Jimi Hendrix London (häftad)
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19 b/w photos & 3 maps
222 x 146 x 12 mm
272 g
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Jimi Hendrix London (häftad)

Jimi Hendrix London

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Häftad Engelska, 2010-10-21
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In September 1946 Jimi James arrived in London from New York with 40 dollars and a guitar stolen from the Rolling Stones. Journalist and poet William Saunders retraces Jimi's London odyssey, weaving the story of his public and private life around unforgettable and iconic London locations. Drawing on interviews with some of Jimi's friends and presenting an unforgettable cast of characters Saunders explores how the city and guitarist transformed each other.
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"One of the most definitive historical documentations of the period of Jimi Hendrix in his life when he lived in London. . . . A definitive chapter in Hendrix history." --"Voodoo Child" (March 2012) "An in-depth and intimate look at the public and private life of Jimi Hendrix . . . Full of shady characters and colorful antidotes." --Perceptive Travel Blog "An invaluable addition to the Hendrix bookshelf, and an absolute godsend." --Charles Shaar Murray "More than just a potted but poetic guide to Hendrix's London years. It is also a rock music guidebook to London." --Suite101 "This is a fun book . . . a charming read." --Curled Up with a Good Book "Wonderful book. Another well detailed analysis of a chapter in Jimi's life."--Ken Voss, Voodoo Child, Jimi Hendrix Management Information Insitute

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William Saunders is a journalist and poet and a regular contributor to the Guardian and the Independent. He has also written for the Daily Express, Just Seventeen, the London Evening Standard, Men's Health, the Observer, the Times, and the Times Literary Review. He is based in London.