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James Marshall ”Jimi” Hendrix, one of the most influential musicians of his era across a range of genres as well as impacting the fashion of his time.

Jimi Municipal Auditorium  Shreveport, LA  31 Jul 1968

Jimi Municipal Auditorium Shreveport, LA 31 Jul 1968

Portrait of American musician Jimi Hendrix (1942 - 1970) (seated), South African-born American music producer and engineer Eddie Kramer (standing left) and studio manager Jim Marron as they pose in the control room of Hendrix's then still under construction Electric Lady Studio, New York, New York, June 17, 1970.

Jimi Hendrix , South African-born American music producer and engineer Eddie Kramer (standing left) and studio manager Jim Marron as they pose in the control room of Hendrix's then still under construction Electric Lady Studio, New York, New York, June

Eddie Kramer Tells the Real Story of Jimi Hendrix

Eddie Kramer Tells the Real Hendrix Story

Eddie Kramer Tells the Real Story of Jimi Hendrix

Eddie Kramer

Eddie Kramer with Kramer Tape for Waves

Jimi Hendrix, 1968  (By Baron Wolman)

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The Man in the Bottle Jimi Hendrix, 1968 (By Baron Wolman)

Hendrix with Eddie Kramer & Jim Marron: Electric Lady Studios, New York City 1970

Hendrix with Eddie Kramer & Jim Marron: Electric Lady Studios, New York City 1970

Jimi Hendrix Rare | Jimi Hendrix rare pics (Part 1)

heroin Jimmy looks so fucking cool in a hat. He's a bad ass as bad ass as they come, to think i was dumb enought to give my tickets away thinking I'd catch him next year.

Jimi Hendrix with his fellow Army troopers of the 101st Airborne Division in1961.

Jimi Hendrix in the Army. In real life, Jimi was supposed to be a very humble quiet soul.

Jimi Hendrix “From The Other Side Of The Glass” at The Record Plant Studios, NYC, 1968.  Eddie Kramer

EDDIE KRAMER, Jimi Hendrix “From The Other Side Of The Glass” at The Record Plant Studios, NYC 1968 Note the great intensity in Jimi’s eyes in the middle of a take. Check out that “vintage” Coke can.

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