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Jimi Hendrix: Blues At Midnight. (Midnight Beat :: MB CD 037)
Recorded Live at Cafe Au Go Go, New York City, NY, USA - March 17, 1968.
Excellent+ Soundboard Recording :: Silver CD :: MP3 CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.

1. Little Wing
2. Everything's Gonna Be Allright
3. Three Little Bears pt.1
4. Three Little Bears pt.2
5. Jam Jam Jam
6. Stormy Monday
7. Blues in C

Files: 7. :: Size: 179.06 MB (mp3) | 464 MB (flac).
Total Time: 01:17:28 hour/s

Notes: LINEAGE: Original Silvers > EAC (secure, offset corrected, test and copy) > WAV > FLAC

I grabbed this gem at a shop in New York City back in the mid 90's with my best friend, 'Rich G'. Tracks 1-6 were recorded live at the Cafe Au Go Go on March 17th 1968, 152 Bleeker Street, Greenwich Village, New York City. Track 7 was recorded live at The Generation Club on April 15th 1968, 52 West 8th Street, New York City. The Cafe Au Go Go show also included Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop, Harvey Brooks, Buddy Miles, Herbie Rich, James Tatum, and Philip Wilson. The Generation Club also included B.B. King, Elvin Bishop, Buzzy Feiten, Al Kooper, and Philip Wilson.

If you're not familiar with this recording, it can best be described as a bunch of structured 'jams'. If you're into lyrics, this one's NOT for you!!! If you're into great instrumentals, particularly electric guitar, JUMP ON THIS!! The sound quality is very nice. I'd rate the SQ as a solid EX, in my humble opinion. Crowd noise can be heard at times, but it's faint at most. There are also a few fade-in/fade-outs, but almost hardly worth mentioning.

This is definitely one of the better sounding live performances with Jimi Hendrix I've heard. Lastly- I normally wouldn't include a scan of the actual disc, but this one's too cool looking to omit. Hope you guys agree. Thanks again to 'Alex D.' for the artwork scans. ENJOY!
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greyrocker a dit…

There's nothing better than Jimi playing bluesy guitar, so this could be great for me.
Thank you for sharing!!

Mystere2 a dit…

The sound recreates being in a small club with Jimi. What an experience that must have been. This recording lets us imagine. Good sound overall, especially for 1968. Sometimes other players get muddled a bit, but Jimi's guitar sings out high and strong. Thank you for sharing.

Anonyme a dit…

Thanks...glad to have found this.

Karina L-A a dit…

Amazing !

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