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Studio Out-Takes... Volume 1 - 1966-1968

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Studio Out-Takes... Volume 1 - 1966-1968 Studio Out-Takes... Volume 1 - 1966-1968
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Radioactive Records, 2004, Canada
Bestellnr: RRLP034

Songs / Hörproben:

  1. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
  2. La Poupee Qui Fait Non (previously unreleased)
  3. One Rainy Wish
  4. Angel
  5. Look Over Yonder

  6. 51st Anniversary
  7. Can You See Me
  8. Cat Talkin´ To Me
  9. Red House (Takes 1-4)
10. Fire

JIMI HENDRIX - guitar, vocals

Other musicians are not listed.

1.) Originally recorded at the Record Plant in New York in May 1968 during an ABC TV filming of a feature on
Jimi Hendrix that included interviews with Michael Jeffrey, Chas Chandler and Eddie Kramer. This version has
studio effects that were added later.
2.) An unfinished instrumental track recorded at an unknown studio (probably De Lane Lea in London) with
The Experience in March 1967.
3.) Recorded with The Experience at London´s Olympic Studios in October 1967. An alternate mix to the
version found an Axis Bold As Love with additional guitar.
4.) An early version of one of Jimi Hendrix´s most haunting ballads beautifully recorded at his flat in the
spring of 1968. The sound quality is fantastic.
5.) Originally called Mr. Bad Luck, this is an early alternate version recorded at Olympic Studios on May 1967
with The Experience. One of the earliest Jimi Hendrix-penned songs.
6.) From January 1967, this alternative version was recorded with The Experience at De Lane Lea Studios.
This was the first The Experience recording to feature overdubs instead of retakes. There are at least five
guitar over-dubs on this version.
7.) Another alternate version recorded at De Lane Lea Studios in November 1966 with The Experience. This is a
rough recording done during time remaining at the end of a session. The overdubs were added later.
8.) Recorded at Olympic Studios in January 1968. The original version was recorded the previous year and
featured Mitch Mitchell on vocals.
9.) Altenate takes from a recording session at De Lane Lee Studios in March 1967. The original version
from the previous December appeared on Are You Experienced. The four takes are continuous, which, along
wirh the banter between Jimi Hendrix and Chas Chandler in the control room, creates a truly involving
atmosphere. These particular versions were never used due to the missed notes from both Jimi Hendrix
and Noel Redding.
10.) Instrumental backing track recorded at Olympic Studios in February 1967, with overdubs added during
later sessions in March and April.

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