The Johnny Winter Story

Jimi Hendrix: The Ultimate Experience

Jimi Hendrix: The Ultimate Experience: A chronological story of the life of Jimi Hendrix using quotes, original interviews, and 32 pages of color photographs, Jimi Hendrix: The Ultimate Experience takes readers from his childhood to his first Top 10 hit, "Hey Joe," to the chart-topping double album Electric Ladyland to his final public appearance at Ronnie Scott's in London. Using all-new interviews plus quotes collected from newspapers, magazines, books, television and radio documentaries, and Internet sites, Johnny Black has woven the testimony of those who were there into a complete exploration of Hendrix's extraordinary life. With over 100 color and black-and-white photographs and the words of those who watched Jimi Hendrix's life unfold - Pete Townshend, Paul McCartney, David Crosby, and Eric Clapton among them - Black has created a genuine eyewitness account that captures the chaos and excitement of Hendrix's career.


Some the references references to Johnny Winter

  • 13 December 1968: Johnny Winter arrives in New York. Johnny Winter: I met him at The Scene club that my manager Steve Paul had . . .
  • May 1969: Hendrix returns to New York; recording `The Things That I Used To Do' at the Record Plant, with Johnny Winter on slide and a somewhat drunken Stephen Stills on bass. Johnny Winter. I first met Jimi at The Scene.
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