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 Post subject: Jimpress 124
PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2021 10:19 pm 
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Out in mid-December. Contents to follow (in a while).

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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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Out in mid-December. Contents to follow (in a while).

Excellent news....grab yourself a beer!

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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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No beer yet...I haven't finished writing it...it goes to the printer on Sunday night whatever happens between now and then...and I'm going to a sausage festival tomorrow so there might be some gaps...

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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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SteveRodham wrote:
No beer yet...I haven't finished writing it...it goes to the printer on Sunday night whatever happens between now and then...and I'm going to a sausage festival tomorrow so there might be some gaps...

OK, so grab yourself a sausage then....Oh, hang on, that doesn't sound quite right. :o

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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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I have mine, thank you :D

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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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You seem to be the only one, so gloat while you can.

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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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Received my copy as well many thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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Congratulations to Ben Valkhoff and Jimpress on the wonderful interview with Beth Bergman in JP124. It was definitely worth putting out as soon as you had it ready.

The interview unquestionably sheds new light on the confused circumstances of Jimi's last evening, as well as clarifying some of the motivations of those present. Caesar Glebbeek's "Until we meet again: the last weeks of Jimi Hendrix", is the best account I know of the final hours of Jimi's life, but I suspect he will need to revise his analysis of the circumstances of 17 September 1970 in the light of this new account. Glebbeek's 2011 work favours Monika Dannemann's account over Harvey's. By contrast Beth Bergman's account corroborates and expands Harvey's account, and makes it clear why he was so reluctant to be interviewed or have his association with Hendrix and Dannemann made public, for fear of embarrassing his father, a prominent member of the House of Lords.

It seems astonishing that accounts like this are still emerging more than fifty years after Jimi's death. How often those with the quietest voices have the most interesting stories to tell!

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 Post subject: Re: Jimpress 124
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Not only did I get a copy delivered Friday I'm almost done reading it.

Can spend my Christmas searching out rare red label Astans now!

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