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Photograph Â© Jim Marshall from the book Trust: Photographs of Jim Marshall (Omnibus Press)
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Jimi Hendrix, June 1967 during the Monterey Pop Festival.
"The first time I shot Jimi was at Monterey Pop," Marshall writes in his book. "It was during his soundcheck and there was just me, Jimi's band, a few crew and Al Kooper in an empty arena. Jimi was on the stage and I went up to him and introduced myself, 'I'm Jim Marshall, photographer, I'm gonna be taking pictures, is everything cool?' He says, 'Man, maybe this shit is meant to be.' I'm like, 'What do you mean?' He goes, 'The dude who makes my amplifiers is called Jim Marshall.' Like a smart ass I say, 'Yeah I know that' and he says, 'But what you don't know is my name is Jim Marshall too.' His given name was James Marshall Hendrix. We were a little stoned as I recall."
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