#1
What's the difference? I always thought they were two names for the same song.

They both appear on Electric Ladyland so it can't be two different albums.
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"Voodoo Child" was released posthumously in 1970 as the A side on a three-track single, and reached Number 1 in the UK. It was catalogued as "Voodoo Chile" (Track 2095 001), and that is the title which appears on the single and is the title referred to officially

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voodoo_Child_(Slight_Return)
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#6
voodoo chile is a 15 minute jam session essentially

voodoo child(slight return) is not
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#8
My friend said Voodoo Child is in the key of D and Voodoo Chile in the key of E.
Not sure if he's right.
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My friend said Voodoo Child is in the key of D and Voodoo Chile in the key of E.
Not sure if he's right.

That's nonsense...
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voodoo chile is a 15 minute jam session essentially

voodoo child(slight return) is not

This
#11
voodoo chile is a jam session

voodoo child is the song u all know/also voodoo chile is a song by SRV
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"Voodoo Child" was released posthumously in 1970 as the A side on a three-track single, and reached Number 1 in the UK. It was catalogued as "Voodoo Chile" (Track 2095 001), and that is the title which appears on the single and is the title referred to officially

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voodoo_Child_(Slight_Return))

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#14
completely different songs. voodoo chile is a jam song played with the experience plus members of traffic and other friends of jimi. slight return is just the experience playing a more structured song. then theres also "voodoo chile blues," which is another version of voodoo chile.
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I thought it was obvious enough from my question that I don't own the album.
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voodoo chile is a 15 minutelong jamsession, voodoo child (slight return) is a shortened version which was supposed to be called voodoo chile (slight return) but because of a typo it appeared as voodoo child on the cover
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voodoo chile is a 15 minutelong jamsession, voodoo child (slight return) is a shortened version which was supposed to be called voodoo chile (slight return) but because of a typo it appeared as voodoo child on the cover



This.


And to whoever said it before, it's true that Voodoo Chile is in the key of D and Slight Return is in E.
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ok....silly question, what does (slight return) mean, yeah i know its the title but just curious if it means something



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voodoo chile is a 15 minute jam session essentially

voodoo child(slight return) is not


this
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My friend said Voodoo Child is in the key of D and Voodoo Chile in the key of E.
Not sure if he's right.

I think they're both in Eb.
#25
Voodoo Child (slight return)- on "electric ladyland"- famous wah intro
Voodoo Childe (slight return)- Live version of above on "Experience Hendrix box set"
Voodoo Chile- blues jam on "electric ladyland" and "Experience Hendrix box set"
Voodoo Chile Blues- Studio version of above jam on "Blues"

Voodoo Child- SRV cover of Voodoo Child (Slight return)- on "Couldn't Stand the Weather"
Voodoo Childe- same as above
Voodoo Chile- same as above
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Voodoo Chile- blues jam on "electric ladyland" and "Experience Hendrix box set"
Voodoo Chile Blues- Studio version of above jam on "Blues"


They were actually both studio recordings, except the version on Electric Ladyland has audience noise put in. Voodoo Chile Blues, according to Wikipedia, is just a combination of the first two takes of the song, while the third take is Voodoo Chile.
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They were actually both studio recordings, except the version on Electric Ladyland has audience noise put in. Voodoo Chile Blues, according to Wikipedia, is just a combination of the first two takes of the song, while the third take is Voodoo Chile.



I think ur right about the fake audence, but Voodoo Chile Blues is a studio version, but with improv throughout. I have the Blues album, and its Heavenly. But yeah...since hendrix named them so similarly, other artists just chose whatever they felt like doing. I saw a Hendrix cover band label it Voodoo Chile Blues (slight return). Its a mess haha.
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#28
voodoo chile is an extended live blues jam
voodoo child (slight return) is a shorter faster acid rock song
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voodoo chile is a 15 minute jam session essentially

voodoo child(slight return) is not


Correct.

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