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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
Fan of music ?
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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
Fan of music ?
Buy Music Merchandise now -> http://pguy.in/music-pg
‪#‎marchofmusic‬ ‪#‎jimihendrix‬ ‪#‎music‬ ‪#‎posterguy‬
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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
Fan of music ?
Buy Music Merchandise now -> http://pguy.in/music-pg
‪#‎marchofmusic‬ ‪#‎jimihendrix‬ ‪#‎music‬ ‪#‎posterguy‬
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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
Fan of music ?
Buy Music Merchandise now -> http://pguy.in/music-pg
‪#‎marchofmusic‬ ‪#‎jimihendrix‬ ‪#‎music‬ ‪#‎posterguy‬
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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
Fan of music ?
Buy Music Merchandise now -> http://pguy.in/music-pg
‪#‎marchofmusic‬ ‪#‎jimihendrix‬ ‪#‎music‬ ‪#‎posterguy‬
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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
Fan of music ?
Buy Music Merchandise now -> http://pguy.in/music-pg
‪#‎marchofmusic‬ ‪#‎jimihendrix‬ ‪#‎music‬ ‪#‎posterguy‬
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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
Fan of music ?
Buy Music Merchandise now -> http://pguy.in/music-pg
‪#‎marchofmusic‬ ‪#‎jimihendrix‬ ‪#‎music‬ ‪#‎posterguy‬
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Five things you didn't know about Jimi Hendrix
1.) Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were set to record in 1969, but Davis demanded $50,000 at the last minute. His request was denied, and the session was cancelled.
2.)As a session player in 1965, Hendrix contributed to a single by actress Jayne Mansfield. Hendrix played bass and guitar on “Suey,” the b-side to “As The Clouds Drift By".
3.) Hendrix could not read or write music, and had to record his musical ideas on tape, or write them out on available scraps of paper
4.) When beginning in Seattle teen bands, Hendrix initially had a bad case of stage fright. He said he used to play behind the curtains, and that other guitarists were much better than him
5.) Hendrix was huge fan of the Batman TV show. In 1966, before he started his show at New York’s Café Wha, he regularly turned to his drummer and said, “Are you ready, Robin?” He even wore a cape like the comic book crime fighter on stage.
Fan of music ?
Buy Music Merchandise now -> http://pguy.in/music-pg
‪#‎marchofmusic‬ ‪#‎jimihendrix‬ ‪#‎music‬ ‪#‎posterguy‬
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