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THE JIMI HENDRIX LIST

THE '60s LIVE

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Top of The Pops Dec 29, 1966: Prof Goody FIXED VERSION [no label 1CD dime 322327] live at BBC Lime Grove Studios, Dec 29, 1966. Two versions of Hey Joe recorded for BBC's TOTP. Both versions were played, one for rehearsal in the morning and the other played live for evening broadcast. The reb'cast version is from Feb 2, 1967 and not as good in quality. Ex SBD stereo. Prof Goody has fixed the pitch and speed issues. Tk 1 is the rehearsal take. Tk 2 is a merge of the original b'cast and re-b'cast of Hey Joe. Very short CD.

Jimi Hendrix - European (Radio) Broadcasts Collection 1966-1967, FM (BP, X/2005 2CD traders den 125740) Sourced from Masters and Low Generation Reels - Very Rare. From various sources (Musicorama, Top of the Pops, Saturday Scene, Twenclub, Beat Beat Beat and others) all assembled in one convenient set. Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix - Live In Europe 1966-1970 [Rock Giants RG7001 6CDs demonoid 2576633] Manufacturered under licence from Michael Jeffrey Estate. Released in 2010 in a limited edition.
CD1 live at L'Olympia, Paris, France, Oct 18, 1966 and more.
CD2 live at L'Olympia, Paris, France, Oct 9, 1967 + Vitus TV studio, Bussum, Holland, Nov 10, 1967.
CD3 live at Sporthalle, Koln, Germany, Jan 13, 1969.
CD4 live at Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany, Jan 17, 1969, second show.
CD5 live at Sportpalast Berlin, Germany, Jan 23, 1969 + Arhus, Denmark, Sept 2, 1970
CD6 live at Isle of Fehmarn, Germany, Sept 6, 1970 for Love And Peace Festival.
Ex FM? Stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Radio Station, Hamburg 1967 [no label 1CD] live in Studio 1, NDR Radiohouse, Hamburg, Germany, Mar 18 1967. 5 songs short. Ex FM stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Radio Station, Hamburg 1967: UPGRADE Pre-FM [no label 1CD crosstown 41614] live in Studio 1, NDR Radiohouse, Hamburg, Germany, Mar 18 1967. 5 songs short plus interview. Ex pre-FM stereo. Surfaced in November 2010. This is taken from the station's master reel.

Jimi Hendrix - Margaritas Ante Porcos [no label 1CD demonoid 1618592] tks 2-6 live at Tivoli Garden, Stockholm, Sweden Sept 4 1967. All other tracks studio or live audience and radio promo spots, 1967-1970. Fan compilation by E. VG to Ex mono/ stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - The VPRO Archive 1967 [Watchtower WT2004122 1CD] live Vitus Studio, Bussum, Holland, Nov 10 1967. Ex SBD. From TV source.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Hoepla" (Tarantura 1CD tradersden 115289) live at Vitus Studio, Bussum, Netherlands, Nov 10, 1967. This appears to have been released after 2008. It is the latest release of this excellent show. Watchtower and Rattlesnake also released this same show much earlier. Ex SBD? stereo. TT: 29:14m. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix - No More A Rolling Stone [HAZE 004 2CD] CD1 - Live at Monterey Pop Festival 1967. CD2 - Live In Stockholm 1967. Released 2004 by Purple Haze Records. Ex SBD stereo. Grey label release.

Jimi Hendrix - BBC DAT Masters [JPIO 2CD] Jimi Pass It On releases the BBC DAT masters - raw tapes with no EQ or edits of Hendrix and the Experience in London as recorded by the BBC Feb to December 1967. CD2 includes a 1967 Brian Matthews interview with Jimi and Keuth Altham's 1970 interview with Jimi. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Live 1968: Paris, Ottawa [Dagger 1CD] Tks 1-9 live at Olympia Theatre, Paris, France, Jan 20, 1968. Tks 10-12 live at Capitol Theatre, Ottawa, Canada, Mar 19, 1968, first show. VG to VG+ stereo? NOT FOR TRADE.

Jimi Hendrix - Black Devil [Great Dane] - Live Olympia, Paris Jan 29 1968

Jimi Hendrix - Music Hall, Houston, Texas 1968 (no label 1CDR) live at Music Hall, Houston, TX Feb 18, 1968 [Complete Show]. VG AUD mono. 1st generation tape.

Jimi Hendrix - Woke Up This Morning & Found Myself Dead [no label 1CD] jam with Jim Morrison Mar 7 1968, New York. Ex SBD

Jimi Hendrix - It's Only A Paper Moon [Luna] - Live Fillmore East, NY, Mar 10 1968 [8] + Col Ballroom Aug 11 1968 [1] + San Jose Pop Fest May 25 1969 [1]

Jimi Hendrix - Cafe Au Go-Go [no label 2CD] live Mar 17 1968, New York. With Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop, Harvey Brooks, Herbie Rich and Buddy Miles. Gd SBD.

Jimi Hendrix & BB King - Generation Club 1968 [no label 2CD] live at Generation Club, New York, Apr 15 1968. Hendrix plays on 5 of 7 tracks. Ex SBD.

Jimi Hendrix & BB King - Generation Club 1968 [no label 1CD version] live at Generation Club, New York, Apr 15 1968. Hendrix plays on 5 of 7 tracks. Ex SBD. This version has been remastered and edited slightly to fit an 80min CD.

Jimi Hendrix - Generation Club 1968: UPGRADE [no label 2CD Torrent: 110769] live at Generation Club, New York, Apr 15, 1968 with BB King and Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Here’s what was done with this upgrade:

1. Cross-mix channels (80:20 ratio) - instruments are now clearer and separate in the mix
2. Fixed different levels pre- and post- flips
3. Fixed the tape flip / Glitches (details below in set list)
4. Gentle 2db Nero noise reduction (just to take the edge off the noise, not affect the music)
5. Eliminated 8 min of drunken BB King forgetting band members names (now fits on a CD-R90)
6. Edited / Cross-faded most tracks for smooth track-to-track transitions (sounds like a real show)

This version has 2 extra tracks at the beginning, tuning and jam. Band: Jimi Hendrix - guitar & vocals; B.B. King - guitar & vocals; Elvin Bishop - guitar & vocals; Buzzy Feiten - bass; Paul Butterfield - harmonica; Al Kooper - organ; Philip Wilson - drums; Stuart ? - piano; Don Martin - guitar. Ex SBD stereo. Too bad 8 mins of drunken BB King was edited out.

Jimi Hendrix & Friends - Jammin' With Jimi [Voodoo Chile Records VC 9004 6CD demonoid 1809356] CD 1 Generation club early to mid April 1968. jam with BB King and others. CD 2 track 1 generation club NYC 7th April 1968. jam with buddy guy ''wake at generation''. track 2 unknown New York City night club april 1968. CD 3 tracks 1-4: Newport pop festival, 22nd june 1969 jam. tracks 5-11: Jimi's house, Shokan, Woodstock possibly 14 Aug 1969. CD 4 tracks 1-12: Jimi's house Shokan, Woodstock possibly 14th Aug. 1969. CD 5 tracks 1-3: Jimi's house, Shokan, Woodstock possibly 14 aug 1969 tracks 4-12: Jimi's house, Shokan. 13th-22nd September 1969 with Mike Ephron on piano. CD 6 tracks 1-6 Jimi's house, Shokan. 13th-22nd September 1969 with Mike Ephron on piano. Tracks 7-10: live jam, Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock NY,10th aug.1969. Released November 2008 in a limited edition of 2000 and licensed from the Michael Jeffrey estate. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo. Sound quality varies.

Jimi Hendrix - Miami Pop Festival 1968 [no label 1CD] live at Gulfstream Racetrack, Florida, May 18 1968. Two sources of the same show. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Miami Pop Festival 1968 [no label 1CD, 1VCD] live at Gulfstream Racetrack, Florida, May 18 1968. Second show. Ex soundboard. VCD featuring onstage and backstage scenes, black & white pro-shot. Presented by Joint Production.

Jimi Hendrix & Dusty Springfield - It Must Be Dusty! 1968 [no label 1CD] three tracks from the Dusty TV show, June 5 1968 at Elstree Studio, England. Dusty and Jimi duet on Mockingbird. VG SBD.

Jimi Hendrix - The First Rays of The New Rising Sun [Living Legend] - Apartment demos 1968 [3] + Live in New York Nov '68 [3] + live in USA '67 [3] + live in USA '68 [4]

Jimi Hendrix - The Lost Winterland Tracks 1968 [no label 2CD] CD 1 live at Winterland, San Francisco, Oct 10 1968 [2nd show]. Ex SBD. CD 2 Winterland, Nov 10, 1968 [2nd show]. Ex SBD. Both discs are taken from the 4-CD set The Ultimate Live Collection.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Complete Wimterland Collection [WKP 6CDs] CD1+2 live at Winterland, San Francisco, Oct 10 1968 [1st and 2nd show]. CD3+4 Oct 11 1968 1st and 2nd show plus extras live at Civic Opera House, Chicago, Feb 25 1968. CD5+6 Oct 12 1968 1st and 2nd show. Ex SBD stereo

Jimi Hendrix - Three Nights At Winterland [2006 Limited Edition 6CD] Six complete October 1968 Winterland performances presented together for the first time officially licensed from the estate of Hendrix's former manager, Michael Jeffery. This is a numbered, limited edition - only 2,000 copies world-wide.
CD1 1st show 10th October 1968
CD2 2nd show 10th October 1968
CD3 1st show 11th October 1968
CD4 2nd show 11th October 1968
CD5 1st show 12th October 1968
CD6 2nd show 12th October 1968

"Given that these recordings have been assembled from a variety of different sources, the sound quality (with the exception of the last 3 tracks on Disc 3, which, as the soundboard tape mysteriously stopped running, have been taken from a less-than perfect audience recording) is excellent, and as usual, Jimi's virtuoso delivery is as varied and unpredictable as ever, as are the technical problems which were invariably the sub-text of the majority of Hendrix concerts."

These shows have been released several times as bootlegs. Ex SBD stereo with exceptions noted above.

On The Killing Floor - Jimi Hendrix [Swingin' Pig 2CD] - Live Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden, Jan 9 1969

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Hamburg Second Show 1969 Uncirculated (no label 1CD dime 452782) live at Musikhalle, Hamburg Jan 11, 1969, 2nd show. First part (Tks 1-4) heavily eq´d, taped by Wilfried Lilie. "This concert was taped by W. Lilie, who hid the microphone under his coat for the first 4 songs, as he was afraid someone would find out he was taping. Thank God he did not give a shit anymore after that, as we now have a very nice sounding recording for the remaining tracks. The last known live version of Driving South...1969...ultra rare! All thanks have to go to Wilfried for sharing his tape with us! Transferred by Doc Tinker and Olvator in 2010. Thanks for your help, Doc!" The first 4 tracks were heavily equalized for better listening purposes, no noise reduction was applied. The remaining tracks have been left untouched. VG AUD stereo? TT: 67:08m. Source is master tape. Brought to you by olvator 06/2013. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Nurnberg, Germany 1969, Second Show, NEW TO CIRCULATION (no label 1CD dime 536281) live at Meistersingerhalle, Nürnberg, Germany, Jan 16, 1969, 2nd show. Source from taper's reel to reel master. The taper, Heiner B was 16 when he recorded this show. VG AUD stereo. Shared on Dime by olvator, August 2015. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Stuttgart 1969 [no label, 1CD dime 498030] live at the Liederhalle, Stuttgart, Germany; January 19, 1969 (first show upgrade; complete). Lost tape found in 2009. GD AUD stereo. Shared by olvator in July 2014. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix - Valleys Of Neptune [Dragonfly DF260207 1CD] The making of Valleys Of Neptune track Feb 22, 1969 to June 26, 1970. Various studio sessions spanning 1969 to 1970. Mostly from bootleg sources. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Vally of Sunsets: Revised EDITION Mar 1 2010 [Jellycat 1CD demonoid 2199614] fan compilation of Valleys of Neptune & Valleys of Neptune related tracks NOT on original Valleys of Neptune 12 Track CD, including the 2 vinyl 45's, and all the CD promos, gizzits etc, but not including any vinyl LP trax. This revision includes the FREEBIE Red House as track 12 (of 14) - see notes; ONLY this is the full wav version NOT MP3 or converted MP3. Ex SBD stereo. Full details of sources in the artwork.

Jimi Hendrix - Prince Albert Does Not Bite the Hand That Feeds [Crimp Cut 4CD] live Royal Albert Hall, London, UK 1969. CD1 Feb 18, 1969. CD2 Tks 1-4 Feb 18. Tks 5-12 Rehearsals Feb 24. CD3 Feb 24 concert. CD4 Tks 1-5 Feb 24. Tks 6-10 Feb 24 concert alternate mixes. The Feb 18 show is VG AUD stereo. The Feb 24 rehearsals are Ex SBD mono. The Feb 24 show and alternate mixes are Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - First Night At The Royal Albert Hall Upgrade, SOUNDBOARD (EAT 34-35 2CD dime 535689) live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, Feb 18, 1969. Recently surfaced soundboard recording of Hendrix's first show of two at the Royal Albert Hall. Lineup: Jimi Hendrix - lead vocals, guitar, Mitch Mitchell - drums and Noel Redding - bass guitar, backing vocals. "Despite the preparations, the February 18 show was a disaster. Jimi played brilliantly, but Redding and Mitchell were lifeless. (Chas) Chandler was irate with them. 'It truly was one of the worst shows I had ever seen,' he told McDermott. 'Up until that point I had been supportive of the group, because I thought that they made for a good unit. Now I felt it was time they got thrown out.' Under the circumstances, the show gave (Mike) Jeffrey little that he could use for a live album." Ex SBD stereo. First circulated in 2015. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix - Rockin' Rehearsals: Albert Hall 1969 [no label 1CD] fan bootleg of rare rehearsals at Royal Albert Hall, Feb 24 1969. Ex SBD. I believe this is newly discovered recordings.

Jimi Hendrix - Rockin' Rehearsals Bonus [no label 1CD] Tracks 1-4 are from Royal Albert Hall, Feb 24 1969. + bonus tracks. Ex SBD

Jimi Hendrix - He Was A Friend Of Ours [JP10 1CD] Live at Royal Albert Hall, Feb 24 1969. These are the rehearsals before the show. Ex SBD stereo

Jimi Hendrix - He Was A Friend of Ours: REMASTERED [JPIO Tree Version 2 CD] CD 1 Rehearsals at Royal Albert Hall, London, Feb 24, 1969. CD 2 Tks 1-4 live at RAH, Feb 24, 1969. Tks 5-7 Olympic Studios, London, Feb 16, 1969. Tks 8-9 Record Plant, New York, Feb 11, 1969. Tks 10-16 Soundcheck at Berkeley Community Theatre, CA, May 30, 1970. "The main attraction of this set is a new and upgraded transfer of the recently discovered new source for the Royal Albert Hall rehearsals and concert. The initial version was made from a cassette copy of the original reel-to-reel tape, while this is a direct transfer of the same reel-to-reel tape." Ex SBD stereo. This is complete version.

Listen To This Eric - Jimi Hendrix Experience [JH 2CD] - Live Royal Albert Hall. Feb 24 1969

Jimi Hendrix - The Cat in the BeBop Hat [ATM 1CD] complete May 24, 1969 show in San Diego. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Newport 1969 Pop Festival [Watchtower 3CD NO COVER ART only setlist] live at San Fernando Valley State College, Devonshire Downs, Northridge California. CD 1 live on June 20 1969 with the Experience. CD 2 & 3 live on June 22 1969 with Eric Burdon [inaudible], Tracy Nelson, Buddy Miles, Cornelius "Snooky" Flowers, Terry Clements, Brad Campbell [bs for Janis Joplin] and Lee Oskar. CD 2 & 3 are live jams. VG-EX SBD.

Jimi Hendrix - Denver Pop Festival [no label 1CD] Mile High Stadium, June 29 1969, last Experience show with Noel Redding. Ex audience.

Jimi Hendrix - Looking Back: Complete Woodstock [Teddy Bear 2CD Pinkrobert] live at Max Yasgur's Farm, Woodstock Festival, Bethel, New York, Aug 18, 1969. This version includes guitarist Larry Lee singing and playing that was removed on the official release. Lineup: Jimmy Hendrix; Billy Cox - bs; Mitch Mitchell - drms; Larry Lee - rhythm gtr; Juma Sultan - perc; Jerry Veelez - perc. Ex SBD stereo. Most complete version so far.

Jimi Hendrix - Gypsy Sun And The Rainbows Sessions [no label 1CD] sessions at Hit Factory, New York, Aug 20-26 1969. Some sources place these recordings at Jimi house in Shokan, New York. Mainly it's Jimi and Mitch Mitchell exploring "Villanova Junction"? Recorded on 4-track. The flute on the tape is actually unrelated to this session. Whoever recorded this forgot to erase the tape completely hence the presence of a flutist in a Hendrix session! Ex- SBD stereo but there's plenty of hiss.

Jimi Hendrix - Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Shokan - UPGRADE [no label 3CD Torrent: 75215] Shokan was the house Jimi Hendrix stayed in New York City. These sessions recorded there was in August 1969. This is an upgraded version of the 3 disc Jimi Hendrix "Shokan" set. What has been UPGRADED - the earlier torrent omitted the alt mixes included in the original set, those are present here.
- 3 tracks have been upgraded, they now come from a lower gen source
- this upgraded version is "authorized" (for lack of a better word), ie the upgrade was done by the original compiler of the set, and the ape-files are the ones originally circulated, no conversions from one file format to another have been done.
The following tracks have been upgraded:
Disc 1
Track 10 Sundance
Disc 3
Track 5 Instrumental Jam (JA3)
Track 6 Jams / Villanova Junction (JA4-5)

Lineage is not known but the tapes are of low generation, perhaps circa 2nd or 3rd gen. None of this material has ever been released officially. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - This Flyer [Scorpio JH-08018 2CD crosstowntraffic 5256] live at Traver Hollow Road, Shokan, New York, Sept 19, 1969. Some tracks from August 1969, same venue. Lineup: Hendrix; Juma Sultan - flute/perc; Jerry Velez - perc; Mike Ephron - keyboards; Billy Cox - bs; Mitch Mitchell - drums. Taken from Jimi's original tapes, or so claims Scorpio. Ex SBD stereo. A 2008 release.

Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsys Rehearsals [no labels 2CD Torrent: 64192] live in New York, December 18-19, 1969. "This is a collection of the remaining Baggy Sessions not commercially released. The sound quality is good, although the vocals are low in the mix." Ex SBD stereo with vocals from left speaker.

Jimi Hendrix - Fillmore East Dec 31 1969, 2nd Show [no label 2CD] 3 source merge tape made in 2004. Pt SBD, Pt audience. Live in New York. With Band of Gypsys.

Jimi Hendrix - Truth & Emotion [HAZE 009 2CD] CD1 Another go at compiling Jimi's final sessions, First Rays of the New Rising Sun recorded in New York circa 1969. CD2 is live at International Sports Arena, San Diego, California, May 24, 1969. Often bootlegged show. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - First Rays Of The New Rising Sun: Working Concept And Studio Sessions (PDS Records & JellyCat - / xx.12.2007 / 2CDR)  Outtakes 1968-70; Material compiled to match Hendrix' handwritten notes of tracklist for the planned album "First Rays Of The New Rising Sun". CD1 Hendrix's Working Concept. CD2 Possible side D and First Ray's Sessions. Studio sessions for Hendrix's final album sessions taken from official releases, Dagger Records and grey labels. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE.

Jimi Hendrix & Larry Young - Record Plant jams 1969: Tom(P) master [no label 1CD crosstown 23292] 6 untitled jams and four tracks with Hendrix, Young, Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell. The untitled jams are from a record exec. Tks 7-10 are taken from the bootleg CD The McLaughlin Sessions. Mostly Ex SBD. 2009 Remaster by Tom Philips.


THE '70s LIVE

Jimi Hendrix - Does Everybody Feel Alright:IMPROVED VERSION [JPIO 028/ Mar 17 2003 1CD Torrent #67879] live at St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, Minnesota, May 3, 1970. Master or 1st Gen - Digitally Restored * & Pitch corrected (-4,1% ) [* Right Channel discarded, songs EQ'd (some bass added), normalized (5% gain) & In-between-song Chats amplified]. GD AUD mono? Univibes review of tape and show: http://www.univibes.com/JimiPlaysStPaul.html

Atlanta Special - Jimi Hendrix [Genuine Pig] - Live Atlanta Pop Festival, Apr 7 1970

Jimi Hendrix - LA Forum 1970: Remastered 2013 (no label 2CD dime 452274) live at the LA Forum, Inglewood, California, USA, April 25, 1970. "This show has been seeded before but not this length and quality as a combination of two really nice sounding masters (one monophonic and the other a more edited stereo recording). The previous share of this was monophonic and also much more edited and lower quality. The splices between these master sources are almost entirely during the tuning and talk between songs, with the exception of a little more than a minute during Ezy Rider. I received this version in a CD trade complete with the splices but cleaned it all up a lot by doing level adjustments and gradual pans between the segments to make the transitions much less obvious. I've listened to it all very closely and am very happy with how it turned out. Check the samples to get an idea for yourself." - grner1, May 31, 2013. Lineup: Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell. VG+ AUD stereo. TT: 85:53m. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix - Oklahoma, 1970 [no label 1CD] live at University of Oklahoma, Norman, second show, May 8 1970 with Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell. This show took place 4 days after the shootings at Ohio University that inspired Neil Young to write Ohio. Hendrix and band are on fire. GD+ AUD mono. Taped on reel to reel deck.

Jimi Hendrix - Protest Songs From Berkeley [Rattlesnake 3CDs] Two shows at Berkeley Community Centre May 30 1970 + 1CD of soundcheck. The Cry Of Love Tour. Excellent SBD.

Jimi Hendrix - Plays Berkeley: The Bob Terry Tape "Patched Version" [no label 2CD crosstown 5564] live at Berkeley Community Centre, May 30, 1970, Early Show. This is the Bob Terry Tape that surfaced in October 2011. Some cuts here and there and missing the last bit of Voodoo Child but patched from another source. Bob Terry was a very big Hendrix collector in the USA. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo. Hendrix with Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox.

Jimi Hendrix (w/ Billy Cox, Mitch Mitchell) - New York Pop 1970 [no label 1CD Torrent: 68291] live at Randall's Island, New York Pop Festival, July 17, 1970. Ex- SBD stereo. Tk 6 is audience sourced. Tk 3 removed as it appears on official release Voodoo Child: The Jimi Hendrix Collection. This appears to be a direct copy of the same show from an earlier Bootcity torrent.

Jimi Hendrix - Randall's Island 1970 [no label 1CD Zomb 2932] live at Randall's Island, NYC, July 17, 1970. This is a thir13en Remaster. The master tape has been Eqed and hiss removed. Some prefer this clean version. Ex SBD stereo.

Last American Concert Vol 1 + 2 - Jimi Hendrix [Swingin' Pig] - Live Haleakala Crater, Maui Hawaii July 30, 1970 early + late show.

Rare Masters Series Vol 3 - Jimi Hendrix [Genuine Pig] - Live Haleakala Crater, Maui Hawaii July 30, 1970. Less three tracks from Swingin' Pig version

Jimi Hendrix - Maui Wowee: The Bob Terry Tapes [no label 2CD crosstown 5776] live in an open field on the slopes of Haleakala Volcano, Maui, Hawaii, July 30, 1970. This was a hastily announced free concert. Only a few hundred fans turned up. Hendrix later played in Honolulu (August 1, 1970) for the last concert of his Cry Of Love Tour. Lineup: Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell - drums and Billy Cox - bass. This is from Bob Terry's Hi-Fi VHS soundboard source and from Bob Terry's Denon HD6/100 soundboard source. CD2 Tk7 has been patched from an audience recording. By all accounts it was a windy day and the sound was affected. VG+ SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Last Visit To Sweden Vol 1 [WatchTower 2CD] live at Stora Scenen Grona Lund, Stockholm, Sweden, Aug 31, 1970. VG+ AUD? stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Jimi's Last Visit To Sweden: Vol 2 [Watchtower 2CD] Live at Stora Scenen Liseberg, Liseberg Nojespark, Gotenburg, Sweden on Sept 1 1970. Ex AUD mono with Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox.

Jimi Hendrix - Away From This Rainy Cloud [no label 1CD] live at Fehmarn, Germany Sept 6 1970. Jimi’s last show. Sourced, merged and compiled from three audience tapes of the show.

THE '60s STUDIO

Jimi Hendrix - Out of The Studio Vol 1 [no label 1CD] various demos from 1967 includes cover of Michel Polnareff's Ma Pouppee Qui Fait No. Ex SBD.

Out Of The Studio Vol 2 - Jimi Hendrix [Delane] - Sessions from Nov 2, Nov 24 1966, Feb 7, Feb 23 + Mar 29 1967 for first two albums.

Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced? Outtakes [no label 2CD] Mostly the same source as Out Of The Studio Vol 2.

Jimi Hendrix - At The Beeb [no label 1CD demonoid 1762929] Live at the BBC studios, London, Feb to December 1967. Recorded for Saturday Club, Top Gear and Rhythm & Blues. "These are the highlights from Hendrix's 1967 BBC sessions in the best possible sound quality. This set was compiled from the true mono BBC masters and not the poor fake stereo tape dubs used for "Radio One" and "BBC Sessions". The songs have been edited together to flow straight through like a radio broadcast or session tape. I wanted to keep the set down to a concise single disc, so the extra session material included on "BBC Sessions" has been excluded, however, this disc is more complete than "Radio One". This set was designed for audiophiles, but even the casual listener will notice an improvement over the official releases. There was no compression or noise reduction added in the remastering process." -nd. The tracklist is identical to the official release Radio One but with bonus tracks. This set was compiled from pre-FM sources and NO OFFICIAL versions were used. Ex pre-FM MONO.

Jimi Hendrix - Maximum Hendrix: The Making of Are You Experienced [ATM 109-112 4CD] Released in 2000. 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 three European singles; stereo and 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]. A fan project. Ex SBD stereo. This collection takes the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix from his arrival in London in 1966 and up to Axis: Bold As Love sessions [ATM 158-160].

Jimi Hendrix - The Voodoo Chile Sessions [no label 1CD tradersden 24546] live at the Record Plant, New York, May 2 and 3, 1968. Recorded by Eddie Kramer. All the studio outtakes for this track recorded over two days in May 1968. On May 2 they recorded the blues version. On May 3 they recorded the "slight return" version. Ex SBD stereo.

The Sotheby Auction Tapes - Jimi Hendrix [Midnight Beat] - Studio sessions, acetates and two tracks live for BBC 1969.

Jimi Hendrix - The Sotheby Auction Tapes [no label 1CD] this is the Kathy Etchingham tapes auctioned at Sotheby Dec 22, 1981. Contains mostly Axi-Bold As Love mixes.

Jimi Hendrix - Sotheby Plus Masters [*no label 2CD] The famous Sotheby Tapes 1968 taken from the master reels. Ex SBD

Jimi Hendrix - Axis Bold as Love: The Sessions [no label 3CD] Fan compilation of the mono, stereo and alternate versions of all songs on this classic 1968 album. The mono tracks were taken from a vinyl LP, Reprise R-6281. The stereo tracks were taken from a CD, Reprise 6281-2. The alternate versions were sourced from the following CD sources - Lifelines, Loose Ends, The Jimi Hendrix Experience vinyl Box Set, Calling Long Distance, The Singles Album, South Saturn Delta vinyl and Studio Haze. Tape sources were also used. Ex SBD.

Jimi Hendrix - Axis Bolder Than Love [HAZE 010 2CD] CD1 Sessions for Axis Bold As Love, these may be another variation of an "alternate takes" set. CD2 live at Musicorama, L'Olympia, Paris, France, Jan 29, 1968. Often bootlegged show. Ex SBD/FM stereo/mono?

Jimi Hendrix - The Other Side Of Axis [Godfather Records 2010 1CD crosstowntraffic 33017] Tks 1-15 are the Sotheby auction tapes which are the Axis Bold As Love sessions at London's Olympic Studio in 1967. Tks 16-19 are Hendrix and Love also called The Blue Thumb Acetate recorded at Olympic Studios March 17, 1970. Both are widely circulated. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix/ Stephen Stills - Stills Basement May 21 1968 [1CD] jam session. Excellent sound.

Jimi Hendrix - The Alternate Electric Ladyland [Polyboy 1CD] 1968 demos, outtakes and rough mixes.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Electric Ladyland Sessions: June-August 1968 (ATM 224-225 2CDR) ATM is a fan label that compiles and archives Hendrix's music. This is the first of more sets to come collecting all the sessions for Hendrix's 1968 album, Electric Ladyland. CD1 sessions on June 10 1968. CD2 sessions on June 14, June 29, Aug 12 and Aug 27 1968. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Electric Ladyland Sessions Vol 2 (ATM 234-235 2CD) studio recordings May 1967 [CD1] to January 1968 [CD2]. Ex SBD stereo/mono.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Electric Ladyland Sessions Vol 3: The Apartment Recordings (ATM 236-237 2CD) home recordings from spring of 1968. [CD1] Tks 1-8 The Drake Hotel demos; tks 9-13 taken from ATM 063-064 On The Road To Electric Ladyland. [CD2] Tks 1-9 from the eBay tape aka The $10,000 Tape; tks 10-12 the Paul Caruso Abuse Session; tk 13 Jimi talking. VG to Ex stereo/mono.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Electric Ladyland Sessions Vol 4: March-April 1968 (ATM 238 1CD) released Dec 21, 2006. Studio sessions in Sound Centre and Record Plant, New York, March to April 1968. Ex SBD stereo/mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland & Beyond [HAZE 011 2CD] CD1 Alternate takes of Electric Ladyland? CD2 outtakes of Electric Ladyland sessions. Ex SBD stereo/mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Hendrix: Studio Sessions & Mixes - New Rising Sun, All Along The Watchtower & Come On Pt 1 Sessions [no label 1CD crosstown 6311] New Rising Sun sessions at TTG Studios, CA, Oct 23, 1968. All Along The Watchtower sessions at Olympic Studios, London, Jan 21, 1968. Come On sessions at Record Plant, New York, Aug 27-28, 1968. Ex SBD stereo. These sessions surfaced June 2012.

 
Jimi Hendrix - The Rumours Are True [no label 1CD] session with Richie Havens 1968 [2 tracks] + 3 studio sessions 68-70.

A Session - Jimi Hendrix & Traffic [Oh Boy] - Studio session from late '60s. No details

Jimi Hendrix - 34 Outtakes: Reel 4 [*no label 1CD] various outtakes from 1968-1970 taken from master reels. Ex SBD.

Jimi Hendrix - 34 Outtakes: Reel 5 [*no label 2CD] these are outtakes and jams. CD 1 and 2 includes jam with Chris Wood of Traffic and one session from July 4, 1970 in Atlanta. All taken from master reels. Ex SBD.

Jimi Hendrix - With Traffic [no label 1CD] fan compiled Traffic sessions [4tracks] + 2 Richie Havens jams. The Traffic sessions is listed as June 15, 1970 at Electric Lady Studios. Sourced from 1st generation master tapes.

Jimi Hendrix - Sunrise / Sunset [no label 1CD] from 2nd generation tapes of Gypsy Sun and Rainbows rehearsals Aug 20-26 1969 [4 jams]. + Dec 19 1969 record plant sessions [2 tracks]

Jimi Hendrix & Jack Bruce - Sunshine of Your Love [no label 1CD] Sessions with 9 jams including on Sunshine of Your Love Oct 16/17 1968.

Jimi Hendrix - Acoustic Demos & Poetry Recital: Home Recordings [no label 1CD Torrent: 65466] incomplete demos all previously unreleased. From 1968 to 1970 includes Drake Hotel April 1968; Jimi's apartment, NY, 1968 and Jimi's London flat in 1969 and Faye's Tape 1970. VG to Ex- home recordings.

Jimi Hendrix - The Things I Used To Do
One of the rarest Bootleg of Jimi, released in 1989 by Golden Memories. The sound-qualitiy is top. To hear are rehearsals in a Greenwich Village loft with jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles. The Izabella Tracks recorded at the Record Plant. All tracks recorded in 1969. Engineering by Eddie Kramer. Recorded by Wally Heider, with the Mobile Unit. 1CD

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Sir James Marshall: Gypsy On Cloud Nine [Jester Productions 2CD crosstown 28872] sessions at Record Plant, NYC, 1969. Lineup: Hendrix, Johnny Winter, Billy Cox, Mitch Mitchell, Paul B, Larry Z, Buddy Miles, Noel Redding, J Sultan, Larry L and Jerry V. Vinyl rip. Ex- SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix & John McLaughlin - Record Plant jams 1969 [no label 1CD] five untitled jams with Dave Holland and Buddy Miles on Mar 25 1969. McLaughlin is likely to be in only the first jam [almost half and hour long]. Ex SBD

Jimi Hendrix - Astroman's Mannish Boy Session [Willjamz Productions 2CD Pink Robert 1602] live at Record Plant, NY, April 22, 1969. CD1 Takes 1-25. CD2 Takes 26-44 plus the 2004 composite. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix & Larry Young - Record Plant jams 1969 [no label 1CD] 6 untitled jams and four tracks with Hendrix, Young, Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell. The untitled jams are from a record exec. Mostly Ex SBD.

Jimi Hendrix - Strate Ahead [fake Track Records 2CD] Recorded at Electric Ladyland, New York, Nov 1969 to Aug 1970. Said to be for a new album called Strate Ahead [aka First Rays Of The New Rising Sun]. These are alternate takes of what has been officially released. These recordings have been the source of Nine To The Universe, Cry Of Love, Crash Landing etc. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Crash Landing Original Versions: The Bob Terry Tape #18 [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5566] This is from Hendrix collector Bob Terry's archive which was liberated in September 2011. This tape purports to be the original versions before producer Alan Douglas wiped some backing tracks off. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Unsurpassed Masters (Studio Reels) [no label 5 CDs Torrent: 69003] 5 Hours 34 Minutes of studio sessions 1969-1970 taken from 1st or 2nd gen studio reels. "This particular set was put together by a Hendrix preservation group about 5 or 6 years ago." Ex SBD stereo.

The ‘70s STUDIO

Jimi Hendrix - The Blue Thumb Acetate 1970 [no label 1CD crosstown 21690] this is the famous acetate of Hendrix and Love with Arthur Lee recording one song and jamming on Easy Rider and Loon. Ex SBD stereo. This was auctioned and purchased by the staff of Crosstown Traffic to be shared freely. TT: about 15m.

Jimi Hendrix - Studio '70 (Is This Legal? & Willjamz Productions ITL?-WJ 001-011 / Distributed Mar 1, 2003 / 11-CDR) Outtakes from 1970; 127 tracks spread across 11 CDs, or to quote the release notes: "The idea [has been] to compile a complete as possible diary of Jimi's 1970 studio sessions." The intention has been to make this set without the use of officially released material, although it has been necessary to cross into the gray area a few times on some tracks. However: The tracks that have been used are not readily available anymore, and the inclusion of them is based on their vital importance in making this set as complete as possible.

Missing on this set are Jimi's 1970 sessions with Stephen Stills and Love plus the complete Berkeley Soundchecks. However: The purpose of this set is just to show Jimi in the studio working toward his next album. Guest appearances with other artist's sessions just doesn't fit into this picture. Also the Berkeley Soundchecks are well documented with the two shows of that night and don't need any further documentation.

http://home.online.no/~hpjohnse/studio_70.htm
(Detailed track information is available here.)

Disc 1 - 2: "The 1970 Studio Recordings Vol.1": Sessions Jan 7, 1970 - Jan 23, 1970 [incl. 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 so-called "Taj Mahal Jams"] as Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY Jan 21, 1970, 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.

Disc 3 - 4: "The 1970 Studio Recordings Vol.2": Sessions Jan 23, 1970 Continued - May 15, 1970 [incl. Jam with Mitch Mitchell, Jimi's Apartment, New York City, NY Feb 1, 1970]

Disc 5 - 6: "The 1970 Studio Recordings Vol.3": Sessions June 15, 1970 - June 26, 1970 [incl. Jam with Traffic, Electric Lady Studio, New York City, NY June 15, 1970]

Disc 7 - 8: "The 1970 Studio Recordings Vol.4": Sessions June 26, 1970 Continued - July 23, 1970 [incl. "Drifting (8) Overdub Session"; 41:39m]

Disc 9: "The 1970 Studio Recordings Vol.5": Sessions July 23, 1970 Continued - Aug 22, 1970

Disc 10 - 11: "More Studio '70 - Vol.6": Alternate Studio Mixes & Questionable 1970 Studio Recordings


Jimi Hendrix - Burning Desire [Dagger 1CD] Another collection of late period Hendrix in the studio creating new music. Much of this has been bootlegged. Ezy Rider, Cherokee Mist, Villanova Junction Blues, Izabella and Burning Desire are the "unreleased" tracks. Recorded at Record Plant, New York, Nov 1969 to Jan 1970. Lineup: Hendrix, Buddy Miles, Billy Cox. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE

Jimi Hendrix - Drifting Sessions [Jellycat 1CD] tryouts, mixing, overdubbing sessions & final mixes of the song Drifting at Electric Lady Studios, New York, June 23, 25, Aug 14, 1970. From master reels. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - A Sea of Forgotten Teardrops [1CD] sessions at Electric Ladyland June 25 and July 23 1970.

Jimi Hendrix - Here Comes The Sun 1970 [no label 1CD] Electric Lady Studios, New York, July 14 1970 + Record Plant sessions, New York, Aug 27 1968 with Fat Mattress. Ex SBD

Jimi Hendrix - Message From Nine To The Universe [no label 2CD] This is bootleg version of the official Nine To The Universe [37 m] but the tracks are complete and unedited [68.25 mins]. CD 2 is more studio outtakes. Ex SBD.

Jimi Hendrix - Message From Nine To The Universe 2006 version [Reclamation Records 1CD] studio sessions spanning March 1969 to March 1970. This is the untouched and unedited version of what was officially released as Nine To The Universe (37m). Released under license from Michael Jeffrey Estate (former Hendrix manager). Ex SBD stereo. The official Nine To The Universe was released in 1980.

Jimi Hendrix - Talent & Feeling Vol 1&2 [EXR 2CD bootcity 20326, 3878] CD1 "Talent & Feeling Vol.1" is a nice collection of studio outtakes and demos. Some "Band Of Gypsys" material, "Cry Of Love songs" plus jams. A couple would end up in butchered form on Crash Landing. One of the highlights is blues jam "The Things I Used To Do", featuring Johnny Winter on slide guitar, Steven Stills on bass, and Dallas Taylor on drums. Another is "Peace In Mississippi". Some fierce and angry guitar playing there. "You And Me Blues" has appeared under the "Lord I Sing The Blues" title before, but here it is in more complete form. Jam With Piano And Trumpet is another circa 1970. "Little Drummer Boy" has appeared on many CDs too. It's the BOG rehearsal version with choir added after 1970." CD 2 is the raw studio sessions that later became the Crash Landing album. Mostly Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Freak Out Blues [no label 1CD bootcity Torrent 20366] "Freak Out Blues features jams mostly with the Band Of Gypsys lineup, though there are a couple of Electric Ladyland demos, and solo stuff as well. Starting with an small sound byte by Jimi, explaining what his new album (Axis:Bold As Love) is all about, it then goes into a solo version of Midnight Lightning that is similiar to the one on South Saturn Delta. Voodoo Chile, an outtake from Electric Ladyland, is the version found on the Blues CD; Rainy Day Try Out is an early version of another Electric Ladyland tune; Red House, another track from the Blues and the Variations On A Theme CDs, is here in its complete form; Bleeding Heart is Jimi solo, no vocals, on what sounds like some of the backing guitar that would end up on the War Heroes track of the same name. After that, the CD goes into a number of jams featuring the Band Of Gypsys lineup, including the full (minus Jimi explaining to Buddy how he wants the song to start) Blue Suede Shoes jam (originally found on Loose Ends,including the spoken comments by Jimi), and here called Police Blues." Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Crash Landing: Unreleased Version (Watchtower 1CD zomb 6423) "In 1974 Alan Douglas was brought in by Warner Bros to try to salvage some sort of product from the hundreds of remaining hours of studio material. Douglas' controversial approach to the task, wiping the original backing tracks and reformatting the songs using session musicians with Jimi's original guitar and vocals continues to provoke outcry from the diehard fans and critics alike. It has to be admitted though, the album Crash Landing was a commercial success but the final result was not what the fans want. Now you can hear the original tracks and mix from the material that was used for the project Crash Landing." From Watchtower's liner notes. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced And More [HAZE 005 2CD] CD1 - Are You Experienced [alternate version) with Red House (Version 2) and Can You See Me (Version 2). CD2 - The Are You Experienced Sessions Red House (Version 1- raw vocal). Released 2004 by Purple Haze Records. Ex SBD stereo. Grey label release.

Jimi Hendrix - Am I Blue [HAZE 006 2CD] This seems to be various sessions from early 1970 at Shokan. Hear My Train A Comin' on CD2 is live from Berkeley. Released 2004 by Purple Haze Records. Ex SBD stereo. Grey label release.


COMPILATIONS

Jimi Hendrix - European Scrapbook [no label 2CD] fan compilation of various radio and TV performances from 1966-67 in England, France, Sweden. Quality varies widely from poor to Ex.

Jimi Hendrix - Dante’s Inferno [Pink Poodle Music 1CD] - the Major Charles Washington Collection Vol 2. Various studio and live recordings 67-69.

Rainbow Bridge - Jimi Hendrix [no label] - official soundtrack, deleted. Collects studio sessions from '68 - '70

Jimi Hendrix - Rainbow Bridge & More [On The Air 1CD] Tks 1-8 are from out-of-print OST Rainbow Bridge LP. Tks 9-13 misc studio tracks from 1969. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - The Official Bootleg Album [Yellow Dog] 16 studio tracks in excellent quality.

Jimi Hendrix - Unsurpassed Studio Takes [Yellow Dog] 12 unreleased takes in excellent quality.

Jimi Hendrix - Black Gold [Midnight Beat 5CDs] Collection of studio rarities. A good primer. VG-EX.

Jimi Hendrix - The KPFA Tapes [no label 1CD] This is an Alan Douglas compilation that he gave to KPFA radio when he was compiling the Hendrix Blues album. There is a final track - Hendrix/Young jam which is not from the Alan Douglas compilation.

Jimi Hendrix - The Blues Project Outtakes [no label 1CD] sourced from Alan Douglas’ outtakes for the official Hendrix Blues CD.

Jimi Hendrix -Blues Outtakes [no label 2CD] stuff left out of the official Hendrix Blues CD. Ex studio

Jimi Hendrix - Soulful Sessions [no label 2CD] this collects the Message To Love, Valleys Of Neptune, Gypsy Sun & Rainbow, Machine Gun sessions from 1969-1970 from master tapes!

Jimi Hendrix - Lonely Avenue [no label 2CD] various Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys sessions from 69-70. Includes 7 takes of Who Knows.

Jimi Hendrix - Morning Symphony Ideas [Dagger 1CD] Official release on Experience Hendrix's sub label. NOT FOR TRADE

Jimi Hendrix - The Baggy's Rehearsal Sessions [Dagger 1CD] official release on Experience Hendrix's sub label. NOT FOR TRADE

Jimi Hendrix - Hear My Music [Dagger 1CD] an official bootleg on the Dagger label which belongs to the Hendrix estate. These are studio recordings. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE.

Jimi Hendrix - Astro Man [no label 6CD] CD1-3 studio out-takes/alternative versions from 1966-1970. CD4 live in Paris Jan 29, 1968. CD5 live in Stockholm First Show Jan 9, 1969 CD6 live in Stockholm second Show Jan 9, 1969. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - "Diggin' In The Dust Vol. 2" (no label 001A/B, UK 2012, 1CD demon 3144272) Studio outtakes 1969-70. Source is a 2012 UK bootleg LP. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix - "This One's For You" 1968-1970 (Veteran Music Inc MF-243, USA 1987 LP, 1CD demon 3147608) Various studio outtakes and jams from 1968-1970. Vinyl rip. Ex- SBD stereo. TT: 58:51m. DATA FILE ONLY



Jimi Hendrix - Moonbeams & Fairy Tales 1966/67 [Collector's Disc / May 4, 2005 / 22CDR + 3CDR revision, one of the revision discs is just updated artwork] This set is a reworked upgrade of the 11 disc Collector's set "Jimi Saga 66/67" from 2002, and features all currently circulating Hendrix recordings from 1966 and 1967 (Curtis Knight material excepted); Studio recordings, live recordings, interviews, outtakes, alternate versions, mono mixes, stereo mixes, altenate mixes etc. The Material is drawn from a wide variety of sources, including official releases, collector's discs and bootlegs. Detailed track information (Rev.3) is available for download here (2,4 MB).) Sbd & Aud; Lowest Gen possible / Best available sources

[* The original version of the set comes as 2 DVDs in flac-format, with an additional CD-ROM featuring artwork and thoroughly researched and detailed track info. The DVDs will expand into 22 Audio CDs, and the "full" set will therefore actually consists of the 2 DVDs, the CD-ROM and the 22 Audio discs.]

Disc 1: "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 18.10.66 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 23.10.66-24.11.66 - 19 tracks; 61:28m
Disc 2: Studio recordings & Outtakes 13.12.66 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 29.12.66 - 17 tracks; 49:37m
Disc 3: Studio recordings & Outtakes 11.01.67 / "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 18.01.67 - 24 tracks; 77:10m
Disc 4: Studio recordings & Outtakes 03.02.67 / Flamingo Club, London 04.02.67 - 20 tracks; 64:55m
Disc 5: Studio recordings & Outtakes 08.02.67-20.02.67 / BBC Sessions, London 13.02.67 (incl."Saturday Club" Interview with Jimi by Brian Matthews) - 23 tracks; 70:33m

Disc 6: Studio recordings & Outtakes 23.02.67 / "Saturday Scene", The Corn Exchange, Chelmsford 25.02.67 / "Beat Club", Marquee Club, London 02.03.67 - 14 tracks; 44:04m
Disc 7: Speakeasy, London 16.03.67 (Conversation between Jimi, Eric Clapton, Christine Charles and a journalist) / "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg 18.03.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman) / BBC Sessions, London 28.03.67 - 12 tracks; 69:27m
notes: - The 16.03.67 date for the Speakeasy conversation is approximate.
Disc 8: Studio recordings & Outtakes 29.03.67-03.04.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 30.03.67 / Jimi's Apartment, London 10.04.67 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 med Amerikalisten") / "Late Night Line Up", London 17.04.67 - 24 tracks; 77:59m
notes: The dates for the 10.04.67 interview are approximate.
Some sources list the place and date for the 10.04.67 interview as Radiohuset, Stockholm march-april 1967.

Disc 9: "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 04.05.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 04.05.67-09.05.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 10.05.67 / "Music Hall de Paris", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67 - 22 tracks; 73:06m
Disc 10: 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 / Falkoner Centert, Copenhagen 21.05.67 (incl.Interview by Carsten Grolin for Danish Radio "Beat Forum") / "Popside", Radiohuset, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 24.05.67 / Radiohuset, Stockholm 25.05.67 (Interview by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") - 16 tracks; 77:01m

Disc 11: Monterey International Pop Festival, Monterey, CA 18.06.67 - 9 tracks; 45:48m
Disc 12: US Army Radio "In-Sound" june 1967 (Interview with Jimi and Noel by Harry Harrison) / Studio recordings & Outtakes 28.06.67-06.07.67 / The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 17-19.07.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Dan Paulson, possibly for the "Hit Parade" magazine) - 8 tracks; 67:41m
notes: Some sources list the date for the "In-Sound" interview as on or around 26.06.67.
Disc 13: Studio recordings & Outtakes 19.07.67-31.07.67 / "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 24.08.67 / Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 [The Sample Tape] - 16 tracks; 58:07m
Disc 14: Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 / Dans-In, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 04.09.67 - 15 tracks; 77:52m
Disc 15: "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67 [1st Show] - 15 tracks; 77:52m
notes: The Lund 10.09.67 1st Show portion is the same 1st Gen version as on JPIO-II 069 "Swedish Castle Magic" / ATM 229 "Swedish Castle Magic".

Disc 16: Stockholm 11.09.67 (Interview by Leif Anderson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 01.10.67 - 9 tracks; 72:59m
Disc 17: Studio recordings & Outtakes 03.10.67-05.10.67 - 11 tracks; 45:41m
Disc 18: BBC Sessions, London 06.10.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Brian Matthews for BBC "Top Gear") - 16 tracks; 43:10m
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 Peel's 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.)
Disc 19: "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris 09.10.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 14.10.67 / BBC Sessions, London 17.10.67 - 17 tracks; 71:31m
Disc 20: Studio recordings & Outtakes 25.10.67-29.10.67 - 26 tracks; 69:02m

Disc 21: "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum 10.11.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 13.11.67 / Opera House, Blackpool 25.11.67 [2nd Show] / Jimi's Apartment, London mid-dec.1967 (Interview by Tony Lopez aka. Meatball Fulton) - 14 tracks; 74:41m
Disc 22: BBC Sessions, London 15.12.67 (incl.Interview by Tony Hall for BBC "Top Gear") / Bruce Fleming's Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 (incl.Interview with Jimi by Noel and Mitch from the film "Experience" aka. "See My Music Talking"] / Studio recordings & Outtakes 20.12.67-28.12.67 / "Christmas On Earth Continued", Grand and National Halls, London 22.12.67 - 23 tracks; 69:44m

http://home.online.no/~hpjohnse/hendrix.html#C_2004

# Revision #1 (May 30, 2005): Replacement CD-ROM with revised text-file, original artwork and new art for the DVD and CD-ROM discs.
# Revision #3 (oct.2005): Replacement CD-ROM with additional tracks, replacement tracks, revised text-file and additional artwork.
(The most notable changes in Revision #3 is the upgrade of the Lund 10.09.67 1st Show and the inclusion of the previously uncirculated Sample tape from Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 - the so-called Hansson & Karlsson Jam. There are 2 ways to integrate the new material in the set: Option 1 is to keep the original set as is, and put the new material on 2 additional audio discs (thereby making the complete set consist of 24 audio CDs; Total time for Discs 23 & 24: 113:49). Option 2 is to incorporate the new material into the existing set by altering and re-burning individual discs.)

Disc 23 (New): Upgrade & Replacement Studio tracks: "May This Be Love" (2) / "She's So Fine" (1) / "If Six Was Nine" ( ) / "EXP" ( ) / "The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice" (1, 4) / Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 [Hansson & Karlsson Jam] (excerpts only): Jams I - XII - 19 tracks; 46:35m
notes:- It has not been 100% verified that the Hansson & Karlsson jam portion included in this set is the "real deal", and that these recordings do in fact feature Jimi Hendrix. 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. The recordings featured in this set are just 12 brief samples, and clock in at a total of a little over 16 min's. There also exists a 22:10 sample tape from this jam, 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 believed to be: Bo Hansson: Organ / Janne Karlsson: drums / Georges Clemons: drums / Jimi Hendrix: bass / and George Wadenius (from Blood, Sweat & Tears).
- Quote from Jimpress 68, p.43 regarding this sample tape: "The guitar playing can best be described as free form messing about or much of this though it sounds like Hendrix in places, though a bit too 'modern' and 'processed'. The recording doesn't help with heavy hall ambience. The instrumentation consists of guitar, keyboards and drums/percussion. This is especially suspect as Jimi is alleged to play bass during this jam !"
- The so-called Hansson & Karlsson Jam is lifted from ATM 152-157 "Kick Out The Jams".
- "May This Be Love" (2) is lifted from ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience". The Remaining studio tracks are lifted from ATM 158-160 "Axis: Bold as Love - The Sessions".

Disc 24 (New): Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67 [1st Show]: Intro / "Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (17) / "Foxy Lady" (112) / "Catfish Blues" (15) / "Fire" (97) / The Wind Cries Mary" (22) / "Have Mercy" (4) (cut) / "Manic Depression" (15) / "Purple Haze" (123) / Upgrade & Replacement Studio tracks: "Little Miss Lover" (x, 3) / "You Got Me Floating" (2) / "One Rainy Wish" (3) / "Bold As Love" ( ) / "Little Wing" (2) / "Ain't No Tellin'" (2) / "Up From The Skies" (2) / "Castles Made Of Sand" (2) / "Wait Until Tomorrow" ( ) - 19 tracks; 67:13m
notes: The Lund 10.09.67 recording is lifted from JA 063 "The Swedish Shows Vol.3 - Supplement".

The Studio tracks are lifted from ATM 158-160 "Axis: Bold as Love - The Sessions".

Option 2: Altering & re-burning individual discs (The discs that will have to be altered in order to include the new material are also listed below):

Disc 8: Studio recordings & Outtakes 29.03.67-03.04.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 30.03.67 / Jimi's Apartment, London 10.04.67 (Interview by Leif Andersson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 med Amerikalisten") / "Late Night Line Up", London 17.04.67 - 24 tracks; 78:00 (1 track replaced)

Disc 9: "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 04.05.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 04.05.67-09.05.67 / "Top of The Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 10.05.67 / "Music Hall de Paris", Théatre d'Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 11.05.67 - 23 tracks; 75:01 (2 tracks replaced, 2 tracks added *)
[* The current audio disc only allows 1 track to be added, so timing is for 1 additional track only. To include both new tracks, the last track on Disc 9 will have to be moved to the beginning of disc 10, hence making it necesarry to re-burn Disc 10 and subsequently Disc 11 as well.]

Disc 12: US Army Radio "In-Sound" june 1967 (Interview with Jimi and Noel by Harry Harrison) / Studio recordings & Outtakes 28.06.67-06.07.67 / The Warwick Hotel, New York City, NY 17-19.07.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Dan Paulson, possibly for the "Hit Parade" magazine) - 8 tracks; 67:46 (1 track replaced)

Disc 13: Studio recordings & Outtakes 19.07.67-31.07.67 / "Top of the Pops", BBC Lime Grove Studios, London 24.08.67 / Saville Theatre, London 27.08.67 [The Sample Tape] - 16 tracks; 57:55 (1 track deleted, 1 track added)

Disc 15: "Tonarskväll", Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 / Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm 05.09.67 (Interview with Jimi, Noel and Mitch by Klas Burling for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 [Hansson & Karlsson Jam] (Sample Tape) / Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund 10.09.67 [1st Show] - 27 tracks; ** (9 tracks (Lund 10.09.67) replaced, 12 tracks (Club Filips 07.09.67) added)
[** Due to the addition of the Club Filips, Stockholm 07.09.67 Sample tape, the material listed here will no longer fit on a single disc. The "overflow" tracks will therefore have to be moved to the beginning of Disc 16, thereby starting a domino effect which means that all subsequent discs will have to be altered accordingly.]

Disc 16: Stockholm 11.09.67 (Interview by Leif Anderson for Swedish Radio "Pop 67 Special") / Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm 11.09.67 / Studio recordings & Outtakes 01.10.67 - 12 tracks; 48:02 (1 track replaced, 1 track added)

Disc 17: Studio recordings & Outtakes 03.10.67-05.10.67 - 17 tracks; 61:54 (2 tracks replaced, 1 track added)

Disc 20: Studio recordings & Outtakes 25.10.67-29.10.67 - 27 tracks; 72:07 (4 tracks replaced, 1 track added)



Jimi Hendrix - Moonbeams Saga (Revision 3) [Collector's Discs 2CD] In October 2005, the compilers found upgrades of tracks on their 22 CD set Moonbeams and FairyTales that covered Hendrix in the Studio in 1966/67. They sent out a 2CD set with all the upgraded tracks and fans could replace these tracks and make a revised 22CD set or just keep the upgrades as a bonus 2CD set. Ex SBD stereo.



Jimi Hendrix - Studio 66 [Is This Legal? 1CD] Fan compilation. Tks 1-8 sessions at De Lane Lea studios, Kingsway, London Oct - Nov 1966. Tks 9-18 sessions at CBS Studios, London, Dec 13, 1966. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Studio 67 [Is This Legal? 6CDs] Fan compilation. This collects the 1967 studio recordings by Hendrix and the Experience. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Studio 67 HIGHLIGHTS [Is This Legal? 1CD] The best from the Studio 67 set reduced to 1CD. Our copy is missing two tracks. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Richard Skinner Presents: Hendrix at the Beeb [Collector's Disc 2CDR] This was released May 8, 2005 to the fan community. It is taken from a radio show first broadcast in November 1992 on Westwood One. Includes BBC Sessions in London 1967 and interviews. Ex pre-FM? stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Studio '69 (Is This Legal? & Willjamz Productions ITL-WJ 101-115 / Released Sept 18, 2004 / 15CDR) Outtakes from 1969. Featuring 189 tracks spread across 15 CDs this is as complete as possible diary of Jimi's 1969 studio sessions.

Disc 1 - 2: "The 1969 Studio Recordings Vol.1": Sessions 11.02.69 - 18.03.69 incl.Jams with Duane Hitchings, Record Plant, New York City, NY 11.02.69 & "Blue Window Jam" (1-2) [with The Buddy Miles Express]

notes: Disc 2 track 8 "Star Spangled Banner" (2) is the official version (1) slowed to half speed to give a better view of the overdubed effects.

- Disc 2 track 9 is a reversed version of "Star Spangled Banner" (2) to give a better view of the backward effects. This is not a true known recording but has been edited specifically for this set.

Disc 3 - 4: "The 1969 Studio Recordings Vol.2": Sessions 18.03.69 - 17.04.69 incl.Lonnie Youngblood Session, Record Plant, New York City, NY 19.03.69 & John McLaughlin Jam, New York City, NY 25.03.69

Disc 5 - 6: "The 1969 Studio Recordings Vol.3": Sessions 22.04.69 - 24.04.69 incl."Mannish Boy" Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 22.04.69

Disc 7 - 8: "The 1969 Studio Recordings Vol.4": Sessions 07.05.69 - 22.05.69 incl."Things I Used To Do " Jams [Jam with Johnny Winter], New York City, NY 07.05.69

notes: Disc 7 track 8 is a newly surfaced track from the Johnny Winter Jams.

Disc 9 - 10: "The 1969 Studio Recordings Vol.5": Sessions 22.05.69 - 06.09.69 incl."Izabella/Machine Gun" Session, Hit Factory, New York City, NY 29.08.69

Disc 11 - 12: "The 1969 Studio Recordings Vol.6": Sessions 06.09.69 - 14.11.69 incl."Valleys Of Neptune" Sessions

notes: Disc 12 track 4 - the "Room Full Of Mirrors" (25) -> "Stepping Stone" (2) Session - includes a 30 second portion of "Message To Love" (52) at the conclusion of "Room Full Of Mirrors" and about 10 seconds of "Machine Gun" (36) which is actually the beginning of "Stepping Stone" (2). This is the first time that this session is known to be presented in its full length.

Disc 13 - 14: "The 1969 Studio Recordings Vol.7": Sessions 14.11.69 - 23.12.69 incl."Power Of Soul" (6-29) Sessions, Record Plant, New York City, NY 21.11.69 & "Honeybed" (1-4) Session, Record Plant, New York City, NY 23.12.69

Disc 15: "The 1969 Studio Recordings Vol.8 - The Questionable Tracks, Guest Apperances & Bonus Composites": Sessions 1969 incl.Guest apperances on other artist's recordings

notes:Disc 15 tracks 10-12 are Composites that create the longest versions possible from the sources available as of September 2004. These are not true known recordings but have been edited specificly for this set.

- Track 10 "Mannish Boy" - Composite 2004 incorporates the 5 second intro from Track 7 into Track 8 from Disc 6. First Time presented in this form.

- Track 11 "Jam 292" [aka."Jelly 292"] - Composite 2004 incorporates the first 1.5 seconds of the start from Track 11 into track 12 from Disc 7. First time presented in this form.

- Track 12 "Born Under A Bad Sign" - Composite 2004 - incorporates the 11 second bass intro from Track 4 back into Track 3 on Disc 14. First time presented in this form.

Mostly Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Singing The Blues In New York [Willjamz Productions 1CD Pink Robert 1604]Hit Factory, New York, June 9, 1969. Companion piece to the 15CD set "Studio '69". Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Machine Gun: Gonna Pick Up My Axe And Fight Back! [Blonde Records 5CDs] fan compilation [JPIO 11-001-005 assembled Apr 1, 2003]of 31 of the 33 recordings of Machine Gun plus three alternate versions. From 1969-1970. VG to Ex SBD/AUD? stereo/mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Silver Blue To Bloody Red Vol 1: Merges 1983 to 1970 [JPIO 1CD] fan compilation of merges from different sources of the same songs. Looks like an all-studio affair. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Stone Free (no label, 1CD tradersden 119938) A BBC Radio 1 FM Documentary presented by John Sugar. First broadcast on September 14, 1991. Official tracks replaced by alternate versions. Ex SBD stereo. TT: 79:48m. DATA FILE ONLY

Jimi Hendrix - Silver Blue to Bloody Red Vol 2: Mixes, Merges & Guest Appearances [JPIO 1CD] fan compilation of mixes and rare tracks. Mostly Ex SBD stereo. Released Nov 1, 2007.

Jimi Hendrix - Wereldberoemd: Happy Birthday Jimi 2007 [no label 1CD crosstown 835] On Nov 27, 2007, Dutch Radio 6 in a program - "Wereldberoemd" [World Famous] celebrated Jimi's 65th birthday with a three hour radio show. These are only the songs from that program of rare and interesting tracks. Ex FM stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - 2010 Mini-Documentaries Audio Companion [no label 1CD demonoid 2180439] In 2010, the Hendrix Estate reissued all Hendrix's official albums as deluxe editions with a bonus DVD. This fan compilation grabs only the audio from the DVD and in some cases offers the full song instead of a soundbite. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE.


THE BOB TERRY TAPES liberated 2011]

The Jimi Hendrix exhibition at the new Marquee Club in Leicester Square is the former collection of Bob Terry, who started collecting in 1967 after the Are You Experienced album blew his 14-year old mind. Terry spent the next 30 years buying anything related to Hendrix, but due to health reasons, he sold the collection to a group of American investors around 18 months ago. These investors are now offering the collection for sale through auction house Cooper Owen.

"I knew of Bob Terry because I have probably sold more Hendrix than anyone on the planet ? of the good pieces and big discoveries," says Ted Owen, "so I was aware that he was out there. But I wasn't aware that he was sitting on a collection like this!" - November 2004

Jimi Hendrix - Angel, Drifting: The Bob Terry Tape #5 [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5545] Studio sessions for Angel. Tk3 from Shokan Jams. Tks 11-12 may not have Hendrix. Tks 2 and 9 likely upgrades from what's circulating. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Newport 1969: The Bob Terry Tape #6 [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5571] live at Newport, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA, June 20, 1969. Ex SBD stereo. This may or may not be an improvement over ATM's Newport Revisited.

Jimi Hendrix - Richie Havens Jam: The Bob Terry Tape #8 & #17 [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5585, 5646] "Tape #8 is confirmed by John McDermott to be Richie Havens recorded at Electric Lady, summer 1970." - Dino77. Tape #17 is Band Of Gypsys live at Fillmore East, New York, Dec 31, 1969, a mix of the first and second shows. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Crash Landing Original Versions: The Bob Terry Tape #18 [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5566] This is from Hendrix collector Bob Terry's archive which was liberated in September 2011. This tape purports to be the original versions before producer Alan Douglas wiped some backing tracks off. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Zomby Blue: The Bob Terry Tape #19 [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5538] No info. Studio rehearsals-recordings from 1970. There are glitches and dropouts on two tracks. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Studio Sessions Pt 1: The Bob Terry Tape #20 and #22 [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5610] Tks 1-7 are Tape #22 and Tks 8-10 are Tape #20. These are all outtakes from Band Of Gypsy sessions which should make the location Baggy's, New York, Dec 18-19, 1969. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Studio Sessions Pt 2: The Bob Terry Tape #20 [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5636] Continuing the rest of Tape #20 which features takes of Izabella, Three Little Bears, Stepping Stone etc. Also known as The Echo Tape, this Bob Terry version is an upgrade. Band Of Gypsys Outtakes. Ex- SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Valleys Of Neptune Studio Variations: The Bob Terry Compilation [Bob Terry Tapes 1CD crosstown 5521] This is likely a compilation tape made by Bob Terry and hence has no number. Contents are rehearsals of the song Valleys of Neptune. The first three tracks are the same take but mixed differently. The final track has no Hendrix. Ex SBD stereo. Best quality.

Jimi Hendrix - Plays Berkeley: The Bob Terry Tape "Patched Version" [no label 2CD crosstown 5564] live at Berkeley Community Centre, May 30, 1970, Early Show. This is the Bob Terry Tape that surfaced in October 2011. Some cuts here and there and missing the last bit of Voodoo Child but patched from another source. Bob Terry was a very big Hendrix collector in the USA. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo. Hendrix with Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox.

Jimi Hendrix - Winterland 1968: The Bob Terry Tapes [Bob Terry Tapes 6CD] live at Winterland, Los Angeles, October 10-12, 1968. Hendrix played two sets every night. CD1 + 2 Oct 10, 1968 original mix. CD2 is missing. CD3 + 4 Oct 11, 1968. CD5 + 6 Oct 12, 1968. CD7 + 8 Alternate mix of Oct 10 show. CD8 for the second set is missing. VG to Ex SBD/AUD stereo.


BOX SETS

Mixdown Master Tapes - Jimi Hendrix [Dandelion 3CD] - Studio sessions from '67-'70

Jimi Hendrix - Box of Gypsys 6CD

Various - Tribute To Hendrix: Rehearsals & Concert [2CD]. Taken from a tree, this recent Hendrix tribute show took place Sept 7, 2002 in San Diego, California. The guitarists included Kenny Wayne Shepard, Tommy Shannon, Dave Navarro, Slash, Eric Gales, Mick Taylor and the bands Los Lobos and Living Color. An excellent audience recording.


OUT-OF-PRINT

Jimi Hendrix/ Otis Redding - Monterey International Pop Festival [Reprise 1CD mindwarp 1308] live at Monterey, June 18 1967. One side featured Hendrix and the Experience, the other was Otis Redding. This version includes much of Jimi's stage banter removed from later releases. Originally released Aug 26, 1970 within the same week Hendrix died. Out-of-print. NOT FOR TRADE

Jimi Hendrix - Cry Of Love [Polydor out-of-print 1CD] The following albums were all released after Hendrix died. Released in 1971.

Jimi Hendrix - War Heroes [Polydor out-of-print 1CD] Released in 1973.

Jimi Hendrix - War Heroes Outtakes [Limited Editions 1CD] More tracks from Electric Ladyland sessions, 1968 to complement War Heroes LP. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Loose Ends [Polydor out-of-print 1CD] Released in 1973.

Jimi Hendrix - Crash Landing [Polydor out-of-print 1CD] Released in 1974.

Jimi Hendrix - Midnight Lightning [Polydor out-of-print 1CD] Released in 1975.

Jimi Hendrix - Two Great Experiences Together [Empire-BMG 651 686-2 1CD] Hendrix with Lonnie Youngblood. An out-of-print LP from the early '70s? Ex- SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix with Curtis Knight - Birth Of Success: The Bargain Bin Collection [fake? EMI/Stateside 4CD] These are vinyl recordings from 1981 ripped to CD. CD1 Birth Of Success [MFP 50053 & Horzu SHZE 293]. CD2 Last Night [Astan 201016] and Second Time Around [Astan 201018]. CD3 Mr Pitiful [Astan 201019] and Welcome Home [Astan 201020]. CD4 My Best Friend [Astan 201017], Early Instrumentals [Capitol Special Markets 4XL 57282] and Cosmic Turnaround [Carrere CA 693-64000]. This is superior to the later German PPX CDs released in 2000. By then the master tapes of whatever sources were used had deteriorated. Ex SBD stereo. All these albums were produced by Ed Chalpin. This collection is missing one final Astan release, Hush Now.


ATM RELEASES

Jimi Hendrix - The Band of Gypsys Rehearsals [aka "Baggy's Rehearsals"] (ATM 001 / 01.09.1998 / 1CD) live at Baggy's, New York City, NY Dec 18-19, 1969. From 1st Gen tape - Speed corrected. Same as JA 032-033 "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.). Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - The Electric Lady Mixing Sessions (ATM 002 / 01.09.1998 / 1CD) Outtakes 1970. All Low Gen. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - The Woodstock Rehearsals (ATM 003 / 01.09.1998 / 1CD) Woodstock Rehearsals, Jimi's House, Shokan, NY july-sept.1969 plus Outtakes 1969. Low Gen source. Upgrades are available for portions of this material. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Live in Milwaukee (ATM 004 / 05.12.1998 / 2CD) live at The Scene, Milwaukee, WI, Feb 28, 1968 [1st Show complete, 2nd Show almost complete]) Aud; 1st Gen? Digitally Restored (Eq'd & edited **) [* There's some confusion surrounding 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.] VG AUD stereo. The vocals are buried.

Jimi Hendrix - To the Highest Bidder - Sotheby's Plus (ATM 005 / 23.01.1999 / 1CD) Outtakes 1967-68: The Sotheby Tapes plus Studio Center Studios, New York City, NY March 13, 1968; 73:16) Very Low Gen tape - some tracks* speed corrected. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - LA Without the Words (Rainy Day Discs / ATM 006 / 12.03.1999 / 1CD) Outtakes 1969-70 Low Gen. Same as Disc 2 of JA 034-035 "The Electric Church". JA refers to Jon's Attic, a collector who circulated many Hendrix rarities. Some tracks are also on the KPFA Tapes. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - L.A. Without The Words: UPGRADED [ATM 006 1CD bootcity 55431] "A great collection of studio outtakes, some common some not. However, this private issue has WAY BETTER sound than any bootlegs!" Upgraded version of ATM 006 "LA Without The Words" (without MD in lineage) featuring additional material ["1983...(A Merman I Should Turn To Be)". Ex SBD stereo. This is part of the KPFA Tapes.

Jimi Hendrix - Villanova Junction (ATM 007-008 / 12.03.1999 / 2CD) Outtakes 1968-70 incl. Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY Nov 14, 1969. Low Gen; Mostly 3rd & 4th Gen. Same as JA 037-038 "Villanova Junction". JA is Jon's Attic. 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). Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue (Rainy Day Discs / ATM 009 / 12.03.1999 / 1CD) Outtakes 1969-70 incl. Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY Nov 07, 1969 & Nov 14, 1969 [Complete]) Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen. Same as Disc 2 of JA 032-033 "Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue" (tandem with ATM 001 "The Band of Gypsys Rehearsals"). Alternate version (featuring additional material) is available as "Outtake Masters: Lonely Avenue". Upgrade of the Buddy Miles Jam Nov 14, 1969 is available. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - New York Pop '70 (ATM 010 / 26.03.1999 / 1CD) live at New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, New York City, NY July 17, 1970 [Complete Show]; Low Gen SBD, except Concert Intro & "All Along the Watchtower": Aud; No Gen info. The Main source used for this disc has a MiniDisc in the lineage and is slow. Ex SBD stereo. Also in circulation as part of 2CD set in tandem with ATM 095 "Fuck off, these are my friends !" The bootleg Message To Love has the SBD source without a MD lineage. This was used for 2CD Set - Gypsy Sun & Rainbows 007-008 (23.08.2005).

Jimi Hendrix - Three Nights of Winter (ATM 011-016 / 16.03.1999 / 6CD) CD1 & 2 live at Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA 10.10.68 [Complete 1st & 2nd Show]. CD 2 & 3 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA 11.10.68 [Complete 1st & 2nd Show]. CD 5 & 6 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA 12.10.68 [Complete 1st & 2nd Show]) Stereo Sbd; 2nd Gen except CD3 11.10.68; 1st Show: "Foxy Lady" (39), "Star Spangled Banner" (9) & "Purple Haze" (49): Aud (1st Aud Source); 3rd Gen ? Ex SBD stereo except on CD3 audience portion.

Jimi Hendrix - Three Nights of Winter (Alternate Version) (ATM 011-012 / 013 B / 014-016 / 16.03.1999 / 6CDR) 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 [013B], instead of adding tracks from the Winterland Aud recording to make up for the missing Sbd tracks. Ex SBD stereo except on CD3 audience portion from Chicago Feb 25, 1968.

Jimi Hendrix - Soundboard Series 2: (ATM 017 1CD pinkrobert 980) Tks 1-6 Arhaus, Denmark, Sept 2, 1970. Tks 7-16 Atlanta Pop Festival, Georgia, USA July 4, 1970. Ex- SBD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Bridge To Haleakala [aka. "The Maui Concerts"] (ATM 018-019 / 03.05.1999 / 2CD)live at Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color / Sound Experiment, Haleakala Volcano Crater, Maui, HI July 30, 1970 [Complete 1st* & 2nd Show]. Stereo Sbd [2nd Sbd Source]; 2nd Gen. Ex- SBD stereo. [* Intro of "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" (7) is missing on the Sbd Source of this show]. This material has a MD in the lineage before final transfer from DAT to CDR.

Jimi Hendrix - Watchout for the Fuzz (ATM 020-022 / 12.04.1999 / 3CDR) live at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA May 30, 1970, complete show.

CD1 Rehearsals source: SBD; 2nd & 3rd Gen except "Ezy Rider" (21): Lifted from the "Jimi Plays Berkeley"-video [Laser Disc edition); CD2 1st Show: SBD; 2nd & 3rd Gen except "Purple Haze" (92) & "Star Spangled Banner" (35): AUD; "Freedom" (17): Remixed from the "Jimi Plays Berkeley" Mini 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.

CD3 2nd Show: SBD; 1st Gen except "Hey Joe" (53): lifted from "The Jimi Hendrix Concerts". Incomplete Upgrade of 1st & 2nd Show is available. Ex- to Ex SBD/AUD stereo. The second show has been officially released as Live At Berkeley 2003.

Jimi Hendrix - Music of the Spheres ... Voices of the World (ATM 023-024 / 22.04.1999 / 2CDR) live at Stimmen der Welt, Großer Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna Jan 22, 1969 [1st Show (Complete) & 2nd Show]. VG+ AUD mono. 1st Gen - Digitally Restored / Remastered *

Jimi Hendrix - Down Here on the Farm (ATM 025-026 / 22.04.1999 / 2CDR) live at Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Aug 30, 1970 [Complete Show plus Pre-show interview by French Radio] plus Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin Sept 04, 1970 backstage interview by Chris Bromberg for American Forces TV. Source for Isle of Wight: Mono SBD; 3rd Gen / Berlin interview: from Radio Broadcast. Ex SBD mono. The set is sourced from material with a MiniDisc in the lineage. NOTE: This has been officially released as Blue Wild Angel 2CD + DVD 2002.

Jimi Hendrix - In the Land of the Midnight Sun [aka. "Copenhagen '69"] (ATM 027 / 13.03.1999 / 1CDR) live at Falkoner Centeret, Copenhagen Jan 10, 1969 [Complete 1st Show] plus Outtake 1968. Source for Copenhagen: AUD "Far Tape" Master (with minor patches from the "Near Tape") - Speed corrected, Heavily EQ'd and lightly de-noised. Source for Outtake ["1983 ... (A Merman I Should turn to be)" (3)]: Digitally Restored from "Lifelines - The Jimi Hendrix Story". VG+ AUD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Stockholm 31.08.70 [aka. "Guitar in the Garden"] (Moonshine / ATM 028-029 / 12.03.1999 / 2CDR) CD1 and CD2 tks 1-5 live at Stora Scenen, Gröna Lund, Stockholm Aug 31, 1970 [Complete Show - 2nd Source; "Loud Guitar Source"] CD2 Tks 6-11 "Twenclub", Studio 1, NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg March 18, 1967 [Complete Show incl. Interview with Jimi and Noel by Jochen Rathman]. Source for Stockholm: AUD stereo; Master. Source for Hamburg: SBD; 5th Gen? VG AUD stereo and Ex- SBD mono? Upgrades of both shows are available.

Jimi Hendrix - Praying at the Temple (Moonshine / ATM 030 / 12.03.1999 / 1CDR) live at Temple University Stadium, Philadelphia, PA May 16, 1970. VG- AUD mono. No Gen info. Upgrade is available.

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

Upgraded versions of these discs are are 72:46 and 42:40

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

The Madison Square Garden 28.01.70 show was aborted after 2 songs had been played; "Who Knows" (10) & "Earth Blues" (16).

Jimi Hendrix - Cleveland Rocks (aka Take Off Your Hat!) (ATM 074 / 08.03.2000 / 1CDR) live at Public Music Hall, Cleveland, OH Mar 26, 1968 [Complete 2nd Show - Fake Stereo mix (Some separation created by using different EQ for each channel]; 57:00); 3rd Gen or Lower audience recording - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected (+1%). VG+ AUD Stereo. Clear and nice sound. Vocals are soft.

Jimi Hendrix - Box of Gypsys: The Complete Recorded Legacy - 30th Anniversary Edition (ATM 075-083 / 1999-2000 / 9CDR Box) 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. 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. 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] / [1st Show - 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. 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)]; [2nd Show - Sbd 2]; [2nd Show - 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]; [1st Show - Sbd & Aud Composite: "Power Of Soul" (41) (w.Audible vocals)]; [1st Show - Aud: "Lover Man" (24) (w.Audible vocals)]; [1st Show - 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.

Jimi Hendrix - Copenhagen (ATM 084-085 / 2002 / 2CDR) live at KB Hallen, Copenhagen Sept 3, 1970 [Complete Show] [1st Source aka "Old Source"]: 47:04 / 44:28); 1st Gen Audience tape (except 7-8 sec. Crowd noises at the beginning of Disc 1: 2nd Gen) - Digitally Restored and Severely Speed corrected. "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." VG+ to Ex- AUD Mono. Clear and nice sound. Vocals are soft.

Jimi Hendrix - Unsurpassed Masters Vol 1-5 (ATM 086-090 / 27.01.2000 / 5CDR) Outtakes 1968-70. All recordings: 2nd Gen.

"Volume 1": Outtakes 1968-69 ["Voodoo Chile (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]

"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" [3 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)]

Ex SBD stereo

Jimi Hendrix - In Glorious Mono (ATM 091 / 2001 / 1CDR) Original Mono mixes 1966-68 [Complete European "Are You Experienced" + additional tracks]) 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]] Ex SBD mono. NOT FOR TRADE.

Jimi Hendrix - Fall 1969 Record Plant Jams [aka "Woodstock"] (ATM 092 / 2000 / 1CDR) Outtakes & Jams 1969 from Low Gen SBD. 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). Tracks: Instrumental Jams (No Hendrix involvement) * / Record Plant, New York City, NY 20.10.69 (feat.Stephen Stills): "Woodstock" (1-3) Sessions / Buddy Miles Jam, Record Plant, New York City, NY 14.11.6: JS21 > JS22 (Complete). Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69 in better quality than previously available on ATM 009 "Band of Gypsys - Lonely Avenue". VG+ to Ex- SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Bill Graham Presents The Jimi Hendrix Experience (ATM 093 / 05.03.2000 / 1CDR) live at Fillmore East, New York City, May 10, 1968 [2nd Show]; 59:44). 2nd Gen Aud. Digitally Restored. This recording includes 0:46 of the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) plus various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all bootleg versions of this show. VG+ AUD mono?

Jimi Hendrix - Bill Graham Presents The Jimi Hendrix Experience: UPGRADE (ATM 093 REVA / 05.03.2000 / 1CDR) live at Fillmore East, New York City, May 10, 1968 [2nd Show]; 59:44). 1st Gen Aud. Digitally Restored. This recording includes 0:46 of the incomplete "Wild Thing" (19) plus various between-song chat and tune-ups omitted from all bootleg versions of this show. VG+ AUD mono?

Jimi Hendrix - Summertime Blues (ATM 094 / 17.03.2000 / 1CDR) Tks 1-3 live at Saturday Scene", The Corn Exchange, Chelmsford Feb 25, 1967. Tks 4-12 Saville Theatre, London Aug 27, 1967 [The Sample Tape]. Tks 13-24 Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN Nov 2, 1968 [incl. Pre- and Post-show interview by Tony Glover for the "Hoollabaloo" Magazine]) Source tapes for Chelmsford: Aud; Low Gen / Saville & Minneapolis: Aud; 2nd Gen. VG to VG+ AUD mono?

Jimi Hendrix - Fuck Off, These Are My Friends ! (ATM 095 / 21.06.2000 / 1CDR) live New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, New York City, NY July 17, 1970 [1st Aud Source (Complete Show) + 2nd Aud Source (Larry Yelen Tape)]); 1st Source: 1st Gen / 2nd Source: 2nd Gen. VG+ to Ex- SBD/AUD stereo. Drums are soft.

Jimi Hendrix - From the Beginning to the Start (ATM 096 / 26.03.2000 / 1CDR) Early and Rare tracks 1964-66: with Lonnie Youngblood, Rosa Lee Brooks, The Isley Brothers, Buddy & Stacy, Little Richard, Jayne Mansfield, Curtis Knight, Ray Sharpe & The King Curtis Orchestra. Compiled from Vinyl-, CD- & Tape-sources - Digitally Restored. Ex SBD stereo/mono? NOT FOR TRADE.

Jimi Hendrix - Paris / Hoepla [aka "Two Giants Over Paris"] (ATM 097 / 21.05.2000 / 1CDR) Tks 1-9 live l'Olympia, Paris Jan 29, 1968 [Complete 2nd Show]. Tks 10-14 "Hoepla", VPRO Vitus Studio, Bussum Nov 10, 1967 [Complete Session]. Tks 1-9 2nd or 1st gen SBD. Tks 10-14 2nd gen SBD. Ex- SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - For the Queen (ATM 098-099 / 24.06.2000 / 2CDR) live at Isle of Wight Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight Aug 30, 1970 [Complete Show plus Pre-show interview by French Radio]) Compiled from the best available Vinyl-, CD-, Tape- & Video-sources - Digitally Restored. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - For the Queen (ATM 098-099 2CD pinkrobert 1026) live at East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight, Aug 30, 1969. Compiled from best vinyl, video and tape sources. Ex SBD/AUD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Winterland 10 October 1968 [aka "Winterland 2 Track"] (ATM 100 / 2000 / 1CDR) Tks 1-8 live at Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA Oct 10, 1968 [Complete 1st Show] [2 track Source]) low gen SBD. Tk 9 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA May 30, 1970 [1st Show] from "Soundtrack from the Film Jimi Hendrix" vinyl rip. Ex SBD stereo. NOTE: Foxy Lady is mastered too slow.

Jimi Hendrix - 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 Dec 26, 1965]; 76:34 / 73:46) Compiled from the Least Altered CD-, Vinyl- and Tape-sources - Digitally Restored. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Curtis Knight & The Squires: The Complete Recordings Vol.2 - Studio (ATM 103-104 / March 5, 2001 / 2CDR) contains 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. 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. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Live in Philadelphia (ATM 105-106 / March 30, 2000 / 2CDR) live at The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA April 12, 1969 / Temple University Stadium, Philadelphia, PA May 16, 1970. Both Shows: Aud; 1st Gen - Partially Digitally Restored (Some noise removed). Philadelphia, PA 16.05.70 is an upgrade of ATM 030 "Praying at the Temple". Also in circulation as two separate albums: "Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 12.04.1969" and "A Crack in the Liberty Bell". Good Audience mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Way Down in Texas Land (ATM 107-108 / May 31, 2000 / 2CDR) live at State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX Feb 16, 1968 [Complete Show] / Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX Feb 17, 1968 [Complete Show]; 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)]. 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". VG - VG+ AUD stereo. Vocals are very soft.

Jimi Hendrix - Newport Revisited (ATM 113 / May 13, 2000 / 1CDR) live at Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA June 20, 1969 [Sbd Source]; 62:58) Sbd; 2nd Gen. "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".Ex- SBD mono

Jimi Hendrix- The Atlanta Reel (ATM 114 / 2000 / 1CDR) live at Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA July 4, 1970 ["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. Atlanta is an Upgrade of the Atlanta-portion of ATM 017 "Soundboard Series Vol.2". Ex SBD stereo

Jimi Hendrix - The Royal Albert Hall, London Feb 18, 1969 [aka. "Royal Albert Hall - First Night"] (ATM 115-116 / 25.08.2000 / 2CDR) live at Royal Albert Hall, London Feb 18, 1969 [Complete Show from AUD Master Clone source]. This has been 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. These recordings are also featured as part of JPIO-II 015-018 "Prince Albert Does Not Bite The Tongue". VG AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Baltimore '70 (ATM 117 / 27.08.2000 / 1CDR) live at Civic Center, Baltimore, MD June 13, 1970 [Complete Show - 1st Source, 1st generation]. VG AUD stereo, distant and boomy. Speed corrected (+4%)

Jimi Hendrix - Denver Pop (ATM 118 / 27.08.2000 / 1CDR) live at Denver Pop Festival, Miles High Stadium, Denver, CO June 29, 1969 [almost complete show]. 2nd Gen. VG+ AUD mono? Speed corrected (+3,8%). Raw Source version is available. Gen Upgrade is available. This was a riot show that got halted when police fired tear gas into the crowd.

Jimi Hendrix - Soulful Sessions (ATM 119-120 / 01.09.2000 / 2CDR) Outtakes 1969-70 of Power Of Soul, Message to Love, Little Dog Of Mine, Heaven Has No Sorrow, Valleys Of Neptune, Stepping Stone, Izabella, Machine Gun, Lord I Sung The Blues and Lover Man. From Low Gen soundboard. Ex SBD stereo. A straight copy of this set has also been bootleged by 27 Records as "Soulful Sessions Vol.1" and "Soulful Sessions Vol.2", 2005.

Jimi Hendrix - The Chicago Shows 1968 (ATM 121-122 / 30.08.2000 / 2CDR) CD1 Tks 1-10 live at Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL Feb 25, 1968. Tks 11-17 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL Aug 10, 1968 [2nd Show]. CD2 live at Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, IL Dec 1, 1968 [Complete Show]. 1st and 2nd generation tapes. VG+ AUD mono. CD1 Tks 1-10 is an Upgrade of the Chicago-portion of ATM 011-012 / 013 B / 014-016 "Three Nights of Winter (Alternate version)".

Jimi Hendrix - The Berkeley Concerts (ATM 123-124 / 01.06.2000 / 2CDR) live at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA May 30, 1970 [1st & 2nd Show] Stereo Sbd; Master Clone. 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. Ex SBD stereo. Only the 2nd show has been officially released. NOT FOR TRADE.

Jimi Hendrix - Baltimore '69 (ATM 125 / 12.01.2001 / 1CDR) live at Civic Center, Baltimore, MD May 16, 1969. 1st Gen tape. Poor AUD mono. Distant, distorted, muddy sound.

Jimi Hendrix - Way Down in Texas Land II (Slight Return) (ATM 126-127 Rev A / 2001 / 2CDR) CD 1 live at Will Rogers Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX May 09, 1970 [Complete Show]. CD2 live at San Antonio Hemisfair Arena, San Antonio, TX May 10, 1970 [Stereo Mix; The Digitally Restored Mono Source synchronized with itself for Fake Stereo Sound]; Sources for Fort Worth: Aud; Master Clone. Source for San Antonio: Aud; 2nd Gen - Digitally Restored. Poor AUD fake stereo. A muddy blur.

Jimi Hendrix - Germany '70 (ATM 128-129 / released Oct 26, 2000 / 2CDR) live at Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin Sept 04, 1970 [1st Source (Almost Complete Show *) + 2nd Source] / Love and Peace Festival, Insel Fehmarn Sept 06, 1970 [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]. VG+ Audience mono? Jimi's voice is harsh. The shorter second source of Berlin show is brighter and probably the preferred version. The Isle of Fehmarn show is in VG+ stereo.

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 L
ove".

Jimi Hendrix - The Forum 1970 - Stereo (ATM 130-131 / released 2000 / 2CDR) live at Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA April 25, 1970 [Complete; Stereo Effect Recording; 1st & 2nd Source synchronized]; 49:51 / 36:00) 1st Source: Aud; from DAT of the Rubber Dubber vinyl bootleg / 2nd Source: Aud; Master. VG+ AUD stereo.

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"
- Different Stereo mix than available on the Collectors' Disc "Merge Vol.3".

Jimi Hendrix - Je Vous Aime Beaucoup (ATM 136 / released April 02, 2001 / 1CDR) from "Musicorama", live at l'Olympia, Paris Oct 18, 1966 and "Musicorama", l'Olympia, Paris Oct 09, 1967. Tracks 1&2 Oct 18, 1966: "Killing Floor" (5) & "Hey Joe" (6): Sbd; Lifted from the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set; "Wild Thing" (1): Sbd; No Gen Info - Digitally Restored / Oct 09, 1967: Sbd; 2nd Gen except "Hey Joe" (19): Aud; 2nd Gen / "Catfish Blues" (14): Sbd; also lifted from the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" Box Set. VG+ to EX SBD/AUD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE.

notes:
- Additional material from the Oct 09, 1967 show is available on Dagger Records' official bootleg "Paris 1967 / San Francisco, CA 1968", 2003 ["Stone Free" (33) / "Fire" (95)]

Jimi Hendrix - Winterland Feb 03, 1968: All Sources (ATM 137-138 / released Dec 12, 2001 / 2CDR) live at Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA; 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. These are the Raw Sources from which the Composite set ATM 184 "Winterland 03.02.1968" is made. CD1 is first source GD AUD mono. CD2 is second source VG+ AUD mono. Third source on CD2 is also VG+ mono?

Jimi Hendrix - New England Patriot (ATM 139-140 / released 2001 / 2CDR) CD1 live at Boston Garden, Boston, MA Nov 16, 1968 and CD2 Island Auditorium, Providence, RI Nov 27, 1968; 74:11 / 66:47. Boston: Aud; 1st Gen - Speed corrected & Some minor EQ'ing and de-noising / Providence: Aud; 1st Gen. CD1 GD AUD mono, has echo. CD2 VG AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Madison Blues: Modified Version (ATM 141-142 / released 2001 / 2CDR) CD1 live at Dane County Memorial Coliseum, Madison, WI May 02, 1970 modified version [Almost Complete; 2nd Source (Ketchum)]) Aud; 1st Gen - Modified (EQ'd & de-noised). 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. 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. VG+ AUD mono?

Jimi Hendrix - Tomorrow We'll Do Our Last Gig in the States (ATM 143 / released 2001 / 1CDR) live at Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI Nov 30, 1968 [1st & 2nd Source Composite]) Aud; 1st Gen (1st Source) & 2nd Gen (2nd Source). GD to VG AUD mono. As complete as possible versions of both Detroit sources (raw) are available on ATM 231-232 "Detroit Rock City".

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Lookin' For Trouble [ATM 144 1CD bootcity 68963] live at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 3, 1969. VG AUD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Lookin' For Trouble (ATM 144 / 2003 / 1CDR) live at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto May 3, 1969 [Complete Show]; Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored * VG+ AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - By Divine Providence (ATM 145 / released March 22, 2001 / 1CDR) live at Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI May 17, 1969; 62:10) Aud; 2nd Gen. VG+ AUD mono?

Jimi Hendrix - Do You Know The Way (ATM 146 / released March 22, 2001 / 1CDR) live at Northern California Folk / Rock Festival (aka.San Jose Pop Festival), Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA May 25, 1969 [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.] VG AUD stereo. Jimi's voice is too soft but the guitars sound great.

Jimi Hendrix - Jimi in Germany (ATM 147-151 Rev A / released 2001 / 5CDR) All Shows re-transferred from Masters 2000. Some shows have a few minor analog pop/clicks repaired. Note that the Cologne show is 2CDs as both versions are included, which actually makes this set 6CD-Rs. VG to VG+ AUD mono/stereo?

Disc 1: "Hamburg Jan 11, 1969": Musikhalle, Hamburg; 1st Show [Almost Complete]; 65:58 - Aud; 1st or 2nd Gen. Poor AUD mono. Sound is very rough.

Disc 2a + b: "Cologne Jan 13, 1969" (disc formerly called "Stuttgart 19.01.69"): Sporthalle, Cologne [1st Source]; 2 versions [1st version includes 10:22 segment by opening act Eire Apparent from the original tape]; 67:53 - Aud; 1st Gen. Both versions are mastered too slow. Good to VG AUD mono. Messy, blur sound.

Disc 3: "Nuremberg Jan 16, 1969": Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg; 1st Show [Complete]; 56:48 - Aud; 1st Gen VG AUD mono.

Disc 4: "Berlin Jan 23, 1969": Sportpalast, Berlin [Dressing Room Conversation * + Complete Show]; 55:33 - Conversation: Aud; No Gen info / Show: Aud; 1st Gen. VG+ AUD stereo?

Disc 5: "Berlin Sept 04, 1970": Super Concert '70, Deutschlandhalle, Berlin [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] VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Kick Out The Jams (ATM 152-157 / 19.08.2005 / 6CDR) Compilation of live jams 1967-70. CD1 Club Filips, Stockholm Sept 7, 1967 [Hansson & Karlsson Jam] + Scene Club, New York City, NY March 18, 1968 [Jam with Jim Morrison others]. CD2 Unidentified New York City Night Club April 1968 + Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY March 17, 1968. CD3 Cafe Au Go Go continued.

CD4 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"] + same venue April 15, 1968 Jam with BB King. CD5 continued Jam with BB King Generation Club, Apr 15, 1968 + Pop Expo '69, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA March 30, 1969 [Jam with Delaney & Bonnie] + Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, NY Aug 10, 1969. CD6 live at Ronnie Scott's Club, London 16.09.70 [Jam with Eric Burdon & War]) Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected. VG to VG+ SBD/AUD mono?

notes:

- It has not been 100% verified that the Hansson & Karlsson jam portion included in this set is the "real deal", and that these recordings do in fact feature Jimi Hendrix. 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. The recordings featured in this set are just 12 brief samples, and clock in at a total of a little over 16 min's. There also exists a 22:10 sample tape from this jam, 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 believed to be: Bo Hansson: Organ / Janne Karlsson: drums / Georges Clemons: drums / Jimi Hendrix: bass / and George Wadenius (from Blood, Sweat & Tears).

- Uncertainty has for a long time surrounded both the exact date for the Scene Club recordings and the personnel featured on them. The date has now been confirmed as March 18, 1968, 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.

- This set features all circulating live jam recordings of Jimi Hendrix 1966-70 with the exception of the jam at Newport '69 Pop Festival, San Fernando State College, Devonshire Downs, CA 22.06.69, available on ATM 032-034 "Earth vs. Space - The Newport Legacy".

- 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"]

Jimi Hendrix - Baltimore '70: Third Source (ATM 161 / 2003 / 1CDR) live at Civic Center, Baltimore, MD June 13, 1970 [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.] This set is 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". Poor-Gd AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Gothenburg '70 (ATM 162-163 / 28.03.2001 / 2CDR) live at Stora Scenen, Liseberg, Gothenburg Sept 1, 1970 [Almost Complete Show]; 45:05 / 45:03) Aud; 1st Gen (except patch in "Hey Joe" (59): 2nd Gen) - Digitally Restored (Noisy channel stripped off, some EQ and substantial de-noising). GD AUD mono?

Jimi Hendrix - Palasport di Bologna (ATM 164-165 / 10.05.2001 / 2CDR) CD1 Tks 1-5 live at Titan Top Show, Palasport, Bologna 26.05.68 [1st Show] [3rd Source]; Tks 6-13 Bologna 2nd source. CD2 Tks 1-7 Bologna 2nd source; Tks 8-10 "It Must Be Dusty", ITV Elstree Studio D, Borenhamwood 05.06.68 [Complete Show]; Tks 11-13 "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; SOURCES: 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. VG+ AUD stereo. Nice ambience and close to stage recording.

Jimi Hendrix - Can't Believe Everything You See And Hear (ATM 166 / 2001 / 1CDR) live at Konserthuset, Stockholm Jan 8, 1968 [1st Show]) Aud; 2nd Gen (Best Surviving Master) VG- to VG AUD mono, distant with some tape warble.

Jimi Hendrix - Portland '68 (ATM 167 / 2001 / 1CDR) live at Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR Sept 9, 1968 [Complete Show]VG to VG+ Aud stereo? Master Clone.

Jimi Hendrix - Way Down in Texas Land Vol.3 (ATM 168-169 Rev A / 2001 / 2CDR) CD1 live at Moody Coliseum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX August 3, 1968 [Complete Show]. CD2 Tks 1-7 live at Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX August 4, 1968 [1st Show] + filler Tks 8-10 Vets Memorial Coliseum, Columbus, OH March 3, 1968) VG to VG+ AUD mono? All 2nd Gen except Columbus, OH: Aud; No Gen Info. REV A version: 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.

Jimi Hendrix - Madison Square Garden '69 (ATM 170-171 / 2001 / 2CDR) live at Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY May 18, 1969 [CD1 1st Source (Yelen) (Complete Show) + CD2 2nd Source (Kulick) (Almost Complete Show *)] 1st Source: Aud; 2nd Gen / 2nd Source: Aud; 3rd Gen. [* "Red House" (55) is edited on the Kulick Source]. GD AUD mono. Noisy and distant recording. A Revised version, REV A, featuring upgrade of Disc 2 is available.

Jimi Hendrix - Jimi Hendrix & The Isley Brothers: In the Beginning (ATM 172 / 2002 / 1CDR) Compilation of material by The Isley Brothers feat.Jimi Hendrix, 1964: Tks 1-8 Vinyl-to-CD transfer of the LP "In The Beginning…The Isley Brothers and Jimi Hendrix" [T-Neck TNS-5007 / 1970] plus Additional material Tks 9-13: "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-to-CD transfers found on the Isley Brothers bootleg CD "Twist And Shout & Testify" [Teenage Record Co.1004] / Tks 14-21 Various material taken from the CD "The Isley Brothers: The Complete UA Sessions" [EMI Records CDP 595203 / 1991]. "In the Beginning" LP: Transferred from Mint Vinyl - Digitally Restored / Remaining material: Lifted from CDs - Partially Digitally restored. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE.

Jimi Hendrix - Atlanta + Space [aka. "Atlanta International Pop Festival"] (ATM 173-174 / 2001 / 2CDR)CD1 live at Atlanta International Pop Festival, Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA July 4, 1970 [Aud Source (Complete Show) + CD2 Tk 6-12 "Space Mix" (1st half of the Show)]. Aud Source: Stereo Aud; 3rd Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected (+5,2%) *. The "Space Mix" is SBD source. No Gen info. GD to VG AUD stereo. SBD source is VG+.

Jimi Hendrix - In the Eye of the Storm (ATM 175-176 / 09.11.2001 / 2CDR) live at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA May 30, 1970 [Complete 1st & 2nd Show - Aud Sources] 1st Show: Stereo Aud; 2nd Gen / 2nd Show: Aud (1st Aud Source); Master Clone. VG+ AUD stereo. Distant but clear.

Jimi Hendrix - In the West: SPEED CORRECTED (ATM 177-178 Rev A / 2001 / 2CDR) CD1 live at Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ Sept 4, 1968. CD2 Tks 1-4 live at Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA Sept 8, 1968; Tks 5-9 Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA Apr 26, 1969 [2nd Aud Source [Short] *] Phoenix: Aud; 1st Gen - Speed corrected & Partially Digitally Restored; Spokane: Aud; 2nd Gen **; Los Angeles Forum: Aud; 1st Gen. NOTE: The Los Angeles, CA 26.04.69 2nd Aud Source suffers from numerous minor clicks / pops, especially on "Red House" (50); Upgrade is available. GD to VG- AUD mono. Murky sound.

Jimi Hendrix - Cologne 13.01.69 - 2nd Source [aka. "Old Spice"] (ATM 179 / 2003 / 1CDR) live at Sporthalle, Cologne Jan 13, 1969 [2nd Source]; 55:41) Aud; Master ? - Speed corrected & Modified *. VG+ AUD mono. [* 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 dealing 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.]

Jimi Hendrix Experience - At TTG Studios: Oct 1968 [ATM 180-183 4CDs pinkrobert 959] CD1 16 or 17 Oct 1968 with Jack Bruce, Jim McCarty and Buddy Miles. CD2 October 1968. CD3 Oct 24-29, 1968. CD4 Tks 3-10 Eire Apparent, Ernie Graham’s band with Jimi guesting on guitar. All tracks recorded at Studio B, TTG Studios, 1441 N McCadden Street, Hollywood, CA. Ex SBD stereo. Best quality.

Jimi Hendrix - Winterland 03.02.68 - Composite (ATM 184 Rev A / 15.05.2002 / 1CDR)live at Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA Feb 3, 1968 [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. VG to VG+ AUD mono. A bit distant. 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".

The Jimmy James Singles Collection (ATM 185-186 / 2001 / 2CDR) (Vinyl to CD-transfer of all Pre-Experience 45 rpm Singles recorded 1964-1966: Jimi Hendrix 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 / Also includes related material with no Hendrix involvement) Compiled from Original 45 rpm Singles - Digitally Restored

The Jimmy James Singles Collection - V 2.0 (ATM 185-186 Rev B / 15.12.2004 / 2CDR) This revision/upgrade is also marked as REV B and includes 28tks on disc 1 and 26 tks on disc 2. In the first compilation there are 24 tks on both discs. 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 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

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.

Jimi Hendrix - Hendrix for Everyone (ATM 187-191 / 2002 / 5CD) The Complete 4 Hour KPFA Radio Special plus a 5th Music-only Disc of outtakes not on the show. 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 Collector's Disc "The KPFA Tapes".

Jimi Hendrix - Norman, Is That You Norman? (ATM 192 / 2002 / 1CDR) live at The Fieldhouse, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK May 8, 1970 [2nd Show; Almost Complete]; 66:18) Aud; Master - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected. This is the 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. VG+ AUD mono?

Jimi Hendrix - At His Best: Mike Ephron Sessions (ATM 193-194 2CD pinkrobert 981) Recorded at Jimi’s house, Shokan, New York, Sept 13, 1969. Best sources and cleaned up for best sound by the folks at Archived Traded Material. This set contains all material found on the four Sagapan LPs Jimi Hendrix At His Best Vol 1-3 and The Flyer. Ex SBD stereo

Jimi Hendrix - Tulsa (ATM 195 / 2002 / 1CDR) live at Civic Assembly Arena, Tulsa, OK June 7, 1970) Aud; 2nd Gen [non-Experience Hendrix Source] - Pitch corrected to match the EH-version. Notes: The last song of the show - "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)" - wasn't recorded. 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. VG AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Philharmonic Hall - All Sources (ATM 196-198 / 2002 / 3CDR) An Electric Thanksgiving, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY Nov 28, 1968 [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]. Poor to GD AUD fake stereo. Distant and very muddy. Only CD3, the shortest source is VG AUD fake stereo. Near stage and clear sound.

Jimi Hendrix - Winterland 11.10.68 - 2nd Audience Source (ATM 199-200 / 2002 / 2CDR)CD1 live at Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA Oct 11, 1968 [1st Show - 2nd Aud Source]. CD2 2nd Show - 2nd Aud Source plus Backstage interview by Gus Gossert for KPMX Radio at Winterland Arena, San Francisco (most likely) Oct 12, 1968. From 1st gen tapes. VG- AUD mono. Distant and muddy.

Jimi Hendrix - Berkeley, CA 30.05.70; 2nd Show - 2nd Audience Source (ATM 201 / 2002 / 1CDR) live at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA May 30, 1970 [Almost Complete 2nd Show * - 2nd Aud Source (Hallendorf)]VG- AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Winterland 11.10.68 [aka. "Winterland Old Source"] (ATM 202-203 / 2002 / 2CDR) live at Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA Oct 11, 1968 [Complete 1st Show + 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. VG+ AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Winterland 11.10.68 - 1st Show Composite (ATM 204 / 2002 / 1CDR) live at Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA Oct 11, 1968 [1st Show - Sbd & Aud Composite]) Stereo Sbd; 2nd Gen except Tk 5 "Foxy Lady" 2nd Aud Source, 1st Gen. Tk 7-8 "Star Spangled Banner" & "Purple Haze" are 1st Aud Source, 1st Gen. VG+ SBD/AUD stereo. Boomy sound.

Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsys - The Rehearsal Sessions (ATM 205-206 R / 2003 / 2CDR) The Complete unreleased recordings from the Band of Gypsys Rehearsals, Baggy's, New York City, NY December 18-19, 1969. Low Gen except "Message To Love" (12, 13), "Ezy Rider" (3, 4) & spot between "Message To Love" (11) and "Ezy Rider" (5): Lower Gen. Ex- SBD stereo. This is Upgrade of ATM 001 "The Band of Gypsys Rehearsals"; Better quality and additional material.

Jimi Hendrix - Denver Pop Festival 29.06.69 - 1st Generation Transfer (ATM 207 / 2003 / 1CDR) live at Denver Pop Festival, Miles High Stadium, Denver, CO June 29, 1969 [Almost Complete Show] Aud; 1st Gen - Speed corrected. 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). VG+ AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - The Winterland Reels (ATM 208-213 6CDR) This was compiled and distributed in 2003 and is an upgrade of ATM 011-016 Three Nights Of Winter which used a second generation tape source. The Winterland Reels uses a 1st generation tape and has been digitally "restored". Contains shows at Winterland Arena, San Francisco on Oct 10, 1968 [complete 1st and 2nd shows]; Oct 11 [ditto]; Oct 12 [ditto]. Three tracks from Oct 11, first show, uses an audience sourced tape. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Old Time [ATM 214-215 2CD] sessions at Jimi’s apartment, New York, on Jan 23, 1970. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix Band Of Gypsys - Unleashed In The East [ATM 216-217 2CD] live at Fillmore East, New York, Dec 31, 1969, complete show. Source is audience tape from Stewart H. This tape runs 10 per cent fast and has cuts here and there. The stereo is also unbalanced. VG AUD stereo. Muffled.

Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsys: Unleashed in the East (ATM 216-217 / 2003 / 2CDR)live at Fillmore East, New York City, NY Dec 31.12.69 [2nd Show - 2nd mono Aud Source ("The Hellman Tape")]2nd or 3rd Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected. 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. Poor to GD AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix Band Of Gypsys - Goodbye To ’69 [ATM 218-219 2CD] live at Fillmore East, New York, Dec 31, 1969, complete show. Tks 1-13 2nd show soundboard. Tks 14-16 2nd show audience source. VG to VG+ SBD/AUD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsys: Goodbye to '69 (ATM 218-219 / 2003 / 2CDR)live at Fillmore East, New York City, NY Dec 31, 1969 [Complete 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. 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. Ex SBD/AUD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals [ATM 220 1CD] Tks 1-4 Feb 24, 1969 evening show at Royal Albert Hall, London. Tks 5-18 afternoon rehearsals Feb 24, 1969. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Royal Albert Hall Rehearsals (ATM 220 / 2003 / 1CDR) live at Royal Albert Hall, London Feb 24, 1969 [Rehearsals & Show]; Stereo Sbd [New Source]; Low Gen (1st or 2nd Gen ?) - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected *This Disc is also in circulation as "He Was A Friend Of Ours" but omits two tracks. Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Seattle 1970 (ATM 226 / 14.02.2006 / 1CDR) live at Sicks Stadium, Seattle, WA July 26, 1970 [Almost Complete Show *]; 73:00) Aud; 2nd Gen ** with patches from 3rd Gen - Digitally Restored & Pitch 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] Poor to Gd AUD mono. Tiny sound despite the reel to reel recorder, this was recorded from single mic.

Jimi Hendrix - Experience (ATM 227-228 / 06.04.2004 / 2CDR) live at Royal Albert Hall, London Feb 24, 1969 [Rehearsals & Show]; 51:59 / 30:12) Stereo Sbd [New Source]; Low Gen (Master or 1st Gen ?) (Straight transfer). CD 1 is the rehearsals. CD2 is the show. 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 of the Rehearsals portion is available on JPIO 037 "Rockin' Rehearsals". Speed corrected & EQ'd version of the Show portion is available as part of JPIO 038 "Rockin' Rehearsals - Bonus Disc". Ex SBD stereo.

Jimi Hendrix - Swedish Castle Magic (ATM 229 / 20.05.2004 / 1CDR) live at Stora Salen, Akademiska Foreningen, Lund Sept 10, 1967 [1st Show]; 38:09) Aud; 1st Gen (Normalized and indexed). Same as the previously released JPIO-II 069 "Swedish Castle Magic". Upgrade (Master) is available. VG+ to Ex- AUD mono. Approx 30 mins.

Jimi Hendrix - Honolulu '69 (ATM 230 / 20.05.2004 / 1CDR)live at Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI May 30, 1969; 22:34) Aud; No Gen info (Straight transfer). 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. Poor AUD mono. Very muddy. Approx 23mins. Very short.

Jimi Hendrix - Detroit Rock City (ATM 231-232 / 12.12.2004 / 2CDR) live at Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI Nov 30, 1968 - 1st & 2nd Source; 38:58 / 46:45) 1st Source: Aud; Low Gen - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected / 2nd Source: Aud; 1st Gen - Digitally Restored. A 1st & 2nd Source composite is available on ATM 143 "Tomorrow We'll Do Our Last Gig In The States". Poor AUD mono. Boomy.

Jimi Hendrix - Singer Bowl 1968 (ATM 233 / 31.01.2006 / 2CDR) live at New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY Aug 23, 1968 [Complete Show]; 57:03) Aud; Low Gen [Allegedly Master] with patches in "Red House" (24) - Remastered & Speed corrected. "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." This set circulates with the artwork originally made for a slightly differently indexed version of the show, so the tracklist on the cover doesn't match the tracklist of this CD 100%. CD2 Bonus Disc: The Raw Source with no edits or speed corrections. Poor to GD AUD mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: Woodstock - Nothing But Primary Rhythm Things ... (ATM 239-240 / 21.04.2007 / 2CDR) live at Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY Aug 18, 1969 [Complete Show]. "A complete as possible version of the Woodstock performance; The basic source for this composite is the Eddie 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." The official release misses the tracks sung by Larry Lee. Ex SBD stereo. Composite - Digitally Restored & Pitch corrected to match the official version

Jimi Hendrix - Los Angeles Forum 1970: 4th Source (ATM 241 / 29.02.2008 / 2CDR) CD1 live in Los Angeles, CA, Apr 25, 1970. From Aud Master cassette. 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. There are 2 cuts in "Machine Gun" (14), where respectively 2:00 and 1:03 of music is missing. Notes: - This 4th source only consists of the first half of the concert, but this is all that remains of the recording. TT 51:61m

CD2 Bonus Disc: The 4th Source Modified version. 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)TT: 61:26m

Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland: Sessions May 1968 (ATM 242-245 / Dec 29, 2008 / 4CDR Demonoid 1831243) Part 3 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 - May 1-3 1968) Compiled from the Best available Sources - Digitally Restored & Speed corrected. 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. VG to Ex SBD stereo/mono.

Jimi Hendrix - Gypsy Sun & Rainbows: New York City (ATM 246-248 / 02.11.2009 / 3CDR Crosstown 2264)?Collection of available studio recordings from the Gypsy Sun & Rainbows august-september 1969. All material taken from the best available sources; All tracks checked and corrected for technical issues including pitch, phase offset, and digital errors.? 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. The recordings all likely took place at the Hit Factory except for the last track (from the Record Plant). Shortly afterwards Jerry and Larry left the group, and the ensemble that played at Woodstock was only a memory. VG+ to Ex SBD stereo/mono.

 

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