The Jimi Hendrix Experience Records “Purple Haze” | This Week In Music History

On January 11th, 1967, The Jimi Hendrix Experience recorded “Purple Haze.” The song initially came to Hendrix in a dream, which led to ten pages of lyrics. Eventually, after some experimentation, “Purple Haze” was born. Uncover the creation and inspiration behind what Rolling Stone ranks as the #2 best guitar song ever with This Week in Music History.

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