November 18, 2008 – 4:32 am

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Hendrix For Everyone [ATM, 4CD]

The Complete Four-Hour KPFA Radio Special
Vol 3: The Blues

KPFA Radio in California had in the past broadcast a four-hour radio special on Jimi Hendrix.

With the passing of Mitch Mitchell (November 12, 2008), which marks the end of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, this becomes an important show to remember Hendrix and the group and a learning experience for new listeners. Apart from the band’s music, the show also features lots of interviews with Hendrix. Listeners will also learn how certain songs have influenced Hendrix (for example, Hey Joe) and in turn how his songs have influenced others. The show also features some “experimental” music/jam that Hendrix played with John McLaughlin.

The shows are as follows:
Vol 1: Birth Of The Experience
Vol 2: The Height Of Success
Vol 3: The Blues
Vol 4: Epilogue

These shows will be shared over the next few days.

Being a radio show, it is inevitable that official material will be used and excerpts from many Hendrix tracks are heard. In the spirit of sharing (information), we hope everyone will approach these shows with a generous heart. But if anyone seriously object to any of the tracks, kindly email us at [email protected] and we will remove the track.

These tracks are no longer available for sharing.
Disc 3: The Blues
Source: Bruce Fleming Photo Studio, London 19.12.67 [from the film “Experience” aka. “See My Music Talking”]; San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA 24.05.69; Outtakes 1969; “Tonight Show”, NBC TV Studio, New York City, NY 10.07.69; Woodstock Music & Arts Fair (Woodstock Festival), Yasgur’s Farm, Bethel, NY 18.08.69; Fillmore East, New York City, NY 01.01.70 [1st Show]; Excerpts from Guest appearances on recordings by The Last Poets, Love and Stephen Stills

Track 301. Paying The Bills (Slight Return) (0:06)
Track 302. The Blues (1:32)
Track 303. Hear My Train A Comin’ (3:32)
Track 304. Red House (11:25)
Track 305. The Audience (1:22)
Track 306. Slick Dick (1:21)
Track 307. Guest Experiences (1:18)
Track 308. Growth And Unrest (4:13)
Track 309. Easy Blues (4:23)
Track 310. A Light Sermon (3:58)
Track 311. Lover Man (1:40)
Track 312. Woodstock (1:37)
Track 313. The Star Spangled Banner (3:43)
Track 314. Strange Days (1:43)
Track 315. Machine Gun (12:18)
Track 316. Blue Suede Shoes (3:50)

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  2. These are wonderful, can’t thank you enough.

    By P. on Nov 19, 2008

  3. Amazing document!
    But very sad with Mitch Mitchell’s death :-(

    By Rochacrimson on Nov 19, 2008

  4. This could very well be my fave among the relevant volumes presented.

    By Tom on Nov 29, 2008

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