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 (hĕn′drĭks), Jimi Originally James Marshall Hendrix. 1942-1970.
American musician whose innovative electric guitar playing greatly influenced the development of rock music.


(Biography) Jimi, full name James Marshall Hendrix. 1942–70, US rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter, noted for his innovative guitar technique. His recordings include "Purple Haze" (1967) and Are you Experienced? (1967)


(ˈhɛn drɪks)
Jimi, 1942–70, U.S. rock guitarist and songwriter.
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