Friday, August 28, 2009

Jimi Hendrix and Larry Young - Record Plant Session (1969) (mp3, 160kbps)

I was looking through the archive and found that this recording didn't sound nearly as bad as I remembered. It's pretty rough, but well worth it to hear the meeting of these two giants. Obviously, Larry Young did not have the same impact on music as Jimi, but his feel in Lifetime and on John McLaughlin's Devotion make him a natural for a jam with Jimi. This set is from the Record Plant Studios in New York City, May 14, 1969. Mitch Mitchell is on drums and Billy Cox plays bass.

  1. Livin at the Burwood
  2. Jam in E
  3. Theme in D
  4. Theme in D Jam
  5. Jam in Gb
  6. Jam in Gb cont'd
  7. World Traveler
  8. World Traveler (reprise)
  9. My Brother's Dead
  10. Livin at the Burwood (edit)
The link is in the comments.

1 comment:

MPomy said...