Jimi Hendrix: The Man, the Magic, the Truth
The Jimi Hendrix legend has lived on longer than the man, who died in 1970 at the age of twenty-seven. More than thirty years later, what the world knows about him has become deeply distorted. Now Sharon Lawrence, a trusted friend of Jimi's in the final years of his astonishing life, has written a serious exploration of his life, death, and enduring legacy, based partly on the author's never-before-heard recorded interviews with the late musician.
Jimi Hendrix: The Man, The Magic, The Truth contains new and rare material about Hendrix, with major insights from sources who have previously kept their silence -- from childhood neighbors to rock stars and musicians, to music-industry insiders. This book corrects years of false information, reveals key truths, and supplies facts previously known to only a precious few. It also chronicles the years of mind-boggling legal battles over his estate and legacy.
This is the definitive account of Jimi Hendrix, the young man from a pathetic poverty-stricken childhood who invented himself into something rare and special, the man who radiated genius and a bold yet charming personality when he picked up a guitar. It revisits the glory of Hendrix's talent, giving new insight into his sensitive persona, imagination, musical standards, and far-reaching impact.
Iluminating, honest, and bracing, Jimi Hendrix will forever change how we view one of rock and roll's greatest icons.
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Review: Jimi Hendrix: The Man, the Magic, the TruthUser Review - Jeff - Goodreads
This is my favourite book, I've read it many times since it's release. It seems an honest depiction of Jimi Hendrix compared to other books I've read. I highly recommend it. Read full review
Review: Jimi Hendrix: The Man, the Magic, the TruthUser Review - Srikrishna - Goodreads
best book i ve read on the man who changed the way guitar was played. Who is till date an Idol to a lot of them. This book shows his otherside- A spectacular human being Read full review
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