Long before iTunes and YouTube, "musicians" had to actually make good whole albums and you bought them. Now, you hear a song and choose to download it and maybe a few others if you were into it. I almost never buy "Greatest Hits" or compilations as you tend to miss the artists vision... Except for this. In 1986, 16 years after his death, Jimi Hendrix's release of live material featuring covers of The Star Spangled Banner and Johnny B. Good is a great addition for any fan of his work. This soundtrack, Johnny B. Good, is better than you could imagine especially if respect that he was the greatest guitarist who ever played. Why aren't you listening to this on vinyl? You're welcome.