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Jimi Hendrix - West Coast Seattle Boy

[compilation boxed set]

Released: 16 November 2010

Jimi Hendrix - West Coast Seattle Boy [compilation boxed set]

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Jimi Hendrix - West Coast Seattle Boy [compilation boxed set]

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Disc 1

  1. The Isley Brothers - Testify (Parts I & II) [Alternate Take (Composite)] (4:10)
    • Author(s): O'Kelly Isley Jr. / Ronald Isley / Rudolph Bernard Isley. [B1|C1]
    • Recorded: Possibly March 1964 in an unknown studio, New York City, New York, U.S.A. [B1|C1]
    • Personnel: Ronald Isley - Vocals | O’Kelly Isley Jr. - Vocals | Rudolph Isley - Vocals | Jimmy Hendrix Guitar | Al Lucas? - Bass | Paul Griffin? - Organ | James Brown? or Bobby Gregg? - Drums | Dickie Harris? / Haywood Henry? / Quentin Jackson? / Jimmy Nottingham? / Eddie Williams? - Horns [B1|C1]
    • Producer(s): O'Kelly Isley Jr. / Ronald Isley / Rudolph Bernard Isley | Secondary Producer(s): Leo Sacks / Jeremy Holiday [B1|C1]
    • Notes(s): Originally released on the T-Neck Records 'The Isley Brothers - Testify' single (45-501) in June 1964. The original single was from a different take, and was mixed in mono and edited into Part I & Part II. This version is from two different mixes of an alternate take that have been blended into a composite. It was originally released on the T-Neck Records 'The Isley Brothers & Jimi Hendrix - In The Beginning...' compilation (TNS 3007) in 1971. [B1|C1|O2]
    • References: UniVibes: S339+S340 | Doug Bell: (1) official alternate take [B1|C1]
  2. Don Covay & The Goodtimers - Mercy, Mercy (2:27)

    Author(s): Donald James Randolph [Don Covay] & Ronald Alonzo Miller
    Recorded: May 18, 1964 A-1 Sound Studios Inc., Jefferson Hotel, 234 West 56th Street, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (lead guitar), Don Covay (vocals), Jimi Hendrix? and/or Bob Bushnell? and/or Ronald Miller? (first and second rhythm guitar), Horace “Ace” Hall? (bass), Bernard Purdie? (drums), and George “King” Clemons? (backing vocals).

  3. Don Covay & The Goodtimers - Can't Stay Away (2:50)

    Author(s): Donald James Randolph [Don Covay] & Ronald Alonzo Miller
    Recorded: May 13, 1964 A-1 Sound Studios Inc., Jefferson Hotel, 234 West 56th Street, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Don Covay (vocals), Horace Ott? (organ or piano), unknown (organ or piano), Horace “Ace” Hall? (bass), Bernard Purdie (drums), and George “King” Clemons? (backing vocals).

  4. Rosa Lee Brooks - My Diary [Mono] (2:23)

    Author(s): Rosa Lee Brooks & Jimi Hendrix, and/or Arthur Taylor Lee [Arthur Lee]
    Recorded: mid-March 1965 Billy Revis home garage studio, Haas Avenue, Los Angeles, California, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar, backing vocals), Rosa Lee Brooks (vocals), unknown (rhythm guitar), Alvin [unknown last name] (bass), “Big” Francis (drums), Arthur Lee (backing vocals), The Honey Cone [Edna Wright, Carolyn Willis, and Shellie Clark] (backing vocals), and unknown (horns).

  5. Rosa Lee Brooks - Utee [Mono] (1:59)

    Author(s): Rosa Lee Brooks & Billy Revis
    Recorded: mid-March 1965 Billy Revis home garage studio, Haas Avenue, Los Angeles, California, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar, backing vocals), Rosa Lee Brooks (vocals), Alvin [unknown last name] (bass), “Big” Francis (drums), Arthur Lee (backing vocals), The Honey Cone [Edna Wright, Carolyn Willis, and Shellie Clark] (backing vocals), and unknown (horns).

  6. Little Richard - I Don’t Know What You've Got But It's Got Me (Parts I & II) [Edited] (4:03)

    Author(s): Donald James Randolph [Don Covay] & Horace “Ace” Hall
    Recorded: possibly May 13 or June 2, 1965 Bell Sound Studios, 237 W. 54th Street, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Little Richard (vocals), Billy Preston? or Don Covay? (organ), Don Covay (backing vocals), Bernard Purdie (drums), unknown (bass), unknown (baritone saxophone), and unknown (tenor saxophone).

  7. Little Richard - Dancin' All Around The World [Narrow Stereo Mix] (3:00)

    Author(s): Richard Wayne Penniman (Little Richard) & B. Mitchell (possibly Bobby Mitchell)
    Recorded: possibly May 13 or June 2, 1965 Bell Sound Studios, 237 W. 54th Street, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Little Richard (piano, vocals), Glen Willings (guitar), unknown (bass), unknown (drums), unknown (percussion), unknown (baritone saxophone), and unknown (tenor saxophone).

  8. Frank Howard & The Commanders - I'm So Glad [Mono] (2:39)

    Author(s): William Cox [Billy Cox]
    Recorded: possibly @July 4-8, 1965 Starday Sound Studios, 3557 Dickerson Pike, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (rhythm guitar), Billy Cox (bass), Frank Howard (vocals), Herschel Carter (vocals), Charley Fite (vocals), Johnny Jones (lead guitar), Freeman Brown (drums), Harrison Callaway and others? (horns).

  9. The Isley Brothers - Move Over And Let Me Dance (Part I) [Alternate Vocal Take] (2:41)

    Author(s): Ronald Isley, O’Kelly Isley Jr., & Rudolph Bernard Isley
    Recorded: August 5, 1965 Atlantic Studios, Columbus Circle Building, 1841 Broadway, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Ronald Isley (lead vocals), O’Kelly Isley Jr. (backing vocals), Rudolph Isley (backing vocals), Douglas McArthur or Carl Lynch (rhythm guitar), Al Lucas (bass), Bobby Gregg (drums), unknown (tambourine), Seldon Powell (tenor saxophone), Haywood Henry (baritone saxophone), Eddie Williams (trumpet), Jimmy Nottingham (trumpet), Quentin Jackson (trombone), and Dickie Harris (trombone). Arranged and conducted by Teacho Wilshire.

  10. The Isley Brothers - Have You Ever Been Disappointed (Parts I & II) [Alternate Vocal Take] (6:20)

    Author(s): Ronald Isley, O’Kelly Isley Jr., & Rudolph Bernard Isley
    Recorded: August 5, 1965 Atlantic Studios, Columbus Circle Building, 1841 Broadway, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Ronald Isley (lead vocals), O’Kelly Isley Jr. (backing vocals), Rudolph Isley (backing vocals), Douglas McArthur or Carl Lynch (rhythm guitar), Al Lucas (bass), Bobby Gregg (drums), unknown (tambourine), Paul Griffin (piano), Seldon Powell (tenor saxophone), Haywood Henry (baritone saxophone), Eddie Williams (trumpet), Jimmy Nottingham (trumpet), Quentin Jackson (trombone), and Dickie Harris (trombone). Arranged and conducted by Teacho Wilshire.

  11. Ray Sharpe with The King Curtis Orchestra - Help Me (Get The Feeling) (Part I) [Mono] (2:33)

    Author(s): Curtis Montgomery [aka Curtis Ousley] (King Curtis), Edward Ray Sharpe (Ray Sharpe), & Cornell Luther Dupree (Cornell Dupree)
    Recorded: January 21, 1966 Atlantic Studios, Columbus Circle Building, 1841 Broadway, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Ray Sharpe (vocals), King Curtis (tenor saxophone), Cornell Dupree (lead guitar), Chuck Rainey (bass), Ray Lucas (drums), Willie Bridges (baritone saxophone), and Melvin Lastie (trumpet).

  12. The Icemen - (My Girl) She's A Fox [Alternate Backing Track] (2:44)

    Author(s): Richard Poindexter, Robert (Bobby) Eugene Poindexter & La Charles Harper
    Recorded: @April-May 1966 possibly Abtone Recording Studios, 1733 Broadway, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Gino Armstrong (vocals), James Stokes (vocals), Richard Poindexter (piano), unknown (bass), unknown (drums), and unknown (organ).

  13. Jimmy Norman - That Little Old Groovemaker [Alternate Take] (2:17)

    Author(s): James Norman Scott (Jimmy Norman)
    Recorded: @April-May 1966 possibly Abtone Recording Studios, 1733 Broadway, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Lonnie Youngblood (saxophone), Jimmy Norman (vocals), unknown (piano), unknown (bass), unknown (drums), and unknown (horns).

  14. Billy LaMont - Sweet Thang (2:33)

    Author(s): Ray Pamade Denson (Billy LaMont) & Johnny Brantley
    Recorded: @April-May 1966 possibly Abtone Recording Studios, 1733 Broadway, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), Lonnie Youngblood (saxophone), Billy LaMont (vocals), unknown (bass), unknown (drums), unknown (piano), and unknown (horns).

  15. King Curtis & The Kingpins - Instant Groove (2:25)

    Author(s): Curtis Montgomery [aka Curtis Ousley] (King Curtis)
    Recorded: January 21, 1966 Atlantic Studios, Columbus Circle Building, 1841 Broadway, New York, New York, USA.
    Personnel: Jimmy Hendrix (guitar), King Curtis (vocals, tenor saxophone), Cornell Dupree (guitar), Jerry Jemmott (bass), Ray Lucas (drums), Willie Bridges (baritone saxophone), Melvin Lastie (trumpet), and unknown (tambourine).

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Disc 2

  1. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Fire [Alternate Mix, 3 February 1967] (2:52)
    • Author(s): James Marshall Hendrix
      Recorded: 11 January 1967 De Lane Lea Music Recording Studios, 129 Kingsway, London, England, United Kingdom
      Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar, vocals), Noel Redding (bass, vocals), Mitch Mitchell (drums, vocals).
  2. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced? [Alternate Take, 3 April 1967] (6:05)

    Author(s): James Marshall Hendrix
    Recorded: 3 April 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
    Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar), Noel Redding (bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums).

  3. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - May This Be Love [Alternate Mix, 4 April 1967] (3:18)

    Author(s): James Marshall Hendrix
    Recorded: 3 April 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
    Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar, vocals), Noel Redding (bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums with ching ring on hi-hat).

  4. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Can You See Me [Rough Mono Mix, 15 December 1966] (2:35)

    Author(s): James Marshall Hendrix
    Recorded: 13 December 1966 CBS Studios, 104 New Bond Street, London, England.
    Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar, vocals), Noel Redding (bass), and Mitch Mitchell (drums, tambourine).

  5. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - The Wind Cries Mary [Live, 5 September 1967, at The Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden] (3:57)
  6. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Love Or Confusion [Alternate Mix, 3 April 1967] (3:16)
    • Author(s): James Marshall Hendrix
      Recorded: 11 January 1967 De Lane Lea Music Recording Studios, 129 Kingsway, London, England, United Kingdom
      Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar, vocals), Noel Redding (bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums).
  7. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Little One [featuring Dave Mason] [Completed Later Mix, 28 December 1967] (4:12)
    • Composers: James Marshall Hendrix
      Recording date/location: 28 December 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
      Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar, bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums, shakers, temple block, cowbell), and Dave Mason (sitar, shouting).
  8. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Mr. Bad Luck [5 May 1967 / Completed Mix] (2:58)
    • Author(s): James Marshall Hendrix
      Recorded: 5 May 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
      Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar, vocals), Noel Redding (bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums, tambourine).
  9. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Cat Talking To Me [Take 2, 5 June 1967] (2:54)

    Author(s): James Marshall Hendrix & John Graham (Mitch) Mitchell
    Recorded: 5 June 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
    Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar), Noel Redding (bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums, percussion, cowbell).

  10. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Castles Made Of Sand [Take 8, 5 October 1967] (3:13)
    • Composer: James Marshall Hendrix
      Recording date/location: 5 October 1967 Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, Barnes, London, England, United Kingdom
      Personnel: Jimi Hendrix (guitar), Noel Redding (bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums).
  11. Jimi Hendrix - Tears Of Rage [featuring Paul Caruso] [Drake Hotel Demo, March 1968] [Bob Dylan cover] (5:22)
  12. Jimi Hendrix Hear My Train A Comin' [featuring Paul Caruso] [Drake Hotel Demo, March 1968] 4:38
  13. Jimi Hendrix 1983... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) [Drake Hotel Demo, March 1968] 3:32
  14. Jimi Hendrix Long Hot Summer Night [Drake Hotel Demo, Take 2, March 1968 / Mono Mix] 2:33
  15. Jimi Hendrix My Friend [Takes 2 & 3 (Composite), Drake Hotel Demo, March 1968] 3:59
  16. Jimi Hendrix Angel [Drake Hotel Demo, March 1968 / Mono Mix] 3:12
  17. The Jimi Hendrix Experience Calling All The Devil's Children [Take 27, 21 October 1968 / Alternate Mix] 5:38
  18. The Jimi Hendrix Experience New Rising Sun [Take 2, 23 October 1968 / Incomplete Alternate Mix] 7:25

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Disc 3

  1. The Jimi Hendrix Experience Hear My Freedom [21 October 1968 / Edited Alternate Mix] 5:24 The Jimi Hendrix Experience Room Full Of Mirrors [16 February 1969 / Alternate Mix] 2:32 The Jimi Hendrix Experience Shame, Shame, Shame [16 February 1969 / Alternate Mix] 3:01 The Jimi Hendrix Experience Messenger [Take 15, 20 October 1968 / Alternate Mix] 3:21 The Jimi Hendrix Experience Hound Dog Blues [22 February 1969] [Elvis Presley cover] 4:45 The Jimi Hendrix Experience Untitled Basic Track [20 October 1968 / Mono] 3:50 Jimi Hendrix Star Spangled Banner [Live, 26 April 1969, at The Forum, Los Angeles, California] [Traditional] 2:30 Jimi Hendrix Purple Haze [Live, 26 April 1969, at The Forum, Los Angeles, California] 5:51 Jimi Hendrix Young / Hendrix [14 April 1969 / Alternate Mix] 20:58 Jimi Hendrix Mastermind [4 September 1969] 4:45 Jimi Hendrix Message To Love [Take 1, 19 December 1969 / Alternate Mix] 3:27 Jimi Hendrix Fire [Live, 31 December 1969 (2nd show), at the Fillmore East, New York City, New York] 4:42 Jimi Hendrix Foxey Lady [Live, 31 December 1969 (2nd show), at the Fillmore East, New York City, New York] 6:30

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Disc 4

  1. Jimi Hendrix Stone Free [Live, 31 December 1969 (2nd show), at the Fillmore East, New York City, New York] 14:48 Jimi Hendrix Burning Desire [Take 5, 16 January 1970] 8:50 Jimi Hendrix Lonely Avenue [Take 19, 12 November 1969] [Ray Charles cover] 4:22 Love The Everlasting First [featuring Jimi Hendrix] [Alternate Longer Mix] 4:17 Jimi Hendrix Freedom [Take 15, 15 May 1970] 4:17 Jimi Hendrix Peter Gunn / Catastrophe [15 May 1970 / Alternate Longer Mix] 2:57 Jimi Hendrix In From The Storm [Take 11, 21 July 1970 / Rough Mix, 20 August 1970] 3:37 Jimi Hendrix All God's Children [15 June 1970] 6:19 Jimi Hendrix Red House [Live, 30 May 1970 (1st show), at the Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California] 7:32 Jimi Hendrix Play That Riff [19 July 1970] 0:38 Jimi Hendrix Bolero [1 July 1970 / Edited Alternate Mix] 5:31 Jimi Hendrix Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) [1 July 1970 / Alternate Mix] 6:07 Jimi Hendrix Suddenly November Morning [Home Demo, Spring 1970] 4:12

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