Special features include the 63-minute From Ukelele To The Strat, a featurette with family and friends reminiscing about Hendrix; The Making Of Dolly Dagger, a seven-minute breakdown of the mix with producer/engineer Eddie Kramer; and a six-minute clip of Stone Free, a never-before-seen performance.
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture is comprised of various film formats that are of, expectedly, varying qualities. Some segments are rife with source element artifacts like dirt and film grain. Others are clean, or smeared. Since most of what would be considered
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