The only two similarities are that both songs are by the "Jimi Hendrix Experience" and are both off the "Electric Ladyland" album. "Voodoo Chile" goes for about 15 minutes and is very laid back and bluesy. "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" has completely different lyrics, has a much more hard rock feel to it and features Steve Winwood on organ and goes for about 5 minutes. The book "Jimi Hendrix - Electric Gypsy" gives lengthy explanations of both songs.
No. The current president of Chile is Sebastian Pinera.
There are many towns around the world that are named Sewell. Two of the common locations are Sewell in Chile and Sewell in New Jersey. The town in Chile is known for its mining.
Voodoo Chile was created on 1968-05-02.
Voodoo Child is a fairly slow blues song. "on the night i was born...the moon ita turned a fire red." vs. Voodoo Chile (light return) is the popular "Well I stand up next to a mountain and I chop it down with the edge of my hand."
That's chile, not child. He most definitely was using voodoo to coax the sounds he made out of the equipment he used. He was a "magic boy" who could play remembered jazz and R&B lines note for note. He was "Experienced", "not necessarily stoned, but beautiful". He burned his already on fire guitar as sacrifice to the music he loved. If that ain't voodoo, than what is? ( In the blues version it is Chile. The rockin' "Slight Return" it's Child)
Sounds of the guitar effects like Wah Wah pedal, Octavio, and Fuzz Face were used in the song Voodoo Chile.
Santiago, Chile is 1 hour ahead of Eastern Time
Jim Hendrix wrote the song "Voodoo Chile". It appeared on his album Electric Ladyland and was recorded in 1968. Their are other musicians who are featured in the song and because of that, the recording of this song has been known as a studio jam.
I believe it 4 hours behind UK
well rural life would be life in a country side of Chile and mostly out of santiagois sooo FLAT.And urban life would be when you live in a city so there is a difference between living in a farm than a city.
First of all, know the difference between Chile (the country) and chili (the pepper). Like any other country that has soil, yes they do grow chilis but they are not widely used in the Chile diet.
The country between Chile and Uruguay is Argentina.
There is 1 hour of difference between Santiago and Minneapolis. Example: Santiago (23:00) -- Minneapolis (22:00)