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Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« on: July 21, 2007, 10:47:17 AM »
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=155167

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   Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions


Silver Boot- CD-r - EAC - Flac


Jimi Hendrix - Guitar
John McLaughlin - Guitar
Dave Holland - Bass
Buddy Miles - Drums

Record Plant
3/25/69

Quality A-

Track01 27:39 (maybe the only cut with McL)
Track02 2:25
Track03 1:23
Track04 5:23
Track05 4:27

Total 41:19

Enjoy !!!!
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If you don't have a dime account, I will be seeding this on TTD and lossless legs.  I don't think (I could be wrong) this seed is etree friendly, so I can't seed it at etree. 

looks sick.  I'm downloading now. 
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Re: Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2007, 10:59:38 AM »
Yowza :-o

Thanks for the heads up.

Edit:  429 seeders, 41 leeches right now!   4 min dl.
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Re: Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2007, 12:12:58 PM »
nice, I read McLaughlin wasn't too terribly impressed w/ this session but historically speaking, a nice nugget.

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Re: Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« Reply #3 on: July 21, 2007, 02:31:52 PM »
looks unreal. thanks :-)
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Re: Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« Reply #4 on: July 21, 2007, 02:34:13 PM »
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TORRENT BANNED FROM DIME!

Although some of these tracks have different sound and are differently mixed, these are the same takes as the officially released versions:

"It's Too Bad" > Experience Hendrix 4CD box set
[Experience Hendrix / MCA 112 316-2 / 2000 / EU / 4CD Box]

"Drone Blues" (1)  - on Experience Hendrix "Hear My Music"
[Dagger / Experience Hendrix / Geffen CATF 05153-2 / 2004 / USA / 1CD]

"Jimi / Jimmy Jam" > Experience Hendrix "Hear My Music"
[Dagger / Experience Hendrix / Geffen CATF 05153-2 / 2004 / USA / 1CD]

Plus, several of the other tracks have been released officially on the 1980 "Message From The Universe" LP [Polydor 2311 016 / 1980 / New Zealand / 1LP]

The 1st track (The "Hendrix/McLaughlin Jam) remains unreleased to this day.

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Re: Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« Reply #5 on: July 21, 2007, 04:40:03 PM »
this could be why i cant download it  :wink:

I found another good one:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=69003

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Jimi Hendrix - Unsurpassed Masters (Studio Reels) 5 CDs

Direct from Masters, 1st or 2nd gen studio reels 9-9.5/10

5Hours 34Minutes of pure Jimi Hendrix in excellent sound quality!

My source: CDR > FLAC

CD1
01-13 Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Sessions 32:39
04-18 Rainy Day Dream Away Sessions 10:48
19-32 Mannish Boy Sessions (Part 1) 27:29

CD1 Total Time: 70:56

CD2
01-17 Mannish Boy Sessions (Part 2) 30:26
18-30 Mannish Boy Sessions (Part 3) 34:22

CD2 Total Time: 64:48

CD3
01 Jammin With Devon 3:22
02-04 Izabella Overdub Sessions 6:41
05-09 Honeybed (Including Nightbird Flying) 9:13
10 Beginnings 5:46
11 Bleeding Heart 3:55
12 Bolero 6:06
13 Crash Landing 4:44
14 Somewhere 4:22
15 Peace in Mississippi 4:52
16 Stone Free (Again) 4:12
17 Message to Love 3:55
18 Come Down Hard on Me Baby 3:56
19 Power of Soul 4:07
20 MLK 4:36
21 Power of Soul (Edit) 1:34

CD3 Total Time: 71:21

CD4
01-20 Power of Soul Sessions 35:08
21-24 How Can I Live Sessions 19:38

CD4 Total Time: 54:46

CD5
01-05 Power of Soul Sessions (Part 2) 13:36
06-10 Send My Love to Linda/Live and Let Live Sessions 15:10
11 Jimi on Bass 6:22
12-32 Bolero/Come Down Hard on Me Baby/Midnight Lightning Sessions 37:20

CD5 Total Time: 72:28
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Re: Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« Reply #6 on: July 21, 2007, 10:15:14 PM »
fuck me iin the ass, this loojs awesome

EDIT: BANNED from dime
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Re: Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« Reply #7 on: July 21, 2007, 11:36:44 PM »
well I'm glad I grabbed it.  I can do a sendspace tomorrow for anyone who may want it.  just pm me. 
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Re: Jimi Hendrix - The McLaughlin Sessions 1969
« Reply #8 on: July 22, 2007, 10:40:47 AM »
So I listened to this last night and the sound quality is excellent.  The first track, which is a long jam, is pretty good.  I noticed one thing though, during some of the "free form" sections Jimi sounded out of his element, and a bit lost.  During the "blues" section John seemed out of his element and Hendrix really shined.  This recording also shows why Hendrix is Hendrix, and why he rarely played with other guitarists.  He continually steps on McLaughlin's toes and offers him little room to groove or expand upon any themes.  Also, Jimi's use of the pentatonic scale sounds really misplaced over John's funk based jazz chords.  Jimi does hold his own though, but I think McLaughlin comes off sounding like the more polished musician, while Hendrix displays his raw energy and soul throughout his playing.       
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