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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Baelzebub, Jun 28, 2021.
I like it. Never heard it before.
That's Villanova Junction btw...
PS: OK, so I am a Hendrix freak owning and having listened to several times more than 40Gb of his recordings (official different versions, lives from different sources, studio jams with his band or with other famous musicians. whole recording sessions of his LPs etc.) and more than 150Gb of video of him, but this theme/piece should be known from his Woodstock performance. I don't know who came up with this name, it's just a Villanova Junction jam, long and full of impros, just like Jimi liked it.
it's a bootleg and the "Hendrix Estate" is pretty pissy about that kind of stuff. Afraid they might have to get a real job, I presume.
yeah...poster explained his rationale for calling it Bipolar Blues in the comments but it was probably also to avoid triggering the Estate.
Got it, thanks!
That little thing at 10:08-10:10 is so much Jimi's personality. That whole section is such an epic jam
psst... fyi if anyone wasn't aware... https://ytmp3.cc/youtube-to-mp3/
Thanks I would of never seen it if it weren’t for you. . I’ve heard kids call his guitar “a piece of crap” Silly children.
Sounds like him and Billy Cox just messin around with a 1/4/5.
Dont know where they got bipolar blues from.
Bipolar wasnt a thing at that time.
The beginning sounds like one of the riffs that became “Jungle” on one of the posthumous albums.
thanks for posting...this is great!
Hendrix heads please direct to more of this type of stuff. Preferably on official releases so I can save them easily to Spotify, etc.
Tired of all the original studio and Gypsies stuff. Thx
Read the first comment on the vid on YT. The explanation is there.
And you're right..bipolar wasn't a thing then. It was called manic depression, but that title was already taken....
I have some alternate cuts of stuff I just found on one my hard drives...I have no idea where they came from though.
Thanks for posting this. I really enjoyed it.
this queued up on YT after that last one. Probably not new to a lot of folks but is to me...interesting lineup:
Jimi Hendrix (guitar) Elvin Bishop (guitar) Buddy Miles (drums) Paul Butterfield (vocals, harmonica) Harvey Brooks (bass) Philip Wilson (drums) Herbie Rich (organ)
Sounds right to me (I've got 3 different versions of that performance).
Thanks @Baelzebub Great way to start my morning!
Cheers! And a Happy Hendrix morning to all!
Thanks. That should help @GhostJam47 with his Spotify playlist.