June 16, 2010 – 3:52 am

Here are the 1969 Record Plant jams with Buddy Miles.

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Record Plant Jams [aka. “Fall 1969 Record Plant Jams” / “Woodstock”] (ATM 092 / released in 2000 / 1CDR)

Outtakes & Jams 1969 from Low Gen sources - Slightly de-noised (De-noising [25%]) during the breaks between the takes of “Woodstock”, and a small (3dB) boost on selected bits of dialog. The Stills sessions are very good soundboard stereo. A bit muddy. The rest is excellent soundboard.

The Buddy Miles Jam is what makes this collection a joy. Hendrix is driven by Miles’ support on the drum kit. The fact that this has 18 track marks does not matter as this plays like two long uninterrupted jams. The Buddy Miles jam can be broken into two main jams. Tracks 7-19 are Jam 1 while Tracks 20-24 are Jam 2. Jam 2 is the funkier set. Note, they are the only two players in this session which makes the playing all the more mesmerizing. Sound quality is sterling.

The tempo is all Buddy’s. He drives the session, plays wildly then settles down and then speeds up again. Hendrix plays little squiggles here and there and accelerates when required. A variety of riffs and styles are played. We are grateful all are melodic and with hooks. Miles was certainly a drummer to match Hendrix, check out Tk 23, 24.

Tracks 5 and 6 has Stephen Stills singing Woodstock, Hendrix if present is restrained. It is the prior track that features the guitarist prominently but here, Stills vocals are absent.
- The Little Chicken

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Tracks 1-3: Instrumental Jams (No Hendrix involvement) * [OMITTED]

Tracks 4-6: Record Plant, New York City, NY Sept 30, 1969 (feat.Stephen Stills, John Sebastian & Buddy Miles): Sessions for the song “Woodstock”.  [11:32m]
Track 04. Track 04 (8.7MB)
Track 05. Track 05 (4.5MB)
Track 06. Track 06 (13.1MB)

Tracks 7-24: Buddy Miles Jam, Record Plant, New York City, NY November 14, 1969: JS21 > JS22 (Complete) [36:25m]
Track 07. Track 07 (7.3MB)
Track 08. Track 08 (5.6MB)
Track 09. Track 09 (2.6MB)
Track 10. Track 10 (4.5MB)
Track 11. Track 11 (4.2MB)
Track 12. Track 12 (6.2MB)
Track 13. Track 13 (3.3MB)
Track 14. Track 14 (4.5MB)
Track 15. Track 15 (7.4MB)
Track 16. Track 16 (3.5MB)
Track 17. Track 17 (4.1MB)
Track 18. Track 18 (4.1MB)
Track 19. Track 19 (5.7MB)
Track 20. Track 20 (4.8MB)
Track 21. Track 21 (6.1MB)
Track 22. Track 22 (3.0MB)
Track 23. Track 23 (3.7MB)
Track 24. Track 24 (2.5MB)

* Since the release of this CD the first 3 tracks [”Jam 1 - part 1″ / “Jam 1 - part 2″ / “Jam 2″] have been determined to be fake.

The Buddy Miles Jam, New York City, NY 14.11.69  here is in better quality than previously available on ATM 009 “Band of Gypsys - Lonely Avenue”

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  1. 5 Responses to “HENDRIX IN A JAM”

  2. Great Thanks to You!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By Udo on Jun 16, 2010

  3. Thanks for posting. If the info on the cover is correct, the Woodstock jams have a restrained Jimi because he’s playing bass guitar….not electric (unless I read this wrong).

    By Dan on Jun 17, 2010

  4. hello from europe.

    i don’t know what to say… except: in a sane world, we’d have to pay for all these unknown/ unheard treasures you keep sharing…

    that’s why i’ve always liked it a bit insane

    …though not all the stuff is really worth keeping, truth be told!

    By E. Matos on Jun 24, 2010

  5. According to the scientists, the Sun, good ol Sol, makes music too. They released 3 speeded up, short, VERY HOT numbers that only total 17 seconds. Not likely to hit the old Casey Kasem top 40 list!
    I would say that few artists have received the level of interest of their “throw-away” works or scraps that Hendrix has, Beatles being one of the obvious ones. Stranded on a desert isle, whose lesser works would keep you company the best, say that they were all works you hadn’t heard yet, whoever the artist? Hendrix for me.

    By 2yrsnojob on Jun 24, 2010

  6. Looking forward to hearing this one. Thanks again BigO

    By Matt on Aug 11, 2010

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