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Hendrix often played an electric version in concert. Jones and William Bell performed by Band of Gypsys. On this version Redding plays electric guitar tuned down to resemble a bass. This track is made up of two different takes of the song that were edited and joined together in order to come up with one consistent track. The band starts to jam during the second half of the long song and then a fade out follows.
It is an uptempo jam based on Duke Ellington 's "Dooji Wooji". In a review, Rolling Stone magazine was impressed by how Blues showcased Hendrix's ability to pay homage to his influences but also transcend them,  while NME said the compilation of lengthy blues jams was distinguished by his "definitive" style of electric blues and the digital remastering quality.
Writing for AllMusic , Richie Unterberger said the songs showed "the master guitarist stretching the boundaries of electric blues in both live and studio settings. Though it's reductionist to define Hendrix as a bluesman just because he was black, he melded Chicago blues and country blues and interplanetary blues and bent blues like a supernatural. His sound was even thicker than mentor Albert King 's, yet it could get as fanciful as prime Skip James.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jimi Hendrix. This section relies largely or entirely on a single source. It looks like two refrigerators hooked together. Furthermore, the album was recorded at three different studios, including De Lane Lea Studios, CBS, and Olympic, and although it is likely that Jimi carried his Marshall stack around to all those locations, it is also possible that he played through some of the amps that were owned by the studios.
It was painful on your ears. It is unknown whether he used the exact same amps from the very beginning, or whether he bought new ones along the line, but the important thing is that they were always Marshal Super s. This amp has been examined by experts at Marshall who have confirmed that the design of the amp is consistent with others built by Marshall between and In addition, the nature of the components suggests that this was likely to be one of the first Marshall amps that Hendrix ever owned and could have been one of three Marshall amps purchased by the Jimi Hendrix Experience on 11 October,Jan 01, · Are You Experienced is the debut studio album by English-American rock band the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Released in , the LP was an immediate critical and commercial success, and it is widely regarded as one of the greatest debuts in the history of rock music.5/5(13).