The Wind’s Cry is Stifled
I bought a single, the wind cries Mary, only to find out I’d been ripped off. The track ends abruptly midsentence.
By rg ohio
I enjoy Jimi’s music when I run and lift weights. It fires up my get up and go.
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By Main man aleks
A great hard rocking guitarist
MIdwest Music Meister
By Mick Juice 74
There are many complilations of this rock master's music. Anything Hendrix is amazing. However, I found this specific compilation to suit my needs/memories the best. GREAT cross-section. "Angel" is a true gem
Jimi Hendrix Best Guitarist Ever
This is a great album to highlight the talents of Jimi Hendrix the Greatest Guitar Player Ever Born. In fact Eric Clapton one of the top 3 guitarists ever concurs that Jimi Hendrix is the best.
My favorite selections are Purple Haze, Hey Joe, Voodoo Child, Fire, & The Wind Cried Mary. Jimi Hendrix was taken too soon from us. This CD is a Rock guitar MUST HAVE.
I went through my library and realize the times don’t match, two albums were joined together somehow, and how completely inaccurate meta data. I have several albums I purchased “Mastered for iTunes” which seems to be the kiss of death, because they don’t even show up as “purchased” when I click on them in the store. Apparently, they assign a different album ID number randomly even though the songs, artwork and meta data DO match, and yet, if I didn’t have iTunes match, which may mangle albums together at least retains some version of the song. Great albums and just bad policies by Apple or Sony or whomever makes these decisions. If you buy an album it should belong to you forever. They cannot use the excuse that it “disappeared” from the iTunes store and no longer is available when it clearly is available under a different ID number, so goodbye album, sorry we cannot help you with that. Now with Apple Music I hear it’s gotten even worse. Come on, iTunes used to be the best man. In my humble opinion it is tantamount to theft.
Only if you're too broke to own them all
Every song here is great, but it's jarring to hear them like this: too many excellent songs from his studio and live albums are missing.
Get it if it's all you want of Hendrix, but know this is an incomplete collage of his hits.
If you're like me, you'll prefer the remastered Box Set produced by Eddie Kramer and approved by the very protective Hendrix estate.
Hendrix changed blues rock permanently, though you'd be hard pressed to hear his influence these days during the Great American Musical Dustbowl that began with disco and is still killing the joys of hearing great musical prodigies' work coming at you at "3/5ths of a mile per second"…or so!
Every moment should be enjoyed
This is the fifteenth year I have been on this confusing universe, I am finally expierenced.
Never will be replaced,
By SKY JUMPERS FOR EVER AIRBORNE!
I got to see Jimi at the Fillmore East NYC , New Years Eve 1969-70. He simply put was and still is the best ever. What a shame, RIP my brother