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Electric Lady "was this colorful, vibrant space that encouraged you to use your imagination and and inspired new music," says Lee Foster. It's an atmosphere he continues to cultivate in the studios today. Getty Images hide caption

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50 Years Later, Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios Is Still An Artistic Haven

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A look inside George Frideric Handel flat at 25 Brook Street (left), and Jimi Hendrix's at 23 Brook Street (right) Kimberly Junod/WXPN hide caption

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Handel And Hendrix In London On World Cafe

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Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers' album Bought to Rot is on our list of the best new albums out Nov. 9. Bryce Mata/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday For Nov. 9: The 8 Albums You Need To Hear Now

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Eddie Kramer On World Cafe

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Jimi Hendrix performs at the Hollywood Bowl in Sept. 1968. Chuck Boyd/Authentic Hendrix, LLC hide caption

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Eddie Kramer Completes Posthumous Jimi Hendrix Trilogy With 'Both Sides Of The Sky'

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Jimi Hendrix prepares to "sacrifice" his guitar at Monterey Pop in an iconic rock 'n' roll moment. Courtesy of Janus Films hide caption

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A Look Back At Monterey Pop, 50 Years Later

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Eljuri is a huge fan of the lead guitar work of the classic-rock era. Courtesy of Manovill Records hide caption

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Love For The Lead Guitar: Guest DJ Eljuri

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André Benjamin plays Jimi Hendrix in the new film Jimi: All Is By My Side. Patrick Redmond/Courtesy of Open Road Films hide caption

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From Sideman To Star: A New Film Captures Jimi Hendrix's Pivotal Year

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Debutantes in the opening waltz of the 2011 Vienna Opera Ball. The head of the Vienna Institute for Strauss Research calls the waltz "Austria's premier cultural export." JOE KLAMAR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Rhythm That Has Waltzed Away With Hearts

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The newest collection of Jimi Hendrix material is titled People, Hell and Angels. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Two Hours Of Jimi Hendrix On World Cafe

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