February 10, 2007

Jimi Hendrix - The Summer Of Love Sessions (1967)

Studio sessions from July-August 1967 in NYC, shortly after the Monterey Festival had shot Jimi to fame. Jimi plays his distinctive style with the new invention, the wah wah effect, and 8-string bass, together with his old mentor Curtis Knight.

This is a gift from kikas, thanks mate.


Track Listing:
01 Love (instr.)
02 Hush Now (instr.)
03 Gloomy Monday
04 Happy Birthday
05 Ballad of Jimi
06 Level (instr.)
07 Love Love
08 Get That Feeling
09 Future Trip
10 No Business
11 Odd Ball (instr.)
12 Flashing (instr.)
13 Day Tripper
14 U.F.O.


Part 1
Part 2

8 comments:

Lucas said...

I'm a big fan of Jimi! Please could you upload it again? The link is dead... :(

Thanks!

AtticRock said...

Ok, i'll see what i can do in the next days.

Larry said...

Same here, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

JIMI HENDRIX--LIVE IN OTTAWA--DAGGER RECORDS

http://www.divshare.com/download/2414199-d9b

http://www.divshare.com/download/2414118-a7e

IN 224K P.W.--dggsrv

Anonymous said...

ACCORDING TO WIKIPEDIA, JIMI PLAYED WITH CURTIS IN 1965 & 1966, AND WAS IN ENGLAND BY THE TIME OF MONTEREY POP.

johnny B said...

link dead. would love to get my hands on this. you have an AMAZING collection on your blog!

AtticRock said...

Sorry johnny B but I can't do nothing about this one.

The Demon said...

Some of these tracks were actually recorded during a "jam session" that occurred after Hendrix gave Knight a call and then visited him in 1967 between the Monterey Pop Festival and the Monkees tour that the Experience participated in. All songs from this session were released with pictures of Hendrix that were post-Squires, and stated that Knight played a big part in Hendrix's style.

These tracks were used on a CD/LP release entitled The Summer of Love Sessions.