In this revelatory book, now UPDATED AND EXPANDED, Sean Egan tells the story of the making of the Jimi Hendrix Experience's classic 1967 debut. His interviews with key figures and access to diary entries help create the definitive study of one of the most important, groundbreaking and exciting albums ever made.
"...proffers a wealth of dedicated detail. Utilising scores of new interviews, he offers a keen sense of Hendrix's impact on the London scene..." - Q
"...with copious facts for the boffin seeking tape reduction info or the beginner pondering how these imperishable sounds were fashioned, [this] is an accessible, informative read"- Record Collector
"...his judgements on this album are sound and lovingly eloquent..." - Uncut
"An original contribution to the enormous body of Hendrix literature" - Library Journal