Little Wing outtro, Voodoo Child(Slight Return) – Jimi Jamming Down Exit 69

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Voodoo Child(Slight Return) – 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 guidelines of “fair use” in title 17 ยง 107 of the United States. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purpose of
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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
Video Rating: 5 / 5