from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hendrix, Jimi Originally James Marshall Hendrix. 1942-1970. American musician whose innovative electric guitar playing greatly influenced the development of rock music.
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- proper n. A patronymic surname.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. United States guitarist whose innovative style with electric guitars influenced the development of rock music (1942-1970)
LEON HENDRIX: I'm looking for some justice, and to be able to protect the legacy and heritage of our family name, which is Hendrix.
A giant purple velvet hat floats in my consciousness, attached to the name Hendrix, a vague visual footnote, my own purple haze.
So - Steve Hendrix is a staff writer for the Washington Post.
But now, the story of the young Jimi Hendrix is told in a new children's book called "Jimi Sounds Like a Rainbow: A Story of the Young Jimi Hendrix."
One interesting thing about Hendrix is he tuned down a half step so E became E flat.
Dabbling with the monuments of Clapton and Hendrix is another matter, he says, one that eventually came to suit his style.
Jimmy Page (lead guitar) - Now I know that Jimi Hendrix is the most popular choice for guitarist, but to me he was the best guitar player ever when it came to solos.
"Hendrix" - Valleys of Neptune - Jimi Hendrix, guitar; Noel Redding, bass;
"Hendrix" - Valleys of Neptune - Jimi Hendrix, guitar; Noel Redding, bass; Billy Cox, bass; Mitch Mitchell, drums; Rocky Isaac, drums - Sony Legacy, 62 minutes
So Steve Hendrix is a staff writer for The Washington Post.
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