Alan on 17 May, 20225 out of 5 stars
lots of info about Jimis life whilst at Brook St, loved it
J on 11 May, 20225 out of 5 stars
This is a first class book which I recommend to any fan of Jimi Hendrix. Meticulously researched and written in engaging style.
Brad on 29 Apr, 20225 out of 5 stars
Wonderful little book with rare photos and well-researched text on Jimi's flat at 23 Brook St in London -- that's one bedroom worth hanging out in! Lots of rare info on the greatest guitarist of all time.
Karen Chaney on 23 Apr, 20225 out of 5 stars
Great item, speedy delivery. Many thanks
Separated by a wall & 200 years are the homes of two musicians who chose London & changed music.
In a single street in London, separated by a wall, are the homes of two of history’s most significant musical artists: George Frideric Handel & Jimi Hendrix.
25 Brook Street is the house that belonged to Handel and the place where he composed some of the world’s most enduring Baroque music such as Zadok the Priest, Music for the Royal Fireworks and Messiah. Visit the rooms where he ate, slept, rehearsed and entertained in a modest mid-terraced house for the last 36 years of his life and understand the man behind these incredible works.
The top floor of 23 Brook Street is the flat where Jimi Hendrix lived with his girlfriend, record player and guitar from 1968-69. Step back in time to 60s London and visit the room where he slept, partied, worked and relaxed. Come and see Hendrix’s only recognised home in the world.
Handel & Hendrix
In a single street in London, separated by a wall, are the homes of two of history’s most significant musical artists: George Frideric Handel & Jimi Hendrix. Here we sell some of the exclusive items from the museum's gift shop.
Biddles print all types of books from black and white text only to highly illustrated colour books offering short run digital and offset litho printing for paperbacks, hardbacks, saddle stitched booklets and wiro bound books.
Jimpress publish a Jimi Hendrix related magazine as well as a number of books, celebrating the life of a guitar legend.
People will always need plates
Shepton Mallet, England
People Will Always Need Plates is the creation of Hannah Dipper and Robin Farquhar. Launched in 2003, we use high quality, low volume batch production to create witty, thoughtful and stylish products as a direct antithesis to the current proliferation of cheap, throwaway design.
Rapanui are an ethical fashion company committed to sustainability in the textiles industry.
Repeat Repeat design and produce beautiful contemporary bone-china pottery from their design studio and factory in Stoke. All their pottery is made using traditional techniques, celebrating the age-old craftsmanship and heritage of the English Potteries. Most pieces start with liquid clay poured in
They are local printing firm in London who help to supply our museum shop with bespoke items related to our collection.
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