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    Default The Jimi Hendrix Experience [Box Set] Remastered

    This 4-CD box set, released in 2000, has only recently been brought to my attention.



    Anybody have or at least listened to this? Song selection? Sound Quality?

    For someone, such as myself, who has no Hendrix, would this be a decent move?

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    I own it and really enjoy it. The SQ is ok but better than most grainy ****ty Hendrix recordings. The variety of songs is diverse and a welcome change from the multitude of re-issues of "Experience Hendrix".

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    Probably the best retrospective of Hendrix and the Experience. I have it and love it. There are quite a few rare live recordings and alternate takes so the quality does vary, but being a bootleg collector for 30 years this is bettern than 95% of the same stuff in circulation and some I've not seen before.

    I do highly recommend it if you are a Hendrix fan, it has a great booklet and the music choices give you a great insight to Hendrix as a composer, musician, jam artist and vagabond. Jimi just loved jamming whenever he could.

    Go for it Norm

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    Cool; thats all I need to hear. About 15 years ago, I bought a really bad sounding Hendrix Greatest Hits CD from CD stall in Beijing...undoubtedly it was a bootleg and while the sound was terrible, it provided enough of a glimpse beyond his well known tunes for me to know that I'd like to dig deeper.

    This set will definately join All Things Must Pass on my Xmas list. Capitol/Apple Corp. has effectively sucked up all of my disposable moneys for music for the time being. Those bastards!
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    B&N has it for $50 ($45 if a member)
    Amazon has it for $54, but according to camel3--it was selling at Amazon for ~$36 in June.

    I too don't own ay JH, I'm placing it on my watch list - the price will likely drop down again.

    George Grand--what was that Hendrix CD you played during my visit?
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    Looks like a nice box set. I'd spring for it, but I have a lot of Jimi's stuff on vinyl and the "Stages" CD box set. I'm sure this is OOP already.

    http://www.amazon.com/Stages-Jimi-He...outThisProduct
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    Electric Ladyland was the album, the long version of VooDoo Chile was the tune. It is a Hendrix album to own. Are You Experienced, Axis:Bold As Love, and Electric Ladyland are mandatory Hendrix albums to own. Those are the three that were released while he was alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    Electric Ladyland was the album, the long version of VooDoo Chile was the tune. It is a Hendrix album to own. Are You Experienced, Axis:Bold As Love, and Electric Ladyland are mandatory Hendrix albums to own. Those are the three that were released while he was alive.
    +1 and then some. I got them on CD and the original vinyl in pristine condition.

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    I have the outtakes (bootleg) of Electric Ladyland and those are just as outstanding as what was finally mixed and released.

    Another must have Hendrix cd is the Blues cd.

    "Appreciation of audio is a completely subjective human experience. Measurements can provide a measure of insight, but are no substitute for human judgment. Why are we looking to reduce a subjective experience to objective criteria anyway? The subtleties of music and audio reproduction are for those who appreciate it. Differentiation by numbers is for those who do not".--Nelson Pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    Another must have Hendrix LP is the Blues on 180g vinyl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkg999 View Post
    Fixed it for you!
    How about this........you rip some vinyl for me to FLAC files and then I can play "vinyl" thru the music server :D
    "Appreciation of audio is a completely subjective human experience. Measurements can provide a measure of insight, but are no substitute for human judgment. Why are we looking to reduce a subjective experience to objective criteria anyway? The subtleties of music and audio reproduction are for those who appreciate it. Differentiation by numbers is for those who do not".--Nelson Pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    How about this........you rip some vinyl for me to FLAC files and then I can play "vinyl" thru the music server :D
    I hope RT1 sees this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolidSqual View Post
    +1 and then some. I got them on CD and the original vinyl in pristine condition.
    Since I'm not a vinyl spinner, can you (or somebody else) let me know a bit about the pressing of these three studio albums on CD? I did a search on Jimi Hendrix here, but there was so much discussion about the varying quality of different re-releases that I left more confused than when I began.

    If you're satisfied with the sound, maybe you could let me know of the record company / release year. I'd like to pick these up in addition to the aforementioned box set over time.
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    Norm, ever since Jimi's death there have been huge issues over his posthumously released material. From Alan Douglas actually bringing in session muscians to 'help' finish many studio tracks, to Reprise releasing everything under the sun incomplete and bastardized, etc. To MCA trying to 'fix' what Alan Douglas and Reprise screwed up.

    Recently Janie Hendrix (Jimi's half sister) and his late father finally secured control of his estate and the music and current releases are on the Experience Hendrix label.

    His musical legacy is a very confusing thing to follow. I have most of the Reprise, MCA and Rykodisc stuff which is all out of print now as well as the Experience Hendrix stuff. It's all slightly different as far as quality and song selection (version and mix). You really can;t go wrong with the recent Experience Hendrix stuff. I'd stay away from the Reprise Label stuff.

    Midnight Lightening
    In the West
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    and others are all bastardized Alan Douglas mixes where Jimi doesn't even play on half the songs. Instead session muscians are brought in to finish the 'sketch' of a song and they passed it off as Jimi Hendrix and the Experience. Dreadful.

    If you stick to some of the MCA stuff like Blues and the Experience Hendrix label you'll get the good stuff.
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    Norm, feel free to PM me or post some titles you're looking at.

    The major 3 released GG mentioned on the Experience Hendrix label are worth getting. It's when you start getting into his other releases that confusion can set in because of all the versions available. There are some outstanding releases besides the (3) original Hendrix releases. Live the the Fillmore w/the Band of Gypsys is outstanding. A different type of vibe, but impressive. They cut that album just to fulfill the final album contract with Capitol. Experience Hendrix released a 2cd set that covers all 3 nights they played at the Fillmore over New Years Eve. The original Capitol release only had 5 or 6 songs and it was hard to tell what night they were actually from. Some even speculated a few songs were patched together from a couple different nights.

    Also the really great thing about the Experience Hendrix releases is they have terrific liner notes and photo's.
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    The Ryko releases are good too.

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    I would also search the Steve Hoffman forums for info and reviews of the various Hendrix albums and masterings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keiko View Post
    Looks like a nice box set. I'd spring for it, but I have a lot of Jimi's stuff on vinyl and the "Stages" CD box set. I'm sure this is OOP already.

    http://www.amazon.com/Stages-Jimi-He...outThisProduct
    Stages is OOP, I bought mine several years ago sans the outer box for $60. It's not too bad. Atlanta 1970 is the best of the bunch. Very few live tracks from these 4 shows are on the box set. It is one I recommend picking up, but only after you have everything else.

    When Experience Hendrix finally took control from MCA I feared they would release the Stages box set and render my collectable worthless. But as of about a year ago they had no plans to re-release this on the Experience Hendrix label.

    Another one for collector's only is the box set Lifelines, mediocre at best. For completists only, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vc69 View Post
    The Ryko releases are good too.

    They are, but the Radio One stuff is available on the 2cd set BBC Sessions on Experience Hendrix.

    Live @ Winterland is great but is a hodge podge of shows, not one complete show. I have several really good bootlegs of all the shows at Winterland. Live at Winterland on Rykodisc is worth picking up, but again only after you have other stuff. Don't pay too much for it. It's OOP and some of the prices are ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    They are, but the Radio One stuff is available on the 2cd set BBC Sessions on Experience Hendrix.

    Live @ Winterland is great but is a hodge podge of shows, not one complete show. I have several really good bootlegs of all the shows at Winterland. Live at Winterland on Rykodisc is worth picking up, but again only after you have other stuff. Don't pay too much for it. It's OOP and some of the prices are ridiculous.

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    I have Live at Winterland.

    I used to have a bunch of bootleg stuff including the sotheby's tape (in flac I think) and various other studio outtakes. Lost with a HD crash. I'm gonna have to hunt that stuff down again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    Electric Ladyland was the album, the long version of VooDoo Chile was the tune. It is a Hendrix album to own.
    I had the European Nekkid Ladies version. The one they couldn't or wouldn't release here. Supposedly better pressing.

    A Columbia employee friend of mine ( back then) named Speedy was a big Hendrix groupie. Well, follower, concerts all over the place.
    Talked about these creazy jam sessions with Mike Bloomfield and Johnny Winter in NY. Said at one point Hendrix adopted Winters' very distinctive style, and Winters did the same vicey-versy, playing a la Jimi.
    That would be some interesting stuff if tapes turned up of it....

    well hell, apparently there are some youtube clips-

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqvBXqfOZiM

    keep in mind the guy who sounds like Winter is Hendrix, and v-v.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    Electric Ladyland was the album, the long version of VooDoo Chile was the tune. It is a Hendrix album to own. Are You Experienced, Axis:Bold As Love, and Electric Ladyland are mandatory Hendrix albums to own. Those are the three that were released while he was alive.
    Right on George! I played the grooves out of my Electric Ladyland, with the blacklight on and the dayglo posters on the wall. Real groooovy!:D Wow man! Sock it to me! It's outta' sight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkg999 View Post
    I would also search the Steve Hoffman forums for info and reviews of the various Hendrix albums and masterings.
    Make sure to eat and visit the restroom before you embark on that journey. Those guys are intense.

    I know I started a thread somewhere on here about good sounding Jimi. IIRC there was a thread mentioned in my thread by an old poster that had some good info in it, his name was Rocket something maybe?

    The Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Jimi Hendrix has a great sounding version of Voodoo Chile. The Experience Hendrix releases of the studio albums sound pretty good as well.

    Brock knows his stuff WRT Hendrix. I'd follow his lead any day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    Norm, feel free to PM me or post some titles you're looking at.

    The major 3 released GG mentioned on the Experience Hendrix label are worth getting. It's when you start getting into his other releases that confusion can set in because of all the versions available. There are some outstanding releases besides the (3) original Hendrix releases. Live the the Fillmore w/the Band of Gypsys is outstanding. A different type of vibe, but impressive. They cut that album just to fulfill the final album contract with Capitol. Experience Hendrix released a 2cd set that covers all 3 nights they played at the Fillmore over New Years Eve. The original Capitol release only had 5 or 6 songs and it was hard to tell what night they were actually from. Some even speculated a few songs were patched together from a couple different nights.

    Also the really great thing about the Experience Hendrix releases is they have terrific liner notes and photo's.
    OK, since I'm starting from ground zero here's a working list of an order I might follow. Please readjust, insert or add any good ones I've missed (or if there are better sounding editions short of super expensive Japanese remasters, let me know)

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    Just got the 4-CD box set in the mail today (won a new shrink-wrapped set on Ebay for 20.35) and am listening to it now. This is awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    Electric Ladyland was the album, the long version of VooDoo Chile was the tune. It is a Hendrix album to own. Are You Experienced, Axis:Bold As Love, and Electric Ladyland are mandatory Hendrix albums to own. Those are the three that were released while he was alive.

    Don't forget all the Nekid Ladies on the cover of Electric Ladyland. Good songs, and good album art to contemplate. I bought that in a head shop/record store in Georgetown DC in 68 or 69. The good ole days when the drinking age was 18 in DC, but 21 in Maryland.

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    Just think what Jimi could sound like on SACD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    Electric Ladyland was the album, the long version of VooDoo Chile was the tune. It is a Hendrix album to own. Are You Experienced, Axis:Bold As Love, and Electric Ladyland are mandatory Hendrix albums to own. Those are the three that were released while he was alive.
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    For a very good compilation set, The Essential Jimi Hendrix Volumes 1 and 2 on LP.
    There was a cd version that combined the two into one. Great overview on Jimi's best stuff.



    Volume 1 track listing:
    Side one
    1. Are You Experienced? (4:07)
    2. Third Stone From The Sun (6:37)
    3. Purple Haze (2:47)
    4. Little Wing (2:24)
    5. If 6 Was 9 (5:32)

    Side two
    1. Bold As Love (4:08)
    2. Little Miss Lover (2:20)
    3. Castles Made of Sand (2:45)
    4. Gypsy Eyes (3:39)
    5. Burning Of The Midnight Lamp (3:35)
    6. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) (5:08)

    Side three
    1. Have You Ever Been (to Electric Ladyland (2:11)
    2. Still Raining, Still Dreaming (4:22)
    3. House Burning Down (4:33)
    4. All Along the Watchtower (4:00)
    5. Room Full of Mirrors (3:16)
    6. Izabella (2:51)

    Side four
    1. Freedom (3:24)
    2. Dolly Dagger (4:43)
    3. Stepping Stone (4:11)
    4. Drifting (3:46)
    5. Ezy Ryder (4:09)

    Volume 2 track listing:

    1. 1. Side One
    "Hey Joe" (Billy Roberts) - 3:25
    "Fire" - 2:41
    "Foxy Lady" - 3:15
    "The Wind Cries Mary" - 3:15
    "I Don't Live Today" - 3:49
    "Crosstown Traffic" - 2:17

    1. 2. Side Two
    "Wild Thing" (Chip Taylor) - 6:44 (live)
    "Machine Gun" - 12:09 (live)
    "The Star Spangled Banner" (Francis Scott Key, John Stafford Smith, arr. Hendrix) - 3:45 (live)
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    ^^^agreed it was good stuff at the time. But it's on Reprise and supervised by Alan Douglas. Alan Douglas releases leave a lot to be desired. I have the 2-cd set and it is OOP and still fetches a decent amount on ebay............but the Experience Hendrix stuff is much better IMO.
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