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Jimi Hendrix: The Dick Cavett Show (2002)

Video  -  Documentary | Music  -  14 May 2002 (USA)
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The complete collection of Jimi Hendrix's celebrated appearances on The Dick Cavett Show, Jimi's US network television debut. Along with the complete live performances of "Izabella," "Machine Gun" and "Hear My Train A Comin'."

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The complete collection of Jimi Hendrix's celebrated appearances on The Dick Cavett Show, Jimi's US network television debut. Along with the complete live performances of "Izabella," "Machine Gun" and "Hear My Train A Comin'."

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An unbelievable musician...a Legend, a good documentary
6 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This documentary from old Dick Cavett programs shows the man Jimi Hendrix as a rather shy meek person being interviewed. I noticed a bit of a difference in the two episodes of the program shown here when Hendrix is interviewed by Cavett. In the first interview, Hendrix appears a lot more relaxed than in the second program interview. He seemed much more troubled in that second interview. Everyone around him (record execs, manager, etc.) demanded so much from this virtuoso that in the end it drove him over the edge. But as soon as he picked up his guitar you could see he left our world and went into another dimension somewhere else that was beautiful to see and more so to hear. I highly recommend everyone who is a fan of Hendrix to see this one of a kind Hendrix experience on network TV.


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