Jimi Hendrix - Hendrix in the West
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Release date: 31 December 1971
[a]Jon Spencer[/a] may play them with a twist of hardcore irony and postmodern chic but to [B]Hendrix[/B], the blues were the real deal...
Jon Spencer may play them with a twist of hardcore irony and postmodern chic but to Hendrix , the blues were the real deal: a mere matter of course for a black soul brother who picked up a guitar in the '50s and breathed in the life force of Muddy Waters , Robert Johnson and Howlin' Wolf . For Jimi and his peers, there was no room for analysis, soul-searching or...
- Jan 4, 1999
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- Johnny B. Goode
- Lover Man
- Blue Suede Shoes
- Voodoo Chile
- The Queen
- Seargent Pepper's
- Little Wing (South Saturn Delta)
- Red House
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- Feb 11, 1999
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Jimi Hendrix - Hendrix in the West: Wikipedia Album Entry
This album was released post-humously in 1972. It represents Hendrix at the peak of his playing ability. The playing is tight and focused. The 13+ minute cut of Red House alternately whispers and soars. The entire solo is subtly nuanced and shows Hendrix' seamless playing to its greatest advantage.
It is a great shame that this album ever went out of print. It is probably (excepting Electric Lady Land) the best work the Experience ever did. It is at once raucous and subtle and in retrospect, poignant.
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