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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Jeu 12 Aoû 2010 - 19:08





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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Mar 17 Aoû 2010 - 21:34



Je viens d'apprendre que l'illustration de la couverture de ce CD du Mike Jeffrey estate vient du programme de ce concert. J'ai demandé à la personne qui m'a informé de m'envoyer des photos.
On dirait une illustration de Heinz Edlemann (Yellow Submarine) - ce qui colle parfaitement à l'époque.
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Jeu 19 Aoû 2010 - 10:28

Voici une copie du programme acheté par Chris Boreham le 24 février 1969 ainsi que ses souvenirs.




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Chris Boreham :
"My impressions ? Goodness, suffice it to say that if time travel was
possible that would be right at the top of the list of experiences (no pun
intended!) I would like to re-live. Apart from the excitement and
anticipation as they ambled on stage what immediately struck me was the size
of Jimi's hands (I was only 13 rows from the front) and noticing he could
bar the entire guitar neck with his thumb, Noel's bright pink trousers and
Mitch's fabulous double Ludwig kit ! (I am a jazz drummer, which is whey I
always loved Mitch, the absolutely perfect drummer for Jimi) He seemed
casual, almost bored, during his announcements but my goodness not so when
he started to play. I loved the fact that by this stage he just stood and
played and many of the songs stretched into extended improvisations. I
always preferred the music to the showmanship, which ultimately became a bit
of a millstone for him. I also remember being amazed that Mitch took a
great solo on Stone Free, only the second song. As you will see from my
notes in the back of the programme a number of the songs were unkown at the
time, just being announced as jams. Even after over 40 years the memories
are so vivid, probably why, strangely, I have only watched the bootleg
video a few times.

Oh, and I missed the encores Purple Haze and Wild Thing. After Roomful of
Mirrors it seemed like it was over and my friend and I had to dash to
Waterloo to catch the last train home. It was one of those trains that
divide during the journey and in our excitement we got on the wrong end,
ended up stuck in Southampton all night and catching the first train back in
the mornin ! I later fell asleep during a school lesson and got a detention!
Should have stayed to the end shouldn't we, although I have to say
having heard the records and seen the film the encores were very poor
compared to the concert proper. I think he did the destruction bit just for
the cameras. I remember reading somewhere that he was very upset about it
afterwards.

Having all the professionally recorded gigs, I believe that this was
possibly overall the finest concert ever and I still feel so lucky and
privileged to have been there, the more so having heard the tape of the
concert on the 18th. Stone free, Fire, Little Wing and Voodoo Chile
definitive live versions, Hear my train second only to Berkeley, Red House
only bettered by San Diego, and 2 astonishing one-time only performances
Bleeding Heart and Mirrors. And all the rest very fine too (bar the
encores).

Since I first heard Hey Joe in early 1967 I have loved Hendrix. I have very
wide musical tastes but scarcely a week passes when I do not listen to Jimi.
His music has a power, soul, spirituality and intensity that only a very few
can match - John Coltrane, Elvin Jones, Miles Davis, Frank Zappa (as a
soloist) Jeff Beck, Mingus. With guys like that it transcends mere playing
but becomes an expression of their whole being with the instrument the means
of communication."


Un grand merci à Chris pour ces souvenirs précieux !
cheers


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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Jeu 19 Aoû 2010 - 10:48

Un autre grand merci à Chris pour ces précieux souvenirs !
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Jeu 19 Aoû 2010 - 18:12

Quels documents et quel superbe témoignage !
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Jeu 19 Aoû 2010 - 18:58

Quel superbe témoignage ! A rendre jaloux.
J'adore sur les anecdotes sur le train pris dans la mauvaise direction après le concert et la colle récoltée le lendemain en classe Laughing
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Ven 20 Aoû 2010 - 1:54

Super témoignage !
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Lun 23 Aoû 2010 - 23:13

Un autre fan m'a contacté avec cet autre passionnant témoignage !

"My brother, 3 years my senior, introduced me to the music of Jimi Hendrix in 1967, on the back of seeing 2 incredible performances at the Brommel Club (Bromley Court Hotel) and the Chislehurst Caves. He subsequently bought the first 3 vinyl albums in Mono i.e. Are You Experienced, Axis Bold As Love and Smash Hits. All brilliant of course and I was hooked for life.

The lead up to the concert

With the UK being starved of Hendrix in 1968 it was with great relief that the concerts at the Albert Hall were announced. 1969 kicked off brilliantly with the "A Happening With Lulu" on TV. All of the fans at school knew that Hendrix was going to play 3 numbers but they didn’t know he would kick the BBC in the teeth by playing "Sunshine of Your Love" instead of doing a duet with Lulu ! The fans in the know all watched it live on TV much to the annoyance of their parents and our teachers the next day.

Anyway after the shock of this broadcast and the discovery by my parents of the carefully concealed Electric Ladyland album in the record rack, my mum completely surprised me and agreed to queue up for her whole lunch hour or more at the Albert Hall box office. She managed to buy 10 tickets in the gods for the second concert on 24th Feb, 2 days before my 16th birthday. 3 tickets were allocated to me and 7 for my brother. I had the job of getting the money back from my friends and worse still my brother’s mates who were by now in the 6th form at school while my brother had already left school and started work.

The concert

Can’t remember too much about getting to our seats but there was quite a lot of whinging around us while they were testing the magnesium spot lamps. I’m sure a lot of fans would have preferred the gig to have been in the dark. I didn’t bother me however. I enjoyed "Van der Graff Generator" who opened the show especially listening to Dave Jackson playing the Saxophone through a wah-wah pedal. They got a fairly good reception, but people were beginning to get a bit restless by the time Fat Mattress did their set. Noel’s guitar playing was not particularly inspiring and generally speaking I think the audience were ready to move on.

By the time it was the turn of The Experience there was a complete buzz about the place and a few boos when all the filming spot lights went on full blast. Shouts of "Turn them off !" come to mind. My memories of Jimi’s entrance are a bit sketchy but a lot of my brother’s friends were giggling at his stage outfit. They soon shut up when he started playing. It was the one and only time that I saw Hendrix live, so I didn’t know what to expect. I had anticipated that the set list would include many tracks from Electric Ladyland but this was never going to happen. From my point of view there seemed to be more obscure blues numbers (as opposed to rock) early on in the concert. For instance very few people in the audience had heard "Getting My Heart Back Together Again" before and I’m pretty sure "Bleeding Heart" was brand new on his repertoire. By about halfway through the concert people were shouting out requests after each number, mainly for "Wild Thing" presumably because that was his usual song for the guitar wrecking finale.

For me, seeing Jimi’s playing technique for the first time was fascinating and the volume from his 6 Marshall cabinets was mind blowing but crystal clear. He switched between his White Strat and the Black Strat a few times. I think the White Strat had the edge at this gig. A lot of the time he was just playing the fretboard with his right hand, knocking and tapping the stock with his left and using his mastery of feedback to do the rest ! The spellbound audience had a great time. There was one lunatic in pink or purple flairs who decided to scale the woodwork of the Albert Hall organ and started gyrating on the keyboard cover. He got pulled down by security but I think he got up there again before getting arrested ! This will all come out in the film I’m sure. On another occasion there was a small girl dressed exactly like Jimi who ran out to him on stage twice in between numbers. How bizarre. Even though Hendrix announced them, nobody really knew who Rocky Dzidzournou, Chris Wood & Dave Mason were at the time for "Room Full of Mirrors". It could have been anybody up there. There was so much going on around the stage in between Voodoo Child & Room Full of Mirrors, we couldn't tell who was who. Noel Redding was pushed way to the back to let Dave Mason fit in. Mitch was brilliant during Room Full of Mirrors*forcing the audience to clap in time after they lost the plot by kicking the bass drum with a "you will clap in time, you morons" rhythm !
Then the encore, where I’m sure the audience thought Jimi was playing a prized guitar but as later revealed it was a really manky old spare part Strat which screeched away out of tune during Purple Haze and Wild Thing. Who cares ! The mini riot ensued and it was a bit of a shock to me as a 15 year old kid when the police went on stage at the end.

I forgot to mention that during the smashing up encore Jimi made several charges with the manky Strat at one particular Marshall cabinet until he successfully gored it. Each time there were 2 roadies acting as buffers on the other side*to stop it toppling over!

In retrospect having bought the posthumous, Hendrix in the West, Experience on Ember and the more recent complete audio on the Charly triple CD I realise that this was one of his best concerts ever on a par with Woodstock and Band of Gypsys. My favourite will always be the understated "Bleeding Heart". The bootleg film and snippets on Youtube do not do the concert justice. The official DVD release is what the 5000 fans who went to the gig want. Let’s hope it happens really soon before we are all dead ourselves !"


Merci à Clive de Londres pour ses souvenirs !
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Lun 23 Aoû 2010 - 23:27

Merci à lui et merci à toi de le retranscrire ici !

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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Mar 24 Aoû 2010 - 20:56

Un grand merci à Clive et James pour ce superbe témoignage.
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Ven 29 Oct 2010 - 18:17

Experience Wifon LP 160 made in Poland (p)1989 stereo
RAH en version Polonaise avec en prime la même erreur de date dans l'encart, l'enregistrement est situé le 18 février qui lui est un autre enregistrement à part.









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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Sam 30 Oct 2010 - 13:37

""The concert at the Albert Hall was taped for probably our next LP".

Jimi Hendrix - Record Mirror 15 mars 1969
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Mer 17 Nov 2010 - 18:50

C'est bien beau tout ça mais avons nous de nouvelles informations sur une sortie prochaine du film du RAH ??? Razz
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Mer 17 Nov 2010 - 21:13

Yggdrasil, il y a un sujet à ce sujet dans la partie du forum Actualité autour de Jimi :

Ayler a écrit:
Pas de RAH avant 2012 ?

To mark Hendrix's 70th birthday in 2012, fans may get "the Holy Grail, a film of Jimi performing at (London's) Royal Albert Hall," says John McDermott, catalog director for Experience Hendrix.

Source : http://www.usatoday.com/life/music/news/2010-11-02-jimihendrixstrip02_st_N.htm

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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Sam 22 Jan 2011 - 21:53

FOXY PAPER - ‘Eyewitnessreport’ by Ben Valkhoff:
At about 18:45 the numerous doors of the Royal Albert Hall opened up and together with our president Mr. Glebbeek, and two other Dutch fans, I went inside. One hour later the hall was chock-full (5,000 people), among them the singer of the Bonzo Dog Band (Vivian Stanshall) and Gordon of ‘Peter & Gordon’. The support-acts were Van Der Graaf Generator, and Flat [sic] Mattress, founded by Noel Redding, with Mike Hugg (of the Manfred Mann Group) guesting on piano. Noel didn’t play bass here, but rhythm guitar. According to Jimi they play ‘Anglo Rock,’ which means British rock. It wasn’t impressive. During the inter mission we went backstage, after walking through many corridors. Opposite the dressing rooms there was a bar, where Noel promised us that we could visit Jimi in his dressing room soon. Because of the American film crew, who stayed there a long time, we couldn’t go in. Five minutes before they had to perform Jimi came, walking hastily. Therefore we hurried to find our Seats.
Jimi entered the Stage, dressed in a waistcoat with sparkling coloured ‘spangles’ at the back, green trousers, white boots and a red/yellow bandana tied around his head. In chronological order they played “Stone Free, “I Don’t Live Today,” “Red House,” “Foxy Lady,” “Sunshine Of Your Love,” “Fire,” “Little Wing” and “Voodoo Child (Slight Return).” Among these old numbers four brand-new ones were played, which will probably be on the new album. Three titles we could detect, namely “I’m Gonna Leave This Town,” “People, People,” and “Room Full Of Mirrors.” The show was interrupted twice by two toddlers, who ran onto the stage and shook hands with Jimi under thunderous applause. After the JHE had played their last number (“Room Full Of Mirrors”), and had left for the dressing-rooms, the crowd started to shout “MORE.” And.. .an encore was given. And what an encore it was! An encore of fifteen minutes during which “Purple Haze” and “Wild Thing” were played. A bongo [sic] player joined, and a flutist who nearly blew his lungs out in his efforts to be heard above the noise of Jimi etc. At the end of “Wild Thing” something happened which Jimi had not done for a long time. He turned around, and stormed at one of his Marshall speaker cabinets. By the third time he drove his guitar inside until a large hole appeared in the canvas, then took hold of the neck of the guitar, and started to hit - the amplifier which caused an enormous noise! The only thing that remained of the guitar was the neck, which he threw into the audience!!! Mitch surely didn’t want to stay behind, because his drumsticks also went into the crowd. Some tried to climb onto the stage, but these people were knocked off in an expert way by the roadies. It really became quiet when a few of the London ‘Bobbies’ came on stage. In total Jimi, Noel, and Mitch played 1 3/4 of an hour. Again, it was great...”
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Dim 23 Jan 2011 - 12:18

FOXY PAPER - ‘Eyewitnessreport’ by Ben Valkhoff:
At about 18:45 the numerous doors of the Royal Albert Hall opened up and together with our president Mr. Glebbeek, and two other Dutch fans, I went inside. One hour later the hall was chock-full (5,000 people), among them the singer of the Bonzo Dog Band (Vivian Stanshall) and Gordon of ‘Peter & Gordon’. The support-acts were Van Der Graaf Generator, and Flat [sic] Mattress, founded by Noel Redding, with Mike Hugg (of the Manfred Mann Group) guesting on piano. Noel didn’t play bass here, but rhythm guitar. According to Jimi they play ‘Anglo Rock,’ which means British rock. It wasn’t impressive. During the inter mission we went backstage, after walking through many corridors. Opposite the dressing rooms there was a bar, where Noel promised us that we could visit Jimi in his dressing room soon. Because of the American film crew, who stayed there a long time, we couldn’t go in. Five minutes before they had to perform Jimi came, walking hastily. Therefore we hurried to find our Seats.
Jimi entered the Stage, dressed in a waistcoat with sparkling coloured ‘spangles’ at the back, green trousers, white boots and a red/yellow bandana tied around his head. In chronological order they played “Stone Free, “I Don’t Live Today,” “Red House,” “Foxy Lady,” “Sunshine Of Your Love,” “Fire,” “Little Wing” and “Voodoo Child (Slight Return).” Among these old numbers four brand-new ones were played, which will probably be on the new album. Three titles we could detect, namely “I’m Gonna Leave This Town,” “People, People,” and “Room Full Of Mirrors.” The show was interrupted twice by two toddlers, who ran onto the stage and shook hands with Jimi under thunderous applause. After the JHE had played their last number (“Room Full Of Mirrors”), and had left for the dressing-rooms, the crowd started to shout “MORE.” And.. .an encore was given. And what an encore it was! An encore of fifteen minutes during which “Purple Haze” and “Wild Thing” were played. A bongo [sic] player joined, and a flutist who nearly blew his lungs out in his efforts to be heard above the noise of Jimi etc. At the end of “Wild Thing” something happened which Jimi had not done for a long time. He turned around, and stormed at one of his Marshall speaker cabinets. By the third time he drove his guitar inside until a large hole appeared in the canvas, then took hold of the neck of the guitar, and started to hit - the amplifier which caused an enormous noise! The only thing that remained of the guitar was the neck, which he threw into the audience!!! Mitch surely didn’t want to stay behind, because his drumsticks also went into the crowd. Some tried to climb onto the stage, but these people were knocked off in an expert way by the roadies. It really became quiet when a few of the London ‘Bobbies’ came on stage. In total Jimi, Noel, and Mitch played 1 3/4 of an hour. Again, it was great...”
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Dim 23 Jan 2011 - 12:24

RECORD MIRROR - ‘Mitch: Different Line-Ups Are Like Different Women’, dressing room interview by Valerie Mabbs:

‘The afternoon before the second Albert Hall concert for Jimi Hendrix and the Experience. The scene is set with amps piled high and roadies bustling efficiently around the stage. The amiable Mitch Mitchell is there setting up his drums, while Noel Redding wanders round trying to recuperate in the lull before the Storm.

Mr. Phenomenal!
Then we wait, fidget around anticipating the arrival of the phenomenal Mr. Hendrix-who finally bursts on the scene sporting the inevitable felt hat with gaily coloured scarf band. Then a run-through of the evening’s programme. Great promise of what was to come, with added irritations of Jimi’s mike packing up completely, or giving out a high pitched ‘scream,’ and interference from a recorder being used by a ‘representative of the press.’

Mitch’s own group

After several gruelling hours’ rehearsal and posing for photographs Jimi left, leaving all anticipating his return in the evening. Before the concert I joined Mitch in his dressing room to discuss the new developments among the Experience. Most people will now be aware of the new group, Fat Mattress, formed by Noel Redding, but fewer people are aware that Mitch also plans to form his own group.
[…] Mitch certainly doesn’t have time to sit around, and while Noel displayed his talents fronting his group Fat Mattress, Mitch busied himself entertaining his parents and uncle, while preparing to go onstage. People may now hint that the Experience have gone as far as they can go together, and are preparing their own outlets in case of ‘a rainy day.’ But the concert dispelled any such fears.

Harsh & brutal Jim!
Jimi’s opening numbe
rs were harsh and brutal, but mellowed and progressed into some blues slanted tunes during his over sixty-minute appearance. There were the usual ‘chug chug’ and driving guitar numbers, and the ever popular ‘Foxy Lady’ - it seems no audience would consider a Hendrix set complete without this number.

Wild Audience
Audiences go wild and on this occasion one brave chap danced high up over the stage to show his appreciation - and an attendant who removed him was heartily booed! But it’s not just the fanatical audiences who remain faithful to the Experience; many musicians still flock to hear and appreciate the Hendrix magic. Among the audience on this one occasion were Denny Laine, Cat Stevens, Eddie Thornton, Viv (now wishing to be known as Vic!) Stanshall, Chris Wood, and Dave Mason. Surely proof enough that the Experience still have a lot of solid down-to- earth appeal for many people - even though Mr. Hendrix himself is rather elusive!
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Dim 23 Jan 2011 - 12:27

RECORD MIRROR - 23 Brook Street, London interview by Valerie Mabbs :

“After spending some time trying to track Jimi Hendrix down, I finally found myself sitting in his rooftop pad drinking tea with Jimi and girlfriend Kathy
“The concert at the Albert Hall was taped for probably our next LP,” explained Jimi.
‘We’ll also be working on some studio sessions, but I already have a number in mind for our next single. I’d like to break up ‘Stone Free’ and put it out like an American single. Do you mind if I play you some tapes?”’
At this point Jimi played over the recording from the Albert Hall. In its unedited form the track ‘Stone Free’ seems a particularly long number for a single, but it has a catchy ending and Jimi’s guitar work always has surprise interest....
I asked Jimi if he felt able to further his musical ability, and what plans he had for his future.
“I really feel unlimited,” was his prompt reply. “British audiences tend to think they know and have heard everything. If they listen properly though I’m sure they’d learn much more. We’ve always tried to be honest through our music and if people don’t understand, it shows they haven’t been listening. The music itself has a lot to say, even if it has a seven word repetitive lyric. ‘Stone Free’ for instance has city sounds and sounds of the establishment. It should mean a whole lot in itself.
“’ve been through a lot of changes,” continued Jimi. “The things I’ve learned I’ve tried to convey to the people in my own ways. It’s my own solution until something else comes along....”
“Before I left, Jimi demonstrated a new piece of Vox equipment... It’s a specially designed box [‘Uni-Vibe’] that creates weirder and more wonderful sounds than have been heard from a guitar before - even from Jimi Hendrix! That’s certainly something to anticipate, but it may be a while before the British public get a chance to hear this, as the Experience plan to return to the States once again, after a few weeks rest.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Dim 30 Jan 2011 - 13:43


après plus mûre reflexion et en regardant bien les trois micros, et bien il sagit bien du Royal Albert Hall Suspect
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Dim 30 Jan 2011 - 14:37

Cette photo doit être prise pendant l'un des trois morceaux suivants: "Stone Free", "Sunshine Of Your Love", ou "Red House", je dis ça parce que cette éclairage ne me dis rien Hein ?
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Jeu 16 Juin 2011 - 8:51

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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Dim 21 Aoû 2011 - 11:22

Jimi Hendrix Ariola VR 54.121 made in Espagne (p)1971 stereo

Une version K7 du RAH pour l'Espagne.






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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Dim 21 Aoû 2011 - 12:37

Les crédits pour les morceaux sont un peu fantaisistes, non?
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MessageSujet: Re: Londres (Royal Albert Hall) : 24 février 1969   Sam 10 Mar 2012 - 9:15

The Last Experience Everest RTB 5722276 made in Yougoslavie (p)1987 stereo

Une version K7 du RAH pour l'Europe de l'Est.






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