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Jimi Hendrix on bass, Johnny Winter on guitar, and Buddy Miles on drums Feb. of at The Scene. Johnny Winter was at the Band of Gypsys concert at Madison Square Garden on January 1970 when Jimi Hendrix walked off the stage.

Jimi Hendrix with his first electric guitar, Seattle, 1957.

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Blues singer Robert Johnson (left) - 'the Grandfather of Rock and Roll'

ever published photo of Delta blues singer Robert Johnson, left, & musician Johnny Shines. There are many others who dispute it. The photo was found by classical guitarist Steven Schein. Robert Johnson is buried on Money Rd.


King of Blues Rock. JIMI HENDRIX 1942 - 1970 (The greatest electric guitarist in music history) Maybe we couldn't have handled anymore of his greatness :(

The day before Jimi Hendrix died on September 17, 1970, these serene photographs were taken during his stay at the Samarkand Hotel. Jimi can be seen enjoying his favorite Fender Stratocaster guitar, a spot of tea and some outdoor activities. Apparently Hendrix and his girlfriend, Monika Danneman, spent the majority of the sunny day strolling King’s Road, shopping for clothes at the Chelsea antiques market and visiting the Cumberland Hotel.   These are the last known photographs ever taken…

Love the upside down fender ! The Last Photos of Jimi Hendrix- Monika took photographs of him holding his favorite Fender Stratocaster guitar that he called the "black beauty".

Marvin Gaye - Lets Get It On, I loved this song, but I was just a kid and had no idea what he was singing about

Marvin Gaye - One of my favorite songs of the - I would play over and over - still sounds great to this very day.

Billie Holiday <3 I'll Be Seeing You

A great photo, often mis-labeled as "Young Billie Holiday." As several people have pointed out, the era is wrong. This lovely woman is Yourna Byrd, wife of jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd. She was photographed on Street in NYC in 1960 by William Claxton