The live material on Hendrix In The West Hendrix comes from three different concerts. These are recordings of his gigs at the Berkeley Community Theater, in the San Diego Sports Arena and on the Isle Of Wight Festival. We see Hendrix in the years 1969-1970, when he explored completely new sound dimensions. Robert Christgau, one of the critics Popes of American music journalism, called Hendrix's interpretations of "Red Horse" and "Johnny B. Goode" as "the ultimate" versions of these pieces. since 1974 Hendrix is out of print In The West in the United States, is also internationally If these recordings for over 20 years no longer in regular trading. Now finally has found his way back into the record one of the most sought after Hendrix albums. The new edition of Hendrix In The West contains, besides the aforementioned concert recordings additional five previously unreleased songs. The Cover shows a classic Jim Marshall photograph of the guitarist and the accompanying 20-page booklet full of rare, never before seen images of the photographer.