JimiHendrix.com features Frank Moriarty's analysis of the Jimi Hendrix Experience gigs in Texas 1968
JimiHendrix.com features Frank Moriarty’s analysis of the Jimi Hendrix Experience gigs in Texas 1968
Back when an official Jimi Hendrix magazine was in existence – and l-o-n-g before I started writing my book “Modern Listener Guide: Jimi Hendrix” – I contributed various features to the publication, known as “Experience Hendrix” – the same name as the family entity that controls Jimi’s estate. I received an email this morning from Experience Hendrix calling attention to an analysis of the Jimi Hendrix Experience in Texas, now featured on their website. Yep, it’s mine, from a couple of decades ago. Enjoy!
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