9 thoughts on “AN INFINITY OF JIMIS: Jimi Hendrix photographed by Raymundo de Larrain

  1. Who owns the rights to these photos? Are prints available? If so, where do I purchase?
    Thank You,
    Tony J

  2. I remember this article. Life had it in an issue with
    a fold-over cover showing–rather foolishly, I thought–a ballet dancer on front and Jimi on the inside fold.

    Soon after, a letter was printed saying that “it looked like Hendrix in his tomb…” instead of the fiery performer he was, etc.

    This proved to be prophetic.
    Less than a year later, Hendrix was in his grave.

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  4. Jimi was like magic. one moment he was here and the next moment he was gone.Electric ladyland had to be an time master peice. Just don’t do LSD and listen to it at the same time. It could be hazardist to alot of brain cells.

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