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HEY!! After more than 4 years since this video was uploaded... We have real GREAT NEWS:
On one hand ABKCO released a deluxe and superdeluxe versions of Get Yer Ya Ya's Out with portions of this footage in very good quality and with AUDIO!!!, DVD and CDs of unreleased material and the opening acts; on the other hand, Sony Music Entertainment / Experience Hendrix LLC released for the first time the background music of this video in the box set "West Coast Seattle Boy"!!!! Go to any place to buy THEM!
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This is the original video, there are some unauthorized copies of this video here on YouTube but in less quality as they downloaded and uploaded this one.
NOW THE ORIGINAL VIDEO DESCRIPTION:
At 2:32 You will see Jimi playing a guitar duet with Mick Taylor.
At 5:50 You will be listening a conversation between Jimi Hendrix and Keith Richards, this is the only portion with the original audio. See below for a transcript of the conversation courtesy of YouTube user "limeginger"
This is Jimi Hendrix celebrating his last birthday backstage with the Rolling Stones at the Madison Square Garden in New York City on November 27, 1969.
Background music is "MY LITTLE ONE" recorded by Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones (sitar), Dave Mason from Traffic (sitar and bass) and Jimi and Mitch Mitchell from the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Recorded at the Olympic Studios in London on October 5, 1967.
TRANSCRIPT COURTESY OF YOUTUBE USER "LIMEGINGER"
[5:51-5:54] Black guy [to Keith]: Well, like, no reaction. He went back to what he was talking about, so...
[5:54-5:56] Keith: Well, y'know, it's cool, y'know I, I [inaudible] we'll get it together.
[5:55-5:58] Black guy: Yeah yeah Ok (exits)
[6:00-6:07] Jimi: Been watching too many formal dinner parties on TV. Everybody HAS to do this. You HAVE to say [mock ass-kissing, bowing and scraping] "Oh yes, Mr richards--"
[6:07-6:12: laughter - inaudible chit chat]
[6:15-6:18] Jimi: D'you know--? nah, I shouldn't ask [scratching his head, laughing]
[6:18-6:20: Keith and Jimi laughter]
[6:19-6:26] Jimi: I dunno that's a big [inaudible] ever since I seen you Monday. Have--? When's last t-ttime you see- s-seen [clears throat]. Naaah, I shouldn't--
[6:25-6:26] Keith: [inaudible]
[6:26-6:27] Jimi: No. What was the last time you seen Linda?
[6:28-6:34] Keith: Oh, man, a long time ago. I mean, I tell ya, uh, some time last summer in--
[6:34] Jimi: Yeah...
[6:35-6:38] Keith: --on the coast [inaudible]
[6:38-6:39] Jimi: Oh, that far? You ain't seen her here?
[6:39-6:44] Keith: I haven't seen her for [inaudible]...You?
[6:44-6:45] Jimi: No. No...
[6:46-6:48] Laughter - Keith smooshes affectionately into Jimi.
[6:48-6:53] Keith gets up and walks away
[6:48-6:51] Jimi: I been watching too much TV too.
[6:54-7:01] Jimi sits smoking.
For more information, pictures and everything about Jimi with the Rolling Stones, with much more about the takes of "My Little One", check http://rocksoff.org/jimi.htm