History Trivia / JimiHendrix

8th Apr '17 9:15:18 PM nombretomado
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* SequelFirst: In the video game world, the RockBand platform to be specific, ''Music/AxisBoldAsLove'' was released before ''Music/AreYouExperienced'' (though the latter's track list is a little different from the original LP).

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* SequelFirst: In the video game world, the RockBand ''VideoGame/RockBand'' platform to be specific, ''Music/AxisBoldAsLove'' was released before ''Music/AreYouExperienced'' (though the latter's track list is a little different from the original LP).
30th Mar '17 11:04:02 AM WilliamRadarStorm
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: It's well-known that he was planning a collaboration with no less than Music/MilesDavis before his death. It recently emerged that Hendrix had also contacted Apple Corps, to ask Paul [=McCartney=] (of the then-rapidly-disintegrating [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]) to play bass on the album.

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It's well-known that he was planning a collaboration with no less none other than Music/MilesDavis before his death. It recently emerged that Hendrix had also contacted Apple Corps, to ask Paul [=McCartney=] (of the then-rapidly-disintegrating [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]) to play bass on the album.
** When the Experience was looking for a drummer, they narrowed the choice down to Mitchell and session great Aynsley Dunbar. When they couldn't decide on who to pick, they tossed a coin... and Mitchell won. One can only imagine how the Experience would have sounded with Dunbar.
10th Feb '17 2:14:40 AM 06tele
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: It's well-known that he was planning a collaboration with no less than Music/MilesDavis before his death. More than that, it only recently emerged that they had also contacted Paul [=McCartney=] (of the rapidly-disintegrating [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]) to play bass on the album.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: It's well-known that he was planning a collaboration with no less than Music/MilesDavis before his death. More than that, it only It recently emerged that they Hendrix had also contacted Apple Corps, to ask Paul [=McCartney=] (of the rapidly-disintegrating then-rapidly-disintegrating [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]) to play bass on the album.album.
25th Oct '16 10:35:44 AM bt8257
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* BigNameFan: Where to start? It was Chas Chandler of Music/TheAnimals who became his manager in the first place and got him to England, but after that it was Music/PaulMcCartney of Music/TheBeatles who urged the organisers of the Monterey Pop Festival to put him on the bill, by which time more or less every rock guitarist in Britain from Music/EricClapton on down viewed him as TheAce. Music/MilesDavis admired him; Music/BobDylan says that his {{cover|Version}} of "All Along the Watchtower" is [[BetterThanCanon better than the original]]; Gil Evans arranged his music for jazz orchestra, Music/{{Sting}} covered him, Music/FrankZappa owned one of Hendrix' guitars and had him appear on the cover of ''Music/WereOnlyInItForTheMoney''.

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* BigNameFan: Where to start? It was Chas Chandler of Music/TheAnimals who became his manager in the first place and got him to England, but after that it was Music/PaulMcCartney of Music/TheBeatles who urged the organisers of the Monterey Pop Festival to put him on the bill, by which time more or less every rock guitarist in Britain from Music/EricClapton on down viewed him as TheAce. Music/MilesDavis admired him; Music/BobDylan says that his {{cover|Version}} of "All Along the Watchtower" is [[BetterThanCanon better than {{better than|Canon}} [[CoveredUp the original]]; Gil Evans arranged his music for jazz orchestra, Music/{{Sting}} covered him, Music/FrankZappa owned one of Hendrix' guitars and had him appear on the cover of ''Music/WereOnlyInItForTheMoney''.
14th Aug '16 12:44:26 PM gewunomox
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3rd Jun '16 12:38:21 PM moloch
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: It's well-known that he was planning a collaboration with no less than Music/MilesDavis before his death. More than that, it only recently emerged that they had also contacted Paul McCartney (of the rapidly-disintegrating [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]) to play bass on the album.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: It's well-known that he was planning a collaboration with no less than Music/MilesDavis before his death. More than that, it only recently emerged that they had also contacted Paul McCartney [=McCartney=] (of the rapidly-disintegrating [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]) to play bass on the album.
3rd Jun '16 12:37:31 PM moloch
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: It's well-known that he was planning a collaboration with no less than Music/MilesDavis before his death. More than that, it only recently emerged that they had also contacted Paul McCartney (of the rapidly-disintegrating [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]]) to play bass on the album.
9th Dec '15 1:06:03 PM bt8257
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* AuthorExistenceFailure
* BigNameFan: Where to start? It was Chas Chandler of Music/TheAnimals who became his manager in the first place and got him to England, but after that it was Music/PaulMcCartney who urged the organisers of the Monterey Pop Festival to put him on the bill, by which time more or less every rock guitarist in Britain from Music/EricClapton on down viewed him as TheAce. Music/MilesDavis admired him; Music/BobDylan thought that his {{cover version}} of "All Along the Watchtower" was better than the original; Gil Evans arranged his music for jazz orchestra, Music/{{Sting}} covered him, Music/FrankZappa owned one of Hendrix' guitars and had him appear on the album cover of ''Music/WereOnlyInItForTheMoney''.

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* AuthorExistenceFailure
* BigNameFan: Where to start? It was Chas Chandler of Music/TheAnimals who became his manager in the first place and got him to England, but after that it was Music/PaulMcCartney of Music/TheBeatles who urged the organisers of the Monterey Pop Festival to put him on the bill, by which time more or less every rock guitarist in Britain from Music/EricClapton on down viewed him as TheAce. Music/MilesDavis admired him; Music/BobDylan thought says that his {{cover version}} {{cover|Version}} of "All Along the Watchtower" was is [[BetterThanCanon better than the original; original]]; Gil Evans arranged his music for jazz orchestra, Music/{{Sting}} covered him, Music/FrankZappa owned one of Hendrix' guitars and had him appear on the album cover of ''Music/WereOnlyInItForTheMoney''.



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30th Oct '15 10:07:52 AM bt8257
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* BigNameFan: Where to start? It was Chas Chandler of Music/TheAnimals who became his manager in the first place and got him to England, but after that it was Music/PaulMcCartney who urged the organisers of the Monterey Pop Festival to put him on the bill, by which time more or less every rock guitarist in Britain from Music/EricClapton on down viewed him as TheAce. Music/MilesDavis admired him; Music/BobDylan thought that his cover version of "All Along the Watchtower" was better than the original; Gil Evans arranged his music for jazz orchestra, Music/{{Sting}} covered him, Music/FrankZappa owned one of Hendrix' guitars and had him appear on the album cover of ''Music/WereOnlyInItForTheMoney''.

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* BigNameFan: Where to start? It was Chas Chandler of Music/TheAnimals who became his manager in the first place and got him to England, but after that it was Music/PaulMcCartney who urged the organisers of the Monterey Pop Festival to put him on the bill, by which time more or less every rock guitarist in Britain from Music/EricClapton on down viewed him as TheAce. Music/MilesDavis admired him; Music/BobDylan thought that his cover version {{cover version}} of "All Along the Watchtower" was better than the original; Gil Evans arranged his music for jazz orchestra, Music/{{Sting}} covered him, Music/FrankZappa owned one of Hendrix' guitars and had him appear on the album cover of ''Music/WereOnlyInItForTheMoney''.
30th Apr '15 1:17:33 PM BigBertha
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* OneHitWonder: "[[Music/BobDylan All Along the Watchtower]]" was his sole Billboard Top 40 hit, peaking at No. 20.
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