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Old 13th May 2010, 11:54   #271
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Got my hands on Jimi Hendrix's 2010 album (Valley's Of Neptune) that consists of 12 previously unreleased recordings. What a fantastic album! His song writing abilities are almost unmatched IMO. Here are a few 'must-listen' tracks:

- Valley's Of Neptune
- Stone Free
- Fire
- Red House
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- Stone Free
- Fire
- Red House

Aren't all these previously released? I certainly have them on the Best of Hendrix CD
Unless these are some live/demo/alternate versions.
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Track listing for Maiden's new album:

Source: Maiden fans forum.

1. "Beyond The Eyes Can See" Adrian Smith, Harris 4:17
2. "Where No Man Has Gone Before" Smith, Harris 5:52
3. "Higher And Faster" Smith, Harris, Murray 7:34
4. "The Antagonist" Janick Gers, Harris 6:07
5. "Longing For Heaven" Smith, Harris, Dickinson 6:58
6. "Murky Space Race" Dickinson, Harris 7:36
7. "Catastrophe Of A Thousand Light Years" Dave Murray, Harris 8:29
8. "The Final Frontier" Gers, Smith, Harris 14:09


Seems like a grand finale in the end!
Somehow don't like the "Final" in the album name. Ah well, but it surely is just a marketing ploy. But sounds like a nice concept album.

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Got my hands on Jimi Hendrix's 2010 album (Valley's Of Neptune) that consists of 12 previously unreleased recordings. What a fantastic album! His song writing abilities are almost unmatched IMO. Here are a few 'must-listen' tracks:

- Valley's Of Neptune
- Stone Free
- Fire
- Red House
Wanted to get this. Will probably do so this weekend. Can't wait to listen to it
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Old 13th May 2010, 12:48   #274
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- Stone Free
- Fire
- Red House

Aren't all these previously released? I certainly have them on the Best of Hendrix CD
Unless these are some live/demo/alternate versions.
The only tracks I'd heard before were Foxy Lady, All Along The Watch Tower, Purple Haze, Voodoo Child and a few others. So I'm not too sure about that. I'm guessing the album has a few older tracks as well!

EDIT: I found this gem of a track by Buckethead called 'Siege Engine'. It completely blows you away! Sounds a bit thrashy but it's progressive rock at its best! Brilliant intro, fantastic solo and a riff that will haunt you for a few days!

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suhaas - found this - guess it answers my question -

from Wiki - "Numerous different versions have been released, both officially and otherwise, and the majority of the 'previously unreleased' recordings present on the 2010 album have been released in one form or another before..."
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Old 13th May 2010, 20:26   #276
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In the last G3 (Tokyo), the jam session had Satch/Vai/Petrucci playing Foxy Lady. That was really nice.

The culmination was Smoke on the water!

Check it out in You tube.

EDIT: Folks I had put a You tube link. And then realized, whether it was legal. Hence removed it.

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ampere, I have that G3 DVD..pretty good jam in the end.
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ampere, I have that G3 DVD..pretty good jam in the end.
Abhay,
I was searching for it at Forum. Some how did not find it at that time and then did not look for it. Instead saw it in You tube.
Though I have the audio CD of the show. The only G3 DVD which I have is the one held on '96 with Satriani/Vai/Eric Johnson.
Vai is too good with "For the love of God"

The other live shows which I cherish and watch again and again:

Maiden: All of them Death on the Road, Rock in Rio, Live after Death (No Adjectives left for Maiden)
Floyd: The recently re-released Pulse DVD, (Classic)
Gilmour: Remember That Night (Beautiful)
Dream Theater: Live at Budokan (Flawless performance)
Blind Guardian: Imaginations through the Looking Glass (Brilliant)

The audio of Rush in Rio DVD is pretty bad. Geddy is inaudible and his voices looses out in the crowd.

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Abhay,

That answers it alright! And where did you get the G3 DVD from? I want it so bad! Satriani/Vai/Malmsteen are brilliant together. I've got snippets of Petrucci and Johnson as well! Good stuff!

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The other live shows which I cherish and watch again and again:

Maiden: All of them Death on the Road, Rock in Rio, Live after Death (No Adjectives left for Maiden)
Floyd: The recently re-released Pulse DVD, (Classic)
Gilmour: Remember That Night (Beautiful)
Dream Theater: Live at Budokan (Flawless performance)
Blind Guardian: Imaginations through the Looking Glass (Brilliant)

The audio of Rush in Rio DVD is pretty bad. Geddy is inaudible and his voices looses out in the crowd.
If you cherish live shows more than actual studio-recordings, then you should try out the most classic one of them all - No Quarter : Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. It's worth checking out!
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If you cherish live shows more than actual studio-recordings, then you should try out the most classic one of them all - No Quarter : Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. It's worth checking out!
Will definitely try to get it. In fact my collection of Hendrix and LedZep is not that full. (I have all the Led Zep Audios I-to-IV, Grafitti and Song Remains the same, but not live shows).

By the way add another live show to the previous colleciton:

Queensryche: Operation Live Crime.

This has QR playing Mindcrime in full! Tate's voice is superb and so is Chris D Garmo's soaring guitars. (Although he is no more with the band now)

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Floyd: The recently re-released Pulse DVD, (Classic)
Gilmour: Remember That Night (Beautiful)
Re-released? Awesome! Any differences with the original release? And "Remember that Night" is awesome!

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If you cherish live shows more than actual studio-recordings, then you should try out the most classic one of them all - No Quarter : Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. It's worth checking out!
I have been trying to get this DVD - was only able to get a rip off the net but this performance deserves a much better version.
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Re-released? Awesome! Any differences with the original release? And "Remember that Night" is awesome!
This is a DVD release with 5.1 for the difference. Plus there is a section called Botlegging the Bootleggers!

Where they feature lots songs that they played, but which did not feature in the audio release.
On of the examples : "On the turning Away" Did you ever hear that in Pulse? !
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@suhaas the G3 in Tokyo I have has Petrucci on it and not Malmsteen. Its alright I suppose and I do like Petrucci's Glasgow Kiss on it. Vai is brilliant on his "For the love of God" as well. I think I got it in PlanetM.

I have some good "metal" DVDs at home- like ampere I absolutely love the Rock in Rio Maiden DVD - heck all their DVDs are good, Flight 666 included. Just a bit too much of that quick editing in it but the sound+performances are always top notch.
My other all-time favourite concert dvd is Megadeth's That One Night - the crowd is crazy, the set-list is amazing and Dave is in top form. Awesome concert.


Some other DVDs I love -
Testament - Live in London (with the classic line-up)
Opeth - Live Lamentations (complete Damnation album with only a few heavy songs)
Iced Earth - Alive in Athens (fan of Jon Schaeffer's rhythm/riffs)
Judas Priest - Rising in the East (amazing disc as well - no extras but great show)

Got Pink Floyd's Live at Pompeii dvd recently, its basically only for the camera with no live crowd, but pretty good considering I got it for Rs199 only!

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I have some good "metal" DVDs at home- like ampere I absolutely love the Rock in Rio Maiden DVD - heck all their DVDs are good, Flight 666 included. Just a bit too much of that quick editing in it but the sound+performances are always top notch.

Some other DVDs I love -
Testament - Live in London (with the classic line-up)
Opeth - Live Lamentations (complete Damnation album with only a few heavy songs)
Iced Earth - Alive in Athens (fan of Jon Schaeffer's rhythm/riffs)
Judas Priest - Rising in the East (amazing disc as well - no extras but great show)

Got Pink Floyd's Live at Pompeii dvd recently, its basically only for the camera with no live crowd, but pretty good considering I got it for Rs199 only!
First time when I saw RIR I was blown away. Did not realize that the Nicko was nearing 50! What passion with which they played!

I have the Opeth and IE albums, but no DVD. Opeth Damnation is my favourite.
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Anyone going for the Lamb Of God concert tomorrow?
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