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Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding, and Billy Cox Play Bass on “Both Sides of the Sky”
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Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding, and Billy Cox Play Bass on “Both Sides of the Sky”

Even 48 years after his untimely passing, there’s still music being uncovered from the Jimi Hendrix vault. Both Sides of the Sky is a new album featuring 13 studio recordings, ten of which have never been released. The album is described as “completing a trilogy of albums [with Valleys Of Neptune and People, Hell & Angels] presenting the best and...

Jimi Hendrix Experience: Hey Joe (Live at the Monterey Pop Festival)
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Jimi Hendrix Experience: Hey Joe (Live at the Monterey Pop Festival)

On this day 75 years ago, James Marshall “Jimi” Hendrix was born. And while we don’t usually put quite the spotlight on guitarists, Hendrix is a favorite around here. Here’s the Jimi Hendrix Experience performing “Hey Joe” during their landmark appearance at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, with Noel Redding on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums. This concert also...

Jimi Hendrix: Miami Pop Festival Recordings Released
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Jimi Hendrix: Miami Pop Festival Recordings Released

Forty five years ago, the Jimi Hendrix Experience headlined the first major rock festival on the East Coast. Now the band’s appearance has been released as Jimi Hendrix Experience: Miami Pop Festival, an album of previously unreleased material from the concert. The album has eleven tracks: nine from their morning set with two from the afternoon set. Alongside the classics...

Miles Mosley: All Bass “Purple Haze”
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Miles Mosley: All Bass “Purple Haze”

One of the first videos we ever shared on No Treble was Miles Mosley’s incredible cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child”. Miles is back with a new Hendrix cover, this time performing “Purple Haze”, with some help from drummer Tony?Austin.

Rodolfo Valdifiori: Voodoo (Bass) Child
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Rodolfo Valdifiori: Voodoo (Bass) Child

Bassists love covering Jimi Hendrix, and we give that a big thumbs up here at No Treble HQ. Here’s Rodolfo Valdifiori doing his thing with a groove inspired by Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child”.

Ten Jimi Hendrix-Inspired Bass Videos
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Ten Jimi Hendrix-Inspired Bass Videos

Bassists seem to love to cover Hendrix tunes. We love to cover bassists who cover Hendrix tunes. So, here are ten of the most popular Hendrix-inspired videos we’ve featured over the last couple of years. Enjoy! 1. Daniel Ziegler: All Bass Version of “Little Wing” We love new arrangements of Jimi Hendrix tunes, especially when performed as solo bass pieces,...

Daniel Ziegler: All Bass Version of “Little Wing”
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Daniel Ziegler: All Bass Version of “Little Wing”

We love new arrangements of Jimi Hendrix tunes, especially when performed as solo bass pieces, and performed well. That’s just what bassist Daniel Ziegler did in this version of the Hendrix classic “Little Wing”.

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Harvey Brooks: 40 years of playing with the greats

In a recent interview with Ynetnews, bassist Harvey Brooks tells pieces of his life story, which for the past four decades includes playing beside Bob Dylan, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Miles Davis, Mama Cass and B.B. King, to name a few. In the interview Brooks recalls playing with some of the greats (an excerpt): “Jim Morrison, like Jimi,...

Pino Palladino Live with John Mayer Trio: Who Did You Think I Was?
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Pino Palladino Live with John Mayer Trio: Who Did You Think I Was?

By far, my favorite John Mayer CD is , thanks to bassist Pino Palladino‘s incredible playing. This is concert footage the way we like it… with the camera operator sticking with the bassist for the whole segment. Be sure to hang around to the 2:40 mark of this video, where the band kicks into Jimi Hendrix’s “Power of Soul”. Pino...

Donovan Stokes: Purple Haze
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Donovan Stokes: Purple Haze

I’m extremely pleased to announce Dr. Donovan Stokes is joining the No Treble team with a monthly column and on an advisory level. Donovan is a bass professor at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, Virginia. Be on the look out for Donovan’s column, The Low Down with Dr. D, later this month. In the meantime, check out Donovan playing Jimi Hendrix’s...