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JIMI HENDRIX : FINAL INTERVIEW .

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Published on Feb 5, 2011

Jimi Hendrix being interviewed in England just seven days before his death .
September 11th 1970 .

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fairmount1935
I'm surprised Janie Hendrix hasn't claimed this audio recording.  She took control of the Hendrix estate and has turned it into a cash cow for herself and her brother Robert.  She is a ruthless money grubbing bitch. Since taking control, everything, every single image and every song has been seized by the estate to sell for profit to enrich her vast fortune.  In the last year, almost all non-estate controlled Hendrix songs posted on YouTube have been removed.  She just cant get enough control and money squeezed out of every single thing related to her deceased stepbrothers music.  Nothing is going to get in the way of her insatiable greed.
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Nick Short
He seemed so nice, with all the fame he was receiving and the looks of him being almost a 'god', he seemed so humble. I think that proves the point, he was a god. Not in a literal way, but in a way we should all be.
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bluesugar58
Jimi's voice is so soothing.
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Joseph Ponce
Hes so kind and gentle in his interviews, but on stage he was a beast.
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Tommy Lange
His speaking voice is more relaxing than morgan freeman
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brankat
He way of dialogue and its nonchalance is similar to modern day conversations. Such a cool and futuristic vibe he had 👌 legend
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Will Blues
hey janie if you are reading this fuck you
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SDG All Day
my man was about to bring a whole new genre of music to the game.... not even knowing he'd already done so. 
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Atomic Lobotomy
Al Kooper said it best:  "Jimi Hendrix blazed through our lives like a fireball-supernova that most likely originated in a black hole in the middle of some uncharted universe. This was not just some Elvis or Beatle—everything about Hendrix was otherworldly. He had an understanding of sonics and how they related to music, which no human had ever conceived before. He was able to express these non-verbal expressions as blasts of feedback and warfare emulations; personal, unique grace notes that were apropos for the times in which he performed. Before his genius reached maturity (he died at age 27), all that was left were some blinking sparks in the tail of a once-in-a-lifetime comet. A true alien in his lifetime—now as an immortal—too much wasted effort is spent by others in trying to compartmentalize him."
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As Told By My'Lisa
oh my gosh his voice is so beautiful
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