The deceivingly titled In Concert is one of the many posthumous collections of material culled from extremely different periods of Jimi Hendrix's career. All of the recordings presented on In Concert surface on other slightly better organized collections. The absence of recording dates, bandmember credits, and the misspelling of Hendrix's name in the song credits further the notion that this 1972 album was simply an exploitative product to cash in on the interest of Hendrix in the years following his death. Included are early Hendrix recordings as sideman with Lonnie Youngblood, as well as the track "Peoples, Peoples," sometimes referred to as "Bleeding Heart," a jam from an improvised Greenwich Village club session with Johnny Winter and a wasted Jim Morrison.
AllMusic Review by Jeff Schwachter