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 Spalding ("Barbeque", Tulip Bulb Auction) : 29 mai 1967

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MessageSujet: Spalding ("Barbeque", Tulip Bulb Auction) : 29 mai 1967   Jeu 8 Juil 2010 - 21:58

Spalding ("Barbeque", Tulip Bulb Auction) : 29 mai 1967


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Titres :

- Fire
- The Wind Cries Mary
- Red House
- Hey Joe
- I Don't Live Today
- Rock Me Baby
- Purple Haze

-Foxy Lady ??
-Like A Rolling Stone ??



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MessageSujet: Re: Spalding ("Barbeque", Tulip Bulb Auction) : 29 mai 1967   Jeu 15 Juil 2010 - 1:56

Dave Thompson évoque le concert dans Cream - How Eric Clapton Took the World by Storm, paru en 2005 : "the air grew so heated that even the Marquee looked air-conditioned by comparison and, by the time Hendrix took the stage, it was so hot that he could barely tune his guitar, or rely on the amplifiers not to sputter and die. So he played a furious set, then disembowelled his instrument, before kicking over the amps, and promptly fusing all the lights in the shed."
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MessageSujet: Re: Spalding ("Barbeque", Tulip Bulb Auction) : 29 mai 1967   Jeu 15 Juil 2010 - 1:56

Témoignages divers :

"I think Hendrix started first and was loud, vocally incompetent, irritable and a male Diva! Everyone loved him though. He played his guitar with his teeth on 'Hey Joe', stuck the headstock of his Strat throught the mesh of his Marshall stack, threw a guitar into the amp and created a bue flash and smoke, and generally gave a show to remember. His sound balance was dreadful. This was normal at the time. "

"Of course the real highlight should have been Jimi Hendrix but he was in a foul mood. There was a long delay and Mitch and Noel looking fairly uncomfortable on their own. You'd have thought by then that they'd have worked out a little routine while waiting for the Man but no such inspiration. He then appears and plays a really viscious opening
instrumental saying "we're just jamming" and then starts to complain that he's just come over from Germany as if that was all our fault.

Eventually the set did settle down and I think "The Wind Cries Mary" might have been a high spot - his new release. But it was all over in half an hour (that set) and we were trudging out having a distinctly cheated feeling about the whole thing."


"Unfortunately, I missed the support cos the queue was so long. But I do remember hearing these amazing sounds coming from inside.
The heat was terrible and poor Jimi Hendrix had a terrible time tuning his guitar. While he struggled the crowd grew restless and a pratt (me) shouted out "Give it to Eric."
Eric, as you know, was "God" at the time before he discovered Armani suits."


"The only thing I remember about the Jimi Hendrix Experience was Jimi trying to get some feedback from the amps and a roadie trying to stop them crashing like a pack of cards. The scene was very similar to the photograph on the cover of the Jimi bootleg "Listen To This Eric".

"My biggest memory is that Jimi kept us waiting for ages and he irritated everyone so much that he received the slow hand clap. When he came on his mood was awful and he played a short set and finally pushed all the amps over and stormed off!"

"l sat and chatted with Jimi who seemed to be alone, and separate from his bass player and drummer.
Suddenly the dressing room doors (actually it was a large trailer), burst open, and crowds of people shouted THERES JIMI, and grabbed my yellow frilly shirt, which they thought was his. They ripped it up between themselves and ran back into the Car Park waving the shirt in the air saying...."we've got Jimis Shirt"


Jimi was in a bad mood though and was late going on....the sound was awful, so he took it out on his equipment smashing his amps and setting fire to his guitar...

"At Spalding I saw Jimi Hendrix standing there, singing and playing as well as he ever could have done in his life. Foxy Lady was a treat, The Wind Cries Mary close to perfect, but by far the best was Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone". Just imagine the soaring guitar riff between each verse in Jimi's hands, note perfect, with the man totally enjoying what he was doing. I can see and hear it now."


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MessageSujet: Re: Spalding ("Barbeque", Tulip Bulb Auction) : 29 mai 1967   Dim 24 Avr 2011 - 17:21

ça ne serait pas la Strato rouge qu'il aurait brûlé à Monterey? Idea
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