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Jimi Hendrix

In his brief four-year reign as a superstar, Jimi Hendrix expanded the vocabulary of the electric rock guitar more than anyone before or since. Hendrix was a master at coaxing all manner of unforeseen sonics from his instrument, often with innovative amplification experiments that produced astral-quality feedback and roaring distortion. His frequent hurricane blasts of noise and dazzling showmanship -- he could and would play behind his back and with his teeth and set his guitar on fire -- has sometimes obscured his considerable gifts as a songwriter, singer, and master of a gamut of blues, R&B, and rock styles.

When Hendrix became an international superstar in 1967, it seemed as if he'd dropped out of a Martian spaceship, but in fact he'd served his apprenticeship the long, mundane way in numerous R&B acts on the chitlin circuit. During the early and mid-'60s, he worked with such R&B/soul greats as Little Richard, the Isley Brothers, and King Curtis as a backup guitarist. Occasionally he recorded as a session man (the Isley Brothers' 1964 single "Testify" is the only one of these early tracks that offers even a glimpse of his future genius). But the stars didn't appreciate his show-stealing showmanship, and Hendrix was straitjacketed by sideman roles that didn't allow him to develop as a soloist. The logical step was for Hendrix to go out on his own, which he did in New York in the mid-'60s, playing with various musicians in local clubs, and joining white blues-rock singer John Hammond, Jr.'s band for a while.

It was in a New York club that Hendrix was spotted by Animals bassist Chas Chandler. The first lineup of the Animals was about to split, and Chandler, looking to move into management, convinced Hendrix to move to London and record as a solo act in England. There a group was built around Jimi, also featuring Mitch Mitchell on drums and Noel Redding on bass, that was dubbed the Jimi Hendrix Experience. The trio became stars with astonishing speed in the U.K., where "Hey Joe," "Purple Haze," and "The Wind Cries Mary" all made the Top Ten in the first half of 1967. These tracks were also featured on their debut album, Are You Experienced, a psychedelic meisterwerk that became a huge hit in the U.S. after Hendrix created a sensation at the Monterey Pop Festival in June of 1967.

Are You Experienced was an astonishing debut, particularly from a young R&B veteran who had rarely sung, and apparently never written his own material, before the Experience formed. What caught most people's attention at first was his virtuosic guitar playing, which employed an arsenal of devices, including wah-wah pedals, buzzing feedback solos, crunching distorted riffs, and lightning, liquid runs up and down the scales. But Hendrix was also a first-rate songwriter, melding cosmic imagery with some surprisingly pop-savvy hooks and tender sentiments. He was also an excellent blues interpreter and passionate, engaging singer (although his gruff, throaty vocal pipes were not nearly as great assets as his instrumental skills). Are You Experienced was psychedelia at its most eclectic, synthesizing mod pop, soul, R&B, Dylan, and the electric guitar innovations of British pioneers like Jeff Beck, Pete Townshend, and Eric Clapton.

Amazingly, Hendrix would only record three fully conceived studio albums in his lifetime. Axis: Bold as Love and the double-LP Electric Ladyland were more diffuse and experimental than Are You Experienced On Electric Ladyland in particular, Hendrix pioneered the use of the studio itself as a recording instrument, manipulating electronics and devising overdub techniques (with the help of engineer Eddie Kramer in particular) to plot uncharted sonic territory. Not that these albums were perfect, as impressive as they were; the instrumental breaks could meander, and Hendrix's songwriting was occasionally half-baked, never matching the consistency of Are You Experienced (although he exercised greater creative control over the later albums).

The final two years of Hendrix's life were turbulent ones musically, financially, and personally. He was embroiled in enough complicated management and record company disputes (some dating from ill-advised contracts he'd signed before the Experience formed) to keep the lawyers busy for years. He disbanded the Experience in 1969, forming the Band of Gypsies with drummer Buddy Miles and bassist Billy Cox to pursue funkier directions. He closed Woodstock with a sprawling, shaky set, redeemed by his famous machine-gun interpretation of "The Star Spangled Banner." The rhythm section of Mitchell and Redding were underrated keys to Jimi's best work, and the Band of Gypsies ultimately couldn't measure up to the same standard, although Hendrix did record an erratic live album with them. In early 1970, the Experience re-formed again -- and disbanded again shortly afterward. At the same time, Hendrix felt torn in many directions by various fellow musicians, record-company expectations, and management pressures, all of whom had their own ideas of what Hendrix should be doing. Coming up on two years after Electric Ladyland, a new studio album had yet to appear, although Hendrix was recording constantly during the period.

While outside parties did contribute to bogging down Hendrix's studio work, it also seems likely that Jimi himself was partly responsible for the stalemate, unable to form a permanent lineup of musicians, unable to decide what musical direction to pursue, unable to bring himself to complete another album despite jamming endlessly. A few months into 1970, Mitchell -- Hendrix's most valuable musical collaborator -- came back into the fold, replacing Miles in the drum chair, although Cox stayed in place. It was this trio that toured the world during Hendrix's final months.

It's extremely difficult to separate the facts of Hendrix's life from rumors and speculation. Everyone who knew him well, or claimed to know him well, has different versions of his state of mind in 1970. Critics have variously mused that he was going to go into jazz, that he was going to get deeper into the blues, that he was going to continue doing what he was doing, or that he was too confused to know what he was doing at all. The same confusion holds true for his death: contradictory versions of his final days have been given by his closest acquaintances of the time. He'd been working intermittently on a new album, tentatively titled First Ray of the New Rising Sun, when he died in London on September 18, 1970, from drug-related complications.

Hendrix recorded a massive amount of unreleased studio material during his lifetime. Much of this (as well as entire live concerts) was issued posthumously; several of the live concerts were excellent, but the studio tapes have been the focus of enormous controversy for over 20 years. These initially came out in haphazard drabs and drubs (the first, The Cry of Love, was easily the most outstanding of the lot). In the mid-'70s, producer Alan Douglas took control of these projects, posthumously overdubbing many of Hendrix's tapes with additional parts by studio musicians. In the eyes of many Hendrix fans, this was sacrilege, destroying the integrity of the work of a musician known to exercise meticulous care over the final production of his studio recordings. Even as late as 1995, Douglas was having ex-Knack drummer Bruce Gary record new parts for the typically misbegotten compilation Voodoo Soup. After a lengthy legal dispute, the rights to Hendrix's estate, including all of his recordings, returned to Al Hendrix, the guitarist's father, in July of 1995.

With the help of Jimi's step-sister Janie, Al set up Experience Hendrix to begin to get Jimi's legacy in order. They began by hiring John McDermott and Jimi's original engineer, Eddie Kramer to oversee the remastering process. They were able to find all the original master tapes, which had never been used for previous CD releases, and in April of 1997, Hendrix's first three albums were reissued with drastically improved sound. Accompanying those reissues was a posthumous compilation album (based on Jimi's handwritten track listings) called First Rays of the New Rising Sun, made up of tracks from the Cry of Love, Rainbow Bridge and War Heroes.

Later in 1997, another compilation called South Saturn Delta showed up, collecting more tracks from posthumous LPs like Crash Landing, War Heroes, and Rainbow Bridge (without the terrible '70s overdubs), along with a handful of never-before-heard material that Chas Chandler had withheld from Alan Douglas for all those years.

More archival material followed; Radio One was basically expanded to the two-disc BBC Sessions (released in 1998), and 1999 saw the release of the full show from Woodstock as well as additional concert recordings from the Band of Gypsies shows entitled Live at the Fillmore East. 2000 saw the release of the Jimi Hendrix Experience four-disc box set, which compiled remaining tracks from In the West, Crash Landing and Rainbow Bridge along with more rarities and alternates from the Chandler cache.

The family also launched Dagger Records, essentially an authorized bootleg label to supply hardcore Hendrix fans with material that would be of limited commercial appeal. Dagger released several live concerts (of shows in Oakland, Ottawa, Clark University in Massachusetts, Paris, San Francisco, Woburn in Bedfordshire, and Cologne) and a collection of studio jams and demos called Morning Symphony Ideas.

Mainstream Hendrix reissue activity continued during the 2000s and 2010s, spotlighted by major live albums originally recorded at the Isle of Wight (2002), Berkeley (2003), Monterey (2007), Winterland (2011), and the Miami Pop Festival (2013). In 2010, Sony issued a four-disc set titled West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology, which offered a full disc of recordings from Hendrix's time as a backing guitarist. ~ Richie Unterberger & Sean Westergaard
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Selected Discography


Track List: Machine Gun: Live at The Fillmore East 12/31/1969 (First Show)

1. Power of Soul (Live at the Fillmore East)

2. Lover Man (Live at the Fillmore East)

3. Hear My Train a Comin' (Live at the Fillmore East)

4. Changes (Live at the Fillmore East)

5. Izabella (Live at the Fillmore East)

6. Machine Gun (Live at the Fillmore East)

7. Stop (Live at the Fillmore East)

8. Ezy Ryder (Live at the Fillmore East)

9. Bleeding Heart (Live at the Fillmore East)

10. Earth Blues (Live at the Fillmore East)

11. Burning Desire (Live at the Fillmore East)


Track List: Miami Pop Festival (Live)

1. Introduction (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

2. Hey Joe (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

3. Foxey Lady (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

4. Tax Free (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

5. Fire (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

6. Hear My Train A Comin' (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

7. I Don't Live Today (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

8. Red House (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

9. Purple Haze (Live At Miami Pop Festival)

10. Fire (Live At Miami Pop Festival - Afternoon Show)

11. Foxey Lady (Live At Miami Pop Festival - Afternoon Show)


Track List: The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Deluxe Reissue)

Disc 1

1. Purple Haze (DeLane Lea Studios, London, UK, January 11, 1967)

2. Killing Floor (Live At The Olympia Theater, Paris, France October 18, 1966)

3. Hey Joe (Live At The Olympia Theater, Paris, France October 18, 1966)

4. Foxey Lady (CBS Studios, London, UK, December 13, 1966)

5. Highway Chile (Olympic Studios, London, UK April 3, 1967)

6. Hey Joe (Pye Studios, London, UK, October 1966)

7. Title #3 (Olympic Studios, London, UK, April 3, 1967)

8. 3rd Stone From The Sun (DeLane Lea Studios, London, UK, January 11,1967)

9. Taking Care Of No Business (Olympic Studios, London, UK, May 4,1967)

10. Here He Comes (Lover Man) (Olympic Studios, London, UK, April 4, 1967)

11. Burning Of The Midnight Lamp (Olympic Studios, London, UK, May 9, 1967)

12. If 6 Was 9 (Olympic Studios, London, UK, May 4, 1967)

13. Rock Me Baby (Live At The Monterey International Pop Festival, Los Angeles, CA, June 18, 1967)

14. Like A Rolling Stone (Live At The Monterey International Pop Festival, Los Angeles, CA, June 18, 1967)

15. Burning Of The Midnight Lamp (Live At The Dee Time, Lime Grove Studios, London, August 22, 1967)

16. The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice (Mayfair Studios, New York, July 19, 20, 1967)

Disc 2

1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Live In Stockholm, Sweden, September 5, 1967)

2. Burning Of The Midnight Lamp (Live In Stockholm, Sweden, September 5, 1967)

3. Little Wing (Olympic Studios, London, UK, October 25, 1967)

4. Little Miss Lover (Olympic Studios, London, UK, October 1, 1967)

5. The Wind Cries Mary (Live At The Olympia Theater, Paris, France, October 19, 1967)

6. Catfish Blues (Live At The Olympia Theater, Paris, France, October 19, 1967)

7. Bold As Love (Olympic Studios, London, UK, October 5, 1967)

8. Sweet Angel (Olympic Studios, London, UK, November 13, 1967)

9. Fire (Live At Clark University, Worcester, MA, March 15, 1968)

10. Somewhere (Sound Center, New York, NY, March 1968)

11. (Have You Ever Been To) Electric Ladyland (Record Plant, New York, NY, June 14, 1968)

12. Gypsy Eyes (Record Plant, New York, NY, April, 22, 1968)

13. Room Full Of Mirrors (Record Plant, New York, NY, August 12, 1968)

14. Gloria (TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA, October 29, 1968)

15. Peace In Mississippi (TTG Studios, Hollywood, CA, October 24, 1968)

16. It's Too Bad (Record Plant, New York, NY, February 11, 1969)

17. Star Spangled Banner (Record Plant, New York, NY, March 18, 1969)

Disc 3

1. Stone Free (Record Plant, New York, NY, April, 7, 1969)

2. Like A Rolling Stone (Live At The Winterland, San Francisco, CA, October 10, 1968)

3. Spanish Castle Magic (Olympic Studios, London, UK, February 17, 1969)

4. Hear My Train A Comin' (Olympic Studios, London, UK, February 17, 1969)

5. Room Full Of Mirrors (Record Plant, New York, NY, April 21, 1969)

6. I Don't Live Today (Live At The Los Angeles Forum, CA, April 26, 1969)

7. Little Wing (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, February 24, 1969)

8. Red House (Live At The San Diego Sports Arena, CA, May 25, 1969)

9. Purple Haze (Live At The San Diego Sports Arena, CA, May 25, 1969)

10. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, February 24, 1969)

11. Izabella (Hit Factory New York, NY, August 29, 1969)

Disc 4

1. Message To Love (Record Plant, New York, NY, December 19, 1969)

2. Earth Blues (Record Plant, New York, NY, December 19, 1969)

3. Astro Man (Record Plant, New York, NY, January 21, 1970)

4. Country Blues (Record Plant, New York, NY, January 23, 1970)

5. Freedom (Record Plant, New York, NY, February 16, 1970)

6. Johnny B. Goode (Live At The Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, May 30, 1970)

7. Lover Man (Live At The Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY, July 20, 1970)

8. Blue Suede Shoes (Live At The Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, May 30, 1970)

9. Cherokee Mist (Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY, June 14, 1970)

10. Come Down Hard On Me (Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY, July 15, 1970)

11. Hey Baby / In From The Storm (Live In Maui, Hawaii, July 30, 1970)

12. Ezy Ryder (Record Plant, New York, NY, December 18, 1969)

13. Night Bird Flying (Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY, June 16, 1970)

14. All Along The Watchtower (Live At The Isle Of Wight, England, UK, August 30, 1970)

15. In From The Storm (Live At The Isle Of Wight, England, UK, August 30, 1970)

16. Slow Blues (Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY, August 20, 1970)


Track List: People, Hell And Angels

1. Earth Blues (Alternate Version)

2. Somewhere

3. Hear My Train A Comin'

4. Bleeding Heart

5. Let Me Move You

6. Izabella

7. Easy Blues

8. Crash Landing

9. Inside Out

10. Hey Gypsy Boy

11. Mojo Man

12. Villanova Junction Blues


Track List: Somewhere (Single)

1. Somewhere


Track List: Winterland (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 4

Track List: West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology

1. Fire (Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording)

2. Love Or Confusion (Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording)

3. Room Full Of Mirrors (Previously Unreleased Recording)

4. Shame, Shame, Shame (Previously Unreleased Recording)

5. Mr. Bad Luck (Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording)

6. May This Be Love (Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording)

7. Are You Experienced? (Previously Unreleased Recording)

8. Tears Of Rage (Previously Unreleased Recording)

9. Hear My Freedom (Previously Unreleased Recording)

10. Hound Dog Blues (Previously Unreleased Recording)

11. Lonely Avenue (Previously Unreleased Recording)

12. Burning Desire (Previously Unreleased Recording)

13. In From The Storm (Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording)

14. Bolero (Previously Unreleased Recording)

15. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) (Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording)


Track List: Fire: The Jimi Hendrix Collection

1. Purple Haze

2. Hey Joe

3. Fire

4. All Along The Watchtower

5. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

7. Foxey Lady

8. Valleys Of Neptune

9. Are You Experienced?

10. The Wind Cries Mary

12. Red House

15. Little Wing

16. Sunshine Of Your Love

17. Castles Made Of Sand

18. Angel

20. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)


Track List: Valleys Of Neptune

1. Stone Free (Unreleased Studio Version)

2. Valleys Of Neptune (Unreleased Studio Version)

3. Bleeding Heart (Unreleased Studio Version)

4. Hear My Train A Comin' (Unreleased Studio Version)

5. Mr. Bad Luck (Unreleased Studio Version)

6. Sunshine Of Your Love (Unreleased Studio Version)

7. Lover Man (Unreleased Studio Version)

8. Ships Passing In The Night (Unreleased Studio Version)

9. Fire (Unreleased Studio Version)

10. Red House (Unreleased Studio Version)

11. Lullaby For The Summer (Unreleased Studio Version)

12. Crying Blue Rain (Unreleased Studio Version)


Track List: The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Box Set)

Disc 1
Disc 2

16. Star Spangled Banner (Record Plant, New York, NY, March 18, 1969)

Disc 3
Disc 4

Track List: The L.A. Forum Concert


Track List: Studio Out-Takes Volume 3 (1969-70)


Track List: Blue Wild Angel: Jimi Hendrix Live At The Isle Of Wight

Disc 1

1. God Save The Queen (Live)

2. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Live)

3. Spanish Castle Magic (Live)

4. All Along The Watchtower (Live)

5. Machine Gun (Live)

6. Lover Man (Live)

7. Freedom (Live)

8. Red House (Live)

9. Dolly Dagger (Live)

10. Midnight Lightning (Live)

Disc 2

1. Foxey Lady (Live)

2. Message To Love (Live)

3. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) (Live)

4. Ezy Ryder (Live)

5. Hey Joe (Live)

6. Purple Haze (Live)

7. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Live)

8. In From The Storm (Live)


Track List: Voodoo Child

Disc 1

1. Purple Haze

2. Hey Joe

3. The Wind Cries Mary

4. Fire

6. Are You Experienced?

8. Little Wing

9. All Along The Watchtower

11. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

12. Spanish Castle Magic

13. Stone Free

14. Izabella

15. Stepping Stone

16. Angel

17. Dolly Dagger

Disc 2

1. Fire (Live)

2. Hey Joe (Live)

4. Hear My Train A Comin' (Live)

5. Foxey Lady (Live)

6. Machine Gun (Live)

8. Red House (Live)

9. Freedom (Live)

10. Purple Haze (Live)

11. Star Spangled Banner (Live)

12. Wild Thing (Live)


Track List: Live At Woodstock

Disc 1

1. Introduction (Live At Woodstock)

2. Message To Love (Live At Woodstock)

3. Hear My Train A Comin (Live At Woodstock)

4. Spanish Castle Magic (Live At Woodstock)

5. Red House (Live At Woodstock)

6. Lover Man (Live At Woodstock)

7. Foxey Lady (Live At Woodstock)

8. Jam Back At The House (Live At Woodstock)

Disc 2

1. Izabella (Live At Woodstock)

2. Fire (Live At Woodstock)

3. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Live At Woodstock)

4. Star Spangled Banner (Live At Woodstock)

5. Purple Haze (Live At Woodstock)

6. Woodstock Improvisation (Live At Woodstock)

7. Villanova Junction (Live At Woodstock)

8. Hey Joe (Live At Woodstock)


Track List: Experience Hendrix - The Best Of Jimi Hendrix

1. Purple Haze

2. Fire

3. The Wind Cries Mary

4. Hey Joe

5. All Along The Watchtower

6. Stone Free

9. Little Wing

11. Foxey Lady

14. Red House

15. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

16. Freedom

17. Night Bird Flying

18. Angel

19. Dolly Dagger

20. Star Spangled Banner


Track List: First Rays Of The New Rising Sun

1. Freedom

2. Izabella

3. Night Bird Flying

4. Angel

5. Room Full Of Mirrors

6. Dolly Dagger

7. Ezy Ryder

8. Drifting

9. Beginnings

10. Stepping Stone

11. My Friend

12. Straight Ahead

13. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)

14. Earth Blues

15. Astro Man

16. In From The Storm

17. Belly Button Window


Track List: Blues

1. Hear My Train Comin' (Acoustic)

2. Born Under A Bad Sign

3. Red House

4. Catfish Blues

5. Voodoo Chile Blues

6. Mannish Boy

7. Once I Had A Woman

8. Bleeding Heart

9. Jelly 292

10. Electric Church Red House

11. Hear My Train Comin' (Electric)


Track List: Freedom: Atlanta Pop Festival (Live)

1. Fire (Live)

2. All Along The Watchtower (Live)

3. Lover Man (Live)

4. Freedom (Live)

5. Spanish Castle Magic (Live)

6. Foxey Lady (Live)

7. Red House (Live)

8. Purple Haze (Live)

10. Hey Joe (Live)

11. Hear My Train A-Comin' (Live)

12. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Live)

13. Message To Love (Live)

14. Stone Free (Live)

15. The Star-Spangled Banner (Live)


Track List: Hendrix In The West

2. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Live)

4. Fire (Live)

6. Spanish Castle Magic (Live)

7. Red House (Live)

9. Lover Man (Live)

11. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Live)


Track List: Rainbow Bridge

1. Dolly Dagger

2. Earth Blues

3. Pali Gap

5. Star Spangled Banner (Record Plant, New York, NY, March 18, 1969)

6. Look Over Yonder

8. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)


Track List: The Cry Of Love

1. Freedom

2. Drifting

3. Ezy Ryder

4. Night Bird Flying

5. My Friend

6. Straight Ahead

7. Astro Man

8. Angel

9. In From The Storm

10. Belly Button Window


Track List: Band Of Gypsys (Live)

1. Who Knows (Live)

2. Machine Gun (Live)

3. Changes (Live)

4. Power Of Soul (Live)

5. Message To Love (Live)

6. We Gotta Live Together (Live)


Track List: Smash Hits

1. Purple Haze

2. Fire

3. The Wind Cries Mary

4. Can You See Me

5. Hey Joe

6. All Along The Watchtower

7. Stone Free

8. Crosstown Traffic

9. Manic Depression

10. Remember

11. Red House

12. Foxey Lady


Track List: Axis: Bold As Love

1. EXP

2. Up From The Skies

3. Spanish Castle Magic

4. Wait Until Tomorrow

5. Ain't No Telling

6. Little Wing

7. If 6 Was 9

8. You Got Me Floatin'

9. Castles Made Of Sand

10. She's So Fine

11. One Rainy Wish

12. Little Miss Lover

13. Bold As Love


Track List: Are You Experienced!

1. Purple Haze

3. Hey Joe

4. Love Or Confusion

5. May This Be Love

6. I Don't Live Today

7. The Wind Cries Mary

8. Fire

9. Third Stone From The Sun

10. Foxey Lady

11. Are You Experienced?

12. Stone Free

15. Can You See Me

17. Red House


Track List: Dolly Dagger (Single)

1. Dolly Dagger


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The name is Angel or Kara? Thats who saved me. She doesn't even know.
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Jimi is the "sweet angel" !!
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Jimmy, you are the guitar god.
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Nobody can touch Jimi. One great musician.
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Reminds me of the 70s unique!
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You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life.
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Jimmie, Jim, Jimmie, jimm.jimm ..... the best...
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Simply Amazing, and what a classic rock jam. All Along the Watchtower, by the legendary late great Jimi Hendrix. This is one of my all-time favorite songs ever! & what a classic Timeless masterpiece this song is. It Totally rocks a**, it just kicks a**! Simply awesome, & by this iconic Rock icon Jimi Hendrix. Hendrix rules! Rest in peace Jimi. Rock on!
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Classic Jimi baby! One of the greatest to ever touch a guitar
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Lovin' me some Jimi Tonite��
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Only one way out.
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The King of Seattle- Jimi Hen.
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Totally awesome jam, what an amazing Jam by the legendary great late Jimi Hendrix. Red house this Jam just totally rocks a** people! It's Jimi Hendrix at his finest! It's one of my favorite songs by this classic phenomenal musician, guitarist. & what a great Entertainer. Rest in peace Jimi Hendrix. Rock on!
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You spelt jimi wrong coach littleiohn
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You're the best Jimi Hendrix Hendrix Hendrix Hendrix Hendrix Hendrix Hendrix
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Once I had 'a dream'...of meeting Mr. Hendrix.
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Jimmy - Jimmi- Jim- Jim/Jim - not James- Jam - Jimmy is simply the "BEST"! No ha ha her. Play it Jim.
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Kind guru
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Jimmy -Seattle is best.....
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Yes, Jimmy we are all voodoo children - with the lies we been feed. Jimi - simply the "BEST"! Seattle cool.
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Classic & such a Timeless Masterpiece! This Jam by the legendary late great Jimi Hendrix. Voodoo Child, totally kicks a**! This is classic rock at its finest! & by one of the all-time greatest guitarist ever, Jimi Hendrix. Rest in peace Jimi, your music shall live on in the annals of rock & roll forever! Voodoo Child totally rocks a** people! Its such a totally awesome Jam! And so was Jimi Hendrix. Rock on!
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Took jimi to nam. Came back without him.
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Jimi is Immortal
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I love playing this on Piano
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Red house is my favorite Hendricks song..
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Electric Ladyland was Hendrix' best album in my view. Great music, there was nothing like it.... Really, there still isn't....
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Wonderful original music maker - this song and his playing is like from another place. Love slow blues.
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Thanks Seattle for sharing Jim H . With us ordinary people - Jimmy
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IMHO Hendrix was at the same level as Miles Davis. However, what are folks opinions? Was Hendrix actually better than Miles? I'd love to read some opinions on this subject.
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Jimi you live in so many for different reasons,it's all good,my bother is with you,can you find him??? I know he'd love to jam with you,ask around for davie,david, d a v i d keith whigham born march first 1952
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Jimmy, you IMHO are the best. Others may be legends, but you are above legendary.
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Yo JImmi!!!!!! Still in my heart
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Love Jimmy wish he was still with us. Guess he is in his music.
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We got to get 100,000 likes on Jimmy
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Deep Purple does a good version of Hey Joe on their very 1st album.
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Hendrix is one of my favorite guitar players of all time along with Angus and Malcolm Young,Malcol m down not get the credit that he deserves such an unrated player
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Wow!! I remember cutting class, going to Natural Bridges in Santa Cruz & listening to his music with my friends. Then sadly, I remember the disc jockey one day on the radio saying he passed from an overdose. What?! But I was just listening g to him! a teen you never thought people like Hendrix could ever die. Such a talent & gone way too soon for sure. What he could of accomplished , wow, who knows.
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Best electric guitar ever. No human can play guitar like that!!
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Classic Timeless, its Jimi Hendrix at his finest! This tune rocks serious a** people! Purple Haze, what an awesome classic rock jam! & its one of my all-time favorite songs by this awesome legendary artist. Jimi Hendrix, was totally amazing! Jimi Hendrix rules America, still to this day! Rest in peace Jimi. Totally awesome, a phenomenal musician & Entertainer & songwriter! Rock on!
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Jim Morrison probably died years before anyone cared. Janis will always be missed and loved. But Jimi was a comet flashing through the sky. You knew it would burn out but had no idea when. I was taken to Monterey in '67. I was completely taken aback. Jimi took that audience and put them in another world. I could tell by the hipsters not going into the bush to screw. I think any one man that did what he did could stop the basic urge the way he did was huge. Now I miss him. He set me up to believe
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Just like Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin gone way too soon
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I wondered where Clapton/Winw o o d got their version of Voodoo Child on their Madison Square Garden live album, now I know. So fantasticall y beautiful!
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Have you ever been experienced. . . I have...
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thanks for posting ..... never heard this before .... Winwood on organ?

It s so hard to believe that Jimi's career was so short, given all the incredible work created. What's so sad is thinking about what could have been as you hear elements followed in the early 70s....Word was Jimi was going to play with Miles....(Da v i s , not Buddy)...... literally mind bending
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Hendrix born under a bad sign. so raw great cut.
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The way Hendrix was able to sing through his guitar is mind blowing!
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