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The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Miami Pop Festival

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An adjunct to the DVD release of Hear My Train A Comin', an installment of the PBS 'American Masters' series, Miami Pop Festival captures the original Jimi Hendrix Experience flush with success and the rightful expectation of more to come. At the time of this May 1968 appearance, the threesome was recording Electric Ladyland (Reprise, 1968) free of the ennui and creative/personal conflict that subsequently fractured the solid bond so evident in their musicianship here. (Or perhaps the nascent creative friction manifest itself positively on stage). Containing the whole of the trio's evening set (and two selections from ...

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience: The Jimi Hendrix Experience: The Jimi Hendrix Experience

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Originally released in 2000 on Sony/Legacy, the Jimi Hendrix Experience box set featured 56 then-previously unreleased concert and studio recordings that spanned the late guitarist's career, covering the years 1966 through 1970. The box set has been hailed as one of the best multi-disc compilations ever released.The 2013 edition of the four-CD set has been expanded to include four additional tracks, including: a live performance of Bob Dylan's “Like A Rolling Stone," recorded at San Francisco's Winterland in October 1968; the unreleased original version of “Peace In Mississippi" (which had previously only been available as b-side of the ...

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Jimi Hendrix Experience: Live at Berkeley

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Jimi Hendrix ExperienceLive at BerkeleySony-Legacy Music2012Released with virtually no fanfare, the compact disc of The Jimi Hendrix Experience Live at Berkley is nonetheless one of the most noteworthy of the seemingly innumerable archive titles that have come out since the rock icon's death. Though the graphics and design are virtually identical to a previously issued package, the sound, though apparently not remastered, is less trebly and more full, all the better to hear the rhythmic inflections of drummer Mitch Mitchell, not to mention the steady but nevertheless mobile bass work ...



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