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Jimi Hendrix - Live At Woodstock (1999)

Jimi Hendrix - Live At Woodstock

DISC 1:
1. Introduction
2. Message to Love
3. Hear My Train a Comin'
4. Spanish Castle Magic
5. Red House
6. Lover Man
7. Foxey Lady
8. Jam Back at the House
Live At Woodstock Songs

DISC 2:
1. Izabella
2. Fire
3. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
4. Star Spangled Banner
5. Purple Haze
6. Woodstock Improvisation
7. Villanova Junction
8. Hey Joe

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Recorded live at the Woodstock Festival, Bethel, New York on August 18, 1969. Includes liner notes by David Fricke.

Jimi Hendrix was the headliner at the 1969 Woodstock Festival. Ironically, he got to go on around dawn on Monday morning, by which time there were only (...only) 60,000 remaining parishoners--the last act. Hendrix's Gypsy Sun & Rainbows emerged from a communal summer of jamming in the upstate arts community, but these other musicians are largely inauidble. So what we have in WOODSTOCK is a high energy test flight of Hendrix's last two touring trios, featuring Experience-drummer Mitch Mitchell and Jimi's old Army buddy, the groove oriented Fender bassist, Billy Cox.

Following hot on the heels of the acclaimed BLUES, this second gem from the Hendrix archives finds Hendrix in transition: from a rock and pop approach, to Sky Church music--Jimi's free form synthesis of blues, modal jazz, funk and ethnic sources. An early arrangement of "Hear My Train A-Comin'," and such old warhorses as "Red House" and "Voodoo Child" are given spirited blues treatments. Following the national anthem, Jimi builds to another emotional catharsis with his breathtaking "Woodstock Improvisation"--which showcases his taste for modern jazz and flamenco--while his poignant instrumental reverie "Villanova Junction" reflects the influence of Wes Montgomery. This one is an essential for fans--WOODSTOCK showcases Jimi Hendrix as a guitarist's guitarist.

Genre:rock
Year:1999
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