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In 1966, settled in a girlfriend’s flat in Greenwich Village in New York, he was beginning to develop his own, extraordinarily individual style, when a young English manager called Chas Chandler saw him playing for free in a club. With his partner, Mike Jeffery, Chandler dolled Hendrix up like a butterfly, found him a bass player and drummer in the shape of Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell to form the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and unleashed Hendrix on the British public in the early months of 1967.
The joke at the time was that Jimi was so intense that he would one day make a human torch of himself on stage (in fact, he confined himself to burning guitars with lighter fuel). With five huge granny shawls hanging above the double bed with its crimson sheets like giant spiders’ webs, dead flowers, voodoo charms and peacock feathers everywhere, it looked, I wrote at the time, like Mephistopheles’ parlour.
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It’s difficult to believe that this apparently model soldier was the same person who would emerge as the ‘wild man of rock’ just over four years later — a transformation that might well never have occurred if at 20 he hadn’t broken his leg in a parachute jump.
Invalided out of the army, he began a three-year career as an itinerant backing guitarist, playing in small town black clubs across America behind Little Richard, Wilson Pickett, Solomon Burke and the Isley Brothers.
At the famed Woodstock rock festival of 1969, he provocatively ended the set with a howling, psychedelic treatment of The Star Spangled Banner — America’s national anthem. well, let’s say, the tumescent manhoods of all the famous rock stars they admired — at least, those who were willing.
After which, a friend reported, he retired to bed accompanied by seven naked groupies. A couple of American girls, who called themselves the Plaster Casters of Chicago, had made it their mission to make a plaster model of . Lying on a table were lines of a poem, or possibly a song, he had written the previous night: ‘The story of life is quicker than the wink of an eye. Until we meet again.’Was that supposed to be a suicide note, or just a kiss-off to a casual lover? Monika Dannenan, who was later said to have changed her account of the events of night several times, committed suicide in 1996. Still burning with admiration for him, she campaigned to get an English Heritage Blue Plaque placed on the wall of the home she and Hendrix briefly shared in London’s Mayfair.