Guitarists all over England were in awe when they saw Jimi Hendrix -- a then 24 year old prodigy -- play for the first time on their soil. Sept. 24, 1966, marks his arrival in London, an experience that would forever change rock history.
The latest offering from the estate of Jimi Hendrix, 'Miami Pop Festival,' is set to come out Nov. 5 on CD and a limited-edition two-LP set. Legacy Recordings have revealed its cover artwork (left) and the track listing (see below).
One of the great "what-ifs" in rock history just got even greater. A newly uncovered telegram shows that Jimi Hendrix had asked Paul McCartney to play bass in a proposed recording session with legendary jazz trumpeter Miles Davis and drummer Tony Williams.
We all know that Jimi Hendrix is one of the best guitar players of all time. He's a commercial and critical success and that success was cut too short with his death in 1970. Four decades after his passing, his success now may eclipse what he did back then.
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