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Rolling Stone. Inafter revolutionizing the world of rock music and changing the rules about how the electric guitar could be played with his group the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Jimi Hendrix was looking for new musical challenges and different perspectives. The group made their debut with four shows at New York's Filmore East on December 31,and January 1,which were recorded for a live album.
One of the shows was also videotaped in black-and-whiteand this documentary Freedom - Hendrix* - Band Of Gypsys (DVD) concert footage from the Filmore performance with interviews in which several of Hendrix's collaborators discuss working with him, and a number of noted rock musicians -- including Lenny Kravitz, former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash, and Living Colour leader Vernon Reid -- share their thoughts on Hendrix's influence and musical legacy. Tracks: 1. Who Knows 2. Machine Gun 3.
Them Changes 4. Power of Soul 5. Stepping Stone 6. Foxey Lady 7. Stop 8. Earth Blues. Concert Documentary Performing Arts Compilation. Jimi Hendrix. Deep Purple. The Beatles. How to Order. International Shipping. Return Policy. Order Items by Catalog. He wrote in the now, which is an art within itself. The grooves are that interesting. What bassists did you listen to growing up to develop that kind of style?
Wes Montgomery had a brother named Monk Montgomery. He was a classic bass player. The job of a bass player is unique within itself but his job is to keep the bottom, hold it together with the drummer, and between the drummer and the bass player they keep it all together, it's not to be a showboat. And he says if he wanted to be a showboat he probably would've been a guitar player like his brother.
We didn't know what to expect really. We had gone in and rehearsed for about a couple weeks, myself, Buddy Miles, drummer and Jimmy but just did some unique stuff that we thought people would enjoy.
When we hit those first notes I looked out as far as I could see, about the first 10 or 12 rows and all I saw where people with Freedom - Hendrix* - Band Of Gypsys (DVD) mouths open and their jaws dropping. I listen to a lot of music, music is my life.
Every now and then and I'll go back and throw on one of those "Band of Gypsys" CDs and man it takes me back. Great memories. I like thinking about those days and times, what was happening and how we put those songs together and playing with my friends Buddy and Jimi. I think more than anything "Machine Gun" was very appropriate for that day and time because all we were going through, a war that I personally didn't think we needed to be going through.
On the Experience Hendrix tour, what's the highlight each night for you? Every one of these artists are Jimi Experience aficionados. Jimi's known primarily for being a genius musician, rightly so, and having a psychedelic personality and world view. What's a misconception people have about Jimi or something most people don't know about what he was really like?
There are rumors about him putting LSD under his headband or in his eyeball and all these absurd rumors, but really, he was a very down-to-earth individual and very wise for his years.
He celebrated the music. To him that's what it was all about, music, and he did it very, Freedom - Hendrix* - Band Of Gypsys (DVD), very, very well. And I'll tell you a story: When he started off, if you listen to the CD or the wax, whatever you might have, I started the first six notes but some little voice told me, "You better lay out because you don't know what's going to happen here.
A lot of times we came up with some that were unique and he said If people heard these they would lock us up. Besides music, what did you and Jimi bond over when you were becoming friends in the Army, stationed at Fort Campbell on the Tennessee-Kentucky border? Just enjoying our youth and playing our guitars and hanging in the record shops and guitar stores.
Listening to the music of that day and learning as much as we possibly could, going out and seeing other groups and absorbing the music, because that's what our life was all about.
I played a Precision in the studio and Jazz live and I still do it today. However there have been some inventions on different types of pickups the part of an electric bass that transfer sound vibrations into electric signals and I utilize those in the studio to cut and do some things. But I do still have a Jazz bass I use for live shows. What did you enjoy about that? That's Freedom - Hendrix* - Band Of Gypsys (DVD) a radically different gig. Well it's Freedom - Hendrix* - Band Of Gypsys (DVD) music not about differences - a B-flat stays a B-flat.
I'm not trying to be funny or anything. In fact, we were inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame together and Freedom - Hendrix* - Band Of Gypsys (DVD) we had a great time, just camaraderie and he made that statement - the notes never change. We had a great time on the road, not only as musicians but as friends. Take me back to when Jimi passed. How did you find out?
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