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k3rmit
Posted: Sep 18, 2017 12:24
 

If you don't understand the blues, then listen to "Red House" until you do.
On_The_Beach
(The Blue Planet)
Posted: Mar 19, 2017 1:34
 

Nice pic, sfyi2001!
Looks like Jimi just sawed off one of the cutaways on a right-handed Strat (copy) to access those high frets.
sfyi2001
(Seattle)
Posted: Mar 19, 2017 1:15
 



                         SEATTLE'S own ~
 
zunismyst
(Stuttgart)
Posted: Feb 16, 2017 9:12
 

 Ms_E_Smith wrote:
C'mon... The Best!!!!
 

 
Yes, definitely. My 10
dmarshalldavis
Posted: Feb 16, 2017 9:11
 

Almost 50 years later, still mind blowing.....
Ms_E_Smith
(Greenville, SC)
Posted: Jan 16, 2017 13:27
 

C'mon... The Best!!!!
 
mojcamojca77
(On the sunny side of the Alps:-))
Posted: Mar 08, 2016 1:32
 

 SchoepTone wrote:
This guy is pretty good on the guitar. Is he new on the scene?

 
Nice joke{#Cheesygrin}
hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Feb 05, 2016 11:03
 

IDEAL BLUES  : )
SchoepTone
(Duke City)
Posted: Feb 05, 2016 11:01
 

This guy is pretty good on the guitar. Is he new on the scene?
kanga311
Posted: Nov 03, 2015 7:31
 

JIMI
{#Heartkiss} 

idiot_wind
Posted: Nov 03, 2015 7:16
 

Ya mean there use to be guitar players that could play mind bending, hypnotic, melodic, harmonic, rhythmic, dissonance, trippy music that could get you "high"?

Nah....that never happened. If it really did, you would see today's bands continuing the tradition, wouldn''t ya?     
jules44
(Sunny North Carolina)
Posted: Sep 01, 2015 15:40
 

The ladies in my pottery studio aren't diggin' this.....
alan278
Posted: Aug 01, 2015 7:12
 

Is this like the "hit single" version?? I don't recall hearing one anywhere near this short - this clocks in at under 4 minutes!  I guess he felt like making this one short and to the point.. it's still great, but let's hear the man jam!.
lkovathana
(Chicago, Illinois)
Posted: May 30, 2015 16:46
 

Thanks.  Love this song.
veloman
Posted: Feb 24, 2015 12:58
 

 Peter_Bradshaw wrote:
{#Heartkiss} ........ luv it a lot so for me 10
 
I'd give it 11
leeboy
Posted: Feb 24, 2015 12:55
 

Excellent! He left us way too early...
ScottN
(An inch above the K/T boundary. But smth near fracking still has appeal.)
Posted: Nov 24, 2014 8:05
 

Great song, indeed.  The best rendition I know of appears on his difficult to find live album Hendrix in the West. .That rendition is incendiary.
old_shep
(Iowa)
Posted: Nov 22, 2014 13:03
 

10 times 10 to the tenth.
Will62
Posted: Aug 20, 2014 18:29
 

 unclehud wrote:

No, it's just a reminder that we are (I am) old.  There are quite a few new artists on my iPhone, but they're outnumbered by Stones, Doors, Zep, Beatles, Humble Pie, Mountain, Greg and Duane, Little Feat, Ella, Coltrane, Miles, Frank, Bing, Mozart, Brahms, ..... and Jimi eff'in Hendrix.

How simple-minded to believe that music by dead people no longer has value.



 
Oh unclehud - were I to have the capacity to write prose in such a manner that simply states fundamental commonsense. You have eloquently consigned 'napkin to his / her place. I was merely tempted to yell "@#$% off". My only criticism is that you had not included Borodin, Saint-Saens, Holst and of course, Beethoven. All power to you.
DanFHiggins
(Mid Maryland)
Posted: Jun 19, 2014 4:06
 

Man that sound gets the haze moving again!
Let there be no doubt that the man was a genius with a guitar. {#Music}
Amyjacksoncc
Posted: Apr 17, 2014 12:43
 

Thank you, wow. I needed to hear this just now. :)
Peter_Bradshaw
(Salisbury)
Posted: Feb 13, 2014 6:40
 

{#Heartkiss} ........ luv it a lot so for me 10
Bosami
(Deep in the heart of nowhere)
Posted: Feb 13, 2014 5:57
 

 martinc wrote:
Saw Jimi at the Bank Street theatre, I think 1969. He said he was having equipment troubles and was going to jam on a new song that had been working to work on the kinks. This was the song he played. It was an old theatre. Subway trains were coming out of his amp. Junk of the ceiling were falling down. That was my first rock and roll concert.

 

That is pretty f' ing awesome.
Businessgypsy
(Deepest, Darkest Florida)
Posted: Feb 13, 2014 5:52
 

 thewiseking wrote:
Jimi and Johnny Winter were the best at this, hands down.
 Johnny's still at it, although walking through it wounded. Playing tonight in Columbus. http://concertful.com/concert/johnny-winter/
skyguy
(CO)
Posted: Jan 12, 2014 8:34
 

 Dosequis wrote:
Hmmmm....three chord blues...OK.

 
You say that like it's a bad thing.
Dosequis
Posted: Jan 12, 2014 8:17
 

Hmmmm....three chord blues...OK.
unclehud
(Charlestown, baby!)
Posted: Dec 11, 2013 14:30
 

 Papernapkin wrote:
If your fav list is made up of mostly dead people, maybe it's time to find new music.

 
No, it's just a reminder that we are (I am) old.  There are quite a few new artists on my iPhone, but they're outnumbered by Stones, Doors, Zep, Beatles, Humble Pie, Mountain, Greg and Duane, Little Feat, Ella, Coltrane, Miles, Frank, Bing, Mozart, Brahms, ..... and Jimi eff'in Hendrix.

How simple-minded to believe that music by dead people no longer has value.


Dosequis
Posted: Dec 11, 2013 14:28
 

This guy is ok. The real Master is Jeff Beck !!
thewiseking
(New York, New York)
Posted: Dec 11, 2013 14:26
 

Jimi and Johnny Winter were the best at this, hands down.
merkin_muffley
(Down the rabbit hole.....)
Posted: Sep 08, 2013 6:57
 

I think this compilation - Blues - is probably the best overall collection of Jimi's music. I listen to it a lot.
hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Aug 02, 2013 14:02
 

thank you psd, for this gift from Heaven!   (squelched off Decemberdreks)
Limpopoking
(The Parish of St. Alfonzo)
Posted: Jun 05, 2013 10:41
 

"I know her sister will"... So dodgy, but hey, boys will be boys {#Dance}
fredriley
(Nottingham, UK)
Posted: Jun 05, 2013 10:36
 

Pure, basic, stripped-down blues rock from a master of the genre. Unbeatable. 9 from the bluesy Nottingham jury.
palatin8
(KÂŽtown, Germany)
Posted: May 04, 2013 15:17
 

Oh yeah! This one following Ben Harper who did really a good cover of Red House. Not a ten like this one, but a solid eight. Listen to Ben Harper and Relentless7 @ Montreal International Jazz Festival 2009.
24noir
Posted: Apr 03, 2013 11:35
 

+
Megavolt
Posted: Jan 30, 2013 16:43
 

 martinc wrote:

And if you can't appreciate great music just because the musician has passed away, I feel sorry for your limited taste.
 
Yes, the mathematics of the situation say that there are more dead musicians than live ones. So, a varied collection should have more dead artists than live ones. If it doesn't, go back and find what artists inspired the ones you like. I heard Henry Rollins give a shout-out to Mississippi Fred McDowell. *mind blown*
unclehud
(now 50 feet above the planet in Boston)
Posted: Jan 30, 2013 16:37
 

"There's a Red House over yonder" ... and the goosebumps rise.
greg4067
(backyard coffee)
Posted: Jul 26, 2012 5:53
 

'Cause if my baby don't love me no more I know her sister will ................. 
subdude
(New Zealand)
Posted: Jun 24, 2012 19:36
 

Aaaaaaaaaaaah!
bachbeet
Posted: May 23, 2012 23:33
 

another terrific song from Jimi.  Bluesy and rock and acid-rock and jazzy.
Sasha2001
(I can see Zabars from my window)
Posted: Apr 22, 2012 6:12
 

Oh, I can hear Jimi.
martinc
(Ottawa Canada)
Posted: Apr 22, 2012 6:05
 

 Papernapkin wrote:
If your fav list is made up of mostly dead people, maybe it's time to find new music.
 
And if you can't appreciate great music just because the musician has passed away, I feel sorry for your limited taste.
kurtster
(Back in Ohiya, for now ...)
Posted: Apr 22, 2012 6:05
 

Jimi ...

Another artist whose albums were different depending on the country of release.  This was on the English version of Are You Experienced but not on the American.  We were robbed back then.  Better albums overseas and better quality vinyl.  The Beatles are another example of this back then, too.
hepruess
Posted: Apr 22, 2012 6:00
 

What a relief to listen to this after Roy Harper. Gather round for Hendrix, Harper fans!
kingart
(Brooklyn NY)
Posted: Mar 21, 2012 13:23
 

One of the few versions of tunes that are markedly better live than studio — and in the case of this one, that's really saying something. 
martinc
(Ottawa Canada)
Posted: Mar 21, 2012 13:23
 

Saw Jimi at the Bank Street theatre, I think 1969. He said he was having equipment troubles and was going to jam on a new song that had been working to work on the kinks. This was the song he played. It was an old theatre. Subway trains were coming out of his amp. Junk of the ceiling were falling down. That was my first rock and roll concert.
meinthecorner
(Past the gravy, far beyond the golden fries)
Posted: Feb 18, 2012 19:33
 

C'mon, Bill! I'm tryin' to get out the door for a bite, and I'm now fairly starving 'cause I can't turn you off!
Jimi sounds so fine here!!
Papernapkin
(Mountain View, CA)
Posted: Feb 18, 2012 19:27
 

 kurnatovsky wrote:
The greatest rock and blues guitarist of all time.
 
No just that time when you were open to new things — which was more than 50 years ago.
Papernapkin
(Mountain View, CA)
Posted: Feb 18, 2012 19:26
 

If your fav list is made up of mostly dead people, maybe it's time to find new music.
kurnatovsky
Posted: Feb 18, 2012 19:26
 

The greatest rock and blues guitarist of all time.