Joe Pesci did not always play the role of a mobster.
Happy Easter to all Lifelines fans! (With thanks to Luigi Garuti)
Jimi having a good time. Photo by Dagmar. (With thanks to Luigi Garuti)
Peter Tork (The Monkees) enjoying Noel Redding's spine chilling bass vibrations during a show at the Shrine Auditorium, 10 February 1968. Photo by Kim Gottlieb.
B. B. King: “I think that Jimi Hendrix, while he was alive, became the number 1 rock and roll guitarist..” (With thanks to Luigi Garuti)
Jimi at Heathrow Airport, Summer 1968. (With thanks to Luigi Garuti)
Herb Boers: “After the break to change the stage around, the DJ came back out: “And now, with Noel Redding on bass, Mitch Mitchell on drums, and of course Jimi Hendrix on lead—the Jimi Hendrix Experience!” As I remember it, they broke right into “Fire,” without the tuning up and messing around that seemed to blunt the impact of their taking the stage on many of the concert recordings I have heard (although Jimi did spend a lot of time tuning up between numbers). I also seem to remember a curtain going up, but I could well be mistaken about both of these things.” More here. — (With thanks to Luigi Garuti)
“… oh my god, footage of Jimi Hendrix, standing on the tarmac of Love Field with bandmates Mitch Mitchell and Noel Redding on April 20, 1969, giving a great, relaxed interview to a very lucky Channel 8 reporter.” Found here.
For Canada's The Metal Voice, former Anthrax singer Neil Turbin (Deathriders, Bleed The Hunger) spoke with former Scorpions guitarist Uli Jon Roth at the Whisky in Los Angeles on February 21st, and they spoke about Jimi Hendrix' tragic death. Continued here.
With thanks to Ken Voss
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