Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, D. A. Pennebaker - Jimi Plays Monterey & Shake! Otis At Monterey mp3 album
Director: D. A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus. Jimi Hendrix and Otis Redding arrived in California virtually unknown. Returning stateside from London, where he had moved to launch his musical career, Hendrix exploded at Monterey, flooring an unsuspecting audience with his maniacal six-string pyrotechnics. Redding, a venerable star of Memphis's Stax record label, seduced the "love crowd" in one of his best-and last-performances.
Bass, Backing Vocals – Noel Redding (tracks: 1 to 12). Drums, Percussion – Al Jackson Jr. (tracks: 13 to 17). Drums, Percussion – Mitch Mitchell (tracks: 1 to 12). Executive Producer – Frazer Pennebaker. Film Director – Chris Hegedus, D. Pennebaker, David Dawkins. Film Producer – John Phillips, Lou Adler. Guitar – Steve Cropper (tracks: 13 to 17).
Jimi Hendrix and Otis Redding arrived in California virtually unknown. Redding, venerable star of Memphis' Stax record label, seduced the "love crowd" in one of his best- and last- performances. Jimi Plays Monterey and Shake! Otis at Monterey feature the entire Monterey sets of these legendary musicians, performances that have entered rock and roll mythology.
Jimi Plays Monterey is a posthumous live album by Jimi Hendrix released in February 1986. The album documents The Jimi Hendrix Experience's performance at the Monterey Pop Festival on June 18, 1967. As well as songs from the band's debut album Are You Experienced, Monterey also includes covers of "Killing Floor" (Howlin' Wolf), "Like a Rolling Stone" (Bob Dylan), "Rock Me Baby" (B. B. King) and "Wild Thing" (Chip Taylor).
As for The Jimi Hendrix Experience, they were virtually unknown in The States at that time. Like many of the artists that appeared at that festival that would not remain the case – in slightly less than 45 minutes, The Monterey International Pop Festival made their reputation. You will note that Monterey was not billed as a Rock Festival. It was very much a pop festival and the range of artists from Ravi Shankar to Otis Redding to Hugh Masekela to Jefferson Airplane to The Byrds to Lou Rawls to Simon & Garfunkel to Johnny Rivers is quite staggering. Organised by John Phillips of The Mamas.
Otis Redding also had a break-out show at Monterey. A soul singer from Georgia who had found success mostly on the Chitlin circuit, "Redding had never really played before anything other than a black audience," says director John Landis, who was in the crowd. Redding's intensely yearning ballad "Try a Little Tenderness" and rockers such as the Stones' "Satisfaction" electrified the audience. It was Hendrix's first gig in America since going off and becoming a star in Britain, and he rose to the occasion with a vengeance.
Jimi Plays Monterey Directed by Chris Hegedus, D. Pennebaker 1986, 50min, Digital. These concert-film landmarks capture two electrifying live shows that ushered Memphis soul star Otis Redding and little-known guitar virtuoso Jimi Hendrix into the annals of rock ‘n’ roll mythology. Both musicians lose themselves in the passion of performing, conquering the hippie audience at the now-legendary 1967 Monterey Pop Festival. Highlights include Hendrix’s tongue-wagging, guitar-smashing Wild Thing and Redding’s cathartic rendition of I’ve Been Loving You Too Long.
Jimi Hendrix's show at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival was the performance that broke him in the United States. Jimi and the Experience were in fine, lean, fiery form on this nine-song set, which showcased the most well-known tunes from the Are You Experienced? album and covers of "Killing Floor," "Like a Rolling Stone," "Rock Me Baby," and "Wild Thing.
Otis at Monterey Blu-ray (1986): Starring Jimi Hendrix and Otis Redding. Pennebaker, Chris Hegedus Starring: Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding. See full cast & crew.
Documentary on Otis Redding's performance at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival. Jimi Hendrix's landmark concert in Monterey County Fairgrounds in California in which he plays signature songs like "Purple Haze," "Foxy Lady," and "Wild Thing. Directors: Chris Hegedus, . Next . Monterey Pop (1968). Documentary History Music. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8,1/10 X. A film about the greatest pre-Woodstock rock music festival. Dont Look Back (1967).
|Jimi Plays Monterey|
|1||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Can You See Me?|
|2||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Purple Haze|
|3||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band|
|4||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Monterey|
|5||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Killing Floor|
|6||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Foxy Lady|
|7||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Like a Rolling Stone|
|8||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Rock Me Baby|
|9||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Hey Joe|
|10||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||The Wind Cries Mary|
|11||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Wild Thing|
|Shake! Otis At Monterey|
|1||–Otis Redding with Booker T. and The MG's* and The Mar-Keys||Shake|
|2||–Otis Redding with Booker T. And The MG's* and The Mar-Keys||Respect|
|3||–Otis Redding with Booker T. and The MG's* and The Mar-Keys||I've Been Loving You Too Long|
|4||–Otis Redding with Booker T. and The MG's* and The Mar-Keys||(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction|
|5||–Otis Redding with Booker T. and The MG's* and The Mar-Keys||Try a Little Tenderness|
|6||–No Artist||Color bars|
- Copyright (c) – The Criterion Collection
- Copyright (c) – Monterey International Pop Festival Foundation
- Copyright (c) – Pennebaker Hegedus Films, Inc.
- Baritone Saxophone [The Mar-Keys] – Andrew Love (tracks: 13 to 17)
- Bass [Booker T. and The MG's] – Donald "Duck" Dunn (tracks: 13 to 17)
- Bass, Backing Vocals [The Jimi Hendrix Experience] – Noel Redding (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Drums, Percussion [Booker T. and The MG's] – Al Jackson Jr. (tracks: 13 to 17)
- Drums, Percussion [The Jimi Hendrix Experience] – Mitch Mitchell (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Executive Producer – Frazer Pennebaker
- Film Director – Chris Hegedus, D. A. Pennebaker*, David Dawkins
- Film Producer – John Phillips, Lou Adler
- Guitar [Booker T. and The MG's] – Steve Cropper (tracks: 13 to 17)
- Guitar, Vocals [The Jimi Hendrix Experience] – Jimi Hendrix (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Narrator – Papa John Phillips* (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Organ [Booker T. and The MG's] – Booker T. Jones (tracks: 13 to 17)
- Performer – Booker T. And The MG's* (tracks: 13 to 17), The Mar-Keys (tracks: 13 to 17)
- Producer – Alan Douglas (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Tenor Saxophone [The Mar-Keys] – Joe Arnold (tracks: 13 to 17)
- Trumpet [The Mar-Keys] – Wayne Jackson (tracks: 13 to 17)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 715515049917
- Matrix / Runout: CC1838BD L0BD 28
- Matrix / Runout: CC1838BD_L1 DO 30
|169||Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding||Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding - Jimi Plays Monterey & Shake! Otis At Monterey (DVD-V, NTSC)||The Criterion Collection||169||US||2006|
|169||Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding||Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding - Jimi Plays Monterey & Shake! Otis At Monterey (DVD-V, NTSC)||The Criterion Collection||169||US||2002|