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Chega às lojas no próximo dia 8 de Março o álbum "Valleys of Neptune", um registo que documenta as últimas gravações de estúdio originais da banda Jimi Hendrix Experience, em 1969.

A edição de coleccionador do álbum traz mais 60 minutos de música inédita, sob a forma de um novo disco de Jimi Hendrix, entre gravações originais e novas misturas, a cargo de Eddie Kramer, engenheiro de som que trabalhou com Hendrix em discos incontornáveis como "Are You Experienced?", de 1967.

Além das gravações originais de temas como 'Ships Passing Through the Night' e 'Hear My Train A Comin', o álbum inclui as versões de 'Bleeding Heart' de Elmore James e 'Sunshine of Your Love', dos Cream.

"Valleys of Neptune" é apresentado pela canção-título, com lançamento marcado como single para o dia 2 de Fevereiro.

Este lançamento é acompanhado pela chegada às lojas das edições de luxo em CD e DVD dos álbuns "Are You Experienced?", "Axis: Bold As Love", "Electric Ladyland" e "First Days of the New Rising Sun", também disponíveis em vinil a partir de 8 de Março.

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Tal como Jim Morrison, não se sabe ao certo.

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Early on September 18, 1970, Jimi Hendrix died in London under circumstances which have never been fully explained. He had spent the latter part of the previous evening at a party and was picked up by girlfriend Monika Dannemann and driven to her flat at the Samarkand Hotel, 22 Lansdowne Crescent, Notting Hill. According to the estimated time of death, from autopsy data and statements by friends about the evening of September 17, he would have died within a few hours after midnight, though no precise estimate was made at the original inquest.[113]

Dannemann claimed in her original testimony that after they returned to her lodgings the evening before, Hendrix, unknown to her, had taken nine of her prescribed Vesperax sleeping pills. The normal medical dose was half a tablet, but Hendrix was unfamiliar with this very strong German brand. According to surgeon John Bannister, the doctor who initially attended to him, Hendrix had asphyxiated in his own vomit, mainly red wine which had filled his airways, as the autopsy was to show.[114] For years, Dannemann publicly claimed that she had only discovered that her lover was unconscious and unresponsive sometime after 9.00 AM, that Hendrix was alive when placed in the back of the ambulance after half past eleven, and that she rode with him on the way to the hospital; the latter two are denied by the ambulance crew. However, Dannemann's comments about that morning were often contradictory, varying from interview to interview.[115] Police and ambulance statements reveal that there was no one but Hendrix in the flat when they arrived at 11.27 AM, and not only was he dead when they arrived on the scene, but was fully clothed and had been dead for some time.[116]

Lyrics written by Hendrix, which were found in the apartment, led Eric Burdon to make a premature announcement on the BBC-TV program 24 Hours that he believed Hendrix had committed suicide. Burdon often claimed he had been telephoned by Dannemann after she discovered that Jimi failed to wake up.[117]

Following a libel case brought in 1996 by Hendrix's long-term English girlfriend Kathy Etchingham, Monika Dannemann committed suicide, though her later lover, Uli Jon Roth, has made accusations of foul play.[118]

A former Animals "roadie," James "Tappy" Wright, published a book in May 2009 claiming Hendrix's manager, Mike Jeffery, admitted to him that he had Hendrix killed because the rock star wanted to end his management contract.[119] This claim was given added weight when John Bannister, the doctor who attended the scene of his death in 1970 stated publicly in 2009 "The amount of wine that was over him was just extraordinary. Not only was it saturated right through his hair and shirt but his lungs and stomach were absolutely full of wine. I have never seen so much wine. We had a sucker that you put down into his trachea, the entrance to his lungs and to the whole of the back of his throat. We kept sucking him out and it kept surging and surging. He had already vomited up masses of red wine and I would have thought there was half a bottle of wine in his hair. He had really drowned in a massive amount of red wine."[120] This testimony is contradicted by everyone else involved, the ambulance drivers and Dr Donald Teare etc.[121] Bannister according to the Daily Mail was struck off for "fraudlent conduct", thus making his testimony questionable.[122]

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Não se sabe bem, teoricamente afogado no próprio vomito depois de uma festa. Há quem diga que foi suicídio com comprimidos, ou apenas cenas que tomou.

Morreu há 40 anos em Londres, acho que foi mais um que não chegou aos 30anos.

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