Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Jimi Hendrix would have been 70 years old this week!

Jimi's birthday was actually yesterday, so to celebrate the occasion check out this show from February 24th, 1969 at The Royal Albert Hall.

thanks, DangerousMinds

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  1. “The Mighty Grin of Mr. Jonnathon Allen Hendrix;”: by Writer Mr. Alexander Simon (
    While the … “Psychedelic rock is a style of rock music that is inspired or influenced by psychedelic culture and attempts to replicate and enhance the mind-altering experiences;” … and … “bridged the transition from early blues- and folk music-based rock to progressive rock;” the Washington D.C. … “Law enforcement authorities;” found a new exciting man who enjoyed poetry and raiding his rare guitar!! While not deferring a non-Com;’ Mr. Hendrix; choose a brief assignment in … “Army assigned him to the 101st Airborne Division and stationed him in Fort Campbell;” and sang with real US-Marines. And in friendly er; … “In September 1963; … “new band called the King Kasuals;” espied and a new and moving voice in the Rock-and-Roll dimension that rivaled the warm blues of Chicago!!
    Running on High: The Faze!
    “ … recorded by Jimi Hendrix in 1967, released as the second single by The Jimi Hendrix Experience in both the United Kingdom and the United States. It later appeared on the American version of the band's 1967 album Are You Experienced. "Purple Haze;” was … “January 11 and February 3, 1967 at De Lane Lea and Olympic Studios in London, England; and scored well!! 10-million albums were sold in nine days; ‘and that’s an experience;’ from a nice US-Marine support who did not die!! His best allies … “Jimi Hendrix arrived in England in September 1966 and with his new manager Chas Chandler formed a backing band with bassist Noel Redding and drummer Mitch Mitchell;” and set London in olde Pavilion with a new Song; then “Wired”!! The Experience raced with unknown lyrics then and won best Performance with English talent too!!
    Media and the Greedy Studio: The pace of rotten studio!
    “On the night of September 17, 1970, while living in London, Jimi took some sleeping pills, which were prescribed for his live-in girlfriend Monika Danneman. Sometime after midnight, Jimi threw up from an apparent allergic reaction to the pills and then passed out. Danneman, thinking him to be all right, went out to get cigarettes for them. When she returned, she found him lying where he collapsed, having inhaled his own vomit;” as with the false death of Mr. James Michael Morrison; … did a careful English support of a charming and non conniving talent … “ambulance, which took him to a nearby hospital, but Jimi Hendrix was pronounced dead a short while later without regaining consciousness. He was 27 years old; (?)!!
    Days and Gun at Hand: The new Experience!
    “In Austin, Texas I have real Calvary money in my Hand!! A new horse and the Gatling gun at hand!! Morbid; by lousy non Texan I move for Calvary;
    With real Money American in my Hand!! The War of Texas is now; move me across this careful American Stand!! A night; blue and red and crimson calm;
    With Purple eyes I see Calvary and welcome and raid near to me!!

    The Days and Gun at Hand; with Calvary my Horse moves well; and finds The New Experience; gunning across the land!! I study my gun at a Hand;
    And eat real Texan money a Steak and real Potato near; and my girl horse eats well too; the best drink all Texan clean and new!! 10 fiends sing lolly and drawl; as is incased a; rare Texan Gun; the Colt. 45 at Hand!! Burnt dead; as olde English wood; I win the Seven Star of Texas alone!!

    The Song is real Texan travel and so are all Detective in Rock!!

    Americans do care and so do the rare Bounty Hunters against communism!!

    Mr. James Hendrix is not a phony!! And never died!!

    AS: XXXXXXX!!!!!!!!