|1. Purple Haze|
|2. Manic Depression|
|3. Hey Joe|
|4. Love Or Confusion|
|5. May This Be Love|
|6. I Don't Live Today|
|7. The Wind Cries Mary|
|9. Third Stone From The Sun|
|10. Foxey Lady|
|11. Are You Experienced?|
|12. Stone Free|
|13. 51st Anniversary|
|14. Highway Chile|
|15. Can You See Me|
|17. Red House|
Deluxe digitally remastered CD/DVD edition of this classic 1967 album from the Rock guitar legend. This edition is housed in a lavish six-panel digipak with 36 page booklet including detailed session info, liner notes, photos and memorabilia. The DVDs contain an exclusive "making of" mini documentary.
As emblematic of its time as of its sorcerer-like creator, 1967's Are You Experienced unleashed Jimi Hendrix onto a world in the midst of such cultural and musical shakeups that it really didn't seem as "far out" as it actually was. It wasn't just Hendrix's virtuosic skill as a pure player that was so impressive; it was, even more, the range and scope of sheer sound that he coaxed, cajoled, and ripped out of his instrument. "Purple Haze," "Manic Depression," and "I Don't Live Today" filled ears with indelible sonic images, and songs like "Foxey Lady" and "Fire" pointed the way toward a new brand of rock-charged soul music. And how about a hand for drummer Mitch Mitchell? --Billy Altman
don't even question this, if you do not already have this album get it nowPublished 11 months ago by polka music best music
From Purple Haze to Hey Joe and even Foxy Lady, this vinyl is full of some of Hendrix's best. Five Stars!Published 22 months ago by Adam Dmytriw
I don't think that the extra material is worth the extra money but the "original" tracks are must-haves. The lyricism of the bluesy guitar is chilling.Published on May 29 2013 by eeyoore
Amazing early Acid Rock. Just take a look at the cover art.
Then listen to songs like "Third Stone From the Sun"....
Do you need a roadmap? Read more
This album was just a climax to a great year in earth shattering music. Right from the get go the experience is playing full tilt. Read morePublished on April 20 2010 by Shane G. Maximchuk
Listened to this album and was impressed big time the guitar is awesome the osngs are awesome and jimi just blows my mind with those guitar rifts hes playing .. Read morePublished on March 31 2006 by ZeppelinDude
Here we have what could be the finest album of the Rock era.
It shows Jimi Hendrix at his absolute best. This album in my opinion is without a doubt is a classic. Read more
Everybody goes "Ooh, Jimi Hendrix" just because he died. I don't think his music is particularly good. In fact, some of it stinks!!! Read morePublished on June 13 2004 by Melting_Pot