Nearly three decades after his untimely death in September 1970, Jimi Hendrix's legendary performances with the Band of Gypsy's remain one of his most impressive achievements. The revolutionary impact Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles had upon the boundaries and definitions of rock, R&B, and funk can be traced to four concerts over the course of two evenings. The story of this ground breaking music is told here in interviews with Jimi, and for the first time, all four of his band mates, Mitch Mitchell, Noel Redding, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles. Among those also contributing are Lenny Kravitz, Vernon Reid, Slash and original engineer Eddie Kramer. 'Jimi Hendrix: Live at the Filmore East' features the only known color and black and white rare footage of the group in concert, including 'Machine Gun' , 'Who Knows', 'Izabella', 'Fire', 'Foxey Lady', and a musical soundtrack which exclusively includes additional performances from guitarist's December 31, 1969 and January 1, 1970 concerts which have not been included as part of 'Band of Gypsys' or 'Jimi Hendrix: Live at the Filmore East'. Complete with new interviews and rare archival footage, this 'Jimi Hendrix: Live at the Fillmore East' special edition features additional material never broadcast on television or home video. In addition to the full length documentary, fans can hear unreleased music, see Fillmore East concert footage without interruption, and view rare photographs from one of the greatest rock concerts of all time. This acclaimed video program provides new insights into some of the most exciting and influential music this celebrated guitarist ever created.