Experience Hendrix DVD

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edited September 2008 in The Porch
A new DVD of the tribute show(s) to Jimi Hendrix.

Info
http://www.jimi-hendrix.com/index.php

DVD Cover
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51TvFkJjPSL._SS500_.jpg

Mike McCready appears on the DVD :)
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  • 2000: Barcelona.
    2006: Barcelona, Vitoria, Lisboa I, Lisboa II, Madrid, Paris, Verona, Milán.
    2007: Lisboa, Madrid, London, Dusseldorf (on stage!!!).
    2008: ¿?
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,894
    Urujam wrote:

    thank you! :)
  • NYbenbenNYbenben Posts: 1,020
    i went to this show in NYC... it was KILLER... i wish Mike played in NY as well... but the rest of the guitar players were OUTSTANDING!! a very memorable nite.
    4/12/92, 8/11/92, 9/28/96, 9/11/98, 8/23/00, 8/24/00, 7/9/03, 4/30/03, 10/1/04, 10/3/05, 12/9/05, 5/12/06, 5/17/06, 5/28/06, 6/3/06, 12/9/06, EV LA 4/12-4/13/08, 6/12/08, 6,19,08, 6,20,08, 6/24/08, 6/25/08, 7/1/08

    and still jonesing for another show....
    "the waiting drove me mad..."
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,894
    info on thy dvd:

    Experience Hendrix presents unforgettable highlights from two star-studded tribute concerts on behalf of Jimi Hendrix, hailed by critics and fans alike as the greatest guitarist of all time. Filmed in San Diego Street Scene and at the Paramount Theater in Hendrix's hometown of Seattle, these special, never-before-released performances feature legendary blues giants Buddy Guy and Hubert Sumlin coming together with Paul Rodgers, former Rolling Stones lead guitarist Mick Taylor and the newest generation of guitar heroes including Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Robert Randolph, Pearl Jam's Mike McCready, Kid Rock's Kenny Olson, and Vernon Reid to celebrate Jimi's legacy. Joining forces with these great artists are Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox from The Jimi Hendrix Experience, as well as Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon from Double Trouble, the powerful rhythm section who served the late Stevie Ray Vaughan.

    SONGS:

    Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Double Trouble:
    "Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)," "Voodoo Chile" and "I Don't Live Today"

    Indigenous:
    "Hear My Train A Comin?"

    Living Colour:
    "Power Of Soul" and "Crosstown Traffic"

    Eric Gales:
    "Purple Haze"

    Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy D. Lane & Double Trouble:
    "Bleeding Heart" and "Killing Floor"

    Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox & Andy Aledort:
    "Freedom"

    Paul Rodgers, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox, Andy Aledort & Kenny Olson:
    "Stone Free"

    Buddy Guy, Andy Aledort & Double Trouble:
    "Hoochie Coochie Man"

    Buddy Guy, Hubert Sumlin, Andy Aledort & Double Trouble:
    "Five Long Years"

    The Ensemble:
    "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"

    Robert Randolph & Double Trouble:
    "Purple Haze"

    Mick Taylor & Indigenous:
    "Red House"

    Eric Gales, Billy Cox & Buddy Miles:
    "Foxey Lady"


    ---- DVD purchased! :)
  • blondieblue227blondieblue227 Va, USAPosts: 4,488
    awesome!
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  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,894
    got this dvd today. will watch it tonight! :)

    page 7 snapshot of mike. sweet!
  • fanofzsfanofzs NYCPosts: 474
    NYbenben wrote:
    i went to this show in NYC... it was KILLER... i wish Mike played in NY as well... but the rest of the guitar players were OUTSTANDING!! a very memorable nite.

    Sweet! I'm going this year in NYC, Oct. 21st.
  • demetrios wrote:
    info on thy dvd:

    Experience Hendrix presents unforgettable highlights from two star-studded tribute concerts on behalf of Jimi Hendrix, hailed by critics and fans alike as the greatest guitarist of all time. Filmed in San Diego Street Scene and at the Paramount Theater in Hendrix's hometown of Seattle, these special, never-before-released performances feature legendary blues giants Buddy Guy and Hubert Sumlin coming together with Paul Rodgers, former Rolling Stones lead guitarist Mick Taylor and the newest generation of guitar heroes including Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Robert Randolph, Pearl Jam's Mike McCready, Kid Rock's Kenny Olson, and Vernon Reid to celebrate Jimi's legacy. Joining forces with these great artists are Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox from The Jimi Hendrix Experience, as well as Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon from Double Trouble, the powerful rhythm section who served the late Stevie Ray Vaughan.

    SONGS:

    Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Double Trouble:
    "Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)," "Voodoo Chile" and "I Don't Live Today"

    Indigenous:
    "Hear My Train A Comin?"

    Living Colour:
    "Power Of Soul" and "Crosstown Traffic"

    Eric Gales:
    "Purple Haze"

    Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy D. Lane & Double Trouble:
    "Bleeding Heart" and "Killing Floor"

    Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox & Andy Aledort:
    "Freedom"

    Paul Rodgers, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox, Andy Aledort & Kenny Olson:
    "Stone Free"

    Buddy Guy, Andy Aledort & Double Trouble:
    "Hoochie Coochie Man"

    Buddy Guy, Hubert Sumlin, Andy Aledort & Double Trouble:
    "Five Long Years"

    The Ensemble:
    "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"

    Robert Randolph & Double Trouble:
    "Purple Haze"

    Mick Taylor & Indigenous:
    "Red House"

    Eric Gales, Billy Cox & Buddy Miles:
    "Foxey Lady"


    ---- DVD purchased! :)

    I don't see McCready's name in that list of songs. What does he play on?
    2005: Borgata 2, Philly
    2006: Camden 1&2, East Ruth 1&2
    2008: BONNAROO, MSG1, MSG2, Hartford
    2009: Philly 1, 2, 4
    2010: Hartford, MSG1, MSG2
    2012: Made in America
    2013: BK1, BK2, Hartford
    2015: Global Citizens
    2016: MSG 2 (ISO MSG1)
    EV Solo: NJPAC 2008; Tower Theatre, PA 2009; Hartford 2011
  • I don't see McCready's name in that list of songs. What does he play on?

    ....

    Urujam wrote:
    2000: Barcelona.
    2006: Barcelona, Vitoria, Lisboa I, Lisboa II, Madrid, Paris, Verona, Milán.
    2007: Lisboa, Madrid, London, Dusseldorf (on stage!!!).
    2008: ¿?
  • its too bad that John Mayer couldn't be on there for laying down some Hendrix...he does an excellent rendition of Wait Until Tomorrow and Bold As Love



    This definitely looks awesome I didn't know this was in the works...awesome!
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