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  1. Re: Woodstock & Band Of Gypsys - Goldmine Magazine 2000

    Juma is big-mouthed, but he was a freeloader, a musical neophyte.
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    Re: Peter Green RIP 1946-2020

    As a bonus...yesterday I got talking to a gentleman named Kenneth in relation to Peter Green. It happens he attended the New York Pop Festival at Randall's Island and ended up on stage with Jimi:

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    Peter Green RIP 1946-2020

    My personal favorite guitar player aside from Jimi is dead :-(
    His touch...his touch...and what a nice man.
    His friend Andrew Kastner has related a nice story about the period after Peter left...
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    Re: Electric Church ?

    It's all Jim McCarty. Or at least no one involved recalled Jimi playing on it. It seems he only added his guitar when he felt it was needed for strengthening the band, as for Eire Apparent. He didn't...
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    Re: Electric Lady Studios

    Yes agreed. That's probably as close to the truth as we'll ever get.
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    Re: Buddy Miles Express recordings with Jimi

    There no bass on World Traveller and It's Too Bad.
    I think the guitarist on part on the untitled jam might be Buddy Miles. Jim McCarty was better than that.
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    Re: 1965-09-25 Allen Town, 'The Hub' at YM-WCA, 425 South 15th Street, PA

    It's interesting that we now know (through Jimmy Mayes?) that Jimi played with Joey Dee in September-November 1965, overlapping with Isley Brothers gigs, and before he hooked up with Curtis Knight/Ed...
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    Re: 50 years ago: The Chalpin/Hendrix contract

    Thanks. This was reported here and there on the net. Strange that no media outlet picked it up.
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    Re: RIP Little Richard

    Paid a standard sideman Chitlin Circuit salary?
    No I haven't worked out the relative economics.
    Could be that Little Richard paid his sidemen relatively well, who knows.
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    Re: RIP Little Richard

    The only track he can be heard on is I Don't Know What You Got (But It's Got Me). They never collaborated, Jimmy was a (poorly) salaried band member.
  11. Thread: Debbie Toomey

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    Debbie Toomey

    I post in this section as a precaution in case they thread is wilted by conspiracy theorists.
    But - Debbie Toomey, American waitress. Allegedly Jimi stayed "a week" in her "flat" in London in...
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    Re: Bummer On Zelzah Avenue

    Thanks, FF.
    I listened to the audio/sb complete thing, thanks trigger. Sweet.
    It's a shame about the tape chew/skipping noises that start on Voodoo Child and get worse in Purple Haze. But I guess...
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    Re: Bummer On Zelzah Avenue

    Will be interesting - many thanks!
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    Re: Buddy Miles studio shennanigans

    Buddy Miles had a bad rep in the music business, I thought this was widely known. I remember an old interview with Ken Voss in Univibes where he said: "Buddy uses people like he uses drugs, and he...
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    Re: Some Links to Recent Work etc

    Thanks a lot, FD.
    From memory the Madison tape is much improved!
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    Re: Billy Rich talks about Jimi

    They did not.
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    Re: Billy Rich talks about Jimi

    Yes. Buddy Miles Express never played the UK in 1969-70.
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    Re: Billy Rich talks about Jimi

    Note that The Express did absolutely not open for Jimi at the Albert Hall or any concert in the UK. Is Billy a pure bullshitter? How can he "remember" that he traveled to another continent and played...
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    Re: Johnny Brantley productions list

    To respond in your own language, Fender's - HAHAHA! REALLY!?

    Again. It's not about being "competitive" or "superior" (but interesting that you jump to that conclusion?), it's about not diluting...
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    Re: Johnny Brantley productions list

    Well enjoy then, Fender's. I have no need for an unwieldy pdf document collating Niko Bauer's earlyhendrix site, and getting some of it wrong, including many facts I unearthed myself, honestly.
  21. Thread: Chris Wood ?

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    Re: Chris Wood ?

    This was reported in the old Electric Gypsy book. I think the source of the claim is a newspaper article from the journalist who went along on the Swiss tour dates - Chris Welch? Can't recall now,...
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    Re: Johnny Brantley productions list

    I'll have to take your word as far as the credits go, but why regurgitate others' work in less readable form instead of doing his/her/your own research? I don't get that.
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    Re: Johnny Brantley productions list

    BTW I call BS on "Mike from Baltimore". It's probably Lee Moses playing on all the overdubbed tracks with wiped vocala.

    As well as Hermon Hitson's claim that he innocently recorded an album that...
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    Re: Johnny Brantley productions list

    Win Your Love is not Lonnie Youngblood, it's the same track as The Icemen (I Wonder) What It Takes. But yeah, Lonnie did have a hand in overdubbing sax on the "instrumental" version Psycho....
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    Re: MOON DUST - screenplay for music video

    Stoned gibberish whoever wrote it.
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