Angel (Jack Johnson Cover)

From Maui, to my loving wife, with love. 


Hendrix & SRV Tribute – SoulPower live at Neck of the Woods Open Mic, San Francisco. Nov 11, 2015.

Our Jimi Hendrix & SRV has finally come to life in San Francisco! We’ve played at Neck of the Woods Open Mic, a very cool venue at SF, where artists like John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy and Metallica played between others.

We were selected to be the featured band on Wed, November 18, being able to play with the full band on a 30 minutes show. Amazing!

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Jimi Hendrix – Bold as Love (Guitar cover) – Martín Alcalá Rubí

Jimi Hendrix – Bold as Love (Guitar cover) – Martín Alcalá Rubí – Damoosic Pre Recording sessions for the multi-instrumental video.

Bold as Love is a really amazing Hendrix tune, from many perspectives. Lyrics as well as music are wonderful, definitely one of Jimi’s geniality demonstrations as creative and composer.

The lyrics describe a ride, and probably some personal issues using colors as metaphors. Purple, Green, Yellow, Blue, Turquoise, Red, Orange, Yellow, and finally the composition: The rainbow. Very ludic and creative form of expression.

From the musical analysis it also shines. Typical Hendrix’s paraphrasing and fighting-with-the-tempo phrasings are used along different parts as in “My red is so confident that he flashes trophies of war, and ribbons of euphoria”. You really get to understand the difficulty to interpret it when you try to play it and sing it at the same time. Not even mentioning the prowess of singing the song, and playing at the same time like Mayer does in his version. My goodness, you’ll need two brains for that.

Studying the guitar playing of the song in very interesting. Lots of counterpoints with the flowing lyrics that match flawlessly. I think that the phrase that most surprises me is the semi arpeggio or scale bordering done in A major at the beginning of the bridge. It’s son uncomfortable to play but sounds so wonderful.

What are your thougts about this wonderful song? interpretations? other versions cooler than Mayer’s on the web?