In Memoriam: Hieronymus Bosch

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"In Memoriam: Hieronymus Bosch" is a live improvisation from a New York TV show called "The Bitter End" on September 16, 1967. The guitar notes played in the tape background from 0:15 to 0:19 match the guitar notes played in Are You Hung Up? from 1:11 to 1:17 (original US vinyl master) or 1:15 to 1:21 (Barrow/Wackerman remix).

Hieronymus Bosch was a famous 15th-16th century medieval Dutch painter, best known for his colorful depictions of Hell.

Many (bootleg) CD's incorrectly misspell "memoriam" as "memorium". Bosch' first name is often misspelled as well.

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