Jimi Hendrix Band of GypsyThe Flood Gallery
After releasing another landmark studio album with 1968’s Electric Ladyland, and staging a career-defining live performance at the 1969 Woodstock festival, Jimi Hendrix was under pressure to release a brand new long-player. Having dissolved The Jimi Hendrix Experience, he assembled a new group, Band Of Gypsies, with bassist Billy Cox and drummer Buddy Miles, and debuted them at the iconic Fillmore East venue in New York, in January 1970. Performing four shows over two nights, Hendrix’s first all-black group marked the guitarist’s first forays into funk and R&B territory, laying the blueprint for the funk-rock of the 70s. The final Hendrix album issued in his lifetime, Band Of Gypsies was recorded live during the Fillmore run, its moody cover photo capturing the guitarist bathed in a liquid light show conceived by pioneering 60s lighting designer Joshua White.
- High quality giclee print
- Officially licensed album artwork
- Already framed and mounted- ready to go straight on the wall!
- Shipping to UK only
- Available in 61cm/24.1" sq or 46cm/18.1"sq