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Hendrix was a serious
student of the Blues

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Not the highest quality video in our archive, but one of the most intriguing.

This rough film shot in 1968 shows Chicago Bluesman Buddy Guy playing in a small club with an appreciative Jimi Hendrix watching from the audience.

Everyone knows about Jimi Hendrix the psychedelic rock star, but few are aware of Jim Hendrix, serious student of the Blues.

After the first tune, "Stormy Monday", Hendrix grabs a guitar and the two jam.



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