The memorial is an impressive granite dome supported by three pillars under which Jimi Hendrix is interred.
The first Jimi Hendrix Experience album contained no previous U.K. singles and was released in the U.K. on May 12, 1967 under the title, Are You Experienced.
The LP entitled "Historic Performances Recorded at the Monterey International Pop Festival: Otis Redding/The Jimi Hendrix Experience," was released in 1970, and featured four songs performed by Hendrix on side one.
Chandler then helped Hendrix form a new band, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, with British musicians Noel Redding, a guitarist-turned-bassist, and Mitch Mitchell, a drummer.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience performed for the last time in the U.K. at London's Royal Albert Hall on February 18 and February 24 1969 in two sold-out concerts.
Jimi Hendrix (November 27, 1942, Seattle, Washington – September 18, 1970, London, England) was a singer, songwriter, and guitarist.
Both the albums offered a shocking opening track for the Jimi Hendrix Experience and demonstrated the new possibilities that the electric guitar is capable of.