Hendrix engineer visits iconic club for album playback
Kramer presents the new album
Jimi Hendrix’s engineer Eddie Kramer this week returned to the venue where the Jimi Hendrix Experience played their first-ever UK public show.
Kramer was in London’s Bag O’Nails Club for the playback of upcoming Hendrix album People, Hell And Angels. The club was recently refurbished to match the way it looked when the iconic guitarist played there in 1966.
BBC Radio 6 presenter Shaun Keaveny hosted Kramer’s Q&A
The refurbished Bag O’Nails Club
People, Hell And Angels was completed by Kramer, based on recordings Hendrix made in 1970. The engineer describes it as “a fantastic window into his mind.”
It’s available as a limited-edition Classic Rock Collector’s Fan Pack, containing the album in full plus a 116-page magazine and collectable art carts.
Classic Rock Presents Jimi Hendrix: People Hell And Angels can be pre-ordered now