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Similar Sounds - The World of Jimi Hendrix

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Cream  Crossroads   buy on itunes
Jeff Beck  Beck's Bolero   buy on itunes
Led Zeppelin  How Many More Times   buy on itunes
Santana  Soul Sacrifice   buy on itunes
Sly & the Family Stone  I Want to Take You Higher   buy on itunes
Love  Seven and Seven Is   buy on itunes
The Allman Brothers Band  Whipping Post   buy on itunes
Deep Purple  Smoke On the Water (Live)   buy on itunes
The Who  Young Man Blues   buy on itunes
The Doors  Roadhouse Blues   buy on itunes
Stephen Stills  Old Times Good Times   buy on itunes
Johnny Winter  Highway 61 Revisited   buy on itunes
Ten Years After  I Woke Up This Morning   buy on itunes
Rory Gallagher  Crest of a Wave   buy on itunes
Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper & Steve Stills  You Don't Love Me   buy on itunes
Buddy Miles Express  Let Your Lovelight Shine   buy on itunes
Blue Cheer  Out of Focus   buy on itunes
Moby Grape  Mr. Blues   buy on itunes
The Chambers Brothers  Time Has Come Today   buy on itunes
Roy Buchanan  Funky Junky   buy on itunes

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Let's face it, [i]nobody[/i] sounded like Jimi, but in the late '60s [i]everybody[/i] wanted to. Whoever called Cream's Eric Clapton "Slowhand" obviously never heard the frantic blizzard of fuzzed-out fury in the band's live version of Robert Johnson's "Crossroads." The Chambers Brothers rip apart the very fabric of time and space with their cowbell-conking acid freak-out "Time Has Come Today," crammed into three-and-a-half minutes for the timid Top 40, but s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-d out to just over 11 for late-night FM. Jimi's buddy (and occasional collaborator) Arthur Lee detonates a reverb-packed powder keg — not to mention an A-bomb climax — in Love's rocket-sled slab of garage punk, "7 and 7 Is." And Jeff Beck wields his six-string like a matador's cape, swooping, slashing, and stabbing his way through "Beck's Bolero," backed by a one-shot supergroup featuring Led Zep's Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, plus Who drummer Keith Moon. From Led Zeppelin to the Allman Brothers, from Santana to the Doors, we've got every speaker-shredding feedback blast, every lightning-fingered riff that Hendrix's classmates carved into the face of rock.
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