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Sound Track Recordings from the film-Jimi Hendrix
Reprise/Warner Bros Records Inc. Canada, 1973
Cat# 2RX 6481

Vinyl and Cover are both in Mint Condition (see Picture).


Hey Joe
Red House
Purple Haze
Johnny B. Goode
Like a Rolling Stone
The Star Spangled Banner
Rock Me
Wild Thing
Machine Gun
In From the Storm
Hear My Train A-Comin'
Machine Gun (Band of Gypsies)


Unlike the soundtrack to the movie Janis Joplin which contained studio versions of songs performed in the film but not the actual live takes from the motion picture, this 1973 double lp from Reprise/Warner Brothers has the actual music from the celluloid. The liner notes to Sound Track Recordings From The Film Jimi Hendrix note that the film contains "all the performances included in this album", so there are none of the substitutions that Joplin fans would encounter two years hence. There's a plethora of interviews in the actual film, Eddie Kramer, Lou Reed, Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend and many others, while this soundtrack album interestingly enough contains "some of the same individuals interviewed in the film but (not) necessarily taken directly from the film," making it a definite collectors item.

As for the music, four tracks are from the Monterey festival in June of 1967, "Johnny B. Goode" and "Purple Haze" come from Berkeley California, May 30, 1970, "Machine Gun II" is from the Band Of Gypsys recorded December 31, 1969, with material also from Woodstock and the Isle Of Wight festivals. There's also a "Hear My Train A-Comin' taped in London, 1967 by Jimi using a 12 string guitar. Twenty four photographs inside the lp gatefold and a Nigel Waymouth illustration of the musician sitting on a stool gracing the front cover give the document added value for collectors. When released in 1973 it was difficult to find some of this material, though most if not all of it has surfaced via the fine work of the Experience Hendrix corporation. The interviews do make it extra special, and right now it is the only lp to legitimately have the voices of both Little Richard and Jimi Hendrix though Little Richard is here in interview form. Not to be confused with the British film soundtracks Experience and More Experience, released

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 09 November, 2006.

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