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The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Spanish Castle Magic: Behind The Scenes

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Illuminutteh _ (3 months ago)
I saw the demolition of the Spanish Castle back in 1968. I cried for hours. :( They should have kept that place going somehow. There was a LOT of history made there.
ferox965 (5 months ago)
My fave Hendrix song...just a badass slab of noise. Happy 76th Jimi.
Mountain Mike (7 months ago)
Where's the fucking song assholes
Cherie Saxton (7 months ago)
Freaking cool!
joe fausett (9 months ago)
Fuck this.
JuanGamer640 (11 months ago)
The Spongebob walk
nuhhhhhhh (1 year ago)
my fav hendrix song so far
Barbara Butterfield (1 year ago)
Happy birthday Jimi...11/27/17. Still listening💜🎸
GTR GUY (1 year ago)
The augmented 9th chord, thereafter known as the Hendrix chord.
randall scott burress (1 year ago)
Just like Neil Young said Jimi was in another building on another floor?
Major Mazzaroth (1 year ago)
All i know is that the only way to get to those tapes is though this dude.
Eric-Scott Bloom (1 year ago)
i'm happily drowning
David Claycomb (1 year ago)
mike whelan (1 year ago)
Tommy Chong played all the leads on Hendrix's records.
Trevor Graham Welch (1 year ago)
mike whelan don’t be funny
Sean Jordan (2 years ago)
This man did not teach hendrix the #9 chord...what the hell haha
Sean Jordan (2 years ago)
G S I am a professional guitar player classically educated at Berklee. The #9 nine is the so called Hendrix chord and yes that is the chord Kraemer is referring to. Jimi likely took this chord from t bone walker. Hendrix used it while still in the military in his younger years. Eddie Kraemer was not the inspiration for this sound.
G S (2 years ago)
I don't have the technical background to back this up, but I question whether the piano chord referred to is the #9 "Hendrix chord" you are referring to - professional musicians please weigh in. While you say "no diss," that appears to be exactly what you intend. Even this edited clip, which may distort what Eddie was claiming credit for, cannot be interpreted as a claim by Eddie for the Hendrix sound. As far as "egotistical" and "embellishing," I haven't met the man, but I haven't heard it from other sources or seen signs of that in many other interviews I've seen of him. I'm not sure what your issue is with the idea that Hendrix may have gotten an idea from his engineer. I happen to think a large part of his genius is his ability to incorporate anything he heard into his playing and make it his. I don't discredit Chuck Berry's genius by recognizing that perhaps he picked up an idea or two from his piano player.
Sean Jordan (2 years ago)
The thing is that Jimi used the #9 in his playing well before he even knew Eddie. He picked it up listening to T-Bone and Wes. Eddie implies in this video that hendrix asked him what he was playing. Jimi definitely would have recognized such a clear dominant sound. My guitar instructor at Berklee met Eddie personally and said that he's actually quite egotistical with a flare for embellishing stories. It may be secondhand information but I hold my instructor in high regard. No diss on Eddie's fantastic body of work. But claiming inspiration for a Hendrix sound is definitely overstepping. Jimi uses that #9 on a lot of tracks on "are you experienced" which preceded the Spanish castle magic recording.
G S (2 years ago)
I'll add that I have no reason to believe that things occurred other than as Eddie said, but not to give himself credit for some chord that had been around before either of them, but to give an example of how Jimi incorporated anything he came across into his artistic vision.
G S (2 years ago)
That man is Eddie Kramer who collaborated closely with Jimi throughout his career. He, along with Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox, was one of the very positive influences in Jimi's career, and he was one of the best engineers rock music has known. However this clip may make it appear, Eddie always spoke about Jimi's genius and never tried to take credit for it. Check the guy out and you'll find that I'm right. Eddie is a humble guy who deserves a lot of respect and I'm pretty sure Jimi would agree if he was alive.
Johannes DeMoravia (2 years ago)
Fabulous insight into the vast, spontaneous creativity of Jimi.
Roberto Ginsburg (2 years ago)
Jazz post-bop was also a huge potentier influence on Rock composition.
João Lepiane,Jr. (2 years ago)
Love this song!!!!!!
Sawboss1 (2 years ago)
Two geniuses at work
VoxPathfinder15R (2 years ago)
Hey Eddie Kramer, did Jimi actually record with those Marshall Plexi's in the studio? How often would he record with a Fender Twin instead? Must have been bloody loud!
Peter Choe (1 year ago)
No. There is no proof of this, and the fact that there are photos of Jimi in the studio with marshalls on several occasions would put this claim into doubt.
VoxPathfinder15R (2 years ago)
Cool, how do you know this information?
Cooper (2 years ago)
he was plugged into a fender bassman on every studio recording, or at least the majority of 'em
84hendrixnirvana (3 years ago)
Warren Doggart (3 years ago)
Fuck off u tube
6402680 (5 years ago)
Aye, what are those chords? Show me those chords! lmao
amistry605 (5 years ago)
"bloody Marshalls" Haha gotta love itq
iamtheburninator (6 years ago)
Good god it had never occurred to me that was a piano in this song.
Sebastian Walter (6 years ago)
Can't wait for my favourite Hendrix song "One Rainy Wish" behind the scenes.
Ron Beck (2 years ago)
ShuffleBassT 1983, 4 me
xbeast666 (6 years ago)
the best

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