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Room Full of Mirrors: A Biography of Jimi Hendrix A Biography of Jimi Hendrix, Library Edition ( Audio Cassette Unabridged)

Author:  Charles R./ James Cross Read By:  Lloyd James Manufactured By: Blackstone Audiobooks
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Format:  Audio Cassette Unabridged
ISBN-10: 0786176016
ISBN-13: 9780786176014
Sku: 202279629
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Pages:  8
Age Range:  NA
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A definitive portrait of rock legend Jimi Hendrix, honoring the thirty-fifth anniversary of the musician's death, captures the full span of Hendrix's life, from his troubled childhood and battles against racial prejudice to his rapid rise to the height of the music world and tragic death, drawing on more than three hundred interviews to chronicle a life of sex, drugs, and extraordinary talent. Simultaneous.
He disliked marmalade and cold sheets. His likes included music, mountains, hair, and strawberry shortcake. He immortalized his penis in plaster, set fire to his guitar, and choked to death on his own vomit at the age of 27. Charles R. Cross's biography of seismic rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix is packed both with small details and riveting testimony from leading rock figures and scene-makers of the sixties. Marianne Faithfull, Hendrix's friend Eric Burdon, Jimi Hendrix Experience bassist Noel Redding, and Who guitarist Pete Townshend, among others, recast an oft-told story with an impressive array of eyewitness recollections. Cross recounts Hendrix's early years in Seattle, his musical apprenticeship on the American black entertainers' Chitlin Circuit, and the salutary effect of his London debut on leading British guitarists like Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck, whose technical superiority had until then gone unchallenged. Hendrix emerges as a supremely talented, driven individual, whose life and career were derailed by a combination of managerial insensitivity and greed, and by his own attempts to self-medicate his way out of a punishing work schedule. A meticulously assembled combination of hard facts, atmospheric scene-setting, and empathetic writing, ROOM FULL OF MIRRORS is one of the most authoritative and readable of the many available Hendrix biographies.


New York Times Book Review
"Cross puts a new focus on Hendrix's childhood....If Cross's Hendrix bears a resemblance to Kurt Cobain, it can't be wholly coincidental....[He] reconstructs in pungent detail the poverty--financial and emotional--of Hendrix's youth in Seattle." 08/28/2005

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Product attributeBook Format:   Audio Cassette - Unabridged
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   8
Product attributePublisher:   Blackstone Audiobooks
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