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The raw life of Jimi Hendrix A meticulous biography narrates the eventful trajectory of the myth of rock J...
The raw life of Jimi Hendrix A meticulous biography narrates the eventful trajectory of the myth of rock Jimi Hendrix crostown traffic bass cover video OthersSend by mailPrint DIEGO A. MANRIQUE Madrid 26 FEB 2007 Jimi Hendrix crostown traffic bass cover video Everything about Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970) seems huge. Anyone interested in music knows that his discography is oceanic: it covers hundreds of releases, something amazing for someone who just recorded-under his name-for five years. The bibliography on his person also impresses: musicians, lovers, producers have signed Hendrixian books. A stack that Jimi Hendrix now adds to: the biography (Robinbook), by Charles R. Cross. Jimi Hendrix crosstown traffic bass cover video It is an orthodox and thorough biography, written by an author who did not treat Jimi but who is specialized in the rock of the Northwest of the United States (his previous volume was dedicated to Kurt Cobain). Cross argues that Hendrix's work acquires meaning if its origin is known - Jimi Hendrix crosstown traffic bass cover video Seattle, a multicultural city - and its first years of life. To say that the Hendrix family was dysfunctional seems like a euphemism: Al and Lucille, her parents, spent more time separated than together and still had six children. Jimi Hendrix crosstown traffic bass cover video Jimi never knew a conventional home. His mother, suffering from cirrhosis, died mysteriously in 1958. Jimi Hendrix crosstown traffic bass cover video Her father was never able to support her offspring (three of the children were given up for adoption) and Jimi literally went hungry and cold. He was saved by the informal network of solidarity existing in th
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