Editorial: The Release of the Jimi Hendrix Albert Hall film

The fully restored and long anticipated film of Jimi Hendrix at the Albert Hall will finally be shown for the first time, at the Albert Hall on the 21st of October.

While this is a huge call for celebration, one reason for the showing is that, in order to keep the copyright from running out, the owners need to have shown the property commercially within fifty years of the original claim.

Growing Up On The Wild Side – ‘An Unusual Life’, by C. Weber

October, Issue No 1. ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ was a huge deal culturally and musically, but it also had special significance in our young lives. Our father Tommy secured a contract from the Beatles to produce any film released of the same name as the record. He did this in a new business partnership venture with the guys who shot and edited the original clip for the song ‘A Day in The Life’.

Music Spotlight – Stephanie Rainey

October. Issue No 1. Hailing from Cork in Ireland and having struggled to get recognised for years, in 2015 Stephanie released a powerful song called ‘Please Don’t Go’, which was about her brother who passed away from cancer. The video and song went viral and notched up a few million views online. This year Donovan invited her to perform at the Golden Stone tribute concert to Brian Jones.