Fire" is a song written by Jimi Hendrix and recorded by the Jimi Hendrix Experience in early 1967. The song was remixed in stereo for the American release of the album. In 1969, it was released as a stereo single in the UK with the title "Let Me Light Your Fire".
Legends In Music Collection (2xCD, Comp). Fire (2xCD, Album, Comp). Calibre, Sound And Media LTD. CLBCD 5506a.
There was only one Jimi Hendrix, and the way he assimilated blues, folk, jazz, hard rock and just plain trippiness into a guitar sound that will never be equaled makes him one of the most admired musicians of the 20th century. This compilation has all the big radio hits, including the classics Purple Haze, All Along the Watchtower, Voodoo Child, Crosstown Traffic, Foxy Lady, and album gems like the lovely Angel, making it a nice, quick introduction to a one-of-a-kind guitar player and musician.
Band Name Jimi Hendrix. Data de lançamento 05 Setembro 1967. Labels The Swingin' Pig Records. Estilo de MúsicaPsychedelic Rock. Membros têm este álbum5. Recorded Live at Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden, 05/09/1967.
2010 compilation album by Jimi Hendrix. Fire: The Jimi Hendrix Collection. Compilation album by. Jimi Hendrix. Released on June 7, 2010, the album features 20 songs from throughout the career of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Hendrix as a solo musician, including "Valleys of Neptune", only officially released on the album of the same name in March 2010. Released by CMG, the album is named after the Experience song "Fire", originally released on the band's debut album Are You Experienced in 1967. Are You Experienced (1967).
the jimi hendrix experience sounding off again now, With one of jimi'S own called 'fire'". You don't care for me. I Don't care about that. I Have only one burnin' desire. Let me stand next to your fire.
Alright, now listen, baby. You don't care for me I don'-a care about that Gotta new fool, ha! I like it like that. I have only one burning desire Let me stand next to your fire Let me stand next to your fire. Listen here, baby and stop acting so crazy You say your mum ain't home, it ain't my concern, Just play with me and you won't get burned. I have only one itching desire Let me stand next to your fire Let me stand next to your fire
Fire by Jimi Hendrix song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position. This was the song he was (appropriately) playing when he set it on fire for the first time. It happened at a concert in London in March 1967, two months before the Are You Experienced? album was released. Hendrix was low on the bill (below Engelbert Humperdinck), and looking to garner some media attention. When he ignited his guitar, he created a buzz that grew to a roar as his career took off. Hendrix set fire to his guitar once again at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967. At that show, he didn't do the bit during "Fire," he did it after playing "Wild Thing
|2||The Wind Cries Mary||3:41|
|3||Burning Of The Midnight Lamp||3:59|
|6||Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)||7:23|
|8||Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band||1:52|
|9||Sunshine Of Your Love||4:19|
|12||Star Spangled Banner||3:04|