Até hoje mais de 70 artistas registraram versões próprias para “Hey Joe”, uma música escrita em 1962 pelo músico norte-americano Billy Roberts, que se tornou um marco do rock. Patti Smith, Deep Purple, Johnny Rivers, O Rappa e até Eddie Murphy estão nesta lista.
Com certa outras versões serão gravadas, mas somente uma permanecerá imortal: a de Jimi Hendrix.
No dia 23 de outubro de 1966, ele foi até o De Lane Lea Studios, em Londres, para registrar a canção que o apresentou para o mundo quase dois meses depois, há exatos 52 anos, quando lançou a versão definitiva no Reino Unido.
A primeira apresentação ao vivo aconteceu no mítico Festival de Monterey, em 1967, com a estreia de Hendrix nos palcos de seu país natal.
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60s 27 club: Brian Jones (d. 1969), Jimi Hendrix (d. 1970), Janis Joplin (d. 1970) and Jim Morrison (d. 1971). The 27 Club includes popular musicians, artists, actors and athletes who have died at age 27, often as a result of drug and alcohol abuse, or violent means such as homicide, suicide, or transportation-related accidents.The deaths of several 27 year-old popular musicians between 1969 and 1971 led to the belief that deaths are more common at this age.
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see full Rainbow Bridge 1970 concert movie 👉link in bio
〰This version of the movie is the one I used to watch back in 2015, I didn't know till today, but there is another movie called "Rainbow Bridge", released 1971, that looks like a fake extended version of the movie I recomended. I just saw the trailler of this new thing and it's strange that it's so bad. The movie I knew, it's perfect, the composition it's so perfect, one of the central ideas of the movie is the resistance against the war, and has nothing to do with anarchy, any cult or hippie shit. It's strange to imagine how somebody took scenes from the bad movie, put them together and made a masterpiece〰
The “Rainbow Bridge” concert was a free concert by Jimi Hendrix that was held on July 30, 1970, in Maui, Hawaii, USA.
The ‘Rainbow Bridge’ concert was the penultimate performance by Hendrix in the United States, his last was two days later on August 1, 1970, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Hendrix died less than two months later on September 18, 1970 in London, England. (inf. rockscenemagazine.com < youtube)