003 "The Woodstock Rehearsals", ATM 044 "Drinking Wine, Sipping Time" and ATM 072-073 "Healing Power".
    - More Shokan recordings are available on ATM 193-194 "At His Best?" (The Mike Ephron Sessions) and ATM 035 "Apartment Jams" / ATM 072-073 "Healing Power" (The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"; Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.).
    - A slightly reworked version of this set was distributed by BP @ www.dimeadozen.org july 2005; Titeled "Shokan House Rehearsals - Summer 1969", that set omitted the Alternate mixes featured here, but did instead include 3 Mike Ephron Sessions tracks lifted from the vinyl bootleg "This Flyer" (ftbfs: B089): "Flying (Here I Go)" at the end of Disc 2 and "This Flyer Jam 1" & "This Flyer Jam 2" at the end of Disc 3.
    - Upgraded version of this set is available.
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  • Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - Jammin' Back at the House (ATM 221-223 Rev A / 26.12.2005 / 3CDR)
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969; 76:47 / 76:38 / 76:03) Various Very Low Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *
    [* This is a compilation from different tape sources. Because of minor repairs that were done, it shouldn't be considered a "raw sources" collection. There were many clicks scattered throughout the recordings, and several bursts of static. Most of these were repaired, although some that indicated tape stoppages on the original recording were kept. Pitch of some tracks was adjusted as mentioned below. In a couple of cases where two different sources were composited together to make the most complete version of a song, some EQ was applied to the parts to make the sound consistent. There were many sudden or gradual changes in recording level, so volume adjustments have been made to even these out. The lowest generation material was exactly at concert pitch, and for all tracks with vocals by Jimi, vocals sounded correct at concert pitch. therefore all of the tracks were adjusted to match this tuning. In most cases this required less than a 2% adjustment, so most people won't notice the difference. But at least all of the material is at the same tuning now.]
    Disc 1: "Back On The Desert" (aka. "Dance On The Desert") > "Acoustic Medley" / "Izabella" (26) > "The Rumble" / "Izabella / Machine Gun Jam" (JA6) / "Univibe Jam" (JA7) / "Message To Love" (48) / "Mannish Boy" (46) / "Mannish Boy" (47 > "Izabella" (19) > "You Make Me Feel" / "Ain't Got Nobody" ** / "The Dance" (1) / "Sundance" (1) / "Freeform Jam" (JA2)
    Disc 2: "Izabella" (18, 15, 17) / "Message To Love" (21) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (5) / "Jam in E" (JA1) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (6) / "Machine Gun / If Six Was Nine" (3) / "Flute Instrumentals" (JA8-JA9) ** / "Flute Instrumental" (JA10) ** / "Why I Sing The Blues" ** / Alternate mixes: "Izabella" (16) [alternate mix of (15) with lower percussion] / "Sundance" (2) [alternate mix with echo]
    Disc 3: "Lover Man" (21) / "Lover Man" (22) > Drums / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (33) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (39) / Instrumental Jam (JA3) / Jams with Mitch (JA4-JA5) incl. "Villanova Junction" / Alternate mixes: "Flute Jam" (from JA3-JA5 "leakage channel") / JA3 ("Flute Jam" mixed out) / Jams > "Villanova Junction" (JA4-JA5) ("Flute Jam" mixed out)
    [** Tracks by The Gypsy Sun & Rainbows without Jimi Hendrix]
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 221-223 "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - Jammin' Back at the House"; 3 tracks have been upgraded and now come from a lower gen sourc: "Sundance" (1) (disc 1, track 10), Instrumental Jam (JA3) (disc 3, track 5) and Jams with Mitch (JA4-JA5) incl. "Villanova Junction" (disc 3, track 6). Although the upgrade is for only 3 tracks those being long jams nearly 40 min of the material is now in better sound quality.
    - Refer to the general notes for ATM 221-223 "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - Jammin' Back at the House" for more detailed info regarding these recordings.
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  • Electric Ladyland: Sessions June-August 1968 (ATM 224-225 / 08.07.2004 / 2CDR)
    (4th and final part in a series of CD sets featuring nearly every available mix and take of the tracks recorded may 1967-august 1968, including the ones that appeared on "Electric Ladyland"; Stereo versions, mono versions, instrumental takes, alternate takes, outtakes etc. This collection features the final portion of the "Electric Ladyland" period studio recordings, spanning june through august 1968.) Compiled from the Best available Sources - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *
    [* Unofficial recordings have been pitch-corrected to match official material, with the assumption that pitch during a given session was constant. Some tracks are composited from more than one source, and in at least one case the sound quality differs substantially between the parts.]
    Disc 1: Record Plant, New York City, NY 10.06.68: "Rainy Day Shuffle"; 5:15 / "Rainy Day Shuffle" (official edit); 1:15 / "Rainy Day Practice Session" (mono); 5:52 / "Rainy Day Jam" Outtakes (2 instrumental takes); 0:25, 1:25 / "Rainy Day, Dream Away / Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (5) (early instrumental take); 3:09 / "Rainy Day, Dream Away / Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (3) (incomplete alternate mix); 5:14 / "Rainy Day, Dream Away / Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (2) (mono mix); 7:30 / "Rainy Day, Dream Away / Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (1) (official stereo mix); 7:30 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 11.06.68?: "Jazz Jimi Jazz"; 12:06 / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (2) Blues; 5:56
    Disc 2: Record Plant, New York City, NY 14.06.68: "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (3) (official, "Loose Ends"); 1:20 / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (1) ("cymbals" take); 4:52 / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (6) (extended version of album track); 3:24 / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (5) (alternate incomplete mix of (6)); 0:42 / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" ( ) (official mono mix); 2:10 / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (4) (official stereo mix); 2:10 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 29.06.68: "...And the Gods Made Love" (3) (alternate mix); 1:07 / "...And the Gods Made Love" (4) (shorter alternate mix); 0:49 / "...And the Gods Made Love" (2) (longer alternate mix); 1:22 / "...And the Gods Made Love" (1) (official stereo mix); 1:22 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 12.08.68: "Room Full of Mirrors" (26); 1:25 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 27.08.68: "Come On (Part 1)" (2) (aborted take 8); 0:55 / "Come On (Part 1)" (3) (take 9); 2:49 / "Come On (Part 1)" (3) (take 9, official mix); 2:49 / "Come On (Part 1)" (1) (alternate take); 4:26 / "Come On (Part 1)" (4) (take 14, official mix); 4:08
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - Track order for each particular date is not known with certainty, and some of the dates are guesses.
    - Three of the tracks from the official "Electric Ladyland" album were taken from the Alan Douglas-era MCA CD, and another from the Polydor release. This might seem like an odd choice, but i compared several Polydor CD versions, the Reprise RE-1 disc, and the AD-era and Experience Hendrix-era MCA releases. These versions were extremely close to each other in sound, much closer than the various "Are You Experienced" and "Axis: Bold as Love" CD releases were to each other. The main difference was hiss level (still a minor difference though) and of course the clipping on the EH release (which ruled that one out). The Reprise has been de-noised, quite a good job but the lack of hiss sounds a little unnatural. It came down to the Polydor and the AD-MCA, and MCA won in most cases due to slightly lower hiss level. Polydor was used for "Come On (Part 1)" due some minor distortion of some vocals on the MCA master.
    - "Rainy Day Shuffle": Both the complete version and the edited "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story" mix are given here. A few seconds is included at the end beyond what's on "Lifelines"; This comes from the circulating "Live and Unreleased" tapes (same as on "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show"). The complete version has a little more at the beginning than some circulating copies have; this part sounds like the end of a previous jam.
    - "Rainy Day, Dream Away / Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (5): This follows the "Rainy Day Jam" Outtakes, but hasn't circulated widely. It's a shorter rendition of the song but has most of the components of the finished take. The official stereo take of "Rainy Day, Dream Away / Still Raining, Still Dreaming" (1) gives those two tracks joined back together as originally recorded.
    - "Jazz Jimi Jazz" and "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (2) Blues: Both of these tracks are part of the Sotheby's reels (available in full on ATM 005 "To The Highest Bidder - Sotheby's Plus" and JA 016 "Sothebys Auction Tapes"). Dates for them have been problematic due to conflicting indicators. Tony Brown was adamant that all of the Sotheby's material must have been recorded no later than January 1968. This was based on Kathy Etchingham's contention that all of these tapes were already in London when she moved Jimi's things to the Brook Street flat. That would have meant that they had to have been recorded (presumably in England) before Jimi went to the US at the end of January 1968. Thus Jimpress tentatively assigns these two tracks (and "South Saturn Delta" (1)) to January 1968 at Olympic Studios. One thing has however given that theory problems: It sounds almost certainly like Buddy Miles on drums on these two tracks. Caesar Glebbeek (editor of UniVibes) dates these tracks differently: "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (2) as June 1968 and "Jazz Jimi Jazz" as 1969, both at the Record Plant. Without knowlegde of his reasons it's still likely to assume that requiring Buddy to be on drums was a factor. Both tracks have a similar mix and sound, and it's likely that both were recorded at the same session. Another piece of evidence that removes the restriction of January 1968 imposed by Kathy Etchingham's recollection is that the other Sotheby's version of "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)", the "cymbals" take (1), turns out to actually be the backing track for the official take of this song used on the album. Since John McDermott has stated that the backing track for that song was recorded on 14 June, this dates the cymbals take. Obviously if one Sotheby's track is from June 1968, others could be later than January also. The most likely explanation in light of Kathy Etchingham's memory is that one or two more tapes were added to the collection of "Axis: Bold as Love" and BBC tapes at Brook Street after the move, and she didn't remember this detail. Assuming that Buddy is on drums, a likely period for these two songs is June 1968. There was a session on June 11, for which no material is known to be circulating; These two songs may come from that date. "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (2) sounds like an earlier take than the other versions of this song, perhaps a demo, although the general structure is the same as on the final version. "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (2) is incomplete on the higher quality sources, and it has been impossible to find the ending in better quality. The end portion has therefore been patched on from an inferior source, and although the change in quality is audible, at least the whole thing is here. The other takes of "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" are assumed to come from the 14th of June, with Mitch on drums this time.
    - There's an extended version of the official track, "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (6), which is starting to go around now. This continues beyond the fade-out on the official version, and is relatively bare of overdubs beyond this point aside from some backward guitar. This makes it particularly easy to hear that the cymbals take (1) is the backing track for the album version.
    - "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (5) from the "Making of Electric Ladyland" DVD is a portion from the latter part of (6), but with drums mixed way down. As a different mix it's included here although it includes voiceover.
    - "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" ( ) is the mono version of the stereo mix (4), from an Australian 45 rpm single. It seems to be simply a mono reduction of the stereo mix, but is included for completeness. There's still some crackle and groove noise, but it has been cleaned as much as possible.
    - "...And the Gods Made Love": Several alternate mixes of this track are included; unfortunately two of them are poor quality. Due to the many intentional off-speed portions of the mixes of this song, no pitch correction was attempted on any of them.
    - "Come On (Part 1)": The "Lifelines" mix of (3) is given after the tape mix (same as on "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show"). Quite similar, but the start of the tape version is stereo which pops back to mono after about 10 seconds. The "Lifelines" mix is near-mono for the entirety.
    - This collection continues the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix, and takes it from where ATM 242-245 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions May 1968" leaves off up to ATM 180-183 "TTG Studios october 1968".
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  • Seattle 1970 (ATM 226 / 14.02.2006 / 1CDR)
    (Sicks Stadium, Seattle, WA 26.07.70 [Almost Complete*]; 73:00) Aud; 2nd Gen ** with patches from 3rd Gen - Digitally Restored & Ptich corrected; Tracks re-compiled to match the correct concert setlist
    [* The beginning of "Freedom" (22) and end of "Lover Man" (37) and "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (6) are cut on all versions of this tape. / ** Allegedly Master Clone but actually 2nd Gen (See notes for more details)]
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - Seattle '70 is a frustrating tape. The main drawback to this recording is that all circulating copies seem to have originated from a single microphone transfer from the original reels. In addition, it has been going around in many versions with lots of little edits in them, many of which aren't the same on all copies. Jimpress issue 78, 2004 (p.11-12) had a nice article on the recording; here's a summary of the best guesses we have about the recording. The original recording seems to have been made on 4 sides of small reels: Side 1 - 17.56: Intro / "Fire" (76) / "Message to Love" (39) / "Lover Man" (37) (end cut). Side 3 - 18.36: "Machine Gun" (26) / "Star Spangled Banner" (42) / "Purple Haze" (100) / Drum Solo (cut at 2.27) / Side 4 - 18.59: Drum Solo / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (49) / "Midnight Lightning" (21) / (cut here due to a cassette side break) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (81) / "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (6) (end cut). Side 2 - 17.25: "Freedom" (22) (start cut) / "Red House" (74) / "Foxy Lady" (91). You'll notice the ordering of the sides; the above track order is what is found on copies of the show, but as the Jimpress article points out it's much more likely that the order of the sides was incorrect when the first microphone transfer was done, and that the 2nd tape side was mistakenly placed at the end. Comparison of the concert to other concerts during the same period argues that the correct track order should place "Freedom" (22) / "Red House" (74) / "Foxy Lady" (91) between "Lover Man" (37) and "Machine Gun" (26). In addition, Jimi sounds like he's giving his parting remarks before "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (81), the usual finale to his concerts, and the "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (6) coda was used at Atlanta a few weeks earlier. This is the track ordering used on this disc. Such confusion in side order could have arisen due to uncertain memory about whether two sides of reel 1 were filled before going to reel 2, or if both side 1's were recorded first, followed by both side 2's. The original transfer appears to have been done via microphone, probably to a larger single reel. There are many noises that sound clearer and closer than the concert audio, as well as other noises that you wouldn't get at a concert, suggesting that this was a mic transfer. The 1st Gen reel copy was afterward line-dubbed to cassette, introducing an additional cut at the cassette flip about 45 min in. There seem to have been more than one cassette copy from the 1st Gen reel (the mic noises are the same, so both came from the same 1st Gen copy), since there are at least two versions where the cassette-flip break is not in the same place. Because of this we were able to use one version to patch the other, therefore restoring the audio lost at the cassette side break. In summary, the audio on this disc is no better than 2nd Gen. Unfortunately, a line dub isn't available for the original reels, and it's likely that the master is lost. Sad, since the quality here surely suffers greatly from that first speaker dub. The "Master Clone" that's been going around was used as the main source for this disc, with patches for missing bits from a "1st Gen" copy. The audio was pitch-adjusted and the track order was rearranged to reflect the probable concert order. There are long and short volume fluctuations in the recording; these have been evened out. Finally, one channel (usually left, sometimes right) had a lot of scratchy noise in many places. It's doubtful that this is from the master. This is a mono recording, and is very close to true mono; very little is lost by using only one channel, so that's what was done, switching back and forth as necessary to eliminate the noisy channel. Unless the lost master surfaces or a new source for the show is found, this is probably as good as the concert will sound.
    - "I Don't Live Today" is introduced after "Purple Haze" (100) but was not played at this concert.
    - This is a notable upgrade of the other circulating versions of the show, including the alternate re-compiled version available on JPIO-II 084 "In the House of Thrills".
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 78, 2004 (p.11-12) for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Experience (ATM 227-228 / 06.04.2004 / 2CDR)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals & Show; 51:59 / 30:12) Stereo Sbd [New 2003 Source]; Low Gen (Master or 1st Gen ?) (Straight transfer)
    Disc 1: Rehearsals: "Hey Joe" (49); 4:28 / "Hound Dog" (try outs #1-3, 3, 4); 0:51, 0:46, 1:18, 4:03, 5:53 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (46, 47); 1:12, 1:15 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (18, 61); 4:58, 9:32 / "Ezy Rider" Riff; 0:30 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (25-29); 2:49, 0:24, 2:16, 0:44, 4:11 / "Bleeding Heart" (17-19); 0:30, 1:19, 4:39 / "Message To Love" (58); 0:21
    Disc 2: Show: Intro; 3:26 / "Lover Man" (15); 4:26 / "Stone Free" (13); 12:12 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (19); 10:08
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 220 "Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals" featuring additional material; ATM 220 "Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals" was made from a cassette copy of the original Reel-to-Reel tape, while this is a Digital Clone of the same Reel-to-Reel tape. No leakage from unrelated audio source is present in this transfer.
    - Speed corrected version of this material is available as part of JPIO 033-034 "He Was a Friend of Ours - Remastered".
    - Speed corrected & EQ'd version is available on JPIO 037 "Rockin' Rehearsals" and JPIO 038 "Rockin' Rehearsals - Bonus Disc".
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 47, p.3-7 and Jimpress issue 77, p.34-36 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
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  • Swedish Castle Magic (ATM 229 / 20.05.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67; 1st Show; 38:09) Aud; 1st Gen (Normalized and indexed)
    Tracklist: Intro; 1:14 / "Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (17); 2:08 / "Foxy Lady" (112); 3:53 / "Catfish Blues" (15); 9:50 / "Fire" (97); 3:52 / "The Wind Cries Mary" (22); 4:26 / "Have Mercy" (4) (cut); 1:51 / "Manic Depression" (15); 5:09 / "Purple Haze" (123); 5:46
    notes:
    - Same as the previously released JPIO-II 069 "Swedish Castle Magic".
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 77, p.39-40 and to UniVibes issue 48, p.14-18 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
    - This Set has also been circulated by BP @ Easytree with the Dan Paulson Interview, Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 17-19.07.67 added as bonus material (here).
    - Upgrade (Master) is available.
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  • Honolulu '69 (ATM 230 / 20.05.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI 30.05.69; 22:34) Aud; No Gen info (Straight transfer)
    Tracklist: Intro; 2:40 / "Lover Man" (48); 4:03 / Chat > "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (62); 0:47 / "Fire" (96); 3:31 / "Stone Free" (34); 2:21 / "Foxy Lady" (111); 5:10 / "Spanish Castle Magic" (60); 4:02
    notes:
    - Although a recording of one of the 1969 concerts in Honolulu, Hawaii had been rumoured to exist for many years, this tape didn't come into general circulation until the release of this set in 2004. By then several fake versions had however already made their way to the public, including an edited version of the Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69 recording released on the bootleg Major Tom MT 014 "Live in Honolulu" (ftbfs: B576).
    - The Jimi Hendrix Experience performed three nights at the Waikiki Shell in Honolulu may-june 1969, and a high degree of uncertainty surrounds the exact date for this particular recording; The correct date might as well be 31.05.69 or 01.06.69 as the 30.05.69 date given here.
    - "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (62) is just 0:04 of the intro.
    - The Sound of this recording is very muddy, but it can be improved by using a graphic equalizer and rolling the bass end off at around 125 / 250 Hz and boosting the top end at 1 kHz and 2 kHz. Everything from 4 kHz and upwards is noise so it can be cut. (info: Jimpress issue 77, p.38)
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 77, p.38 and UniVibes issue 48, p. 19-20 comprehensive reviews of this tape.
    - EQ'd version is available.
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  • Detroit Rock City (ATM 231-232 / 12.12.2004 / 2CDR)
    (Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 30.11.68 - 1st & 2nd Source; 38:58 / 46:45) 1st Source: Aud; Low Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected / 2nd Source: Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored
    Disc 1: 1st Source: "Fire" (41) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (19) / "I Don't Live Today" (23) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34) / "Red House" (34)
    Disc 2: 2nd Source [Foley]: "Fire" (41) / "I Don't Live Today" (19) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) / "Red House" (34i) / "Foxy Lady" (48) / "Hey Joe" (40) / "Purple Haze" (57)
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - The 1st source of this show is the tape originally thought to be from the 02.05.69 Detroit concert. This tape records the first part of the show but misses the remainder. This is another tape that has mostly circulated incomplete. Most sources end with the first minute of "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34i) followed by a 3-minute portion of the next song, "Red House" (34i). This tape is a real mess; A summary of some of the problems is given in Joel Brattin's article in UniVibes issue 28, p.27-32 (April 1998) about the Detroit recordings [online version available here]. Here are some more details: The tape is a mono recording, but somwhere during the analog copying that occurred many problems were introduced. Phase between channels had a large offset (large enough that it must have been intentional, to give a fake stereo effect), and wasn't constant. So even when the average offset was corrected, some variation in phase remained that made the sound wobble back and forth. The two channels have also been treated to different EQ, with the right channel more trebly and the the left channel more bassy. There was no feasible way to remove these problems (and additional ones described below) completely and combine the channels without losing sound quality, so the right channel of the recording was used, with some small patches from the other channel. Not knowing which channel (if either) has the more correct EQ, the average value was used and applied to the right channel. The tape gets 1 minute into "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34), then the audio cuts and jumps into the middle of "Red House" (34). After "Red House" (34) reaches its end, there's another cut and we're back to "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34) to capture the end of the song. Apparently what must have occurred is that the taper got to the end of the tape, but wanting to record some of "Red House" (34), rewound the tape and recorded over top of part of the previously taped "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34). As the tape progresses past the start of "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34), the technical problems get worse. The pitch starts to droop substantially; this gets worse during "Red House" (34) (especially after a cut in the song at around the 3-minute mark). By the end of the tape, it is an unbelievable (and totally unlistenable) 75% slow. Since this pitch slowdown gets worse during the running of this source, but the original tape has a later-recorded song ("Red House" (34) before the end of "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34), it's clear that the slowdown occurred during a transfer stage and was not on the master. Also during this last part of the tape, there are speaking voices (recorded at a different speed, very high-pitched) overlaid on the music, mostly in the left channel (another reason for using the right channel). When slowed down, one of these can be heard to say "put that down and get your ass in here!". Because of this it seems likely that an early transfer was done by microphone rather than by cable, and that somebody was very unhappy. There are assorted other sounds, wobbling in the volume, dropouts galore, and one channel quits altogether at the end of the tape. It's really a total mess. The gigantic speed slowdown is probably the reason that the end of the tape isn't included on most transfers. But it's valuable, since the end of "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34) is included, which song isn't on the 2nd source (the Foley tape), and the end of "Red House" (34), which isn't on the Foley source either. It's probably safe to assume that the master would have been in substantially better shape than this tape, and that most of the technical problems (and deliberate alterations) came in at later stages, but sadly the master may no longer exist. A variable pitch correction was used to fix the speed at the end. "Red House" (34) was removed and placed after the two parts of "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34), to restore the actual recording order. Some EQ was applied to the two off-speed tracks; the original EQ on these two was substantially different from the rest of the tape, maybe some effect of the pitch sag. Sudden volume changes (some of these apparently not on the master) were corrected. This is still a rough tape, but it sounds a lot better now. At least the majority of the technical problems have been improved. Other than removal of one several-second portion during a tape cut where high-pitched voices are all that's heard, this is the complete source, and includes about 3 minutes of "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34) and 2 minutes of "Red House" (34) that aren't on most copies.
    - The 2nd source is the tape recorded by Randy Foley. It skips some songs during the concert but captures the later part of the show. Most of the copies of this tape (aka. The "Detroit Fire" Tape) have been circulated without "I Don't Live Today" (23), which was recorded but left off of those transfers. The source used here is probably the best available, and is complete. It is a Digital clone of a transfer of the master onto videotape. Randy made a videotape transfer and a handful of cassette transfers, all 1st gen from the master. The master has since been sold to Experience Hendrix, and apparently no direct digital transfer of the master was made before the sale. In Foley's article in UniVibes, he implies that a digital transfer from the master was done, but that was probably an incomplete recollection. Very little has been done to this source. The CDR has index gaps (from Randy's comments it appears that his original digital transfer onto CDR has these too). These were removed. Tape speed sounds right so pitch wasn't altered.
    - A 1st & 2nd Source composite is available on ATM 143 "Tomorrow We'll Do Our Last Gig In The States".
    - A Stereo effect mix (merge) of "Fire" (41), "I Don't Live Today" (23), "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) and "Red House"(34i) is available on the Collectors' Disc "Merge Vol.4".
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 28, p.27-32 for a comprehensive review of the Detroit tapes (online version available here).
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  • Singer Bowl 1968 (ATM 233 / 31.01.2006 / 1CDR)
    (New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68 [Complete]; 57:03) Aud; Low Gen [Allegedly Master] with patches in "Red House" (24) - Remastered & Speed corrected
    [Quote from the Release notes: "An excellent show, but the recording it only so-so; listenable but occasionally harsh. Fortunately the live mix is pretty good with all instruments more-or-less audible most of the time. Low Gen copies of this recording have been going around for years, but many of those are off-speed and slightly incomplete. This version is a partial cleanup of a purported master CDR. The "master" info is most likely not correct, but it does appear to be low generation, and it was only a little incomplete. All the songs except "Red House" (24) are complete, but there are cuts between songs. The most common boot for this show is the probably the old Midnight Beat "Historic Concert" (ftbfs: B449) CD. That CD is missing a little at the very start and end of the concert, plus the cuts during "Red House" (24) are edited by a few seconds to make them smoother. The cuts on trader copies tend to vary a little, including the two cuts in "Red House" (24) (one copy was entirely missing the main portion of the song). Otherwise, most of the variations are simply slight cuts missing a second or so near the true cuts in the original recording. Here the incomplete cuts on the "master" copy have been patched, but the final version may still not be 100% complete. Besides patching the cuts, the speed/pitch has been adjusted to something close to correct. Subtantial EQ adjustments have also been made in an attempt to better balance the sound. The end result is harsh sounding when the recording distorts, but decent sounding when not distorting. The phase of the left & right channels were carefully aligned and averaged to pure mono to reduce noise."]
  • Electric Ladyland Sesssions - May 1967-January 1968 (ATM 234-235 / 23.03.2006 / 2CDR)
    (1st part in a series of 4 CD sets featuring nearly every available mix and take of the tracks recorded may 1967-august 1968 including the ones that appeared on "Electric Ladyland"; Stereo versions, mono versions, instrumental takes, alternate takes, outtakes etc. This collection features the first portion of the "Electric Ladyland" period studio recordings, spanning may 1967 through january 1968 *; 69:41 / 73:50) Compiled from the Best available Sources - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected **
    [* Curtis Knight Sessions 1967 (available on ATM 103-104 "Curtis Knight & The Squires: The Complete Recordings Vol.2 - Studio") not included / ** Phase and pitch has been corrected, and any non-analog noises have been removed. Channels have been averaged for mono recordings and vinyl tracks have been manually de-clicked. Nothing else has been done to the audio.]
    Disc 1: Olympic Studios, London 09.05.67: "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (11) (early take); 1:25 / Houston Studios, Los Angeles, CA 28?.06.67: "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" ( ) (sampler of eBay tape); 1:59 / Mayfair Studios, New York Cuty, NY 06-07.06.67: "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (4) (mixing tape for Mono 7" Single); 22:15 / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (1) (official mono mix); 3:37 / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (2) (track breakdown from LD); 4:20 / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (2) (official mono fold-down); 3:37 / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (3) (from acetate, stereo mix); 3:37 / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (2) (official stereo mix); 3:37 / Olympic Studios, London 20.12.67: "Dream" (1) (mono, from acetate); 2:10 / "Dream" (2) (official stereo mix with new guitar tracks); 2:15 / "Dance" (1) (mono, from acetate); 1:57 / "Crosstown Traffic" (2) (alternate stereo mix); 2:24 / "Crosstown Traffic" (4) (official mono fold-down); 2:20 / "Crosstown Traffic" (1) (official stereo mix); 2:24 / Olympic Studios, London 28.01.67: "Little One" (1); 3:34 / "Little One" (2); 3:36 / "Little One" (3) aka "There Ain't Nothing Wrong" (with vocals); 3:52
    Disc 2: Olympic Studios, London? jan.1968: "Cat Talkin' to Me" (2); 2:50 / Kingsway Studios, London 20.03.68 with McGough & McGear: "So Much" (2) (official track, mono); 3:34 / "So Much" (1) (official track, stereo); 3:33 / "Ex-Art Student" (2) (official track, mono); 6:28 / "Ex-Art Student" (1) (official track, stereo); 6:28 / "Oh To Be A Child" (official track, mono); 1:55 / "Oh To Be A Child" (official track, stereo); 1:56 / Olympic Studios, London 21.01.68: "All Along The Watchtower" (1) (w/voiceover, from "Lifelines"); 0:28 / "All Along The Watchtower" outtakes (from Making of ELL DVD); 4:23 / "All Along The Watchtower" (2) (original tracks); 3:57 / "All Along The Watchtower" (16) (official, 4-track mix); 3:58 / "All Along The Watchtower" (15) (official mono fold-down); 4:00 / "All Along The Watchtower" (3) (official stereo mix); 3:58 / Olympic Studios, London 26.01.68: Tax Free ( ) (original basic track, original drums, no o/d); 4:51 / "Tax Free" (2) (with original drums but with some overdubs); 4:54 / "Tax Free" (20) (as (2) but with echo added); 4:54 / "Tax Free" (1) (official mix with new drum track and all o/d); 4:54 / Olympic Studios, London 26?.01.68: "Driving South" (4) > "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1); 5:52
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - Official tracks are used for this set, including some mixing demo sections (with voiceover) from "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story" and from the "Making of Electric Ladyland" laserdisc release. Tracks are included that were never intended for use on that album, such as the recordings for "McGough & McGear", but these reflect Jimi's playing during that time so they may be of interest.
    - The following tracks weren't included is this set: "Tax Free (3) (this seems to be a mono mix of Tax Free (20), possibly
    unintentional but in any event almost surely not a professional mix. When (20) is mixed to mono and compared with (3), they sound the same) and "All Along The Watchtower" (5) (from "Legacy") (this isn't a true alternate mix, it's just the normal stereo mix with reverb added by Polydor.)
    - "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (11): This track includes the last 0:07 of a previous take, followed by the next take (Jimpress issue 11) that runs 1:12.

    - "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp": This is a sampler of the 11-minute tape that was up for auction on eBay a while back. The file came as a .wma file, which was converted to wav. Two incomplete portions (1:06 + 0:35) are included. The tape was probably recorded in L.A., possibly at Houston Studios at the end of June 1967. The original .wma had numerous added clicks that have been removed.
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    "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (4) mixing session: This consists of multiple playbacks of the mono mix of the track. "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" seems to be the only "Electric Ladyland" track that really had a discrete mono mix; All other mono tracks seem to be straight fold-downs of the stereo mix. But "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" was recorded during the "Axis: Bold as Love" period, when mono mixes were still being done, and came out on a mono single in August 1967, so it makes sense that the track would have had a mono mix. This recording consists of the following playbacks: 0:06, 3:30 (fade at end), 0:18, 1:10, 0:07, 3:30 (no fade at end), 0:38, 0:51, 2:25, 2:41, 1:09, 0:17. There are small differences in the playbacks; mostly differences in certain instruments or chat being higher or lower in the mix. But these differences are fairly minor. The crackles between takes have not been removed. These are the same on every take so apparently on the original tape.
    - "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (1) (mono mix): Taken from "The Singles Collection", a set of 10 CD singles released in 2003 by Experience Hendrix. The only track from the "Electric Ladyland" album with a true mono mix.
    - "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (2) (track breakdown): A track breakdown of the song, done by Eddie Kramer, and released on the "Making of Electric Ladyland" DVD and laserdisc.
    - "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (2) (official mono fold-down): Taken from the mono Brazilian 1-LP pressing of "Electric Ladyland" (Polydor LPG-624.011). This is a mono reduction from the stereo mix, rather than the true studio mono mix (disc 1 track 4), but as with the other fold-downs on this set it was included for completeness.
    - "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (3): This is from acetate, and is so crackly that no cleanup was attempted. Jimpress gives it a separate index number, "Electric Gypsy" (by Harry Shapiro & Caesar Glebbeek, 1991) claims it's the official version. It does seem to be just the official stereo mix of the song, but is included just in case.
    - "Dream" (1) & 1-11 "Dance" (1): These are the best available copies of these tracks, but quality is still only fair. They originated on acetate and are very muffled, perhaps done intentionally to reduce the acetate noise.
    - "Crosstown Traffic" (4) (official mono fold-down): Taken from the Barclay "Greatest Hits" LP.
    - "Cat Talkin' to Me": The date of the recording of this track is uncertain.
    - "So Much" (2) (official track, mono) & "Ex-Art Student" (2) (official track, mono): These mono mixes are from the extremely hard-to-find mono pressing of the "McGough & McGear" LP. "So Much" is clearly a discrete mix, with heavy phasing applied to the track in several places that's not on the stereo mix. "Ex-Art Student" has no noticable differences from the stereo mix, but differences may still exist.
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    "Oh To Be A Child" (official track, mono) & "Oh To Be A Child" (official track, stereo): Mike McCartney was quoted saying that Jimi was banging on a toy drum on this song. However, it's also been said (in UniVibes issue 51, april 2006) that the track is unreleased, and in fact that the master has been lost. It seems likely that this song was re-recorded by The Scaffold for their first LP, and thus isn't the McGough & McGear version with Jimi on it. Jimpress implies that it is the McGough & McGear version, but that was likely an assumption on their part. So it's uncertain whether Jimi appears on this track, but it's included just in case. If it's not the version with Jimi on it, at least it gives an idea what the song sounds like. The mono mix is from the mono pressing of Scaffold's "L the P" album, and perhaps has heavier phasing in places than the stereo mix.
    - "All Along The Watchtower" (1) & "All Along The Watchtower" outtakes: These are from "Lifelines" and "Making of Electric Ladyland" respectively. Again, these are track breakdowns by Eddie Kramer with voiceover during most parts.
    - "All Along The Watchtower" (2) (original tracks): From the Yellow Dog bootleg "Unsurpassed Studio Takes" (ftbfs: B441). This was also on the official radio show "Setting the Record Straight", but quality there is no better and there's some talk-over at start and end that's not on the bootleg version, so the Yellow Dog disc was used.
    - "All Along The Watchtower" (15) (official mono fold-down): Also from the Barclay "Greatest Hits".
    - "Tax Free" ( ): A track that hasn't circulated very widely yet. This seems to be the original basic track of this song, without guitar (and other) overdubs, and with the original drum track.
    - "Tax Free" (2): This more developed mix now has some overdubs, including the "organ" guitar, but still has original drums.
    - "Tax Free" (1) (official stereo mix): The final official track with overdubs and a new drum track.
    - "Driving South" (4) > "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1): The dating of this is uncertain. "Plug Your Ears" places it around 26 January 1968 at Olympic. The reasoning is most likely that it may have been a studio rehearsal for the upcoming L'Olympia shows on the 29th. The second show on that date is the only show (of which we have a record) where Jimi plays "Driving South" live after October 1967, so a studio rehearsal wouldn't have been out of the question. Again, this was not a recording intended for "Electric Ladyland", but was perhaps recorded during this period.
    - This collection continues the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix started on ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience" and ATM 158-160 "Axis: Bold as Love - The Sessions".
    - The Complete (?) version of the "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" eBay tape - featuring additional stereo mixes of the track - has become available after the release of this set.
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  • Electric Ladyland: The Apartment Recordings (ATM 236-237 / 20.12.2006 / 2CDR)
    (Compilation of all circulating Apartment Recordings from early 1968. 51:44 / 54:39) Compiled from the Best available Sources - Digitally Restored
    Disc 1: "Long Hot Summer Night" (2, 3) / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (5) / "Angel" (6) / "Cherokee Mist" (4) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (7) / "Voodoo Chile" (false start) / "Voodoo Chile" (11) > "Cherokee Mist" (4) > "Gypsy Eyes" (6) / "Gypsy Eyes" (6/7) [instrumental] / "South Saturn Delta" (3) / "Three Little Bears" (6) [instrumental] / "Gypsy Eyes" (9) [instrumental] / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (6) [instrumental] / "Gypsy Eyes" (12) [instrumental]
    Disc 2: "Blues Jam" (JA19) / Unknown title / "Tears Of Rage" / "Hear My Train A Comin'" (60) / Instrumental Solo / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (7) / "Long Hot Summer Night" (5) / "Our Lovely Home" / "My Friend" (4) / "All Along The Watchtower" (6) / The Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Session (aka. The Dirty Tape) / "Bright Lights, Big City" (3) / Talking Over Eric Burdon
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - This 2CD set collects what’s available of the private recordings Jimi made in the Spring of 1968. Some other material certainly exists, such as the tape that was offered on eBay several years ago (a short sample of that has gone around and that is included here). So like most of these collections, this one will have to be upgraded someday.
    - Most of the apartment recordings (one exception noted below) are stereo and appear to have been recorded during the period March-April 1968.
    - Order of the different recordings is uncertain.
    - Disc 1, tracks 1-8: This is the "old" apartment tape, commonly referred to as "The Drake Hotel Demos"; The officially released version is used for the central portion of the recording. The mono collectors' source is used at start and end where the official stereo version is incomplete. A similar composite has been available on ATM 072-073 "Healing Power", but the mono mix was denoised on that one. Here it's unaltered, and moreover is a slight upgrade over the previous one. One more comment on the mono source: It seems to be one channel of the stereo source, rather than an average of both channels. However, there's enough vocals in the guitar channel and vice versa that we still hear both. Oddly, there is a short portion in the middle of the source where the tape seems to go to real stereo (that portion isn't used in this composite).
    - Disc 1, tracks 9-13: Next come 5 tracks that previously appeared on ATM 063-064 "On the Road (To Electric Ladyland)", but are upgraded here. This is a mono source, but it's not known if this is the way it was recorded. It's a puzzling recording; there are no vocals at all, and no ambient noises that would give clues about where this was recorded. There are also cuts between all the songs. Is it a studio recording or an apartment recording? The complete lack of vocals and noises might argue for the studio, and could be a demo session similar to the one on 22 february 1969 from the Dagger Records CD "Hear My Music". Even though there's no definitive evidence for it being an apartment recording, it's certainly meant to serve the same purpose: As a solo demo for trying out in-development musical ideas. So it was included even though it may turn out to be a studio recording. Those familiar with these 5 tracks recall that there is severe back-and-forth panning during "South Saturn Delta" and the first part of "Three Little Bears". It seems extremely unlikely that there is anything "official" about this effect. This is a mono source and the panning is simply switching the balance from one side to the other; it doesn't amount to real mixing in any sense. It also distracts quite a lot from Jimi's playing, so it was removed from these two tracks.
    - Disc 2, tracks 1-9: This is the sample of the eBay tape from several years ago - the so-called "10.000 Dollar Tape". Unfortunately we don't have the whole thing yet, but hopefully we'll hear it someday soon. The version here combines the short 9-minute sample that went around some time ago, with the longer versions of "Our Lovely Home" and "My Friend" first heard on JA 039 "Out In The Sun".
    - Disc 2, tracks 10-12: Also recorded during March-April 1968 period, this is mostly a recording of Paul Caruso and Mr.Wiggles trading good-natured insults with each other. Jimi is there too, and makes occasional comments, but he stays in the background while the other two talk. There is also another person in the room ("three coons in the room and a whitey"). The recording is often referred to as "The Paul Caruso Abuse Session" or "Rag Session", and starts with a loose attempt at "All Along The Watchtower" and ends with "Bright Lights, Big City". Those songs are given separate tracks.
    - Disc 2, track 13: Known by various names (most commonly "Room Full Of Mirrors Poetry Recital" and "Closer To The Truth"), this is the recording of Jimi talking over songs by Eric Burdon from the LP "The Twain Shall Meet". During the recording, portions of 3 songs from that LP appear: "We Love You Lil", "No Self Pity", and "Orange and Red Beams". The tape speed was corrected by synching to those songs. Most copies going around run too slow, making Jimi appear stoned (maybe he was) or sleepy. Also, most other copies have been de-noised; This one is unaltered. In addition to Jimi speaking, he also plays along with "Orange and Red Beams" during the last two minutes of the tape, continuing after the song fades out. This recording is often dated around Feb. 1969, perhaps due to the mention of a "room full of mirrors" by Jimi during the recording. However, the lines he quotes bear little relation to the song of that name. In fact, there are features that suggest this was recorded in Spring 1968 rather than nearly a year later: 1) Burdon's LP appeared in late 1967. It seems unlikely that Jimi would have been dwelling on it over a year later. 2) This tape is a stereo home recording very similar to the others we have from this period. 3) Unlike the mention of a "room full of mirrors" that isn't really very similar to the song, lyrics are quoted from "Somewhere" that match very well the song that was recorded in Spring 1968. Therefore this recording seems likely to originate from the Spring '68 period, and so is included in this collection. This recording follows directly after the Caruso recording on the earliest known sources. It's likely that this is just a reflection of the ordering on an early transfer and doesn't indicate actual recording order, but the order has been preserved just in case.
    - This collection is a supplement to the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix as started on ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience", and together with its companion piece ATM 238 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions March-April 1968", it picks up where ATM 234-235 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions May 1967-Jauary 1968" left off.
    - The so-called "10.000 Dollar Tape" is a Reel to Reel Tape that was offered for sale on e-bay mid-2002 for $10.000, and later aquired by Experience Hendrix. The Sample tape featured here was made and distributed for demonstration purposes only, so it just consists of fragments of the full tape; Brief snippets of songs that fade in and out, and start and stop abrubtly. The Complete tape is currently not in circulation.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 74, p.31-35 & Jimpress issue 76, p.55-59 for additional info regarding the "10.000 Dollar Tape" Sample.
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  • Electric Ladyland: Sessions March-April 1968 (ATM 238 / 21.12.2006 / 1CDR)
    (2nd part in a series of 4 CD sets featuring nearly every available mix and take of the tracks recorded may 1967-august 1968 including the ones that appeared on "Electric Ladyland"; Stereo versions, mono versions, instrumental takes, alternate takes, outtakes etc. This collection features the second portion of the "Electric Ladyland" period studio recordings, spanning march and april 1968; 79:50) Compiled from the Best available Sources - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *
    [* All tracks have been pitch-corrected using official mixes of the same songs or other songs from the same session.]
    Tracklist: Sound Center, New York City, NY 13.03.68: "My Friend" (2) [alternate mix]; 4:36 / "My Friend" (1) [official mix]; 4:34 / "Little Miss Strange" (1) [instrumental]; 3:10 / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (1); 4:12 / "Somewhere" (5) [guitar tracks only]; 3:47 / "Somewhere" (6) [altered, mono mix]; 3:54 / "Somewhere" (2) [slight echo on vocals]; 3:16 / "Somewhere" (1) [heavy echo on vocals]; 3:48 / "Somewhere" (7) [official mix]; 3:44 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 18.04.68: "Long Hot Summer Night" (4) [official mono reduction]; 3:25 / "Long Hot Summer Night" (1) [official stereo mix]; 3:25 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 20.04.68: "Little Miss Strange" (3) [alternate mix and guitar]; 2:49 / "Little Miss Strange" ( ) [official mono reduction]; 2:49 / "Little Miss Strange" (2) [official stereo mix] 2:49 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 22.04.68: "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (3) [alternate mix, from "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story"]; 4:32 / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn to Be)" (2) > "Moon, Turn The Tides ... Gently, Gently Away" [official]; 14:39 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 24.04.68: "Gypsy Eyes" (3) [instrumental]; 1:34 / "Gypsy Eyes" (4) [instrumental]; 2:03 / "Walking Through The Garden"; 4:42
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - The mono mixes are as usual reductions from stereo, taken from the original Brazilian 1LP version of "Electric Ladyland", which was mono. "Little Miss Strange" has an odd inverted average for the bridge section near the end, making it technically a different mix. This oddity may just be a studio mistake, but it may also have been done intentionally.
    - There are at least 3 different drum takes by Mitch on these mixes of "Somewhere". (7) is said to use a 1971 take, and it’s likely that one of the other takes is probably from '71 also. One of them may be the original drum take (on mix (1), (2), or the end of (6)), but which is the original is difficult to say. "Somewhere" (6) has overdubs but an unaltered ending (from about 3:32 onwards) so it was included for that reason. The track is nearly mono. Pitch drops as the song proceeds, which was corrected. The end of "Somewhere" (2) is cut on all copies.
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    "Gypsy Eyes" (3) and (4): It's unknown which session these takes come from. It was assumed here that these two instrumental takes were from April; The other takes are on the May set.
    - "Somewhere" (3) and (4) are not included, since they have overdubs and nothing new from the original tracks. My Friend (3) is a fake alternate mono mix with low vocals using the L-R effect, so it isn't included either.
    - This collection continues the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix started on ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience", and together with its companion piece ATM 236-237 "Electric Ladyland: The Apartment Recordings", it picks up where ATM 234-235 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions May 1967-Jauary 1968" left off.
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  • Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Woodstock - Nothing But Primary Rhythm Things ... (ATM 239-240 / 21.04.2007 / 2CDR)
    (Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69 [Complete]; 67:01 / 59:47) Sbd Composite* - Digitally Restored & Pitch corrected to match the official version
    [* Main source: 2nd or 3rd Gen; Eddie Kramer mix]
    notes:
    - A Complete as possible version of the Woodstock performance; The basic source for this composite is the Kramer source, which is only missing "Message To Love" and a few short cuts in music or tuning. These were patched in from the Douglas source or from official releases. Chip's closing comments were also added. Everything was pitch-adjusted to the official tracks. Pitch was fairly stable except during "Hey Joe" where it varied a bit on the Kramer source. The Kramer source was EQ'd to get it closer to the official tracks, and the patch bits were EQ'd to match the rest.
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  • Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 - 4th Source (ATM 241 / 29.02.2008 / 1CDR)
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [4th Source]; 51:16) Aud; Master [Master Cassette > CDR] - Digitally restored*
    [* Phase offset corrected, variable pitch correction performed, some varying volume adjustments to the left channel performed, and finally a handful of clicks (due to tape damage) and some momentary single-channel dropouts (also from tape aging/damage) fixed. No editing has been done to the tape, so any problems have been left as they were. Most notable are 2 cuts in "Machine Gun" (14), where respectively 2:00 and 1:03 of music is missing.]
    Tracklist: Intro / "Spanish Castle Magic" (41) / "Foxy Lady" (76) / "Lover Man" (25) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (38) / "Message To Love" (26) / "Ezy Rider" (16) / "Machine Gun" (14)
    notes:
    - This source only consists of the first half of the concert, but this is all that remains of the recording.
    • Bonus Disc: Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 - 4th Source (Modified version)
      (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [4th Source]; 61:26) Aud; Master [Master Cassette > CDR] - Digitally restored & Modified**
      [** Same as the unaltered version, but with the following modifications: There were a handful of bad places on the original tape. These problems have been sorted out here, and the problem areas have been patched with excerpts from the 2nd Source (aka. Far source). There's one patch each in "Foxy Lady" (76), "Lover Man" (25) (actually after the song during the applause), and "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (38). "Machine Gun" (14) had 3 problem areas, of which one has been patched. The other 2 were cuts where respectively 2:00 and 1:03 of music was missing. The track is included here in 2 versions. One (7:13) has these cuts smoothed out, but not patched, while the other (composite version) has the cuts patched, and thereby restored to its original length (10:11).]
      Tracklist: Intro / "Spanish Castle Magic" (41) / "Foxy Lady" (76) / "Lover Man" (25) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (38) / "Message To Love" (26) / "Ezy Rider" (16) / "Machine Gun" (14) / Bonus track: "Machine Gun" (14) (Composite)

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  • Electric Ladyland: Sessions May 1968 (ATM 242-245 / 29.12.2008 / 4CDR)
    (3rd part in a series of 4 CD sets featuring nearly every available mix and take of the tracks recorded may 1968, including the ones that appeared on "Electric Ladyland"; Stereo versions, mono versions, instrumental takes, alternate takes, outtakes etc. This collection features the third portion of the "Electric Ladyland" period studio recordings, and covers recordings made over only 3 days - 01.05.68-03.05.68) Compiled from the Best available Sources - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *
    [* Unofficial recordings have been pitch-corrected to match official material, any phase error between channels have been removed, vinyl tracks have been de-clicked by hand, and mono vinyl tracks have been channel-averaged.]
    Disc 1:
    Record Plant, New York City, NY 01.05.68: "House Burning Down" (3) (alternate mix) 4:29 / "House Burning Down" (2) (acetate mix) 4:29 / "House Burning Down" (4) (official mono reduction) 4:32 / "House Burning Down" (1) (official stereo) 4:32 / "Gypsy Eyes" (alternate mix, eBay sampler, incomplete) 1:08 / "Gypsy Eyes" (2) (alternate mix and guitar; includes false start) 3:43+0:40 / "Gypsy Eyes" (13) (boxset alternate mix) 3:41 / "Gypsy Eyes" (14) (official mono reduction) 3:43 / "Gypsy Eyes" (1) (official stereo) 3:43 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 02.05.68: "Rock and Roll Jam" 1:18 / "Three Little Bears" (8) (original drums) 4:16/ "Three Little Bears" (3) (more complete, alternate mix) 4:56 / "Three Little Bears" (4) > "South Saturn Delta" 12:28
    Disc 2: "Three Little Bears" (5) > "South Saturn Delta" (alt. mix, vocals high) 12:33 / "Three Little Bears" (1) (official Polydor mix) 4:11 / "Three Little Bears" (2) (official Reprise mix) 4:11 / "South Saturn Delta" (1) (original tracks) 4:52 / "South Saturn Delta" (9) (alt. mix with reverb, different horns) 4:08 / "South Saturn Delta" (2) (official Lifelines mix, with horns, incomplete) 3:00 / "South Saturn Delta" (7) (longer alt. EH mix, with horns) 4:06 / "Cherokee Mist" (1) 6:59 / "Cherokee Mist" (1) (edited alternate mix) 6:08 / "Cherokee Mist" (1) (2nd alternate mix) 7:01 / "Cherokee Mist" (1) (official incomplete mix, “Lifelines”) 2:33
    Disc 3: "Voodoo Chile" (1-5, 8) (full session) 6 tracks; 40:16 / "Voodoo Chile" (2) (alternate mix) 9:25 / "Voodoo Chile" (6) (official mix of (8)) 15:09 / "Voodoo Chile" (12) (official composite) 8:44
    Disc 4: "Voodoo Chile" (13) (longer alternate mix of composite) 9:15 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 03.05.68: "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (1-21) (full session, mono) 15 tracks; 32:34 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (17) (official alternate mix of (16)) 3:33 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (90) (official mono reduction of (22)) 5:11 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (22) (official stereo mix of (21)) 5:11 / Record Plant, New York City, NY may 1968: "Yes I Need Someone" (mono mix) 3:10 / "Let Me Stay" (mono mix) 3:34
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - "House Burning Down" (3) is an alternate mix of the track with different panning.
    - "House Burning Down" (2) is the alternate mix from acetate. It’s in much better shape here than on most previous copies, with a lot of manual de-clicking having been done. There’s still a great deal of background noise remaining, but it’s more listenable now. Removing all the noise would likely result in removing all the music too.
    - "House Burning Down" (4), "Gypsy Eyes" (14), and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (90) are all simple fold-downs of the official stereo mixes. As with most other mono mixes of the "Electric Ladyland" tracks, they aren’t studio remixes. The results are often odd-sounding as the stereo mixes weren’t intended to be reduced to mono. These were taken from the Brazilian 1-LP mono release of "Electric Ladyland", and some may find them a bit noisy; hard to find in better condition though. They can always be generated in excellent quality from the stereo CD releases, but the decision was made to have the original mono sources here.
    - The short alternate mono mix (1:08) of "Gypsy Eyes" is from the sampler that was available with an eBay listing from March 2008. It also has some different guitar than appears on the other mixes. Quality is poor; this track came from a lossy file, and there were messy static pops throughout. These were mostly removed but some little bits of noise remain due to the extended nature of the pops. There were also several cuts in the audio near the start; these are still there, although silent gaps have been added at the edit points to preserve the rhythm of the track.
    - "Three Little Bears" (8) was originally listed by Jimpress as an alternate mix of (1) with echo; however, the echo is the least interesting aspect of it. It appears to be the original track before final guitar overdubs, featuring what is probably the original drum track; all other mixes have Mitch’s replacement drum track.
    - The other mixes of this track are all somewhat different, so they are all included. (4) has lead guitar nearly central in the mix. (5) is nearly mono, with vocal isolation for the first 4:16. (3) has the cowbell much more to the front.
    - The official mixes of this track, Polydor mix (1) and Reprise mix (2) from the European and US versions of "War Heroes", are substantially different. (2) has a few vocals censored, but in fact the entire mix is different; it’s not just a case of removing a few vocal bits. The Polydor mix is much wider stereo, and the rhythm guitar is in different places in the two mixes. Also, (2) fades out whereas (1) comes to a sudden stop, but continues a second or two longer.
    - "South Saturn Delta" (2,7,9) add extensive overdubs to the original track (1), including guitar and horns, those overdubs having been recorded the following month. (9) uses different horn and guitar overdubs.
    - "Cherokee Mist" is available in several different mixes which aren't indexed separately by Jimpress. The edited mix (6:08) has a section in the middle removed, and has guitar tracks central and to the left, although the guitar to the left splits to both channels at times. The other two mixes are complete. The first of these is similar to the edited mix, but has somewhat louder drums and moves the central guitar part to the right channel. The other complete mix has guitar placement similar to the edited mix, but has drums mixed very loud and very up-front. There are also bursts of amplifier hum during the break between the first and second parts of this track (around the 4-min mark) that are not on the other two mixes.
    - There are probably other slightly different permutations of this track out there. One version has some of the amplifier hum bursts, but not the loud drums. But it's edited in the middle and is essentially mono, so it's not included.
    - Finally, there is the very incomplete mix from "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story", that is similar to the complete mix with guitars left and right (although with the channels reversed) but has the drums dry, with no reverb added. The two short parts without voiceover are included here, since it's the only official outing. This track is surely destined for official release at some point.
    - "Voodoo Chile" (1-5,8) is here in slightly better quality than most previous outings. There are a couple of tape stops near the start of (2), which are not present in the following alternate mix (q.v.). Comparison to that uninterrupted mix shows that these cuts are too long; they were shortened here so that their duration equals the duration of the missing music.
    - An alternate mix of "Voodoo Chile" (2) is available from the "Echo Tape". Although missing the start, this lacks some of the cuts present in the other mix. It's also truly a different mix (aside from the added reverb) since the instruments are placed differently and their levels are quite different.
    - "Voodoo Chile" (7) is not included on this set. This only appeared on the old bootleg "The First Rays Of The Rising Sun" (Living Legend LLRCD 023 / ftbfs: B330) from 1989. It’s described by both UniVibes and Jimpress as an alternate mix with hardly any crowd noise. It turns out that it’s identical to the official mix; the only difference is that the start and end of the track are cut, which are the parts that contain most of the crowd noise. The remaining places in the song where the crowd comes up are the same as on the official mix. (The 3rd edition of "From the Benjamin Franklin Studios" has corrected the error by deleting this number.)
    - "Voodoo Chile" (12) is the official composite from ":Blues". It consists of the first 2:00 from the “broken string” take (4), a short 0:25 vocal piece from the official version, and finally most of the last 6:50 of take (2). It fades out 0:24 before the end of (2).
    - "Voodoo Chile" (13) is the same composite as (12), but in a somewhat different mix, with instruments are in different positions. While (12) has guitar right and drums central, (13) has guitar central and drums right, and there's more reverb on (12). (13) also runs complete to the end of take (2) rather than fading early.
    - Another composite, "Voodoo Chile" (9), is not included in this set. It's a similar composite to (12) and (13) except that it lacks the short middle 0:25 portion from the official track. It consists of the first 2:08 of (4) and the last 6:43 of (2). The edit between the two parts is crude, and it’s likely that this is just an amateur effort. In addition, the mix is the same as that of the collector's session tape, so it's likely that it was made by just taking parts from that. Since there's nothing new, and it's probably not an official mix, it's not included here.
    - "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (1-3, 5-16, 18-21) is the full circulating session in a dry mono mix, here in slightly better quality than most previous appearances. (17) is the official mix of (16) taken from "Lifelines".
    - Finally, there are two tracks by Eire Apparent, taken in their straight mono mixes from the Buddah promo 45. These tracks were included in the TTG collection ATM 180-183 "TTG Studios october 1968", and they are generally attributed to those sessions. However, evidence argues for them originating from the May Record Plant sessions. It's interesting to note that these two tracks are essentially mono on the Eire Apparent LP "Sunrise"; some fake stereo effects are added, but they are not true stereo. If these tracks were all recorded at TTG, surely they would all appear in stereo mixes on the album. A critical piece of evidence is more persuasive. This 45 has been found on a radio station playlist from September 1968. This would certainly rule out TTG as the source of these two tracks. What other dates are possible? Photos exist of Jimi and Mick Cox in the Record Plant studios in May 1968 (one of these appears in UniVibes). This makes May a likely date for the recording of these two tracks. This still doesn't explain why the cuts are only available in mono, but the mono does indicate a different history for these two songs and separates them from the other tracks on the album. It's also possible that other songs on the album were recorded earlier than TTG, but lacking evidence of this these are the only two that are included here.
    - This collection takes the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix from where ATM 238 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions March-April 1968" left off up to where ATM 224-225 "Electric Ladyland: Sessions June-August 1968" begins.
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  • Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: New York City (ATM 246-248 / 02.11.2009 / 3CDR)
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    ollection of available studio recordings from the Gypsy Sun & Rainbows august-september 1969 (See tracklist for details); 46:32 / 78:50 / 70:31) All material taken from the best available sources; All tracks checked and corrected for technical issues including pitch, phase offset, and digital errors.
    Disc 1: Hit Factory, New York City, NY, unknown date: "Freedom" (29) Jam; 8:06 / Hit Factory, New York City, NY 28.08.69: "Message to Love" (3); 2:39 / "Message to Love" (50) (take 3); 6:19 / "Easy Blues" (1) (complete); 10:15 / "Easy Blues" (3) (edited); 7:47 / "Easy Blues" (2) (more edited mix); 4:37 / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (13) (incomplete, unaltered); 2:24 / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (15) (composite, no overdubs); 4:21
    Disc 2: Hit Factory, New York City, NY 29.08.69: "Izabella" (1, 2) (reel 3 - takes 5 & 6); 3:47 / " Izabella" (3) (reel 3 - take 7); 7:42 / "Izabella" (4, 5) (reel 4 - takes 1 & 2); 2:24 / "Izabella" (6) (reel 4 - take 3); 3:48 / "Machine Gun" (1); 12:27 / "Machine Gun" (2) (alternate take); 12:46 / "Izabella" (25) (reel 4 - take 3, mono mix); 3:44 / "Izabella" (28) (reel 4 - take 3, stereo mix); 3:41 / "Machine Gun" (3) (composite, incomplete, narrow stereo); 8:14 / "Machine Gun" (38) (composite, wider stereo); 11:22 / "Machine Gun" (39) (edited composite, mono, no overdubs); 7:30 / "Machine Gun" (40) (incomplete portion, alternate mix); 1:20
    Disc 3: Hit Factory, New York City, NY 04.09.69?: "Jungle Jam" > "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (3); 6:07 / Hit Factory, New York City, NY 06.09.69: "Valleys of Neptune" (22) (instrumental); 3:57 / "Blues for Me and You" (2); 10:37 / "Blues for Me and You" (1) (incomplete); 10:00 / "Lover Man" (45) (incomplete, instrumental, stereo); 3:43 / "Blues for Me and You" (3) (incomplete); 9:06 / "Lover Man" (4) (instrumental, mono); 4:22 / "Blues for Me and You" (4) (composite, edited); 5:45 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 15.09.69: "Stepping Stone" (1); 16:03
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - The recording date for "Freedom" (29) Jam is unknown, and "Message to Love" (3) is possibly from 29.08.69 rather than 28.09.69.
    - "Easy Blues" (1) is the most complete version of this recording, with an extra second at the start and without edits.
    - "Easy Blues" (3) is edited, with a 2:30 section removed at the 1:34 point (a Larry solo). In addition, it's a different mix with the percussion and tambourine removed.
    - "Easy Blues" (2) is taken from collectors' tapes with a few extra seconds at the end. The mix differs from the other two, with instruments placed somewhat differently in the stereo image and some of Larry's guitar mixed low. This version is more heavily edited, with a 3:16 portion removed at 1:17 (Larry's solo again). There are 5 further short edits, removing either one or two measures each: at 2:59 (7 seconds removed), at 3:13 (7 seconds removed), at 3:32 (4 seconds removed), at 3:41 (4 seconds removed), and at 4:00 (7 seconds removed). This version also fades 1:50 early at the end.
    - "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (13) is a nearly mono mix of the first part of the unaltered track. It ends before providing us with all the parts in the other edits.
    - "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning"(15) is digital mono, a rough edit of the track with portions missing, but without later overdubs. It has a 9-second cut at 1:01 and a longer cut (at least 44 seconds) at 1:29, and is cut at the end. Without a complete unaltered version we don't know what other edits might be present later in the track.
    - "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning"(4) (3:04) is not included here. That is the overdubbed altered track from 1975's "Midnight Lightning" LP, and there's nothing in it that's not on (15), which is longer, less edited, and lacks the posthumous overdubs.
    - "Izabella" (1-6): This instrumental session times to 17:42 and runs straight into "Machine Gun" (1). This is nearly identical to the version on ATM 119-120 "Soulful Sessions", except that some remaining minor errors have been repaired: one short repeated section between takes has been removed, and a couple of short gaps between takes have been patched from another source.
    - "Izabella" (3): There is a sudden cut at 1:51, at which point the recording jumps back to the 0:39 point and repeats. It's difficult to tell exactly what's going on here; much of the guitar in the right channel is different the second time around, parts of the guitar overdub appear to have been moved around, and there is likely some further editing in this section as well. It's definitely altered from its originally recorded form.
    - "Machine Gun": (1) and (2) are distinct takes, with notably sparse vocals. Interestingly McDermott only mentions one take in his book. Both of these takes seem to be basic tracks presented with minimal overdubs.
    - "Izabella" (25) is a mono mix of the take from this date that was for some time the working master. (28) is the stereo mix of the same take, but without the congas track.
    - The "Machine Gun" composites (3) and (38) feature two vocal tracks and guitar overdubs. There are parts from both (1) and (2) in these composites, but there are also overdubs which are not present on (1) and (2). It may be that (3) and (38) include various overdubs that were recorded for (1) and (2); it may also be that another take exists, and parts from that were used for the composites. Whatever the case, (3) is an incomplete narrow stereo mix and (38) a wider complete mix. They are the same edit, the only difference being that (3) fades early. There may be some different overdubs between the two, but generally the overdubs are similar, although the mixes place the parts in different places in the stereo image. Some of Larry's guitar on (38) is mixed way down and can only be heard very faintly.
    - "Machine Gun" (39) is a shortened mono composite, this time with only one vocal track and (in most places) only a single lead guitar track. On this one also, most of Larry's guitar parts can only be heard very faintly. This version is interesting because it's the basic track for the official overdubbed 1975 version. It's exactly the same edit, but prior to posthumous overdubs. That official version - "Machine Gun" (4) (from the "Midnight Lightning" LP) - is not included here since there's nothing unique on it.
    - "Machine Gun" (40), also mono, is a short middle section from the same composite, but with some different guitar overdubs.
    - "Jungle Jam" > "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (3) is not firmly dated; there is no definitive description of this recording in McDermott's book, but 04.09.69 is a possible date.
    - The 3 longer mixes of "Blues for Me and You" are all unedited, but differ in the amount missing at the start. (2) has some unknown amount cut at the start (we have no recording of this missing part); (1) starts 0:29 later than (2), and (3) starts 1:35 later than (2). Instrumental placement is different in these 3 mixes, and echo is added to the vocals on (2). (3) goes to nearly mono about 5 minutes in, and stays mono through the take of "Lover Man" (4). An alternate stereo mix of "Lover Man" (45) follows (1), but is cut at the end. Most of the audio between "Blues for Me and You" (3) and "Lover Man" (4) is edited out, but is present between "Blues for You and Me" (1) and "Lover Man" (45).
    - "Blues for Me and You" (4) is edited, with the 0:40 end vocal section repeated at the start, followed by the last 5:03 of the track with the vocals again at the end. Congas are also mixed out on this version. This is probably a try by Alan Douglas at an official release for this track, which never materialized. The last part of this version is presumably only available on the bootleg LP "Mannish Boy", which was used for the end section even though the quality is inferior.
    - "Stepping Stone" (1) is the only recording not from the Hit Factory, and is from the last session of the original Gypsy Sun & Rainbows line-up. Several more sessions featured Juma, but it appears that Larry and Jerry left following this session at the Record Plant.
    - Together with the Shokan tapes (available on ATM 221-223 "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - Jammin' Back at the House") and the complete Woodstock live concert (available on ATM 239-240 "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Woodstock - Nothing But Primary Rhythm Things"), these complete the coverage of the brief existence of the Gypsy Sun & Rainbows.
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  • Eric Burdon & War at Ronnie Scott's - Master (ATM 249-250 / 21.12.2010 / 2CDR)
    (Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70; 33:36 / 58:18) Aud (Bill Baker); Master (2010 transfer)
    Disc 1: 1st Set: Unknown Title; 1:20 / "Gun"; 2:58 / "Black On Black In Black" ("Paint It Black I" > "Laurel & Hardy" > "Pintelo Negro II" > "P.C.3 / Out Of Nowhere" > "Blackbird" > "Paint It Black III"); 15:08 / "Spill The Wine"; 8:07 / "Mystery Train"; 6:00
    Disc 2: 2nd Set: "Gun"; 7:31 / "Black On Black In Black" ("Paint It Black I" > "Laurel & Hardy" > "Pintelo Negro II" > "P.C.3 / Out Of Nowhere" > "Blackbird" > "Paint It Black III"); 15:08 / "Blues For Memphis Slim" ("Birth" > "Mother Earth" > "Mr.Charlie" > "Mother Earth") (with Jimi Hendrix); 20:09 / "Tobacco Road" ("Tobacco Rad" > "I Have A Dream" > "Tobacco Road") (with Jimi Hendrix); 14:55
    [Quote from the Release notes (slightly edited): "Several years ago the (nearly) complete recording came into circulation of Jimi with Eric Burdon and War at Ronnie Scott's in September of 1970. Unfortunately we didn't get a clean, lossless copy of the master; various technical issues prevented the taper from supplying that. So the circulating copy is a lossy copy of the master originally transferred to microsoft's wma-format, which in addition had some line hum in the audio. In December 2010 the taper allowed his master cassette to be transferred directly to uncompressed digital wav, and we now have a clean digital master. This transfer sounds substantially better than the previous copy, a greater improvement than would be expected just from the compression. Perhaps this was due to better equipment being used this time around. [ ... ] The recording captures most of both sets that night, with Set 1 on side 1 of the tape, and Set 2 on side 2. The 2nd tape side was running out just after "Tobacco Road" started, and the taper, not wanting to miss the unexpected contribution by Jimi, flipped the tape back to side 1 and recorded over the start of the 1st set. Thus over 10 minutes of the start of the opening set is missing due to the tape-over. The taper didn't run the tape all the way to the end of side 2 when he turned it back to side 1; there was a little over a minute left on the side when he flipped it. This also means that a little over a minute at the start of side 1 was not taped over. For some reason, this part was not included on the previous transfer. It's an instrumental (at least the part that survives) which may be just an untitled opening jam; but it may also be a titled song that hasn't been identified. [ ... ] The last minute of side 2 contains an unrelated recording (by the group Status Quo) which apparently was already on the cassette before the War recording. Because the previous transfer had only a second or two of this, it was thought that it was at the start of side 1 of the tape. Like the previous circulating copy of the tape, this one presents the material in the order in which it was recorded. Thus the part of "Tobacco Road" on side 1 has been moved to the end of the recording. The transfer is also at correct speed now, a little faster (about 2%) than the previous copy. [ ... ]
    The above tracklist is based on versions of these songs released on the Eric Burdon and War LPs "Eric Burdon Declares 'War'" and "The Black-Man's Burdon". This is longer than all of the earlier tracklists given for this tape, not because there's new material (apart from Disc 1 Track 1) but because the correct titles as given on the LP releases have been used. A studio version of "Mystery Train" was never released officially but a bootleg version & other live versions do circulate, often under the title "Train Thing Medley" but as there's no official release the actual title this was recorded under is unknown."P.C.3" uses the same music as on the LP version but the original track's lyrics (including references to the Queen's knickers and the size of her "burning bush") have been replaced with the lyrics from the song "Out of Nowhere", the original lyrics were perhaps a bit too much for UK audiences (or goverment officials). Lee Oskar either didn't play his "Danish Pastry" harp solo that's part of "Blues for Memphis Slim" on the LP, or it was played but wasn't recorded, which could be the case as the tape has multiple cuts during the track. The story about a fish that Burdon goes into after "Birth" isn't on either of the Eric Burdon and War LPs, so either it was improvised to please the UK audience or was a part of the song that was only performed live and not recorded for the LP version.
    [The recording was done] on a Philips C-90 cassette by Bill Baker using a Sony TC-100A portable cassette recorder and a Sony handheld dynamic microphone. There are a couple of big drop-outs on the master that couldn't be repaired. These are later damage to the original cassette (which by now is 40 years old) as they are not audible on the "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" -bootleg LP. Unfortunately the sound quality of the bootleg LP and the old incomplete tape copies is so much worse than that of the master transfer that patching was not a possibility. The taper did make several copies of the original cassette on reel to reel during the 70s, hopefully one day one of these will surface. "]
    notes:
    - Upgrade of FTO 018-019
    "Eric Burdon & War featuring Jimi Hendrix: Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16 Sept 1970 - The Complete Recording".
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 87, p.9-16 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • San Antonio 1970 - Master (ATM 251-252 / 07.06.2011 / 2CDR)
    (San Antonio Hemisfair Arena, San Antonio, TX 10.05.70 [Complete Show incl.opening act Country Funk]; 55:43 / 32:30) Aud (Gerard Daily); Master
    [Quote from the Release notes (edited): "The best heritage of this recording previously circulating to collectors seems to have been 2nd generation (used for ATM 126-127 "Way Down In Texas Land (Slight Return)"), although that lineage is uncertain. Adding to the uncertainty, other copies with undocumented lineage seem to have better sound. The master sounds substantially better than any of those - partly because of the generation difference, but also because many previous copies seem to have been processed in some way, resulting in a loss of sound quality.
    This 88-minute recording also captures the opening act, Country Funk. They seem to be appreciated even today, although they never achieved much fame during the group's lifetime. They released one self-titled album in 1970 and recorded tracks for a second album that wasn't released until 40 years later. [ ... ]
    In the Spring of 2011, Gerard [Daily] was kind enough to send his master cassettes for digital transfer. The concert was recorded on two cassette tapes with a Toshiba portable cassette desk with an external microphone. The first was a 120-minute tape, with a San Antonio 7 March 1970 recording of the Jefferson Airplane on Side 1 (also in circulation). The recording of Country Funk and the first part of the Hendrix show (through "Red House") were on Side 2 of this tape. The second cassette, a C-60, captured the portion of the concert from "Message to Love" through "Purple Haze" on Side 1, with the last song "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" on Side 2.
    Although this is an upgrade over previous copies, there are still some difficulties with the audio, including bits of distortion during loud passages on the C-120 tape (probably caused by the much thinner tape), but these are on the master. "Message to Love," which begins the recording on the second cassette, is noticeably muddier than the rest of the recording; the microphone may have been obscured for some reason during this song. But overall, the clarity is much better than previous copies, making the recording much more listenable. Two transfers of the tape were made using different equipment and these were compared to each other so any problems with the transfer process were ruled out, all drop-outs or noises are on the master itself. No eq or denoise was applied. [ ... ]" ]
    notes:
    - Upgrade of the San Antonio portion of ATM 126-127 "Way Down In Texas Land (Slight Return)".

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  • Madison, WI 02.05.70 - 3rd Source (ATM 253-254 / 25.12.2011 / 2CDR)
    (Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI 02.05.70 [3rd Source]; 44:27 / 38:14) Aud; Unknown Gen
    Tracklist: "Fire" (67i) / "Room Full of Mirrors" (14) / "Hear My Train A Comin'" (40) / "Red House" (63) / "Message to Love" (28) / "Ezy Rider" (19) / "Machine Gun" (16) / "Star Spangled Banner" (32) / "Foxy Lady" (79) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (68) / "Purple Haze" (88).
    notes:
    - This source starts halfway through "Fire" (67) and is missing "Lover Man" (28) after "Hear My Train A-comin'" (40).

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  • Hollywood Bowl (2012 Edition) (ATM 255 / 19.01.2012 / 1CDR)
    (Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA 14.09.68 [Almost Complete] + KHJ Radio Promo; 71:48) Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected
    [Quote from the Release notes (slightly edited): "In 2011 a 1st Generation upgrade of the Hollywood Bowl recording surfaced. This was a TDK MA-X 90 metal tape received directly from the original taper circa 1988. The owner of the cassette could not recall the name of the taper so the master still remains to be found - if it still exists. Several transfers of the cassette were made and circulated during 2011, unfortunately these only used one channel of the 2 channel mono dub due to a defect in the cassette deck and ran 4% too fast. For this release a new 2 channel mono transfer was made, the recording pitch & phase corrected, tape flip overlap spliced together and drop-outs repaired when possible (by patching one channel with the other channel that had no problems). A large amount of clicks were removed (but only when it caused no loss of actual musical content), especially during the very noisy first 8 minutes of the recording. No eq or denoise was used. [ ... ] Everything possible was [ ... ] done to assure this 2012 edition would be the best possible version of the Hollywood Bowl recording to replace the old ATM 037 2nd gen tape [ ... ].
    The cuts, tape wows and drop-outs were checked against a 2011 transfer, the old 2nd gen ATM disc and the 2LP bootleg set ["Live at the Hollywood Bowl" (ftbfs: B062)]. All faults listed below were on all sources checked so presumably they are also on the master tape but that of course can't be verfied at the moment: 1 Radio promo / 2 Intro (cut at 2.13, drop-outs at 3.16-21, cut at 3.22) / 3 "Call Of The Black Panther" / "Are You Experienced" (audio drops out at 0.09-11 & 0.38-40, tape wow at 1.07, cut at 2.36, cut or drop-out at 3.20, tape wows at 3.27, 3.51 & 8.00) / 4 "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (tape wow at 5.58) / 5 "Red House" (cut at 7.06, tape wow at 10.11) / 6 "Foxy Lady" / 7 "Fire" / 8 "Hey Joe" (tape wow at 4.58) / 9 "Sunshine Of Your Love" (drop-outs at 0.53-54, tape wows at 3.41, 4.05 & 4.55) / master tape flip / 10 "I Don't Live Today" (start cut) (tape wows at 2.17 & 2.31) / 11 "Little Wing" (tape wow at 0.23) / 12 "Star Spangled Banner" / 13 "Purple Haze".
    The promo spot that starts the disc is not an off-air recording but comes from a KHJ compilation reel of various promotional spots. Exact lineage is unknown but it probably is a 1st or 2nd generation copy of the original radio promo "master". The voice that you hear is that of KHJ dj Humble Harve who also does the opening introduction of the JHE set."]
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 037 Rev.A "Hollywood Bowl".
    • Bonus Disc: Soft Machine: "You Don't Remember" / "Improvisation" / "Drum Solo" / "Esther's Nose Job" / Vanilla Fudge: "Break Song"; 37:43 - Aud; Soft Machine: No Gen info / Vanilla Fudge: 3rd Gen
      [Quote from the Release notes (slightly edited):
      "The 1st generation cassette used for the Jimi Hendrix Experience set does not include the support sets by Soft Machine and Vanilla Fudge and the circulating versions are of much higher generation / lower audio quality than the Jimi Hendrix Experience set. [ ... ] The Soft Machine recording was taken from a compilation CDR titled "Soft Machine: American Tour - Summer 1968" and the Vanilla Fudge recording comes from a torrent where it was coupled with a 22 November 1969 recording from Hemisfair Arena in San Antonio. There is no lineage available for Soft Machine, Vanilla Fudge was listed as coming from a 3rd generation cassette. Both tapes very likely exist somewhere in better quality lower generation versions and the bonus disc in no way claims to be definitive or even best quality currently available. Some extranous clicks and digital errors were cleaned up from both tapes.
      Interestingly neither support act tape has any of the cuts or speed problems that the JHE set has even though they are very likely to have been recorded by the same person since no other recordings of the JHE set circulate.
      There are no recordings known to exist from any of the concerts that Eire Apparent played in 1968. There are some clues available as to what they might have played at the Hollywood Bowl, the book "Eyewitness 1968" [by Ben Valkhoff] includes an 26 August 1968 concert review that reports the band played "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" and "Gloria". On the two available recordings from the January 1969 tour Eire Apparent is still playing "Gloria" but the Dylan number has changed to "Highway 61 Revisited".
      The Soft Machine recording from the Hollywood Bowl runs for 15 minutes and this could be most of their set, a 1 September 1968 review noted that the band performed for 20 minutes.
      Vanilla Fudge seems to have been playing basically the same set each night. Based on September 1968 reviews reprinted in Eyewitness and the 9 September 1968 Portland recording, at Hollywood Bowl Vanilla Fudge probably played "People Get Ready" & "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and finished with the 20+ min "Break Song". The Hollywood Bowl recording includes only the last number with a few minutes missing from the start." ]
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  • Berkeley 1st Show - Complete Soundboard (ATM 256-257 / xx.08.2012 / 2CDR)
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 1st Show; 43:25 / 48:12) Sbd; 1st or 2nd Gen from Mixdown Master
    Quote from the release notes: "It seems that all copies of the Berkeley soundboard tapes originated from Bob Terry. The Cooper Owen auction listings for the Bob Terry tapes include three reels with the 2nd part of the concert. It is however probable that Terry also had similar reels for the 1st half, for some reason omitted from the auction (like many other tapes Terry had), so very likely all of his Berkeley multitrack mixdowns were on 15 ips 10" Ampex reels or similar studio quality tapes.
    It seems that Bob Terry circulated several different edits of his Berkeley tapes, this is why there are at least 3 different versions of the first show going around all originating from the same reels but with different cuts and missing tracks. The basis of this set was a low generation cassette originally received from Bob Terry that came into circulation in 2011. Unlike previous versions this cassette came directly from Terry and includes all of the music but has some cuts between songs.
    This set uses a new transfer of that cassette (done on different equipment than the transfer circulated in 2011) as the main source with cuts between the tracks, some drop-outs, noises and the end of "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" patched with the dub/edit of the tape that was used for the previous ATM release 123-124 ["The Berkeley Concerts"]. The intro was taken from a third dub/edit (taken from a previous multi source composite version of the concert) with one cut patched with the main source.
    There's only one cut remaining and that occurs pre-concert before Jimi enters the stage. It's unknown whether this is also present on the multitrack tapes but as the other edits on the various versions of the tape were "clean" and the sole remaining cut clearly has the tape speeding up after the cut. So it's quite likely that the cut was introduced by different equipment than the other cuts and thus could well be on the master tapes, possibly the multitrack deck was halted when the start of the actual concert was delayed.
    There's no way to be sure if Bob Terry used his original reels to dub the cassette used as the main source here, it's also quite possible that he dubbed from a safety copy. So the lineage of the main source would read something like this:
    Master (multitrack) > 15ips mixdown reel (> reel?) > cassette > wav [making this 1st or possibly 2nd Gen from the mixdown master]. The exact lineage of the patch sources is unknown.
    No eq was applied to the main source, it was necessary to invert channels and apply eq to the patches in order to make seamless repairs but some variation remains. Apart from the usual differences in hiss levels there were slight differences in the stereo image between the tapes, some tapes had wider stereo than others even though the actual mix of the instruments appeared to be the same. This difference was either introduced deliberately or is down to the copying process, either way some repairs/patches are not 100% inaudible because of this."
    notes:
    - Upgrade of the 1st Show material featured on ATM 020-022 "Watchout for the Fuzz" and ATM 123-124 "The Berkeley Concerts".
    - The Aud Source of Berkeley 1st Show is available on ATM 175-176 "In the Eye of the Storm".
    - The Complete 2nd Show Soundboard recording is available on the officially released "Live at Berkeley".

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  • Live at The Royal Albert Hall (ATM DVD 001 / 2003 / DVD-R)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 plus Home Recording 1969) [Re-worked version of the unreleased film "Experience" aka."The Last Experience" / Features: Full Stereo Sound, Actual song order, Dozens of 'out of sync' shots have been corrected, Songs extended to full length, Psychedelic effects added to fill in missing scenes, Compiled from different video sources, Plays back in full screen mode] Rising Sun VHS > Digitally Edited > VHS > DVD
    notes:
    - The audio and video on this DVD is slightly out of synch; Refer to a ATM DVD 001 Rev A for an upgraded version where this problem is corrected.
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  • Live at The Royal Albert Hall (ATM DVD 001 Rev A / 2003 / DVD-R)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 plus plus Home Recordings 1969 / Footage from German Tour, jan.1969) [Re-worked version of the unreleased film "Experience" aka."The Last Experience" / Features: • Full Stereo Sound, • Actual song order, • Dozens of 'out of sync' shots have been corrected, • Songs extended to full length, • With psychedelic effects to fill in missing scenes, • Compiled from different video sources, • Plays back in full screen mode] Rising Sun VHS > Digitally Edited > VHS > DVD
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM DVD 001 "Live at The Royal Albert Hall"; Audio / video synch problems corrected.
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  • Konserthuset (ATM DVD 002 / 2003 / DVD-R)
    (Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st Show [Complete]) Master Videotape > SVHS PAL > VHS NTSC > Digitally Restored > DVD
    notes:
    - Upgrade is available.
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  • Band Of Gypsys (ATM DVD 003 / 2003 / DVD-R)
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show (B&W footage edited from the Blom and Vasulka video sources) plus "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 10.05.67 ["The Wind Cries Mary" (4)] / TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA 29.10.68 ["Gloria" ( )] / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show [Colour footage filmed by Amalie R.Rothschild] ["Stepping Stone" (14) / "Fire" (66) / "Ezy Rider" (15i)]) Very Low Gen
    notes:
    - About the Fillmore East B&W footage: 1) Edits / cuts from camera shots are done just BEFORE the camera starts to shake, jitter or distort. The Experience Hendrix version of this material (available on the DVD "Band of Gypsys / Live at the Fillmore East") cuts from a camera shot AFTER the shake or jiggle. 2) The two original cameras had different contrast and brightness settings. The Experience Hendrix version cuts from a dark shot to a hazy light shot without having blended the brightness or contrast to be matching between the two cameras. Here adjustments are made to balance the two cameras together. 3) Some of the Experience Hendrix footage looks to have been partially deteriorated due to improper storage. The source tapes used here (very low gen) appear to have been taken from an earlier transfer of the masters (before the deterioration had taken place).
    - The audio and video on "Machine Gun" (12) is out of synch; Refer to a ATM DVD 003 Rev A for an upgraded version where this problem is corrected.

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  • Band Of Gypsys (ATM DVD 003 Rev A / 2004 / DVD-R)
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70; 1st Show (B&W footage edited from the Blom and Vasulka video sources) plus "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 10.05.67 ["The Wind Cries Mary" (4)] / TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA 29.10.68 ["Gloria" ( )] / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show [Colour footage filmed by Amalie R.Rothschild] ["Stepping Stone" (14) / "Fire" (66) / "Ezy Rider" (15i)]) Very Low Gen
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM DVD 003; Audio / video synch problems in "Machine Gun" (12) have been corrected.
    - About the Fillmore East B&W footage: 1) Edits / cuts from camera shots are done just BEFORE the camera starts to shake, jitter or distort. The Experience Hendrix version of this material (available on the DVD "Band of Gypsys / Live at the Fillmore East") cuts from a camera shot AFTER the shake or jiggle. 2) The two original cameras had different contrast and brightness settings. The Experience Hendrix version cuts from a dark shot to a hazy light shot without having blended the brightness or contrast to be matching between the two cameras. Here adjustments are made to balance the two cameras together. 3) Some of the Experience Hendrix footage looks to have been partially deteriorated due to improper storage. The source tapes used here (very low gen) appear to have been taken from an earlier transfer of the masters (before the deterioration had taken place).

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  • The Jimi Hendrix Video Experience (ATM DVD 004 / 2003 / DVD-R)
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show (incl. deleted scenes from the film "Rainbow Bridge" (ftbfs: OV 09)) plus "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 10.05.67 ["The Wind Cries Mary" (4)] / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 ["The Wind Cries Mary" (5) / "Purple Haze" (12)] / New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68 / TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA 29.10.68 [Silent footage with Dubbed sound; "Gloria" ( )] / Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 [Composite of Silent 8mm & 16mm footage with Dubbed sound] / "Happening For Lulu", BBC TV Centre, London 04.01.69 ["Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (36) / "Hey Joe" (41) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (15)] / Fillmore East, New York City, NY 31.12.69; 2nd Show [Colour footage filmed by Amalie R.Rothschild] ["Stepping Stone" (14) / "Fire" (66) / "Ezy Rider" (15i)]) Transferred from 1st Gen Video Tape

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  • The Atlanta Reel DVD [aka. "Atlanta Pop Festival"] (ATM DVD 005 / 29.05.2004 / DVD-R)
    (Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70) Video / Audio Composite *
    [* This DVD features the video from the "Jimi Hendrix At The Atlanta Pop Festival" laserdisc put it into correct order. The Audio from "All Along The Watchtower" (10) through the end comes from ATM 114 "The Altlanta Reel", and a mix of "Stages", the laserdisc audio, and a touch of the Space Mix (available ATM 173-174 "Atlanta + Space") has been used for the beginning. The goal in the non-Reel-audio sections was to use sources with the least amount of fake crowd noise added by Alan Douglas. The audience source (also available ATM 173-174 "Atlanta + Space") has been used as an intro and an outro, and also to patch the beginning of "All Along The Watchtower" (10). There is a minute of black screen at the beginning while Jimi tunes up, and the last seven or eight minutes (from "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun" (5) through the end of the audience outro) play over a simple title.]
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  • Haleakala Crater (ATM DVD 006 / 23.07.2004 / DVD-R)
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show ) All circulating Maui footage edited and sync'd with the best available Audio source; Footage sources: "Rainbow Bridge" film (ftbfs: OV 09) (tracks 1,2,5,6,8,9,10,12,16,17,18), "Rainbow Bridge" single camera out-takes (tracks 9,10,11,13,14,15) & "Strange Days On Maui" film (tracks 3,4,6,7,9,15) [Additional non-concert footage to fill in gaps lifted from the films "Rainbow Bridge", "Easy Rider", "Endless Summer", "Berkely in the 60's" and "Hawaiian Paradise"] / Audio source: Mono Sbd; 2nd Gen *
    [* Due to technical problems the drums were not properly recorded. Mitch Mitchell re-recorded his drum parts in 1971 at Electric Lady Studios. This is the only available complete audio source, hence Mitch will appear out-of-sync at times.]
    Tracklist: 1.The Assasin / 2."Pali Gap" / 1st Show: 3."Spanish Castle Magic" (47) / 4."Lover Man" (38) / 5."Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) / 6."In From The Storm" (5) / 7."Message To Love" (40) / 8."Foxy Lady" (92) / 9."Hear My Train A-Comin'" (50) / 10."Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (82) / 11."Fire" (77) / 12."Purple Haze" (101) / 2nd Show: 13."Dolly Dagger" (3) / 14."Villanova Junction" (13) / 15."Ezy Rider" (26) / 16.Jimi Raps #1 / 17.Jimi Raps #2 / 18."Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (8)
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  • Smash Hits Plus (ATM DVD 007 / 2004 / DVD-R)
    (DVD Conversion of the CD-G Enhanced US "Smash Hits" CD Reprise 2276-2, 1989)
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FOR TRADE ONLY
Almost ATM, but not quite ...

Although of the same high quality as the ATM-series, these discs have for various reasons not been deemed suitable for "official" ATM status.
Some of these discs relay in part on officially available material, and are made by fans - for fans - with the intent of being alternate versions of official albums. The discs in question are however not in any way intended as substitutes for their official counterparts, but merely as supplements to these.
Please refer to Just ask the Axis or Plug Your Ears for Concert setlists-.
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  • The Complete Clark University '68 (For Trade Only FTO 001-002 / 15.12.2000 / 2CDR)
    (Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show and Interviews by Tony Palmer) Mono Sbd; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette > Reel > DAT > CDR]
    notes:
    - BBC's Complete and Unedited Raw Tapes including Interview-sections and various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live at Clark University".
    - This is the same tape from which Dagger Records' "Live at Clark University" is made.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 71, p.32-41 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • The Capricorn Tape (For Trade Only FTO 003 / 08.07.2003 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [Most Tracks prepared and / or considered for the CDs ":Blues" and "Voodoo Soup"]) 1st Gen [1" 2 track reel > Cassette > CDR]
    Tracklist: "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "Belly Button Window" (6) / "Georgia Blues" (2) [aka. "Mother"] / "Villanova Junction" (18) Jam / "Lover Man" (7) / "New Rising Sun" (2) / "Midnight" (4)
    notes:
    - There's a click at 2:06 in "Belly Button Window" (6); This click is on the source disc, and doesn't appear to be digital.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 76, p.59-64 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals - Composite (For Trade Only FTO 004 / 21.11.2003 / 1CDR)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 [Rehearsals]; 52:16) Stereo & Mono Sbd Composite [Old & New 2003 Source]; Low Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *
    [* The pitch for ATM 220 "Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals" was chosen by syncing the concert audio to the official "Stone Free" (13) from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts". Since this was all from a common source it seemed likely that pitch would be constant. The vocals on the rehearsals did however sound slow, and it turned out that indeed the pitch of most of the rehearsals was about 3% below that of the concert. While this could indicate a real pitch difference rather than a tape speed difference, together with the sluggish-sounding vocals in the rehearsals it's pretty convincing that the rehearsals are really running off-speed. Tuning during the concert is just about exactly 2/3 of a full tone below standard tuning. Each track of the rehearsals was adjusted to match this tuning. This resulted in an upward 3% pitch adjustment on every rehearsal track except the first ("Hey Joe" (49)) which was sharper than the rest and only required a +1% adjustment. The chunk of "Hound Dog" takes, plus some of the attached chat and tuning, was taken from LP. Pitch on the LP was even more problematic. The last half of the LP is at correct speed but the first part has a lot of variation. "Hey Joe" (49) starts off 8% fast, decreases to 5% by the end of the song, and continues to decrease until the end of the 2nd "Hound Dog" take (4), where speed becomes accurate and stays that way. So varying correction was required for the LP source. Speed on all the tracks sounds about right now, and this composite can be taken as a reasonably accurate reproduction of the correct running speed for all the rehearsals tracks.]
    Tracklist: "Hey Joe" (49); 4:36 / "Hound Dog" (try-outs #1-3); 3:01 / "Hound Dog" (3, 4); 5:58, 3:53 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (46, 47); 1:14, 1:15 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (18); 4:54 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (61) > "Ezy Rider" Riff; 9:58 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (25-29); 2:56, 0:23, 2:20, 0:45, 4:12 / "Bleeding Heart" (17-19); 0:34, 1:18, 4:48 / "Message To Love" (58); 0:20
    notes:
    - The New 2003 Source portion is Speed corrected from the already Digitally Restored ATM 220 "Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals", while the Old Source portion is Digitally Restored & Speed corrected from the vinyl bootleg "He Was A Friend Of Yours" (ftbfs: B035).
    - Raw version of the New 2003 Source material is available.
    - At the time of release this Composite featured all available material from the Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals in the best possible quality. Later an upgrade of the New 2003 source portion featuring additional material has become available as part of ATM 227-228 "Experience - Coming soon to a Theatre near you!" (straight transfer) and JPIO 033-034 "He Was A Friend Of Ours - Remasterd" (speed adjusted).
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  • February 1969 Sessions (For Trade Only FTO 005 / 30.11.2003 / 1CDR)
    (Compilation of all circulating feb.1969 Studio recordings* in the best available quality) Very Low Gen incl. material lifted from official releases - Digitally Restored
    [* At the time of release; After its release several additional tracks have become available, first on the Dagger Records CD "Hear My Music" in 2004 and later on the official "Valleys Of Neptune" album in 2010.]
    Tracklist: Record Plant, New York City, NY 11.02.69: "It's Too Bad" (1) [Complete version. This has a tape break in it at 9:06 which is edited out of many copies; From unknown Gen tape] / "It's Too Bad" (3) [Incomplete alternate AD mix. Wide stereo mix from the ":Blues" era with heavy reverb; From unknown Gen tape] / "It's Too Bad" (2) [Official EH mix; From the LP version of the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set] / "World Traveller" (1) [From unknown Gen tape, slightly EQ'd to match the official mix] / "Duane Hitchings Jam" (JS17) [From unknown Gen tape] / Olympic Studios, London 16.02.69 (all tracks lifted from the Bootleg CD "Studio Haze" (ftbfs: B394)): "Gypsy Blood" (1) aka. "Cryin' Blue Rain" / "Room Full of Mirrors" (1) / "Shame Shame Shame" (1) [These two tracks overlap and have been edited together here. The fade down then up was kept since the hiss became overwhelming if the volume was boosted enough to reverse the fades.] / "Lover Man" (3) / "Sunshine of Your Love" (1) / Olympic Studios, London 17.02.69: "Spanish Castle Magic" (58) [Official EH track; From the LP version of the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set] / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (59) [Official EH track; From the CD version of the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set] / Olympic Studios, London 26.02.69: "Noel's Tune" (take 1) [Official EH track; From "Noel Redding: The Experience Sessions"]
    notes:
    - An updated and expanded version of this set - that incorporates the material from the Dagger Records CD "Hear My Music" - is available.
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  • February 1969 Sessions (For Trade Only FTO 005 Rev.A / 2005 / 2CDR)
    (Compilation of all circulating feb.1969 Studio recordings* in the best available quality) Very Low Gen incl. material lifted from official releases - Digitally Restored
    [* At the time of release; This revised version of the set incorporates the material from the Dagger Records CD "Hear My Music", but after its release several additional tracks have become available on the official "Valleys Of Neptune" album and the "West Coast Seattle Boy" box set.]
    Disc 1: Record Plant, New York City, NY 11.02.69: "It's Too Bad" (1) [Complete version. This has a tape break in it at 9:06 which is edited out of many copies; From unknown Gen tape] / "It's Too Bad" (3) [Incomplete alternate AD mix. Wide stereo mix from the ":Blues" era with heavy reverb; From unknown Gen tape] / "It's Too Bad" (2) [Official EH mix; From the LP version of the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set] / "World Traveller" (1) [From unknown Gen tape, slightly EQ'd to match the official mix] / "Duane Hitchings Jam" (JS17) [From unknown Gen tape]
    Disc 2: Olympic Studios, London 14.02.69 (all tracks lifted from the Dagger Records CD "Hear My Music"): "Slow Version"** / "Ezy Rider" (39) > "Star Spangled Banner" (53)** / Olympic Studios, London 16.02.69 (all tracks lifted from the Bootleg CD "Studio Haze" (ftbfs: B394)): "Gypsy Blood" (1) aka. "Cryin' Blue Rain" / "Room Full of Mirrors" (1) / "Shame Shame Shame" (1) [These two tracks overlap and have been edited together here. The fade down then up was kept since the hiss became overwhelming if the volume was boosted enough to reverse the fades.] / "Lover Man" (3) / "Sunshine of Your Love" (1) / Olympic Studios, London 17.02.69: "Spanish Castle Magic" (58) [Official EH track; From the LP version of the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set] / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (59) [Official EH track; From the CD version of the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set] / Olympic Studios, London 22.02.69 (all tracks lifted from the Dagger Records CD "Hear My Music"): "Message To Love" (59)** / "Gypsy Blood" (2)** / "Valleys Of Neptune" (27) [guitar]** / "Valleys Of Neptune" (28) [piano]** [notes: noises at 0:24, 0:54 and 1:00 should be reduced/removed] Olympic Studios, London 26.02.69: "Noel's Tune" (take 1) [Official EH track; From "Noel Redding: The Experience Sessions"]
    [** Tracks that are new to this revised version of the set.]
    notes:
    - This collection continues the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix as started on ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience", and picks up where ATM 180-183 "TTG Studios october 1968" leaves off.
    - Over the last few years, additional material from this period has has surfaced on the official "Valleys Of Neptune" album, the "Love Or Confusion c/w 12 Bar With Horns" CD Single and the "West Coast Seattle Boy" box set.
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  • :Raw Blues (For Trade Only FTO 006-007 / 2004 / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [Tracks prepared and / or conisdered for the CD ":Blues"]) 1st Gen - Digitally Restored (Phase corrected) & Pitch corrected to match official versions
    Disc 1: "Electric Church" > "Red House" (7); 1:44 > 5:30 [The familiar composite with a longer "Electric Church" portion at the start than on ":Blues"] / "Born Under A Bad Sign" (2); 8:17 [More complete version than the official 7:36 version which has an edit at 5:10. This version omits the 0:11 bass solo at start, but restores the 0:38 edit at the 4:59 point, and continues 0:13 longer to the end.] / "Once I Had A Woman" (4); 8:16 [Continues to the end while the ":Blues" version fades at 7:47. Same as on ATM 214-215 "Old Time".] / "Easy Blues" (2); 4:35 [Same incomplete edit as used on "Nine to the Universe", but continues a few seconds longer at the end.] / "Mannish Boy" (53); 5:51 [Composite. This version is somewhat more complete than the ":Blues" version, which runs 5:18. This one misses the 0:05 intro, but restores two edits in official version: 0:09 at 2:50, and 0:26 at 5:02.] / "Villanova Junction" (17) Jam; 27:35 [The longest available version of this jam.] / "Georgia Blues" (2) [aka. "Mother"]; 7:55 [The mix with horn solo and some vocals removed.]
    Disc 2: "Jam 292" (4) [aka."Jelly 292"]; 6:36 [A little longer than the official 6:24 version. The first 1,5 sec of the official version is missing, but this continues til the end.] / "Voodoo Chile Blues" (13); 9:15 [Longer than the 8:47 ":Blues" composite, this continues until the end without fadeout.] / "Strato Strut" (1); 1:48 [The familiar incomplete version.] / "Country Blues" (2) > "Astro Man" (5i); 8:38 [A little more complete at the end than the other versions of mix (2), this goes into the first few seconds of "Astro Man" before ending. Other mixes have included the complete "Astro Man" (5) but not this mix.] / "Things I Used To Do" (8); 5:43 [Longer than the alternate edited versions (5) on "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show" and (7) on "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story", but still incomplete.] / "Bleeding Heart" (1); 3:25 [Same as on ":Blues", but with a few short guitar riffs after the song.] / "Hear My Train A Comin'" (52); 8:09 [The familiar "Blues Outtakes" track. Same as on "The Capricorn Tape".] / "Belly Button Window" (6); 2:18 [Complete alternate take. Same as on "The Capricorn Tape".] / "It's Too Bad" (3); 5:39 [Incomplete wide stereo mix with reverb. Same as on "February 1969 Sessions".] / "Villanova Junction" (18) Jam; 19:47 [The edited version of this jam. Same as on "The Capricorn Tape".]
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  • BBC Radio (For Trade Only FTO 008-009 / 09.07.2004 / 2CDR)
    (The Complete surviving BBC Session recordings, London 1967, incl. interviews [BBC Broadcasting House, London 13.02.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC Radio "Saturday Club") / BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 06.10.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC "Top Gear") / BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 15.12.67 (Interview by Tony Hall for BBC "Top Gear"]) All material compiled from the best available sources - Digitally Restored
    Disc 1: Monday 13.02.67; "Saturday Club": Interview with Jimi by Brian Matthews [HATB] / "Hey Joe" (5) [HATB] / "Stone Free" (3) [HATB] / "Love Or Confusion" (3) [HATB] / "Foxy Lady" (3) (outtake) [HATB] / "Foxy Lady" (4) [EH LP; channels averaged] / Tuesday 28.03.67; "Saturday Club": "Killing Floor" (1) [HATB; slight EQ] / "Fire" (5) [HATB] / "Purple Haze" (6) [HATB; slight EQ / intro from EH CD] / Friday 06.10.67; "Top Gear": Top of The Pops radio promo [HATB] / "I Was Made To Love Her / Ain't Too Proud To Beg" [HATB / edit from EH CD] / Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews > Jimi introduces The Burning of The Midnight Lamp [HATB / edit from "Playing the Radio"] / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (5) [HATB] / "Hound Dog" (1) [HATB] / Intro by Brian Matthews [HATB] / "Little Miss Lover" (4) [HATB] / "Catfish Blues" (1) [HATB] / "Drivin' South" (1) [Boot LP; cleaned] / "Drivin' South" (14) (edited version of (1)) [EH LP; channels averaged] / "Drivin' South" (2) (alternate take) [HATB]
    Disc 2: Tuesday 17.10.67; "Rhythm And Blues": Signature tune and intro by Alexis Korner [HATB] / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window" (1) [HATB] / Intro by Alexis Korner [HATB] / "Hoochie Coochie Man" (1) [HATB] / Intro by Alexis Korner [HATB + EH CD; channels averaged] / "Drivin' South" (3) [EH LP; channels averaged] / Friday 15.12.67; "Top Gear": "Radio One Theme" [HATB] / Interview with Jimi by Tony Hall [Univibes CD / edit from HATB] / "Spanish Castle Magic" (5) [HATB] / "Wait Until Tomorrow" (4) [HATB] / "I Want To Tell You" riff > "Day Tripper" (3) [HATB / intro from "Playing the Radio" and EH CD] / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (1) [HATB / end edit from "Peel Sessions" EP] / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (2) (alternate vocal take) [EH CD; channels averaged]
    Sources: "Hendrix at 'The Beeb'" (HATB) / "BBC Sessions" (EH CD & LP) / "The Peel Sessions" EP / "Calling Long Distance ..." (UniVibes CD) / "Live Experience 1967-68" (Bootleg LP, 1970, matrix JHBL, ftbfs: B001)
    notes (information mainly based on the set's release notes):
    - General notes: This set collects all the material from the five BBC radio sessions for which material exists. It might seem pointless with the official release of "BBC Sessions", but there were some drawbacks to that release. The 3 major areas that were perceived as weaknesses were: 1) some tracks and other various bits and pieces were omitted from the official release, 2) many of the tracks were presented in simulated stereo rather than true mono, or with added effects such as reverb, and 3) track ordering was not by session. Recording order of each session is not known for certain; A few things are known, but still the track order within each session is semi-random. Most material is not from official public releases, but from "Hendrix at the Beeb", a Westwood One radio show from Fall 1992. All material here is true mono. The "Beeb" material is all mono to start with, and in addition presents some tracks in a dry mix that the official releases have with reverb. It's not entirely clear whether all the reverb is a late addition; some of the 28.03.67 tracks, which survive from BBC transcription LP, also have reverb. Unfortunately some things weren't on the "Beeb" discs: alternate takes and parts of interviews. These were taken from other sources as shown in the track list. EH material was taken from LP except in cases where clipping wasn't present, and channels were averaged to restore mono. Since the fake stereo was done by applying different EQ to each channel, averaging was a legitimate way to restore the mono. Overall EQ may still be somewhat affected, but not much by the sound of it.
    - Comments on individual tracks: The voiceover and first chords of "Purple Haze" (6) were missing on the Beeb disc, so these were patched from the EH release. Material from 28.03.67 survives only in the form of a BBC transcription LP, and is very trebly, at times harsh. Two of these tracks were treated with some mild EQ of the higher frequencies to remove some of this harshness. The Stevie Wonder jam ("I Was Made To Love Her / Ain't Too Proud To Beg") was nearly complete on the Beeb disc, but some narration was inserted between the two parts of that jam, in the process losing a few seconds of silence and faint chat. This portion was edited in from the EH release. The first sentence by Brian Matthews in the 06.10.67 interview was missing on the Beeb disc, this was patched from a tape source. One track was taken from a poor-quality source: The complete take of "Drivin' South" (1) from 06.10.67. This has been on many bootleg LPs from the earliest days, and those are still the primary source for this track. This appears to have been taped with a mic from radio, so quality is pretty poor. Repressings of the track are inferior in sound quality; The original appearance on the UK bootleg "Live Experience 1967-68" (ftbfs: B001) from 1970 is the best. Despite the better sound quality, pressing quality of the original issue is poor; A handful of copies were transferred, some of which were visually mint, and there was still a lot of noise. This was cleaned as well as possible, but there's still some crackle left. The Tony Hall interview was most complete on the UniVibes CD, but a nearly 1-minute portion in the middle was missing. This was present on the Beeb CD so that part was patched from that source, with a little EQ so that it would match the rest of the interview. The riffing before "Day Tripper" (3) was partially present on the EH release. The start of it was patched from a tape source, again with some EQ to match the sound.
    - The BBC Playhouse Theatre, London 06.10.67 interview was actually conducted by Tommy Vance, but the interviewer on this recording is Brian Matthews. The reason for this oddity is as follows: The original transcription discs/tapes with Tommy Vance and John Peels contributions to the "Top Gear" shows have apparently been lost, all the chat on these shows are later overdubs by Brian Matthews for his Swedish (English language) "Top Of The Pops" RADIO show - NOT the famous British TV show. Seeing the source for the recording featured here is the Swedish show, the featured voice is of course Brian Matthews' later overdub instead of Tommy Vance's original. The same goes for the spoken intro to "Little Miss Lover" (4). (Thanks to Renwick for sending me a mail to clarify this.)
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  • Ottawa 1968 (For Trade Only FTO 010 / 21.02.2007 / 1CDR)
    (Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd Show [Sbd Source]; 61:21) Sbd; 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Includes the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16) omitted from most bootleg-releases of this recording; 0:28.
    - This recording is 1 Gen lower than the source used for Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live in Ottawa", 2001.
    - Upgrade of ATM 059 "Storming The Capitol".
    - This disc has also incorrectly been circulated as ATM 059 Rev A "Storming The Capitol", but is in fact NOT part of the ATM-series.
    - An alternate version of this set - featuring the 3 available tracks from the 1st show - is also in circulation. Those tracks are "Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (19), "Fire" (102) and "Purple Haze" (128), and are lifted from the Dagger Records' CD
    "Paris / Ottawa 1968".
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  • Thank You! And I Just Blew Another Amp! - Fillmore East May 1968 (For Trade Only FTO 011 / 24.06.2007 / 1CDR)
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show; 62:16) Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally restored & Speed corrected *
    [* Made from 2 different 1st Gen transfers of the recording, which unfortunately both were incomplete. The Main portion is taken from the 2nd transfer, while "Hey Joe" (28) and parts of "Red House" (19) and "Purple Haze" (27) are patched from the 1st transfer. Phase corrected and pitch adjusted (The Pitch varied throughout the main source; On "Red House" (19) alone the pitch saged by about 7% from start to end of the track!)]
    Tracklist:
    "Lover Man" (9) / "Fire" (22) / "Foxy Lady" (28) / "Red House" (19) / "Hey Joe" (28) / "The Sunshine Of Your Love" (6) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (8) / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ?" (4) / "Purple Haze" (37) / "Wild Thing" (19)
    notes:
    - Upgrade of ATM 093 "Bill Graham Presentes The Jimi Hendrix Experience".
    - This version of the Fillmore East recording includes various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all pre-2007 bootleg versions of this show. It also includes 3:13 of "Wild Thing" (19), while other Collectors' Discs (incl. ATM 093 "Bill Graham Presentes The Jimi Hendrix Experience") only features 0:46 of this track, and relevant pre-2007 bootlegs fail to include the track all together.
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  • Hunter College March 1968 (For Trade Only FTO 012 / 24.06.2007 / 1CDR)
    (Hunter College, New York City, NY 02.03.68; 2nd Show; 25:24) Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected
    Tracklist: "Tax Free" (5) / "Foxy Lady" (22) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (5) / "Killing Floor" (11) / "Red House" (11)
    notes:
    - Upgrade of the Hunter portion of ATM 039 "Hunter / Hilton".
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  • Gothenburg 1 September 1970 [aka. "Gothenburg '70 - Raw Source] (For Trade Only FTO 013-014 / 2007 / 2CDR)
    (Stora Scenen, Liseberg, Gothenburg 01.09.70 [Almost Complete]) Aud; 1st Gen (except patch in "Hey Joe" (59): 2nd Gen) - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected*
    [* This version uses the same sources as ATM 162-163 "Gothenburg '70" but the ATM release has a different pitch and has been eq'd & de-noised. The raw 1st gen tape was in (two channel) mono but had loud crackling in one of the channels thus instead of using the tape as-is digital mono was made out of the better channel. The 1st gen tape has a cut in "Hey Joe" (59) that isn't present on the master, and a 2nd gen copy of the same master was used to patch the cut. This composite uses that digital mono version of the 1st gen tape with new pitch correction and the patch from a 2nd gen tape in "Hey Joe" (59). No de-noise and no eq applied (except for some eq adjustment in the 2nd gen patch).]
    notes:
    - Source walkthrough: "Spanish Castle Magic" (49), {cut}, "Killing Floor" (18), {cut}, "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (51), {cut}, "Message To Love" (43) {cut at 6:45, on master}, "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (11) {cut at 1:25, on master}, "In From The Storm" (8), {cut}, "Hey Joe" (59) {cut at 0:28-0:55 patched with 2nd Gen tape}, {cut}, "Foxy Lady" (96), {cut}, "Red House" (78) {start cut, cut at 5:54, both on master}, {cut}, "Room Full Of Mirrors" (21) {start cut, on master}, {cut}, "Straight Ahead" (7) {drop-outs at 0:37-0:38, on all circulating versions so presumably on master?}, "Purple Haze" (104) {cut at 2:54-2:57, on master?}, "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (85) {cuts at 11.07 and 11:11, taper rewinded the tape and recorded 2 bits of audience noise over the end of the track}.
    - More Complete version of this Show than other Circulating versions, including the versions available on "The Warm Hello of the Sun" (ftbfs: 494) and "Jimi's Last Visit to Sweden Vol.2" (ftbfs: B494).
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  • Boston Garden, Boston, MA 27.06.70 - 3rd Source (For Trade Only FTO 015 / xx.08.2007 / 1CDR)
    (Boston Garden, Boston, MA 27.06.70 [Complete*; 3rd Source]; 60:06 ) Aud; Master [Master Cassette > CDR] - Phase offset corrected
    [* Cut after "Fire" (73 ) because of tape flip. No music is missing.]
    notes:
    - Taped from quite some distance from the stage, so the recording is a little distant sounding and probably the poorest of the 3 available sources from this concert.
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  • Fieldhouse, Regis College, Denver, CO 14.02.68 (For Trade Only FTO 016 / xx.04.2008 / 1CDR)
    (Fieldhouse, Regis College, Denver, CO 14.02.68; 39:58) Aud; Master - Cleaned & speed-corrected
    Tracklist: "Tax Free" (21); 6:07 / "Fire" (100); 3:09 / "The Wind Cries Mary" (24); 3:53 / "Foxy Lady" (114); 3:54 / "Spanish Castle Magic" (63); 3:39 / "I Don't Live Today" (48); 4:16 / "Purple Haze" (125); 8:06 / Band introduction; 0:35 / "Wild Thing" (32); 6:25
    notes:
    - Notable drop in level with tape problems at 0:27-0:36 in "Fire" (100). Nearly all introductions, tune-ups and chat between songs are missing (cut). The End of "Foxy Lady" (114) is slightly cut, and so are the beginnings of "The Wind Cries Mary" (24), "Spanish Castle Magic" (63) and "I Don't Love Today" (48).
    - The first version of this set to come into general circulation was distributed through www.crosstowntorrents.org april 2008. It was widely circulated, but was unfortunately sourced from a flawed disc, and suffered from index errors. The "correct" version is flawless and has no such errors.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 86, p.17-18 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 - Low Gen Composite (For Trade Only FTO 017 / xx.07.2008 / 1CDR)
    (Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67; 45:41) Aud; Low Gen (2 Source composite*) - Digitally Restored, Phase & speed-corrected (+5%)
    [* A complete continous version of the Flamingo tape does not seem to circulate. Most existing copies of this tape have the end of the tape missing with the very end of "Wild Thing" (2) cut or with "Wild Thing" (2) complete but the MC's end announcement missing. All circulating copies also seem to be cut just before "Catfish Blues" (3) , fortunately different dubs either have overlap or have the cut at a different points so it's possible to patch it. Some people will no doubt find that the source circulating as "2nd gen" sounds better. That version however has been heavily eq'd, is in digital mono and runs at a different speed. The main source used for this composite would seem to be a an unaltered raw low gen version so it will sound quite different to what many people are used to listen to. The aim was to present the original master as complete as possible and as close to the way it originally sounded as possible.
    Source info: Composite of two sources, phase & pitch corrected (by +5%). A raw low gen source was used as the main source. A cut before "Catfish Blues" (3) was patched from a heavily eq'd 2nd gen source, the eq was reversed but since the 2nd gen tape was digital mono there is a change in the hiss (from stereo to mono) in the patched section. Some clicks not on the master were removed and drop-outs fixed (as well as possible) at 0.39 in "Rock Me Baby" (1) , 2.24 in "Hey Joe (9) " and 6.40 in "Wild Thing" (2). At least the first two drop-outs were not on the original master as they are in stereo which is why it was possible to improve them by patching one channel with the other. Ultimately this composite is a compromise for the time being, somewhere there must be a straight low gen transfer of the complete uncut mono master or perhaps the master itself will pop up one day.
    Source 1: Master (reel?) > ? > cdr > cdr > wav; Raw low gen source. The MC's speech after "Wild Thing" (2) is complete. The cut before "Catfish Blues" (3) takes place before Jimi mentions Muddy Waters, several seconds are missing. Phase & pitch corrected (by +5%)
    Source 2: Master (reel?) > 2nd gen; Heavily eq'd digital mono 2nd gen source. This source was used to patch the cut before "Catfish Blues" (3). The MC's speech after "Wild Thing" (2) is missing. The cut before "Catfish Blues" (3) takes place after Jimi mentions Muddy Waters. There's a short repeat section on the tape at this point so there's actually no audio lost. (Info: Straight quote from the release notes)]
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.crosstowntorrents.org july 2008.
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  • Eric Burdon & War featuring Jimi Hendrix: Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16 Sept 1970 - The Complete Recording (For Trade Only FTO 018-019 / 13.10.2008 / 2CDR)
    (Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70; 33:05 / 59:22) Aud (Bill Baker); Master Cassette > wma > wav > CDR - Digitally Restored
    Disc 1: 1st Set: "Gun"; 3:01 / "Paint It Black medley"; 15:30 / "Spill The Wine"; 8:22 / "Mystery Train"; 6:13
    Disc 2: 2nd Set: "Gun"; 7:40 / "Paint It Black medley"; 15:37 / "Blues For Memphis Slim" (incl."Mother Earth") (with Jimi Hendrix); 20:31 / "Tobacco Road" (with Jimi Hendrix); 15:37
    [Quote from the Release notes: "This is the complete existing recording of Eric Burdon & War's concert at Ronnie Scott's Club in London september 16th, 1970. The Show consisted of 2 sets. The Taper however unfortunately only had a C-90 cassette, so he flipped the cassette over, and recorded the last part of the concert over the first, thereby forever losing the start of the recording. Although lossy, as it's sourced from a wma-transfer of the master tape, this version of the recording is still vastly superior to other currently circulating versions. It's also considerably longer, and includes notably more music. The Old version clocked in at a little under 42 minutes. Here's that - plus an additional 50+ minutes (!). As for the 2 tracks that feature Hendrix, "Blues For Memphis Slim" (incl."Mother Earth") is now 8 minutes longer than before, and "Tobacco Road" is more than 9 minutes longer."]
    notes:
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    Lossless upgrade is available.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 87, p.9-16 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • The Blue Thumb Acetate (For Trade Only FTO 020 / 07.08.2009 / 1CDR)
    ("Live And Let Live" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 30.09.69 / Session with Stephen Stills, Island Studios, London 15.03.70 / Session with Love, Olympic Studios, London 17.03.70; 52:56)
    Tracklist: Session with Love, Olympic Studios, London 17.03.70: "The Everlasting Fist" (2) [Take 16]; 2:28 / "Ezy Rider" (44) [Take 1]; 1:09 / "Ezy Rider" (45) [Take 2]; 1:35 / JS37 [aka. "Loon"]; 10:13 / "The Everlasting Fist" (1) [Official LP mix]; 3:07 / Sessions with Stephen Stills, Island Studios, London 15.03.70: "Old Times Good Times" ( ) [Official LP mix]; 3:41 / "Live And Let Live" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 30.09.69: "Jam 1"; 4:37 / "Jam 2"; 5:32 " / "Jam 3"; 8:04 / "Woodstock" (1) [Instrumental rehearsal]; 3:42 / "Woodstock" (2) [vocal rehearsal]; 2:53 / "Woodstock" (3) [Take 1]; 5:26
    Source info:
    - Session with Love, Olympic Studios, London 17.03.70 (except "The Everlasting First" (1)): Transferred from acetate sold on e-bay july 2009; De-clicked. Previously uncirculated.
    - "The Everlasting First" (1): Officially released on Love's album "False Start", 1970; Taken from the box set "The Love Story" (Rhino Records).
    - "Old Times Good Times": Officially released on Stephen Stills' album "Stephen Stills", 1970; Taken from the Crosby, Stills & Nash box set.
    - Record Plant, New York City, NY 30.09.69 (aka. The Stephen Stills Woodstock Jam Tape): Previously uncirculated upgrade.
    Personnel:
    - Session with Love, Olympic Studios, London 17.03.70: Arthur Lee: vocals & rhythm guitar / Gary Rowles: lead guitar / Frank Fayad: bass / George Suranovich: drums / Jimi Hendrix: guitar / Remi Kabaka: percussion, drums* / Abdul Lasisi Amao?: percussion
    [* There's some conflicting info regarding who played drums on which of these tracks; According to Gary Rowles, George Suranovich played drums on all tracks except "Loon", but according to Remi Kabaka, Suranovich only played drums on the 2 takes of "Ezy Rider", while he himself played drums on the other tracks, including the officially released version of "The Everlasting First".]
    - "Old Times Good Times": Stephen Stills: organ & vocals / Calvin "Fuzzy" Samuels: bass / Conrad Isidore: drums / Jeff Whittaker: congas / Jimi Hendrix: guitar
    - "Live And Let Live" Sessions; Tracks 7-9: Buddy Miles: drums / Duane Hitchings: organ (mixed out) / John B.Sebastian?: guitar / Jimi Hendrix?: bass (track 9) / Stephen Stills: guitar
    - "Live And Let Live" Sessions; Tracks 10-12: Buddy Miles: drums / Jimi Hendrix: bass / Stephen Stills: vocals & orga
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 89, p.4-8 for a comprehensive review of the Blue Thumb acetate.

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  • Dallas 20.04.69 - Composite Master (For Trade Only FTO 021 / 24.08.2009 / 1CDR)
    (Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX 20.04.69; 56:47) Aud; No Gen info (Possibly Low Gen but at least 2 generations removed from the master) (2 Source Composite*)
    [* Prepared from two different copies of ... [the same] ... tape. All copies in circulation seem to be incomplete, some copies only run for 46 minutes, others are almost complete at 55 minutes but they all have bits missing that other copies do have and most are high generation dubs with hiss, buzzing & crackle. Most copies have the end of "Purple Haze" (72) cut. "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (51) fades out on the master but only after circa 9 minutes, many copies have the end of the track truncated. Almost all copies have some or all of the tune-up preceding "Stone Free" (17) cut. ... Both [copies used for this composite] are still hissy and some generations removed from the master but both sounded better than anything else in general circulation at the moment. This composite would now seem to include the complete recording, all cuts in the music were on all copies checked and thus seem to be on the master tape. (Info: Slightly edited quote of the release notes)]
    Composite walkthrough (// indicates a cut in the tape, the spots where the main source was patched with the 2nd source are also noted): (Short missing bit of tune-up patched) // "Stone Free" (17) (fades in) // "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (22) (start slightly cut) // "Foxy Lady" (63) (start slightly cut) // "I Don't Live Today" (34) (start slightly cut) // "Fire" (57) (start cut, tape speed-up at 0.03, some slight tape damage / wobble - not on master?) // (end of "Fire" (57) and start of "Red House" (49) patched) "Red House" (49) (start cut) (cut at 2.41, tape speed-up at 6.37) // (tape flip on main source patched) "Star Spangled Banner" (21) (start slightly cut) > "Purple Haze" (70) (end garbled) // "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (51) (start slightly cut, end fades out, very likely on the master as no other copy seems to run longer)

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MATERIAL FROM THE ATTIC

All recordings from The Attic are taken from the lowest generation masters available, and they're all straight transfers unless otherwise indicated.
The Material from The Attic used to be distributed as Tape-trees in the mid-1990s, then as Mini Discs and CDRs in the late 1990's, and since 2004 the main channel for it's distribution has been bit-torrent download sites like Sharing The Groove (STG), Easytree and Dimeadozen (www.dimeadozen.org) (some of these sites have been shut down while others are still active). Material from The Attic was also the origin and / or basis for many of the early discs in the ATM series.
The utilised "catalogue numbers" are made up for reference purposes by the author of this web-site, and have nothing to do with the discs as such.
"(TFT)" indicates recordings transferred to CDRs from my private pre-"digital age" tape-collection.

For Concert setlists: Please refer to Just ask the Axis or Plug Your Ears

Please note that I do not condone commercial exploitation of the music of Jimi Hendrix (or any other artist). If it comes to my attention that any material recieved from me through trade is being sold or attempted sold for profit to third parties, I will immediately break all contact with the trader responsible. I will also ignore to fulfill any ongoing trades with this person, and I will furthermore see as my duty to do whatever I can to stop his or her commercial activity.

  • Denmark '70 (Rainy Day Discs CD-R 006/007 / - / 2CDR)
    (KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [Complete; 1st Source aka. "Old Source"] plus Veijlby Risskov Hallen, Aarhus 02.09.70 [Complete]) Copenhagen: Aud; 1st Gen ? / Aarhus: Aud; Low Gen
    notes:
    - The Aarhus 02.09.70 show was aborted after 3 songs had been played; "Freedom" (25), "Message To Love" (44) & "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (12).
    - The Original Source tape suffers from a multitude of pitch problems, all of which are present on this set as well.
    - Digitally restored & Speed corrected version av the Copenhagen "Old Source" is available.
    - Upgrades of all 6 circulating Copenhagen 03.09.70 sources - including this one - are available.
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  • The Electric Church (Collectors' Disc / 1997 / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; Soundcheck / 86 min) 2nd & 3rd Gen ?
    Disc 1: "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window" (5) / Star Spangled Banner" (47) / "Electric Church Jam" (JS32) (i) / "Calling All Devil's Children" (9) / "Freedom (29) Jam" / "Ezy Rider (12) Jam" > Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) [aka. "Captain Coconut" (Composite)]
    Disc 2: "Message From Nine To The Universe" (1) > "Machine Gun" (2) / "Midnight Lightning" (2)
    - From Hey-Joe Tape Tree 1997, possibly with a MiniDisc in the lineage before final transfer to CDR.
    - Alternate version of this set is available.
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  • Woodstock Rehearsals - Alternate version (Collectors' Disc <Jon's Attic> / 1998 / 2CDR) (TFT)
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus Outtakes 1969) Low Gen
    Disc 1: "Easy Blues" (1) / "Sundance" (2) / "Message To Love" (3) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (13) / "Lover Man" (21-22) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (33) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (39) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (5) / "Jam in E" (JA1) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (6) > "If 6 Was 9" (3) / "Izabella" (18, 15, 17) / "Message To Love" (21)
    notes:
    - Alternate version of ATM 003 "The Woodstock Rehearsals"; Replaces some material from the ATM-version ["Izabella / Machine Gun Jam" (JA6) / "Univibe Jam" (JA7) / "Message To Love" (48) / "Mannish Boy (46-47) / "Izabella" (19) / "You Make Me Feel" (1)] with a larger portion of material not included on the ATM-version ["Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (5) / "Jam in E" (JA1) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (6) > "If 6 Was 9" (3) / "Izabella" (18, 15, 17) / "Message To Love" (21)].
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  • Kiss the Sunshine (Jon's Attic / - / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1967-70 incl "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (4) Mixing Session 1967, Acetates 1967 & "Cry Of Love" Low Vocal Mixes 1968-70; Details remain to be sorted out) 1st, 2nd & Low Gen [Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen Cassettes > DAT > CDR]
    Disc 1: "Jam Thing" / "Ezy Rider" (10) / "Ezy Rider" (34) / "Drifting" (10) / "Straight Ahead" (9) / "Freedom" (9) / "Night Bird Flying" (4) / "My Friend" (3) / "Straight Ahead" ( ) / "Astro Man" (9) / "Night Bird Flying" ( ) / "Gypsy Boy" ( ) / "Little One" (1) / "Dream" (1) / "Dance" (1) / "My Friend" ( ) / "Night Bird Flying" ( ) / "Untiteled Basic Track" (JS2) [listed as "Nervous Breakdown"]
    Disc 2: "Seven Dollars In My Pocket" ( ) / "Young / Hendrix" ( ) / "Crosstown Traffic" ( ) / "Midnight Lightning" ( ) / "Stone Free Again" ( ) / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (4) Mixing Session

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  • (Slight Return) (Jon's Attic / - / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1966-70) 1st, 2nd & Low Gen [Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen Cassettes > DAT > CDR]
    Disc 1: "At Last... The Beginning" ( ) / "Little Miss Strange" (1) / "Somewhere" (1) / "My Friend" (1) / "1983... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (1) / "Rainy Day Shuffle" ( ) / "Come On" VII - IX ( ) / Jam With Piano And Trumpet #1 (JS25) / Jam With Piano And Trumpet #2 (JS25) / "Bleeding Heart" (instrumental) ( ) / "Driving South" (4) > "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band" (1) / "Bleeding Heart Jam" aka "Heavy Jam" (JS1) / "Catfish Jam" ( ) / "Cat Talking To Me" (1) / "Drifters Escape" (vocals) ( )
    Disc 2: "Hey Joe" ( ) / "Mr Bad Luck" ( ) / "Rock & Roll Jam" ( ) / "Ezy Rider" (instrumental) ( ) / "World Traveller" ( ) / "Little One" (1) / "Little One" (2) / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (3) / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (2) / "Jazz Jimi Jazz" (1) / "South Saturn Delta" ( ) / "She's So Fine" ( ) / "Night Bird Flying" (6)
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  • Drinking Wine, Sipping Time - Alternate version (Collectors' Disc <Jon's Attic> / 2002 / 1CDR)
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus Outtakes 1968) Low Gen
    Tracklist: Track 1: JS1 / Track 2: JS2 / Track 3: "Flute Jam" (from JA3 / JA4 / JA5 "leakage channel") / Tracks 4-9: JA3 > JA4 > JA5 / Track 10:: JA3 > Jams > "Villanova Junction" (JA4-JA5) ("Flute Jam" mixed out)
    notes:
    - Alternate version of ATM 044 "Drinking Wine, Sipping Time"; Here "Key To The Highway" and "Stepping Stone" (16i) are replaced by JS1 and JS2.
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  • Experience In Germany 1967 (Jon's Attic @ STG 001 / 29.02.2004 / 1CDR)
    ("Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 [Complete; Broadcast & Outtakes] / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman] / Hotel Intercontinental, Frankfurt 17.05.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Hans Carl Schmidt for German Radio) / "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67) 02.03.67: Sbd; 1st Gen [Off-air VCR master > Cassette >CDR] / 18.03.67: Sbd; 3rd Gen [Master reels > Cassette x3 >CDR] / 17.05.67 (Interview): No Gen info / 18.05.67: Sbd; 1st Gen [Off-air VCR master > Cassette >CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes (Jon's Attic): Although recorded at the Marquee Club,Wardour Street in London on 2nd March 1967, the first four tracks on this disc were for a broadcast on the German TV programme "Beatclub" and therefore merit inclusion here. The actual first broadcast date of the show was 11th March 1967 and the band were introduced by DJ Dave Lee Travis. The following tracks are a complete radio broadcast on German radio NDR for the programme "Twenclub". It was a live broadcast on 18th March 1967 and starts with an interview with Jimi and Noel conducted by Jochen Rathmann. The "Twenclub" recording is one of the earliest complete Experience shows in existence. The 17th May interview with the band was recorded at the Hotel Intercontinental, Frankfurt in West Germany and was conducted by Hans Carl Schmidt. This is the complete interview in wonderful quality. The final tracks are from the only known German video footage of the band from that year. Recorded at Stadthalle, Offenbach, West Germany on the 18th May 1967 they were first broadcast on "Beat, Beat, Beat !" Hessischer Rundfunk, German TV on 29th May 1967 and have been rebroadcast on more than one occasion since then.]
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  • University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 8th May 1970; 2nd Show - Master (Jon's Attic @ STG 002 / 03.03.2004 / 1CDR)
    (The Fieldhouse, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 08.05.70; 2nd Show [Almost Complete]; 65:06) Master [Master > DAT > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes / Jon's Attic: This has to be one of the best audience recordings from Jim's 1970 American tour but sadly it probably will never see the light of day as a Dagger release although in my humble opinion it should be strong candidate. A cracker of a concert from start to finish, it has spell binding versions of "Red House" (64) and "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (41). The version of "Machine Gun" (17) here is an absolute killer. The more familiar version on the "Band of Gypsys" album was just a rehearsal for this. There are a couple of dropouts at the start of the show. These could be fixed but this is the raw, unedited source straight from the master reel.]
    notes:
    - Refer to ATM 192 "Norman, Is that you Norman ?" for a Remastered and modified version of this source.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 47, p.30-32 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • The Blues Project Outtakes (Jon's Attic @ STG 003 / 04.03.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70 [Tracks prepared and / or conisdered for the CD ":Blues"]) 1st Gen [Master Reels > Cassette > DAT > CDR]
    Tracklist: "New Rising Sun" (2); 8:26 [Same as on "The Capricorn Tape"] / Country Blues" (2) > "Astro Man" (5i); 8:37 [A little more complete at the end than the other versions of mix (2), this goes into the first few seconds of "Astro Man" (5) before ending. Same as on ":Raw Blues"] / "Hear My Train A Comin'" (52); 8:07 [Same as on "The Capricorn Tape" and ":Raw Blues"] / "Belly Button Window" (6); 2:25 [Complete alternate take. Same as on "The Capricorn Tape" and ":Raw Blues"] / "Things I Used To Do" (8); 5:45 [Longer than the alternate edited versions (5) on "Live & Unreleased - The Radio Show" and (7) on "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story", but still incomplete. Same as on ":Raw Blues"] / "Villanova Junction" (17) Jam; 27:34 [The longest available version of this jam. Same as on ":Raw Blues"] / "Three Little Bears" (4) > "South Saturn Delta" (4) > Jam; 12:44
    [Quote from the Release notes: 1994 saw the release of the Alan Douglas produced ":Blues" album. This was seen as one of his better efforts during his time managing Jimi's music. A cassette containing three outtakes was sent to a couple of high profile collectors shortly after. This tape contained "Villanova Junction" (14), "Hear My train A-Comin'" (52) and "Belly Button Window" (5). For a while this tape was in very limited circulation amongst a few hard core collectors. Later the tracks saw the first light of day on the bootleg "500.000 Halos" (ftbfs: B564) which was named after line in a poem written by Jimi post Woodstock. However there were more outtakes than those three and more has leaked out over the years (albeit in limited circulation). I am slightly dubious about the generation of this material but it is nevertheless of extremely high quality. There is a certain amount of tape hiss present here and there but that could just be from the transfer to cassette. The cassette I originally received with the three tracks exhibited slight hiss as well. The tracks on this disc are taken from a set of 11 CDRs titled "The Blues Project Outtakes".]

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  • The Swedish Shows Vol.1 (Jon's Attic @ STG 004 / 2004 / 1CDR)
    (Jimi's Apartment, London 10.04.67 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 med Amerikalisten") / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 [1st Source] / Radiohuset, Stockholm 25.05.67 (Interview by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 [2nd Source (Short Source)]; 62:40) "Popside" 24.05.67: Sbd; 1st Gen [Off-air VCR master > Cassette > CDR] / Stora Scenen 24.05.67, 1st Source: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master Cassette > Reel > Reel > DAT > CDR] / Stora Scenen 24.05.67, 2nd Source: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master Cassette > Cassette x2 > CDR] / Interviews: Very Low Gen
    [Quote from the Release notes: Please note that the original cassette recording for the 1st source 24th May 1967, Stora Scenen, Grona Lund, Tivoli Garden, Stockholm was transferred by the taper to reel to reel. There was then a subsequent transfer so the all copies originating from it should be considered 2nd generation. There are no master copies. Note also that the 2nd source for this show is inferior in every way but has been included here to complete the set.]
    notes:
    - All recordings featured in "The Swedish Shows" series are from the lowest generation masters available.
    - The 10.04.67 interview (date is approximate) was formerly believed to have been recorded at Radiohuset, Stockholm march-april 1967.
    - Digitally Restored version of Stora Scenen 24.05.67, 1st Source is available.
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  • The Swedish Shows Vol.2 (Jon's Attic @ STG 005 / 2004 / 1CDR)
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 [1st Source] / Stockholm 11.09.67 (Interview by Leif Anderson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67; 61:20) Stora Scenen 04.09.67, 1st Source: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master cassette > Reel > Reel > DAT > CDR] / "Tonarskväll" 05.09.67: Sbd; 1st Gen [Master Reel > Cassette > DAT > CDR] / Interview: Very Low Gen
    [Quote from the Release notes: Please note that the original cassette recording for the 1st source 4th Sept 1967, Stora Scenen, Grona Lund, Tivoli Garden, Stockholm was transferred by the taper to reel to reel. There was then a subsequent transfer so the all copies originating from it should be considered 2nd generation. There are no master copies.]
    notes:
    - All recordings featured in "The Swedish Shows" series are from the lowest generation masters available.
    - Digitally Restored version of Stora Scenen 04.09.67, 1st Source is available.
    - The featured version of the 05.09.67 recording is the same that's available separately on Klipped Records KRJH 0967 "Radiohuset, Stockholm 5 sept.1967".
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  • The Swedish Shows Vol.3 (Jon's Attic @ STG 006 / 2004 / 1CDR)
    (Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 [2nd Source (Short Source)]; 63:33) Dans-In 04.09.67: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master Cassette > Reel > Reel > DAT > CDR] / Stora Scenen 04.09.67, 2nd Source: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master Cassette > Cassette x2 > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: Please note that the original cassette recording for the 1st source 4th Sept 1967: Stora Scenen, Grona Lund, Tivoli Garden, Stockholm, was transferred by the taper to reel to reel. There was then a subsequent transfer so the all copies originating from it should be considered 2nd generation. There are no master copies. Note also that the 2nd source for 4th Sept 1967: Stora Scenen, Grona Lund, Tivoli Garden, Stockholm is inferior in every way to the 1st (see disc 2 of the series) but has been included here to complete the set.]
    notes:
    - All recordings featured in "The Swedish Shows" series are from the lowest generation masters available.
    - Digitally Restored version of Dans-In 04.09.67 is available.
    - A later released supplement disc to Vol.3 in this series features a Master copy of the recording from Stora Salen, Akademiske Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67; 1st Show.
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  • The Swedish Shows Vol.4 (Jon's Attic @ STG 007 / 2004 / 1CDR)
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 [1st Source] / Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 [2nd Source]; 63:48) Stora Scenen 11.09.67, 1st Source: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master Cassette > Reel > Reel > DAT > CDR] / Stora Scenen 11.09.67, 2nd Source: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master Cassette > Cassette x2 > CDR] / Interview: Very Low Gen
    [Quote from the Release notes: Please note that the original cassette recording for the 1st source 11th Sept 1967: Stora Scenen, Grona Lund, Tivoli Garden, Stockholm, was transferred by the taper to reel to reel. There was then a subsequent transfer so the all copies originating from it should be considered 2nd generation. There are no master copies. Note also that the 2nd source for 11th Sept 1967: Stora Scenen, Grona Lund, Tivoli Garden, Stockholm is inferior in every way to the 1st (see disc 2 of the series) but has been included here to complete the set.]
    notes:
    - All recordings featured in "The Swedish Shows" series are from the lowest generation masters available.
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  • The Swedish Shows Vol.5 (Jon's Attic @ STG 008 / 2004 / 1CDR)
    (Radiohuset, Stockholm 08.01.68 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 68 Special") / Konserthuset, Stockholm 08.01.68; 1st Show / Radiohuset, Stockholm 09.01.69 (Interview by Lennart Wretlind for Swedish Radio "Pop 69 Special"); 63:03) Konserthuset 08.01.68: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master Cassette > Reel > Reel > DAT > CDR] / Interviews: Very Low Gen
    [Quote from the Release notes: Pease note that the original cassette recording for this show was transferred by the taper to reel to reel. There was then a subsequent transfer so the all copies originating from it should be considered 2nd generation. There are no master copies. Note also that the show [Konserthuset 08.01.68] is marred by lots of microphone clicks early on. The afflicted tracks are "EXP" (4), "Up From The Skies" (5) and "Spanish Castle Magic" (7). Most of the noise was generated by recorder equipment / mic malfunctions and also the taper adjusting the gear. Some of the sharp rapid pops resemble digital faults but they are not. They probably could be safely removed without affecting surrounding material.]
    notes:
    - All recordings featured in "The Swedish Shows" series are from the lowest generation masters available.
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  • The Swedish Shows Vol.6-7: Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 9th January 1969 (Jon's Attic @ STG 009-010 / 2004 / 2CDR)
    (Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm 09.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete]; 59:11 / 68:29) Sbd; Master [Master Reels > DAT > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: These two shows have been very well documented and they also fall in to the category of having been bootlegged to death. Probably the best of all the bootleg versions is the double Swinging Pig release "On the Killing Floor" (ftbfs: B332) which is now very hard to locate. The versions of the shows here are from the master reels and provide the best sound quality available.]
    notes:
    - All recordings featured in "The Swedish Shows" series are from the lowest generation masters available.
    - This set is identical to Klipped Records KRJH 0169 "Konserthuset, Stockholm 9 jan.1969".
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 40, p.8-16 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17th Jan.1969; 2nd Show - Master (Jon's Attic @ STG 011 / 11.03.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17.01.69; 2nd Show [1st Source] plus "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 ["Stone Free" (8) / "Hey Joe" (14)]; 74:15) Frankfurt: Aud; 2nd Gen * / Offenbach: Sbd; 1st Gen from TV Broadcast [TV > cassette > DAT > CDR]
    [* Although initially believed to be a Master Clone [Master > DAT > CDR], new information shows that the Frankfurt recording is actually 2nd Gen with the following lineage: Master (4-track reel) > Reel (2-track) > Reel (one track of a 4-track reel) > DAT > CDR. This is however still the best available version of this recording, and possibly also the best surviving master.]
    [Quote from the Release notes: The European tour by The Experience in January of 1969 yielded some ten audience recordings. The best among them being the 10th Jan - Copenhagen, 13th Jan - Cologne, 23rd Jan - Berlin and this one. None of the German recordings (with the exception of Cologne) are what could be described as top range but they all do capture something of the magic of the band in concert. Although not mentioned here the 2nd show from Vienna 22nd Jan is worth seeking out, not because of it's quality but because of the few minutes of solo guitar at the start of "Are You Experienced" (15), a few minutes that prove the virtuosity of the man with the guitar.]
    notes:
    - The Frankfurt recording has no index mark between "Hey Joe" (46) and "Purple Haze" (64).
    - The Frankfurt recording includes the incomplete "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (44) omitted from "Burning at Frankfurt" (ftbfs: B498).
    - This disc is also available in tandem with JA 012 "Sporthalle, Cologne 13th Jan.1969 - 2nd Source Master" as JA 064-065 "Germany 1969".
    - This set makes up the 1st half of the 2CD bootleg "Come On And Get Live" (ftbfs: B787).
    - This disc suffers from minor index mark clicks, but these were on the original torrented version of the disc as well, and have not been introduced during later copy stages. A Clean version - with an additional track ("Purple Haze" (11)) from Offenbach 18.05.67 - is available.
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  • Sporthalle, Cologne 13th Jan.1969 - 2nd Source Master (Jon's Attic @ STG 012 / 13.03.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 [2nd Source]; 54:56) Aud; Master [Master > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: This is the 2nd source for this show. There has been another source for this show circulating in poorer quality for a number of years now and you will often find it wrongly listed as being from the Jan 19th show at the Liederhalle, Stuttgart.]
    notes:
    - Refer to ATM 179 "Cologne 13.01.69 - 2nd Source" for a Speed corrected and modified version of this source.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 45, p.3-4 (online version available here) and Jimpress issue 75, p.17-18 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
    - This disc is also available in tandem with JA 011 "Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17th Jan.1969 (2nd show) - Master" as JA 064-065 "Germany 1969".
    - This set makes up the 2nd half of the 2CD bootleg "Come On And Get Live" (ftbfs: B787).
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  • The Voodoo Chile Sessions (Jon's Attic @ STG 013 / 22.03.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes, Record Plant, New York City, NY 02.05.68 & 03.05.68; "Voodoo Chile"- and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (1-3, 5-16, 18-21) Sessions; 72:34) 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > DAT > CDR] *
    [* Although this lineage most likely is correct there may be two cassette copies in there, in which case this is 2nd Gen.]
    notes:
    - The original artwork for this set indicates there are 18 tracks on the CD but there are only 16.

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  • The KPFA Tapes (Jon's Attic @ STG 014 / 23.03.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70; 66:10) Master [Master > DAT > CDR] except "Young / Hendrix": 2nd Gen ?
    Tracklist: "Lord I Sing The Blues" (2); 10:38 / "Dancing Blues" aka "Hollywood / Duet Jam" (JS3); 9:21 / "Cherokee Mist" (1); 6:08 / "Country Blues" (1) > "Astro Man" (5); 10:43 / "Cherokee Mist" (8) > "In From The Storm" (4) > "Valleys Of Neptune" (24i); 6:30 / "Lullaby For The Summer" (2); 3:54 / "Valleys Of Neptune" (22); 3:54 / "Young / Hendrix" (1); 14:18
    [Quote from the Release notes: This is a sort of companion to the "Blues Project" tracks. These tracks were given by Alan Douglas on DAT to a certain radio station for a special on Jimi. Tracks 1-7 are from that DAT master. The Hendrix-Young Jam (probably 2nd gen) is not from the KPFA tapes but it's been added here to make up the playing time.]
    notes:
    - Features the longest circulating version of "Young / Hendrix", including tune-up.
    - The Complete KPFA Radio Special + More material from the KPFA Tapes is available on ATM 187-191 "Hendrix for Everyone".
    - More material from the KPFA tapes is also available on ATM 006 "LA Without The Words" and ATM 057-058 "The KPFA Tapes / Sound Center Studios".

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  • Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA. 14.09.1968 (Jon's Attic @ STG 015 / 27.03.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA 14.09.68 [Almost Complete]; 68:13) Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: The recording of the Hollywood Bowl show first turned up on the vinyl bootleg "Jimi Hendrix Live At The Hollywood Bowl" (ftbfs: B062) with "Foxy Lady" (100) and "Sunshine of Your Love" (8) omitted and the date of the show moved to October for good measure. The version here is the complete concert in all it's noisy glory and just three steps down from the original tape. For an audience recording it can be classed as good and is perfectly easy to listen to.]
    notes:
    - Generation upgrade is available (1st Gen) / ATM upgrade is available (1st Gen).

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  • Sothebys Auction Tapes (Jon's Attic @ STG 016 / 03.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1967-68; 60:51) Master [Master > DAT > CDR] [EQ'd to take the hiss and the high end out]
    Tracklist: "Jazz Jimi Jazz" / "Electric Ladyland" (2) / "She's So Fine" (4) / "Castles Made Of Sand" (3) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (1) / "South Saturn Delta" (1) / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)" (1) / "Wait Until Tomorrow" (2) / "Ain't No Telling" (3) / "Little One" (1) / "Little One" (2) / "One Rainy Wish" (5) / "Bold As Love" (2) / "EXP" (2) / "Up From The Skies" (3)
    [Quote from the Release notes: These tracks, also known as the Axis Outtakes, nearly never made it past Kathy Etchingham's dustbin. Luckily they were retrieved and ended up in an auction at Sotheby's in December 1981. Since then they have turned up in various guises on collectors lists and of course have been treated to the usual shabby mangling on various bootleg releases. Over the years I've had various copies of these tracks from terrible to very good. These however are the best I have ever come across and were supplied to me by a very reliable source who told me he had managed to track down and obtain a dub from the masters on DAT. Given the quality I have no reason to doubt his claim.]
    notes:
    - Also in circulation as "Ribbons of Euphoria"
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  • Rainy Day Sessions (Jon's Attic @ STG 017 / 06.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1967-69 incl."Rainy Day" Sessions & Session at Sound Center, New York City, NY 13.03.68; 69:54 ) 2nd and 3rd Gen
    Tracklist: "Driving South" (4) > "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band" (1); 5:54 / "Cat Talking To Me" (2); 2:46 / "Heavy Jam" (JS1); 4:37 / "Untiteled Basic Track" (JS2) [listed as "Nervous Breakdown"]; 3:48 / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (1); 4:25 / "Somewhere" (1); 3:48 / "Little Miss Strange" (1); 3:29 / "My Friend" (1); 4:28 / "Rainy Day Dream Away Session"; 13:31 / "Rainy Day Dream Away"; 5:34 / "Rainy Day Shuffle" > "Rainy Day Dream Away"; 10:55 / "Calling All Devil's Children"; 6:44
    notes:
    - Material compiled from "Kiss the Sunshine", "(Slight Return)" a.o.
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  • Studio Outtakes (Jon's Attic @ STG 018 / 07.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes 1969-70; 75:19) 2nd and 3rd Gen
    Tracklist: "Blue Suede Shoes"; 12:01 / "Once I Had A Woman"; 8:19 / "Ezy Ryder"; 5:09 / "Message To The Universe"; 8:45 / "Easy Blue"; 4:33 / "Bolero"; 5:47 / "Midnight"; 8:12 / "Machine Gun" # 3; 10:54 / "Lover Man"; 2:40 / "Come Down Hard On Me Baby"; 4:37 / "Straight Ahead" (piano mix); 4:02
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.1 (Jon's Attic @ STG 019 / 09.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Boston Garden, Boston, MA 16.11.68 / An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show [1st Source]; 65:47) Boston, MA 16.11.68: Aud; Master [Master > DAT > CDR] / Philharmonic Hall 28.11.68: Aud; 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > DAT > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: The Philhormonic Hall tracks have appeared on vinyl boot ["Live at the Philharmonic Hall" (Sagitarius SAGIT 1 / ftbfs: B075)] and also later CD boot ["Philharmonic Plus" (ftbfs: B455) and "Have Mersy on me Baby !" [sic.] (Midnight Beat MBCD 038 / ftbfs: B496)], as presented here thy are not sourced from bootleg but from a 1st Gen tape copy from the master. The Philhormonic Hall tracks are all that exist from that particular recording. There are two other complete sources for the show but this is the best.]
    notes:
    - Refer to ATM 196-198 "Philharmonic Hall - All Sources" for the two other sources from Philharmonic Hall 28.11.68, 1st Show.
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.2 (Jon's Attic @ STG 020 / 09.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Hunter College, New York City, NY 02.03.68; 2nd Show / International Ballroom, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC 10.03.68; 1st Show; 61:45) Hunter College: Aud; 2nd Gen?* / Washington, DC: Aud; Master [Master > DAT > CDR]
    [* The Hunter College recording was formerly believed to be a Master clone, but when a 1st Gen upgrade surfaced in 2007 it became apparent that these most likely are 2nd Gen recordings.]
    notes:
    - Speed corrected version of the Hunter College recording available: ATM 039 "Hunter / Hilton".
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.3 (Jon's Attic @ STG 021 / 10.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show / Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA 08.09.68; 52:18) Bologna: Aud [3rd Source; 31 min]; 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > CDR] / Spokane: Aud; 2nd Gen *
    [* Long believed to be a Master Clone, new information (2005) shows that the Spokane recording is actually 2nd Gen (Master > Cassette > Cassette > CDR).]
    [Quote from the Release notes: The Bologna recording is one of the better ones to be found. This is the 3rd source recording for this show and unfortunately the taper missed the last two numbers. The Spokane show is quite distant but has lovely versions of "Little Wing" (9) and "Red House" (25).]
    notes:
    - Refer to ATM 164-165 "Palasport di Bologna" for the two other sources from Bologna 26.05.68, 1st Show.
    - "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" is introduced after "Little Wing" (9), but is not included on the Spokane tape.
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  • Jazz Stuff (Jon's Attic @ STG 022 / 10.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Outtakes & Jams 1969-70; 69:09) 2nd or 3rd Gen [Master reels > Cassette x2 or 3 >DAT >CDR]
    Tracklist: Record Plant, New York City, NY 14.05.69: "Fuzzy Guitar Jam" (JS18) [aka. "Young II"]; 20:20 / Record Plant, New York City, NY 11.02.69: "Duane Hitchings Jam" (JS17); 13:42 / Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY 15.06.70: "Jam Thing"; 19:03 / Hit Factory, New York City 06.09.69: "Stepping Stone" (1); 16:00
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.4 (Jon's Attic @ STG 023 / 10.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Moody Coliseum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 03.08.68 [Complete]; 64:11) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: Despite being an audience recording this one is definitely worth having as it is a very different type of show. The first number, Traffic's "Dear Mr Fantasy" (2) sets the tone for the whole show. A very laid back and bluesy version of "Rock Me Baby" (7) follows, not at all the usual fast version. This is the only time I can recall hearing it played in this fashion. "Red House" (21) as ever is superb. An unusual and unique show and our good fortune it was recorded.]
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.5 (Jon's Attic @ STG 024 / 11.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Paul Sauvé Arena, Montreal 02.04.68 [Complete] / Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 ; 66:13) Montreal 02.04.68: Aud; Master [Master > DAT > CDR] / Miami, FL 18.05.68: Sbd; Master [Master > DAT > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: The Montreal show is a high powered performance and a lovely audience recording as well given the type of equipment the band were using (no mikes on the drums and none of the benefits of a modern PA) and the primitive recording gear used by the taper. Vocals are a little low but all in all an enjoyable ride. The Miami show tracks here are direct from the master Soundboard tape and clear as the proverbial bell.]
    notes:
    - Re-seeded at Easytree 13.12.2004 as "Quebec & Miami 1968 - Masters".
    - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected version of Montreal 02.04.68 available: ATM 038 "French Kiss".
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  • Rhode Island Arena, Providence, RI 17.05.1969 (Jon's Attic @ STG 025 / 15.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI 17.05.69 [Complete]; 59:57) Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > CDR]
    notes:
    - Gen Upgrade available: ATM 145 "By Divine Providence".
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.6 (Jon's Attic @ STG 026 / 15.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show; 60:45) Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > CDR]
    Tracklist: "Lover Man" (9) / "Fire" (22) / "Foxy Lady" (28) / "Red House" (19) / "Hey Joe" (28) / "The Sunshine Of Your Love" (6) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (8) / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ?" (4) / "Purple Haze" (37) / "Wild Thing" (19i)
    [Quote from the Release notes: There are audience tapes of The Experience from 1968 and there is the one from the Fillmore. This has a superb balance of instruments and vocals and could pass for a slightly below par soundboard tape. Jimi and the band are captured in extremely good spirits and it's an excellent fun show from start to finish.]
    notes:
    - This recording includes 0:46 of the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) plus various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all pre-2007 bootleg versions of this show.
    - Gen Upgrade available: ATM 093 "Bill Graham Presentes The Jimi Hendrix Experience".
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.7 (Jon's Attic @ STG 027 / 17.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Beat Monster Konzert, Hallenstadion, Zurich 31.05.68; 53:05) Aud [1st Source]; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: This was the second night of the Beat Monster Konzert and the second show by The Experience. The audience partook in smashing up chairs and were generally a rowdy bunch not in the least part due to the overdone attentions of the local constabulary. Into this riotous atmosphere stepped The Experience to round things off. The show nearly falls apart after the first number due to members of the crowd showing their appreciation by throwing beer mats (coasters) up onto the stage. After some chiding by Jimi and the MC things settle down and a fine performance is turned in.]
    notes:
    - Gen Upgrade available: ATM 053 "Beat Monster Concert" and JPIO-II 027-028 "Electric Frankenstein".
    - 2nd & 3rd source plus Stereo effect mix (merge) tracks available on JPIO-II 027-028 "Electric Frankenstein".
    - This show was for many years erroneously identified as being from 30.05.68.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 99, p.4-22 for a comprehensive review of the existing Zurich recordings.
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.8 (Jon's Attic @ STG 028 / 18.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 04.08.68; 1st Show / Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, IA 11.08.68; 76:42) Houston: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR] / Davenport: Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > CDR]
    notes:
    - The venue for the Davenport show was for many years erroneously identified as the Colonial Ballroom.
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.9 (Jon's Attic @ STG 029 / 19.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Public Music Hall, Cleveland, OH 26.03.68; 2nd Show [Complete]; 57:15) Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: A perfectly acceptable recording with everything in balance apart from the vocals which are a little low. This was the second of two shows The Experience played that day. Photos from the concert show police on the stage kicking members of the audience as they tried to get on the stage. The audience responded at the end of the concert by shredding curtains, ripping doors off their hinges and generally wreaking havoc which was just about as bad as the carnage left after The Beatles had played there three years earlier.]
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.10: Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, NY 23rd August 1968 (Jon's Attic @ STG 030 / 19.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68 [Almost Complete*]; 56:13) Aud; Master [Master > DAT > CDR]
    [* 2 cuts during "Red House" (24)]
    [Quote from the Release notes: The Singer Bowl show goes hand in hand with the recording of the Hollywood Bowl show from September. It's a loud, raucous recording that manages to capture the feeling of the show. Starting with a stunning version of "Are You Experienced" (7) (check out the film footage to see Jimi swap guitars during the intro) the pace of the show never flags with only "Like A Rolling Stone" (7) to give the audience time to catch breath. There may be better sounding recordings but in terms of excitement and atmosphere this one has it all.]
    notes:
    - Upgrade available (Remstered & pitch-corrected): ATM 233 "Singer Bowl 1968".
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.11 (Jon's Attic @ STG 031 / 27.04.2004 / 1CDR)
    (State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX 16.02.68 [Complete]; 62:23) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR]
    notes:
    - Also in circulation in tandem with "Concerts 1968 Vol.12" as "Texas February".
    - Gen Upgrade available as part of ATM 107-108 "Way Down In Texas Land".
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  • Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue (Jon's Attic @ STG 032-033 / 2CDR)
    (Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 07.11.69 & 14.11.69 [Complete] / Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69 plus Outtakes 1969-70; 71:07 / 71:30) Disc 1: 1st Gen - Speed corrected [Master > Cassette > DAT > CDR] / Disc 2: 2nd or 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x 2 or 3 > DAT > CDR]

    Disc 1: Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 [Complete]: JS21 / JS22 / Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 07.11.69 [Complete]: JS23 (1)/ Outtakes 23.09.69: "Honeybed" (1-4) Session / Outtakes 23.01.70: "Ezy Rider "(12) Jam > Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7)
    Disc 2: Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY 18-19.12.69: "Ezy Rider" (5i) / "Message to Love" (15-16) / "Ezy Rider" (6) / "Power of Soul" (38) / "Earth Blues" (8) / "Changes" (1-2) / "Lover Man" (5-6) / "Who Knows" (1-7) / "Message to Love (17-18)
    notes:
    - Tandem of ATM 009 "Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue" and ATM 001 "The Band of Gypsys Rehearsals".
    - Disc 2 is the same as "Outtake Masters: Lonely Avenue" but without the bonus tracks "Little One" (1) & "Little One" (2).
    - Upgrade of the Baggy's Rehearsals material is available.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 75, p.37-51 for a comprehensive review of the recordings from the BOG Rehearsal Sessions. (Earlier review in "From the Benjamin Franklin Studios" 2nd edition p.208-212 (Appendix L) is somewhat dated.)
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  • The Electric Church (Jon's Attic @ STG 034-035 / 30.04.2004 / 2CDR)
    (Outtakes 1968-70 plus Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; Soundcheck; 69:00 / 68:20) 2nd & 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x 2 and 3 > CDR]
    Disc 1: "Electric Church Jam" (JS32) (i) / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window" (5) / "Message From Nine To The Universe" (1) / "Freedom (29) Jam" / "Calling All Devil's Children" (9) / "Machine Gun" (2) / "Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice" ( ) / "Further On Up The Road" ( ) / "Star Spangled Banner" (47)
    Disc 2: "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" ( ) / "Ezy Rider / Dance" (2) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (22) / "Bolero" (3) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (1) / "Things I Used To Do" (4) / "Lover Man" (2) / "Midnight Lightning" (4) / "Peace In Mississippi" (1) / "Lord I Sing The Blues For Me And You" (5) / "Lover Man" (false start) > "Dancing Blues" aka "Hollywood / Duet Jam" (JS3)
    [Quote from the Release notes: "This is the companion disc to the one called "LA Without The Words" (ATM 006). Some time after I had made up that set I decided to put it with this disc to make a 2CD set called "The Electric Church". Both of these discs I put onto MiniDisc from the CDRs so I could listen to them on the move. I actually made a couple of cassette copies which went out in trades. At the time certainly most of the material on this disc was uncirculated and therefore the inevitable happened - it got bootlegged. Those of you familiar with the "Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.1-3" (ftbfs: B621 / B622 / B623) will recognise this as being the first disc. They had taken material sourced from MiniDisc copies, added no-noise and ruined the music. Most of the tracks on those 3 CDs came from MiniDisc sourced material. Here is the music as it was meant to be... straight from the CDR master and in the original running order and without a trace of MiniDisc lineage."]
    notes:
    - Featuring material found on "Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.1-3" (ftbfs: B621 / B622 / B623) but in better quality (Lower Gen and no de-noising).
    - Disc 2 is the same as ATM 006 "LA Without The Words" / "Outtake Masters: LA Without The Words", but with one extra track: "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be" ( ).
    - "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be" ( ) - the first track on Disc 2 - is not listed on the original artwork that was distributed with this set.
    - Alternate versions of this set is available.
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.12 (Jon's Attic @ STG 036 / 30.04.2004 / 1CDR):
    (Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 17.02.68 [Almost Complete]; 53:54) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR]
    notes:
    - Also in circulation in tandem with "Concerts 1968 Vol.11" as "Texas February".
    - Gen Upgrade available as part of ATM 107-108 "Way Down In Texas Land".
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  • Villanova Junction (Jon's Attic @ STG 037-038 / 05.05.2004 / 2CDR) X
    (Outtakes 1968-70; 71:51 / 72:12) Mostly 3rd & 4th Gen [Master > Cassette mainly x3 or 4 > CDR]
    Disc 1: "All Along The Watchtower" (2) / "Calling All Devil's Children" (2) / "Country Blues" (2) / "Astro Man" (3) Jam / "Red House" (7) / "Ships Passing In The Night" / Drums / "Villanova Junction" (14) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (52) / "Belly Button Window" (5) / "Three Little Bears" (5) / "South Saturn Delta" (5) > Jam / "Stepping Stone" ( )
    Disc 2: "Freedom" (1) / "Lover Man" (7) / "Valleys Of Neptune" (23) / "Freedom" (3) / "Dolly Dagger" (2) / "Bleeding Heart" (4) / "Earth Blues" (5) / "Ezy Rider" (10) / "Izabella" (10) / "Ezy Rider" (7) / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (4) / "Backwards Guitar Experiment" / "Send My Love To Linda" (1-3) / "Ezy Rider" (12) Jam > Jam > "Cherokee Mist" (7) / JS21 / "Midnight Lightning" (1)
    notes:
    - Same as ATM 007-008 "Villanova Junction".
    - Featuring material found on "Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.1-3" (ftbfs: B621 / B622 / B623) but in better quality (no MiniDisc in lineage and no de-noising).
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  • Out in the Sun (Jon's Attic @ STG 039 / 08.05.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Drake Hotel Demos, New York City, NY apr.1968 ["South Saturn Delta" (3); 3.21 / "Three Little Bears" (6); 2.10 / "Gypsy Eyes" ( ); 2.17 / "1983 ... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)" (6) > "Gypsy Eyes" (12); 4:19] / New York City, NY early 1968 ["Our Lovely Home (Snowballs At My Window)"; 0:43 / "My Friend" (4); 7.10] / The Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Session (aka. The Dirty Tape), Jimi's hotel room, The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 18.03.68 ["All Along The Watchtower" (6); 1.16 / "Bright Lights Big City" (3); 1.49] / Jam with Mitch Mitchell, Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 01.02.70 ["Acoustic Jam" (JA17); 32:34]) Master, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Gen
    [Quote from the Release notes: A small collection of Jimi mainly playing acoustic. This ranges from studio demos to material from jam sessions. The first four tracks are not as widely circulated as the other more well known acoustic Electric Ladyland sessions [aka. The Drake Hotel Demos]. Tracks 5 and 6 are from a tape containing various tryouts of numbers and a jam session with Paul Caruso. They have never been circulated before and "Our Lovely Home" is a new and unheard number [from "The 2nd 10.000 Dollar Tape Sample"]. Luckily it can be identified from the lyrics Jimi wrote. Tracks 7 and 8 come from a circulating tape called "All the ugliness in the world" [aka. The Dirty Tape; The Paul Caruso Rag / Abuse Session] but they are the only musical fragments on it. The final track is a long acoustic jam with Mitch Mitchell thought to originate from February, just before the start of the US tour in April 1970.]
    notes:
    - Also in circulation as "My Friend - Out in the Sun".
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.13-14: The Chicago Shows (Jon's Attic @ STG 040-041 / 14.05.2004 / 2CDR)
    (Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL 25.02.68 / Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 10.08.68; 2nd Show / Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, IL 01.12.68 [Complete]; 60:49 / 68:21) 25.02.68: Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > CDR] / 10.08.68: Aud; Master Clone [Master > CDR] -
    Modified (Some clean-up done) /01.12.68: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR]
    notes:
    - Upgrade of this set is available: ATM 121-122 "The Chicago Shows 1968" (The 10.08.68 portion featured here is identical to that on the ATM set).
    (Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL 25.02.68 / Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 10.08.68; 2nd Show / Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, IL 01.12.68 [Complete]; 60:46 / 68:22) 25.02.68: Aud; 2nd Gen / 10.08.68: Aud; Master Clone - Modified (Some clean-up done) / 01.12.68: Aud; 1st Gen
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  • Concerts 1968 Vol.15-16: The Scene, Milwaukee, WI 28th February 1968 (Jon's Attic @ STG 042-043 / 21.05.2004 / 2CDR)
    (The Scene, Milwaukee, WI 28.02.68; 1st Show [Complete] & 2nd Show [Almost Complete ]; 43:20 / 43:19) Aud; Master [Master > DAT > CDR]
    notes:
    - Raw source version of ATM 004 "Live in Milwaukee".
    - The Raw version of this tape can be identified by the following cuts during the 1st Show: Intro has 5 cuts and silence, "Tax Free" (17) has a short cut and silence at 0:21, and "Red House" (91) has a short cut and silence at 1:31.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 61 p.57-58 & issue 62, p.6-13 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
    - A re-transfer of this tape (from the original Master) is also avilable.
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  • Apartment Jams (Jon's Attic @ STG 044 / 28.05.2004 / 1CDR)
    (The Apartment Jams, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969 [The so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"]; 59:54) Low Gen
    Tracklist: "Country Blues (4) Jam" / JA16 / JA14 / "Room Full Of Mirrors" (6) / "Astro Man" (6) > "Valleys Of Neptune" (25) / JA15 / "Power Of Soul (39) Jam"
    notes:
    - Some sources list the recording date and location for the Apartment Jams (aka. the "Taj Mahal Jams") as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY 21.01.70, but it's more likely the recordings were made around the same time as the Woodstock Rehearsals at Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-aug.1969.
    - There are some cuts and a big one channel dropout in JA16. These flaws seem to be in the original reel source used for all copies in circulation. (These cuts were edited and spliced on "Spicy Essence - Apartment Jam 70" (ftbfs: 400)).
    - Restored version of this material available on ATM 035 "Apartment Jams".
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  • Royal Albert Hall (Jon's Attic @ STG 045-046 / 04.07.2004 / 2CDR)
    (Royal Albert Hall, London 18.02.69 [Complete; Aud Source]; 47:39 / 42:44) Aud; Master [Master > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: This is the first and lesser known Royal Albert Hall show by the Experience in February 1969. Whereas the show from the 24th has been released on numerous dodgy discs (it still has yet to see the light of day as a proper 'official' release) this first show has escaped the attentions of the money-grubbers mainly due to it being an audience recording.]
    notes:
    - Digitally Restored version available: ATM 115-116 "Royal Albert Hall 18.02.1969".
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  • Baltimore 1969 (Jon's Attic @ STG 047 / 05.07.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 16.05.69; 57:07) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > DAT > CDR]
    notes:
    - Gen Upgrade available: ATM 125 "Baltimore '69".
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  • The Flamingo Club, London 4th February 1967 (Jon's Attic @ STG 048 / 11.07.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 plus "Saturday Scene", Corn Exchange, Chelmsford 25.02.67 / "Christmas on Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67; 64:31) Flamingo Club (tracks 1-9): Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > DAT > CDR] / Chelmsford (tracks 10-11): Aud; 1st Gen [Video Master > Video > CDR] / Grand and National Halls (tracks 12-14): Aud; 1st Gen [Video Master > Video > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: The Flamingo Club recording is the earliest known recording of the band in concert in England. It's really very good for a recording of this vintage with clear enough vocals and guitar and it's the closest we are likely to get to the experience of the band in a small club situation as they broke new ground in the early months of 1967. The Chelmsford tracks from the same month are taken from a TV programme ("Saturday Scene") recorded for Dutch TV. If the whole of the concert was professionally recorded the only surviving footage is represented by these two tracks. The final three tracks come from the last concert played by the Experience in the UK in 1967. There is some wobble in the sound during "Wild Thing" (9) but this recording comes from the unfinished footage of the track.]
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  • Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70 (Jon's Attic @ STG 049 / 17.07.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 31.08.70 [3rd Source - "Short Source"]; 73:01) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > DAT > CDR]
    notes:
    - This is the shortest of the 4 sources for Stockholm 31.08.70 and is missing "Red House" (77).
    - This source is not identical to the 1st Source recording as released on the Bootleg "Free Concert" (ftbfs: B430). Whilst "Red House" (77) is missing on the 3rd Source, the track is present on the 1st Source but was omitted from "Free Concert" due to CD space limitations.
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  • Woodstock Rehearsals July-September 1969 (Jon's Attic @ STG 050 / 19.07.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969) 2nd Gen [4 track Master > Cassette x2 > DAT > CDR]
    Tracklist: "Izabella" ( ); 4.35 / "Izabella" ( ); 4.35 / "Message To Love" (21); 5.51 / "The Dance" ( ); 11.53 / "Sundance" (2); 2.22 / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (5); 6.42 / "Jam in E" (JA1); 4.26 / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning" (6); 10.20 / "Machine Gun" ( ); 0.50 / "If Six Was Nine" (3); 2.03 / "Izabella" ( ); 3.52 / "Izabella" ( ); 4.38
    notes:
    - More material from the Woodstock Rehearsals is available on ATM 221-223 "Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - Jammin' Back at the House".
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  • Denver Pop Festival 29th June 1969 (Jon's Attic @ STG 051 / 23.07.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 [Almost Complete]; 64:28) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > cassette x2 > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: This is the last ever concert played by the original Experience. After this show Noel redding quit the band. It's an exceptionally clear recording and one of the better audience efforts from that year. [This] ... is known as the 2nd gen version. There is only one source for this show but a few years ago a collector tracked down one of the guys who had taped this. The master no longer exists and the show had been transferred to cassett. This 1st Gen copy was put onto DAT and then CDR. However this new "1st Gen" copy sounded brittle and lacked any bass whereas the original version that had surfaced a couple of years before (this one) has a much more natural sound to it. Confused? Yes I am. I have a feeling that the so called "1st Gen" copy may have been tampered with for some reason.]
    notes:
    - During the transfer of this recording to CDR, the recording level was set too high, which has resulted in serious clipping and unwanted distortion.
    - A freash transfer without the above mentioned problems is available.
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  • Denver Pop Festival 29th June 1969 (2CD version) (Jon's Attic @ STG 051 (Rev A) -052 / 31.07.2004 / 2CDR)
    (Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 [Almost Complete; 2 different transfers of the same source]; 64:12 / 63:38) Disc 1: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > cassette x2 > CDR] / Disc 2: Aud; 1st Gen [Master > cassette > DAT > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: [Disc 1 features] ... a fresh take from the 2nd Gen cassette which hopefully eliminates the problem with the first seeding of this show. [Disc 2 features] ... the 1st Gen transfer. There is only one source for this show but a few years ago a collector tracked down one of the guys who had taped this. The master no longer exists and the show had been transferred to cassette. This 1st Gen copy was put onto DAT and then CDR. This new '1st Gen' copy sounds very bright and lacks bass.]
    notes:
    - The initial version of this set only featured the 2nd Gen transfer, but had the recording levels set too high, which resulted in serious clipping and unwanted distortion. The 2nd Gen version featured here is a fresh transfer from the 2nd Gen cassette, and doesn't suffer from the aforementioned problems.
    - Speed corrected version of the 2nd Gen transfer is available: ATM 118 "Denver Pop".
    - Speed corrected version of the 1st Gen transfer is available: ATM 207 "Denver Pop Festival 29.06.69 - 1st Generation Transfer".
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  • September 1970 [aka. "Ronnie Scott's, London 1970"] (Jon's Attic @ Easytree 053 / 24.08.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Cumberland Hotel, London 11.09.70 (Interview by Keith Altham for the "Record Mirror" Magazine) / Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 [Jam with Eric Burdon & War *]; 69:33) Aud; Low Gen [Low Gen Cassettes > CDR]
    [*Old tape incl.material with no Hendrix involvement]
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  • Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX 20th April 1969 (Jon's Attic @ Easytree 054 / 19.11.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX 20.04.69) Aud; Low Gen
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  • Tivolis Koncertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark, 7th January 1968 (Jon's Attic @ Easytree 055 / 23.11.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show [Complete]; 40:51) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR]
    notes:
    - Same as Disc 1 of JA069-70 "Denmark 1968-1970".
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  • Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, Denmark, 10th January 1969; 1st Show - 2nd Source (Far Tape) Master (Jon's Attic @ Easytree 056 / 30.11.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show [Complete; 2nd Source (Far Tape)]; 65:56) Aud; Master [Master > DAT > CDR]
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  • Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD 16th August 1968 (Jon's Attic @ Easytree 057 / 01.12.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD 16.08.68; 45:12) Aud; 3rd Gen?
    notes:
    - Generation upgrade is available.
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  • Dane County Memorial Coliseum, Madison, WI 2nd May 1970 - 2nd Source (Jon's Attic @ Easytree 058-059 / 03.12.2004 / 2CDR)
    (Dane County Memorial Coliseum, Madison, WI 02.05.70 [Almost Complete; 2nd Source (Ketchum)]) Aud; 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > CDR]
    note:
    - Digitally Restored version available: ATM 141-142 "Madison Blues".
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 71, p.26-28 & UniVibes issue 38, p.19-21 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
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  • The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12th April 1969 (Jon's Attic @ Easytree 060 / 04.12.2004 / 1CDR)
    (The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69; 59:53) Aud; 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > CDR]
    notes:
    - Digitally Restored version available as part of ATM 105-106 "Live in Philadelphia"
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  • Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ 4th September 1968 (Jon's Attic @ Easytree 061 / 12.12.2004 / 1CDR)
    (Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ 04.09.68; 61:43) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR]

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  • Santa Clara 1969 (Jon's Attic @ www.dimeadozen.org 062 / 24.04.2005 / 1CDR)
    (Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival), Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 25.05.69 [Complete]; 72:08) Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > CDR]
    notes:
    - The cover lists the show as divided into 8 tracks, but the disc has it divided into 13.
    - Digitally Restored Gen Upgrade availabe: ATM 146 "Do You Know The Way ?".
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  • The Swedish Shows Vol.3 - Supplement (Jon's Attic @ www.dimeadozen.org 063 / 03.05.2005 / 1CDR)
    (Stora Salen, Akademiske Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67; 1st Show; 38:48) Aud; Master [Master > DAT > CDR]
    Tracklist: Intro; 1:14 / "Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (17); 1:55 / "Foxy Lady" (112); 3:58 / "Catfish Blues" (15); 10:08 / "Fire" (97); 3:51 / The Wind Cries Mary" (22); 4:26 / "Have Mercy" (4) (cut); 2:04 / "Manic Depression" (15); 4:59 / "Purple Haze" (123); 6:13
    [Quote from the Release notes: This show was not ... [originally a part of "The Swedish Shows"] series. At the time ["The Swedish Shows" was seeded] it was not in general circulation but has since become available. Just about all the Swedish shows have been uncovered thanks to the hard work and dedication of one particular Swedish collector. When he found this show the owner stipulated that he would be allowed to make a DAT copy on the understanding that no copies were made. He did however make up a couple of CDR copies which he sent to about four Hendrix collectors around the world for safe keeping but with the request that they were not put into circulation ... However the situation has now changed so I am free to pass this on. It was first widely circulated last year [on the Collectors disc "Swedish Castle Magic"] but for those who like master recordings here is your chance. It's a short show weighing in at about 39 minutes but I do consider it to be a very clear recording.]
    notes:
    - Upgrade of JPIO-II 069 "Swedish Castle Magic" / ATM 229 "Swedish Castle Magic".
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 77, p.39-40 and to UniVibes issue 48, p.14-18 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
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  • Germany 1969 (Jon's Attic @ www.dimeadozen.org 064-065 / 05.05.2005 / 2CDR)
    (Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 [2nd Source] / Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17.01.69; 2nd Show [1st Source] plus "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 ["Stone Free" (8) / "Hey Joe" (14)]; 54:54 / 74:15) Cologne: Aud; Master [Master reel > CDR] / Frankfurt: Aud; 2nd Gen * / Offenbach: Sbd; 1st Gen from TV Broadcast [TV > cassette > DAT > CDR]
    [* Although initially believed to be a Master Clone [Master > DAT > CDR], new information shows that the Frankfurt recording is actually 2nd Gen with the following lineage: Master (4-track reel) > Reel (2-track) > Reel (one track of a 4-track reel) > DAT > CDR. This is however still the best available version of this recording, and possibly also the best surviving master.]
    [Quote from the Release notes: Two Experience concerts from the European tour of January 1969. Both in their own ways rather good audience recordings considering their age, but they are audience recordings. [The Cologne] recording is the second source for this show. It turned up within the past couple of years and up until fairly recently had only limited circulation amongst a few collectors. It is taken directly from the master. This is exactly how the recording came to me on CDR. There has been another source for this show circulating in poorer quality for a number of years now and you will often find it wrongly listed as being from the Jan 19th show at the Liederhalle, Stuttgart. That source lasts only 28 minutes and is missing "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (97).]
    notes:
    - Tandem reissue of JA 012 "Sporthalle, Cologne 13th Jan.1969 - 2nd Source Master" and JA 011 "Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17th Jan.1969 (2nd show) - Master".
    - The above mentioned tandem - and consequently i.e. this set - has previously been released as the bootleg "Come On And Get Live" (ftbfs: B787).
    - According to the cover Disc 2 features 10 tracks from Frankfurt, and there's no mention of the "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67 tracks at all. In reality theare are 11 tracks on the disc; The first 9 are from Frankfurt (without index mark between "Hey Joe" (46) and "Purple Haze" (64)), while the last 2 are from Offenbach.
    - Refer to ATM 179 "Cologne 13.01.69 - 2nd Source" for a Speed corrected and modified version of the Cologne source.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 45, p.3-4 (online version available here) and Jimpress issue 75, p.17-18 for comprehensive reviews of the Cologne tape.
    - The Frankfurt recording includes the incomplete "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (44) omitted from "Burning at Frankfurt" (ftbfs: B498).
    - The Frankfurt disc suffers from minor index mark clicks, but these were on the original torrented version of the disc as well, and have not been introduced during later copy stages. A Clean copy - with an additional track ("Purple Haze" (11)) from Offenbach 18.05.67 - does exist.
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  • Denmark 3 Sept 1970 (Jon's Attic @ www.dimeadozen.org 066-067 / 27.11.2005 / 2CDR)
    (KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [Complete; 3rd Source (formerly known as 2nd Source)]; 67:44 / 26:24) Aud; 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: "There are five known sources for the K.B Hallen concert in Copenhagen. Usually the ones doing the rounds are the sources known as 'the old tape' and the 'SB or composite tape', this one known as the '2nd complete source' is not as common."]
    notes:
    - Upgrades of all 6 circulating Copenhagen 03.09.70 sources - including this one - are available.
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  • Baltimore 13 June 1970 (Jon's Attic @ www.dimeadozen.org 068 / 01.12.2005 / 1CDR)
    (Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 13.06.70 [Complete; 1st Source]; 73:41) Stereo Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR]
    notes:
    - Speed corrected Gen Upgrade available on ATM 117 "Baltimore '70".
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  • Denmark 1968-1970 (Jon's Attic @ www.dimeadozen.org 069-070 / 07.12.2005 / 2CDR)
    (Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show / KB Hallen, Copenhagen 03.09.70 [4th Source; Incomplete version]; 40:51 / 62:09) 1968: Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR] / 1970: Aud; 1st Gen [Master > DAT > Cassette > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: "The short tour of Denmark and Sweden in January 1968 produced two audience recordings. Both with remarkably good sound given the primitive nature of the recording equipment. This one from Denmark is the first and I rate this as a very good recording and it should not be judged by the standards of recordings that can be achieved these days. There are five known sources for the K.B Hallen concert in Copenhagen. Usually the ones doing the rounds are the sources known as 'the old tape' and the 'SB or composite tape'. This one known as the 'short source' has never been in general circulation as far as I know. It is probably one of the better sounding of all the five sources, however the recording is sadly incomplete."]
    notes:
    - Disc 1 is identical to JA 055 "Tivolis Koncertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark, 7th January 1968".
    - Tracklist for the 03.09.70 4th Source recording is: "Stone Free" (26i) (start slightly cut) / "Foxy Lady" (97) / "Message To Love" (45) / "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (13) / "All Along The Watchtower" (13) / "Machine Gun" (30) (slight dropout at 1:21) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (50i) (end cut) / Drums (cut) / "Ezy Rider" (29i) (cut) / "Freedom" (26) / "Red House" (79i).
    - The 03.09.70 recording is an upgrade of the 3rd Gen version previously circulated on JPIO 035 "Fighting For Freedom For Everybody" (12.07.2004) and "Köbenhavn Blue".
    - Upgrades of all 6 circulating Copenhagen 03.09.70 sources - including the one featured here - are available.
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  • Boston 27 June 1970 (Jon's Attic @ www.dimeadozen.org 071-072 / 11.12.2005 / 2CDR)
    (Boston Garden, Boston, MA 27.06.70 [1st & 2nd Source]) 1st Source: Stereo Aud; 3rd Gen [Master > Cassette x3 > CDR] / 2nd Source: Aud; 3rd Gen ? [Master > Cassette x3 ? > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes: "These are the two known recordings of the 1970 Boston Garden show. The first one is a stereo recording and the better of the two. Please bear in mind though that both are audience recordings over 30 years of age and can't be compared to what can be achieved today. This is a very fast and high spirited show from start to finish."]
    notes:
    - "Freedom" (20) is missing on the 1st Source.
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  • Vienna 22 Jan 1969 (Jon's Attic @ www.crosstowntorrents.org 073 / 18.05.2008 / 1CDR)
    (Stimmen der Welt, Großer Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna 22.01.69 [1st Show (Complete) & 2nd Show]) Aud; 2nd Gen [Master > Cassette x2 > CDR] (2008 transfer)
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  • Berkeley, CA 30.05.70 - Late Show Audience Master (Jon's Attic @ www.crosstowntorrents.org 074 / 25.10.2008 / 1CDR)
    (Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show [Almost Complete*; 2nd Aud Source (Hallendorf)]; 68:52) Aud; Master **
    [* Short break where the Master tape had to be flipped over / ** Exact lineage: Cassette Master > 24 bit A/D via Tascam 112 Mk11 cassette deck > Digidesign 888d24 converter/ProTools > CDA > xACT > Flac]
    [Quote from the Release notes: "[These] recordings were transferred from the the original (two) cassettes sometime around 2000. Up until that time the taper had never told anyone of their existence and they had only been played once after recording. This is the raw unaltered recording only three track numbers, for cassette 1 side A & B and cassette 2 side A. The original recording levels were relatively low and this is reflected in the audio levels. [....] This is the sound exactly as the recorder captured it; it has not been "remastered", "remixed" or "enhanced" (oh hum) in any way."]
    notes:
    - Upgrade (version with verified lineage) of ATM 201 "Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show - 2nd Audience Source".
    - This disc consists of 3 segments without index marks for the individual tracks.
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  • Lorensberg Circus, Göteborg, Sweden, 8 January 1969, 2nd Show (Jon's Attic @ www.crosstowntorrents.org 075 / 18.11.2008 / 2CDR)
    (Lorensbergs Circus, Gothenburg 08.01.69; 2nd Show [Complete]) 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > CDR*]
    [* Quote from the release notes: "This is a direct transfer from a cassette copy taken from the master reel that I received from the taper sometime during the late 1990s. As far as I know he never made any other copies (apart from one very rough one which was sent to an American collector and which was used for the subsequent "Cat's Squirrel" (ftbfs: B478) bootleg CD). This is the first time I have made a digital transfer from this first generation cassette."].
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  • Maui, Hawaii 30 July 1970 (Jon's Attic @ www.crosstowntorrents.org 076 / 11.05.2011 / 2CDR)
    (Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI 30.07.70; 1st & 2nd Show [Complete*]; 54:59 / 51:04) Stereo Sbd [2nd Sbd Source]; 2nd Gen
    [* The intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) from the 1st Show is missing on the Sbd Source]
    notes:
    - This is the new 2011 transfer of the 2nd Gen tape without any MiniDisc in the lineage, which means it's an upgraded of ATM 018-019 "Bridge To Haleakala" and (as far as I know) all other circulating versions of the previous transfer, including bootlegs derived from these.
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  • Los Angeles Forum 25 April 1970 - 3rd Source (Jon's Attic @ www.crosstowntorrents.org 077 / 17.05.2011 / 2CDR)
    (Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 [Complete; 3rd Source]) Aud; Master (Master > DAT > CDR)
    Disc 1: Intro; 2:10 / "Spanish Castle Magic" (41); 4:16 / "Foxy Lady" (76); 4:16 / "Lover Man" (25); 4:52 /
    "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (38); 10:01 / "Message To Love" (26); 4:54 / "Ezy Rider" (16); 4:59 / "Machine Gun" (14); 10:12
    Disc 2: "Room Full Of Mirrors" (12); 3:42 > /"Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (2); 4:50 > / "
    Villanova Junction" (11); 1:46 > / Drums; 5:43 > / "Freedom" (11); 5:43 / "Star Spangled Banner" (29); 3:21 > / "Purple Haze" (85); 3:57 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (65); 8:05 > / "Keep On Groovin'"; 0:51 > / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (65); 5:35 / Outro; 5:35
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STRAIGHT TRANSFERS
[including material released as Tape-, Mini Disc- & CDR-trees]
notes:
The discs featured in this section consists (mostly) of Raw source recordings other than those featured in the Material from The Attic series, and these recordings have in most cases been put onto CDRs for archival purposes only. Modified recordings, compilations of various sorts and "regular" Collectors' Discs can be found in the ATM- and Other Collectors' Discs sections.
The discs in this section are listed in chronological order according to date of recording.
In cases where a single disc (or a set) includes recordings from more than one date, the disc is listed according to the date of the earliest recording.
Sound quality ratings given in [ ] are lifted from the Jimpress magazine:

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E

ECELLENT

Top quality

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VG+

VERY GOOD +

Very slight noise / distortion

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VG

VERY GOOD

Generally good but not professional quality

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G+

GOOD +

All instruments audible, some distortion

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G

GOOD

All instruments audible with excessive hiss, compressed sound or distortion

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R

REASONABLE

Fair instrument balance, but sound quality below average

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F

FAIR

Poor balance, at least one instrument inaudible, bad distortion

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P

POOR

Only main instrument clearly audible, very distorted with bad hall ambience

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A

ABYSMAL

Virtually inaudible

"(TFT)" indicates recordings transferred to CDRs from my private pre-"digital age" tape-collection.
No Generation information is available except where such is indicated.
Please check the ATM-, Material from The Attic and Other Collectors' Discs sections for possible Lower Gen versions of recordings included in this section. Information refering to the ATM-section is only given in cases where identical Collectors' Discs [Digital Clones] - or parts of such - have been made available in the ATM-series in Digitally Restored and / or Speed corrected versions.
Please check the Other Collectors' Discs section and other parts of this list for recordings not included in this section; Most of what's available in common circulation should be here somewhere ...;-)

For Concert setlists: Please refer to Just ask the Axis or Plug Your Ears

Please note that I do not condone commercial exploitation of the music of Jimi Hendrix (or any other artist). If it comes to my attention that any material recieved from me through trade is being sold or attempted sold for profit to third parties, I will immediately break all contact with the trader responsible. I will also ignore to fulfill any ongoing trades with this person, and I will furthermore see as my duty to do whatever I can to stop his or her commercial activity.

Recordings 1965-1968

  • George's Club 20, Hackensack, NJ 26.12.65
    (Curtis Knight Live material 1965-66; 72:46 [from 90 min Simulated Stereo tape]) Low Gen
    Tracklist: "Stand By Me" / "What'd I Say" / "Hold On To What You Got" / "I'll Be Doggone" / "I'm AMan" / "One Night With You" / "Hey Bo Diddley" / "Hang On Sloopy" / "Killing Floor" / "Last Night" / "Money (That's What I Want)" / "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" / "Sugar Pie Honey Bunch" / "Get Out Of My Life Woman" / "Ain't That Peculiar" / "Have Mercy" / "Something You Got" / "Drivin' South" / "You Got Me Running" / "Shotgun" (20 tracks)
    notes:
    - The artwork for this disc lists 21 tracks, but the disc only features 20. Track 12 - "I Feel So Good" (cut) - is not included (at least not on this particular copy).
    - The Curtis Knight & The Squires live recordings featuring Jimi Hendrix are most likely from several different concerts and rehearsals dec.1965-may 1966, and it's impossible to pinpoint which tracks were recorded where and when.
    .
  • Cheetah Club, New York City, NY 24.02.66
    (Curtis Knight Live material 1965-66)
    Tracklist: "Killing Floor" / "I'm A Man" (Mannish Boy) / "(I've Got A) Sweet Angel" / "Money (That's What I Want)" / "You Got Me Running" (Not This Time) / "Take What I've Got" / "Sweet Heart" / "Walking The Dog" / "Hang On Sloopy" / "Twist And Shout" / "Hey Bo Didley"
    notes:
    - The Curtis Knight & The Squires live recordings featuring Jimi Hendrix are most likely from several different concerts and rehearsals dec.1965-may 1966, and it's impossible to pinpoint which tracks were recorded where and when.
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  • "Top of the Pops", Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66
    (Sbd [ ] / 3:48 / "Hey Joe" (79) [Take 1?])
    notes:
    - The exact date for the recording of this track is uncertain. It was first broadcasted 02.02.67, but was probably recorded 29.12.66 - possibly as a rehearsal take during the same session that spawned "Hey Joe" (8) - although there is also a possibility that it might have been recorded 18.01.67.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 93, p.51-53 for a comprehensive review of this recording.
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  • "Top of the Pops", Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66
    (Sbd [ ] / - / "Hey Joe" (8) [Merge of 2 sources])
    notes:
    - As initially distributed @ www.crosstowntorrents.org 2100
    .
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  • "Top of the Pops", Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66
    (Sbd [ ] / 8:10 / Speed corrected by Prof.Goody)
    Tracklist: "Hey Joe" ( ) [Take 1?]; 4:02 / "Hey Joe" (8); 4:08
    notes:
    - The exact date for the recording of "Hey Joe" ( ) track is uncertain. It was first broadcasted 02.02.67, but was probably recorded 29.12.66 - possibly as a rehearsal take during the same session that spawned "Hey Joe" (8) - although there is also a possibility that it might have been recorded 18.01.67.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 93, p.51-53 for a comprehensive review of the "Hey Joe" ( ) recording.
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  • Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67
  • Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 10.08.68; 2nd Show (BEN 006)
    (Flamingo Club: Aud [R] / 43 min) 3rd Gen
    (Chicago: Aud [ ] / 30 min) 4th Gen
    .
  • Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67
    (Aud [R] / 45:17)
    notes:
    - The first of 2 versions of this recording torrented @ www.dimeadozen.org 19.01.13. Listed as "possibly 2nd or 3rd Generation".
    .
  • Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67
    (Aud [R] / 47:53)
    notes:
    - The second of 2 versions of this recording torrented @ www.dimeadozen.org 19.01.13. Listed as "Unknown Generation from reel", and as an upgrade to the first version. According to the info, this version "sounds much clearer and with more range". It also "has the announcements at the end but was missing a short bit of talk in the middle which [has been] inserted from [the first] version".
    .
  • "Beat Club", Marquee, London 02.03.1967
    (Sbd [ ] / 13:17 / Complete Show [Broadcast & outtakes])
    Tracklist: "Hey Joe" (11) / "Purple Haze" (8) / "Hey Joe" (10) / "Purple Haze" (7)
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  • Troutbeck Hotel, Ilkley 12.03.67
    The Show was shut down by the police a few chords into the second song, and no recording of this concert is known to exisxt. A TV documentary about the incident is available.

    notes:
    - More information about the incident is available here.

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  • Speakeasy, London 16.03.67 (Conversation between Jimi, Eric Clapton, Christine Charles and a journalist)
  • Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show - 1st Source
    (Speakeasy: Aud [ ] / 40 min)
    (Bologna: Aud [R] / 37 min / 1st Source)
    notes:
    - Parts of the DM Tape transfers.
    - The 16.03.67 date for the Speakeasy conversation is approximate.
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  • Speakeasy, London 16.03.67 (Conversation between Jimi, Eric Clapton, Christine Charles and a journalist)
    (Aud [ ] / 39:23 [divided into 8 tracks]) Unknown Gen cassette > CDR > Remastered (Mono mixed) > CDR
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.crosstowntorrents.org aug 2008.
    -
  • "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67
    (Sbd [ ] / 20:01 incl. announcement & outro from German NDR2 Radio broadcast 28.11.92) FM broadcast > Cassette > CDR
    notes:
    - This recording doesn't include the interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman.
    - As circulated @ bt.etree.org sept.2006 (aka. "Happy Easter 1967").
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  • "Bouton Rouge", Gaumont, Ipswich 01.04.67
    (Audio from TV Broadcast [ ] / 8:32 / "Purple Haze" (127) & "Wild Thing" (35))
    notes:
    - First broadcasted on French TV 21.05.67.
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  • Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 21.05.67
  • Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show
  • Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show - 2nd Source (BEN 010)
    (Copenhagen: Sbd [ ] / 4 min. incl. Interview by Carsten Grolin for Danish Radio "Beat Forum") 3rd Gen
    (Blackpool: Aud [F] / 19 min) Low Gen
    (Bologna: Aud [ ] / 41 min / 2nd Source) 1st Gen
    Filler: "Honeybed" (1-4) Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 23.12.69: Low Gen
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  • Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 - The So-called Audience Source
    (Sbd [ ] / 42 min / Complete Show)
    Filler: Studio outtakes 1970 [incl."Drifting" Sessions 1970] [33 min]
    notes:
    - This version of the Monterey recording has for many years circulated as an Aud Source, but it is in fact just a poor version of the Sbd recording taped from a Radio broadcast. No real Aud recording from Monterey is known to exist.
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  • Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 - The So-called Audience Source
    (Sbd [ ] / 41:47 / Complete Show) 3rd Gen ?
    notes:
    - Also in circulation as "Hearts and Ears - The Experience at Monterey (Audience Source)".
    - This version of the Monterey recording has for many years circulated as an Aud Source, but it is in fact just a poor version of the Sbd recording taped from a Radio broadcast. No real Aud recording from Monterey is known to exist.
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  • "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" Mixing Session, Houston Studios, Los Angeles, CA 28-30.06.67
    (Sbd [ ] / 10:51)
    Tracklist: "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" Mixing Session #2 (12): "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (mix 1; incomplete) / Tape Rewind / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (mix 2; incomplete) / Tape Rewind / False start / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (mix 3) / Tape noise / False start / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (mix 4; incomplete) / False start / False start / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (mix 5; incomplete) / Tape Rewind
    notes:
    -
    The content of this disc originates from an original 15 ips 2-track reel reference tape of a mixing session, first offered for sale on eBay in august 2003, and later sold during the 16th june 2004 Cooper Owen auction.
    - This disc has no index marks.

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  • "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" Mixing Session, Houston Studios, Los Angeles, CA 28-30.06.67 - Sample Tape
  • Apartment Recording, Unknown Date and Location - "The Faye Tape" Sample
    (BOTML Mixing Session: Sbd [ ] / 1:59 Sample from the 10:51 "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" Overdub Session Tape that was offered for sale on e-bay august 2003) Master? > wma > wav
    (Faye Tape: Home Recording [ ] / 2:03 BBC Radio Broadcast regarding the sale of the "Faye Tape" at Sothebys, 1995, incl. Samples of the tape [Partially with Voice over]) Radio Broadcast > cassette > wma > wav
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  • Apartment Recording, Unknown Date and Location - "The Faye Tape" Sample
    (Home Recording [ ] / 2:03 BBC Radio Broadcast regarding the sale of the "Faye Tape" at Sothebys, 1995, incl. Samples of the tape [Partially with Voice over]) Radio Broadcast > cassette > wav
    notes:
    - Same recording as above, but in lossless format (no wma in the lineage).
    -
  • The Dan Paulson Interview, Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 17-19.07.67
    (Interview with Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding & Mitch Mitchell by Dan Paulson (possibly for the "Hit Parade" magazine) / 25:10)
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 71, p.22 for a review of this tape.
    - Some sources list the date for this interview as on or around 03.07.67.
    -
  • Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 - "The Sample Tape"
    (Aud [G+] / 27:55 / "The Sample Tape") 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - As distrubuted by JVW @ www.dimeadozen.org july 2005.
    -
  • Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67; 1st Show
    (Aud [G+] / 38 min / Complete Show) 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 77, p.39-40 and to UniVibes issue 48, p.14-18 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
    - Both indexed and non-indexed versions of this recording are available.
    - Slightly Digitally Restored version available.
    -
  • Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67; 1st Show - 1st Source 2nd Gen
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  • Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67; 1st Show - 2nd Source
  • Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show
    (Stockholm: Aud [G] / 27 min / 2nd Source)
    (Copenhagen: Aud [ ] / 41 min / Complete Show)
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  • Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67; 2nd Show
    Incomplete recording (17:36) exists, but is currently not in general circulation.
    Tracklist: "Killing Floor" (20); 3:20 / "Hoochie Coochie Man" (4); 4:56 / "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" (8); 3:36 / "Wild Thing" (6); 5:16 / "Red House" (102); 0:06

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  • "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 - Audience Recording
    -
  • "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67
    Available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Paris 1967 / San Francisco, CA 1968".

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  • "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67
  • Ronnie Scott's Club, London, 16.09.70 (Jam with Eric Burdon & War)
    ("Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio: Sbd [E/VG+] / 26 min / Complete session) 2nd Gen
    (Ronnie Scott's Club: Aud [G] / 42 min incl.tracks without Hendrix / Old version *)
    [* With fade-ins and / or fade-outs on some of the tracks]
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  • "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67
  • Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 10.08.68; 2nd Show
  • "It must be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68
    ("Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio: Sbd [E / VG+] / 26 min / Almost Complete Session) 1st Gen
    (Chicago: Aud [ ] / 30 min) Master Clone
    notes:
    - Raw Source version of the 10.08.68-portion of ATM 121-122 "The Chicago Shows 1968".
    ("It Must be Dusty": Aud [G] / 11 min / Complete show) 1st or 2nd Gen.
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  • "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67
    Sbd [E / VG+] / 29:16 / Complete Session) 1st Gen (FM > Cassette > CDR)
    notes:
    - As distributed by "Fredheadset" @ www.dimedozen.org september 2013.
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  • Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67; 2nd Show - Audience Recording Low Gen
    -
  • "Crosstown Traffic" Piano Overdub @ Olympic Studios, London 20.12.67
    (Outtake without guitar/vocals [ ] / 2:36)

    -
  • "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 [2nd version]
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  • Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen 07.01.68; 1st Show
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  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 03.02.68; 1st & 2nd Show - 1st, 2nd & 3rd Source (2CDR)
    (1st Source: Aud [G] / 57 min / 1st & 2nd Show) [1st Show: Intro / "Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (8) / "Fire" (13) / "Hey Joe" (22) / "Foxy Lady" (17) / "The Wind Cries Mary" (15) / "Killing Floor" (10 / "Little Wing" (6) / "Purple Haze" (27) / 2nd Show: "Rock Me Baby" (6) / "Red House" (12) / "Foxy Lady" (18i)] Low Gen
    (2nd Sorce: Aud [G] / 29 min / 1st Show) [1st Show: "Sgt.Pepper's Slonely Hearts Club Band" (8) / "Fire" (13) / "Hey Joe" (22) / "Foxy Lady" (17) / "Killing Floor" (10) / "Little Wing" (6) / "Purple Haze" (27)] 2nd Gen
    (3rd Source: Aud [G] / 39 min / 1st & 2nd Show) [1st Show: "The Wind Cries Mary" (28i) / "Purple Haze" (27) / 2nd Show: "Rock Me Baby" (6) / "Red House" (12) / "Foxy Lady" (18i) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (3) / "Purple Haze" (28i)] 2nd Gen
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  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 04.02.68; 2nd Show
    Available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Paris 1967 / San Francisco, CA 1968".
    notes:
    - The Booklet included with the CD "Paris 1967 / San Francisco, CA 1968" identifies the venue for the San Francisco, CA 04.02.68 recordings as the Fillmore Auditorium, but in a letter publiciced in Jimpress issue 76, p.2, John McDermott [co-producer of the set] says it's more likely the actual venue was Winterland Ballroom, although he's been unable to confirm this 100%.

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  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 04.02.68 - "Cleaned up version"
    (Aud [ ] / 39:03) Streaming version from Wolfgang's Vault
    notes:
    - According to the info on www.wolfagangsvault.com, this is a cleaned up version of the recording available on Dagger Records' official bootleg
    "Paris 1967 / San Francisco, CA 1968".
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  • Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA 09.02.68; 1st & 2nd Show - Radio Advertisment
    A CDR featuring a 54:17 recording of KHJ Radio broadcast 09.02.68 includes an ad for the shows at the Convention Center later that night at 14:17.
    notes:
    - No recording of the actual concerts is known to exist.

    -
  • Fieldhouse, Regis College, Denver, CO 14.02.68 - Raw Source
    (Aud [G+] / 39:32) Master
    Tracklist: "Tax Free" (21); 6:08 / "Fire" (100); 3:07 / "The Wind Cries Mary" (24); 3:51 / "Foxy Lady" (114); 3:53 / "Spanish Castle Magic" (63); 3:38 / "I Don't Live Today" (48); 4:12 / "Purple Haze" (125); 7:59 / Band introduction; 0:34 / "Wild Thing" (32); 6:18
    notes:
    - Notable drop in level with tape problems at 0:27-0:35 in "Fire" (100). Nearly all introductions, tune-ups and chat between songs are missing (cut). The End of "Foxy Lady" (114) is slightly cut, and so are the beginnings of "The Wind Cries Mary" (24), "Spanish Castle Magic" (63) and "I Don't Love Today" (48).
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 86, p.17-18 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 17.02.68
    (Stereo Aud [ ] / 56 min / Almost Complete Show)
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  • Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 17.02.68 (T-258) - 2005 Transfer
    (Stereo Aud [ ] / 55:47 / Almost Complete Show) No Gen info, but presumably very Low Gen / Transferred to CDR 2005 *
    [* Transfer: Playback Deck: Cassette > Tascam 130 > Nikko 32 Band EQ > Akai DR16 Digital Hard Disk Recorder > Sony PCM-R500 DAT Recorder > Sony DAT Tape > HHB CDR-800 Compact Disc Recorder > HHB CDR >WAV > SHN > WAV > AIF > CDR]
    [Quote from the Release notes (Slightly edited): "I got the cassette tape for this CD-R in the mid 70's. Over the years I traded analog copies of the tape, but I have never done a digital transfer of it until now. I have been contacted a few times by people who said they were traceing the tape backwards to try to find the source. They said they always traced it back to me. We weren't able to contact the guy I got it from. That's why I believe the boots that exist of this show [for instance "Remember the Alamo" (ftbfs: B502)] came from the analog copies I sent out in trade. I haven't heard the existing boots so I can't say for sure and I don't know the quality of them. This one is not bad considering it's from 1968. There is a cut in "Foxy Lady" (20) and a speed fluctuation in it for a short time before and after the cut. "Foxy Lady" (20) ends a few seconds early with a cut."]
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  • Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX 18.02.68
    (Aud [ ] / 51:50 / Mono) 1st Gen
    Tracklist: Intro; 1:32 / "Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (18); 2:00 / "Fire" (99); 3:29 / "Hey Joe" (75); 5:11 / "Foxy Lady" (113); 4:50 / "The Wind Cries Mary" (23); 4:02 / "I Don't Live Today" (47); 7:48 / "Catfish Blues" (16); 9:47 / "Purple Haze" (124); 9:02 / "Wild Thing" (31); 4:05
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org and other trackers june 2007.
    - Also in circulation as "Can You Dig It?".
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 84, p.25-26 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL 25.02.68; 2nd Show
    (Aud [ ] / 32:01) Unknown Gen from Capitol "The Music Tape" Trade cassette
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org and www.crosstowntorrents.org may 2011.
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  • The Scene, Milwaukee, WI 28.02.68 (2CDR) - 2nd Transfer
    (Aud [R / F] / 42:05 + 42:56 / 1st Show [Complete] + 2nd Show [Almost Complete]) Master [Master > CDR]
    notes:
    - Circulated @ Easytree jan.2005.
    - This is a re-transfer from the original Master; The versions featured on ATM 004 "Live in Milwaukee" and JA 042-043 are both from the initial (1st) transfer.
    - Info provided by the taper: "I acquired the Master tape of this show from the actual taper about 10 years ago [ca 1994]. The tape was not stored very well & is in horrible condition. At the time I made 1 DAT copy for a local taper & that is where the other copies out there have originated from. After seeing incorrect lineage for this show on several tape lists I decided to run the tape one more time. The Reel to Reel deck used was connected directly to a stand alone Pioneer CD Recorder with Signature Technologies Silver Interconnects. The 2 cd's were then ripped to the hard drive using EAC & the sides were split with CD WAV. No repairs were made in anyway. What you hear is the actual reel tape warts & all for the first time. Volume level change at beginning of tape is on the original."
    - Digitally Restored version available (uneven volume levels fixed).
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 61 p.57-58 & issue 62, p.6-13 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Hunter College, New York City, NY 02.03.68; 2nd Show
    (Aud [VG] / 26:06) 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > CDR]
    Tracklist: "Tax Free" (5) / "Foxy Lady" (22) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (5) / "Killing Floor" (11) / "Red House" (14)
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  • Drake Hotel, New York City, NY early/mid-march 1968 - "The 1st 10.000 Dollar Tape Sample"
    (Home Recording [ ] / 6:45 min with Fade in and outs and Beeps over the music / Sample from the Reel to Reel Tape offered on e-bay mid-2002 for $10.000, and later aquired by Experience Hendrix.)
    notes:
    - Sellers info copied from e-bay: "Hendrix apartment recording. Circa 1968 New York. Original boxed Reel to Reel. 45-50 mins long. Featuring Jimi on his own and some songs with Paul Caruso on harmonica. Track listing: 1. Jam 1 / 2. Jam 2 / 3. Jam 3 / 4. Jam 4 / 5. Tears of Rage (Dylan, full version) bvs / 6. 1983 a merman 2 versions, door bells etc / 7. My Friend, 2 different versions (lyrics) / 8. Take me home (unknown title) / 9. Various riffs and ideas/noises / 10. Long hot summer nights, (3 various workings) / 11. Snowballs at my window (unknown). All very high quality with good stereo panning seperation between guitar and vocal."
    - Tracklist for "The 1st 10.000 Dollar Tape Sample": Unknown; 1:03 / "Tears Of Rage"; 1:52 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (60); 0:26 / "Long Hot Summer Night" (5); 0:09 / "Our Lovely Home (Snowballs At My Window)"; 0:29 / "My Friend" (4); 1:10 / "Blues Jam" (JA19); 1:08. [info from Jimpress issue 74, p.31-35 & Jimpress issue 76, p.55-59]
    - An alternate version of this Sample tape - featuring a slightly different tracklist - is also in circulation.
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  • Jimi's Hotel Room, The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 18.03.68 - "The Paul Caruso Rag / Abuse Session" ( aka. "The Dirty Tape")
  • Room Full Of Mirrors - Poetry Recital, Unknown Date and Location (spring 1968)
  • Pop Expo '69, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA 30.03.69 (Jam with Delaney & Bonnie)
    (Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Sessione: Home recordings [ ] / 20 min incl.conversation) Low Gen
    [Tracklist: "All Along The Watchtower" (6) / Caruso Insult Session / "Bright Lights, Big City" (3)]
    (Poetry Recital: Home Recording [ ] / 21 min.; Hendrix reciting poetry over a number of recordings incl. "Closer To The Truth" by Eric Burdon & The Animals) Low Gen
    (Pop Expo '69: Aud [P] / 16 min. incl. Backstage interview by Jay Harvey for KDAY Radio) Low Gen
    notes:
    - Digitally Restored version of The Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Session is available.
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  • Jimi's Hotel Room, The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 18.03.68 - "The Paul Caruso Rag / Abuse Session" ( aka. "The Dirty Tape") - Bob Terry Tape
  • Room Full Of Mirrors - Poetry Recital, Unknown Date and Location (spring 1968) - Bob Terry Tape
    (Paul Caruso Rag/Abuse Session: Home recordings [ ] / 19:18 incl.conversation)
    [Tracklist: "All Along The Watchtower" (6) / Caruso Insult Session / "Bright Lights, Big City" (3)]
    (Poetry Recital: Home Recording [ ] / 21:53; Hendrix reciting poetry over a number of recordings incl. "Closer To The Truth" by Eric Burdon & The Animals)
    notes:
    - Initially distributed @ www.crosstowntorrents.org 2011.

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  • International Ballroom, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC 10.03.68; 1st Show
    (Aud [ ] / 36:12) No Gen info

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  • International Ballroom, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC 10.03.68; 1st Show - Tony Brown Tape
    (Aud [ ] / 35:03) No Gen info
    notes:
    - Initially distributed @ www.crosstowntorrents.org october 2011 as "Hilton Hotel Upgrade".
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  • Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA 15.03.68; 2nd Show & Interviews
    Available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live at Clark University".

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  • Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY 17.03.1968 (2CDR)
    (Sbd [ ] / 49:55 + 30:38)
    Disc 1: Instrumental Jam; 6:17 / "Drunk Again"; 17:00 / JL2; 8:42 / "Little Wing" (7); 9:11 / "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (4); 8:45
    Disc 2: "Stormy Monday"; 8:22 / "Three Little Bears" (7); 15:52 / JL1; 6:24
    notes:
    - Circulated by JVW @ Easytree sept.2004.
    ..
  • Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 1st Show
    3 tracks from this concert - "Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (19), "Fire" (102) and "Purple Haze" (128) - are available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Paris / Ottawa 1968".

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  • Superconcert, Capitol Theatre, Ottawa 19.03.68; 2nd show - Sbd Source
    Available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live in Ottawa".
    notes:
    - Includes the incomplete "Wild Thing" (16) omitted from most bootleg-releases of this show.

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  • Public Music Hall, Cleveland, OH 26.03.68; 2nd Show (TFT)
    (Aud [G] / 61 min / Complete 2nd Show)
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  • Public Music Hall, Cleveland, OH 26.03.68; 2nd Show - Fake Stereo Mix
    (Aud / 61 min / Complete Show / Fake Stereo mix [Some separation created by using different EQ for each channel]) 3rd Gen or Lower
    notes:
    - Digitally restored and Speed corrected version is available on ATM 074 "Cleveland Rocks"
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  • Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 (Jam with B.B.King) (2CDR)
    (Sbd [VG] / 94 min incl.tracks without Hendrix [50:21 / 43:18])
    Disc 1: "Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues" (No Hendrix involvement); 8:24 / "Kooper's Shuffle" (i) (No Hendrix involvement); 7:48 / "Like A Rolling Stone" (6); 7:49 / JL4 > JL5; 25:57
    Disc 2: "Intro by B.B.King" (JL6); 1:34 / "Slow Blues" (JL7 > JL8); 18:33 / "Fast Blues" (JL9); 6:42 / "It's My Own Fault"; 9:33 / "Intro by B.B.King" (JL6); 6:56

    notes:
    - Circulated at Sharing The Groove april 2004.
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  • Generation Club, New York City, NY 15.04.68 (Jam with B.B.King) (2CDR)
    (Sbd [VG] / 114 min incl.tracks without Hendrix [60:54 / 52:27] / Complete tape)
    Disc 1: "Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues" (No Hendrix involvement); 6:38 / "Kooper's Shuffle" (i) (No Hendrix involvement); 7:09 / "Kooper's Shuffle" (i) (continued) (No Hendrix involvement); 6:07 / "Kooper's Shuffle" (i) (conclusion) (No Hendrix involvement); 1:05 / "Like A Rolling Stone" (6); 8:18 / JL4 (i); 11:54 / JL4 (i) (continued); 7:29 / JL5; 6:12 / "Intro by B.B.King" (JL6) > JL7 (i); 5:42
    Disc 2: "Intro by B.B.King" (JL6) > JL7 (i); 6:57 / "Slow Blues" (JL7 (continued) > JL8); 13:41 / "Fast Blues" (JL9); 6:32 / "It's My Own Fault"; 8:35 / "Slow Blues" (JL7 > JL8); 16:42
    notes:
    - Some portions of the recordings are repeated on these CDs, suggesting the total length of the tape is longer than it actually is.
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  • "Gypsy Eyes" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 29.04.68
    (Sbd [ ] / 4:15; 2 takes of "Gypsy Eyes" [2:02 + 2:13])
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.crosstowntorrents.org nov.2011.
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  • Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 1st Show
    (Aud [ ] / 7:33 / "Wild Thing" (33) only)
    notes:
    - Only the closing number "Wild Thing" (33) has so far surfaced, but it seems likely that a recording of the whole show exists. The available recording fades in before the spoken intro to the song, and runs to what seems to be the end of the tape.
    - In 2012 a previously uncirculated live recording of "Red House" surfaced, presumably from The Village Theatre, New York City, NY 1967. Both venue and date for this recording remain uverified, but it has also been suggested that the track might actually be another part of the Fillmore East 10.05.68; 1st Show recording.
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  • Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show (2CDR)
  • Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 30.11.68 - 1st & 2nd Source
    (Fillmore East: Aud [VG] / 60 min) Low Gen
    [Tracklist: "Lover Man" (9) / "Fire" (22) / "Foxy Lady" (28) / "Red House" (19) / "Hey Joe" (28) / "The Sunshine Of Your Love" (6) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (8) / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ?" (4) / "Purple Haze" (37) / "Wild Thing" (19i)]
    (Detroit <a>: Aud [G+] / 34 min / 1st Source) Low Gen
    [Tracklist: Intro / "Fire" (41) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (19) / "I Don't Live Today" (23) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (34i) / "Red House" (34i)]
    (Detroit <b>: Aud [G+] / 42 min / 2nd Source [Foley] (aka The "Detroit Fire" Tape) - Incomplete) Low Gen
    [Tracklist: "Fire" (41) / "I Don't Live Today" (19) / "Red House" (34i) / "Foxy Lady" (48) / "Hey Joe" (40) / "Purple Haze" (57) - omitted: "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13)]
    notes:
    - The Fillmore East recording includes 0:46 of the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) plus various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all pre-2007 bootleg versions of this show.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 28, p.27-32 for a comprehensive review of the Detroit tapes (Online version available here).
    - More complete versions of both Detroit sources are available on ATM 231-232 "Detroit, MI 30.11.68 - Both Sources".
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  • Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show
    (Aud [VG] / 62 min) 2nd Gen
    Tracklist: "Lover Man" (9) / "Fire" (22) / "Foxy Lady" (28) / "Red House" (19) / "Hey Joe" (28) / "The Sunshine Of Your Love" (6) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (8) / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ?" (4) / "Purple Haze" (37) / "Wild Thing" (19i)
    notes:
    - Includes 0:46 of the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) plus various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all pre-2007 bootleg versions of this show.
    - Digitally restored version is available on ATM 093 "Bill Graham Presents The Jimi Hendrix Experience".
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  • Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show
    (Aud [VG] / 54:56) 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > CDR] - 1st Transfer
    Tracklist: "Foxy Lady" (28) / "Red House" (19) / "Hey Joe" (28) / "The Sunshine Of Your Love" (6) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (8) / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ?" (4) / "Purple Haze" (37) / "Wild Thing" (19i)
    notes:
    -
    This version of the Fillmore East recording is incomplete as it's missing "Lover Man" (9) and "Fire" (22). It does however include various between-song chat and tune-ups plus 0:40 of "Wild Thing" (19) omitted from all pre-2007 bootleg versions of this show. Most Collectors' Discs do however have a slightly longer "Wild Thing" (19) at 0:46, and the longest version in circulation clocks in at 3:16 (3:13 when speed adjusted) (Refer to the entry below).
    - The Pitch varies throughout this tape.
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  • Fillmore East, New York City, NY 10.05.68; 2nd Show
    (Aud [VG] / 56:06) 1st Gen [Master > Cassette > CDR] - 2nd Transfer
    Tracklist:
    "Lover Man" (9) / "Fire" (22) / "Foxy Lady" (28) / "Red House" (19) / "The Sunshine Of Your Love" (6) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (8) / "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window ?" (4) / "Purple Haze" (37i) / "Wild Thing" (19i)
    notes:
    - This version of the Fillmore East recording includes various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all pre-2007 bootleg versions of this show. It also includes 3:16 (3:13 when speed adjusted) of "Wild Thing" (19), while other Collectors' Discs only features 0:46 of this track, and all pre-2007 bootlegs fail to include the track all together. Sadly, this version of the recording is still incomplete, as "Hey Joe" (28) fades out on the opening chord, and the recording doesn't resume again until after the song is over, and a portion of "Purple Haze" (37) is also missing.
    - The Pitch varies throughout this tape; On "Red House" (19) alone the pitch sags by about 7% from start to end of the track (!).
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  • Miami Pop Festival, Gulf Stream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 18.05.68 (Sbd [ ] / 20:40) Master [Master > DAT > CDR]
    notes:
    - Circulated by BP @ Easytree october 2004.
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  • Teatro Brancaccio, Rome 25.05.68
    (Aud [ ] / 48:45 / Complete 1st Show + fragment of 2nd Show / Unedited tape) Master > CDR [Master > wav > flac]
    Tracklist: 1st Show: Intro > "I Don't Live Today" (55); 2:22 / "I Don't Live Today" (55) Cont'd; 1:24 / "Hey Joe" (76); 4:09 / "Stone Free" (37); 3:56 / "Manic Depression" (16); 5:58 / "Foxy Lady" (117); 3:22 / "Red House" (104); 10:36 / "Wild Thing" (34); 5:53 / "Wild Thing" (34) Cont'd; 2:04 / 2nd Show: Intro > "Fire" (104) > "Stone Free" (38); 8:55
    notes:
    - The 2nd Show fragment consists of a single track with several cuts: 0:00-2:02 Intro > 2:02-5:00 "Fire" (104) > 5:00-8:13 "Stone Free" (38) > 8:13-8:55 Introduction to "Red House" (105).
    - According to Jimpress issue 92 p.62 the "tape cuts out shortly after the start of "Red House" from the second show", but here this tape ends after the spoken inroduction to the track. Seeing this (allegedly) is an unedited version of the tape, what Jimpress lists as "Red House" (105) apparently just includes the intro and the tuning leading up to the song, and nothing of the actual song itself.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 93, p.54-57 for a comprehensive review of the Rome recording.
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  • Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show - 1st Source
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  •  Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show - 1st Source
    (Aud [ ] / 37:20 / 1st Source) 3rd Gen
    notes:
    - Circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org september 2013 (listed as "Tape Sourced").
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  • Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show - 2nd Source
    (Aud [R] / 41 min / 2nd Source) 1st Gen
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  • Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68; 1st Show - 2nd Source 1st Gen
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  • Beat Monster Konzert, Hallenstadion, Zurich 30.05.68
    (Aud [ ] / 45:36 / Taper: Arnold Soder) Master > CDR
    Tracklist: The Move: "Sunshine Help Me" (last bit only - 0:15) > The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Tune-ups > Introduction by Giorgio Frapolli; 3:36 / "Tax Free" (23); 8:55 / "Fire" (107i); 4:13 / "Hey Joe" (120); 5:51 / "Foxy Lady" (80); 4:59 / "Red House" (105); 11:00 / "Purple Haze" (130) > Farewell by Giorgio Frapolli; 7:02
    notes:
    - This recording was "discovered" in 2000 but didn't come into general circulation until may 2013.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 99, p.4-22 for a comprehensive review of the existing Zurich recordings.
    - More info about the Zurich concerts available at
    http://www.monsterkonzert.ch and http://monsterkonzert.blogspot.com.
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  • Beat Monster Konzert, Hallenstadion, Zurich 31.05.68 - 1st Source
    (Aud [R] / 52 min / 1st Source)
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 99, p.4-22 for a comprehensive review of the existing Zurich recordings.

    - More info about the Zurich concerts available at
    http://www.monsterkonzert.ch and http://monsterkonzert.blogspot.com.
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  • Beat Monster Konzert, Hallenstadion, Zurich 31.05.68 - 1st Source
    (Aud [R] / 53:31 / 1st Source) 1st Gen
    notes:
    - As distributed @ www.dimeadozen.org nov.2009. xxx
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 99, p.4-22 for a comprehensive review of the existing Zurich recordings.
    - More info about the Zurich concerts available at
    http://www.monsterkonzert.ch and http://monsterkonzert.blogspot.com.
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  • "It must be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68 1st or 2nd Gen
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  • "It must be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68
    (Aud [G] / 10:35 / Complete show incl. Interiew) ["Stone Free" (11); 3:57 / Interview > "Mockingbird"; 2:38 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (24); 4:00]; Low Gen Video Source - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected
    Filler: Radio Ad for the concert at Curtis Hixton Hall, Tampa, FL 18.08.68 - 1:17
    notes:
    - "It Must Be Dusty" portion circulated at Easytree december 2004 as "Dusty Upgrade".
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  • "It must be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borehamwood 05.06.68
    (Aud [G] / 9:58 / Complete show incl. Interiew) ["Stone Free" (11); 4:05 / Interview > "Mockingbird"; 2:11 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (24); 3:41] TV Broadcast > Reel-to-reel > * > Cassette > CDR
    [* There's probably another Reel-to-reel in the lineage before the cassette.]
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org dec.2007.
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  • Woburn Music Festival, Woburn Abbey, Woburn 06.06.68
    Available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live at Woburn".

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  • Seattle, WA 02.08.68
    The 1994 Bootleg "Little Wing" (Oil Well RSC 036 CD / ftbfs: B451) claims to feature recordings from Seattle 02.08.68, but does in fact only recycle officially released material from Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10-12.10.68. In reality Hendrix played in San Antonio on 02.08.68, and the recordings in question are neither from San Antonio, Seattle nor 02.08.68. The only known Hendrix recordings from Seattle are those from Sicks Stadium 26.07.70.
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  • Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 04.08.68; 1st Show
  • Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 - 1st Source (PRIV 039)
    (Houston: Aud [G] / 36 min) 2nd Gen
    (Cologne: Aud [F] / 29 min) 2nd Gen
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  • Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 04.08.68; 1st Show (Olvator transfer)
    (Aud [G] / 30:08)
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.crosstowntorrents.org and www.dimeadozen.org april 2008 (Distributed as a possible upgrade).
    - Gap with unrelated music between 2:46 and 3:00 in "I Don't Live Today". This version of the recording runs considerably faster than the versions on ATM 168-169 "Way Down in Texas Land Vol.3" (pitch is 1 1/2 step higher here) and JA 028 "Concerts 1968 Vol.8" (pitch is 1 step higher here), and also has more high-end EQ when compared to those. (Thanks to Emil for these observations)
    -j
  • Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 04.08.68; 1st Show
    (Aud [G] / 32:00) Low Gen
    notes:
    - As distributed @ www.crosstowntorrents.org summer 2011.

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  • Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 10.08.68; 2nd Show 4th Gen
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  • Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 10.08.68; 2nd Show Master
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  • Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, IA 11.08.68
    (Stereo Aud [G] / 46 min) Low Gen
    notes:
    - The venue for the Davenport show was for many years erroneously identified as the Colonial Ballroom.
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  • Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD 16.08.68 (KdL)
    (Aud [F] / 45:21) 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - As distributed by JVW @ www.dimeadozen.org april 2006 and @ www.crosstowntorrents.org april 2008.
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  • Curtis Hixton Hall, Tampa, FL 18.08.68
    No recording of this concert is known to exisxt, but a 1:17 Radio Ad for the Show is available.

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  • New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY 23.08.68
    (Aud [R] / 58 min [Almost Complete Show *]) Master
    [* 2 cuts during "Red House" (24)]
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  • Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ 04.09.68 (TFT)
    (Aud [G] / 61 min) 4th Gen
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  • Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ 04.09.68
    (Aud [G] / 63 min) Lower Gen ? [note: More hiss than on the above version, most likely due to more high-end EQ]
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  • Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ 04.09.68
    (Aud [G] / 62 min) 1st Gen
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  • Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver 07.09.68
    (Aud [ ] / 60 min) Master or 1st Gen (?)
    Tracklist: Intro / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (101) / "Hey Joe" (81) / "Are You Experienced" (24 ) / "Come On (Part 1)" (32) / "Little Wing" (20) / "Foxy Lady" (122) / "Red House" (108) / "Fire" (108) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (67) / "Purple Haze" (131) [cut]

    notes:
    - One continous track without index marks.
    - Some digital clicks are present on this recording, especially on the last 3 songs.
    - Digitally restored version is available.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 103 p.4-8 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
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  • Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA 08.09.68
    (Aud [R] / 21:30) 2nd Gen *
    [* Long believed to be a Master Clone, new information (2005) shows that the Spokane recording is actually 2nd Gen (Master > Cassette > Cassette > CDR).]
    notes:
    - "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" is introduced after "Little Wing" (9), but is not included on the tape.
    - Circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org february 2006.
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  • Memorial Auditorium, Portland, OR 09.09.68
    (Aud [G] / 64 min / Complete show) Low Gen
    Filler: Acetate 1967 ["The Stars that Play with Laughing Sam's Dice" (1)] Digitally Restored from "Electric Gypsy" (ftbfs: B403)
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  • Memorial Auditorium, Portland, OR 09.09.68 (TFT)
    (Aud [G] / 64 min / Complete show) 2nd Gen
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  • Memorial Auditorium, Portland, OR 09.09.68
    (Aud [G] / 65 min / Complete show) No Gen info (likely Very Low Gen)
    notes:
    - Part of JPIO APE-Vine with "Just Wrap Me In Cellophane And Sell Me" 29.11.2003.
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  • Memorial Auditorium, Portland, OR 09.09.68
    (Aud [G] / 65 min / Complete show) Master Clone
    notes:
    - Identical to ATM 167 "Portland '68"
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  • Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA. 14.09.68
    (Aud [ ] / 68:04 / Almost Complete Show) 1st Gen Cassette > CDR [2011 transfer]
    notes:
    - Restored ATM upgrade is available (1st Gen).

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  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68-12.10.68 - Bob Terry Tape (8CDR)
    [Quote from the release notes (Edited): "There are two different mixes for the first two shows. The first one is the one we are used to. The alternate mix has the drums mixed more up front. [... ] [The 10.10.68 2nd Show also] has a much longer chat/intro/tuneup than before ... By the way you'll notice there are missing tracks compared to previous releases, that's just the way these tapes are."]
    notes:
    - Lineage: Bob Terry Source Tapes > RCA 630HF HI-Fi Stereo VHS recorder (SP speed, audio only mode) > Lucid analog to digital converter > firewire > Macbook > SoundStudio > .wav > flac. ("This RCA deck is the actual deck used to record these tapes. Great to have as hi-fi audio played back on a non-original machine usually picks up a 60 kHz hum.")
    • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st Show (Sbd [ ] / 40:30)
      Tracklist: Intro; 3:33 / "Are You Experienced?"; 7:22 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"; 7:54 / "Red House"; 14:55 / "Foxy Lady"; 6:19
    • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show (Sbd [ ] / 43:13)
      Tracklist: "Tax Free"; 14:02 / "Lover Man"; 5:18 / "Sunshine Of Your Love"; 9:39 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'"; 14:14

    • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show (Sbd [ ] / 42:57)
      Tracklist: Intro; 5:31 / "Are You Experienced?"; 16:45 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"; 9:28 / "Red House"; 11:14
    • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show (Sbd [ ] / 75:07)
      Tracklist: Intro; 3:09 / "Tax Free"; 20:57 / "Spanish Castle Magic"; 10:16 / "Like A Rolling Stone"; 12:55 / "Lover Man"; 6:14 / "Hey Joe"; 5:13 / "Fire"; 4:47 / "Foxy Lady"; 5:19 / "Purple Haze"; 6:16
    • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 1st Show (Sbd [ ] / 65:33)
      Tracklist: Intro; 3:42 / "Fire"; 3:33 / "Lover Man"; 5:10 / "Like A Rolling Stone"; 12:01 / "Foxy Lady"; 7:06 / Mitch & Noel Jam; 10:15 / "Tax Free"; 9:33 / "Hey Joe"; 6:45 / "Purple Haze"; 3:41 / "Wild Thing"; 3:43
    • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68; 2nd Show (Sbd [ ] / 71:49)
      Tracklist: Intro; 1:41 / "Foxy Lady"; 5:43 / Changing Amps; 3:46 / "Manic Depression"; 5:41 / "Sunshine Of Your Love"; 9:37 / "Little Wing"; 4:48 / "Spanish Castle Magic"; 6:14 / "Red House"; 13:39 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"; 6:37 / "Star Spangled Banner"; 5:32 / "Purple Haze"; 8:29
    • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 1st Show - Alternate mix (Sbd [ ] / 42:47)
      Tracklist: "Red House"; 15:19 / "Foxy Lady"; 5:29 / "Like A Rolling Stone"; 9:49 / "Star Spangled Banner"; 5:30 / "Purple Haze"; 6:40
    • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68; 2nd Show - Alternate mix (Sbd [ ] / 65:52)
      Tracklist: Intro; 5:43 / "Tax Free"; 14:16 / "Lover Man"; 4:30 / "Sunshine Of Your Love"; 10:04 / "Killing Floor"; 3:39 / "Hey Joe"; 6:12 / "Star Spangled Banner"; 7:59 / "Purple Haze"; 7:28

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  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show - Soundboard & 1st Audience Source Compilation
    (Stereo Sbd [VG+/E] except 1st Show; "Foxy Lady" (39), "Star Spangled Banner" (9) & "Purple Haze" (49): Aud (1st Source) [ ] / 60 min / Complete Show) J
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  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st Show - Soundboard & 1st Audience Source Compilation
    (Stereo Sbd [VG+/E] except 1st Show; "Foxy Lady" (39), "Star Spangled Banner" (9) & "Purple Haze" (49): Aud (1st Source) [ ] / 61 min / Complete Show) J
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  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show - 1st Audience Sources (2CDR) 3rd Gen ?
    (1st Show: Aud [ ] / 49 min / 1st Aud Source) P
    (2nd Show: Aud [ ] / 55 min / 1st Aud Source) P
    notes:
    - "Purple Haze" (50) (from 2nd Show) is missing on all versions of this source, and most likely wasn't recorded.
    - This is the Raw Source for the 3rd Gen tracks used on ATM 202-203 "Winterland 11.10.68 (Winterland Old Source)".
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  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 2nd Show - 1st Audience Source
    (Aud [ ] / 52 min / 1st Aud Source -> Incomplete tape: "Foxy Lady" (40) is incomplete) A
    notes:
    - "Purple Haze" (50) is missing on all versions of this source, and most likely wasn't recorded.
    .
  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show - 1st Audience Source: "The Evan Tape" (2CDR) 1st Gen
    (1st Show: Aud [ ] / 36 min / 1st Aud Source ["Are You Experienced" (11) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (29) / "Star Spangled Banner" (9) / "Purple Haze" (49)])
    (2nd Show: Aud [ ] / 58 min / 1st Aud Source ["Spanish Castle Magic" (13) / "Tax Free" (9) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (10) / "Lover Man" (12) / "Hey Joe" (37) / "Fire" (35)])
    notes:
    - The So-called "Evan Tape" is an incomplete 1st Gen transfer of the Original Master. Apparently the Master no longer exists.
    - This is the "original version" of the Evan Tape, with tracks out of order: 1st Show + "Spanish Castle Magic " (13) from the 2nd Show are on Disc 1 - the rest of the 2nd Show is on Disc 2.
    - This Set is identical to the VoodooChile CDR-Tree version of 2002.
    .
  • Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68; 1st & 2nd Show - 1st Audience Source: "The Evan Tape" (2CDR) 1st Gen
    (1st Show: Aud [ ] / 36 min / 1st Aud Source ["Are You Experienced" (11) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (29) / "Star Spangled Banner" (9) / "Purple Haze" (49)])
    (2nd Show: Aud [ ] / 58 min / 1st Aud Source ["Tax Free" (9) / "Spanish Castle Magic" (13) / "Like A Rolling Stone" (10) / "Lover Man" (12) / "Hey Joe" (37) / "Fire" (35)])
    notes:
    - The So-called "Evan Tape" is an incomplete 1st Gen transfer of the Original Master. Apparently the Master no longer exists.
    - This version of the "Evan Tape" has the tracks restored to the correct order.
    - This is the Raw Source for the 1st Gen tracks used on ATM 202-203 "Winterland 11.10.68 (Winterland Old Source)".
    .
  • Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN 02.11.68
    (Aud [ ] / 33:54 incl. Pre- and Post-show interview by Tony Glover for the "Hoollabaloo" Magazine) Low Gen
    notes:
    - The story goes that the taper taped the 1st show completely and had only a limited amount of tape left to record the 2nd show with. This is the pre- and post- 2nd show interviews plus what he taped of the 2nd show. Most songs are only snippets, and only "Red House" (30) is complete. The tape of the 1st show is presumably lost or destroyed.
    - As distrubuted by JVW @ www.dimeadozen.org august 2005.
    .
  • Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN 02.11.68
    (Aud [ ] / 33:38 incl. Pre- and Post-show interview by Tony Glover for the "Hoollabaloo" Magazine) 3rd Gen
    notes:
    - The story goes that the taper taped the 1st show completely and had only a limited amount of tape left to record the 2nd show with. This is the pre- and post- 2nd show interviews plus what he taped of the 2nd show. Most songs are only snippets, and only "Red House" (30) is complete. The tape of the 1st show is presumably lost or destroyed.
    - As distrubuted by JVW @ www.dimeadozen.org april 2006 (Upgrade of the august 2005 version).
    .
  • Boston Garden, Boston, MA 16.11.68 (KdL)
    (Aud [F] / 40 min) Low Gen
    -
  • Boston Garden, Boston, MA 16.11.68
    (Aud [F] / 41 min) 1st Gen (?) - Speed corrected
    Filler: Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA 04.07.70 ("Red House" (71) [Sbd Space mix]) plus Outtake 1968 ("Come On - Part 1" (1)).
    -
  • Boston Garden, Boston, MA 16.11.68
    (Aud [F] / 41 min) 1st Gen - Speed corrected / Digitally Restored
    notes:
    - Identical to the version available as part of ATM 139-140 "New England Patriot".
    -
  • An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show - 1st Source
    (Aud [ ] / 23:45 / 1st Source) 1st Gen [Master > Reel to Reel > DAT > CDR]
    notes:
    - Circulated by BP @ www.dimeadozen.org june 2005.
    -
  • An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show - 1st Source
    (Aud [ ] / 23:55 / 1st Source)
    notes:
    - Circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org september 2013 (listed as "Tape Sourced").
    -
  • An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show - 2nd Source
    (Aud [R] / 74 min / 2nd Source / Almost Complete show) Low Gen
    -
  • An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show - 2nd Source
    (Aud [R] / 73 min / 2nd Source / Almost Complete show) 2nd Gen
    -
  • An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show - 2nd Source
    (Aud [ ] / 74:18 / 2nd Source)
    notes:
    - Circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org september 2013 (listed as "Tape Sourced").
    -
  • An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY 28.11.68; 1st Show - 3rd Source
    (Aud [ ] / 77:19 / 3rd Source)
    notes:
    - Circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org september 2013 (listed as "Tape Sourced").
    -
  • Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 30.11.68 - 1st & 2nd Source Low Gen
    -
  • Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 30.11.68 - 2nd Source: The "Detroit Fire" Tape
    (Aud [G+] / 47 min / 2nd Source [Foley] - The "Detroit Fire" Tape*)
    [* Slightly incomplete version as "Purple Haze" (57) is cut]
    Tracklist: "Fire" (41) / "I Don't Live Today" (19) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) / "Red House" (34i) / "Foxy Lady" (48) / "Hey Joe" (40) / "Purple Haze" (57i)
    notes:
    - Part of the DM Tape transfers.
    -
  • Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 30.11.68 - 2nd Source: The "Detroit Fire" Tape (TFT)
    (Aud [G+] / 47 min / 2nd Source [Foley] - The "Detroit Fire" Tape) 2nd Gen
    Tracklist: "Fire" (41) / "I Don't Live Today" (19) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) / "Red House" (34i) / "Foxy Lady" (48) / "Hey Joe" (40) / "Purple Haze" (57)
    notes:
    - A truncated version of this tape - without "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) - is also in circulation.
    -
  • Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 30.11.68 - 2nd Source: The "Detroit Fire" Tape
    (Aud [G+] / 4:36 / 2nd Source [Foley] - The "Detroit Fire" Tape) 2nd Gen
    Tracklist: "Fire" (41) / "I Don't Live Today" (19) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) / "Red House" (34i) / "Foxy Lady" (48) / "Hey Joe" (40) / "Purple Haze" (57)
    notes:
    - A truncated version of this tape - without "Sunshine Of Your Love" (13) - is also in circulation.
    - As distributed @ www.dimeadozen.org oct.2010. XXX
    -
  • Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, IL 01.12.68 (BEN)
    (Aud [R] / 66 min / Complete Show) 1st Gen
    -

Recordings 1969-1970

  • Lorensbergs Circus, Gothenburg 08.01.69; 2nd Show (2CDR)
    [aka. "Through the Eyes of Tomorrow"]
    (Aud [G] / 82 min / Complete 2nd Show)
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  • Lorensbergs Circus, Gothenburg 08.01.69; 2nd Show (2CDR)
    (Aud [G] / 85 min / Complete 2nd Show) Low Gen
    -
  • Lorensbergs Circus, Gothenburg 08.01.69; 2nd Show (2CDR)
    (Aud [G] / 83:04 / Complete 2nd Show) 1st Gen? [Master > Cassette > CDR*]
    [* This disc is supposedly made from a cassette copy of the master, but seeing the recording shows signs of being compressed, the provided info is probably wrong, and there may even be a lossy stage in the actual lineage.]
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.thetradersden.org oct.2007.
    - Verified 1st Gen copy is available.
    -
  • Lorensbergs Circus, Gothenburg 08.01.69; 2nd Show - 2nd Source
    -
  • Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show - "Near Tape"
    (Aud [ ] / 70:40 / Complete Show - "Near Tape") 1st Gen
    -
  • Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show - "Near Tape"
    (Aud [ ] / 71:25 / Complete Show - "Near Tape") 1st Gen
    notes:
    - As distributed @ www.dimeadozen.org (without "Tax Free") and www.thetradersden.org (complete) august 2010.
    -
  • Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 1st Show - "Far Tape"
    (Aud [ ] / 66:02 / Complete Show - "Far Tape") Low Gen
    -
  • Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen 10.01.69; 2nd Show
    (Aud [ ] / 28 min) Low Gen
    notes:
    - As circulated @ www.electricskychurch.org oct.2007.
    -
  • Musikhalle, Hamburg 11.01.69; 1st Show (TFT)
    (Aud [F] / 65 min / Almost Complete Show)
    -
  • Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 - 1st Source (TFT)
    (Aud [F] / 29 min / 1st Source)
    notes:
    - The Cologne 1st Source was formerly mis-identified as Beethovensaal, Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69; 1st Show
    -
  • Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 - 1st Source 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - The Cologne 1st Source was formerly mis-identified as Beethovensaal, Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69; 1st Show
    -
  • Sporthalle, Cologne 13.01.69 - 2nd Source
    (Aud [ ] / 55 min / 2nd Source)
    Filler: Unidentified studio instrumental featuring guitar, organ, bass and drums; 3:40.
    notes:
    - The left channel is overdriven and badly clipped. The pitch also starts to rise about 1/2 way through the tape, slowly at first and then accelerating toward the end.
    - Refer to ATM 179 "Cologne 13.01.69 - 2nd Source" for a Speed corrected and modified version of this source.
    - Without index marks.
    - Refer to UniVibes issue 45, p.3-4 (online version available here) and Jimpress issue 75, p.17-18 for comprehensive reviews of this tape.
    - The Complete recording is 57:38, but the Cologne portion is only 55:00. The remaining 2:38 sounds like something by Santana, which seems to indicate that the Cologne show was recorded over a recording of Santana.
    -
  • Halle Munsterland, Munster 14.01.69 - 1st Source
    (Aud [R] / 46 min / 1st Source) 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 84, p.13-17 for a comprehensive review of the available Munster recordings.
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  • Halle Munsterland, Munster 14.01.69 - 1st Source
  • United Block Association Benefit, 139th Street near Lennox Ave., Harlem, New York City, NY 05.09.69 (KdL)
    (Munster: Aud [R] / 48 min / 1st Source) Lower Gen
    (United Block Association Benefit: Aud [P] / 25 min) Low Gen
    notes:
    - Münster 1st Source walkthrough: {"Come On (Part 1)" (18) and "Spanish Castle Magic" (62) are missing on this source; The tape starts with 0:27 of crowd noise recorded at some point before "Spanish Castle Magic" (62), then cuts, 1/2 second of Jimi beginning to say "Thank you!" right after "Spanish Castle Magic" (62), cuts again, 0:03 of Jimi speaking, followed by another cut and then 0:31 of tuning}, "Red House" (41) {cut 0:12 after the song ends, and resumes 0:03 before the next; 0:57 missing}, "Fire" (48), {cut 0:11 after the song ends, and resumes 0:13 into the next song; 0:20 missing}, "Foxy Lady" (53) {start cut (0:13 missing)}, {cuts 0:10 after the song ends, resumes 0:07 before the next; unkonwn portion missing}, "All Along The Watchtower" (7), {cut 0:04 after the song ends, resumes 0:02 into the next song; 1:05 missing}, "Hey Joe" (44) {start cut (0:02 missing)}, {cut 0:08 after the song ends, 0:22 missing, cut, 0:04 missing, cut, 0:03 missing and resumes 0:01 into the next song}, "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (48), {start cut (0:01 missing)}, "Purple Haze" (62) {cut at 3:45; 0:31 missing}, {tape ends a couple of seconds after the song ends}.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 84, p.13-17 for a comprehensive review of the available Munster recordings.
    -
  • Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg 16.01.69; 1st Show
    (Aud [F] / 55 min -> Incomplete tape: "Hey Joe" (45) is missing)
    -
  • Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg 16.01.69; 1st Show (BEN 026)
    (Aud [F] / 60 min / Complete Show) 2nd Gen
    -
  • Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg 16.01.69; 1st Show
    (Aud [F] / 56:48 / Complete Show) 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Presumably the same transfer as used for ATM 147-151 Rev.A "Jimi In Germany", but with the level increased so much that it has resulted in clipping, most notably during the drum adjustments in the intro and the louder parts of "Fire" (49).
    -
  • Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg 16.01.69; 1st Show - Tony Brown Tape
    (Aud [F] / - / Complete Show) Aud; No Gen info available
    notes:
    - 2012 transfer initially distributed @ ww.crosstowntorrents.org april 2012 as "1969-01-18 Nuremberg Raw".
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  • Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17.01.69; 2nd Show - 1st Source
    (Aud [G] / 68 min ) Low Gen
    Filler: Home Recording, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY summer 1969: "Back On The Desert" (aka. "Dance On The Desert") > "Acoustic Medley"
    notes:
    - The Frankfurt recording includes the incomplete "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (44) omitted from "Burning at Frankfurt" (ftbfs: B498)
    -
  • Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17.01.69; 2nd Show - 1st Source
    (Aud [G] / 77:44 incl. filler) 2nd Gen *
    Filler: "Beat Beat Beat", Stadthalle, Offenbach 18.05.67: Sbd; 1st Gen from TV Broadcast [TV > cassette > DAT > CDR]
    [* Although the Frankfurt recording was initially believed to be a Master Clone [Master > DAT > CDR], new information shows that the recording is actually 2nd Gen with the following lineage: Master (4-track reel) > Reel (2-track) > Reel (one track of a 4-track reel) > DAT > CDR. This is however still the best available version of this recording, and possibly also the best surviving master.]
    [Frankfurt Source walthrough: "Come On - Part 1" (9) > "Fire" (50) (loud analog pop at 4.12) > "Red House" (43) > "I Don't Live Today" (30) > "Little Wing" (13) > "Foxy Lady" (55) > cut > "Sunshine Of Your Love" (21) (incl. several drop-outs) > "Hey Joe" (46) (incl. several drop-outs) > "Purple Haze" (64) (incl. several drop-outs, volume drops suddenly at 8.14, analog? pop at 7.40) > cut > "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (44) (start slightly cut, volume rises suddenly at 0.21, end cut)]
    notes:
    - This is the same disc as JA 011 "Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17th Jan.1969 (2nd show) - Master", but with an additional track ("Purple Haze" (11) from Offenbach 18.05.67) and without the index mark clicks present on the JA-version; JA 011 is actually just a flawed copy of this disc, and with one track missing.
    - The Frankfurt recording has no index mark between "Hey Joe" (46) and "Purple Haze" (64).
    - The Frankfurt recording includes the incomplete "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (44) omitted from "Burning at Frankfurt" (ftbfs: B498).
    - This version of the Frankfurt recording is the same that was distributed @
    www.crosstowntorrents.org august 2009 without the Offenbach filler.
    -
  • Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt 17.01.69; 2nd Show - 2nd Source
    (Aud [ ] / 39:59) Lineage: Master cassette recorded with handheld microphone onto Philips cassetterecorder > speaker > mic > Sony TC-355 reel to reel at 3 3/4 ips > WAV > MP3 > WAV (splitting and re-arranging tracks) > FLAC > CDR *
    [* Quote from the release notes: "The history of the recording is as follows: Taper Rick M. taped part of the show on cassette with a portable Philips cassetterecorder. Later on in 1969 he transferred the original cassette onto a reel using a handheld microphone. The original cassette was discarded after this transfer session. So, unfortunately, no 'line-dub' exists, this 'mic-dub' is the only version still existing. There are ambient noises introduced during the mic-dub, like doors opening, some coughing and other domestic sounds not on the original recording. A few years ago the taper transferred the reel to digital format, and as the mp3 he made of it sounded just as good as the WAV file he discarded the WAV and only kept the mp3. The reel itself is lost now, so any version of this 2nd source is sourced from a mp3 sourced from a microphone-dub of a tape that once sounded at least as good as the familiar [1st] source."]
    Tracklist: "Come On - Part 1" (9) [cut during the final solo] / "Fire" (50) / "Red House" (43) / "I Don't Live Today" (30) / "Little Wing" (13) / "Foxy Lady" (55)
    notes:
    - As distributed @ www.crosstowntorrents.org oct.2008.
    -
  • Beethovensaal, Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69; 1st Show (2CDR)
    (Aud [ ] / 81:31 incl.the full set by opening act Eire Apparent; Hendrix set only: 44:15) 2nd Gen*
    Tracklist: Fritz Rau intro / Eire Apparent: "Price Of Love" / "Highway 61" / "Blues" / "Gloria" / The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Intro / "Come On - Part 1" (31) / "Fire" (105) / "I Don't Live Today" (56) / "Hey Joe" (77) / "Foxy Lady" (119) (cut) / "Star Spangled Banner" (55) / "Purple Haze" (129) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (100) (incl."Cat's Squirrel")
    [*
    Quote from the Release notes: "Harald Rapp, the taper, was 16 back in 1969, and it was pure coincidence that he happened to tape this Jimi Hendrix show. He just had gotten his Phillips cassette recorder and only took it along to try it out. Not at all in a tape trading community, Harald almost forgot about his tape until it was relocated during the research for a radio special about the January 69 German tour of Jimi Hendrix. This is a 2nd gen copy. The master cassette was dubbed onto reel in the early 70ties, and later this cassette was made from the reel, sadly omitting two tracks, "Red House" [sic.] and "Sunshine of Your Love". Unfortunately, the master and source reel do not exist anymore ..."]
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 92, p.11-14 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
    - The Cologne 13.01.69 1st Source was formerly mis-identified as Beethovensaal, Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69, 1st Show, but this mistake was detected when the more complete Cologne 2nd Source surfaced in 2003. The Real Stuttgart recording surfaced in january 2010 and came into circulation in march the same year.
    -
    At the time of its discovery in 2010 this 2nd Gen copy was believed to be the best surviving master, but in I 2013 the taper managed to locate the 1st Gen reel, which also includes the portion that's missing here; The remainder of "Foxy Lady" (119) plus "Stone Free" ( ) and "Sunshine Of Your Love" ( ). That isof course now the best surviving master, making this an inferior and incomplete version of the tape.

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  •  Beethovensaal, Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69; 1st Show
    (Aud [ ] / 57:42 / Complete Show) 1st Gen (Best surviving Master; Raw transfer)
    Tracklist: Intro / "Come On - Part 1" (31) / "Fire" (105) / "I Don't Live Today" (56) / "Hey Joe" (77) / "Foxy Lady" (119) / "Stone Free ( ) / "Sunshine Of Your Love" ( ) / "Star Spangled Banner" (55) / "Purple Haze" (129) / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (100) (incl."Cat's Squirrel")

    notes:
    - This Complete version of Harald Rapp's Stuttgart-tape was re-discovered in 2013 and came into circulation in 2014. In addition to being a Generation upgrade it also included the complete "Foxy Lady" (119) plus "Stone Free" ( ) and "Sunshine Of Your Love" ( ) that were missing from the 2nd Generation tape.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 92, p.11-14 for a comprehensive review of the incomplete 2nd Generation version of this tape.

    - The Cologne 13.01.69 1st Source was formerly mis-identified as Beethovensaal, Liederhalle, Stuttgart 19.01.69, 1st Show, but this mistake was detected when the more complete Cologne 2nd Source surfaced in 2003.
    - As circulated @ www.dimeadozen.org july 2014.

    -
  • Stimmen der Welt, Großer Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna 22.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show (2CDR) (TFT)
    (Aud [F] / 47 + 34 min / 1st Show Complete + 2nd Show) 3rd Gen
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  • Stimmen der Welt, Großer Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna 22.01.69; 1st & 2nd Show
    (Aud [F] / 78:23 / 1st Show Complete + 2nd Show) 1st Gen
    notes:
    - As distributed @ www.dimeadozen.org aug.2010.
    -
  • Sportpalast, Berlin 23.01.69 - Dressing Room Coversation
    -
  • Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69; Rehearsals & Show - New 2003 Source
    (Stereo Sbd [ ] / Rehearsals & Show / New 2003 Source) Low Gen (1st or 2nd Gen ?)
    notes:
    - Some unidentifiable music is audible in the background in the most quiet sections of the tape. This is likely due to leakage from an unrelated audio souurce introduced during a previous analog copying stage.
    - This Disc was initially offered as a Vine on JPIO 08.11.2003 as "He Was A Friend Of Ours - Raw Version", but was withdrawn prior to general circulation.
    - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected version available: ATM 220 "Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals".
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  • Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 - Jimi Hendrix mix
    -
  • Pop Expo '69, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA 30.03.69 (Jam with Delaney & Bonnie) (Incomplete)
    -
  • Pop Expo '69, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA 30.03.69 (Jam with Delaney & Bonnie)
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  • The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69 (TFT)
    (Aud [F] / 64 min)
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  • The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69
    (Aud [F] / 66 min)
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  • The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69 - The so-called "Waikiki Shell 1969" Tape (TFT)
    (Aud [F] / 53 min)
    notes:
    - Edited version of the Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69 recording falsly circulated around 1996 as a recording from Waikiki Shell, Honolulu 01.06.69.
    - This is the same tape that was later released on the Major Tom bootleg MT 014 "Live in Honolulu" (ftbfs: B576).
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  • Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 19.04.69
    (Aud [ ] / 13:16) Master [Reel-to-Reel > CDR]
    Tracklist: Intro; 0:21 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" ( ); 6:56 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" ( ); 5:58
    notes:
    - This is the complete Hendrix-portion of the concert recording, which also includes the track "I Can Hear The Grass Grow" by openig act Fat Matress.
    - These recordings have been circulateded on a CD together with some other recordings made by the same taper at Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 19.10.69. Total time for that CD is 53:19, and the complete tracklist is as follows:
    19.04.69: Fat Mattress: "I Can Hear The Grass Grow"; 4:30 / The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Intro; 0:21 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" ( ); 6:56 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" ( ); 5:58 / 19.10.69: The Moving Sidewalks: "Salt Lick"; 2:53 / Unknown title; 3:22 / Bubble Puppy: "What Do You See"; 2:37 / Unknown title; 4:44 / Janis Joplin & The Full Tilt Boogie Band: "Raise Your Hand"; 5:08 / Unknown title; 11:21 / "Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)"; 5:22.

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  • Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX 19.04.69
    (Aud [ ] / 13:50) Master [Reel-to-Reel > CDR]
    Tracklist: Intro; 0:40 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" ( ); 6:56 / "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" ( ); 6:13
    notes:
    - This recording is seemingly 0:34 longer than the version listed above, but that's a truth with modifications. The musical content of these two versions are exactly the same, and the time difference is simply a result of different speed and different index marks. This version runs a little slower, and therefore is a little longer when measured in minutes and seconds.
    - As distributed by BP @ www.dimeadozen.org july 2007.
    -
  • Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX 20.04.69
  • Sportpalast, Berlin 23.01.69 - Dressing Room Coversation (KdL)
    (Dallas: Aud [F] / 56 min) Low Gen
    (Berlin: Backstage Recording [ ] / 8:35) Low Gen
    notes:
    - The Berlin Dressing Rooom Concersation includes an excerpt of "Fire" (53) and some intro to the song (0:14) not featured in the Berlin 23.01.69 Concert recording.
    -
  • Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX 20.04.69
    (Aud [F] / 54:06) Low Gen
    notes:
    - "Purple Haze" (72) and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (51) are longer on this version of the tape than on the version featured on JA 054.
    - As distributed by JVW @ www.dimeadozen.org july 2005.
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  • "Mannish Boy" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 22.04.69
    (Sbd [ ] / approx. 80 min / Incomplete Session)
    notes:
    - Circulated at Easytree october 2004.
    -
  • Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 - Soundboard Source (2CDR)
    (Sbd [ ] / 80:09 / Complete show) 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - Both indexed and non-indexed versions exist. The non-indexed version has the recording divided into two files/tracks.
    -
  • Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 - Mixing Session
    (Sbd [ ] / 67 min / Alternate mixes from Sbd Source Mixing Session) Low Gen
    notes:
    - This Disc features 20 tracks: 17 incomplete mixes of "Tax Free" (14) [8:16; 2:10; 2:39; 2:11; 2:48; 1:15; 2:14; 0:16; 1:40; 0:27; 2:43; 0:11; 8:53; 3:44; 2:00; 7:33; 10:09], 2 incomplete mixes of "Foxy Lady" (64) [0:31; 4:38] plus a slightly incomplete mix of "Star Spangled Banner" (22) [2:43]]
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  • Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 - 1st Audience Source
    (Aud [ ] / 78 min / 1st Aud Source [Long])
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  • Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 - 2nd Audience Source / Raw Source
    (Aud [ ] / 43 min / 2nd Aud Source [Short]) 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Includes a 0:20 fragment of "Villanova Junction" (11) from Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 at the end, as on the original 1st Gen tape.
    - This Source suffers from numerous clicks / pops, especially on "Red House" (50).
    - Without index marks.
    - Digitally Restored version available as part of the Collector's Set "American Soul".
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  • Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 - 2nd Audience Source
    (Aud [ ] / 43 min / 2nd Aud Source [Short]) 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Includes a 0:20 fragment of "Villanova Junction" (11) from Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA 25.04.70 at the end, as on the original 1st Gen tape.
    - This Source suffers from numerous clicks / pops, especially on "Red House" (50).
    - Identical to the version available as part of ATM 177-178 "In the West", but slightly differently indexed.
    - Digitally Restored version available as part of the Collector's Set "American Soul".
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  • Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA 27.04.69 (2CDR)
  • Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67; 1st Show - 1st Source
    (Oakland: Aud [ ] / 84 min / Complete Show) 2nd Gen
    (Stockholm: Aud [G] / 35 min / 1st Source) 2nd Gen
    Filler: "Little Miss Lover" (3) / "Slow Walkin' Talk" (1)
    notes:
    - The Oakland recording is the Raw Source of Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live at Oakland Coliseum"
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  • Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA 27.04.69
    Available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Live at Oakland Coliseum".

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  • Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 02.05.69
    The 1st Source from Detroit, MI 30.11.68 was initially believed to be a recording of the 02.05.69 show, and was circulated as such until the discovery of the 2nd Source. No real recording of the 02.05.69 show is known to exist.

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  • Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto 03.05.69 (PRIV 040)
    (Aud [G] / 70 min / Complete Show) 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 20 for a comprehensive review of this tape.
    - Digitally Restored version available: ATM 144 "Lookin' For Trouble".
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  • Record Plant, New York City, NY 07.05.69 - "Things I Used To Do" Jams (Jam with Johnny Winter) (TFT)
    (Studio session with Johnny Winter, Stephen Stills & Dallas Taylor / 30:17 / Complete)
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  • Record Plant, New York City, NY 07.05.69 - "Things I Used To Do" Jams (Jam with Johnny Winter)
    (Studio session with Johnny Winter, Stephen Stills & Dallas Taylor / 11:53 ["Earth Blues" (1) Jam])
    (Studio session with Johnny Winter, Stephen Stills & Dallas Taylor / 30:22 / Complete) DAT Source
    (Studio session with Johnny Winter, Stephen Stills & Dallas Taylor / 30:40 / Complete)
    notes:
    - Three different versions of the same recordings; The first version is the best, but unfortunately only features the track "Earth Blues" (1) Jam. The 2nd version (30:22) has some serious problems/noises in the left channel during the first 2 tracks [JS20 & "Earth Blues" (1) Jam].
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  • Memorial Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, AL 15.05.69
    Fake recording circulated in the early 1990's. This tape was merely a edited mix of recordings from Boston, MA 16.11.68 and Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69.

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  • Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 18.05.69 - 1st Source (Yelen)
    (Aud [F] / 73 min / Complete Show) Low Gen
    notes:
    - The Yelen source includes the complete and unedited "Red House" (55), as opposed to the Kulick source used for (a.o.) "The Roman Coliseum" (ftbfs: B530).
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  • Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA 23.05.69
    Fake recording circulated in the early 1990's. Featuring 5 songs hacked to bits and lasting only 8 min's in total, these are actually excerpts of a Randy Hansen concert with vocal parts removed. There are no known recordings from the actual show.

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  • International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69 (Yeager)
    (Aud [ ] / 63:40 / Complete Show) Master > YouTube compressed audio*
    [* No lossless version of this recording is currently in circulation]

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  • Waikikii Shell, Honolulu, HI 30.05.69 / 31.05.69 / 01.06.69
    Rumours of a recording from Honolulu 1969 (30.05.69, 31.05.69 or 01.06.69) had existed for many years, and around 1997 an alleged tape from 01.06.69 came into circulation. The tape did however soon turn out to be nothing more than an edited version of the Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69 recording, although it did later also find it's way onto the Major Tom bootleg MT 014 "Live in Honolulu" (ftbfs: B576). The Rumours of the Honolulu recording did however persist, and a real recording - most likely from 30.05.69 - did eventually come into circulation in 2004.

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  • Waikikii Shell, Honolulu, HI 30.05.69
  • Royal Albert Hall, London 24.02.69 - Jimi Hendrix mix
    (Waikiki Shell: Aud [F] / 22:34)
    Tracklist: Intro; 2:40 / "Lover Man" (48); 4:03 / Chat > "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (62); 0:47 / "Fire" (96); 3:31 / "Stone Free" (34); 2:21 / "Foxy Lady" (111); 5:10 / "Spanish Castle Magic" (60); 4:02
    (Royal Albert Hall: Stereo Sbd [ ] / 30:46 / Jimi Hendrix mix) Low Gen
    "Red House" ( ); 11:23 / "Foxy Lady" ( ); 6:03 / "Hear My Train A-Comin'" ( i); 3:25 / "Sunshine Of Your Love" ( ); 1:50 / "Bleeding Heart" ( ); 8:05
    Honolulu notes:
    - Although a recording of one of the 1969 concerts in Honolulu, Hawaii had been rumoured to exist for many years, this tape didn't see the light of day until 2004. By then several fake versions allegedly recorded 01.06.69 had however already made their way to the public, including an edited version of the Philadelphia, PA 12.04.69 concert recording released on the bootleg "Live in Honolulu" (Major Tom MT 014 / ftbfs: B576).
    - The Jimi Hendrix Experience performed three nights at the Waikiki Shell in Honolulu may-june 1969, and a high degree of uncertainty surrounds the exact date for this particular recording; The correct date might as well be 31.05.69 or 01.06.69 as the 30.05.69 date given here.
    - "Hear My Train A-Comin'" (62) is just 0:04 of the intro.
    - The Sound of this recording is very muddy, but it can be improved by using a graphic equalizer and rolling the bass end off at around 125 / 250 Hz and boosting the top end at 1 kHz and 2 kHz. Everything from 4 kHz and upwards is noise so it can be cut. (info: Jimpress issue 77, p.38)
    - Same as ATM 230 "Honolulu '69".
    - Equalized version is available.
    - Refer to Jimpress issue 77, p.38 and UniVibes issue 48, p. 19-20 comprehensive reviews of this tape.
    RAH notes:
    - Alternate mixes allegedly done by Jimi Hendrix for inclusion on an unreleased Live album.
    - The same mixes featuring the complete version of "Hear My Train A-Comin'" ( ) is available on ATM 046-047 "Los Angeles 1969".
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  • Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, San Fernando 20.06.69 - Soundboard Source (BEN)
    (Sbd [VG] / 63 min) 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source.
    - As released on ATM 113 "Newport Rvisited"
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  • Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, San Fernando 20.06.69 - Soundboard Source - Bob Terry Tape
    (Sbd [VG] / 63:11)
    notes:
    - "Red House" (58) has the start cut on all versions of the Sbd Source.
    - Same recording as released on ATM 113 "Newport Rvisited", but without any generation info.
    - Circulated @ www.crosstowntorrents.org september 2011.
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  • Newport Jam, Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69 - Soundboard Source - Bob Terry Tapes #13 & 22 (2CDR)
    (Sbd [ ] / 85:23)
    notes:
    - Circulated @ www.crosstowntorrents.org may 2012.
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  • The Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 (BEN 050)
    (Aud [VG] / 64 min / Almost Complete show) 2nd Gen
    notes:
    - Speed corrected version is available on ATM 118 "Denver Pop"
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  • The Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 (24 Bit/96kHz) (Weedwacker transfer) (Audio DVD)
  • The Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69 (16 Bit/44.1kHz) (Weedwacker transfer)
    (Aud [ ] / 69:29 / Almost Complete Show + filler*) 2nd Gen [Audio DVD: 2nd Gen cassette > PC > wav 24/96 > wav 24/48 (adobe audition) > DVD (lplex) / CD: 2nd gen cassette > PC > wav 24/96 > wav 16/44 (adobe audition) > flac]
    [* Creedence Clearwater Revival (28.06.69): "Born On The Bayou" / "Bad Moon Rising"]
    [Quote from the Release notes: [.... This is a fresh transfer from a] verified lineage 2nd gen tape [...]. Clear but mono recording. I'd rate it a VG at the minimum. The tape deteriorates towards the end of the Star Spangled Banner and continues into Purple Haze before the song finally cuts out. Of note this is the final show the original Experience ever played. The Creedence Clearwater Revival tracks are also from the 1969 Denver Pop Festival and were filler at the end of the tape.]
    notes:
    - As circulated @ The Traders' Den february 2008 (24-bit: 13.02.08, 16-bit: 14.02.08).
    - This is the first concert recording of Jimi Hendrix in Audio DVD format to come into general circulation.
    - The Audio DVD must be played on a DVD player and can not be played on a regular Audio CD player.
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  • The Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO 29.06.69
    (Aud [VG] / 64 min / Almost Complete show) 1st Gen
    notes:
    - Digitally Restored version is available on ATM 207 "Denver Pop Festival 29.06.69"
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  • "Tonight Show", NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69 - Composite
    (Sbd Composite [ ] / 12:24 / Live & Interview by Flip Wilson) [Interview / "Lover Man" (19, 20) / Closing remarks] Digitally Restored
    notes:
    - Without index marks.
    - This is the most complete version of the "Tonight Show" apperance available, and includes everything up to and including the introduction of the next artist.
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  • Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, NY 10.08.69
    (Aud [G] / 39 min) Low Gen
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  • Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, NY 10.08.69 <PA>
    (Aud [G] / 39 min) 1st Gen
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  • Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, NY 10.08.69
  • "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67
  • Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 (Jam with Eric Burdon & War) Old version (Incomplete) (PRIV 013)
    ("Christmas on Earth Continued": Sbd [VG] / 10 min / Compiled from Vinyl- & Video sources )
    (Tinker Street Cinema: Aud [G] / 39 min)
    (Ronnie Scott's Club: Aud [G] / 19 min [incomplete; Old vers