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Experience Hendrix: The Best Of Jimi Hendrix

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Purple Haze
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Fire
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The Wind Cries Mary
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Hey Joe
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All Along The Watchtower
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Stone Free
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Crosstown Traffic
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Manic Depression
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Little Wing
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If 6 Was 9
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Foxey Lady
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Bold As Love
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Castles Made Of Sand
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Red House
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Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
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Freedom
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Night Bird Flying
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Angel
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Dolly Dagger
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Star Spangled Banner
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 73:33

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guitar legend

MusicMan1515

I'm a guitarist, Jimi Hendrix was a musical role model for me, I studied his music like I was in college, I can really say I learned to play the guitar with freedom to create from Mr Hendrix

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A genius

scott0220

Hendrix soared in the short time he was around, what a loss

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It's Jimmi

Prf

Some of his best. What more can you say?

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Great Stuff!

Krazeetom

This is classic Hendrix! This has all the songs I remember when I was in high school and it hasn't lost its appeal.

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good music not so good quality recording

lamotskidaleeboomboon

wanted this for a while....but was not happy with the quality of the sound. I know it is retro but a little effort to bring it up to better quality would have helped. I remember seeing him live. Some how this version seems damped down.

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A Worthy Download

King_Timothy

Exactly what I've been waiting for in the classic rock/blues jandra. I started listening to Hendrix when I was about 10-years old or so. I layed on the floor with a speaker on each side of my head, absorbing every glimmer of sound; as I was transported away from the poverty that surrounded me and the hunger that accompanied it. I learned later in life that he had served with the 101st Airborne, while he was in the Army. It is a commonality that I shared with him. Plug it into your MP3 player and let the experience begin.

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An excellent collection...

robtom

An expanded collection of the Hendrix classics with a few excellent later compositions included.

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