Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train A Comin’
Music Documentaries / 1 x 88' / HD
A new and insightful portrait of the iconic American legend featuring never-seen-before footage. This film traces Jimi Hendrix’s roots in Seattle through international stardom and his enduring legacy.
Directed by Bob Smeaton (‘The Beatles Anthology’), the film features interviews with an array of musical legends, including Hendrix himself; Paul McCartney; legendary producer, Eddie Kramer; friend and ZZ Top guitarist, Billy Gibbons and Steve Winwood, amongst others. There are also in-depth interviews with 3 women who played a significant role in Hendrix’s life – Faye Pridgeon who provided Hendrix with shelter, support and encouragement; Linda Keith who referred Jimi to Chas Chandler who helped Jimi form The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Colette Mimram who created some of his more memorable attire including the white fringed jacket, ornamented with blue glass beads, that he wore at Woodstock.
The film also includes rare footage of Jimi playing at the Miami Pop festival, his final performance at the Isle Of Fehmarn Festival in Germany on September 6, 1970 and other venues around the world along with family photos, writings, drawings and private letters by Jimi.
HD original footage with upgraded archive.