Mass Destruction Monday | The infamous Jimi Hendrix "LuLu Show" appearance

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Here is a look at the full and unedited January 4, 1969 Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding & Mitch Mitchell (aka the Jimi Hendrix Experience band) infamous live appearance on the UK's live "LuLu Show." The band begins with "Voodoo Child" and was scheduled to play "Hey Joe" thereafter, and nothing else. But in vintage Jimi form Hendrix decided to play by his own rules. He stops in the middle of the song and begins to play Cream's "Sunshine Of Your Love" in honor of the Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce break up. As a result Jimi and the...

From the Basement | Radiohead live at the BBC Studios

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It's pretty hard to argue the point that Radiohead is not the greatest progressive-art-rock group ever assembled. Here's an example why - A live performance of their track "The National Anthem" off of their 2000 album Kid A from back in '08 during a recorded "BBC Studios" live session. For all of the "techno-electro pop smoke, mirrors, bells & whistles" employed by Radiohead and their long-time producer and collaberat0r Nigel Goodrich in crafting any one of their LPs, they always seem to manage to sound just as good if not better when live.