Why Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Red House’ Was Cut From U.S. Editions of ‘Are You Experienced’

When Jon Landau weighed in on the debut Jimi Hendrix album in Rolling Stone, he couldn’t praise “Red House” hugely more than enough. Aside from some glowing words and phrases for “Hey Joe” and “The Wind Cries Mary,” Landau higher than all wanted additional from exactly where “Red House” came.

“On ‘Red House,’ the only straight blues he has recorded, [Hendrix] establishes himself as an absolute master of that musical variety,” Landau wrote in Rolling Stone in November ’67. “This easy minor blues is the most interesting reduce he’s nonetheless recorded.”

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