S154 Message To Love
Jimi (gs, lv, hv), Buddy (dr, hv), Billy (ba), Billy? (hv), Juma? (cow-bell), unknown (ta).
recorded at PLA, 12/69 or 01/70.
engineered by Tony Bongiovi?
produced by Jimi.
Wiped in 1974: Buddy (his drum ending).
NOTE: <1> Slightly incomplete. <2> Credit is given on the cover to Jimmy Maeulen for percussion (added in 1974), however all percussion appears to be from the original recording session. <3> Refer to S724 for the complete unaltered and original version.
S155 Somewhere
Jimi (gi, vo), Buddy (dr), Noel? (ba), unknown (rhythm gi).
recorded at CEN, 13/03/68 (basic track).
produced by Chas.
Wiped in 1974: Buddy (dr), Noel? (ba).
Added in 1974: Jeff Mironov (gi), Alan Schwartzberg (dr), Bob Babbit (ba).
NOTE: Slightly incomplete. Refer to S768 for the complete and unaltered version.
S156 Crash Landing
Jimi (gi, vo), unknown - not Mitch or Buddy - (dr), unknown - not Noel or Billy - (ba), unknown (or).
recorded at PLA, 24/04/69.
produced by Jimi.
Wiped in 1974: Jimi (bits of vo), unknown - not Mitch or Buddy - (dr), unknown - not Noel or Billy - (ba), unknown (or).
Added in 1975: Jeff Mironov (gi/gs?), Alan Schwartzberg (dr), Bob Babbit (ba), Jimmy Maeulen (cow-bell, pe), Linda November (hv), Vivian Cherry (hv), Barbara Massey (hv).

S157 Coming Down Hard On Me Baby
Jimi (gi, vo), Mitch (dr), Billy (ba).
recorded at ELE? 14?/07/70.
engineered by Eddie.
produced by Jimi.
Wiped in 1974: Mitch (dr), Billy (ba).
Added in 1974: Jeff Mironov (gi), Alan Schwartzberg (dr), Bob Babbit (ba).
NOTE: Refer to S147 for the unaltered and original version.
S158 Peace In Mississippi
Jimi (solo gi, rhythm gi), Mitch (dr), Noel (ba).
recorded at TTG, 24/10/68.
produced by Jimi.
Wiped in 1974: Jimi (rhythm gi), Mitch (dr), Noel (ba), delay effects.
Added in 1974: Jeff Mironov (rhythm gi), Alan Schwartzberg (dr), Bob Babbit (ba), Jimmy Maeulen (pe).
NOTE: Refer to S769 for a slightly less altered version.
S159 With The Power
Jimi (gs, lv, hv), Buddy (dr, hv), Billy (ba), Billy? (hv), Juma (cow-bell).
recorded at PLA, 21/11/69.
engineered by Tony Bongiovi?
produced by Jimi.
Wiped in 1974: Jimi (bits of several guitar solo/overdubs, bits of lv), Buddy (drum break), Juma (cow-bell).
Added in 1974: Jimmy Maeulen (pe).
NOTE: <1> Incomplete. Refer to S798 for the complete unaltered and original version. <2> Originally recorde with the working title: Paper Airplanes. <3> With The Power a.k.a.: Power Of Soul. <4> Emeretta Marks: 'Jimi missed the turn-around. So they emptied the studio and I sat down on the carpet and Jimi would play and I nod to Jimi and count the bars, 'cause I don't think Jimi ever counted the bars . . . '
S160 Stone Free
Jimi (gs, lv), Mitch (dr, voice), Noel (ba, hv), Andy Fairweather Low (hv), Roger Chapman (hv), unknown (ta), unknown (cow-bell), unknown (coughing), unknown (2 hand-claps).
recorded at PLA, 07 and 08/04/69.
engineered by Gary.
produced by Jimi.
Wiped in 1974: Jimi (bits of several guitar solo/overdubs, bits of lv), Mitch (dr, voice), Noel (ba, hv), unknown (ta), unknown (cow-bell), unknown (coughing), unknown (2 hand-claps).
Added in 1974: Jeff Mironov (gs), Alan Schwartzberg (dr), Bob Babbit (ba), Jimmy Maeulen (pe); compresser (used on Jimi's lv).
NOTE: Incomplete. Refer to S725 for the complete unaltered and original version.
S161 M.L.K.
Jimi (gi), Buddy (dr, cow-bell), Billy (ba). Special effect: Jimi (Uni-Vibe with chorus setting).
recorded at PLA, late 69 or early 70.
engineered by Jack Adams.
produced by Jimi.
Added in 1970 (by Jimi): some backward gi.
Mixed (in 1972): Alex Trevor (ELE).
Wiped in 1974: Buddy (dr, cow-bell), Billy (small bits of ba).
Added in 1974: Alan Schwartzberg (dr), Jimmy Maeulen (slinky).
Added in 1974: heavy echo delay in order to create a sound of more than 1 lead guitar.
NOTE: <1> Incomplete. <2> The original basic track contains only 1 lead guitar. Refer to S777 for the complete and unaltered basic track version. <3> 'M.L.K.' for (Martin Luther King) is incorrectly titled as 'Captain Coconut'. <4> Les Kahn (one of the 1974 engineers): 'That came from 3 different things, we found the master for that whole center part, but not the beginning or the end, which was compositive. We had to work with the mix, though, we didin't have the masters . . . the title that was on the box was "M.L.K." and that showed up here and there and we couldn't find out what the fuck that meant.'

Appearances

S154 - S161 appeared on

quoted from Electric Gypsy 2 (pp. 545/6/7)

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