I brought this album hoping it will be half as good as "The Jimi Hendrix Experience" and i would be happy. But the first time i put in disc 1, I was struck with an incredible version of "stone free" whcih shows that this album is going to be great. It follows with the great "Power fo Soul" and the bluesy "Hear my train a Comin'." the Short but punch "izabella" follows. The second best song on the album is next, which is "Machine Gun." The next song is worthy of the 5 stars alone, which is "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)" whioch has one of the best guitar solos ever and a wicked bass line. The only let down folls which is "We gotta live together" which is still a quite catchy song. The album is all about the 1st CD. But CD 2 is one fantasic CD. It some fantasticguitars and drums and bass lines. It starts off with "Auld Lang Syne" and "Who knows" which are 2 great songs with some great guitars. "Changes" has the drummer Buddy Miles singing, and yet again has some brilliant guitars in. Next is the second version of "machine gun" whcih is very nearly better than the first one. "Stepping stone," "stop" and "Earth Blues" follow and are very good songs with some fantasic guitars. The best song on this disc is next "Burning Desire" has some very good lyrics and some very good guitars and a very catch tune. It ends with the brilliant "Wild Thing" which is, in my oppinon much much better than the original. Buy this album. You will not be dissapointed. The sound is top quality. A must for any Hendrix fan or music fan.