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Jimi Hendrix - The Jimi Hendrix Experience; (clockwise from top left) Mitch Mitchell - Weird, Noel Redding - Gilly and Jimi Hendrix - Ziggy, but where were the spiders

"I want kids, a family of my own. I'd like to give them the first eight years of their lives in the country. Then I'd want them educated, which I wasn't formally, although I had a tutor once when I was twelve. At times I miss a formal education, but at others I thank God for everything else I have now. What I have got from my childhood aren't toys, but memories. And happy memories are better than any toy." ~River Phoenix

River Phoenix youre worth thousands of stars, galaxies, and universes.

How do I put this on my phone as my wallpaper? OK Google I need your help I want to put Jimi Hendrix picture on my phone as my wallpaper

Jimi Hendrix experience in London.Jimi is my main inspo for decor lol

Jimi Hendrix - Hear My Train A

Jimi Hendrix - Hear My Train A

Totally wanna know what these musicians chose! "Musicians Hanging Out In Record Stores."

Musicians Hanging Out in Records Stores

"Jimi" Hendrix Despite a limited mainstream exposure of four years, he is widely considered one of the most influential electric guitarists in the history of popular music and one of the most celebrated musicians of the century.

Painting Inspiration

Bid now on Jimi Hendrix (Color Jacket) by Gered Mankowitz. View a wide Variety of artworks by Gered Mankowitz, now available for sale on artnet Auctions.

Jimi  Hendrix! Looks like he's sayin', twist me up one

“It was so hard for me at first. I knew about three songs, and when it was time for us to play onstage I was all shaky, so I had to play being the curtains. And then you get discouraged --->read

Jimi Hendrix

electripipedream: “ Jimi Hendrix Photo by Karl Ferris 1967 ”