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Noel Redding - The Experience Sessions

[compilation]

Released: 20 July 2004

Noel Redding - The Experience Sessions [compilation]

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Disc 1

  1. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - There Ain't Nothing Wrong [1987 Overdub Version] (3:53)
    • Composers: James Marshall Hendrix & David Noel Redding
      Recording date/location: 28 December 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
      Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar, bass), Noel Redding (bass, guitar, vocals), Mitch Mitchell (drums), and Dave Mason (sitar).
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    • References: UniVibes: | Doug Bell:
  2. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Little Miss Strange (2:51)
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    • References: UniVibes: | Doug Bell:
  3. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Walking Through The Garden (4:44)
    • Notes: Overdubs were done on May 5, 1968. Jimi Hendrix (bass), Noel Redding (guitar, bass, vocals), Mitch Mitchell (drums), Chris Wood (flute), and Steve Winwood? (piano).
      Producer: Jimi Hendrix. Engineer: Eddie Kramer. Secondary Producers: Janie Hendrix, Eddie Kramer, John McDermott.

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    • References: UniVibes: | Doug Bell:
  4. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - She's So Fine [Alternate Take] (2:39)
    • Author(s): David Noel Redding
      Recorded: 4 May 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
      Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar), Noel Redding (bass, guitar), Mitch Mitchell (drums, congas).
  5. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Little, Little Girl (3:02)
    • Composer: Noel David Redding
      Noel Redding (guitar, bass, vocals), and unknown (drums).
      Producer: Noel Redding. Engineer: Gary Kellgren. Secondary Producers: Janie Hendrix, Eddie Kramer, John McDermott.

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    • References: UniVibes: N/A | Doug Bell: Noel Redding, official
  6. Fat Matress - How Can I Live? (4:39)
    • Composers: Patrick Cahill (Neil Landon) & Noel David Redding
      August 27, 1968 Record Plant Recording Studios, 321 West 44th Street, New York, New York, USA Jimpress notes that work on this song began on May 8, 1968.
      Jimi Hendrix (percussion), Mitch Mitchell (percussion), and Fat Mattress: Noel Redding (12-string guitar, vocals); Neil Landon (vocals); Jim Leverton (bass, organ, harpsichord); and Eric Dillon (drums, percussion).
      Producer: Jimi Hendrix. Engineer: Gary Kellgren.

      Composers: Patrick Cahill (Neil Landon) & Noel David Redding
      Notes: Fat Mattress session. Jimi was present in the studio, though he is not playing on this track. CD reissues of this song include a question mark at the end of the title. This is the same take as track 404 but in much better quality and without the studio chatter at the beginning and end, which fades out. This track is not listed in Jimpress. Jimpress notes that work on this song began on May 8, 1968. Recorded August 27, 1968 at Record Plant Recording Studios.
      Mitch Mitchell (percussion), and Fat Mattress: Noel Redding (12-string guitar, vocals); Neil Landon (vocals); Jim Leverton (bass, organ, harpsichord); and Eric Dillon (drums, percussion).
      Producer: Jimi Hendrix. Engineer: Gary Kellgren. Secondary Producers: Janie Hendrix, Eddie Kramer, John McDermott.

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    • References: UniVibes: N/A | Doug Bell: Fat Mattress, demo session, take 4, official edit
  7. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Noel's Tune [Take 1, 26 February 1969] (3:21)
    • Composer: Noel David Redding
      Recording date/location: 26 February 1969 Olympic Sound Studios, Studio B, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, UK.
      Notes: This track includes 16 seconds of studio chatter at the beginning, including bits from a TV or radio broadcast at the 0:11-0:17 mark. There is a slight digital glitch/error at the 0:44-0:45 mark inherent to this track on all copies of this official release.
      Jimi Hendrix (lead guitar), Noel Redding (rhythm guitar), and Mitch Mitchell (drums).
      Engineer: George Chkiantz. Second Engineer: Roger [unknown last name].

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    • References: UniVibes: S1594 | Doug Bell:
  8. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Noel's Tune [Take 2, 26 February 1969] (3:44)
    • Composer: Noel David Redding
      Recording date/location: 26? February 1969 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, UK.
      Notes: Jimi had no involvement in this track. The beginning of the track is 11 seconds of studio chatter and guitar warm-up.
      Noel Redding (rhythm guitar), and Mitch Mitchell (drums, tambourine?).

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    • References: UniVibes: | Doug Bell:
  9. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Little Miss Strange [Alternate Take] (2:53)
    • Composer: Noel David Redding
      Notes: This song is also known as Lilacs For Captain Curry’s Coffin Combo. This track is not listed in Jimpress. Noel Redding session recorded April 20, 1968 at Record Plant Recording Studios. Jimi had no involvement.
      Noel Redding (guitar, bass, lead vocals), and Mitch Mitchell (drums, backing vocals).
      Producer: Jimi Hendrix. Engineer: Gary Kellgren. Secondary Producers: Janie Hendrix, Eddie Kramer, John McDermott.

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    • References: UniVibes: N/A | Doug Bell: official alternate take
  10. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - She's So Fine (2:38)
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    • References: UniVibes: | Doug Bell:
  11. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Dream (2:19)
    • Composer: David Noel Redding
      Recording date/location: 20 December 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
      Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar, bass), Noel Redding (guitar, vocals), Mitch Mitchell (drums, vocals)
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    • References: UniVibes: | Doug Bell:
  12. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Red House [Live, 29 January 1968, at L'Olympia Theatre, Paris, France] (5:40)
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    • References: UniVibes: | Doug Bell:

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