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Jimi Hendrix (November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970)

Jimi Hendrix (November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970)

27 November 2012 Jimi Hendrix blues music history


Plays: 959 •

 

Jimi Hendrix “Voodoo Chile Blues” (9:18)
(Recorded May 3, 1968 at the Record Plant in New York City)
Mitch Mitchell – drums
Jack Casady – bass
Steve Winwood – organ

27 November 2012 Jimi Hendrix blues music 1968


Plays: 139 •

 

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Electric Church Red House” (7:21)
(Recorded October 29, 1968 at TTG Studios in Los Angeles, California)
Noel Redding - bass
Mitch Mitchell - drums
Buddy Miles - drums
Lee Michaels - organ

26 November 2012 Jimi Hendrix The Jimi Hendrix Experience blues music 1968


Plays: 1969 •

 

Jimi Hendrix “Once I Had a Woman” (8:18)
(Recorded January 23, 1970 at the Record Plant in New York City)
Billy Cox - bass
Buddy Miles - drums
Don (surname unknown) - harmonica

26 November 2012 Jimi Hendrix blues music 1970


Plays: 99 •

 

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)”/”Lover Man” (9:07)
(Recorded May 30, 1970, at the Berkeley Community Theater,  Berkeley, California)

26 November 2012 Jimi Hendrix The Jimi Hendrix Experience blues rock music 1970


Plays: 209 •

 

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Hear My Train A Comin’” (12:11)
(Recorded May 30, 1970, at the Berkeley Community Theater,  Berkeley, California)

24 November 2012 Jimi Hendrix The Jimi Hendrix Experience blues music 1970


Plays: 269 •

 

Jimi Hendrix and Lonnie Youngblood “Georgia Blues” (7:58)
Lonnie Youngblood - Vocals
(Recorded March 19, 1969 at the Record Plant in New York City)
This mix has sax and some vocals removed.

25 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix Lonnie Youngblood blues music 1969


Plays: 8229 •

 

Jimi Hendrix and Lonnie Youngblood “Georgia Blues” (7:57)
Lonnie Youngblood - Vocals, Saxophone
(Recorded March 19, 1969 at the Record Plant in New York City)
This mix includes sax and more vocals.

25 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix Lonnie Youngblood blues music 1969


Plays: 319 •

 

Jimi Hendrix and Johnny Winter “The Things I Used To Do” (6:56)
(Recorded May 7, 1969 at the Record Plant in New York City)

22 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix Johnny Winter blues music 1969


Plays: 219 •

 

Jimi Hendrix “Izabella/Machine Gun Session” (30:40)
The unaltered session containing 6 takes of Izabella with two false starts and 1 take of Machine Gun complete.
(Recorded August 28, 1969 at The Hit Factory in New York City)

20 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix blues jazz soul funk music 1969


Plays: 239 •

 

Jimi Hendrix “Easy Blues” The complete version (10:00)
(Recorded August 28, 1969 at The Hit Factory in New York City)

20 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix blues jazz music 1969


Plays: 219 •

 

Jimi Hendrix “Lord I Sing The Blues For Me And You” short edit (4:17)
(Recorded September 6, 1969 at The Hit Factory in New York City)

20 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix blues music 1969


Plays: 299 •

 

Band of Gypsys “Hear My Train A Comin’” (9:02)
(Recorded December 31, 1969 (1st set) at Fillmore East, New York)

20 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys blues music 1969


Plays: 359 •

 
 Jimi Hendrix, Lightnin’ Rod & Buddy Miles “Doriella Du Fontaine” (8:47)
(Recorded in 1969)

 “Doriella Du Fontaine” brought attention to the remarkable early rap stylings of
The Last Poets member Lightnin’ Rod (Jalal Mansur Nuriddin). This obscure Jimi Hendrix recording
stands as one of his most interesting, albeit short-lived, side projects. Although this 1969 recording date was an impromptu affair, with Jimi Hendrix (who overdubbed bass later), Buddy Miles (who overdubbed organ), and Lightnin’ Rod improvising in the studio, the song is unique and tirelessly funky. Hendrix’ grooving guitar playing is the perfect backdrop for Lightnin’ Rod’s truly imaginative lyrics that tell the outlandish tale of a prostitute.

18 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix Lightnin’ Rod blues soul funk rap music 1969


Plays: 429 •

 

Band of Gypsys “Them Changes” (5:38)
(Recorded January 1, 1970 (4th set) at Fillmore East, New York)

18 September 2012 Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys blues soul funk music 1970