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Post by cyh on Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:56 pm

Hi! Wondering if there are any Hendrix fans here? Would also like to know if anyone can suggest any good/great Hendrix posthumous recordings?
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Post by cyh on Sun Aug 14, 2011 10:16 am


I just thought I share this image of the recent purchase I made from ebay Very Happy
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Post by JediSavant on Fri Aug 26, 2011 11:01 am

Much of the posthumous releases are bootlegged recordings of concerts and festivals or plain old club gigs that Hendrix played at. Results vary but are often mediocre.

For a complete listing, check out allmusic, a music data base online and search under artist. Often, the listings there have a some side comments detailing content and quality.

From what I can see in the picture above, the first LP is Electric Ladyland, Hendrix's last album with his band, The Experience. The 3rd one is Axis Bold as Love, his second album, and the 4th one along is Are you Experienced? the first album.
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Post by fizi on Fri Aug 26, 2011 11:55 am

Dear Jimi fans...
Anybody interested on double LP vinyl let me know... Cool
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Post by JediSavant on Fri Aug 26, 2011 11:59 am

which one bro? Electric Ladyland? Essential Jimi Hendrix? or the soundtrack to a film about Jimi?
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Post by fizi on Sat Aug 27, 2011 6:08 pm

JediSavant wrote:which one bro? Electric Ladyland? Essential Jimi Hendrix? or the soundtrack to a film about Jimi?



The Story Of Jimi Hendrix......
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Post by fizi on Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:32 am

JediSavant wrote:which one bro? Electric Ladyland? Essential Jimi Hendrix? or the soundtrack to a film about Jimi?

Hi Jedi....are u still keep vinyl record...im looking at stevie ray voughn - sky is crying Very Happy
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Post by quintaruban on Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:01 am

Fizi, me big time jimi fan:)) - as great as he is - i think he overshadowed many capable players who would have shined otherwise ex.Eddie Hazel, but then again
Jimi is Jimi, he was the new world order then..sometimes he still is - I love his "Blues" album - got myself a rare one for my vault, from the now defunct Classic Records (All tube Mastering)..super super..
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Post by JediSavant on Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:39 am

Fizi, I do keep and collect vinyl and only have the first 3 Jimi albums.

Stevie Ray Vaughan is awesome. Sky is Crying is probably his most refined work, but his live albums are something else altogether. SRV's cover versions of Little Wing, Voodoo Chile (SLight Return) etc are just awesome.
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Post by fizi on Mon Aug 29, 2011 11:45 am

Willing to let go my The Story Of Jimi double vinyl's anybody interested on it just PM me....seldom play it,is better for me to sell it who ever valued it more then me Wink

p/s - anybody got SRV vinyl - sky is crying let me know k cheers
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Post by JediSavant on Mon Aug 29, 2011 11:50 am

I saw a near-mint copy of Sky is Crying yesterday at Amcorp Mall. THe stall owner is Rama, next to Joe's Mac, lower ground floor. He's also got a good range of SRV live albums.
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Post by fizi on Mon Aug 29, 2011 12:02 pm

JediSavant wrote:I saw a near-mint copy of Sky is Crying yesterday at Amcorp Mall. THe stall owner is Rama, next to Joe's Mac, lower ground floor. He's also got a good range of SRV live albums.


Amcorp is one of the place that i must visit during my trip to KL...will check on it but during this festive seasons i dont think so i can manage to KL and i afraid will stuck on massive traffic next weekend....thanks for the info anyway
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Post by cyh on Mon Aug 29, 2011 5:14 pm

Much of the posthumous releases are bootlegged recordings of concerts
and festivals or plain old club gigs that Hendrix played at. Results
vary but are often mediocre.

For a complete listing, check out
allmusic, a music data base online and search under artist. Often, the
listings there have a some side comments detailing content and quality.

From
what I can see in the picture above, the first LP is Electric Ladyland,
Hendrix's last album with his band, The Experience. The 3rd one is Axis
Bold as Love, his second album, and the 4th one along is Are you
Experienced? the first album.
Hi Jedi, thanks for the reply. Will check out the various recordings on the website you mentioned. I've heard the 1st 3 recordings of Jimi and it's great. Recently got the live recording of the "Blue Wild Angel', not so good recording but again great performance! BTW, what do you think of these 3 records?- The Cry of Love, Rainbow Bridge & War Heroes you think it's worth going after?
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Post by JediSavant on Thu Sep 22, 2011 7:23 pm

cyh,

sorry man, didn't see your last post until now...

The Cry of Love is a must-have as well. I just haven't found a decent copy yet. It contains stuff that was only heard live before the album came out. Notable tracks include Freedom, Ezy Rider and one of the best ballads of all time in any genre, Angel.

I'm not familiar with the other two, but I think I've seen the film of Rainbow Bridge at some time in the hazy past..
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