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"Old friends with a brand new name," the Band of Gypsies performed four now-legendary shows at the Fillmore East in January 1970. This recording features 16 extended tracks, of which thirteen are previously unreleased. Tracks include "Stone Free," "Power of Soul," "Hear My Train A' Comin'," "Izabella," "Machine Gun," "Voodoo Child" and "Wild Thing."
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Media Type: CD
Title: LIVE AT THE FILLMORE EAST
Street Release Date: 02/23/1999
Though it was made largely to help disentangle Hendrix from a thorny contractual dispute, 1970's live "i"Band of Gypsys LP--six tracks pulled from four concerts recorded over New Year's Eve and Day in 1969-70--stands as one of Hendrix's most remarkable guitar statements, and an integral part of his recorded legacy. This two-CD set accounts for a large portion of the remainder of those concerts, and though uneven and ragged in spots, it offers some minor revelations. Highlights include a stunning jam in a revamped "Stone Free," "Auld Lang Syne" as only Hendrix could have played it, a playful "Who Knows" with an improvised New Year's lyric, alternate versions of the guitar showcases "Machine Gun" and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)," and a downright weird "Earth Blues." Drummer Buddy Miles (with bassist Billy Cox, the Band of Gypsys in full) takes the spotlight on the funky--if very out-of-tune--"Stop." Clearly, Hendrix did well to select the cream of these gigs for the far more consistent original Gypsys album. Still, as his legend deepens, thirsty Hendrix devotees will find plenty of refreshment here. --James Rotondi