Voodoo Chile" is a song written by Jimi Hendrix and recorded in 1968 for the third Jimi Hendrix Experience album Electric Ladyland. It is based on the Muddy Waters blues song "Rollin' Stone", but with original lyrics and music. At fifteen minutes, it is Hendrix's longest studio recording and features additional musicians in what has been described as a studio jam.
Produced by Jimi Hendrix. Album Electric Ladyland. Well, I'm a voodoo chile Lord, I'm a voodoo chile Well, the night I was born Lord, I swear the moon turned a fire red The night I was born I swear the moon turned a fire red Well my poor mother cried out "Lord, the gypsy was right!" And I've seen her, fell down right dead (Have mercy). Voodoo Chile peaked at no. 1 in the UK and is one of the group’s best known songs to date. A live version can be found here, including the solos: Does this song have narrative connection to Voodoo Child (Slight Return)? After the day Voodoo Chile was recorded they returned to the studio for filming a documentary. Instead of playing the same what was already recorded, they improvised on voodoo chile. Noel Redding stated: We learned that song in the studi. .They had the cameras rolling on us as we played it.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience. 6. Are You Experienced? The Jimi Hendrix Experience. 7. Burning of the Midnight Lamp. The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Voodoo Child (Slight Return). 12. Spanish Castle Magic.
Features Song Lyrics for Jimi Hendrix's Voodoo Chile album. Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Chile Album Lyrics. 1. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) Lyrics. 2. Bleeding Heart Lyrics.
Nom du groupe Jimi Hendrix. Nom de l'album Voodoo Child : the Jimi Hendrix Collection. Date de parution 08 Mai 2001. Style MusicalRock Psychédélique. Membres possèdant cet album6.
Tracklist: 1. No Business, 2. Hush Now, 3. Voodoo Chile, 4. Voice In The Wind, 5. She’s A Fox, 6. Hey Le Roy, 7. Goodbye Bessie Mae, 8. Red House, 9. Free Spirit, 10. Something You Go. More albums from Jimi Hendrix: Flashback by Jimi Hendrix. Woke Up This Morning And Found Myself Dead by Jimi Hendrix. Crash Landing by Jimi Hendrix. The Ballad Of Jimi by Jimi Hendrix. Jimi Hendrix At His Best (Volume 3) by Jimi Hendrix. Sound Track Recordings From The Film Jimi Hendrix by Jimi Hendrix. Roots Of Hendrix by Jimi Hendrix. For Real! by Jimi Hendrix. View all albums . Voodoo Chile.
Voodoo Chile" is a 15-minute improvised structured jam recorded at the Record Plant in New York City by Hendrix, Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell, organist Steve Winwood, and bassist Jack Casady. It was distilled the following day by the Experience into the shorter, more intense "Voodoo Child (Slight Return). Both songs feature on Electric Ladyland. Voodoo Chile' has a really eerie sound that kind of places you in a different world. Steve Winwood recalled the recording of the song to Uncut. Hendrix came up through music in some ways a similar route to me. He learnt a lot of the old skills.
Voodoo Chile" is a song by The Jimi Hendrix Experience from the album Electric Ladyland. Recorded on May 2, 1968 at the Record Plant Studios in New York City, the recording session included Mitch Mitchell, drummer of The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Steve Winwood of Traffic on B3 organ, and Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane on bass duties. The song, basically a 15-minute blues jam, evolved into the final product over the course of an hour. They spent the night playing "Voodoo Chile", and when the club closed, Hendrix invited everyone back to the studio. the next morning they began to formally record "Voodoo Chile". It took only three takes and the final 15 minute version was Hendrix's longest studio recording. The second take did not come out well, since a string broke.