Jimi Plays Berkeley (2012) Blu-ray/M2TS/AVC, ~17 Mbps | 1920x1080, 24 fps | DTS-HD MA 5.1, 48 kHz, 4613kbps; PCM, 48 kHz, 2304 kbps | English | 60 minutes | 22.5 Gb
Genre: Rock, Classic Rock, Electric Blues
Derived from a pair of concerts at the Berkeley Community Theater on May 30, 1970
, Jimi Plays Berkeley the film has always been a curious chapter in the
history of Jimi Hendrix. Shot more as a test than a true documentary, it
was hurriedly whipped together as an official film shortly after the
great singer-songwriter guitarist’s unfortunate death, and actually was
put on an European tour with acts managed by the artist’s former
manager. The final product has protest footage interspersed among the
great performances, and at the time, when everyone was so hungry for
anything Jimi, it became one of the most popular music films of its era.
Now it can be viewed more as a time capsule wrapped around performances
by Hendrix et al, performing a distinctly unique set for the time.
The film features excerpts of performances by Jimi, bassist Billy Cox,
and drummer Mitch Mitchell from the two concerts. They perform hot
versions of such Hendrix favorites as “Purple Haze,” a remarkable
lengthy tour de force takes on “Machine Gun” and “Voodoo Child (Slight
Return),” and the artist’s inimitable take on Chuck Berry’s "Johnny B.
:Jimi In Limousine
Johnny B. Goode
Hear My Train A Comin'
Star Spangeled Banner
Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
I Don't Live Today
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