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Otis Redding / The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Historic Performances Recorded At The Monterey International Pop Festival FLAC album


Performer: Otis Redding
Genre: Rock / Soul and Funk music
Title: Historic Performances Recorded At The Monterey International Pop Festival
Released: 1970
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Soul, Classic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1498 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1932 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1398 mb
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Historic Performances Recorded at the Monterey International Pop Festival is a live album recorded at the Monterey Pop Festival in June 1967. A split artist release, it documents performances by the Jimi Hendrix Experience on side one and Otis Redding on side two. Reprise Records released Historic Performances in the . It reached number 16 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and number 15 on the magazine's Top R&B Albums chart.

Jeffrey Drucker's Most Recent Stories. Historic Performances Recorded at the Monterey International Pop Festival. T his album has to be judged as three-year-old music or simply as a most welcome souvenir. If you were there, you’ll probably like it more than if you weren’t. But even if you weren’t, you’ll find some very satisfying music by two of our most gifted artists. I’m not going to go into why you’ll probably like it more if you were there; see the movie. I was there, and I like it a lot. Starting with the best, the side with Hendrix is devastating. In This Article: Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, Otis Redding and the Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Jimi Hendrix Experience.

Recorded At – Monterey Pop Festival. Producer – John Phillips, Lou Adler. Historic Performances Recorded at the Monterey International Pop Festival, June 16, 17, 18 - 1967. Original version released 1970. Festival & album produced by Lou Adler & John Phillips.

The Jimi Hendrix Experience. A1. –The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Like A Rolling Stone. Written-By – Bob Dylan. A2. A3. Can You See Me. Written-By – Jimi Hendrix. A4. Written-By – C. Taylor. Recorded By – Wally Heider.

Live album by Otis Redding/The Jimi Hendrix Experience Released: August 26, 1970 Label: Reprise Producer: Lou Adler, John Phillips Engineers: Wally Heider, Eric Weinberg Photography: Jim Marshall Cover Layout: Ed Thrasher. The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Who and Otis Redding changed rock forever with incendiary performances that fueled nothing short of a revolution. This record presents two of those performances as best as possible, but cannot convey the feeling of shock and disbelief felt by the people who witnessed these three bands. I've always preferred Jimi's artsy studio songs to his barn-burning live performances, but I'm probably in a minority on that opinion.

Monterey Pop (The Criterion Collection). Yes, its 45 years old and sounds outstanding. Only wish they couldve made it a dbl disc. Otis & Jimi were incredible and its great to hear in between great songs and the impromptu of the band. 3 people found this helpful.

All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Home Rock Psyche. This item is not for sale any longer Other records from the album Historic performances recorded at the monterey international pop festival by Otis Redding, The Jimi Hendrix Experience : otis redding, the jimi hendrix experience historic performances recorded at the monterey international pop festival (original) LP26. Small peeling ex price sticker (FS).

Live album by Otis Redding/The Jimi Hendrix Experience Released: August 26, 1970 Label: Reprise MS 2029 Producer: Lou Adler, John Phillips Engineers: Wally Heider, Eric Weinberg Photography: Jim Marshall Cover Layout: Ed Thrasher. Thanks to JS for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Both Sides Of The Sky Sony Legacy 2018. This album of undisputedly historic live performances reminds me of the US presidential debates that involved the two candidates John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon in 1960. They were the first to ever be televised and they dramatically demonstrated the unbelievable influence that visual images had on the public’s perception of an individual.

Otis Redding/The Jimi Hendrix Experience. But while at the time I admired Redding ("the love crowd" pegged that audience perfectly) and was appalled by Hendrix ("a psychedelic Uncle Tom," I called him, and that's one of the dozens of things he was), in retrospect they seem equally audacious and equally wonderful. As evocative a distillation of the hippie moment in all its hope and contradiction as you'll ever hear.