I begged him to sell it to me, even offered to trade him a similar Gibson SG... From 2003 on, professional recordings were made of every Peter Gabriel concert. All bootlegs here are so called ‘audience recordings’ that are way inferior to the ones you can buy at The Music.I can only imagine the same stunned reaction we experienced at that time, in the presence of greatness. [...] I saw the Jimi Hendrix Experience in the basement club of the Refectory Pub in Londons Golders Green the week the groups first single Hey Joe was released.Anonymous [June 30, 2013 at ] I have recorded in that Hilversum studio [VARA. It was one of the bands very first gigs (it was December 1966 [sic]) and there were fewer than 30 people in the audience. (He broke the neck on it right before the next gig at the grande... That same guitar sold for over 0,000G last year and wasn't even playable any more. All the WHO photos are from the Grande-Riviera Theater...4 of the MC5 shots were taken at Masonic Temple when they opened for Hendrix, and 6 MC5 shots are at the Grande..Hendrix shot is at Masonic Temple..guy standing by all the posters is Ron Levine, roadie for MC5...it's not Creedance in the shot mentioned rather, it's Thyme..mystery band is Odds and Ends..not captioned is the Apostles..bass player is Dave Knight from Procol Harum,and the keyboard guy is Matthew Fisher from the same..Steve Winwood and Robin Trower shots are from the Eastown and a Trower shot from the Grande..it's not Traffic with drummer ,rather it's Daltry and Moon at the Riviera..band with a question mark is also the Thyme....that's about it. Clapton's playing the famous Gibson SB "Fool" guitar, with the painted images of a face and psychedelic swirls on it.Noel was probably using Chas 4-string Gibson EB2 bass.
The live room sounds great and suits anything from rock drums to strings.Saturday 21 January 1967 London NW11, The Refectory [pub], 911 Finchley Road, Golders Green, England.JHE Although a small basement club it was part of the bread-&-butter cicuit that many well known R&B/ rock acts of the day played.If you had a listing which was for an active service, you will need to resubmit it - please do so at your leisure. Ministry of Rock 2 Listen to the Area 51 demo song, it is all "in the box", sampled instruments. Here is a direct link to the mp3: I really liked the first MOR, and it sounds like they have improved a lot more for the new release.The drum kit has new features, such as multiple positional sampling, various mic setups, and repetition samples.