The Jimi Hendrix Concerts

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The Jimi Hendrix Concerts
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Live album by
ReleasedAugust 1982
Recorded1968–1970
GenreRock
Length77:41
LabelReprise
ProducerAlan Douglas
Jimi Hendrix US album chronology
Nine to the Universe
(1980)
The Jimi Hendrix Concerts
(1982)
Kiss the Sky
(1984)
Jimi Hendrix UK album chronology
Stone Free
(1981)
The Jimi Hendrix Concerts
(1982)
The Singles Album
(1983)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars [1]
The Village VoiceB+[2]

The Jimi Hendrix Concerts is a posthumous live album by Jimi Hendrix released in August 1982. The album contains eleven songs from six different concerts between 1968 and 1970. The album spent eleven weeks in the UK Albums Chart peaking at number 16. In the U.S. it was less successful, reaching number 79 in the Billboard 200.

The 1989 re-release of the album on CD included a previously unreleased 12th track, "Foxey Lady".

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Jimi Hendrix, except where noted.

No.TitleLength
1."Fire"3:43
2."I Don't Live Today"6:50
3."Red House"8:45
4."Stone Free"10:39
5."Are You Experienced?"6:46
6."Little Wing"3:54
7."Voodoo Chile"7:10
8."Bleeding Heart" (Elmore James)7:39
9."Hey Joe" (Billy Roberts)4:50
10."Wild Thing" (Chip Taylor)3:31
11."Hear My Train A Comin'"8:27
12."Foxey Lady" (CD bonus track)4:46

Recording details[edit]

  • Tracks 1 and 10 recorded at the Winterland Arena, San Francisco, California on October 12, 1968 (1st show)
  • Track 6 recorded at the Winterland Arena, San Francisco on October 12, 1968 (2nd show)
  • Track 2 recorded at San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, California on May 24, 1969
  • Track 3 recorded at New York Pop, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, New York on July 17, 1970
  • Tracks 4 and 8 recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London on February 24, 1969
  • Tracks 5 and 7 recorded at the Winterland Arena, San Francisco on October 10, 1968 (1st show)
  • Track 11 recorded at the Winterland Arena, San Francisco on October 10, 1968 (2nd show)
  • Track 9 recorded at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California on May 30, 1970 (2nd show)
  • Track 12 recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles on April 26, 1969

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