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JIMI HENDRIX THE MAN WHO CHANGED MUSIC.

 JIMI HENDRIX  THE MAN WHO CHANGED MUSIC.

On the 4th of July 1970, Jimi Hendrix journeyed 100 miles south of Atlanta. His destination was the second Atlanta International Pop Festival, which was being billed as the second Woodstock. 2,523 more words

Rock

Weekly Vinyl – Jimi

Electric Ladyland
Jimi Hendrix Experience
(1968)

Ha ha ha…
What an album.
What a guitarist.
But he, Jimi, is more than just a guitarist.
There is so much passion here. 129 more words

Weekly Vinyl

The Hendrix Flat Opens

“Well I never been to England
But I kinda like the Beatles
Songwriter: Hoyt Axton Song Lyrics: Never Been To Spain

We long to visit London, England one day. 321 more words

Composer

"Where the locals go": Frenchmen Art Market & Electric Ladyland

Located on Frenchmen Street, the Frenchmen Art Market and Electric Ladyland can be found in the heart of the city, right off from The French Quarter. 363 more words

New Orleans

die when you die - gg allin

Lemmy wasn’t that much of a shocker, was it? He’s been deteriorating for the last few years and it’s a tribute to his cast iron constitution that he made it to his seventieth birthday, beating Mick Farren, who ‘only’ made it to sixty-nine, in the process. 367 more words

Music

Albums of the Month: December 2015

Album: Blood on the Tracks

Artist: Bob Dylan

Released: January 20th, 1975

Highlights: Tangled Up in Blue, You’re a Big Girl Now, If You See Her Say Hello, Shelter from the Storm… 2,276 more words

Albums Of The Month

A Stop on the Hippie Trail

In the late 1960’s Amsterdam became a kind of mandatory stopover for hippies during their wanderings towards the mystic realms in the East. These new-age travelers would sleep for a few days in the Vondelpark, meet in the Dam Square right in front of the National Monument, and explore the rich counterculture of the city. 149 more words