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Discovering Hendrix at Handel & Hendrix in London

Post 37: Hendrix in the Mendips

With regard to my apparently non-related Hendrix travels, on Sunday I visited family in the City of Wells in Somerset, pretty certain that Hendrix would not in any way feature … Continue reading

29 May 2014 · 1 Comment

Post 36: Lights, Camera, Action

Apparently there is a film in the pipeline which will document Hendrix’s last 9 days alive. There is chatter about who will play which roles and reference to another Hendrix … Continue reading

22 May 2014 · 1 Comment

Post 35: A straight forward report

Last week The Times tweeted it’s Jimi Hendrix obituary from 1970. They were marking the anniversary of the release of his first album on 12 May 1967. It was very … Continue reading

19 May 2014 · 2 Comments

Post 34: Handrix or Hendel?

It really was only a matter of time before I said it and started discussing that seminal musician “Handrix.” Of course I used the word accidentally in front of someone … Continue reading

15 May 2014 · Leave a comment

Post 33: Thinking, walking, kerbing

Scurrying across the West End in the rain I was aiming to get to a restaurant on Monmouth Street. I set off from Brook Street and headed over Regent Street, … Continue reading

12 May 2014 · 1 Comment

Post 32: Still here, still learning

Apologies a delayed post this week due to lots of busy-ness as I transported myself across the centuries. Breakfast at the First Georgians exhibition at the Queen’s Gallery, coffee fuelled … Continue reading

8 May 2014 · Leave a comment

Post 31: The man is everywhere

I know I carry Handel and Hendrix around with me all the time now and so it is amazing to feel that at this particular moment in time they seem … Continue reading

1 May 2014 · 1 Comment

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