During the month of March, fans of legendary rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter Jimi Hendrix can take a look back at rare performances, interviews, and more when the documentary becomes available on Warner Archive.
This musical documentary, made three years after Jimi Hendrix’s fatal overdose at the age of 27, captures the elusive character of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall-of-Famer. Hendrix, arguably the most influential guitarist in the history of rock ‘n’ roll, is shown in rare performances, interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage featuring legendary songs such as “Purple Haze,” “Little Wing,” and “Foxy Lady.” The documentary also includes commentary from friends and fellow musicians such as Eric Clapton, Mick Jagger, Lou Reed, Mitch Mitchell, and Pete Townsend.
Warner Archive is a streaming video service that allows classic movie & TV lovers to rediscover hundreds of hard-to-find westerns, musicals, noir films, comedies and pre-code classics – many of which are exclusive, remastered and digitally available for the very first time. Each week, they resurface classic movies & TV shows in a whole new light, with curated collections ranging from holiday themes to topical events to showcasing the work of Hollywood’s greatest actors and directors. Warner Archive is currently available on your desktop, Roku, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, iPod and Android devices.
Check it out here:https://www.warnerarchive.com/.