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Hendrix & Voodoo Child [Slight Return]

From Electric Ladyland (1968).

Jimi Hendrix (guitar), Noel Redding (bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums). A Hendrix retrospective is long overdue. I think no-one has ever caught up with what Hendrix was doing here on guitar.

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The Electric Church High Priests - Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Miles, and Carlos Santana

Electric Church was a belief held by Jimi Hendrix’s knowledge that electric music (such as Jimi’s band, The Jimi Hendrix Experience created) brings out emotions, feelings and ideas in people as well as fosters spiritual maturity. 404 more words

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Moon, my Oil Painting is on Fire.

I got to class 40 minutes late today… but I have a good excuse!

I was at home working on a painting titled My Bathroom Wall Raven and the Helicopter  93 more words

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Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower (1968)

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‘All Along the Watchtower’ had been released by Bob Dylan on his John Wesley Harding album just six months earlier, when the Hendrix hurricane hit. 30 more words

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Rock Chronology #85: Voodoo Child

“Voodoo Child (Slight Return)”, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 1968.

It doesn’t get any better than this. This song comes from the amazing, chart-topping, double album… 37 more words

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Rock Chronology #77: Crosstown Traffic

“Crosstown Traffic”, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 1968.

Here is another single from the double album Electric Ladyland. While the single only peaked at #52 in the US and #37 in the UK, the album peaked at #1 in the US (#6 in the UK). 13 more words

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