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    FLORIDA TODAY - COCOA, FLORIDA 1968-10-06

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    THE LOS ANGELES TIMES - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 1971-12-18

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    VAN NUYS VALLEY NEWS AND GREEN SHEET - VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA 1969-05-09

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    EUROPEAN STARS AND STRIPES - DARMSTADT, HESSE, GERMANY 1970-09-27

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    THE CAPITAL TIMES - MADISON, WISCONSIN 1970-05-04

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    SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN - CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS 1969-02-21

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    THE POST CRESCENT - APPLETON, WISCONSIN 1969-03-09
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    EUROPEAN STARS AND STRIPES - DARMSTADT, HESSE, GERMANY 1970-09-20

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieRadio View Post
    THE POST CRESCENT - APPLETON, WISCONSIN 1969-05-09
    correct date is 1969-03-09, not May

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    HET PAROOL - THE NETHERLANDS 1967-11-18


    Yes, there is another riot with Jimi Hendrix. He is rather excited about a new record that Decca has released. That record contains two recordings made of a performance by Hendrix and the American singer Cürtis Knight. Now that the album is released with the very good song 'Hush Now', Jimi Hendrix proclaims that he wants to litigate against Decca because they should not have done so. According to him, 'Hush now' is a recording that was made years ago by a demonstration of a Wah Wah Foot pedal, which can be linked to a guitar. 'And according to Hendrix, the songs that were recorded using them (which of course were Polydor own company is rightly pointed out) should never be allowed to be released.

    . Decca rejected the comments of Jimi Hendrix with the statement that 'Hush Now' is definitely not an old recording, but was recorded during his youth tour through America. Meanwhile, the record has also been released in the Netherlands. We are curious if Hendrix will push the matter so far that 'Hush Now' will be withdrawn. For the time being, it does not look happy.

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    NIEUWSBLAD VAN HET NOORDEN - THE NETHERLANDS 1967-09-08


    Jimi Hendrix, nicknamed Crazy Jimi, not only causes furor in England, but also far beyond. In our country he has been on the charts for a long time with The Wind cries Mary. He also performed several times for the TV. In a London nightclub, Jimi performs a show evening by evening, which has gained a certain reputation. It is one of the wildest shows ever performed in the beat genre.

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    ALGEMEEN HANDELSBLAD - THE NETHERLANDS 1967-11-18


    JIMI The Unquenchable

    He embraces her. He kisses her. He jumps on her. He's going to sit on her. He bites into her. He ticks her between his legs. I have a few simple tricks. And with a little or some thumping, he lets go of hell. He rubs against the amplifier. He is paying attention to it all, and thousands of spectators. The "he" is Jimi Hendrix, 21, according to a recent reader's niche of the authoritative lad Melody Maker, the most important pop musician. " And the "she" is the electric guitar, which forces him to either short-circuit, or to knock it to pieces at the end of his explosive, or to burn a lighter that has been sucked along with it for the first time. Hollywood Bowl, the California super amphitheater, guarded by a team of firefighters, but he is unquenchable Jimi Hendrix has been "in" since half a year. Travels around the world by jetliner or in own Rolls.

    Unusable, even if they get him to Rotterdam and leave him performing in a chilly, neon-lit, semi-empty AHOY hall (which happened on Friday 10 November). There were only 3,000 people. Not half of the expected number of visitors at the Twienerbeurs in the Ahoy hall. Unquenchable. Even when his performance, the final piece of the fair, was preceded by the folkloric farmers' chapel, De Dauwtrappers. "Blues-outbiting blockbuster Hendrix went all the harder, ignoring all that Dutch home-baking, let his guitarist Noel Redding, 22, shed extra power, turned the amplifier knobs open again, let drummer Mitch Mitchell, 22, practice gruesome rhythms, a decibel record, not that Jacques Senfs' 125-strong police force would have to stick out one leg, because the audience, that autumn '67 is going to undergo Jimi Hendrix, is a sophisticated audience that has long been looking for Stones-stamina or Mothers-mealy or Byrdsbloemzoeterij.De 1967-audience consumes its own ecstasy quiet, well thought-out.

    It turned out in the AHOY: gourmets, with busloads from France and Germany, audiences who were incredibly worried about his soul element. What a show ln that chilly AHOY! What a stench of acid sweat and sultry eroticism! What a Hendrix, who was here in 10,000 hours to touch - the leader-guitarist-singer-composer Jimi Hendrix, from Seattle (where they make the B-52 bombers) student of blues-orgiast Ray Charles, ex-companion from radautrapper Little Richard. What a trio! You must have experienced it. In the Rotterdam AHOY. Only then do you understand what the group calls itself: The Jimi Hendrix Experience. What an experience! J. v. W. Mare Felperlaan, great beat-enthusiast from Utrecht and skilled photographer, attended the big evening in Rotterdam, and made a series of photos. He let us choose one for Eigen Wijs, for publication. Looks like that!

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    LEEUWARDER COURANT - HOOFDBLAD VAN FRIESLAND - THE NETHERLANDS 1972-01-29


    Tamika (4) Does Not Get Jimi's Legacy

    Little Tamika Laurice James (4) in New York, does not get the legacy of Jimi Hendrix. Tamika is the daughter of Diane Carpenter (22), who lived with Jimi in California at the age of sixteen, Rolling Stone reports. Diane was pregnant when Jimi had to go on tour again. She then gave birth at home in Minneapolis to her daughter and gave her the surname James, which name Jimi had adopted at the time as a stage name. Jimi Hendrix did not want to acknowledge that he was the father, but he did not deny it either vehemently, blood samples would be taken, and three days before his death Jimi Hendrix was looked up by his lawyer to discuss the matter, but he refuses to say what was talked about at the time. A court recently ruled that Tamika can not claim the inheritance - in total $500,000 - Jimi's father has now inherited everything.

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    THE RAG - AUSTIN, TEXAS 1968-08-08

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    THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER - CINCINNATI, OHIO 1970-05-03

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    LIMBURGSCH DAGBLAD - THE NETHERLANDS 1970-08-19


    Jimi Hendrix and The Who are coming to Rotterdam

    ROTTERDAM, Aug. 19 - Two British top pop groups, Jimi Hendrix Experienoe and The Who, will perform in the third week of September in Rotterdam. On September 13, Jimi Hendrix will give a three and a half hour concert in the Rotterdam Doelen. The VPRO will record for later broadcast on the radio. The Experience requires a considerable amount for the performance so that the prices are spicy. The same week, on September 16, plays The Who in the same room. with, among others, parts from the pop opera Tommy and from the LP Live at Leeds. Mungo Jerry will soon also be coming to Rotterdam and in October The Incredible Srtringband. In Amsterdam, the Rolling Stones are now taking place; the concert is on October 9 in the Amstelhal. • The next evening The Who performs at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, where Tommy also premiered last year.

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    DE TELEGRAAF - THE NETHERLANDS 1970-09-29


    Monika Dannemann first wanted to be silent but now she tells the truth

    My life with Jimi Hendrix by HENK VAN DER MEYDEN

    MONIKA DANNEIFANN talked for the first time about her love for Jimi Hendrix. The blonde twenty-year-old former ice skater from Germany was with Hendrix when he died in London ten days ago. She said: "My love for Jimi Hendrix was something personal and deep. For this reason I have so far nothing to say about our friendship. It was something intimate between us and not something to share with the world, but this week I have been shocked and amazed by the claims of his "friends" that Jimi had dropped.

    Now I feel free to answer, because Jimi is not there to defend himself and I need this. I do for his memory. Now I am sure that he was not a drug victim, nor an alcoholic or a sex maniac, and I am sure he did not leave life voluntarily. I will tell the coroner. His death was a tragic accident after he had taken some of my sleeping pills. Jimi had so much to live for and I was part of the future that we planned together. We had been in love for eighteen months since we first met in Dusseldbrp last year January after Jimi had given a performance there.

    Sensitive
    The real Jimi behind his stage picture was sensitive. He was also a shy person who really believed in the message: love, peace, freedom and brotherhood that he was trying to give the world. We discovered that we had the same interests, such as our shared love of art. Six weeks after our first meeting, Jimi asked me to live with him, but at that moment I did not believe that he really had deep feelings for me.

    Experiments
    Like others, I was fooled with all kinds of wild stories about him. Wild? Jimi was the sweetest and kindest man anyone could ever meet. I realized soon how friendly and sweet Jimi was. Of course he had had other relationships, but that's the way the pop world is. Maybe it was because I was not a groupie, a girl who does everything to come to the favor of the star, who was pursuing him, but because I wanted to find the real Jimi Hendrix, his heart that nobody seemed to have discovered. Jimi lived for his music and he was sick of everything else that belonged to it.

    He told me, often how groupies pushed into his hotel room and into his bed, waited until he would arrive. Jimi let his manager come to throw them out. He also told me about his experiments with drugs in time, that many pop stars were curious about smoking and wanted to try it. Jimi was never crazy about drugs and in the eighteen months that we were together I never saw him smoke it. There were so many people around him, but never with him. He was actually a very lonely person. Often he told me that he did not know what to do if I was not with him. Much has been made public in recent days about Jimi's life. Most of it is false.

    Happy
    I was with him, all those last four days, every moment, except that one hour in the night of his death when he went to Marble Arch to discuss some matters. When he came back he was very happy and he was looking forward to going to America to record a new album. He even reserved his hotel in America and his plane ticket. He also called his record studio in New York to say that he would come. I will always remember our last night. I cooked Spaghetti Bolognese. We drank a bottle of wine during dinner. It was our last happy moment together.

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    HET PAROOL - THE NETHERLANDS 1970-08-27


    Pop festival with Jimi Hendrix in Germany

    FEHMARN, Thursday - On the German island of Fehmarn in the Baltic Sea, a pop festival will be held on 4, 5 and 6 September, attracting Jimi Hendrix as the star. There is accommodation for 60,000 visitors. The tickets for the three days cost 35 marks, with advance 28 marks. The island can be reached by train, car, etc., but not by plane.

    Among the more than thirty appearing groups or solo singers are Ten Years after, Canned Heat, Cat mother, Procul Harum, Fat Mattress, Colosseum and Incredible String Band. Joan Baez is still negotiating. The program also includes a performance by the political cabaret Floh de Cologne from Cologne.

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    HET VRIJE VOLK - DEMOCARTISCH-SOCIALISTISCH DAGBLAD - THE NETHERLANDS 1970-09-14


    Berry Visser made a futile journey Jimi did not come again

    ROTTERDAM - A performance by Jimi Hendrix does not appear to be the Dutch pop consumer. Two years ago, just before the second 'Utrecht' concert 1968, the guitar miracle broke one leg on an American airliner: no concert. But Sunday, Jimi, this time contracted by Berry Vissers Mojo Productions, would really give two concerts in de Doelen September 13.

    Everything was taken into account, everything had been thought, except for attacks of paranoid schizophrenia, which prompted a London doctor to "ban Jiml's bassist Billy Cox for the time being." So there was a phone call to Rotterdam on Friday: with the announcement that Jimi would not come again.

    For Berry Visser, that was a good reason to immediately travel to England to save what was yet to be rescued. That was not much. At first he tried to persuade Jimi to come to Rotterdam with another bass player, but he did not feel like it. '

    (Visser - For the Utrecht Second Flight show in 1968, we have indeed contracted Jimi Hendrix. We had a contract with Hendrix for twenty thousand guilders, ten thousand guilders had been paid as an advance to Jimi's agency. Rob van Gemert recovered that amount from the management after a trip to London. It was said that he had a broken leg and was in New York, but later I understood that he did not feel like it and sent a telegram with this excuse.)
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    YOU CAN CAN DOWNLOAD ALL THE ARTICLES I HAVE UPLOADED BY CLICKING ON THE DOWN ARROW ON THE PICTURE OF JIMI HERE -

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    TO DOWNLOAD INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES. CLICK ON THE ARTICLE AND THEN CLICK ON THE DOWN ARROW ON THE RIGHT SIDE AT THE BOTTOM.

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