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Artist Profile: Jimi Hendrix
Jimi Hendrix is a legendary guitarist who played the psychedelic rock style of music, recognized as the greatest musician ever in rock. Hendrix recorded and performed his music during the 1960’s, mainly the late 60’s. Jimi is known for his songs purple haze, voodoo child, and little wing. Jimi Hendrix played music in a time where drugs came on the scene in the U.S in full force and his music was performed during the counterculture movement, rebel and hippie time. Hendrix became famous after his performances at Woodstock and Monterey. Jimi Hendrix is famous because he basically reinvented guitar playing and had a style playing style that was way ahead of his time and still is not matched today and that was 40 years ago. He had a guitar style that included great sound effects such as distortion, feedback, the whammy bar, and wah-wah pedal. I like Jimi Hendrix because I like electric guitars and I never heard anything like it before when I listen to his music, in class when I heard purple haze I instantly became a fan and looked up more of his songs, the way he played it made it feel like the guitar was singing to you. Jimi Hendrix died at the young age of 27; it is crazy his died at the beginning of his pride. There is huge controversy about the death of Jimi Hendrix; some believe the government killed him because he was the voice of the new and different generation. There are other beliefs that his manager killed him also it was found in the autopsy that he consumed too much wine and that caused his suffocation and death also some believe it was suicide because of the note that was found with him. Jimi Hendrix death will always be suspicious but he will remain one of the most influential artists in the history of music even in his short career which spanned only 4…...

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