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Can There Be TOO MUCH Hendrix? Part 13

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Good one today, three-disc set from the Newport Pop Music Festival
1969. Very very good
performances, you should really like this one.

Disc one opens with the kind of strange choice of "Stone Free" (not that it's a bad tune by any means, just the only show I can recall in which they led off with it), a very early drum solo, "Are You Experienced?", and back to a reprise of "Stone Free", followed with "Sunshine of Your Love and the always-smokin'"Fire", this set comes out blazing, and doesn't let up, very hot.

The second disc is a later set with a similar set list to the first, the split "Stone Free" again leads off the set, and it does include some less-heard material ("Paper Airplanes", "We Gotta Live Together"), two very fine sets (can you imagine ANY band today performing multiple sets AND turning in performances as energetic as the Experience did many times?


Disc 3 is comprised of two lengthy jams, as you know sometimes that gets a little tired on record, but it WAS part of the show and gives a feeling, I suppose, of what it was like to "be there".....


Good set, check it out....gonna try to keep these short so I can get ahead, and continue to post during my vacation in sunny Florida, still waiting for DaveSez Magazine mega-post, looking forward to that one.

DISC 1-01 Stone Free/02 Drum Solo/03 Are You
Experienced/04 Stone Free/05 Sunshine of Your Love/06 Fire/07 Hear My Train a-Comin'/08 Red House/09 Foxey Lady/10 Like a Rolling Stone/11 Voodoo Child (Slight Return)/12 Purple Haze/13 Outro

DISC 2-01 Stone Free/02 Star Spangled Jam/03 Are You Experienced/04 Stone Free/05 Sunshine of Your Love/06 Fire/07 Hear My Train a-Comin'/08 Purple Haze/09 Paper Airplanes/10 Red House/11 We Gotta Live Together

DISC 3-01 Power of Soul Jam/02 Feel So Good Jam

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