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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: jbwelda ()
Date: September 18, 2020 23:40

>To take it a step further and lay praise on the twins for the 1969 US Tour for
>making touring professional and modern where they made the model for large shows
>for instance arenas and stadiums .


Actually their equipment completely broke down most of that tour. The Ampeg amps for one thing, just not up to the rigors of road use. And I am not sure they carried their own PA with them...kinda doubt it.

I would say for numerous reasons, including coming to their rescue in Oakland 1969, the Grateful Dead deserve more credit for the move to real sound systems supplied by the band instead of the theatre or promoter.

But back to Hendrix, yeah he could have done a lot more if he had lived. Not sure I would have been one of his followers though, he pretty much burned out in front of our eyes if you ask me. Probably would have been much less low-key than he was originally, that was the direction I think he was going. More concentration on the music and less on the clown-man-ship. And he was increasingly politically aware so I think he would have continued on in that vein had he lived.

jb

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: TooTough ()
Date: September 19, 2020 00:00

Insel Fehmarn, Germany, Sunday, Sept. 6th, 1970






only followed by a Jam Session Ronnie Scott’s (with War)
London, September 16th 1970





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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: shortfatfanny ()
Date: September 19, 2020 00:40

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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: September 19, 2020 00:41





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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: September 19, 2020 00:42




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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: September 19, 2020 00:47

Not exactly the feel good story I was expecting when I saw a couple headlines about Ronnie Wood buys Hendrix' vintage guitar tbh.. Missed this at the time, but wonder if she still has it. Looks similar to the one posted above at his last performance but.. I've no clue in identifying guitars..cool smiley

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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: KevinM ()
Date: September 19, 2020 03:17

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jbwelda
>...

But back to Hendrix, yeah he could have done a lot more if he had lived. Not sure I would have been one of his followers though, he pretty much burned out in front of our eyes if you ask me. Probably would have been much less low-key than he was originally, that was the direction I think he was going. More concentration on the music and less on the clown-man-ship. And he was increasingly politically aware so I think he would have continued on in that vein had he lived.

jb

Re: "he could have done a lot more if he had lived"


I'm not sure how familiar you are with his entire catalog (or how much you like Hendrix), but if you haven't already, do a deep dive into his unreleased/outtakes/sessions/demos etc. I'd guesstimate about 150-200+ songs that I've found (that weren't from his 4 LP's). There's another ~70+ I have yet to find. Some of these are with other artists: Curtis Knight, Stephen Stills etc., but most are just Jimi, with or w/o the Experience or Band Of Gypsys. Even his volumes of live tracks are often so different than the studio versions, it's worth looking into. I also think you'll be pleasantly surprised in the styles of music he was putting out (but not officially releasing).


I've spent many hours (5k) researching & compiling rarities/unreleased lists of my favorite artists over the last 7 years. The Stones, The Beatles, Jimi, Led Zep & The Who have by far the most, in that order of unreleased. Honorable mention to Yes, Rush, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Van Halen (DLR era) who have a decent amount, but nowhere near the 1st 5, at least that I've found.


Most of Led Zep's unreleased (relative to the other groups) is live cover songs, often with poor audio.


Let me know if you want links/resources etc, I'm happy to share my findings.



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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: September 19, 2020 03:18

A few more from Insel Fehmarn, Germany, Sunday, Sept. 6th, 1970:









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I used to have this poster on my wall when in high school during the late 70's/early '80's...Jimi tripping out in the studio listening to his latest creations...



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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: jbwelda ()
Date: September 19, 2020 03:31

Thank you for your kind invite, Kevin. I was being hasty writing that post and made some errors, biggest being I meant to say he was increasingly low key. This: "Probably would have been much less low-key than he was originally," should have read: "Probably would have been much more low-key than he was originally,".

But I did follow his posthumous releases, at least for a while. Honestly, I didn't hear much there that I cared for. Personally I liked Electric Ladyland best of all his official releases while he was alive, but mostly liked the Experience in its original form. Band of Gypsies did nothing for me and still don't. Part of that comes from Buddy Miles' involvement, nothing the guy did did anything for me in the least. And that is the sad part about Hendrix if you ask me: he started consorting with lower level musicians because, I always thought, he had a low self esteem at the heart of it and being with people like Miles let him shine a little brighter without really having to try. And thats the vibe I got post Electric Ladyland: that he didn't really care to try. Part of the death spiral I suppose. But I am sure he would have pulled out of it eventually, and probably start putting out interesting stuff again at some point, probably either with his original sidemen or with completely different people. Imagine Hendrix meets Prince for instance.

jb

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: September 19, 2020 04:04

Some of his greatest songs were on the posthumous Cry of Love and Rainbow Bridge albums imo, even though they might not have been as complete or finished as they might have been had Jimi lived. From Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) and the instrumental Pali Gap on Rainbow Bridge, to just about all of Cry of Love...essential Hendrix. Both albums were later compiled together for First Rays of the New Rising Sun released in the '90's which was supposedly the concept and title of the album Hendrix was working on at the time of his death, but one key tune that album is missing is the live Hear My Train which was on Rainbow Bridge. A few years ago they re-released both the original Cry of Love and Rainbow Bridge on vinyl, and I couldn't help but buy two copies of each! My original '70's vinyls were a bit worse for wear to put it mildly, so to have brand new copies was somewhat of a miracle.

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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: dmay ()
Date: September 19, 2020 17:58

Nice read regarding other musicians weighing in on Hendrix as a musician and guitar player. Made me think of McCartney and his praise of Hendrix and how PM has played Hendrix during shows.

[www.theguardian.com]

Re: September 18, 2020
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: September 20, 2020 00:14

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MisterDDDD

Fair enough. Hadn't noticed the caption stating it was '70
Apologies, you are right, the pic should have matched the caption, thought it was generic.

It's okay pal! winking smiley What I was trying to say is the JH of 1970 looked considerably older and worn-out than the one from 67. As if he was consumed from the inside. Otoh our beloved stones aged very slowly : it's hard to tell if a certain pic of Mick or Keef is from 68 69 or 70.

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Date: September 20, 2020 00:26

I read somewhere Pink Floyd rehearsed Layla a few times. I'd love to hear this if you have found it.

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KevinM
Quote
jbwelda
>...

But back to Hendrix, yeah he could have done a lot more if he had lived. Not sure I would have been one of his followers though, he pretty much burned out in front of our eyes if you ask me. Probably would have been much less low-key than he was originally, that was the direction I think he was going. More concentration on the music and less on the clown-man-ship. And he was increasingly politically aware so I think he would have continued on in that vein had he lived.

jb

Re: "he could have done a lot more if he had lived"


I'm not sure how familiar you are with his entire catalog (or how much you like Hendrix), but if you haven't already, do a deep dive into his unreleased/outtakes/sessions/demos etc. I'd guesstimate about 150-200+ songs that I've found (that weren't from his 4 LP's). There's another ~70+ I have yet to find. Some of these are with other artists: Curtis Knight, Stephen Stills etc., but most are just Jimi, with or w/o the Experience or Band Of Gypsys. Even his volumes of live tracks are often so different than the studio versions, it's worth looking into. I also think you'll be pleasantly surprised in the styles of music he was putting out (but not officially releasing).


I've spent many hours (5k) researching & compiling rarities/unreleased lists of my favorite artists over the last 7 years. The Stones, The Beatles, Jimi, Led Zep & The Who have by far the most, in that order of unreleased. Honorable mention to Yes, Rush, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Van Halen (DLR era) who have a decent amount, but nowhere near the 1st 5, at least that I've found.


Most of Led Zep's unreleased (relative to the other groups) is live cover songs, often with poor audio.


Let me know if you want links/resources etc, I'm happy to share my findings.

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: September 20, 2020 00:56

Steve Miller Band Shares ‘Peppa Sauce,’ an Instrumental Tribute to Jimi Hendrix Recorded on Sept. 18, 1970 – the Day Hendrix Died

Steve Miller

It was 50 years ago today, Sept. 18, that Jimi Hendrix passed away — one of the most talented and gifted guitarists the world has ever seen, gone at just 27 years of age.
That same fateful day in 1970, the Steve Miller Band took the stage at Pepperland, a now-defunct venue in San Rafael, California.

At the gig, the Steve Miller Band busted out a blistering musical homage to Hendrix in the form of “Peppa Sauce,” a seven-minute instrumental jam from the group that is about as on-point a musical tribute can be.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Hendrix’s passing, Miller shared the track on Friday.





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Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: KevinM ()
Date: September 20, 2020 05:48

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georgemcdonnell314
I read somewhere Pink Floyd rehearsed Layla a few times. I'd love to hear this if you have found it.

Quote
KevinM

I don't have Layla, but I'll be on the lookout for sure.

In the meantime, check out The Who & Pink Floyd - live New Year's Eve '68.


New Year's Eve - live in Paris 1968 The Who & Pink Floyd


+ The Small Faces - The Troggs - Joe Cocker - Fleetwood Mac

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: doitywoik ()
Date: September 20, 2020 07:31

Jimi was the first musical hero in my then still young life. I was still in primary school, and a few months after I had discovered him he already died. I still remember the newspaper front pages saying "Jimi Hendrix dead", in giant letters covering almost all of the page. But by then I was already hooked. My second LP ever was a Jimi Hendrix album called "In The Beginning" – where, as I found out later, he didn't even play on most of the tracks (my first LP ever was the Stones' first album). But shortly after that one I got "Band of Gypsies" – not the worst choice for getting deeper into Jimi's music.

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: black n blue ()
Date: September 20, 2020 18:06

Awesome photos here from Hairball. thanks a lot.

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: LeonidP ()
Date: September 21, 2020 05:27

I never heard him much from way back, I recall Purple Haze on the radio a bit. Then one of my buddies gave me his cassette copy of Axis: Bold As Love ... I think I played it for a month straight!

Songs like Little Wing, Castles Made of Sand, etc. are so beautiful, I was mesmerized just listening to the guitar work. I recall then getting a live album, Band of Gypsys 2, and fell in love w/ Hey Joe! Of course then I got all his albums at that time.

I stopped buying them because then they started releasing too many and at the time I just felt it was the record company just cashing in, I probably missed out on some good stuff since!

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: September 22, 2020 04:38

No one sounds like him. They try, but fall short of the glory. I think Bloomfield had a wider range, but Hendrix had a feel no one could touch.

Re: OT: Jimi Hendrix
Date: September 22, 2020 04:43

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Hairball
Steve Miller Band Shares ‘Peppa Sauce,’ an Instrumental Tribute to Jimi Hendrix Recorded on Sept. 18, 1970 – the Day Hendrix Died

Steve Miller

It was 50 years ago today, Sept. 18, that Jimi Hendrix passed away — one of the most talented and gifted guitarists the world has ever seen, gone at just 27 years of age.
That same fateful day in 1970, the Steve Miller Band took the stage at Pepperland, a now-defunct venue in San Rafael, California.

At the gig, the Steve Miller Band busted out a blistering musical homage to Hendrix in the form of “Peppa Sauce,” a seven-minute instrumental jam from the group that is about as on-point a musical tribute can be.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Hendrix’s passing, Miller shared the track on Friday.





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This is extraordinary. Probably one of my new favorite songs.

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