June 27, 1970
Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
audience recording: 6/10
The Experience--and Jimi in particular--were in fine form on this evening. Before an enthusiastic sold out house, Jimi once again tinkered with his set list, discarding "Machine Gun", but adding "Stone Free" [the...
Jimi attended an autograph session at Studio Du Monde Book & Record Shop. Part of the event was filmed and later featured as part of the German television program Beat Club. In the evening The Experience perform two shows with Eire Apparent at Studio Dumont in Köln, Germany.
The Howard Stern Show
New York City, NY - 1987
part 1 - interview
part 2 - Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
part 3 - Superstition (Stevie plays guitar, Stern and Robin...
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*jimmi Hendrix-live at the royal albert hall
DISC 1 (66.06)
1. Introduction & Tune-up 1.04
2. Lover Man 4.10 L708
3. Stone Free 12.03 L709
4. Getting My Heart Back Together Again 10.34 L845
5. I Don't Live Today 5.40 L868
JIMI ladyland 68'
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Electric Ladyland Outtakes
An intimate view into the creative process behind one of rock's Greatest albums. The first disc is mostly solo material of Jimi working out chord progressions and phrasings - an audio...
As my cheap little 15 watt Peavey Amp has no effects on it, I am looking to buy an effects peddle or 2 to try and make my dull flat guitar noise sound better.
I have the Digitech Grunge distortion pedal which is ok but really ONLY for serious fuzzy distortion for death metal &...
Anyone has a complete version of:
"The Knack - My Sharona"
"Del Amitri - It Might as Well be You"
I will be glad to exchange for any of my library. Here follows a list of what I have. I have no clue how to upload these files so they can be available to everyone. Anyone willing to teach me...
I'm opening this thread so we can tell our story as a musician.
Wheter you are/were in band, made any money, or just picked up the instrument because you wanted to make noise, tell us about it.
I'm sure there are tons of great stories to be told and to share.
It's all right here, baby!
This is of course a question for axe slingers.
The first song I ever learned was Jimi Hendrix' Manic Depression. I actually still can't play it in its entirety (as it is the case with most of the songs I ever tried to learn).