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A one-night-stand between the two legendary American guitarists Jimi Hendrix and B.B. King. Jimi Hendrix and B. B. King with the The Paul Butterfield Blues Band featuring Al Kooper and Elvin Bishop played together at the Generation Club in New York City on 9 April 1968.

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  • yea I can dig this
  • - I'm a king too, I'm a king too - hell no || Too bad, there is no video of Band introduction :/
  • AWESOME!!!!
  • OMG how could I miss such an awesome bootleg. @straineryou Very true! Jimi Hendrix was one of the true experimentalist from the 60s and 70s, and the other such famous experimentalists from that era are Pink Floyd.
  • as far as blues guitar is concerned, jimi was too sloppy. king and even clapton are far superior. if you want to talk about pushing the boundaries of the instrument however...that is another story.
  • just awesome.
  • One of my favourite bootlegs =T
  • Whoa, they jamed together? Why no one said me about it?! Anyway, it sounds tasteful.
  • I love the Hendrix fills. Two different generations of music basically playing the same material in their own style.
  • I know that, but i still had to raise the point.

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