photo: Jimi Hendrix performs for Dutch television show Hoepla in 1967. https://wiki.beeldengeluid.nl/index.php/Gallery:_Hoepla
Remembering Jimi Hendrix on the 49th Anniversary of his passing (18th September 1970) – what’s your favourite track?
Mike Waghorne… Little wing !
Andy Qunta… Voodoo Chile (Slight Return).
Glenn Piper… Voodoo Child (slight return) and Machine Gun
Karen Sweatman… Voodoo Chile, but also love Foxy Lady
John Beeching… Third stone from the sun.
Pete Houghton… Cross town traffic and Voodoo Chile
David Edwards… Gotta be the first he brought out when he came here Hey Joe
Jan Warren… Hard to name just one….. but Little Wing, Bold as Love, Red House, Drifting, and 1983 (a merman I should Turn to be) will do for starters!
David Blundell… Still “Hey Joe” for me but there’s so many classics to choose from …
Alan Esdaile… I would probably go with Little Wing.
Paul Richardson… Red House, and Voodoo Chile (long version)
Phil Little… Voodoo Chile (long version)
Merv Kennard… Voodoo Chile
Nash Sunley… All along the watchtower
Phil Thornton… 1983 (A Merman I should turn to be) and Machinegun !!
Clifford Rose… 3rd stone from the sun
Neil Cartwright… Little Wing, Voodoo Chile/Third Stone
Dave Nattress… Gotta be All along the Watchtower. No so often is a cover better than the original but this is. But…there’s gotta be the original to enable the cover to be re-worked.
Mike Vawdrey… 2 1970 entries – the astonishing live Johnny B. Goode from Berkeley and the beautiful ballad Drifting (Cry Of Love)
Clive Richardson… My favourite is All Along The Watchtower.
Chris Meachen… Burning of the midnight lamp does it for me….
Jennie Tocock… Wind Cries Mary