That was extremely enjoyable - had it playing on the big telly, with sound system maxed.... and remember there is a number ten on the volume for a reason..
It just so happenth that I spotted this earlier and noted for maybe later.
How's that time machine coming on...I'm currently reading this:
... Which according to the Amazon blurb:
... "In Laurel Canyon, veteran journalist Michael Walker tells the inside story of this unprecedented gathering of some of the baby boom's leading musical lights―including Joni Mitchell; Jim Morrison; Crosby, Stills, and Nash; John Mayall; the Mamas and the Papas; Carole King; the Eagles; and Frank Zappa, to name just a few...
Try these.That was extremely enjoyable - had it playing on the big telly, with sound system maxed.
Haven't seen the speakers bounce around like same for years - not since I played that recording of a Vulcan bomber's engine on take off (seriously!)...
You brought someone to mind and I was looking for the earliest, live, performance I could find of a seminal riff!!
Didn't expect to unearth something quite so truly wonderous.
This, is why volume controls on amps should go up to 12...
King Crimson... soundtrack of my nascent years and caught them live at Green's Playhouse, Glasgow.Try these...
Thanks for posting that GREAT footage. I worshipped Hendrix in my tender youth and saw him live probably about a year after this concert you posted. What a talent and a great showman.Shivers already and this could be quintessentially awesome.
It's a well known performance, just don't think I've seen a recording before.
I've even found what appears to be the promotional poster (or copy thereof), so it's close as we'll get until that time machine is ready.
That's a beautiful song. I'd forgotten about it - thanks.The Beloved (1993)
I remember this when it first hit my ears and eyes - it looked a bit retro/hippyish but sounded and felt to me curiously futuristic.
I am wondering if, in an alternative universe, that the 1990s carried on forever and peace carried on breaking out everywhere globally. It all started to go a bit shit about 1998.
So delighted to hear.Thanks for posting that GREAT footage. I worshipped Hendrix in my tender youth and saw him live probably about a year after this concert you posted...