Saturday, 2 February 2008

Jimi Hendrix - Koln (Cologne) Germany 1969

I was still a little to young to appreciate what Jimi Hendrix was all about at the time.

I guess by the time I started to really appreciate rock & blues music, Jimi was already a casualty.

My clearest recollection of Jimi Hendrix was seeing him performing live on Lulu's BBC Saturday night show 'A happening For Lulu' on January 4th 1969.

Fittingly this bootleg is from a performance just nine days later in Germany.

On the day Jimi attended an autograph session at Studio Du Monde Book & Record Shop.

Part of the event was filmed and later featured as part of the German television program Beat Club.

In the evening The Jimi Hendrix Experience performed two shows with support 'Eire Apparent' at Studio Dumont in Cologne, Germany.

This then is one of those shows from the 13th January 1969. It is a very good quality soundboard recording.

The set list is:

01- Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)
02- Foxey Lady
03- Red House
04- Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
05- Fire
06- Spanish Castle Magic
07- Hey Joe
08- Sunshine Of Your Love
09- Star Spangled Banner
10- Purple Haze

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A few Jimi Hendrix CD options HERE.

4 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this Mike. Martin from Canada.

Sam said...

Thanks so much for this! Esp. the rare live "Come On"!

Anonymous said...

hey thanks beehive, ya got some serious jams goin' on here.. dresden dolls i'm not so sure about, my twelve year old recently went to see them in t.o., said it was good, though, but hey, it's fresh! just like honey! two yums for jimi and there's a couple other fresh lobsters on here i'm gonna take a look at.. ride 'em high, cowboy... tex (also from ) canada.. land of hobos and hapless (chapless?!) cowboys.....