RIP “Little Richard.” Jimi Hendrix was a member of Little Richard’s backing bands “Royal Company” and “Upsetters.” In addition to touring, Hendrix recorded on the “I Don’t Know What You’ve Got But It’s Got Me” and “Dancing All Around The World” singles.
Watch “Ask Eddie Kramer, Presented By Gibson” as he tells many stories about Jimi Hendrix.
NOW AVAILABLE! Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Band of Gypsys original release with this limited edition all-analog edition vinyl anniversary edition.
Recorded while in search of a new direction, Jimi Hendrix’s Band Of Gypsys album has had a lasting impact on rock, funk, R&B and hip-hop. Visit uDiscover, which explores how Jimi Hendrix shaped the course of 70s Rock and beyond.
Jimi Hendrix’s Landmark Final Album, Band Of Gypsys, Celebrated With Remastered 50th Anniversary Vinyl EditionsFeb 6 2020
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Jimi Hendrix’s immortal 1970 live album, Band of Gypsys, is one of his most influential releases, with the charismatic guitar icon testing the bounds of his creative approach to produce some of the most ambitious music of his career.
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Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the historic Band of Gypsys concerts at the Fillmore East.
Sony Music Entertainment’s The Thread Shop Signs Agreement For Worldwide Jimi Hendrix Merchandising RightsDec 12 2019
The Thread Shop, the merchandising division of Sony Music Entertainment, today announced an agreement with Authentic Hendrix LLC and Experience Hendrix L.L.C. for the rights to design, develop and distribute exclusive Jimi Hendrix merchandise worldwide.
The Thread Shop will work closely with Authentic Hendrix and Experience Hendrix to create unique merchandise—including clothing, accessories and collectibles—in a new Hendrix-specific product line available through a variety of purchasing platforms, including pop-ups, brick & mortar retail, and online stores.
Each of us has felt like an outsider at some point in our lives. In the animated video Band of Gypsys: Music That Changed Lives, the Black culture critic and music historian Nelson George discusses how his journey as an outsider began when he listened to Jimi Hendrix as a youth in a 1970s Brownsville (Brooklyn) where rock-guitar music was not considered Black at all.
Jimi Hendrix lands on the cover of Record Collector News for writer Harvey Kubernik’s behind-the-scenes look at the new box set SONGS FOR GROOVY CHILDREN. Also features a new interview with Producer Eddie Kramer.
Read more at http://recordcollectornews.com/2019/12/hendrix/