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Benji Kirkpatrick - Hendrix Songs (2015)

24-02-2016, 12:38
Folk | FLAC / APE

Title: Hendrix Songs
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: EDJ Records
Genre: Folk
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 36:29
Total Size: 251 MB


01. Angel
02. Voodoo Child
03. Wind Cries Mary
04. Foxy Lady
05. Crosstown Traffic
06. Red House
07. Hear My Train A Comin'
08. May This Be Love
09. Purple Haze
10. Stone Free
11. Burning Of The Midnight Lamp
12. Little Wing

Benji Kirkpatrick - founder member of big band folk behemoth 'Bellowhead' and power folk trio 'Faustus' - is a massive fan of Jimi Hendrix. Though immersed in folk tradition and a stalwart of the folk scene, Benji now takes the songs of Jimi Hendrix and re-interprets them; stripping back the layers of guitar, the psychedelia, the era and bringing the songs out in their pure form. For behind the axe wielding antics associated with Hendrix there are great songs and Benji aims to distil these into a completely acoustic setting. Leaving behind the guitar altogether (Hendrix did that rather well...), Benji tackles this material on bouzouki, banjo and mandolin, creating a unique approach and sound for these songs. Always respectful of the originals, whilst continuingly looking for a new angle Benji performs the songs of Hendrix like you've never heard them before.

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gblock88   User offline   24 February 2016 18:45

brilliant thanks :)

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Panhistoricus   User offline   25 February 2016 21:13

Interesting CD, well done, thanks for sharing!

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