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Eric Burdon & War featuring Jimi Hendrix (1970)

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Disc 1 - 1st set: 
1. Mother Earth
2. Paint It Black
3. Spill The Wine
4. Tobacco Road 

Disc 2 - 2nd set: 
1. Blackbird
2. Mystery Train
3. Mother Earth
4. Tobacco Road

Lonnie Jordan – keyboards
Dee Allen – conga, percussion
B.B. Dickerson – bass
Howard Scott – guitar
Lee Oskar – harp
Charles Miller – flute, sax
Eric Burdon – vocals
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Jimi Hendrix - guitar

Eric Burdon & War
featuring Jimi Hendrix
1970-09-16
Ronnie Scott's Club
London

 

This is the complete existing recording of Eric Burdon & War's concert at Ronnie Scott's Club in London September 16th, 1970. The Show consisted of two sets. The Taper however unfortunately only had a C-90 cassette, so he flipped the cassette over, and recorded the last part of the concert over the first, thereby forever losing the start of the recording.

Although lossy, as it's sourced from a wma-transfer of the master tape, this version of the recording is still vastly superior to other currently circulating versions. It's also considerably longer, and includes notably more music. As for the two tracks that feature Hendrix, "Blues For Memphis Slim" (incl."Mother Earth") is now 8 minutes longer than before, and "Tobacco Road" is more than 9 minutes longer. Apart from a few (presumably) minor cuts, this recording features Hendrix's last public performance in it entirety.

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