Jimi Hendrix: Interviews and Reviews 1967-71

Jimi Hendrix Interviews and Reviews Jimi Hendrix Interviews and Reviews is a blast through the best music journalism written during the lifetime of the great guitarist most of which has not been accessible to the public since i

  • Title: Jimi Hendrix: Interviews and Reviews 1967-71
  • Author: Michael Lydon Loraine Alterman Jacoba Atlas Geoffrey Cannon Charles Shaar Murray Sheila Weller Chris Welch Keith Altham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jimi Hendrix Interviews and Reviews 1967 71 is a blast through the best music journalism written during the lifetime of the great guitarist, most of which has not been accessible to the public since it was first published A fascinating chronology of the guitarist s personal and musical development Ultimate Classic Rock An excellent document of the career of Jimi HendrJimi Hendrix Interviews and Reviews 1967 71 is a blast through the best music journalism written during the lifetime of the great guitarist, most of which has not been accessible to the public since it was first published A fascinating chronology of the guitarist s personal and musical development Ultimate Classic Rock An excellent document of the career of Jimi Hendrix as it unfolded and without any later hype and hysteria Louder Than WarArticles from Rolling Stone, the NME, Melody Maker, The New York Times, Record Mirror and Hullabaloo, reviews from The Guardian and Oz and a beautifully poignant obituary from The Times in the UK are all here All the essential pieces are included from the first reports of a new voice to the full transcript of Jimi s final interview, conducted just days before his death by Keith Altham, a long time friend, chronicler and interviewer Together they form an unparalleled portrait of one the decade s greatest stars These are the words that music fans would have pored over as they wore out the grooves of their Jimi Hendrix Experience LPs.This is truly necessary reading for any fan of Jimi Hendrix, RB, the music of the 60s and the electric guitar.

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