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Guitar Legends - Jimi Hendrix

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Forty years after his death, the spirit of guitar legend Jimi Hendrix lives on. Guitar Legends: Jimi Hendrix collects some of the greatest interviews and articles on the electric guitar genius, from an in-depth history, to the inside story on the making of his classic albums, to his final interview, conducted just days before his death. Also includes full transcriptions (with bass lines) of Spanish Castle Magic and Angel. Jam-packed with classic photos and revealing stories, this special collector's issue captures the amazing legacy of the brilliant and influential guitarist. 

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Content includes:
The 2010 Anthology: A wealth of previously unreleased material from Jimi Hendrix's short but brilliant career comes to light in the new four-CD anthology, West Coast Seattle Boy.
Inside Tracks: Hendrix recording engineer Eddie Kramer tells the stories behind Jimi's albums.
Jimi Hendrix Meets the Monkees: Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork reflect on their 1967 tour with rock's greatest showman.
The Making of Are You Experienced: Shunned, ignored and misunderstood in the United States, Jimi Hendrix traveled to England, where he set London on fire and recorded a rock masterpiece.
The Making of Electric Ladyland: It took countless hours to record and led both his bassist and manager to abandon him. But more than 40 years later, Electric Ladyland lives on as Jimi Hendrix's greatest triumph and one of rock and roll's most vital albums.
Jimi's Final Gig: Billed as Europe's answer to Woodstock, the ironically titled Love + Peace Festival was marred by appalling weather, marauding Hells Angels and fire. It was also the last gig that Jimi Hendrix ever played.
The Last Interview: Seven days before his death, Jimi Hendrix reflected on his hopes and aspirations. It would be his final interview.
Hendrix Lives: In a Guitar Legends exclusive, the reclusive 67-year-old Jimi Hendrix reflects on his four-decade career in music.

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