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Jimi Hendrix: People, Hell And Angels. Partitions pour Guitare
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- Le songbook officiel du dernier Jimi Hendrix sorti en 2013 People, Hell And Angels, comprenant des enregistrements rares et inédits datant de la fin des années 60.
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Le songbook officiel du dernier Jimi Hendrix sorti en 2013 People, Hell And Angels, comprenant des enregistrements rares et inédits datant de la fin des années 60. Inclus Bleeding Heart, Crash Landing, Hey Gypsy Boy, Izabella, Mojo Man, Villanova Junction et plus.
Inclus ces titres:
Hear My Train A Comin'
Hey Gypsy Boy
Let Me Move You
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Perhaps the only reason I would buy this tab is for the version of Earth Blues on PHAA, which has the guitar tone and rough feel of the BOG performance released on the Live at the Fillmore East double CD some years back.
Why would I buy this Tab for a version of Earth Blues that I like from another release? Well, because nothing from Live at the Fillmore East has ever been tabbed. Some of that stuff is really rough, but therein lies its beauty, if you love the screaming live sounds that Hendrix was producing in late 1969-1970, and which were painstakingly transcribed in full for the Blue Wild Angel tab book, even though about half of that material is something you would never want to "learn" to play not-for-note.
Isle of Wight was a 2-hour set and Jimi's jet-lag and 3-day non-stop partying and interviewing leading up to the concert are painfully obvious in the CD and DVD releases. Yet it has been tabbed in full. It was not given the "Highlights" or "Selection" treatment that the recent Winterland tab release suffered or the second BBC tab book years before that (the first was the Rykodisc BBC release from none other than ALAN DOUGLAS, who did a lot of bad things but also some admirable ones: the Hendrix Concerts double LP, the Rykodisc BBC, the full Monterey show, and even the not-quite-complete-show Stages box set).
During his Reign of Error, Alan Douglas also spearheaded the transcribing of Jimi's music with such worthy titles as The Jimi Hendrix Concerts tab book, the Radio One [BBC] tab book, the first generation of guitar/bass/drum folios for Jimi's first three studio albums, the Red House tab book and CD, and, for gear-obsessed player fans, the four volumes of the Jimi Hendrix Reference Library, which contain a trove of otherwise unpublished Hendrix tabs. Douglas also oversaw the publication of the full score format transcriptions for Jimi's first three albums and the first BOG album.
There is plenty of quality Hendrix that has been available for years--Live at Winterland (Rykodisc) and the more recent box set from Experience Hendrix (which I did not buy after reading the reviews--I had collected the audio tapes in the 80s and opted instead for a bootleg box set that included everything--amp failures and all), Jimi Plays Monterey, Live at the Fillmore East--that is much more worthy of Andy Aledort's transcribing skills than West Coast Seattle Boy and PHAA.
Why is Experience Hendrix not supporting this laudable material and instead throwing its weight, its collective mouth, and its transcribing efforts behind manifestly inferior and increasingly unpopular material like PHAA and even Valleys of Neptune when so much material remains untabbed?
In this vein, there are still about two hours of unreleased BOG material (available in full since the 80s on tape and then bootleg CD) and numerous live shows that were released in part on the Stages box set and the various shows that made up the Alan Douglas Jimi Hendrix Concerts release back in the 80s.
And where are the two Curtis Mayfield tunes (Gypsy Woman and Mastermind) from Woodstock? Experience Hendrix has always claimed they were too technically flawed for release, but LP and CD soundboard bootlegs demonstraet that the only flaws in these performances was that Jimi played rhythm while Larry Lee sang and soloed. And they're such good tunes and such great demonstrations of Jimi's rhythm playing abd ability to comp other players.
And why has Experience Hendrix never released the other set from Berkeley on audio CD? Supposedly it's an audio supplement on the Jimi Plays Berkeley DVD.
Come to think of it, why hasn't Experience Hendrix had Andy Aledort tab the post-Woodstock performances from the Dick Cavett Show? They could have, and still can, compile a musically sensitive and truthful tab book anthology which would be of great value to musician fans. Working title: Truths We Never Told You.
Experience Hendrix has gone full circle with the re-re-release of the original Cry of Love and Rainbow Bridge albums--even the Curtis Knight stuff! My God! This is worthy of all the valid criticism that Alan Douglas ever received! And I say this as someone who has listened to Jimi's music on legal and bootleg vinyl, videotape, CD and DVD since 1968.
The bottom line is that Experience Hendrix has sunk so low, and misplaced its editorial efforts on material so irrelevant, that the name Alan Douglas is appearing with increasing frequency in recent reviews and the value of the good things he did with Jimi's posthumous material getting the recognition they deserved but rarely got before at the same time that the horrors of what he did have not been forgotten.
Jimi Hendrix is the only person in recorded history who has been known to die three times:
He died for the first time on September 17, 1970.
He died for the second time in the records bins in the mid-70s with the release of Crash Landing, Midnight Lightning, and Nine to the Universe.
He died for the third time in the new millenium with the release of West Coast Seattle Boy, the buggered Winterland box set, Valleys of Neptune, PHAA, and the re-re-release of the material from Cry of Love and Rainbow Bridge that have been compiled in various box sets and First Rays and Valleys of Neptune CD releases long after the original titles were deleted. What's next? The re-re-release of Loose Ends and War Heroes?
I thank God Almighty that I had the wisdom to collect over 100 hours of bootleg Hendrix tape, CD, and vinyl in the 1980s!
Live at last, live at last! Thank God Almighty, Jimi's live at last!