From the time he was 27 years old until his untimely death in 1970, the renowned Jimi Hendrix shocked the music world to its very core as a musical and lyrical revolutionary. Despite this, his corpus of work is timeless and universal, engaging both old and new followers. In this first-of-its-kind collection, famous rock journalists Harvey and Kenneth Kubernik pay tribute to Jimi Hendrix’s life, music, and legacy. His extraordinary story is woven together by their multi-voice narrative. There are fascinating behind-the-scenes contributions from the time’s scenemakers and performers, including previously unpublished snippets from interviews with recording, producing, and engineering principals from Hendrix’s career, with a focus on his music. Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child is the perfect keepsake for Hendrix fans, with breathtaking images and memorabilia.