I and other people who are already Hendrix fans- particularly the musicians among us- will appreciate and enjoy this. The performance is pretty tight and solid all-around.
However- and this is especially the case for most younger, "newer generation" listeners for whom this may be an introduction to Hendrix- being a live performance by a trio, it can sound as if something's a bit missing, compared to studio creations with layers of overdubs and additional instruments, or live performances with additional players and instruments, looping, sequencers, etc.
For context of that, I present that I recently played Rush's live album Exit, Stage Left for someone who'd never even heard of them, and he was amazed and impressed that so much sound was coming from three people performing live. Hendrix' studio masterpieces might be a better introduction for newer generations.
It may be difficult for some to understand the historical significance of Jimi Hendrix and his guitar playing.
Yes, almost all of it can be traced back to influences. The synthesis of all those influences was unique and ground breaking.
When All Along The Watchtower hit the radio waves, there was nothing to compare it to, the solo section in the middle of the song still inspires all these decades later.
A gargantuan masterpiece for the ages! If I had to choose one single song
as a representative example of Rock Music for, say, an alien civilization or peoples from a distant future, apocalyptically brooding though it may be, that shining moment and great achievement just might be my choice...
There truly was "Pre-Hendirx Guitar Playing" and "Post-Hendrix Guitar Playing."
That's really very genuinely true.