Jimi Hendrix: Live at Woodstock

Jimi Hendrix: Live at Woodstock

Nine o'clock on Monday morning, August 18, 1969: while the work force was starting the day, Jimi Hendrix was taking the stage at Woodstock. While hundreds of thousands had already left, 25,000 people remained to see this incredible performance. Hendrix, along with drummer Mitch Mitchell and bassist Billy Cox, offered masterly renditions of the songs of the recently disbanded Experience ("Hey Joe," "Foxey Lady"), and gave a preview of the blues-based Band of Gypsys ("Izabella," "Hear My Train A Comin'"), as well as Jimi's era-defining rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner." Though the weekend had witnessed some landmark performances by other great artists, this performance from Hendrix is regarded by many as the defining moment in a festival ripe with defining moments.

Nine o'clock on Monday morning, August 18, 1969: while the work force was starting the day, Jimi Hendrix was taking the stage at Woodstock. While hundreds of thousands had already left, 25,000 people remained to see this incredible performance. Hendrix, along with drummer Mitch Mitchell and bassist Billy Cox, offered masterly renditions of the songs of the recently disbanded Experience ("Hey Joe," "Foxey Lady"), and gave a preview of the blues-based Band of Gypsys ("Izabella," "Hear My Train A Comin'"), as well as Jimi's era-defining rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner." Though the weekend had witnessed some landmark performances by other great artists, this performance from Hendrix is regarded by many as the defining moment in a festival ripe with defining moments. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Justin B (ca) wrote: Blah sequel to the decent but ultimately forgettable original. Too many characters and little action.

Max A (br) wrote: Powerful, thought provoking, intense, surreal, and disturbing. This film is fantastically bizarre and I really need to give it another viewing.

LaDy y (nl) wrote: Classic 'Step up' story line...

Jim A (ca) wrote: Good British movie,with a good young cast inc mutch from robin hood and billie piper. scary in places.

Private U (ca) wrote: i still can't believe that brando is the warden, pretty hilarious really. what a weird movie.

Carlo M (us) wrote: I went to the cinema with no expectations and I was simply blown away. The movie asks you to suspend reality checks and be hauled into a storm of senses and symbols. Lynch is in a sense the American Fellini.

Ryan V (it) wrote: Buscemi wrote, directed, and starred in this odd, amusing drama about a loser barfly. If you're a Buscemi fan, or a fan of indie cinema, give it a look.

Brynn H (nl) wrote: god that was depressing...

Benjamin S (ag) wrote: Meryl Streep is a terrible actress

Timothy J (kr) wrote: Not one of John Ford's best. But it still has the John Ford epic quality. If you can get beyond the stereotypes. Which honestly were a part of the times that the film was made. It is a good film about life on the frontier during the American Revolution. A sweeping film.

Josiah C (ru) wrote: This movie was just terrible.