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Things You May Not Know About Jimi Hendrix – All That Jazz. [VIDEO]

 

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The next album after ‘Electric Ladyland’ that Jimi was planning was to have a special guest on it.

Jimi had big plans to record it with the great Miles Davis (trumpeter), Davis’s music was heavily influenced by Hendrix that he was blowing off his traditional jazz for jazz-fusion which you can hear on his album ‘Bitches Brew’ (1970).

Miles and Jimi agreed to the laid out terms of the collaboration but Jimi died before the album got under way.

Miles Davis “Bitches Brew Full Album”:

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