Posts tagged Jimi Hendrix


Early Jimi Hendrix Recordings as Curtis Knight Member Receiving Official Release

July 19, 2014
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Jimi Hendrix has been the subject of a plethora of posthumous releases following his death in 1970. Aside from his original three staple studio albums (1967’s ‘Are You Experienced,’ 1967’s ‘Axis: Bold as Love’ and 1968’s ‘Electric Ladyland’), a dozen compilations of previously unreleased studio recordings and more than twenty live albums and official bootlegs have found there way onto the shelves of dedicated Hendrix collectors.


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Jimi Hendrix, ‘People, Hell and Angels’ – Tablature Book Review

May 1, 2014
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Chances are that after releasing three acclaimed studio albums within your lifetime, by the eleventh post-humorous album of unreleased material any reservoir of demo recordings would have been depleted. However, in the case of Jimi Hendrix, there was still enough potential and material remaining to comprise the staggering twelfth album following his death.


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Jimi Hendrix, ‘People, Hell and Angels’ – Album Review

March 19, 2013
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Jimi Hendrix: he’s considered to be one of the most influential guitarists to ever walk the face of the Earth. In his short time here, he spawned three revolutionary and highly praised studio albums, ‘Are You Experienced’, ‘Axis: Bold As Love’, and ‘Electric Ladyland’: all three of which proudly showcased Jimi’s tempestuous guitar playing and masterful use of effects and unrivaled songwriting.


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Jimi Hendrix, ‘Are You Experienced’ – Tablature Book Review

March 18, 2013
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One of rock and roll guitar’s first leading innovators, Jimi Hendrix had the power to pick up the guitar and make mind blowing music that was completely unrivaled in complexity and technique for the time. Such mind blowing music that has continued to appeal to music fans from every generation since, and still can give the listener chills.


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