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JIMI HENDRIX - DRIVIN' SOUTH (AT GEORGE'S CLUB 20, NEW JERSEY, 26th DECEMBER 1965)

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"In May 1966, Jimi Hendrix was discovered playing the blues in New York clubs by the then girlfriend of Keith Richard, Linda Keith. Excitedly she brought down music-business friends Andrew Loog Oldham and Seymour Stein, who passed on signing the act. Then she brought along Chas Chandler, who was about to leave The Animals.
The rest is history.
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By 1965, Jimi had completed stints as guitar-for-hire with the Isley Brothers, Little Richard and others. His next was with Curtis Knight, and when Curtis played live, he gave over part of the set to his prodigious new guitarist. In between Curtis numbers and 60's pop covers, showman Jimi would come forward and perform his blues.
Jimi and Curtis signed a recording contract with Ed Chalpin, who made these live recordings.
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Recently re-mastered from the original ¼" tapes, recorded live on a snowy Boxing Day '65 in Georges Club 20, Hackensack, New Jersey, all the songs showcasing Jimi's guitar and vocals have now been put together on one album, Drivin' South. What can be heard is Jimi's unique fluid style applied to the blues he loved and built his music on- by now a fully accomplished blues musician, he had to be persuaded by Chandler to branch out into the rock and pop arena.
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Pretty much the real, raw Hendrix, this is the nearest documentto what so impressed Chandler and Linda Keith a few months later, including songs he continued to perform throughout his short career like Killing Floor, Bleeding Heart and I'm A Man, and his own composition Drivin' South.
Together with many tracks not heard performed by Jimi elsewhere, this album gives an essential and intriguing insight into the early years of one of the most significant artists of the last century.
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Jimi Hendrix Drivin South Boxing Day 1965 Georges Club 20 Hackensack, New Jersey, Jungle Records FREUD CD065 / 065

Source: Re-Mastered From Original 1/4" Tapes -> ? -> CD (Liberated Bootleg-"Drivin South" - Jungle Records)."
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01 DRIVING SOUTH (Jimi Hendrix)
02 TRAVELLIN' TO CALIFORNIA (Albert King)
03 I'M A MAN (Elias McDaniel)
04 I'VE GOT A SWEET LITTLE ANGEL (B.B.King)
05 KILLING FLOOR (Howling Wolf)
06 BLEEDING HEART (Elmore James)
07 BRIGHT LIGHTS BIG CITY (Jimmy Reed)
08 GET OUT MY LIFE WOMAN (Allen Toussaint)
09 LAST NIGHT (The Markeys)
10 BABY WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO (Jimmy Reed)
11 WHAT'D I SAY (Ray Charles)

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LOOK FOR: DRIVIN 1 & 2
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(320Kbps with complete 300ppp ArtWork)

15 comentarios:

Dr. Bell Otus dijo...

At George's Club 20

mar dijo...

Cuantos clásicos...Elmore james, A.King, R.Charles...Gracias por este disquito Dr., os estais luciendo con Hendrix, él estará muy orgulloso de las galletas.
Gracias, gracias, gracias, felices pascuas y que descanseis mucho.

Abrazos :D

Dr. Bell Otus dijo...

Thanks mar ...
Para el más grande, no es demasiado nunca ...
Lo buen de internet es esto, es dar a conocer algunas joytas que en tiempo del vinilo, no habia nunca sido posible (para mi, es el unico vantaje de internet, no que se refiere a musica).

Creo que el disco este, no hay en vinilo (mientras que otros aqui posteados por mi, saliran en vinilo por mano de su familia en el sitio Authentic Hendrix) ya que el sello que lo ha editado (Jungle Record), ha tenido muchos problemas con la familia de Jimi, y creo que no existe ya (lo que es una grande pena).

El Summer Of Love Sessions, también fue editado por el sello Jungle Record y creo no haber en vinilo.

Gracias por dar las gracias y felices Pascuas, Cumpleaños y Navidad

Anónimo dijo...

blues blues alma alma esto es como los coches antiguos , ya no se hacen con el mismo motor gracias por estas aportaciones desconocia hubiera tanta diversidad . de fredericio

Anónimo dijo...

Thanks For the JIMI
EHARTZELL01

Julie dijo...

Menciona la palabra "blues" y tienes mi atención inmediata .. voy loca por tener un rato libre y escucharlo tranquilamente. Gracias!

Dr. Bell Otus dijo...

Thanks por daren las gracias ... hay mas en el horno galletero.

Zaludecooooooooooooooooos

Anónimo dijo...

Hola dr. bell otus,
muchas gracias por estos estupendos posts con material del gran Hendrix.
saludos,
juan

Anónimo dijo...

Muchas gracias! Se ve bueno.

Nicolas dijo...

maestro cual es la contraseniaaaa que me vuelvo loco!

Dr. Bell Otus dijo...

nicolas,
Se hay contraseniaaaa, es el primero mensaje del post

Anónimo dijo...

i'd like to hear this music, but i didn't found the password. can anybody help me? thanks

Anónimo dijo...

gracias por la musica

Dr. Bell Otus dijo...

First comment of this post, is the password ... just copy-paste it ... or look at the fat woman at the top of this blog, beside her, you have your problem solved

bluesbro dijo...

very impressive site Dr. Bell Thanks very much for the Jimi