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Jimi Hendrix Are You Experienced Saville Theatre Poster Gold

Hand Signed By Artist Karl Ferris
Jimi Hendrix Are You Experienced Saville Theatre Poster Gold

Signed By: Karl Ferris

Edition: 200

Dimensions: 36 x 64 cm

Condition: Excellent

Medium: Lithograph

British Pounds£195
US Dollars$259
Euros€241
Japanese Yen¥33472

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Jimi Hendrix Are You Experiencesd Saville Theatre Poster Purple

Hand Signed By Artist Karl Ferris
Jimi Hendrix Are You Experiencesd Saville Theatre Poster Purple

Signed By: Karl Ferris

Edition: 200

Dimensions: 36 x 64 cm

Condition: Excellent

Medium: Lithograph

British Pounds£195
US Dollars$259
Euros€241
Japanese Yen¥33472

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Jimi Hendrix Experience Signed Royal Albert Hall Poster

Hand Signed By Artist Karl Ferris
Jimi Hendrix Experience Signed Royal Albert Hall Poster

Signed By: Karl Ferris

Edition: 200

Dimensions: 50 x 64 cm

Condition: Excellent

Medium: Lithograph

British Pounds£225
US Dollars$299
Euros€278
Japanese Yen¥38621

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Karl Ferris Jimi Hendrix Are You Experienced Limited Edition Print

Limited Edition Album Cover Art By the father of Psychedelic Photography
Karl Ferris Jimi Hendrix Are You Experienced Limited Edition Print

Date: 2007

Signed By: Karl Ferris In Pencil

Edition: 95 World Wide

Dimensions: Image 19 x 19" / papre 27 x 28"

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Screenprint & Giclee On Somerset Velvet Enhanced, 330 gsm

British Pounds£750
US Dollars$998
Euros€926
Japanese Yen¥128738

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Karl Ferris Jimi Hendrix Electric Ladyland Print Rear Cover Image

Signed Limited Edition Fine Art Album Cover Memorabilia
Karl Ferris Jimi Hendrix Electric Ladyland Print Rear Cover Image

Date: 2007

Signed By: Karl Ferris In Pencil

Edition: 95 World Wide

Dimensions: Image 19 x 19" / papre 27 x 28"

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Screenprint & Giclee On Somerset Velvet Enhanced, 330 gsm

British Pounds£750
US Dollars$998
Euros€926
Japanese Yen¥128738

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Karl Ferris Jimi Hendrix Electric Ladyland Signed Album Cover Print By

Limited Edition Album Cover Memorabilia Fine Art
Karl Ferris Jimi Hendrix Electric Ladyland Signed Album Cover Print By

Date: 2007

Signed By: Karl Ferris In Pencil

Edition: 95 World Wide

Dimensions: Image 19 x 19" / papre 27 x 28"

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: Mint - New

Medium: Screenprint & Giclee On Somerset Velvet Enhanced, 330 gsm

British Pounds£750
US Dollars$998
Euros€926
Japanese Yen¥128738

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Jimi Hendrix Signed Prints

After his release, Hendrix and army friend Billy Cox moved to
nearby Clarksville, Tennessee, where they formed a band called
The King Kasuals. Playing in low-paying gigs at obscure venues,
the 'band' eventually moved to Nashville. Playing and sometimes
living in the clubs along Jefferson Street, the traditional heart
of Nashville's black community and home to a lively rhythm and
blues scene offered some sort of 'existence'.In November 1962,
Hendrix participated in his first studio session, where his wild
but still undeveloped playing found him cut from the soundboard.

In 1965, guitar pioneer and producer Les Paul watched Hendrix
audition for a nightclub gig in Greenwich Village, NYC, and was
awestruck by his performance. An errand forced Les Paul to leave
the club before he had the chance to speak with Hendrix. When he
returned later to contact and sign Hendrix, Les Paul found that
the club owner had turned Hendrix down for being too loud and
crazy and that Hendrix had disappeared.[citation needed] That
year, Hendrix earned a spot as the new guitarist for the The
Isley Brothers' band and joined their national tour, which
included the southern Chitlin' circuit. Hendrix played his first
successful studio session on the two-part Isley Brothers hit
"Testify". In Nashville, he left the Isleys to tour with Gorgeous
George Odell. In Atlanta, he earned a spot in the backing band of
Little Richard, The Upsetters. Although Hendrix idolized Richard,
he clashed frequently with the star over tardiness, wardrobe,
and, above all, Hendrix's flashy stage antics. For a short while,
Hendrix quit and toured with Ike and Tina Turner, but was quickly
fired for playing wild guitar solos and returned to Little
Richard's band. Months later, he was banished from The Upsetters
after missing the tour bus in Washington, D.C.. Around this time
he refined his flamboyant guitar stage style, much of which was
influenced by Johnny "Guitar" Watson.

In 1965, Hendrix joined a New York-based band, Curtis Knight and
the Squires, after meeting Knight in the lobby of a seedy midtown
hotel where both men were living at the time. Hendrix then toured
for two months with Joey Dee and the Starliters before rejoining
the Squires in New York. On October 15, 1965, Hendrix signed a
three-year recording contract with entrepreneur Ed Chalpin,
receiving $1 and 1% royalty on records with Curtis Knight. While
the relationship with Chalpin was short-lived, his contract
remained in force, which caused considerable problems for Hendrix
later on in his career. The legal dispute was eventually settled.
During a brief excursion to Vancouver in 1965, Hendrix played in
Motown band Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers with Taylor and Tommy
Chong (of Cheech and Chong fame).[citation needed]

In 1966, Hendrix formed his own band, Jimmy James and The Blue
Flames, composed of various friends he would casually meet at
Manny's Music Shop, including a 15-year old runaway from
California named Randy Wolfe. Since there were two musicians
named "Randy" in the group, Hendrix dubbed Wolfe "Randy
California" and the other "Randy Texas". Randy California would
later co-found the band Spirit with Ed Cassidy.

Hendrix and his new band quickly gained local attention and
played throughout New York City, but their primary spot was a
residency at the Cafe Wha? on MacDougal Street in the West
Village. During this period, Hendrix met and worked with singer-
guitarist Ellen McIlwaine and guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, who
was an employee at Manny's. Hendrix also met Frank Zappa during
this time, who is credited as having introduced Hendrix to the
newly-invented wah-wah pedal.