From PBS.org, the definitive film about the legendary rock musician, Jimi Hendrix. (01:30:23)
This is the 90-minute director’s cut of the film that premiered November 5, 2013. 2014 Emmy Award Winner
2014 Emmy Award Winner: Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming American Masters • Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train A Comin’ • PBS • A Production of Fuse Films and Thirteen’s American Masters for WNET Eddie Kramer, Music Mixing Steve Crook, Re-Recording Mixer
Neil Finn brought the new band with wife Sharron, Pajama Club, to the Birchmere in Alexandria, VA on June 23. It was the North American premier of the band. It was a very different and thoroughly enjoyable Neil Finn experience. Here is the setlist:
I recorded the entire set on my Flip HD. It was a fun show and you may enjoy watching.
Pajama Club: Click the play button below to play the video.
I went to see the Posies and Brendan Benson at the 9:30 Club on November 17 with my good friend Sean. The Posies opened the show then Ken Stringfellow and Jon Auer (The Posies) came out to join Brendan and his regular drummer for Brendan’s set. I recorded the entire Posies set and Brendan’s right up to his encore, where I can ran out of virtual film on my Flip HD.
Brendan’s encore was great (‘Crosseyed’, ‘Feel Like Taking You Home’, and Alex Chilton’s ‘September Gurls’). You can download the audio of the encore here.
I recorded the Tubes show at Rams Head Live in Annapolis last night on my Flip HD camera. I was there to enjoy the show so for the most part it sits on the table we were at. It ain’t perfect but it was a fun show and you may enjoy watching.
The final encore was great (Talk To You Later with an extended jam on Third Stone From The Sun) but I ran out of ‘virtual tape’ at the 2 hour mark (during She’s A Beauty).
Part 1: Click the play button below to play the video or click here to download in higher quality (785MB .mp4)
Here’s the beautiful video just released for the forthcoming Jimi Hendrix release ‘Valleys of Neptune’. 40 years after his untimely exit from this plane of existence the master delivers his message of peace and love and places as yet unseen. Rock on Jimi! And while you are here, check out the pictures of Jimi’s final domestic show at the Honolulu International Center (8/1/70) on the music page. (please pardon the short Sony ad that precedes the video)