Throughout, the era-defining yet problem-plagued music festival astounds in large part for all the disasters that didn’t occur.
Listen closely enough to Both Sides of the Sky, the third Jimi Hendrix collection released this decade, and you may hear the bottom of a barrel being scraped.
The film is made impetuously watchable and disarmingly emotional by the filmmakers’ strong command of docudrama and nonfiction narrative style.
People, Hell and Angels comprises 12 tracks that pop with an electricity born of Hendrix’s sense of forward motion.
The more times one sees The Red Light Bandit, the funnier it gets.