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Army basic training in California. Well I wait around the train station, waitin' for that train Waitin' for that train to take me, from this lonesome town have mercy Well now the city's put me through some changes, Lord my girl put me down .
After an energetic guitar solo, Hendrix announces "Can you dig that, you see me gettin' it together, I'm tryin' to get my heart together that's all" and concludes by singing. And then I'm gonna come back to this town yeah yeah , and buy this town Might even give a piece to you yes indeed baby I'm just tryin' to get my heart back together, back together again . Here's a story that a lot of us have been through About a cat runnin' around town and his old lady, she don't want him around and a whole lot of people from across the tracks are puttin' him down.
And nobody don't want to face up to it but the cat might have somethin', only everybody's against him because the cat might be a little different.
So he goes on the road to be a Voodoo Child, come back to be a Magic Boy. Two takes were recorded, both lasting about five minutes. After a false start, he settles into the song, which biographer Keith Shadwick describes as " percent country blues In March , Hendrix recorded another impromptu performance of the song with Paul Caruso on harmonica, a friend from Hendrix's Greenwich Village days.
For subsequent versions, Hendrix gradually developed "Hear My Train A Comin'" from a shorter, blues-oriented number into a longer, improvisational piece with extended guitar soloing as he had done with "Voodoo Child". Hendrix performed a nine-minute version with the Gypsy Sun and Rainbows band at the Woodstock Festival on August 19, He solos with a distinctive flavour, for the most part entirely melodic rather than the usual fusion of chords, melody and outright sonic manipulation.
As with every great improviser he had his own distinctive melodic shapes, and a lot of them crop up here. Rate This. Season 27 Episode 5. All Episodes Director: Bob Smeaton. Added to Watchlist. For couchpotato. Seen Through Life Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin.