100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s ‘Are You Experienced’ (1967)
debut albums go, not many can match the brilliance of the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s Are You Album” below to explore each album or view the full album index here. THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE divided up into two eras: before and after Jimi Hendrix.” For a debut album to be considered a classic Jimi Hendrix 100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s ‘Are You Experienced’ (1967)
Remembering Bo Diddley Today on What Would Have Been His 88th Birthday (12/30/28)
from blues music to rock & roll, influencing a host of legendary acts including Buddy Holly, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and The Rolling Stones to name a few. He introduced more insistent, driving
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 50 Years of the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s ‘Are You Experienced’
up into two eras: before and after Jimi Hendrix.” Give Are You Experienced another spin, but this Happy 50th Anniversary to the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s debut album Are You Experienced, originally released May 12, 1967. The Jimi Hendrix Experience burst onto the scene with the release of their Jimi Hendrix was, it made me think. For years, I was not really hearing Jimi. The more I learned about Hendrix’s assembled trio work. From the opening chords of “Purple Haze,” you knew The Jimi Hendrix Experience TRIBUTE: Celebrating 50 Years of the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s ‘Are You Experienced’
PLAYLIST: Portrait of the Artist Volume 4 – Chet Baker
Billboard, when asked about Baker’s influence relative to other recent film subjects Davis and Jimi Hendrix (2014 ’s Jimi: All Is By My Side). “Chet wasn’t on that level, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t
Happy 50th Birthday to Billy Corgan, Born March 17, 1967
, Corgan's wild, Jimi Hendrix-esque playing was an integral part of the early-Pumpkins sound. With each
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Jimi Hendrix. Additionally, his songs have been recorded by numerous artists in the realms of both R&B
Happy Birthday to Stevie Nicks, Born May 26, 1948
became a popular attraction on the West Coast music scene, opening for Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and
Happy Birthday to André 3000, Born May 27, 1975
shows over the course of his career, his role as Jimi Hendrix in Oscar-winner John Ridley's All Is by My
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lifeblood pumping with vigor. Another standout is Sting’s cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing,” ably
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Difference Is Why” and “When the Morning Turns to Night.” “Stop Draggin’ Around” pours Jimi Hendrix’s guitar
INTERVIEW: André Cymone Embraces Music at the Forefront of His Reality
tastes: a potpourri of the Motown Sound, Jimi Hendrix and psychedelic rock combined with Cymone
Happy Birthday to Lenny Kravitz, Born May 26, 1964
Hendrix, Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield, Bob Marley, and the Beatles for inspiration. Kravitz found discarded his Prince-like approach and looked back to such '60s/'70s classic rockers as Led Zeppelin, Jimi
Happy Birthday to Chaka Khan, Born March 23, 1953
, including tracks by Prince, Jimi Hendrix and Joni Mitchell. Khan has only recorded occasionally in
Remembering Freddie Mercury Today on What Would Have Been His 71st Birthday (Born 9/5/46)
enrolled in the Ealing College of Art and fell under the spell of guitar wizard Jimi Hendrix. It was
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fueled by his residence in the UK, rather than his homeland. Just as Jimi Hendrix and other artists in
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Mathers LP, the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s Axis: Bold as Love, The Killers’ Hot Fuss, John Mayer’s
Happy 70th Birthday to Carlos Santana, Born July 20, 1947
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Favorite Things, Ornette Coleman’s Dancing In Your Head, Santana’s Caravanserai, Jimi Hendrix’s Band of there are ten Shakespeares that we’ve never heard of, twenty Jimi Hendrixes that never left home listener’s experience. So Jimi Hendrix, Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, the later period of The
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