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    Posted 2 months ago

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    On New Years Day, 1970, Jimi Hendrix, for the first time without his group 'Experience', performs a Live show at The Filmore East in New York with a different group, A Band of Gypsies. It would be one of his last big shows. In the early autumn of that same year, Jimi would leave us due to a drug overdose at the age of 27 years old.
    The Show at The Filmore was recorded and released later as a Live disc.
    Jimi stays away from his well known dittys at the show that he performed with The Experience. No 'Purple Haze' or 'Hey Joe' here.....
    1). 'Who Knows'
    2). 'Machine Gun'
    3). 'Changes'
    4). 'Power To Love'
    5). 'Message Of Love'
    6). 'We Gotta Live Together'
    A Mere six songs.....
    FOOTNOTE: The images you see are from a Special hardback edition of Rolling Stone filled with over 200 pages of artists done in parody illustrations that have appeared in their magazine throughout the years, Titled, 'The Illustrated Portraits'. Issued in 2000..Hmm..20 years old allready..It may pop up again in another 20 years here on CW as a collectible..You Never Know....Remember the items we wish we would have kept in the day..if we only knew now what we knew then......??

    Thank You,

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    1. iggy iggy, 2 months ago
      Jimi Hendrix...True Master of the guitar!
    2. Nicefice Nicefice, 2 months ago
      Jimi = Awesome Guitarist
    3. fortapache fortapache, 2 months ago
      I prefer his later material. Rainbow Bridge was his best album according to me.
    4. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Mani, Iggy, Fortapache, Officialfuel, Vetraio, Watchsearcher, Nicefice, Valentino, BB2, Aura And Newfld, Thanks here to you my friends of the Music!!
      Fortapache, Great Album you mentioned!!

    5. Broochman Broochman, 2 months ago
      One of the greatest guitarists of our time!!! Some say he didn't die, but came back as Morgan Freeman. What do you think? :-)
    6. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Ken, LMAO! If so, then he learned!! I am a huge fan of Morgan Freeman! My faves are the films 'Seven' and 'Shawshank Redemption', which Stephen King wrote the screenplay!
      Oh yes..Another example how Music transcends!!

    7. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      EJW-54, PhilDMorris And Broochman, Thanks to the 3 of you here much!!!

    8. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      MALKEY, Anythingobscure, WesternPA-Collector, Dipetersen And Bobby, Thanks to one and all here very much!! A Good Evening To All..Or Day!!

    9. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Daisy, Thanking You Kindly!!

    10. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      Don’t hate me, but Hendrix was never a favorite of mine. ( hiding under rock)
      That being said, my husband loved him, I can still hear Purple Haze blasting from the garage where my Husband would stand out there and”unwind” after work.
      And yes Thomas, when I think of the 100’s ( literally pieces of jewelry I parted with. Ugh.
      Or my 1920 seer sucker dresses I wore, double ugh. Most of all, my 67 VW bug with the rattan shelf...if we only knew, is right!
    11. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      I believe my disparage of Hendrix is that he was so well loved, while Alvin Lee, one of the first shredders by far, never received the recognition he deserved. One, if not THE fastest guitar player of all time, he hasn’t even made it to the Rock & Roll HOF. Watch his performance in the Woodstock Movie, his hands are ( literally) a blur, he is playing so fast. Bon Jovi is inducted, but not Alvin Lee? Huh? Ten Years After have been eligible since 92, who makes these decisions..bah! Saw Ten Years After at the LA Forum, I can still hear their performance of “Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl”. It was instant love for this incredible band! (ok, I’m done)
    12. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 month ago
      Ms.CrystalShip, Do not feel at all bad..I prefer Jimi on recording, studio work..In concert, Jimi would go elsewhere..Skilled and innovative he was..left hand guitar, strung upside down. Believe or don't, he really learned in the Army. He served 2 years in the 101st. Airborne Division.

    13. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 month ago
      Oh..Inducted in 1992 along with The Experience. Neil Young was one of the speakers.


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