Posts tagged with "JIMI HENDRIX"

Video+Exclusive Interview RONNIE SPECTOR

Video+Exclusive Interview RONNIE SPECTOR
Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Musician:  RONNIE SPECTOR Video:  “Be My Baby” Iconic singer and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ronnie Spector solidifies her status as the Rosetta Stone for female rock performers of today. Christmas tour is set to kick-off. Critical respect is at its peak, and Ronnie Spector continues to thrill—inspiring and empowering a new generation of fans as an enduring, transcendent figure, who has... 

Video & Web-Exclusive Interview Eric Johnson

Video & Web-Exclusive Interview Eric Johnson
Photo credit: Max Crace VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician:  ERIC JOHNSON Video:  “Cliffs of Dover” ERIC JOHNSON Hurricane Harvey Relief Benefit Show & Live Webcast this Thursday, Sept 7, at 8:30 PM EDT with special guest Arielle https://www.concertwindow.com/bluerock In a feature on M Music & Musician magazine’s November 2014 issue we wrote: “Eric Johnson is a stone rocker—a shredding wiz whose music incorporates... 

VIDEO + EXCLUSIVE – JOE GOODKIN

VIDEO + EXCLUSIVE – JOE GOODKIN
Photo Credit: Michael Chu VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician:JOE GOODKIN Music Video: “Charlie and Roger” Video Director: Nick Ferrario JOE GOODKIN’S RECORD OF LOSS IS THE SECOND EP IN A TRINITY—LIFE, LOSS, LOVE Joe Goodkin is a Chicago-based singer-songwriter who wants to be known as “a sincere indie folk rock artist and musical storyteller who makes esoteric and difficult topics accessible.” He has made a name for... 

STEPHEN STILLS

STEPHEN STILLS
STEPHEN STILLS His career at 60 years and counting, an icon looks back—and forward By Jeff Tamarkin Even at 82 tracks packed onto four CDs, Carry On, the new Stephen Stills retrospective boxed set, barely scratches the surface of one of rock’s most iconic careers. After all, how can one afternoon’s listening encapsulate a half-century of creativity? We first heard Stills in 1966 with Buffalo Springfield (“For What It’s Worth” remains... 

MXR Jimi Hendrix 70th Anniversary Tribute Series

MXR Jimi Hendrix 70th Anniversary Tribute Series
MXR Jimi Hendrix 70th Anniversary Tribute Series HENDRIX EFFECTS MINUS THE BULK Breaking away from traditional styling, MXR’s Jimi Hendrix 70th Anniversary Tribute Series pedals provide three of rock’s most iconic guitar effects of all time into compact, pedalboard-friendly stompboxes. These pedals include a shimmering Univibe, a super-fat Octavio, and a dynamically rich Fuzzface. All three sound like spot-on remakes of their namesakes, and... 

Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix
HENRY DILTZ, THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE 1969 WOODSTOCK MUSIC & Art Fair, was sleeping behind the stage in his station wagon on the morning of Aug. 18 when he heard the music crank up. He roused himself and hustled to the stage to capture on film the festival’s final performer. By the time Jimi Hendrix went on, at 9 a.m., the once half-million-strong audience had dwindled to about 25,000. “There were these huge speakers,” Diltz says.... 

JIMI HENDRIX

JIMI HENDRIX
JIMI HENDRIX West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology [Experience Hendrix/Sony Legacy] BOX SET At some point the world resigned itself to the idea that every scrap of tape left behind by musical giants like Miles Davis and John Coltrane was worth hearing—that every alternate version was at least a little revealing, and even a seconds-long take that broke down before getting started offered a glimpse into the creative process. It’s... 

JIMI HENDRIX + Valleys of Neptune

JIMI HENDRIX + Valleys of Neptune
JIMI HENDRIX Valleys of Neptune [Experience Hendrix/Legacy] Jimi Hendrix was active as a recording artist for only about four years before his death in 1970 at age 27. Luckily for us, he appears to have been playing and recording during practically every moment of that relatively brief period—enough to sustain posthumous archival releases for 40 years now. The latest, Valleys of Neptune, is drawn mostly from the transitional period in 1969 when... 
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