Jimi Hendrix- Blue Wild Angel Live At The Isle Of Wight (Disc 1&2)

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James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix (Born Johnny Allen Hendrix) (November 27, 1942, Seattle, Washington – September 18, 1970, London, England) was an Americanmusician, songwriter and guitarist, widely hailed by fans and music critics as one of the greatest rock guitarists. It is practically without question that Hendrix single-handedly created modern rock guitar playing.

Mostly self-taught on the instrument, the left-handed Hendrix used a right-handed guitar and played it upside down. As a guitarist, he built upon the innovations of blues stylists such as B. B. King, Albert King, Buddy Guy, T-Bone Walker, and Muddy Waters, as well as those of rhythm and blues and soul music guitarists like Curtis Mayfield. Hendrix's music was also influenced by jazz; he often cited Rahsaan Roland Kirk as his favorite musician. In addition, Hendrix extended the tradition of rock guitar: although previous guitarists, such as The Kinks' Dave Davies, Jeff Beck, and The Who's Pete Townshend, had employed techniques such as feedback, distortion and other effects as sonic tools, Hendrix was able to exploit them to a previously undreamed-of extent, and to incorporate them as an integral part of his compositions.


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