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Rough Guide To Jimi Hendrix
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Rough Guide To Jimi Hendrix

Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format Text
Composer Unterberger, Richie
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Rough Guides

Price: $18.99

Catalog #1848360020

UPC code: 9781848360020

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

The Rough Guide to Jimi Hendrix is a thorough reference book about the life an d music of the greatest rock guitarist of all time. It covers all the key even ts throughout his metamorphosis; from a misfit youngster growing up in poverty to his rise to international stardom, and from his days as a starving backup musician in the early 1960s to his triumphant appearances at the Monterey Pop and Woodstock rock festivals, not to mention his mysterious and sordid death i n 1970. Special chapters are devoted to vivid description and critical evaluat ion of all his important studio and live albums and best thirty songs, as well as all major live and documentary Hendrix videos; his myriad musical influenc es from blues, soul, rock, and jazz; Hendrix-related sites and shrines; and hi s spectacular arsena

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