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Jimi Hendrix: Like A Rolling Stone CD Single
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Jimi Hendrix: Like A Rolling Stone CD Single

Limited edition CD Single commemorating the September 2011 release of Winterland is available exclusively from and select independent record stores throughout the United States. This 2-track CD Single features the exclusive appearance of the live recording of “Spanish Castle Magic” recorded on October 11, 1968; plus a stunning performance of "Like A Rolling Stone" as featured on the deluxe Winterland box set.
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Release Date: August 23, 2011
Record Label: Experience Hendrix / Legacy Recordings
Format: CD Single
Discs: 1 Disc

Track Listing:

1. Spanish Castle Magic [previously unreleased]
(Recorded Live at the Winterland Ballroom, October 11, 1968)

2. Like A Rolling Stone
(Recorded Live at the Winterland Ballroom, October 10, 1968)
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