Join host J.J. Jackson and Westwood One as they commemorate the 60th Birthday of Jimi Hendrix with this very special 90-minute radio documentary original aired on November 24, 2002. This special e dition of the Westwood One Superstar Concert Series highlights The Experience's final live performance in the UK on August 30, 1970 as part of the Isle Of Wight Festival Of Music.
Join host Dave Lawrence and Honolulu, Hawaii's only classic rock station, "The Big Kahuna" 105.9FM KAHA as they celebrate Jimi Hendrix's 60th birthday and the release of Blue Wild Angel: Jimi Hendrix Live At The Isle Of Wight. This exclusive two-hour radio broadcast aired November 11, 2002, featuring interviews with Billy Cox and Eddie Kramer plus music from throughout Hendrix's career with an emphasis on the Band Of Gypsys' performances at New York's Fillmore East Theatre.
Join host Red Beard as he invites Janie L. Hendrix into the studio to talk about Jimi Hendrix's early musical roots and inspirations. Learn how his parent's time in vaudeville helped shape one of rock's most enigmatic personas of all time. And, as a special treat, Janie delves behind the scenes to provide some special information on the May 2004 release of Power Of Soul: A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix. Don't miss the special 60 minute radio documentary originally broadcast through the Westwood One radio network during the weekend of October 25-26, 2003.
Join host Red Beard as he invites The Jimi Hendrix Experience's original drummer Mitch Mitchell into the studio to help celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the release of Electric Ladyland. Joining Mitch in the studio is Experience Hendrix's Catalog Manager, John McDermott. Together they recount the making of one of the most celebrated album releases of all time. Jimi Hendrix In The Studio's 2-hour presentation of "Electric Ladyland 35th Anniversary" was originally broadcast over a period of two weeks between December 22, 2003 and January 4, 2004.
Join host Gary Moore as he revisits The Jimi Hendrix Experience's incendiary American debut at the Monterey International Pop Festival in June 1967. Presented by Experience Hendrix, Media Mechanics and Universal Music, this 52-minute radio documentary takes the listener behind the music on one of the most historic live concerts in Rock history.
Forty years ago Jimi Hendrix returned to his native country and, in one fell swoop changed the musical landscape for all time. It was the galvanizing, US debut performance of The Jimi Hendrix Experience at The Monterey International Pop Festival that propelled Hendrix and his band mates, Mitch Mitchell and Noel Redding, to the top ranks of international rock royalty.
In November 2006, National Public Radio's [NPR] All Things Considered commemorated The Jimi Hendrix Experience's debut release, Are You Experienced following its induction into the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry ealier that year. What follows is a special 8-minute radio documentary that celebrates Are You Experienced as the greatest, most influential debut album ever.
Join host Gary Moore and he takes listeners through the making of The Jimi Hendrix Experience's third and final studio release, Electric Ladyland.
This exclusive 60-minute, 40th Anniversary Radio Special documents the making of the influential album and features interviews with Mitch Mitchell, Noel Redding, Eddie Kramer, Elvin Bishop, Velvert Turner and a host of others.