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Jimi Python - Too Much Disco FLAC album


Performer: Jimi Python
Genre: Electronic
Title: Too Much Disco
Released: 2010
Style: Experimental, Disco, New Wave, Synth-pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1175 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1371 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1109 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 403
Other Formats: DMF AAC MPC ADX AUD WMA MIDI

Stages is a box set consisting of live performances by Jimi Hendrix covering four years of his career. Disc One is the September 5, 1967 concert in Stockholm. Disc Two is the January 29, 1968 concert in Paris; this was later released on Dagger Records as part of Live in Paris & Ottawa 1968. Disc Three is the May 24, 1969 concert in San Diego. Disc Four is the July 4, 1970 concert at the Atlanta International Pop Festival.

A posthumous studio album, "The Cry Of Love", was released in January of 1971, followed by the double album soundtrack to the documentary film "Jimi Hendrix" in June of 1973. com, pagesperso-orange. com, Posterogs, Bookogs, Filmogs.

If one doesn't have the bootleg to compare, the album is quite listenable, though much too brief. We'd like to blast your eardrums one more time," Jimi says during a lengthy tune-up prior to a title the producers call "Smashing of the Amps" - which is actually the intro to "Purple Haze" mutating into a very brief "Star Spangled Banner.

Producer – Chas Chandler (tracks: A1 to A6, B6, C5, D1 to D3), Eddie Kramer (tracks: C6, C7), Jimi Hendrix (tracks: B1 to B5, C1 to C4, D4), John Jansen (tracks: C6, C7). Notes. On labels: Made in Holland This compilation ℗ 1983 Polydor Int. Original sound recording made by Polydor Int. GmbH (Hamburg). Trackposition differences: Little WIng on backsleeve C7, On label D1 Notation difference: On backsleeve B1 Burning Of The Midnight Lamp, On label B1 The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp.

Jimi Hendrix adapted Waters' "Rollin' Stone" for "Voodoo Chile," Bob Dylan found inspiration in it for "Like a Rolling Stone," and Mick Jagger and Keith Richards took their band's name from it. The 50 cuts on these two CDs run from bass duets to full-band romps – and they only scratch the surface of Waters' legacy. The album's centerpiece is "Living for the City," a cinematic depiction of exploitation and injustice. Much of what we take for granted in rock would not exist without this New York band or its seminal debut: the androgynous sexuality of glitter; punk's raw noir; the blackened-riff howl of grunge and noise rock; goth's imperious gloom. Recorded dirt-cheap at a studio that was literally falling apart, it is a record of fearless breadth and lyric depth.

Greatest Jimi Hendrix Songs. The Top Ten. 1 All Along the Watchtower. Unquestionably the best Hendrx song! This song could also easily find it's way on a top 20, best songs ever. The best guitar solo of Jimi Hendrix. My dad and I said this was such a great song at the exact same time. I never heard anything better than this. The rhythm is the best piece of music ever made, the Intro and the way he plays the song.

Tracklist

1 Too Much Disco
2 Street Fighter 2
3 Ugh!!
4 Haltija X
5 Killing Time Feat. Suad Khalifa
6 Hipster Love
7 Angry Cat
8 Black Horse
9 Electric Python
10 Snake Dance
11 Mä Tulin Sun Uniin New Mix Feat.Stig Dogg

Credits

  • Mastered By – Hullu Koira