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Jimi HendrixMartin Scorsese Presents The Blues

Jimi Hendrix - Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues album cover

Tracklist

Red House
Voodoo Chile
Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)
Georgia Blues
Country Blues
Hear My Train A Comin'
It's Too Bad
My Friend
Blue Window
Midnight Lightning

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    Cover of Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues, 2003, VinylMartin Scorsese Presents The Blues
    2×LP, Limited Edition, Compilation, Blue
    Classic Records – B0000698-01US2003US2003
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    Cover of Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues, 2003, VinylMartin Scorsese Presents The Blues
    2×LP, Compilation, Remastered, Heavy Weight Quiex SV-P
    Classic Records – B0000698-01, Experience Hendrix – B0000698-01US2003US2003
    New Submission
    Cover of Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues, 2003, CDMartin Scorsese Presents The Blues
    CD, Compilation
    Experience Hendrix – B0000698-02US2003US2003
    New Submission
    Cover of Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues, 2003, CDMartin Scorsese Presents The Blues
    CD, Compilation
    Experience Hendrix – B000069802Canada2003Canada2003
    New Submission
    Cover of Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues, 2003, VinylMartin Scorsese Presents The Blues
    2×LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered
    Classic Records – B0000698-01US2003US2003
    New Submission
    Cover of Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues, 2003, VinylMartin Scorsese Presents The Blues
    2×LP, Compilation, Test Pressing, Gatefold
    Experience Hendrix – B000069801US2003US2003
    Recently Edited

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    • strager's avatar
      strager
      Edited one month ago
      Wow this was selling roughly for an average of $75 last year with multiple copies frequently popping up with prices between $60-90 all stated in VG+ and above condition. Glad I got one then, it's a great release with brilliant and sharp curatorship of Hendrix that quickly rose to the top of my favorites for the releases of his done in a similar vein. Looks and plays great, whatever some may think about the rest of the Blues presented by Scorsese series, especially if you feel they're a little too archivist in their nature (unavoidable for the early artists given the limited recordings in existence which makes it impossible to significantly differentiate separate compilations of them) this one will likely blow you away. It is Hendrix after all and he's presented here in an highly thoughtful and unique way that few, if any, others would be capable of doing, especially when compiling releases as fuel for a corporate legacy.

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