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Ibstrat
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What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 09:05 AM CST

I put this up when Mitch Mitchell died- had to put it up again.An absolute masterpiece of rock guitar.How did he do that?



 
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Re:What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 11:35 AM CST

Yep - I've always loved "Cross Town Traffic", too....
tokai
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Re:What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 11:45 AM CST

go Jimi go, have not seen that before what a gem. Thank you. RIP Mitch.

Born to be mild
J.A.Stewart
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Re:What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 12:52 PM CST

Quote by: Ibstrat
....How did he do that?



Jimi... B. Good... PERIOD. Wink


--- Joe

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saymme
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Re:What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 01:34 PM CST

Quote by: Ibstrat
I put this up when Mitch Mitchell died- had to put it up again.An absolute masterpiece of rock guitar.How did he do that?



tx for sharing!!! did u c the 'more info' ? hehee..made me smile:
" Jimi kicking ass and taking names, playing guitar with his teeth. Thank you to all the people that enjoyed the video and have thanked me for it. On a darker note;
CHILDREN. PLAY NICELY. All arguments on the internet are ultimately futile! You will not change anyone's mind, so for the love of Jimi, knock it off. "

MITCH MITCHELL in Sweden 1969 - this was interesting copy it to herethe more info on it :
"The legendary Mitch Mitchell pioneered a style of drumming, which would later become known as fusion. This is a "lead" style of playing distinguished by interplay with lead instruments such as guitar or keyboards, and the melding of jazz and rock drumming styles.Alongside Hendrix's revolutionary guitar work and songwriting, Mitchell's playing helped redefine rock music drumming.
Mitch Mitchell playing style is like one big solo and sounds far more impressive when its not intended to be.
He does everything he needs within the songs.
Mitch Mitchell, the best, the intuitive,the creator of the fusion, the inovator and versatile drummer ever. "
Rest In Peace

JIMI HENDRIX talks of Music & MItch Mitchell - short-

Music Lives Forever
jiguma
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Location: Pambula Beach, Sapphire Coast, NSW Australia
 
Re:What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 02:19 PM CST

Jimi'd have been pretty good if he'd practiced a bit more.

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Feter
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Re:What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 06:22 PM CST

Quote by: jiguma
Jimi'd have been pretty good if he'd practiced a bit more.

Smile



take alook dont panick take a look for free .......... :-)

did he ever practice ? the only time I heard him sayin
practice when he spent the night time did for sgt.peppers to
be preformed much better than the beatles did at their LP !!

well luke my friend what about young anna lee ????

«Blues is easy to play, but not to feel » (Jimi Hendrix)
Skean
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Re:What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 07:28 PM CST

Quote by: jiguma
Jimi'd have been pretty good if he'd practiced a bit more.

Smile





He had it in his blood a guy who heard hove it should sound.. Cheers

I Almost Always Try to Think Positive Thoughts.
 
Ejh
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Re:What the?
Monday, November 24 2008 @ 08:16 PM CST

You keep posting this, Mark, and I'll listen and watch every time...

I think this is the Rainbow Bridge take from Berkeley. This and the version of 'Blue Suede Shoes' always amazed me...

Ed

"We have to remember...when it's surrender that's called for, it's not surrender of your brains. It's surrender of your ego. It's a different thing." --Bruce Cockburn