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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
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Tracklisting: 1. Stone Free / 2. Power of Soul / 3. Hear My Train a Comin' / 4. Izabella / 5. Machine Gun / 6. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) / 7. We Gotta Live Together /

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Jimi Hendrix really expanded his ability of guitar playing through his soul, funk, and blues.
I am a huge Jimi Hendrix fan I collect everything Hendrix and when I bought this CD I just could not get over how brillant Hendrix was on this CD.
Luke H.
The work Jimi, did with Buddy Miles and Billy Cox was more soulful than what Jimi had done with the Experience.

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Rick Bulwicz on January 29, 2005
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The music on these 2 CDs is incredible, especially considering the BOGs didn't have much time to write and/or rehearse new and old material. Being that the music is so great, the CD layout itself is a dissapointment.

The 4 shows at the Fillmore were all recorded in their entirety, and should have been released that way. The chopped-up order and deleted songs are an insult to the band and listeners. Bootleggers have done a better job on this material.

This CD is the left-overs from the shows that were recorded to get out of a contract Jimi signed with Capitol before the Experience. Wanting to legally fulfill his obligation, he recorded his 4 shows at the Fillmore in NYC and picked a few songs to make up the Band of Gypsies album.

With that said, it's still worth buying. The alternate versions of "Machine Gun" alone are worth the price. When Jimi kicked the Fuzz Face and Uni-Vibe on, his guitar took off even farther than before.

I think a special mention should go to Jimi as a person. There he was, a super-star with unparalleled abilites, and he still shared the mike and songwriting with Buddy Miles. Very honorable.

Jimi's playing on all 4 sets was excellent, and the technical difficulties that usually plagued him were kept at bay. Buddy Miles' drum kit was solid, and his presence lended a smooth vibe to Jimi's music. Although I've seen criticism on Billy Cox's bass playing, I feel it was perfect for Jimi. With Jimi's playing style of doing both lead and rhythem work, Billy was an excellent anchor for the music. You can't have everyone flying all over the fretboards and come out with anything that sounds like solid music.

Buy this along with the Band of Gypsies album and you'll have a nice archive of a short-lived but important piece of Hendrix (and musical) history.
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59 of 62 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 10, 2002
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Ok, let me just say that to anyone who hasnt heard this, disregard EVERY review you see that says its uneven, or out of tune, or any other such pretensious notion.
This album along with the original Band Of Gyspies album, are some of the most amazing music you will ever hear. Jimi Hendrix with bandmates Billy Cox on bass and Buddy Miles on Drums, take one of the greatest musical forms: Blues, and mix it with soul, funk, and even a touch of jazz (or jazz influence rather). The finished product is genious. i dont know any other way i can say it, jams on Stone Free, Machine Gun, Izabella, Voodoo Chile, and others just show a young brilliant Hendrix in good company playing the type of music you know he was feeling with all his soul.
This album is enough to make you cry, smile, laugh and drop your jaw. Pure soul, sure its a little uneven in the traditionalist sense, but the raw soul energy coming form this trio is well enough to make up for any minor, insignificant details.
Open your mind and let it in, youll hear it, i promise
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mark VINE VOICE on December 20, 2006
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I put off buying this CD because of the negative reviews I had read. What a load of rubbish.

Band of Gypsys is one of the great live recordings released in the 60's and 70's. I always loved the Gypsys rhythm section as opposed to the Experience and always wanted to hear more from this line-up. On these Fillmore concerts, Buddy Miles is right there on the beat, there's no hesitation, no pussyfooting around, he's commital and right there on the beat, rock steady - folks in the Hendrix circle used to call him "the funky cememt mixer". Anyway, I figured if Band of Gypsies was so stunning, how bad could the out-takes from these concerts be?

I'm really amazed that it took until 1999 to get this material out to the public, especially considering all the marginal material that was peddled off to the fans. This is a great, great find for Hendrix fans. If you enjoyed Band of Gypsys then you definitely want to purchase this. I really have no criticisms at all. I am "tickled" that this is so good. Sure, Machine Gun isn't quite up to the same standard as the landmark version that appeared on Band of Gypsys, but both versions are still good. Stone Free is incredible, the "New Rising Sun" material sounds great live and the band is very tight. The Gypsys are a far tighter sounding band than Experience sound on their live releases. This is not just a jam band folks. Michael Jeffries was a complete idiot for working to destroy this lineup.

Let's face it, Jimi's live releases, apart from Band of Gypsys, are very much hit or miss affairs, track back track, CD by CD. Band of Gypsys is the fantastic exception and Live at The Fillmore isn't that far off the mark. It's grrrrrrrrreat! Buy at once!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Herr Tarquin Biskuitfaß on December 12, 2006
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"Live at the Fillmore East" was one of those long-awaited purchases for me. After having heard "Band of Gypsys" almost 20 years ago on cassette and again on CD, I was excited to hear about the release of more footage from one of my favorite concerts ever.

When I finally did get it, I felt disappointed at first. Edits sounded clumsy, the microphones are way off on some tracks (because of technical problems, I learned later), and the performances are variable or take some getting used to, at least.

Highlights: my favorite is the jam on "Auld Lang Syne", even though the sound quality is bad and takes some getting used to, Jimi and company bring the 1970's to New York in style. "Hear My Train A Comin'" is the most intense version I've heard yet of Hendrix's deeply personal song, and "Izabella" has more life than his version from Woodstock. "Who Knows" takes some getting used to if you've heard the excellent version on the "Band of Gypsys" CD, because it departs quickly into a jam session, with Jimi even apologizing to the crowd. But on its own, no apologies are necessary, and you call tell that the band is tight and having fun. "Stepping Stone" also translates well with vibrant intensity on stage.

Indifferent: Two versions of "Machine Gun" are interesting to hear, and good performances, but nowhere near the version on Band of Gypsys. (Then again, how can you come close to that definitive version?) "Earth Blues", "Stop", "Voodoo Child" and "Changes". The last one ("Changes") starts and sounds almost identically to the "Band of Gypsys" CD version until it reaches a part where Buddy Miles improvises vocals. I prefer the other version with fewer vocals.

Not so good: Sound quality and the remaining tracks.
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