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weltklasse 21-09-2020 09:55 AM

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Originally Posted by Maidstoned Eagle (Post 15410160)
I like Hendrix, but so many times I listen to stuff and think "OK Jimi, let's move on now".

your lobotomy went well then?:)

Maidstoned Eagle 21-09-2020 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by weltklasse (Post 15416778)
your lobotomy went well then?:)

:confused:

Don-Donovani 22-09-2020 02:26 PM

The fragile beauty of Little Wing gets me every time. Essentially Jimi was a bluesman, with electric guitar :afro:

weltklasse 23-09-2020 04:04 PM

https://vimeo.com/236211318

weltklasse 23-09-2020 04:12 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFfnlYbFEiE

I think that must be a young ME screen left at 3.23:angel:

Dave McGregor 29-10-2020 03:25 PM

Saw him twice in the late sixties in tooting. The second time was on the day Brian Epstein ( his manager) died. I saw the first show; the second was cancelled. Support was the crazy world of Arthur brown. Mad!

SE25 exile 29-10-2020 03:29 PM

He bought my wife (before she was) a drink in a pub in West Croydon.

EdMan 29-10-2020 03:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Dave McGregor (Post 15478091)
Saw him twice in the late sixties in tooting. The second time was on the day Brian Epstein ( his manager) died. I saw the first show; the second was cancelled. Support was the crazy world of Arthur brown. Mad!


That was at the bingo place right?

weltklasse 29-10-2020 04:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Dave McGregor (Post 15478091)
Saw him twice in the late sixties in tooting. The second time was on the day Brian Epstein ( his manager) died. I saw the first show; the second was cancelled. Support was the crazy world of Arthur brown. Mad!

Brian wasn't Jimi's Manager that was Mike Jeffery. Brian owned the Saville theatre were Jimi played a few times.

French Eagle 29-10-2020 04:22 PM

Brilliant guitarist influenced so many. Sadly I never saw him. Joe Satriani is now the one to see.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krTf...=mano1971music

Maidstoned Eagle 29-10-2020 05:43 PM

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Originally Posted by weltklasse (Post 15421228)

I think that must be a young ME screen left at 3.23:angel:

You seem to have missed when I said this...

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Originally Posted by Maidstoned Eagle (Post 15410160)
I like Hendrix, but so many times I listen to stuff and think "OK Jimi, let's move on now".


dave_who_ru 29-10-2020 05:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Dave McGregor (Post 15478091)
Saw him twice in the late sixties in tooting. The second time was on the day Brian Epstein ( his manager) died. I saw the first show; the second was cancelled. Support was the crazy world of Arthur brown. Mad!

Looking at another thread on the death earlier this year of Phil May, one of the founders of the Pretty Things, I found a live concert they did of their classic album S.F. Sorrow at Abbey Road.

Arthur Brown was the narrator. The guy is 78 and touring next year.

Regarding Jimi, I recall a guy at school lending me Jimi's Are You Experienced album and the Beatles Sgt Pepper. I played them on my granddad's record player (we lived in the same house) one hot sunny afternoon. Played the Beatles first which was amazing and then Jimi. That was just another dimension and blew everything else away that I had heard up to then. Certainly one of the greatest debut albums ever.

3 years later I had just started work and saw the headline on an evening papers board that he was dead.

SJ'sLoveMonkey 29-10-2020 06:29 PM

Best there ever was, ever is and ever will be

weltklasse 29-10-2020 06:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Maidstoned Eagle (Post 15478248)
You seem to have missed when I said this...

Thanks for proving it WAS you:love:

Sick Bucket 29-10-2020 08:39 PM

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Originally Posted by SJ'sLoveMonkey (Post 15478311)
Best there ever was, ever is and ever will be

I agree. Nobody played the guitar like Hendrix, especially at the time. I think he didn't like his voice much, was a bit reluctant to sing.

Sick Bucket 29-10-2020 08:45 PM

Always loved this


WLYWLYAWYPWF 29-10-2020 09:18 PM

Absolute class


Sick Bucket 30-10-2020 06:16 AM

I dunno I was trying to post the video of him playing hear my train commin' on a 12 string acoustic but somehow it's Johnny B. Goode. Whatever.

weltklasse 30-10-2020 10:52 AM

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Originally Posted by Sick Bucket (Post 15478463)
I agree. Nobody played the guitar like Hendrix, especially at the time. I think he didn't like his voice much, was a bit reluctant to sing.

but actually wasn't that bad at singing/vocals either.

weltklasse 30-10-2020 10:53 AM

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Originally Posted by Sick Bucket (Post 15478469)
Always loved this


This?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P701paKEMXs


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