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This DVD features two incredible concerts by Buddy Miles and company. In the first, filmed at Switzerland's New Morning Rock Heroes Festival in 1995, he re-works in his own distinctive style a selection of rock and pop classics from the '60s and '70s, concluding with a barnstorming version of three of Jimi Hendrix's biggest hits, "Purple Haze," "Voodoo Child" and "Hey Joe." In the second, filmed in Paris a year later, he features Albert King's blues standard "Born Under a Bad Sign" and a deeply soulful interpretation of The Impression's ballad hit "For Your Precious Love." Buddy is perhaps best known for his association with Jimi Hendrix, playing on his Electric Ladyland album and as a key member of his post Experience group The Band of Gypsys, one of the first all-black rock bands. This DVD is an excellent representation of his overwhelming skill and tremendous talent. Songs: Bad Bad Misses * Knock on Wood * Come Together * Medley: Peter Gunn; Take You Higher; Superstition * Changes * Life Is What You Make It * How Long for an Answer * Tribute to Jimi Hendrix Medley (Purple Haze; Voodoo Child; Hey Joe) * Born Under a Bad Sign * For Your Precious Love. 1 hour, 17 minutes.
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