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(Guardian)   Hendrix. Monterey Pop 1967. Nothing better   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Jimi Hendrix, Monterey Pop Festival, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Rolling Stone, Rock music, Jimi Hendrix Experience, guitar player, Jann Wenner  
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2020-08-04 4:08:37 PM  
There's better, but not much.
2020-08-04 4:35:04 PM  
Almost as good as Sha-Na-Na at Woodstock.
2020-08-04 5:26:29 PM  
Nice to see that the opening act for the Monkees got a gig on his own. That's sweet.
2020-08-04 5:29:35 PM  
Monterey is (was?) an awesome scene
2020-08-04 6:00:59 PM  
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2020-08-04 6:35:08 PM  
I always thought that he was too subdued during that performance, except for "Wild Thing". I guess he didn't want to freak out the audience.
2020-08-04 6:38:44 PM  
There was better in just a few years when it was Hendrix, Cox and Miles-Band of Gypsys.
2020-08-04 7:20:28 PM  
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Pretty wild, all right.  I see a dream catcher there in the background.
2020-08-04 8:20:10 PM  
I don't know, subby. I was just down in the basement screwing around with the mini Squier I got my son for his fifth birthday a minute ago and.....

Yeah, this is better. I have no idea how to play the guitar.
2020-08-04 9:05:55 PM  
They didn't mention the real high point of the performance, the cover of Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone."
2020-08-05 7:17:55 AM  
Janis Joplin - Ball & Chain - Monterey Pop
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Something better.
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