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Jimi Hendrix - Woke Up This Morning And Found Myself Dead

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Scan submitted/created by [TheRutles]
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Publisher: Red Lightnin'
Reference :RL CD 0068
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Booklet & packaging :Red Lightnin'
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Recorded at the "Scene" Club, NYC 1968.
Featuring: Jim Morrison.
According to cover, this disc also features Johnny Winter & Buddy Miles but this information has been contested.

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1.
Red House(Hendrix)
Song
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Concert
New York, The Scene Club
18 Mar 1968
C1968.03.18.01
Jimi Hendrix
2.
Woke Up This Morning And Found Myself Dead(Hendrix)
Song
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Concert
New York, The Scene Club
18 Mar 1968
C1968.03.18.02
Jimi Hendrix
3.
Bleeding Heart(James/Sehorn)
Song
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Concert
New York, The Scene Club
18 Mar 1968
C1968.03.18.03
Jimi Hendrix
Cover of Elmore James
4.
Morrison's Lament(Hendrix/Morrison)
Song
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Concert
New York, The Scene Club
18 Mar 1968
C1968.03.18.04
The Doors, Jimi Hendrix
5.
Tomorrow Never Knows(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
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Concert
New York, The Scene Club
18 Mar 1968
C1968.03.18.05
The Doors, Jimi Hendrix
cover of The Beatles
6.
Uranus Rock(Hendrix)
Song
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Concert
New York, The Scene Club
18 Mar 1968
C1968.03.18.06
The Doors, Jimi Hendrix
7.
Outside Woman Blues(Reynolds)
Song
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Concert
New York, The Scene Club
18 Mar 1968
C1968.03.18.07
Jimi Hendrix
8.
Sunshine Of Your Love(Brown/Bruce/Clapton)
Song
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Concert
New York, The Scene Club
18 Mar 1968
C1968.03.18.08
Jimi Hendrix
cover of Cream
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Reviews

Review by: thewhoOn 28 Mar 2002 at 11:49 CET
This is one of the best kept secrets! Hendrix and Morrison, together on the stage. Morrison is funny (and drunk). They end up at the same club and do a set. The record companies wouldn't dare release this cd. Blows away any friend who hears it.
Review by: Cave in xOn 19 May 2002 at 06:27 CET
I think Morrison's Lament could have been a Doors classic
Review by: SulphurFuryOn 28 May 2002 at 09:05 CET
The coolest part about this recording is that Jimi Hendrix, knowing Jim Morrison is blown out of his mind on drugs, begins playing the main riff to the Beatles' psychedelic classic "Tomorrow Never Knows". How prophetic. How fitting!
The whole Morrison & Hendrix thing was spur of the moment and Hendrix played what came to his head after Jim Morrison hobbled onstage and was given a microphone.
I believe tracks 4 to 6 are the actual recording of Hendrix & Morrison together at the Scene Club. Everything else on this disc has been added as filler. Possibly from the Scene Club but from different nights. All probably comes from Hendrix' own personal tapes as he liked to tape his own gigs for himself, too.
Review by: MikeyGibbOn 21 Aug 2002 at 19:53 CET
Fantastic! Hendrix is the greatest guitarist ever without a doubt, though George wasnt far off!
Review by: Sneaky PeteOn 21 Oct 2002 at 16:20 CET
Embarrassing stuff. Should never have been released officially
Review by: BruxistOn 15 Jun 2003 at 16:09 CET
Hendrix's playing is, as usual, amazing and it's very interesting to hear him without any effects on his guitar. Jim Morrison's appearance is embarrasing and I find it difficult to listen to. Too drunk to come up with any actual lyrics Morrison resorts to screaming obscenities.

This material keeps turning up on semi-legitimate releases and I think the only reason is because of the two names. I would listen to this more often if Morrison had just stayed in his seat, although I do like hearing Hendrix point out into which mike he should "sing".

The sound quality is fairly muddy, the show was basically recorded with a tape deck that was onstage.
Review by: Mr. RichardsonOn 06 Nov 2003 at 20:21 CET
I'm a huge Hendrix fan, and when I bought this CD ( which, by the way, DOES NOT contain any involvement from Winter or Miles!!!), I nearly messed myself when "Morrison's Lament" came on! What a great, totally impromptu jam! Hell yeah the recording is raw sounding, and make no doubt that Hendrix most certainly is not playing at his best, but who the #$%! cares? This was a jam, plain and simple. Nobody knew that Morrison was going to be at the Scene Club the night that Hendrix was to be playing, and the fact that a drunken JM stumbled his way on stage, forced his way in front of a mic,proceeded to slur a series of alcohol induced profanities into the mic while the band jammed on, and the who damn thing managed to get caught on tape is reason to buy this gem of a CD the next time you see it in a record store ( and you will see it). By the way, the whole set was recorded at the Scene Club on the same night, no matter what SulphurFury might think, and this disc shouldn't be listed with "The Doors"! 10 out of 10 stars!!!!!!!!!
Review by: radiorabiesOn 06 Nov 2003 at 21:01 CET
I bought this album under the title "SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE" by Musicbank... It cost me £3.99! Bloody bargain! They sell it on their website!
Review by: the5thbeatlesOn 18 Jan 2004 at 18:18 CET
THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG HERE I HAVE THIS DISC ON CD DRIVE 3209 IS THIS THE SAME COMPANY AS RED LIGHTNIN IN MY BOOKLET IT HAS THE SAME LINER NOTE UNDER MAGIC CUTTING : BIG M. RED LIGHTNIN WISH TO ACKLNOWLEDGE THE KIND COOPERATION OF THE LATE MICHAEL JEFFERY WITHOUT WHOM THIS ALBUM WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE
Review by: fillapillowgOn 10 Mar 2004 at 20:04 CET
I have this bootleg in two different packages, an Italian cassette release with no mention of Morrison, Winter, or Miles (cover art only has a Hendrix logo) and an lp version with a psychedelic painting of Hendrix playing his black strat and his head being blown apart against a brick wall!
What a night, if you love those "never-ending" blues jams of Jimi's than you'll enjoy this curse-encrusted gem!
Review by: ChuckyDOn 07 Jan 2005 at 14:25 CET
This album is great. the sound isnt perfect but it is solid. It is a very cheesy record company, you can find the tracks on countless albums. Best songs are Outside woman blues, Bleeding Heart. Must have, very different hendrix material.
Review by: Dan RyanOn 18 Apr 2007 at 09:48 CET
Horrible sound with a drunk Jim Morrison.
Review by: woodstock69On 18 Apr 2007 at 19:27 CET
just great! :) but there is more hendrix & morrison stuff out there, can anybody tell me where?

@Dan Ryan: that is the reason, why I like this album :)
Review by: AbsoluteBeginnerOn 31 Oct 2007 at 10:23 CET
Favourite song is when Jim Morrison sings: I fu.. you in the ass and Jimi tells him:... sing anything else, we´re recordin man!. "

Review by: SopronidemonOn 27 Feb 2010 at 01:14 CET
Hello! Hogyan tudnék letölteni az oldalról?
Thanks!
Review by: steve23yhOn 27 Feb 2010 at 20:19 CET
Sopronidemon. Just to let you know two things - this isn't a download site, it's a reference site; and you're probably the only Hungarian who's a member, so asking in Hungarian won't get you far!!

Everyone else - not a Hendryx fan, don't know the bootleg, just helping out!
Review by: CooleyOn 27 Feb 2010 at 21:53 CET

I heard this recording many years ago, and it has been circulating in one form or another since at least 1980.

A very interesting performance by Hendrix, his off the cuff playing is superb.

In most cases the sound fidelity is excellent.

This was recorded at: The Scene club, 302 West 46th street, New York city, on 18th March-1968.

This date has been confirmed.

The other musicians are unknown, but are believed to be the bassist and drummer for the McCoy's: Randy Jo Hobbs (bass) and Randy Zehringer (drums).

(Randy Jo Hobbs died in Aug.-1993).

The group The McCoy's had a close association with Johnny and Edgar Winter via: Rick Derringer, so this may account for the Johnny Winter connection rumor.

This is unconfirmed at this time, but Johnny Winter has confirmed he isn't playing and has stated he never met Jim Morrison.

Noel Redding is definately not playing, and has also confirmed he was not present.

However, interestingly...there does appear to be a second lead guitar playing along with Hendrix.

For the record, Experience Hendrix owns the master reel for this recording, and has it safely locked in their vaults.

Perhaps it may see release in the future with some further documentation.

One of the most heavily bootlegged performances of Hendrix available.

It exists in dozens of different forms....

Review by: Kevin IslesOn 03 May 2011 at 08:32 CET
Really great jam session. It's obvious that everyone is having a lot of fun and it really showcases why Jimi was such a great talent, not to mention the star studded band. Highly recommended!


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Filename: rlcd0068
Originally filled by: gatoshoes
Date of creation: 28 Jan 2002 06:14:07
Last filled by: dale
Last Revision Date : 24 Dec 2014 11:08:59
Online on : 02 Apr 2002
Type of media: Bootleg CD-R


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