Hear My Train A Coming – Jimi Jamming Down Exit 69

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As pure as it gets, my and the trio’s first attempt on Jimi’s classic live performance of Hear My Train A Coming as released on Rainbow Bridge. Recorded March 21, 1996 Hear My Train A Coming – This is a completely unrehearsed open stage performance, so whatyou hear and see is the first-time performance as a trio. The bassist and drummer were given the list of songs to listen to, and from there we just played it (you can see the drummer charts). Here’s the story…late February (1996) I get a call from Sam (the bassist) and Andy (the drummer) asking me if I would come out to a blues jam they are hosting and perform a set of Hendrix as a tribute. I agreed and called them back with a set list for the show. The show would be totally unrehearsed as no one had much personal free time and no space to rehearse. At this time, this was the first time I had played out in many months due to a heavy work schedule and the holidays. So what you hear and see is the first-time performance as a trio. And the recording is as basic as one can get…one 90s era video camera stationed on a table, one cheap PA, and no miked instruments. This performance took place around the 1996 vernal equinox. For those who are curious, the amp being use is a Fender Blues Junior driving a 66 bandmaster cabinet. The amp master volume was probably around 4-5, the volume around 7-8. Sam Beason – bass/vocals Andy Douglas – drums Eddie Grey – guitar/vocals The use of any copyrighted material is used under the
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25 Responses to “Hear My Train A Coming – Jimi Jamming Down Exit 69”

  1. waydeepinside Says:

    Eddie,
    about 30 years ago I picked up a good buddy’s 72 Les Paul that was hooked up to what I thought was a 200 watt Marxhall amp.
    Now I am thinki9ng it was a 100 watt amp.
    The guitar started making feedback through the amp and I about pissed and crapped myself& quickly put the guitar respectfully down,,as though it was a live grenade.
    My Lord, Eddie to play this one it sounds like you had the volumne up to the near max.

    GREAT HAMMAGE to the great Hendrix………

  2. backwoodsgps Says:

    are awesome Eddie

  3. eddiegrey Says:

    Cheers, Dave…very glad you enjoyed it!

  4. eddiegrey Says:

    I’d enjoy the Jimi share…cool!

  5. eddiegrey Says:

    I appreciate knowing your thoughts!

  6. eddiegrey Says:

    Well, that’s very kind of you to say…cheers, mate!

  7. eddiegrey Says:

    Cheers!

  8. eddiegrey Says:

    8-D…thanks, Andre!

  9. eddiegrey Says:

    Best wishes and cheers your way, Nadine!

  10. eddiegrey Says:

    My humble thanks back to you, Paul!

  11. eddiegrey Says:

    Hey Steven, cool that this was your starter…a jam would be fun, I’m sure!

  12. eddiegrey Says:

    Thank you, Bill…I appreciate it!

  13. eddiegrey Says:

    Greets Vic…there was some very inspiring music from that Era, and this Jimi comp is one of the tops…it has so much blues and soul to draw from…best wishes your way, maestro!

  14. eddiegrey Says:

    Several cheers back to you, Paul!

  15. eddiegrey Says:

    I just do my best to recreate a bit of Jimi’s magic…it’s a joy to keep Jimi’s great music alive…thanks for being tuned in, friend!

  16. eddiegrey Says:

    Love and light to you, Sharine!

  17. eddiegrey Says:

    Wow,cool!

  18. eddiegrey Says:

    Hey brother, thanks for tuning in!

  19. eddiegrey Says:

    Hi Lisa, thanks for the xos!

  20. eddiegrey Says:

    Peace and happiness, and cheers, Trevor!

  21. eddiegrey Says:

    Amigo Marc, I’m happy you dig this!

  22. eddiegrey Says:

    Merci, Yvan…merci beaucoup!

  23. eddiegrey Says:

    Well, thank you so very much, badboyboogie!

  24. eddiegrey Says:

    Cheers again, my friend!

  25. eddiegrey Says:

    Always a pleasure to share the music with you!

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