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 New York (State University) : 9 mars 1968

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La setlist suivante est mentionnée sur le site de Doug Bell :

- Red House
- I Don't Live Today
- Purple Haze
- Wild Thing

Source : http://home.earthlink.net/~ldouglasbell/dir1/jhe_sets.htm
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THE STATESMAN - by Stephen Levine:

“The Machine had a startling feature and a different type of arranging that most other bands have not exhibited. The drummer for the Machine wore no shirt. Actually, there could have been a very practical reason for this. Drummers sweat, and why ruin a good shirt....
Noel Redding provided a base that was not heard. It was felt, starting from the shoes and working its way up to the knot in one’s tie or cape... Mitch Mitchell never once followed the beat, but rather, he made his own up and hoped that it fit in. No, he made his own up and didn’t give a damn. However, the people paid up to five dollars a ticket, not to see those two alone, but to see them with the man. First of all, let me say that aside from his artistic talent, Hendrix is a master showman. He knew the tricks the people want to see and he gave them the things they desired... To look only at the showmanship would be a crime of omission and this I will not commit. The talent was there for all to see and hear.
In ‘Red House Blues’ Hendrix exhibited a style rivalled only by that of the best blues guitarists. There was total emotion of the piece. Once could feel how sad he felt about losing his woman....
Everyone remembers ‘Wild Thing’ - no you do not. Hendrix lent an interpretation to this song that has never been rivalled. The instrumentation was fantastic and the vocal just right. The only pity was that it finished up the concert. As he ended the number, Hendrix was mobbed by those in the front rows in a display that was a clear expression of love. In keeping with the Heffer Tradition, the evening was ‘not necessarily stoned, but beautiful’.”
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