Jimi Hendrix is a 1973 music documentary that was made three years after the rock icon's death. Directed by Joe Boyd, John Head and Gary Weis, the film includes excerpts from live concert performances from the Monterrey Pop Festival, Berkeley, Woodstock, Fillmore East, and the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival. Some of the tracks on the documentary include "Purple Haze," "Star Spangled Banner," "Machine Gun II," "Red House," "Hey Joe," "Like A Rolling Stone," "Hear My Train A Comin," and "In From the Storm." The film features interviews with Hendrix' family and friends, who recount their experiences with Jimi and why they regard him as the most gifted guitarist in history. Also included are performances by other rockers such as Eric Clapton, Mick Jagger, Buddy Miles, Little Richard, Lou Reed, Pete Townsend, Germaine Greer, Eddie Kramer, and Hendrix' father, James "Al" Hendrix. A completely remixed and remastered version of the original documentary was released in 1999.