HENDRIX JIMI, ARE YOU EXPERIENCED? TRANSCRIBED SCORES GUITAR TABLATURE Foxy Lady-Hey Joe-Purple Haze

 

HENDRIX JIMI, ARE YOU EXPERIENCED? TRANSCRIBED SCORES

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Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced

Series: Transcribed Score TAB
Artist: Jimi Hendrix

All 17 songs from the re-released album including: Are You Experienced - Foxy Lady - Hey Joe - Purple Haze.

Inventory #HL 00672308
ISBN: 9780793544615
UPC: 073999723083
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
272 pages

All 17 songs from the re-released album including:

Are You Experienced?
Can You See Me
51st Anniversary
Fire
Foxey Lady
Hey Joe
Highway Chile
I Don't Live Today
Love Or Confusion
Manic Depression
May This Be Love
Purple Haze
Red House
Remember
Stone Free
Third Stone From The Sun
The Wind Cries Mary

272 pages

 

THE ALBUM THAT SHOOK THE WORLD
When the American version of Are You Experienced? hit the record racks in September of 1967,
it was like a tidal shock wave, a conflagration that would wash over the world of music, leaving it
forever changed. I remember sitting in a friend's parents' living room (his folks were out of the
house of course) with the sound turned way up, and my ears blitzed by the torrents of sheer power
that blazed through the speakers. This was a true mind-bending experience back then, no doubt
the desired effect put there by the author of its sound and concept.
That album differed from its English counterpart in that three songs were replaced by Jimi's first
blockbuster singles, "Purple Haze," "Hey, Joe," and "The Wind Cries Mary," but the entirety of the
work was held together by the superior musicianship and performance impact of this collection of
songs, which we came to know in America as the definitive guitar trio album of our times. Now,
with the addition of six more tracks, the latest release of this album is even more monumental!
Amazing, too, is the fact that this multiplicity of astonishing sounds was recorded in all its denseness
of effect by constant Hendrix engineer Eddie Kramer on just a four-track recording system.
There was just so much energy and power springing from these three frizzy-haired players, such
inventiveness of attack, faithfully recorded and enhanced by Kramer, that it literally blew our
minds.
Now, more than ever, Hendrix is revered as the prophet and immortal high priest of rock guitar,
and Experienced is regarded as the Sermon on the Mount. It is the record that spawned an entire
generation of guitar players who, once having heard it, immediately chucked their piano lessons
and convinced their parents to buy them an electric guitar instead. In countless interviews with
today's guitar heroes, it is Hendrix who's cited as the guy that first turned them on and Are You
Experienced? the first dose of electric shock therapy that woke them to the possibilities of their
chosen instrument.
What is it about Jim; that makes this music so special? The funny thing about it - and this is true
of all works of great genius - is that you can't answer that question by analyzing the work intellectually,
or by trying to break it down into its component parts. Jimi was about impact - the total
effect of his music, the way he stood, the way he moved, and the absolutely awesome amount of
musical ideas he had in his head that were constantly clamoring to come out. This is why the many
imitations of Hendrix have usually paled by comparison to the original - because you can recreate
the technique, possibly, but in order to approximate the enormity of the man's artistic vision,
you have to be imbued with the feeling.
You have to keep this dictum in mind as you work through the authoritative transcriptions of the
songs on Are You Experienced? that we have assembled in this volume. You have to listen to the
album, hear what Jimi is doing with the notes and be inspired by his total oneness with his instrument.
There's no translation between what's in his head and what finally comes out through his
fingertips - it's all one expression of creativity. And remember, too, that Jimi was essentially a
blues player gone wild - he never really played the song the same way in live performance,
always letting the music suggest new directions that grew out of the moment and the spirit.
That being said, these transcriptions are the real thing. They have been commissioned by the
curators of the Hendrix estate, and they are complete, authoritative, and faithful to the notes that
you can hear on the album. They have been written out painstakingly and accurately, with insights
into Jimi's special arrangements and playing nuances prepared by eminent music scholars Dave
Whitehill and Andy Aledort in their notes to each song. And though you can't ever hope to duplicate
Jimi - for the reasons stated above - or to learn his chops by over-analyzing, you can learn
a lot about your instrument by reading these charts and practicing them constantly until the music ...
 

Are You Experienced? - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Can You See Me - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
51st Anniversary - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Fire - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Foxey Lady - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Hey Joe - WORDS AND MUSIC: BILLY ROBERTS - 1962
Highway Chile - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
I Don't Live Today - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Love Or Confusion - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Manic Depression - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
May This Be Love - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Purple Haze - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Red House - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Remember - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
Stone Free - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1966
Third Stone From The Sun - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967
The Wind Cries Mary - WORDS AND MUSIC: JIMI HENDRIX - 1967

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