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EvilAngel93
No, check YOUR brain
Join date: Sep 2008
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#2241
I'm a late bloomer for Hendrix, but that said, Voodoo Child is mind-blowing and I'm in that mood. I prefer to keep my Strat tuned a half-step down, so what're some other songs where he uses Eb tuning?
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tortilla
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2011
586 IQ
#2242
hey joe
manic depression
Whenever the Will to Power, in no matter what form, begins to decline, a physiological retrogression, decadence always supervenes.
-Friedrich Nietzsche
arabito
Infidel Guitar Wizard
Join date: Jun 2009
206 IQ
#2243
Hey, has anyone seen a clip of Jimi at a festival or something covering The Lemon Song? I saw it somewhere a long time ago, and I can't seem to find it anywhere. Anyone know what show it was, or have any idea of white I'm talking about?
tortilla
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Join date: Jan 2011
586 IQ
#2244
Quote by arabito
Hey, has anyone seen a clip of Jimi at a festival or something covering The Lemon Song? I saw it somewhere a long time ago, and I can't seem to find it anywhere. Anyone know what show it was, or have any idea of white I'm talking about?

Led Zeppelin stole "The Lemon Song"
they didn't write it
it's an old blues song called Killing Floor
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T27V376AF4&feature=player_detailpage

Jimi like to start alot of his shows
with this song heres him
at the Monterey Pop festival
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eyvueZF7Vs&feature=player_detailpage
Whenever the Will to Power, in no matter what form, begins to decline, a physiological retrogression, decadence always supervenes.
-Friedrich Nietzsche
beer bear
UG's Hermit
Join date: May 2007
116 IQ
#2245
Hey guys.

I just recently got into Hendrix' stuff through a friend of mine and I wondered:
What would be the best albums to start with?

Suggestions much appreciated.
'93
Registered User
Join date: Sep 2009
1,110 IQ
#2246
i suggest you listen to them with how they came out

are you experienced, axis, elecric ladyland
tortilla
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2011
586 IQ
#2247
also get Band Of Gypsys
Whenever the Will to Power, in no matter what form, begins to decline, a physiological retrogression, decadence always supervenes.
-Friedrich Nietzsche
beer bear
UG's Hermit
Join date: May 2007
116 IQ
#2248
Quote by tortilla
also get Band Of Gypsys



Just got through a thorough listening of Hendrix. Got to say that Band of Gypsys was one of the highlights. Only downside is the lack of Mitchell, He's a force to be reckoned with on Are You Experienced?
pointblankpb10
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Join date: Aug 2010
205 IQ
#2249
i'd say get are you experienced first, its basically a greatest hits album all in itself, and then get either axis: bold as love or first rays of the new rising sun, or just get both since they're both amazing. but honestly, you can't go wrong with jimi hendrix, you can get any album you want and it'll be good
zeta009
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2009
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#2250
I pretty much downloaded his entire discography awhile back and I love to just chill and listen to him, especially his live jams. Sometimes I ask myself how I went this long without truly hearing the wonder that is Hendrix.
yukonchuck06
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2008
137 IQ
#2251
Quote by radio_schizo
Whats with all the Noel Redding recently? I think he is a great bassist. - anyone who backs up Hendrix had to be good.

I consider Billy Cox to be the most underrated of the two simply, because he was more melodic, funky and Jimi's old Army jam buddy. They just clicked whereas Noel's bass playing was more scripted, simple, and guided. Noels bass playing skills, and songwriting were gifted but I don't feel Jimi felt he could improvise quite the same way he did with Billy. I site 2 examples, go from Axis: then jump ahead to Band of Gypsy's, they are WORLDS apart. Jimi's excellence was not defined on WHO he played with necessarily but WHEN......
And with Best Reguards.....YukonChuck......Rock On!!!!
digman50
Can't you hear me knockin
Join date: Sep 2008
547 IQ
#2253
Quote by EvilAngel93
I'm a late bloomer for Hendrix, but that said, Voodoo Child is mind-blowing and I'm in that mood. I prefer to keep my Strat tuned a half-step down, so what're some other songs where he uses Eb tuning?


Almost all of them
'And after a while, you can work on points for style.
Like the club tie, and the firm handshake,
A certain look in the eye and an easy smile.'

'You have to be trusted by the people that you lie to,
So that when they turn their backs on you,
You'll get the chance to put the knife in.'
treborillusion
UG Fanatic
Join date: May 2009
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#2254
Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
treborillusion
UG Fanatic
Join date: May 2009
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#2255
Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.