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Jimi Hendrix in Beverly Hills

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Jimi Hendrix at Montagu Place in London | Photo MAGNUS/Rex Features

Tonight begins a month-long exhibition of Jimi Hendrix photographers in Beverly Hills. In fact, the 30 works, ranging from $1,500 to $40,000, by 17 photographers is one of the most extensive Los Angeles showings of famous musician.

The gallery show also happens to fall on the 40th anniversary of Hendrix’s first U.S. tour in 1968 as well as the controversial album Electric Ladyland that featured naked woman on the cover (link is NSFW). A signed, limited edition of the infamous image is part of the show.

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“Hendrix Revealed: A Life Through The Lens” includes photography by rock photographers Ed Caraeff, Eddie Kramer, David Montgomery, Bruce Fleming, David Redfern, Gered Mankowitz, Robert M. Knight, Jerry Schatzberg, Herb Schmitz, Dezo Hoffman, Barry Peake, David Magnus, Baron Wolman, Dominique Tarle and Rob Bosboom. It can be seen at the Celebrity Vault in Beverly Hills starting tonight at 6:00 p.m.