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Band Of Gypsys

by Jimi Hendrix

Band Of Gypsys by Jimi Hendrix

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Band Of Gypsys

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Label: Capitol Records
Recorded live at the Fillmore East on New Year's Eve 1969, Band of Gypsys is less psychedelic and more blues-based than Hendrix's work with the Experience. Buddy Miles and Billy Cox dole out a soulful low end groove, while Jimi unleashes some of his most powerful guitar pyrotechnics. Those come early and often on the 13-minute epic "Machine Gun," while Miles' "Changes" is the funkiest tune Hendrix ever played.

About This Album

Recorded live at the Fillmore East on New Year's Eve 1969, Band of Gypsys is less psychedelic and more blues-based than Hendrix's work with the Experience. Buddy Miles and Billy Cox dole out a soulful low end groove, while Jimi unleashes some of his most powerful guitar pyrotechnics. Those come early and often on the 13-minute epic "Machine Gun," while Miles' "Changes" is the funkiest tune Hendrix ever played.

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About This Album

Recorded live at the Fillmore East on New Year's Eve 1969, Band of Gypsys is less psychedelic and more blues-based than Hendrix's work with the Experience. Buddy Miles and Billy Cox dole out a soulful low end groove, while Jimi unleashes some of his most powerful guitar pyrotechnics. Those come early and often on the 13-minute epic "Machine Gun," while Miles' "Changes" is the funkiest tune Hendrix ever played.