There are several "behind the scenes" interviews with Jimi talking about his thoughts and feelings and about his music. This film also shows Jimi Hendrix playing several performances including the Popside at Stockholm, Sweden; Number Nine at Stockholm, Sweden; Olympia at Paris, France; the Hey Joe promotional video; as well as, the Dolly Dagger video created in 1997. One of the performances has Jimi using the white three, pick-up Gibson SG to perform Red House, which is actually very bluesy in this version. He covers Cream's Sunshine of Your Love and the Troggs' Wild Thing. One of the behind the scenes pieces show him playing the acoustic version of Hear My Train a-Comin', which is particularly helpful if you want to learn to play it. I would recommend checking this out. It would make a good supplement to Woodstock, Isle of Wight, Monterey, or Berkeley.
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