A new Jimi Hendrix documentary and a long-lost live album are out today, focusing on a Hendrix performance like none other in his career.
Music, Money, Madness… Jimi Hendrix in Maui focuses on a trip to Hawaii in July 1970, less than two months before the iconic guitarist’s death.
The trip was a chaotic one including a set performed at the foot of a volcano for just 400 people. The documentary includes unseen footage, while the concert has been digitally restored and released for the first time.
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