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I liked the permed Afro look, though. Kinda fits the 60's psychedelic hippie image.
 

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https://youtu.be/DjxH_a5U7wA
 

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I can't see some of the posted stuff above due to restrictions on a works pc that I'm using but what is the track listings for the forthcoming album?.

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some cool songs by Jimi sheer bloody outstandingly awesomeness(IMHO)
 

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I can't see some of the posted stuff above due to restrictions on a works pc that I'm using but what is the track listings for the forthcoming album?.

E-Z

01. Mannish Boy*
02. Lover Man*
03. Hear My Train A Comin'*
04. Stepping Stone*
05. $20 Fine*+
06. Power Of Soul^
07. Jungle*
08. Things I Used to Do#
09. Georgia Blues++
10. Sweet Angel*
11. Woodstock*+
12. Send My Love To Linda*
13. Cherokee Mist*

* Previously unreleased
^ Previously unavailable extended version
+ Featuring Stephen Stills
# Featuring Johnny Winter
++ Featuring Lonnie Youngblood
 

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Thanks SDM. I have previously heard most of the above song listing on various bootleg albums years ago or different versions of those songs that are listed with the exceptions of $20 Fine, Jungle & Woodstock which I have never heard before. Regarding the song Woodstock I presume it is the Joni Mitchell song that Jimi performs with Stephen Stills on so I presume it is done in a similar way to the CS&N version but a bit heavier on the guitar but with both Jimi & Stephen playing on the same song it sounds like it could well be a musically interesting version of the song?.

E-Z
 
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01. Mannish Boy*
02. Lover Man*
03. Hear My Train A Comin'*
04. Stepping Stone*
05. $20 Fine*+
06. Power Of Soul^
07. Jungle*
08. Things I Used to Do#
09. Georgia Blues++
10. Sweet Angel*
11. Woodstock*+
12. Send My Love To Linda*
13. Cherokee Mist*

* Previously unreleased
^ Previously unavailable extended version
+ Featuring Stephen Stills
# Featuring Johnny Winter
++ Featuring Lonnie Youngblood

Thanks SDM. I have previously heard most of the above song listing on various bootleg albums years ago or different versions of those songs that are listed with the exceptions of $20 Fine, Jungle & Woodstock which I have never heard before. Regarding the song Woodstock I presume it is the Joni Mitchell song that Jimi performs with Stephen Stills on so I presume it is done in a similar way to the CS&N version but a bit heavier on the guitar but with both Jimi & Stephen playing on the same song it sounds like it could well be a musically interesting version of the song?.

E-Z


hahahahahaha I`ll still buy it its Jimi
 

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hahahahahaha I`ll still buy it its Jimi
To right joker i'll buy anything to do with Jimi and have done for slowly getting on 40 years now that includes the official releases while Jimi was alive and the post 1970 posthumous releases during the 1970s & 1980s which includes the Alan Douglas material and the Experience Hendrix material as well. Back in the early 1980s if I went into the 'Record Exchange' record shop in London's Camden Town there was still many official and unofficial vinyl albums to be found in the record bins that also included many of the Curtis Knight vinyl albums of material from 1965-1967 plus also the Lonnie Youngblood vinyl albums of material from around 1964 and also some super rare material from the Mike Ephron 'Woodstock House jams' in 1969 on 3 vinyl albums and some real obscure odds & sods were still to be found. A lot of the Curtis Knight, Lonnie Youngblood and the odds & sods vinyl albums that Jimi (mite have?) played on were 'ok' but usually the album covers were more interesting than some of the music that the album contained because the album covers usually always featured a big picture of Jimi on stage somewhere and had nothing to do with what was recorded on the album.

E-Z
 
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