When I was much younger he tried to take guitar lessons, but I had my guitar and my father used. There was no way I could play the guitar left-handed like Jimi so I finally gave up and decided that the handling of the guitar in the other and appreciate my energy on other things.
Jimi was born on November 27, 1942 in Seattle, Washington, and is remembered as one of the best guitarists of all time (the biggest for me). Jimi first became famous in the U.S. (Your country) and ended his career in London, England. Jimi was a great success in the U.S. when he performed at the Monteray Pop Festival in 1967, which later led to the Woodstock Festival in 1969. Jimi’s music had many influences such as Muddy Waters, BB King, Curtis Mayfield and even Pete Townshend (The Who) and was also influenced by his Native American heritage.
Over the years helped Jimi music revolution by developing several guitar techniques (with overdriven amplifiers to produce information guitar), and was one of the first artists to stereo effects and phasing in the recording studio for use . Jimi is also known for his flamboyant dress and theatrical performances. The circumstances until Jimi’s death still a bit of mystery and the details vary from report to report.
Jimi was inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall ‘of Fame in 1992 and many other achievements as a pop musician Melody Maker in 1967 and 1968, Rolling Stone Magazines number 1 of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time, and has also been star on the Walk of Fame Hollywood.
Jimi released several studio albums (some more than remarkable Are You Experienced, Axis: Bold as Love, Rainbow Bridge and Electric Ladyland) and has also released several live albums (Band of Gypsys, Isle of Wight, and Bleeding Heart by name a few). Some of the most popular singles were Jimi: Hey Joe, Stone Free, Purple Haze, All Along the Watchtower, Foxy Lady, Voodoo Child and Little Wing.
There are many artists and bands that Jimi’s music covers the years (The Cure – Purple Haze, Stone Free – Eric Clapton, Bold As Love – The Pretenders) and there is a series of tribute albums in his honor.
My Top 10 songs from Jimi Hendrix are:
01. All Along the Watchtower
02. Hey Joe
03. Purple Haze
04. Voodoo Child
05. Crosstown Traffic
06. Little Wing
07. Stepping Stone
08. Look over yonder
10. Spanish Castle Magic
It begins perhaps with his alarm clock that wakes in the morning, all the voice messages you receive and that your workday, your MP3 player cheap in the gym, or until you fall asleep listening to some soothing sounds of nature in the CD player in your nightstand. Well, let’s look at the history of audio recording.
In 1877, Thomas Alva Edison invented the phonograph. Edison hit a foil wrapped around a rapidly spinning cylinder. As he spoke, his words were translated into notches on the foil. Later, when the current prototype was built, and played the famous nursery rhyme Edison “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” which became the first audio recording in the history of mankind!
In 1878, Oberlin Smith, an American mechanical engineer, inspired by Edison’s invention of the phonograph. He found a form of electrical signals from a microphone into notches on a flat disk, and the first version of “record” was born! Jules Levy Yankee Doodle recording is generally regarded as music for the first time in history.
In 1881, Clement Adler accidentally discovered the “stereo” effect.
In 1888, Emile Berliner, an American of German descent, came up with a way to record sounds into a flat disk.
In 1906, Lee DeForest invented the vacuum tube top that could enhance electronic signals. This invention was in the electronic age, and of course the electronic age of audio recordings.
In 1925, Bell Labs developed the first system with a mobile armor sliced planes take. The anchor was an electromagnetic device that the movement of the cutting needle control. Joseph Henry Harrison Maxfield and lead the team that developed the anchor.
In 1935, BASF developed the first plastic film based on magnetic tapes. The tape consists of a cellulose acetate film as backing material coated with a lacquer pigment magnetic iron oxide and cellulose acetate as a binder.
In 1946, the Brush Development Corporation has created a tape semi-professional. Within the same time, 3M introduced Scotch No. 100 tape oxide black paper.
In 1949, the first microgroove 33-1/3 rpm long-playing vinyl (LP) records were introduced by Columbia Records. Acetate-based tapes are introduced.
In 1954, Sony produced the first pocket transistor radio, portable tape recorder Ampex produced. The first commercial 2-track stereo tapes are released.
In 1963, Philips introduced the cassette tape format compact. Mass production of the tapes began in Hanover, Germany in 1964, and music cassettes were first produced and distributed in 1965. The popularity of cassettes grew enormously in the years 1970 and 1980, especially after the portable cassette Walkman was introduced as the market.
In 1980, EMT introduced the first hard disk digital recorder, and Sony has introduced a palm-sized stereo cassette player “Walkman.”
In 1981, Philips demonstrated the Compact Disc (CD), and in 1982, Sony released the first CD player
In 1993, the first MP3 players on the market. The breakthrough MP3 technology was the result of psychoacoustics, and the ability to compress an audio file of a typical 50 MB, MP3 file typically 3-5 MB.
John Lennon was born in October 1940 during a German air raid in the Maternity Hospital on Oxford Street in London. During his youth he saw little of his father, Freddie, who went AWOL while in the Navy. For several years, John was raised by his sister, his mother Mimi.
In his early years John was a naughty student who would soon micky teachers and other students take. While in his teens he had his first guitar and spent many hours playing. After the Beatles became famous John presents Mimi with a silver bowl from.
In late 1950 John formed a rock band called the Quarry Men Skiffle. Lennon focuses on the most satirical and McCartney was diverted to the qualities most cheerful optimist. Lennon was considered the leader of the Beatles because of their age and superior musical talent. It was, however, McCartney convinced Lennon, George Harrison’s band as a guitarist to go.
The first concert was the Beatles at the Cavern Club, Liverpool on March 21, 1961. After being rejected by many record labels, who eventually signed with Parlophone in 1962. During the great success of the Beatles during the 1960 John Lennon used to be the visible head of the group, but said that the group decisions were democratic.
John Lennon was no stranger to controversy. In the 1960′s, commented outside the band of Jesus that the group landed in a swamp of controversy. John Lennon said, “The Beatles were more popular than Jesus.” There was also a record wave of fires, although Lennon wryly noted that first burn to buy.
The career of John Lennon solo
In 1969, the Beatles began to spread, it was John Lennon, who was the main factor behind this. After 1970, John Lennon solo career created a highly successful, often with the help of his second wife, Yoko Ono. In the early 1970′s John Lennon was also a figure of the anti-war. His song “Give Peace a Chance” became an anthem for the antiwar movement.