JIMI HENDRIX-THE CRY OF LOVE AND RAINBOW BRIDGE.
It was around 11a.m. on the 18th September 1970, that Jimi Hendrix was found unresponsive at an apartment in the Samarkand Hotel, in Notting Hill, London. 3,149 more words
Dark Hall Mansion is so very excited to share one of their absolute favorite releases ever, Max Dalton’s “The Jimi Hendrix Experience.”
Dark Hall Mansion, under license from Authentic Hendrix, will release 3 very special, limited, and select edition prints of Max’s interpretation of Jimi Hendrix within a particularly intimate and quite unusual setting. 147 more words
On October 23, 1966, “The Jimi Hendrix Experience” recorded their first single “Hey Joe”, at “De Lane Lea” studios in London. “Hey Joe” is an American popular song from the 1960′s (some sources give credits to Billy Roberts as the song author) that has become a rock standard and as such has been performed in different musical styles by number of different artists since it was first written. 32 more words
This week on I Fucking Love That Band, Dave reviews Axis: Bold as Love by The Jimi Hendrix Experience. One of the greatest psychedelic rock albums of all time, … 34 more words
And here it is. The best of the best. It was almost impossible for me to narrow down my favorite Hendrix songs for this list (believe me, I initially planned to cut this list to 15, and there was no chance), but I feel pretty solid about the 18 I was able to reduce it to. 224 more words