Jimi Hendrix Episode 6: Upstaging God, Playing with Fire & Breaking the Mold

36 minutes

London proves to be the place where Jimi Hendrix will break on through. But his sudden rise in popularity doesn’t come without some shock to the public at large. Jimi goes against the grain. Ruffles feathers. Turns heads. British rock gods like Eric Clapton and Pete Townshend are shook by what they’ve seen. Audiences feel the heat from his burning guitar and panic. British police stop him on the street to question his unique fashion choices. Jimi is a bona fide sensation.

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