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<p>Jimi Hendrix: Deluxe Edition (DVD)</p><p>The long-awaited Deluxe Edition of the 1973 theatrical documentary Jimi Hendrix is loaded with extras and completely remastered and remixed to provide exceptional sound and picture quality This is the biography of Jimi Hendrix, the world famous guitarist who died much too young. Featuring the guitar wizard on stage and behind the scenes, classic concert footage is interspersed with interviews with friends and prominent musicians giving first-hand recollections, including Pete Townshend, Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton, Little Richard, Lou Reed, Buddy Miles and more. Includes songs "Hey Joe," "Rock me baby," "Like a rolling stone," "A Star Spangled Banner" from Woodstock `69 and many more, from his beginnings to his Monterey, Woodstock and Isle of Wight performances</p>
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For years, the historical charm and lasting power of The Jimi Hendrix Movie was that it was the only video that had live performances which were unavailable to the public on any other medium. Now that all the performances are available on other remastered Dolby Digital 5.1 DVD releases, is it still worth it to check out The Jimi Hendrix Movie (Deluxe Edition)? Absolutely. The candid and personal documentary From the Ukulele to the Strat is worth the price of admission alone. This hourlong documentary is pieced together from the extra interview footage of friends, family, fellow musicians, roadies, and admirers that was used to fill the gaps between the Hendrix performances in the original film. The honest interviews include guitarist Eric Clapton, drummer Mitch Mitchell, bassist Billy Cox, his pre-star girlfriend Fayne Pridgeon, girlfriend and "discoverer" Linda Keith, the Who's Pete Townshend, Jimi's producer/engineer Eddie Kramer, and percussionist Juma Sultan. In addition, the uninterrupted performance of "Stone Free" on July 4, 1970 in Atlanta, GA is priceless, and after he states "Turn Me Loose, Babe," you can easily see why Jimi was one of the greatest guitarists of all time. --Rob Bracco
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