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JIMI HENDRIX - LIVE - Audience & soundboard recordings 1966-70
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1968 - 1969 - 1970

JIMI HENDRIX - STUDIO - Studio recordings 1964-70
VINYL TRANSFERS - TAPES

JIMI HENDRIX - DVD - Amateur & professional film footage 1967-70
LASERDISC TRANSFERS - COLLECTOR DISCS

JIMI HENDRIX - BOOTLEGS - Factory pressed bootleg records.
VINYL TRANSFERS - CD

[ * ] indicates a cut in the tape. These are not yet listed for every tape
[ / ] indicates that songs run into each other without a pause in between

Personelle: all recordings feature the Jimi Hendrix Experience (Jimi Hendrix - vocals & guitar, Noel Redding - bass & vocals, Mitch Mitchell - drums) unless otherwise noted.

QUALITY : I use the Jimpress grading system.
(E+) Excellent+, cd quality
(E) Excellent, top quality analogue source
(VG+) Very good +, vinyl, very slight noise / distortion
(VG) Very good, generally good but not professional quality
(G+) All instruments audible, some distortion
(G) Good, all instruments audible with excessive hiss, compressed sound or distortion
(R) Reasonable, fair instrument balance, but sound quality below avarage
(F) Fair, poor balance, at least one instrument inaudible, bad distortion
(P) Poor, only main instrument clearly audible (e.g. guitar or vocals), very distorted with bad hall ambience
(A) Abysmal, virtually inaudible

This list only includes clean discs, as far as I know any noises / drop-outs / cuts exist on the masters
or on all copies circulating, unless otherwise noted.

LAST UPDATE: 23 august 2021 - webmaster@earlyhendrix.com ------------------------






Unknown location
Possibly 1968

1 Hoochie coochie man

Jimi Hendrix - vocals & guitar,
Unknown1 - drums, Unknown2 - bass, Unknown3 - guitar, Unknown4 - piano
Lineage: 5min, G, Audience, Master > low
Unaltered version with a cut & repeat section at 4.16
Lineage: 5min, G, Audience, Master > low
Modified version of above source, a cut & repeat section at 4.16 removed and phase corrected



Tivolis Koncertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sunday 7 January 1968 1st show

1 Intro
2 Sgt Pepper´s lonely heart's club band
3 Fire
(leakage between these tracks in the left channel,
something running at double speed in the left channel)
4 Hey Joe
5 Catfish blues
6 The wind cries Mary
7 Purple haze
8 Spanish castle magic
9 Wild thing (drop-outs)

Lineage: 42min, G, Audience, Master > 1st > DAT > Cdr
Pitch adjusted by +3%, balance & phase corrected and some clicks removed. This recording doesn't seem to circulate without the leakage so it must either be on the master or the 1st gen copy? The leakage has so far been on all copies of the tape that I have heard including the Polymore bootleg lp "Fuckin' His Guitar For Denmark".



Stora Salen, Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden
Monday 8 January 1968 1st show

2 Intro (analog noises at 0.11 & 1.23)
3 Sgt. Pepper's lonely hearts club band
4 EXP
5 Up From The Skies
6 Spanish Castle Magic
7 Foxy Lady (analog / dat? noise at 2.59)
8 Little Wing
9 Fire
10 Catfish Blues (analog / dat? noise at 1.09) (cut cross-faded at 10.41?)
11 The Wind cries Mary
12 Purple Haze (end cut)

Lineage: 51min, G, Audience, Master (cassette) > reel > reel > DAT > Panasonic SV-300 DAT machine > ProTools d24 system (Mac G3 environment) > CDR > Soundstudio > Shorten > shtn > wav (index repairs)
Torrented by Jonsatticuk as "The Swedish Flood Vol. 5".
Index clicks (badly removed gaps) repaired in August 2008.
The recording has severe mic noises at places. Unknown if the distortion (in The Wind cries Mary for example) is on the master or caused by too high rec levels at some point in the lineage?
Jonsatticuk torrent notes: "Please note that the original cassette recording for this show was transferred by the taper to reel to reel. There was then a subsequent transfer so the all copies originating from it should be considered second generation. There are no master copies. Note also that the show is marred by lots of microphone clicks early on. The afflicted tracks are EXP/UFTS/SCM. Most of the noise was generated by recorder equipment / mic malfunctions and also the taper adjusting the gear. Some of the sharp rapid pops resemble digital faults but they are not. They probably could be safely removed without affecting surrounding material."



"Musicorama", Olympia, Paris, France
Monday 29 January 1968 2nd show

1 Killing floor
2 Catfish blues
3 Foxy lady
4 Red house
5 Driving south
6 The wind cries Mary
7 Fire
8 Little wing
9 Purple haze

Lineage: 51min, E, Soundboard, Master > 1st
Lineage: 50min, E, Soundboard, Master > CD
released officially on the Dagger Records CD "Live In Paris & Ottawa 1968"



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Saturday 3 February 1968 1st show

1 Intro
2 Sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band
3 Fire
4 Hey Joe
5 Foxy lady
6 The wind cries Mary
7 Killing floor
8 Little wing
9 Purple haze

Lineage: 40min, R, Audience, Master > 1st & 2nd (composite of sources 1,2 & 3)
Circulates as "Winterland 02.03.68" ATM-184



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Saturday 3 February 1968 1st & 2nd shows

First show:
1 Intro
2 Sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band (several drop-outs & cuts)
3 Fire (several drop-outs & cuts)
4 Hey Joe (several drop-outs & cuts)
5 Foxy lady (several drop-outs & cuts)
6 The wind cries Mary
7 Killing floor
8 Little wing
9 Purple haze

Second show:
10 Rock me baby
11 Red house
12 Foxy lady (end cut)

Lineage: 56min, G, Audience, Master > probably 2nd
First source
Circulates as "Winterland '68" ATM-137/38



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Saturday 3 February 1968 1st show

1 Sgt. Pepper's lonely hearts club band
*
2 Fire
*
3 Hey Joe
**
4 Foxy lady
*
5 Killing floor (0.38-0.39, 2.05 & 3.35-3.37 drop-outs)
*
6 Little wing
*
7 Purple haze

Lineage: 28min, R, Audience, Master > 2nd
Second source
Circulates as "Winterland '68" ATM-137/38



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Saturday 3 February 1968 2nd show

1 Rock me baby
2 Red house
3 Foxy lady
4 Like a rolling stone
5 Purple haze (end cut)

Lineage: 36min, R/G, Audience, Master > 1st & 2nd
Ccomposite of the 1st & 3rd sources
Circulates as "Winterland 02.03.68" ATM-184



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Saturday 3 February 1968 1st and 2nd shows

1 Introduction by George Feist
2 The wind cries Mary (from the 1st show) (end cut)
3 Rock me baby
4 Red house
5 Foxy lady (1.31-1.33 drop-out)
6 Like a rolling stone (cut? at 0.30 & 1.27-1.30 drop-outs)
7 Purple haze (cut at 0.44 & end cut)
8 That's it Poot

Lineage: 39min, G, Audience, Master > 1st
Third source recorded by George Feist on 3M / Wollensak portable cassette deck using an IBM mic. This copy of the tape originates from a radio broadcast, including introductions by the taper aka "the Duke of the Discs". Circulates as "Winterland '68" ATM-137/38



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Sunday 4 February 1968
2nd show
1 Killing floor
2 Red house
3 Catfish blues
4 Dear mr. fantasy (part one)
5 Dear mr. fantasy (part two)
6 Purple haze

Lineage: 39min, E, Soundboard, Master > CD
Released officially on the cd "Paris 1967 / San Francisco"
The disc is available through www.authentichendrix.com



Wednesday 14 February 1968
Fieldhouse, Regis College, Denver, Colorado, USA

**
1 Tax free (cut at 2.49)
2 Fire (sound volume drops at 0.28-35 & 0.38-44)
*
3 The wind cries Mary (start cut)
*
*reel / cassette side change?
*
4 Foxy lady (start slightly cut, end cut)
***
5 Spanish castle magic (start cut)
**
6 I don't live today (start cut)
7 Purple haze
8 Intros
9 Wild thing

This recording was circulated in 2008 in two versions, first with deck noises & cuts removed, then sometime later as a raw transfer.

Lineage: 40min, G+, Master (reel?) > CDR?
This version is the raw transfer circulated in May 2008.

Lineage: 40min, G+, Master (reel?) > CDR?
This version is the raw transfer with slightly different pitch, some noises not on master removed & entire recording amplified.



State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, Texas, USA
Friday 16 February 1968

1 Are you experienced
2 Fire
3 The wind cries Mary
4 Tax free
5 Foxy lady
*
6 Hey Joe
7 Spanish castle magic
8 Red house
*
9 Purple haze
*
10 Wild thing

Lineage: 63 min, G, Audience, Master (cassette) > 2nd, pitch corrected +10.0 %
Stereo audience recording.



Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Saturday 17 February 1968

1 Sgt pepper's lonely hearts club band
2 Can you please crawl out your window?
3 The wind cries Mary
4 Fire
5 Catfish blues
6 Foxy lady (end patched from mono source)
7 Hey Joe
8 Purple haze
9 Wild thing

Lineage: 54 min, G, Audience, Master (cassette) > 2nd, pitch corrected +5.0 %
Stereo audience recording.



Music Hall, Houston, Texas, USA
Sunday 18 February 1968.

1 Introduction
2 Sgt Pepper's lonely hearts club band
3 Fire
4 Hey Joe
5 Foxy lady
6 The wind cries Mary
7 I don't live today
8 Catfish blues
9 Purple haze
*
10 Wild thing (end cut)

Lineage: 52min, F, Master > low
The recording is most of the time heavily overdriven resulting in drop-outs and distortion. Digital pop in Fire at 2.37 repaired for this version.



Civic Opera House, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Sunday 25 February 1968 possibly 2nd show?

1 Sgt Pepper's lonely hearts club band
2 Fire
3 The wind cries Mary
4 Foxy lady
5 I don't live today
6 Hey Joe
7 Can you please crawl out your window?
8 Manic depression
9 Like a rolling stone
10 Purple haze

Lineage: 30min, R, Audience, Master > 2nd
Circulates as "Live in Chicago" ATM-121/22.



The Scene, Milwaukee
Wednesday 28 February 1968 1st show

1 Intro
*****
2 Tax free (short cut at 0.21)
3 Fire
4 Red house (short cut at 1.31)
5 Foxy lady
6 The wind cries Mary
7 Can you please crawl out your window?
8 Purple haze

Lineage: 42min, G, Audience, Master (reel) > DAT > CDR (Bittorrent by Jonsatticuk)
MD5 - jhe-concerts1968 (15-16).md5
1st transfer, done from reel to reel to DAT, circulated in 1998. This is the raw version of the tape, an eq'd version that has all the cuts spliced together also circulates.
Lineage: 42min, G, Audience, Master (reel) > CDR
MD5 - 1968-02-28_Master_RR.md5
2nd transfer, done from reel to reel to a standalone CDR burner, circulated in January 2005. This is the better transfer of the two, it doesn't have digital clipping, sounds slightly sharper and doesn't have the reel to reel deck hum present on the 1st transfer. Raw transfer with the cuts intact.



The Scene, Milwaukee
Wednesday 28 February 1968 2nd show

1 Intro
2 Bold as love
3 Sgt Pepper's lonely hearts club band
4 Spanish castle magic
5 Stone free
6 I don't live today
7 Burning of the midnight lamp
8 Foxy lady
9 Manic depression
10 Hoochie coochie man (end cut)

Lineage: 43min, G, Audience, Master (reel) > DAT > CDR
MD5 - jhe-concerts1968 (15-16).md5
1st transfer, done from reel to reel to DAT, circulated in 1998. This is the raw version of the tape, an eq'd version also circulates.
Lineage: 43min, G, Audience, Master (reel) > CDR
MD5 - 1968-02-28_Master_RR.md5
2nd transfer, done from reel to reel to a standalone CDR burner, circulated in January 2005. This is the better transfer of the two, it doesn't have digital clipping, sounds slightly sharper and doesn't have the reel to reel deck hum present on the 1st transfer.



Hunter College, New York City, New York, USA
Saturday 2 March 1968 2nd show

1 Tax free (start & end cut)
**
2 Foxy lady (tape wow at 2.24-26, end cut)
*
3 Like a rolling stone (start & end cut)
*
4 Killing floor (start & end cut)
*
5 Red house (start & end cut)

Lineage: 27min, G, Audience, Master > 2nd?
Originally circulated with the lineage "master > DAT" but is actually higher generation, possibly 2nd.
Circulates as ATM-39 Hunter / Hilton.



Vets Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, Ohio, USA
Sunday 3 March 1968

1 Tax free
2 Fire

Lineage: 7min, R, Audience, Master > low? > CDR > MD > CDR
Sampler tape with bad tape wobbles, probably introduced on purpose to make the sampler useless. Complete tape is not in circulation.



International Ballroom, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington DC, USA
Sunday 10 March 1968 1st show

1 Intro
2 Killing floor
3 Foxy lady
4 The wind cries Mary
5 Fire
6 Red house
7 I don't live today
8 Purple haze
9 Wild thing
10 Outro

Lineage: 35min, R, Audience, Master > DAT > CDR
Circulates as ATM-39 Hunter / Hilton



Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
Friday 15 March 1968 1st and 2nd shows

1 Pre-show interview with Jimi
2 Fire
3 Red house (start slightly cut)
4 Foxy Lady (start slightly cut)
5 Purple haze (start cut)
6 Wild thing
7 Post-show interview with Noel
8 Post-show interview with Mitch
9 Post-show interview with Jimi

Lineage: 71min, E, Soundboard, Master > CD
Released officially on the Dagger Records CD "Live At Clark University"



Cafe Au Go Go, New York City, New York, USA
Sunday 17 March 1968

1 Jam (start cut, tape wobble at start)
*
2 Drunk again (start cut)
*
3 (JL 2) Jam #2 in A (short drop-out at 5.21)
*
4 Little wing (7) jam (end cut)
*
5 Everything's gonna be alright
*
6 Stormy monday
*
7 Three little bears (7) jam
8 (JL 1) Jam #1 in D (end cut)

Lineage: 83min, E, Soundboard, Master > ?
Recorded by Jimi on reel to reel.
Circulates as "Kick Out The Jams" ATM-152/57



Steve Paul's The Scene, New York City, New York, USA
Monday 18 March 1968

1 Red house
*
2 I'm gonna leave this town
(including Everything's gonna be alright & Tail dragger)
*
3 Bleeding heart /
Jam
*
4 Jam
(including Tomorrow never knows, Outside woman blues & Sunshine of your love)

Jimi Hendrix - guitar & vocals, Jim Morrison - vocals, Lester Chambers - harmonica
Unknown - drums, Unknown1 - bass, Unknown2 - guitar, Unknown3 - guitar

Lineage: 53min, VG+, Audience, Master > low > CDR > CDR (via analog input)
Recorded by Jimi on reel to reel.
This is a "tape source", a different edit than all bootleg or "official" cds / lps.

Lineage: 44min, VG+, Audience, Master > ? > LP > CDR
Recorded by Jimi on reel to reel.
Transfer of the first issue of the "Sky High!" bootleg lp (no label).

Lineage: 54min, VG+, Audience, Master > low
Recorded by Jimi on reel to reel.
Composite of the following sources (as each source has a few seconds here and there not on other sources) made in May 2001:
Main source:
Master > ? > cassette > CDR > CDR via analog input ("tape source")
Patches:
LP > MD > CDR ("sky high" (sky dog))
LP > MD > CDR ("sky high!" (no label))
CD ("Bleeding Heart" (Castle Communications MAC CD 190))
Circulates as "Kick Out The Jams" ATM-152/57
(NOTE: all of these versions are better quality than official releases, unprocessed stereo with no distortion)



"Superconcert", The Capitol, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Tuesday 19 March 1968 1st show

1 Sgt Pepper's lonely hearts club band
2 Fire
3 Purple haze

Lineage: 11min, E, Soundboard, master (reel) > reel > CD
Recorded by Jimi on reel to reel.
Released officially on the Dagger Records CD "Live In Paris & Ottawa 1968". The recording was listed on eBay in March 2008 as part of a lot of three reel to reel tapes but the auction closed early and the Ottawa segment was privately sold to Experience Hendrix.

Four tracks from Ottawa were included in the auction but for some reason "Little Wing" was left off the CD release. Could be that the recording was incomplete or damaged, or could be that it was saved for a future mainstream release, being a high quality recording of a rare live track. A short sample of "Little Wing" does circulate, see next entry.



"Superconcert", The Capitol, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Tuesday 19 March 1968 1st show

1 Little wing

Lineage: 1min, VG+, Soundboard, master (reel) > reel > ?
Recorded by Jimi on reel to reel.
A low quality audio sample from an auction for a lot of tapes sold on eBay in March 2008. These were dubs made in 1975 of Jimi`s original master reel to reel tapes which had been stored at Electric Lady.

The auction listing described the dubs as follows:
"The three reel to reel tapes were recorded in 1975 on Ampex 456 professional stock. They are recorded in stereo at 71/2 ips. [...] Don’t be misled by the quality of this sample. It was digitized from a 40 year old reel to reel deck on its last legs. The distortion heard on the sample is not present on the tape. The tapes themselves are only two generations from the multi-track masters, and were recorded on high quality Ampex machines with studio specifications."



"Superconcert", The Capitol, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Tuesday 19 March 1968 2nd show

1 Introduction by MC Nelson Davis
Killing floor
*
2 Tax free
3 Fire
4 Red house
5 Foxy lady
6 Hey Joe
7 Introduction
8 Spanish castle magic
9 Purple haze
10 Wild thing (start only)

Lineage: 62min, VG+, Soundboard, master > 2nd > DAT > CDR
Recorded by Jimi on reel to reel.
Unedited version of the tape used for the official cd "Live in Ottawa", pitch corrected by -5.1%. This tape circulates as a 1st gen but it's actually a 2nd gen copy, a true 1st gen dub also exist.



Public Music Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Tuesday 26 March 1968 2nd show

*
1 Sgt. Pepper's lonely hearts club band
2 Fire
3 I don't live today
4 Red house
5 Foxy lady
6 Spanish castle magic
7 Manic depression
* (cut spliced together)
8 Purple haze
9 Wild thing

Lineage: 58min, G, Audience, Master > 1st > DAT? > MD > CDR



Paul Sauve Arena, Montreal, Quebeck, Canada
Tuesday 2 April 1968
Clean copy needed.




Generation Club, New York City, New York, USA
Sunday 7 April 1968

1 Jam (JL 13)

Jimi Hendrix - guitar, Hugh McCracken - guitar, unknown - bass, unknown - drums
Lineage: 5min, G, Audience, Master > low



Generation Club, New York City, New York, USA
April 1968 Jam with B.B.King
1 Ad libbed impromptu blues in A no. 903 (start cut)
2 Kooper's shuffle in G
*
3 Like a rolling stone (drop-out at 7.58)
4 San Ho Zay ((JL 4) Blues jam no. 1 part 1)
San Ho Zay ((JL 5) Blues jam no. 1 part 2)
* between 19.23 - 19.30, on master, circa 48.43 total time, Jimi stops playing at this point, reel flip?
San Ho Zay ((JL 5) Blues jam no. 1 part 2)
5 (JL 6) Band intro by B.B.King
*
6 (JL 7) Blues jam no. 2 part 1
* at 4.29-4.32, not on master?
(JL 7) Blues jam no. 2 part 2
1 (JL 9) Blues jam no. 3 (cut at 3.48-49, on master?)
2 It's my own fault (cut at 3.12 - on master?)
3 (JL 6) Band intro by B.B.King (increase in hiss from 0.14 onward, drop-outs on the left at 6.37 & 6.41, probably on master as the tape runs out while Jimi's checking the deck)

Jimi Hendrix - guitar, Buzzy Feiten? - bass, Al Kooper - organ, Paul Butterfield - harmonica & vocals, Philip Wilson - drums, Stuart - piano (nearly inaudible), David Sanborn - sax, Elvin Bishop? - guitar, B.B.King - guitar, John? Don? Martin? Marvin? - guitar, B.B.King - guitar and vocals

Lineage: ??min, E, Audience, Master > reel? > cassette > DAT > Cdr
Recorded by Jimi on reel to reel.
Circulates as discs 4 & 5 of ATM 0152-57 Kick Out The Jams



Fillmore East, New York City, New York, USA (soundcheck)
Friday 10 May 1968

1 Can you please crawl out your window?

This has also been labelled as being from Winterland October 1968,
the actual date & location is uncertain.
Lineage: 3min, E, Soundboard, Master > low > CDR



Fillmore East, New York City, New York, USA
Friday 10 May 1968 1st show

1 Red house
2 Wild thing

Lineage: ?min, ?, Audience, Master > ?



Fillmore East, New York City, New York, USA
Friday 10 May 1968 2nd show

1 Lover man
*
2 Fire
***
3 Foxy lady (drop-out at 0.23)
*
4 The fixing of the amps
5 Red house
*
6 Hey Joe (drop-outs at 3.05, 4.01, 4.03, 4.43, 4.47 & 7.44 dropout)
*
7 Sunshine of your love
8 Getting my heart back together (drop-outs at 5.17 & 7.50-51)
*
9 Can you please crawl out you window?
*
10 Purple haze (drop-out at 2.56)
*
11 Wild thing (end cut)

Lineage: 59min, VG, Audience, Master > 2nd > CDR



"Underground Pop Festival", Gulfstream Park, Hallandale, Florida, USA
Saturday 18 May 1968 1st and 2nd shows

1 Introduction (2nd show)
2 Hey Joe (2nd show?)
3 Foxy lady (1st show)
4 Tax free (1st show)
5 Fire (? show)
6 Getting my heart back together (? show)
7 I don't live today (? show)
8 Red house (? show)
9 Purple haze / Outro (2nd show)
10 Fire (? show)
11 Foxy lady (2nd show)

Lineage: 61min, E, Soundboard, Master > CD
Officially released by Experience Hendrix on the "Miami Pop Festival" -cd.



"Underground Pop Festival", Gulfstream Park, Hallandale, Florida, USA
Saturday 18 May 1968 1st and 2nd shows

***
1 Foxy lady (1st show)
**
2 Fire (? show)
3 Getting my heart back together (? show)
*
4 Purple haze (2nd show)
5 Outro (2nd show)

Lineage: 21min, E, Soundboard, Master > DAT > CDR
(STG bit torrent). Some of the circulating versions though listed as digital clones actually have at least one MD generation in between, this one doesn't. Gaps & repeat sections (present on all circulating copies of this tape) in track 1 at 0.46, track 2 at 3.36 & track 4 at 0.20 have been removed from this version.

This tape was originally circulated as being from the 2nd show (most likely because of the end announcements). When Experience Hendrix released film (1st show only) and audio (both shows) of the performances in 2013 it turned out that "Foxy lady" was actually from the 1st (daylight) show. "Purple haze" from the 1st show also features in the film but the audio actually comes from the 2nd show, same with "Fire".



"Titan Top-Show", Teatro Brancaccio, Rome, Italy
Saturday 25 May 1968 1st & 2nd shows

First show
1 I don't live today
2 Hey Joe
3 Stone free
*****
4 Manic depression (drop-outs at 0.14-22)
5 Foxy lady (short cut / drop-out at 0.02, drop-out at 1.53, accidentally taped over = cut at 2.48-53)
*
6 Red house
**
7 Wild thing (cut at 5.52-55)

Second show
*************
8 Fire (start of the track at 1.55-2.02 cut / taped over)
9 Stone free
**
Red house (introduction only, master has an incomplete part of the track, missing from this version)

Lineage: 49min, G+, Audience, Master > CDR
MC: Eddie Ponti
Recorded by Adriano Assanti Gironda with a Philips cassette recorder. The incomplete version of Red House that ends the tape has been cut on this copy, a quote from the tapers description of the recording: "Before the third song Hendrix apologizes to the audience, as he did in Bologna, for the electricity problems and then begins "Red House". Unfortunately the tape ends shortly after the first stanza ... but the performance is remembered as being exceptional."

Lineage: Master (cassette) > ? (transfer to digital) > cdr? > cdr? > wav
MD5 - Rome _1968_original_files_wav.md5
MD5 - Rome _1968_original_files_flac.md5
The originally circulated set of files, the tape was indexed into 10 tracks and had sector boundary errors. Circulated in August 2010.

Lineage: Master (cassette) > ? (transfer to digital) > cdr? > cdr? > wav (sector boundary errors and indexing fixed)
MD5 - Rome _1968_repaired_files_wav.md5
MD5 - Rome _1968_repaired_files_flac.md5
A repaired version of the original set of files above, sector boundary errors and indexing fixed (now 9 tracks) in August 2010.



Palasport, Bologna, Italy
Sunday 26 May 1968 1st show

1 Fire (1.12 - 1.15 dropouts)
2 Hey Joe
*
3 Stone free
*
4 Red house (start & end slightly cut)
*
5 Tax free (9.59 - 10.07 dropouts)
*
6 Purple haze
*
7 Foxy lady (2.17 - 2.20 dropouts)

Lineage: 37min, A, Audience, Master > (probably) 1st
First source, a cassette recorded by an unknown taper.



Palasport, Bologna, Italy
Sunday 26 May 1968 1st show
Clean copy needed of the second source recorded by Franco Minganti




Palasport, Bologna, Italy
Sunday 26 May 1968 1st show

*
1 Fire
*
2 Hey Joe
*
3 Stone Free
*
4 Red House
*
5 Tax Free

Lineage: 33min, A, Audience, Master > 1st
Third source, a reel to reel recorded by Luigi Messina



Palasport, Bologna, Italy
Sunday 26 May 1968 1st show

1 Intro
***
2 Fire (start cut)
*
3 Hey Joe (start cut)
*
4 Stone free (start cut)
*
5 Red house (start cut, end slightly cut)

Lineage: 20min, ?, Soundboard, Master > ?
Fourth source recorded by: unknown.
A semi-soundboard recording, only circulates as a YouTube video.



"Monster Konzert", Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Thursday 30 May 1968

1 Intro (cut at 1.02)
2 Tax free (drop-out / tape damage at 0.02-05)
3 Fire (end fades out)
*
4 Hey Joe
5 Foxy lady
*
6 Red house (cut at 8.58)
*
7 Purple haze (start slightly cut?)

Lineage: 41min, ?, Audience, Master > ?
First source recorded by Arnold Soder on cassette (Philips C-90) using a Philips deck.
See monsterkonzert.blogspot.com



"Monster Konzert", Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Thursday 30 May 1968
Second source, an audience recording by Teddy Riedo is not in circulation.

Tax free
Fire
Hey Joe
Foxy lady
Red house

See monsterkonzert.blogspot.com




"Monster Konzert", Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Friday 31 May 1968

1 MC Giorgio Frapoli - introduction
2 Voodoo child (slight return)
3 Stone free
4 MC Giorgio Frapoli - speech to crowd
5 I don't live today
6 Tune-up
7 Red house (3.51 analog / mic noise, short cuts at 9.04 & 9.54)
*
8 Hey Joe
9 Foxy lady
10 Manic depression
11 Fire
12 Purple haze

Lineage: 53min, R, Audience, Master > cassette > SonyTCWE435 > PioneerPDR-O4 > CDR >
EAC > WAV > Trader'sLittleHelper > FLAC
MD5 - 1968-05-31 Zurich 1st gen.md5
First source recorded by Roland Grundmann. Torrented on DIME 25.11.2009 by Markum7



"Monster Konzert", Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Friday 31 May 1968
1 Voodoo child (slight return) (start only)
**
2 Hey Joe (drop-out at 0.27-31)
**
3 Foxy lady (cut at 3.44)
**
4 Manic depression

Lineage: 14min, F, Audience, Master > ?
Incomplete version of the second audience source probably recorded by Theo Nötzli. Theo's brother Christian received the recording from him on a cassette, presumably the master tape, and then copied this onto another cassette (BASF C90) which is the tape that survives today, the master is probably lost.



"Monster Konzert", Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Friday 31 May 1968

Complete version of the second source by Nötzli Brothers needed.
Voodoo child (slight return)
Stone free
I don't live today
Red house
Hey Joe
Foxy lady
Manic depression

See monsterkonzert.blogspot.com




"Monster Konzert", Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Friday 31 May 1968

A third source recorded by Peter Naef exists but is not in circulation.


See monsterkonzert.blogspot.com



"It Must Be Dusty!", ATV, Elstree Studios, England
Wednesday 5 June 1968

1 Stone Free
*
2 Mockingbird (0.56 - 1.00 dropouts)
*
3 Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

Lineage: 10min, R, Broadcast, Master > ?, incomplete source



"It Must Be Dusty!", ATV, Elstree Studios, England
Wednesday 5 June 1968

1 Stone free
2 Mockinbird
3 Voodoo child (slight return)

Lineage: 11min, G, Broadcast, Master > ?, different source, complete and better quality



"The Woburn Music Festival"
Woburn Abbey, Woburn Park, Bedfordshire, UK
Saturday 6 July 1968, evening show
1 Intro
2 Sgt Pepper's lonely hearts club band (start cut)
3 Fire
4 Tax free (end cut)
*
5 Red house
6 Foxy lady
7 Voodoo child (slight return)
8 Purple haze

Lineage: 48min, VG, Soundboard, Master (reel) > DAT? > cd
Recorded by: unknown. The master tape is a 7.5 ips two track mono reel. The complete 120 minute recording also includes Family, Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band (from 6 July) and Taste (from 7 July).
Released officially on Dagger Records as "Live at Woburn".



Moody Coliseum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, USA
Saturday 3 August 1968

1 Intro
2 Dear mr. fantasy /
3 Rock me baby
4 Foxy lady
5 I don't live today
6 Hey Joe
7 Fire
*
8 Red house
9 Purple haze
10 Wild thing

Lineage: 61min, G+, Audience, Master > 2nd > MD? > Cdr
Recorded on a 5" 1800 feet Reeves Soundcraft reel at 3 3/4 ips in stereo, pitch corrected by +3%



Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, Texas, USA
Sunday 4 August 1968
1 Red house (start cut, dropout/cut at 10.09)
2 I don't live today (cut at 2.57)
3 Spanish castle magic (end cut)
*
4 Fire (start cut, dropout/cut at 0.51 & 1.07)
5 Voodoo child (slight return) (dropout/cut at 1.58 & 2.18)
6 Purple haze (dropouts at 3.38-40)
7 Manic depression (dropout/cut at 0.45, cut at 0.55, end cut)

Lineage: 32min, R, Audience, Master > Cassette x 2 > Soundstudio > Shorten > SHN > Cdr



Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Saturday 10 August 1968 2nd show

1 Are you experienced
2 I don't live today
3 Fire
4 Red house
5 Foxy lady
6 Purple haze
7 Wild thing

Lineage: 30min, F, Audience, Master > CDR
Eq'd & cleaned-up version. Circulates as "Live in Chicago" ATM-121/22.
Lineage: 30min, F, Audience, Master > MD > CDR
Raw source.



The Col Ballroom, Davenport, Iowa, USA
Sunday 11 August 1968

1 Are you experienced (cut at 7.44, end cut)
*
2 Lover man
**
3 Foxy lady
4 Red house
5 I don't live today
*
6 Fire

Lineage: 45min, G, Audience, Master > Cassette x 3 > Soundstudio > Shorten > SHN > Cdr
Stereo audience recording, raw source (?).
Lineage: 45min, G, Audience, Master > 2nd? > DAT > CDR
Stereo audience recording. Modified version, de-noised & eq'd and tracks 2-6 averaged into mono. Cut in "Are you experienced" spliced together.



Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland, USA
Friday 16 August 1968

1 *
Are you experienced
2 Rock me baby
3 Foxy lady
4 Hey Joe
5 Fire
*
6 I don't live today
7 Purple haze
8 Wild thing / Star spangled banner / Taps

Lineage: 48min, R, Audience, Master > probably 3rd
There are at least two different transfers of this tape in circulation. One of them is a speaker dub, during Are You Experienced you can hear a telephone ringing. The other transfer (this version) is superior in quality and doesn't have the phone on it, but the possibility remains that this isn't a line recording either...



"The New York Rock Festival", Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, New York City, New York, USA
Friday 23 August 1968
*
1 Are you experienced
*
2 Fire
*
3 Red house (cut at 0.49 & 8.56)
*
4 I don't live today
****
5 Like a rolling stone
*
6 Foxy lady
*
7 Purple haze
*
8 Hey Joe
*
9 Wild thing / Star spangled banner

Lineage: 56min, R, Audience, Master (cassette) > DAT > Cdr > Soundstudio > Shorten > SHN > Cdr
Recorded by Howard Fields on a 3M / Wollensak portable cassette deck. (STG bit torrent).



Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Wednesday 4 September 1968

*
1 Are you experienced (cut at 2.37)
**
2 Come on (part I)
**
3 Little wing
*
4 Voodoo child (slight return)
**
5 Fire
*
6 Spanish castle magic (drop-out at 2.58)
*
7 Foxy lady (start cut, drop-out at 0.11 & end slightly cut)
*
8 Like a rolling stone (end slightly cut)
****
9 Sunshine of your love (start cut, cut / tapeflip? at 5.00-03, end slightly cut)
*
10 Hey Joe (audio drops out at 3.38-40 & cut at 6.01)
*
11 Star spangled banner /
12 Purple haze (cut at 2.31-34, 4.20 & 4.33)

Lineage: Master (5" reel) > cassette (cheap normal bias tape) > cassette (Maxell UDXL 2) > DAT > CDR > wav
Recorded on 5" reel to reel, see UV17.
The taper made a cassette copy of the master on a normal bias tape, from this tape 3 copies on Maxell UDXL 2 cassettes were made and one of these was transferred to DAT. The tape circulates as a 1st gen but is actually 2nd gen. The DAT was transferred to CDR in 2005 and pitch corrected by -5%. Repairs to the audio (removal of noises not on the original master) were done in May 2008: an analog click in Foxy Lady at 2.24 partly removed. A DAT noise (on all copies I've heard so probably on the original DAT) at 2.43 in Like A Rolling Stone could not be entirely removed but it's a lot less audible now. Analog clicks at 2.17 in Star Spangled Banner & 0.02 in Purple Haze completely removed.



Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada
Saturday 7 September 1968

1 Intro
2 Voodoo child (slight return)
3 Hey Joe
4 Are you experienced
5 Come On (part 1)
6 Little wing
8 Foxy lady
9 Red house
10 Fire
11 Spanish castle magic
12 Purple haze (end cut, diginoise from cd rot)

Lineage: 60 min, VG, Audience, Master > low?



Coliseum, Spokane
Sunday 8 September 1968

1 Foxy lady (start cut)
2 Little wing
* (Jimi introduces Voodoo child (slight return) here but it's missing from the tape)
3 Red House
4 Fire
*
unidentified 14 sec snippet of music possibly by Vanilla Fudge (who were one of the support acts)

Lineage: 22min, R, Audience, Master > cassette > cassette > cdr > cdr
This circulates as a "DAT clone of master" but is actually 2nd gen. I have a copy of this with a known lineage of Master > cassette > cassette > cdr and the quality is identical to the "DAT clone". Also, most copies have a DAT noise at 2.24 into Fire, this version is clean. The "Vanilla Fudge" -snippet is also slightly longer than on other copies in circulation.



Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon, USA
Monday 9 September 1968

1 Tuning Up
2 Are You Experienced
3 Fire
4 Hey Joe
5 Foxy Lady
6 Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (drop-outs at start)
7 Little Wing
8 Spanish Castle Magic
9 Red House (cut at 3.33-35, on master)
10 Star Spangled Banner /
11 Purple Haze

Lineage: 65min, G, Audience, Master (reel) > DAT > CDR
The master is a 5" reel (3 3/4 ips), the transfer was done with a Pioneer reel to reel deck to a Fostex D5 DAT recorder.



Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, California, USA
Saturday 14 September 1968

1 Introductionby KHJ DJ Humble Harve
2 Call of the black panther / Are you experienced
3 Voodoo child (slight return)
4 Red house
5 Foxy lady
6 Fire
7 Hey Joe
8 Sunshine of your love
9 I don't live today
10 Little wing
11 Star spangled banner /
12 Purple haze

Lineage: 69min, R, Audience, Master > 2nd, balance during the first c. 7min corrected, whole recording pitch corrected -5%



Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, California, USA
Saturday 14 September 1968

1 Introduction by KHJ DJ Humble Harve
2 Call of the black panther / Are you experienced
3 Voodoo child (slight return)
4 Red house
5 Foxy lady (end cut)
* reel side flip
6 Fire (start cut)
7 Hey Joe
8 Sunshine of your love
9 I don't live today
10 Little wing
11 Star spangled banner /
12 Purple haze (end slightly cut)

Lineage: 68min, G+, Soundboard, Master (reel) > CD Released officially on Dagger Records as "Live at the Hollywood Bowl" as part of a Electric Ladyland deluxe edition. According to the album liner notes the master is a two-track recording made secretly from the house mixing console.



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Thursday 10 October 1968 1st show

1 Introduction
2 Are you experienced
3 Voodoo child (slight return)
4 Red house
5 Foxy lady
*
6 Like a rolling stone
*
7 Star spangled banner
8 Purple haze

Lineage: 61min, E, Soundboard, Master > 1st
Stereo mix but so narrow that it's almost mono



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Thursday 10 October 1968 1st show

1 Intro
2 Are you experienced
3 Voodoo child (slight return)
*
4 Red house
5 Foxy lady (speed fluctuations, drop-outs at 4.07-09)
**
6 Like a rolling stone (drop-out at 6.59-7.00)
*
7 Star spangled banner
8 Purple haze

Lineage: 65min, E, Soundboard, Master > low
"2-track mix", guitar & vocals (mainly) left, bass & drums right.



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Thursday 10 October 1968 2nd show

1 Introduction
2 Tax free
3 Lover man
4 Sunshine of your love
5 Getting my heart back together
6 Killing floor
7 Hey Joe
8 This is America / Star spangled banner
9 Purple haze

Lineage: 74min, E, Soundboard, Master > 1st
Stereo mix but so narrow that it's almost mono
With Jack Casady on bass tracks 6-7.



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Friday 11 October 1968 1st show

1 Introduction
2 Are you experienced
3 Voodoo child (slight return)
4 Red house
( cross-faded into audience source)
5 Foxy lady
*
6 This is America / Star spangled banner
7 Purple haze

With Virgil Gonsales on flute track 2.
Lineage: 62min, E/G, Soundboard/Audience, Master > 1st for both sources
Stereo mix but so narrow that it's almost mono



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Friday 11 October 1968 1st show

1 Introduction
2 Are you experienced
3 Voodoo child (slight return)
4 Red house (the whole track from the 3rd gen source)
5 Foxy lady (the whole track from the 3rd gen source)
6 Star spangled banner
7 Purple haze

With Virgil Gonsalves on flute track 2.
Lineage: 52min, ?, Audience, Master > 1st & 3rd, composite of the 2 sources
First "old" audience source, recorded by Evan Aurand



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Friday 11 October 1968 1st show

1 Are you experienced (short drop-out at 2.46)
*
2 Voodoo child (slight return)
*
3 Red house
*
4 Foxy lady

With Virgil Gonsalves on flute track 1
Lineage: 42min, G, Audience, Master (cassette) > cassette (copied in 1968) > Transfer to digital in 2002, Tascam 112 MKII Cassette Deck > DigiDesign 888d24 A/D converter > ProTools.
Second "new" audience source.



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Friday 11 October 1968 2nd show

1 Introduction
2 Tax free
3 Spanish castle magic
4 Like a rolling stone
*
5 Lover man
6 Hey Joe
7 Fire
8 Foxy lady
*
9 Purple haze

With Herbie Rich on organ tracks 4-8
Lineage: 73min, E, Soundboard, Master > 1st
Stereo mix but so narrow that it's almost mono



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Friday 11 October 1968 2nd show

1 Tax free (cut at 10.22)
* (circa 6 seconds patched in here from a 3rd gen)
2 Spanish castle magic (cut at 4.57, drop-outs at 8.18-8.27)
* (a couple of seconds patched in here from a 3rd gen)
3 Like a rolling stone
*
4 Lover man
** (circa 10 seconds patched in here from a 3rd gen)
5 Hey Joe
*
6 Fire
*
7 Foxy lady (the whole track from the 3rd gen source)

With Herbie Rich on organ tracks 3-7
Lineage: 60min, ?, Audience, Master > 1st & 3rd, composite of the 2 sources
First "old" audience source, recorded by Evan Aurand



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Friday 11 October 1968 2nd show
1 Tax free (start cut, cut at 1.54-58)
2 Spanish castle magic
*
3 Like a rolling stone
4 Lover man (end cut)

With Herbie Rich on organ tracks 3-4.
Lineage: 46min, G, Audience, Master (cassette) > cassette (copied in 1968) > Transfer to digital in 2002, Tascam 112 MKII Cassette Deck > DigiDesign 888d24 A/D converter > ProTools.
Second "new" audience source.



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Saturday 12 October 1968 1st show

1 Introduction
2 Fire
3 Lover man
4 Like a rolling stone
5 Foxy lady
6 Blown amp blues
7 Tax free (cut at 2.18-2.20)
* (short cut at 0.27)
8 Hey Joe
9 Purple haze
10 Wild thing

Lineage: 65min, E, Soundboard, Master > 1st
Stereo mix but so narrow that it's almost mono



Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California, USA
Saturday 12 October 1968 2nd show

1 Introduction
2 Foxy lady
3 Manic depression
4 Sunshine of your love
5 Little wing
6 Spanish castle magic
* (3 seconds of dead air cut at 0.21, not on master)
7 Red house
8 Voodoo child (slight return)
9 Star spangled banner
10 Purple haze

Lineage: 70min, E, Soundboard, Master > 1st
Stereo mix but so narrow that it's almost mono



Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Saturday 2 November 1968

1 Interview by Tony Glover
2 Fire
3 Are you experienced
4 MC Jonny Matthews (KDWB DJ) talks to the crowd / Voodoo child (slight return)
5 Red house
6 Foxy lady
7 Little wing
8 Spanish castle magic
9 Sunshine of your love
10 Star spangled banner
11 Purple haze
12 Interview by Tony Glover

Lineage: 34min, G, Master > 2nd
Recorded by Tony Glover



Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Saturday 16 November 1968

1 Fire (start cut)
*
2 Spanish castle magic (start cut)
*
3 Voodoo child (slight return) (start cut)
*
4 Red house (start cut)
*
5 Foxy lady (start cut)
*
6 Purple haze (start cut)

Lineage: 41min, G, Audience, Master > DAT > MD > CDR
The ends of the songs have audience noise loops & fade outs added in an attempt to make the cuts smoother.



Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Wednesday 27 November 1968

1 Sgt. Pepper's lonely hearts club band
2 Fire
3 Hey Joe
4 I don't live today
5 Voodoo child (slight return)
6 Red house (end cut)
*
7 Sunshine of your love (start cut)
8 Spanish castle magic
9 Foxy lady
***
10 Star spangled banner
11 Purple haze

Lineage: 100min, F, Audience, Master > 1st



"An Electronic Thanksgiving", Philharmonic Hall, New York City, New York, USA
Thursday 28 November 1968 1st show

1 Introduction
2 Fire
3 I don't live today
4 Getting my heart back together
5 Spanish castle magic
6 Foxy lady
* (tape flip)
7 Red house
8 Sunshine of your love
9 Purple haze

Lineage: 73min, F, Audience, Master > 1st
First source. Circulates as "Philharmonic" ATM-196-98.



"An Electronic Thanksgiving", Philharmonic Hall, New York City, New York, USA
Thursday 28 November 1968 1st show

1 Introduction
**
2 Fire
**
3 I don't live today (drop-out at 4.34)
*
4 Getting my heart back together (short cut at 3.51, drop-outs at 5.31-5.33 & 5.56-6.00)
5 Spanish castle magic (cut at 3.58-4.03)
***
6 Foxy lady (cut at 0.09, 0.34 & 1.59)
*
7 Red house (drop-outs at 2.22-26, 2.45, 2.50, 11.15, 11.17 & 11.25)
**
8 Sunshine of your love
(start slightly cut, cut at 2.58, crackle at 4.36, drop-outs at 4.37 & 4.42, cut at 8.06)
**
9 Purple haze (start cut, cut at 1.40, end cut)

Lineage: 58min, R, Audience, Master > 1st
Second source recorded by Larry Yelen. Circulates as "Philharmonic" ATM-196-98.



"An Electronic Thanksgiving", Philharmonic Hall, New York City, New York, USA
Thursday 28 November 1968 1st show

1 I don't live today (drop-outs at 0.24-0.27 & 0.42-0.43)
*
2 Getting my heart back together (tape speed-up at 7.48)
*
3 Spanish castle magic (cut at 0.43)

Lineage: 24min, G+, Audience, Master > 2nd
Third source. Circulates as "Philharmonic" ATM-196-98.



"An Electronic Thanksgiving", Philharmonic Hall, New York City, New York, USA
Thursday 28 November 1968 1st show

1 Red house (drop-outs at 2.23-28 & 2.50-53)
2 Sunshine of your love

Lineage: 23min, R/F, Audience, Master > 1st
Two tracks from the second source with eq & added reverb to create a slight fake stereo effect. Cuts in "Sunshine of your love" have been patched with the first source. Circulates as "Philharmonic" ATM-196-98.



Cobo Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Saturday 30 november 1968
1 Intro (tape speed-up at 3.52)
****
2 Fire (left channel drops out at 0.37-38)
3 Spanish castle magic
* (not on master)
4 I don't live today
5 Sunshine of your love (drop-outs at 3.35, 3.56, 4.05 & 4.10-15)
6 Voodoo child (slight return) (start only)
*
7 Red house (two segments only with cut in between at 2.35-2.57)
*
8 Voodoo child (slight return) (end only)

Lineage: 40min, G, Audience, Master > low?
First source, raw version phase corrected. Tracks 7-8 run extremely slow, have sped-up talking on one channel and bad tape wow. This might be a speaker dub instead of a line dub of the master.



Cobo Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Saturday 30 november 1968

1 Fire (start cut)
*
2 I don't live today (start cut, drop-outs at 2.34-39 & 4.31)
*
3 Sunshine of your love (start cut)
*
4 Red house (start & end cut, drop-out at 4.30)
* (reel side change)
5 Foxy lady
*
6 Hey Joe (start cut)
7 Purple haze

Lineage: 47min, G, Audience, Master (reel) > HiFi vhs > Cdr
MD5 (flac) - Detroit_1968_second_source_flac.md5
MD5 (wav) - Detroit_1968_second_source_wav.md5
Second source, recorded on a Scotch 5" reel by Randy M. Foley. The master was sold to Experience Hendrix on eBay 19 April 1999, this transfer was done sometime earlier in 1999 when the reel was also transferred to cassette and cdr (the reel > cdr copy is not in circulation). The tape has a quiet ticking sound all the way through, either on master or a problem with the vhs tracking. Circulated as "Detroit Rock City" ATM-231-232 in December 2004.



Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Sunday 1 December 1968

1 Killing floor
2 I don't live today
3 Spanish castle magic
4 Foxy lady
5 Red house
6 Sunshine of your love
7 Voodoo child (slight return)
8 Fire
9 Purple haze

Lineage: 69min, G, Audience, Master > 1st

 

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