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us: Hendrix, Jimi

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    • us: Hendrix, James Marshall
    • us: Hendrix, Jimmy
    • us: Hendrix, Johnny Allen
    • us: Hendrix, Jimmi
    • us: Khendriks, Dzhimi
    • us: Хендрикс, Джими
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    • us: Jimi Hendrix Experience (Musical group)
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    • found: Flashing [SR] 1968.
    • found: Murray, C.S. Crosstown traffic, 1990: CIP t.p. (Jimmy Hendrix) pub. info. (James Marshall Hendrix, b. Seattle General Hospital, 11-27-42, Jimi Hendrix)
    • found: AmeriGrove (Hendrix, Jimi (James Marshall); b. 11-27-42; d. 9-18-70)
    • found: Roby, Steven. Black gold, 2002: ECIP t.p. (Jimmy Hendrix) ch. 1 (Johnny Allen)
    • found: New Grove dict. mus., 2nd ed. WWW site, Sep. 05, 2001 (Hendrix, Jimi (Johnny Allen; James Marshall); b. Seattle, 27 Nov 1942; d. London, England, 18 Sept 1970; American rock guitarist, singer and songwriter)
    • found: Nije sve to bio samo rock'n'roll, 2003: CD insert (Jimmi Hendrix)
    • found: Wikipedia, WWW, Apr. 5, 2011 (b. in Seattle, Washington, died in Kensington, England; musician playing guitar, bass, keyboard, and percussion as well as singing; musician, songwriter, record producer, recording studio owner; birth name was Johnny Allen Hendrix, renamed James Marshall Hendrix by his father)
    • found: Lʹvovskai͡a gastrolʹ Dzhimi Khendriksa, 2012: t.p. (Джими Хендрикса = Dzhimi Khendriksa)
    • found: African American National Biography, accessed January 29, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Hendrix, Jimi; Johnny Allen Hendrix; James Marshall Hendrix; guitarist, rock musician, singer, songwriter. He was born 27 November 1942 in Seattle, Washington, United States. A self-taught left-handed guitarist, he learned to play a right-handed guitar upside down. He served as a paratrooper with the 101st Airborne Division of U.S. Army, formed an R&B band at Fort Campbell, Kentucky; and was discharged from the army (1962). He led his group, Jimmy James and the Blue Flames (1965); released his first single, Hey Joe in 1966, and his first album, Are You Experienced? in 1967). He performed at the First International Monterey Pop Festival (1967); was named Artist of the Year by Billboard and Rolling Stone magazines (1968); and formed, Band of Gypsys, (1970). He died 18 September 1970 in London, England)
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    • ML410.H476
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    • [Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.]
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    • 1980-06-09: new
    • 2015-11-11: revised
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