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"Jimi Hendrix, Martin Scorsese's The Blues (Blue Vinyl) - Out of Print 180g"

JIMI HENDRIX - MARTIN SCORCESE PRESENTS THE BLUES FACTORY SEALED 180 Gram Double LP in Blue Vinyl SET. IN THE ORIGINAL FULLY SEALED CLASSIC RECORDS PACKAGING WITH THE LIMITED EDITION BLUE VINYL STICKER ON THE FRONT. NOW TREMENDOUSLY RARE -THIS ITEM IS FACTORY SEALED THE PICTURE IS JUST TO SHOW WHAT THE BLUE VINYL LOOKS LIKE INSIDE THE SEALED TITLE. This is ONE of only a 1,000 copies ever pressed in this Limited Edition 180 Gram Blue Vinyl Analog Masterpiece and Out of Print with the only distributor that had any inventory is now totally depleted of this pressing. This will be one of the last listing ever on this title at this price. Don't Miss Out. "Classic Quiex SV - Super Vinyl" is a new vinyl formulation noticeably superior to all previous vinyl formulas used. The music on records made using Classic Quiex SV is more detailed, has richer harmonics and a more precise soundstage presentation Quiex SV is used exclusively and will have a sticker that identifies them as such.... This Heavy Vinyl LP has been critically acclaimed as the finest and quietest ever produced. It is a new listening experience that will virtually make you feel as if you were in the studio with the band. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and ears. So, sit back, relax, enjoy the music, and remember the sound. As part of the numerous compilations issued in conjunction with the major television documentary series The Blues, this is a collection of blues-oriented Hendrix recordings. There is a previous compilation of Hendrix's blues-oriented work in 1994, simply titled Blues. There is little repetition between Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues and Blues, though, and it works as a decent grouping of some of his bluesiest recordings for those listeners who want to plunge especially deeply into one facet of his repertoire. "Red House" and "Voodoo Chile" are by far the most celebrated tracks here. The fine Earl King cover "Come On (Let the Good Times Roll)" (from Electric Ladyland) is the only other song that came out in Hendrix's lifetime The other selections vary from inspired ("Hear My Train a Comin'," recorded in early 1969 with the original Jimi Hendrix Experience lineup, and a solo "Midnight Lightning") to straight ahead jams, with Hendrix's imaginative virtuosity and affinity for the blues evident. This being a posthumous Hendrix release, it couldn't be complete without a couple of previously unissued tracks to tempt the completists, Those are the 1969 outtakes "Georgia Blues," on which Hendrix is actually more like a backing musician for Lonnie Youngblood (who takes lead vocals), and "Blue Window," a nearly 13-minute outing that gives vent to his jazzier tendencies, the arrangement also featuring organ, three saxophones, and two trumpets. The liner notes about Jimi's blues record collecting habits by mid-'60s girlfriend Faye Pridgon are pretty cool. A must for Hendrix LP lovers.
SKU Number: CLLP 2009
Price: $169.99