Tag Archive: Jimi Hendrix


Jimi Hendrix – 12 String Blues

 

 

 

 

Published on Nov 2, 2012

” Mr. Jimi Hendrix with his 12 string acoustic guitar. Filmed in widescreen. A very clear image of Jimi and his guitar work.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jimi Hendrix & B B King Jam Live @ Generation Club NYC 1968

 

 

 

How Dead Pop Stars Might Look Now If They Were Still Alive, In Pictures

 

 

What dead pop stars would look like now

 

 

 

” If Elvis Presley was alive he would be celebrating his 80th birthday on January 8th. Here is a selection of Photoshopped images of other dead pop stars and how they might look if they were still alive today.

The king of rock ‘n’ roll died on August 16, 1977 aged 42 at Graceland, his mansion in Memphis.”

 

 

    The Telegraph has the photos of Elvis and many others as they may have appeared in their dotage . Check it out here .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Dose Of Blues 10.25.14

The British Blues Boom Of The 60’s (Jeff Beck,Eric Clapton,Jimi Hendrix & Jimmy Page)

 

 

 

 

Published on Jan 22, 2013

” The start of the British Blues Scene in The U.K.

Brithish Blues http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_…
Jeff Beck http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Beck
Eric Clapton http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Cla…
Jimmy Page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Page
Jimi Hendrix http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimi_hen…
1:39 The Crossroads Blues http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_Ro…
2:45 New Castle,England (Eric Burdon)
5:06 Belfast,Ireland (Van Morrison)
6:35 London (The Stones)
7:09 Chess Records and Pye Records
7:48 Cyril Davies & Alexis Korner of Blues Incorporated (The Ealing Club)
8:41 John Mayall and Eric Burdon talk about Alexis Korner
9:55 Keith Richards meets Mick Jagger at a train station
10:30 Brian Jones
11:26 Giorgio Gomelsky talks about the Stones
12:55 Mick Jagger & Bill Wyman talk about Andrew Loog Oldham
15:25 Gomelsky signs The Yardbirds to a contract.
18:03 Van Morrison Interview
18:53 The Animals
23:03 The Rolling Stones arrive at Chess Records
24:01 John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton
24:52 Jeff Beck joins The Yardbirds after leaving The Tridents.
27:42 Brian Jones and Mick Jagger introduce Howlin’ Wolf
28:44 John Mayall interview
29:08 The Stones begin to lose Brian.
30:40 Jimmy Page interview
31:33 Jeff Beck talks about Jimmy Page during the Yardbirds years.
32:50 Cream is formed
34:11 Robert Johnson
34:45 In 1966 The Animals were crumbling. Chas then found Jimi Hendrix at The Cafe Wah?, thanks to Linda Keith,in July 1966. Jimi wanted to meet Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton if he goes to London. Chas said if the powers be you will.
38:00 Chas recruits Noel Redding to play bass for Hendrix
39:23 Chas and Noel talk about how Jimi got his sound.
42:36 Eric Burdon Interview about Hendrix
43:48 Jeff Beck talks about Jimi Hendrix and Hendrix tells Jeff how he stole a lick from Happenings Ten Years Time Ago and used it on Foxy Lady.
45:21 Hendrix at Monterey
46:08 Led Zeppelin Willie Dixon-You Need Love became “Whole Lotta Love”.
52:13 Robert Plant talks about his personal Blues hero Tommy Johnson “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Willie Dixon, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, James Brown Achieving Postage Stamps

 

 

 

 

” The United States Postal Service is unveiling new stamps that will be rolled out in the next two years, According to a The Washington Post. Included in the subjects are Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and James Brown, who’s the focus of a biopic movie entitled “Get On Up” to be released this summer. The artwork is still “in design development”.

 

 

 

 

” The document from The Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee, which evaluates potential subjects for postage stamps and reports it’s recommendations to the Postmaster General, reveals several focuses of it’s “Music Icons” series that have been slated for future stamps. Among them are Clarksdale, Mississippi-native and soul icon Sam Cooke, influential jazz pianist Fats Waller, John Lennon, and widely influential blues songwriter and musician Willie Dixon, among others.”

 

 

 

 

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 New Jimi Hendrix Single, ‘Somewhere’

 

 

 

” Named the Greatest Guitarist of All Time by Rolling Stone, Jimi Hendrix’s unparalleled technical know-how and experimental sensibility made him a star until his premature death at age 27 and a legend afterward.

“People, Hell & Angels,” an album of previously unreleased Hendrix songs recorded between 1968 and 1969, is due out March 5th (track list below). Rolling Stone said the album’s first single, “Somewhere,” “suggests his most complex work may have only been ahead of him.” “

The tracks:

1. “Earth Blues”
2. “Somewhere”
3. “Hear My Train a Comin'”
4. “Bleeding Heart”
5. “Let Me Move You”
6. “Izabella”
7. “Easy Blues”
8. “Crash Landing”
9. “Inside Out”
10. “Hey Gypsy Boy”
11. “Mojo Man”
12. “Villanova Junction Blues”

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