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Overall Reviews:. Recent Reviews:. Review Type. Date Range. To view reviews within a date range, please click and drag a selection on a graph above or click on a specific bar. Managerial relations were at an all time low. Even his relationship to his music had become a challenge. Eruptions would occur over "The Star Spangled Banner" and "Purple Haze," but fans seemed either too distracted or unable to grasp his deeply felt new music like "Machine Gun. To all this, add the surroundings. Hendrix arrived in Berkeley, a town synonymous with radical political thinking and protest, two days prior to these shows.
A week earlier, a riot over Peoples Park left one man dead and others wounded. The previous month, anti-ROTC demonstrators battled police on the University of California campus, and the destruction was so extensive that the campus had been shut down completely. Additionally, the theater was small - 3,person capacity - and it became well known that they would be filming a feature-length film. Not only did this stir even more controversy, but the clamor for tickets was at a near hysterical state. Over a thousand ticketless fans were outside, determined to get in.
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These elements all combined to create a pressure-cooker atmosphere. Rather than give the audience what it wants, Hendrix challenges them by devoting the first 15 minutes of his performance to an experimental jam, presenting new material that he had been developing during his countless hours in his studio. They begin with a loose funky take on "Pass It On," an embryonic version of what would soon develop into "Straight Ahead" in the studio. Hendrix warns that it will be an instrumental jam to warm up, but he actually sings an early form of the lyrics as well.
After seven minutes or so, he begins to transition into the first highlight of this set, an early live rendition of "Hey Baby New Rising Sun ," one of the centerpiece tracks to the album he never completed.
It's still in development here, but all the elements are in place for what would become one of Hendrix's most beautiful and seductive songs. Possibly sensing that the audience wants something more upbeat, this suddenly and somewhat awkwardly changes into the frenetic opening riffs to "Lover Man," which they rip through to end the opening sequence.
He concedes to the audience and performs three well-known older numbers beginning with "Stone Free" and "Hey Joe.
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