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/
Songs For Groovy Children: The Fillmore East Concerts collects all four historic debut sets by Jimi Hendrix’s Band of Gypsys at New York’s historic Fillmore East.
Buy or listen now: https://jimihendrix.lnk.to/groovy
When Jimi Hendrix and his Band of Gypsys decided to cover the R&B song “Stop” at their debut concerts, they wanted to completely reinvent it, late drummer Buddy Miles said in a previously unreleased interview.Read more and watch at Ultimate Classic Rock.
Rolling Stone debuts the wild, unreleased recording of “Ezy Ryder” from 12/31/1969 (2nd Set). https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/jimi-hendrix-ezy-ryder-fillmore-east-913482
A previously unseen interview with the late Buddy Miles has arrived online, and it sees him discussing how he worked with Jimi Hendrix to create the now legendary “Machine Gun.” Watch now at NME.
StraxArt and Authentic Hendrix have joined together to release a limited edition collection of original Jimi Hendrix artwork, lyrics and photographs. Check out Ultimate Classic Rock for the behind-the-scenes scoop.
Jimi Hendrix, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year EP (12” Picture Disc)
As Christmas 1969 beckoned, Jimi Hendrix, bassist Billy Cox, and drummer Buddy Miles (christened as Band Of Gypsys by Hendrix) engaged in extensive rehearsals for their highly anticipated appearances at The Fillmore East in New York.
After More Than 50 Years The Jimi Hendrix Experience Returns To The Royal Albert Hall For A Cinematic World PremiereOct 3 2019
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One of the greatest and most anticipated, unseen treasures in musical history will finally be revealed next month in London. The Jimi Hendrix Experience: The Royal Albert Hall, a feature-length film that documents the last European performance of the original line up of the Jimi Hendrix Experience will be screened to the public for the very first time since it was shot 50 years ago at the very location where it was primarily filmed: London’s historic Royal Albert Hall.