Listen to your favorite songs from The Jimi Hendrix Experience. I don't like Mitchell. With a beautiful 80-page booklet, and purporting to have 46 unreleased tracks, further inspection actually reveals less than meets the eye, at least for collectors. These materials surfaced after two employees, under the instructions of Mike Jeffery, removed items from Hendrix's Greenwich Village apartment following his death. He favored overdriven amplifiers with high volume and gain, and was instrumental in popularizing the previously undesirable sounds caused by guitar amplifier feedback. Hendrix was the recipient of several music awards during his lifetime and posthumously. [69] Hendrix also met the Allen twins, Arthur and Albert. In this performance, Jimi transcended the medium of rock music, and set an entirely new standard for the potential of electric guitar. [94][nb 14], Feeling restricted by his experiences as an R&B sideman, Hendrix moved in 1966 to New York City's Greenwich Village, which had a vibrant and diverse music scene. [62] Not to be upstaged, Hendrix also learned to play in this way. [224] Pop critic Al Aronowitz of the New York Post wrote: "It was the most electrifying moment of Woodstock, and it was probably the single greatest moment of the sixties. In 1966, Jimi Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell, and Noel Redding played together for the first time. The Jimi Hendrix Experience è stato il primo gruppo che faceva capo al chitarrista Jimi Hendrix; comprendeva il bassista Noel Redding e il batterista Mitch Mitchell. Download our mobile app now. [106] Keith referred him to Chas Chandler, who was leaving the Animals and was interested in managing and producing artists. In 2010, when a federal court of appeals decided on whether online sharing of a music recording constituted a performance, they cited Hendrix in their decision stating: "Hendrix memorably (or not, depending on one's sensibility) offered a 'rendition' of the Star-Spangled Banner at Woodstock when he performed it aloud in 1969". [257] Architect and acoustician John Storyk designed Electric Lady Studios for Hendrix, who requested that they avoid right angles where possible. During the show, Hendrix gave an especially dynamic performance before setting his guitar on fire at the end of a 45-minute set. [107] Chandler liked the Billy Roberts song "Hey Joe", and was convinced he could create a hit single with the right artist. [68] A Harlem native with connections throughout the area's music scene, Pridgon provided him with shelter, support, and encouragement. VISIONARIES, TRAILBLAZERS, OUTLAWS, SONIC ASTRONAUTS, WITCHES, WIZARDS, SLUDGELORDS, VIXENS, NOISE MONGERS, GENIUSES & BEAUTIFUL WEIRDOS that you should hear before you die. [220] The audience, which peaked at an estimated 400,000 people, was reduced to 30,000–40,000, many of whom had waited to catch a glimpse of Hendrix before leaving during his performance. [113] In 1989, Clapton described the performance: "He played just about every style you could think of, and not in a flashy way. [319] Legacy and Experience Hendrix launched the 2010 Jimi Hendrix Catalog Project starting with the release of Valleys of Neptune in March of that year. In the wake of the stunt, members of London's press labeled Hendrix the "Black Elvis" and the "Wild Man of Borneo". Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. [299] Dannemann later revealed that Hendrix had taken nine of her prescribed Vesparax sleeping tablets, 18 times the recommended dosage. [34][nb 7] In 1958, Hendrix completed his studies at Washington Junior High School and began attending, but did not graduate from, Garfield High School. [268] On September 16, Hendrix performed in public for the last time during an informal jam at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in Soho with Eric Burdon and his latest band, War. Three other songs were recorded during the sessions—"Dancin' All Over the World", "You Better Stop", and "Every Time I Think About You"—but Vee Jay did not release them at the time due to their poor quality. The world's highest-paid performer,[2] he headlined the Woodstock Festival in 1969 and the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970 before his accidental death in London from barbiturate-related asphyxia on September 18, 1970. [336] During the four years prior to his death, he purchased between 50 and 100 Marshall amplifiers. In 1946, Johnny's parents changed his name to James Marshall Hendrix, in honor of Al and his late brother Leon Marshall. [342], Hendrix used a Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face and a Vox wah pedal during recording sessions and performances, but also experimented with other guitar effects. "Father to Get Hendrix Song, Image Rights", "Seven Fender Stratocaster Models That Pay Tribute to Jimi Hendrix", "Experiencing Jimi Hendrix : For today's budding crop of black rock musicians, he's more than a guitar hero—he's a role model", "Jimi Hendrix's Lost Influence on the '90s Grunge Explosion", "Jerry Cantrell Interview: Grinding it Out", Black Sabbath's Geezer Butler talks lyrical inspiration, "Randy Hansen's Hendrix Revolution: The Rolling Stone Interview", "Uli Jon Roth's 5 Essential Guitar Albums", "Halsey, the 'Poet' of Pop Music, Gender Bends Into Bowie and Bob Dylan", "Ace Frehley Discusses the Jimi Hendrix Experience's 'Are You Experienced?' You sacrifice things you love. "[389] "For many", Hendrix was "the preeminent black rocker", according to Jon Caramanica. [254] This would be Hendrix's final concert appearance in the US. [44], Soon after he acquired the acoustic guitar, Hendrix formed his first band, the Velvetones. [270] He died less than 48 hours later. Jimi Hendrix is part of the 27 Club, a list of musicians who died when they were 27 years old. [281], In January 1968, the Experience travelled to Sweden to start a one-week tour of Europe. [240], On January 28, 1970, a third and final Band of Gypsys appearance took place; they performed during a music festival at Madison Square Garden benefiting the anti-Vietnam War Moratorium Committee titled the "Winter Festival for Peace". The Jimi Hendrix Experience - All Along The Watchtower (Official … [108] Impressed with Hendrix's version of the song, he brought him to London on September 24, 1966,[109] and signed him to a management and production contract with himself and ex-Animals manager Michael Jeffery. King, Howlin' Wolf, and Robert Johnson. McCartney described the moment: "The curtains flew back and he came walking forward playing 'Sgt. It could have been the start of any potential conflict between him and Chas in the studio. I've been wanting to get a Jimi CD for quite some time. Hendrix decided that they would record the LP, Band of Gypsys, during two live appearances. [173] During the verses, Hendrix doubled his singing with a guitar line which he played one octave lower than his vocals. In 1966, Jimi Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell, and Noel Redding played together for the first time. [142], Although popular in Europe at the time, the Experience's first US single, "Hey Joe", failed to reach the Billboard Hot 100 chart upon its release on May 1, 1967. [349] In 1968, he told Guitar Player magazine that electric blues artists Muddy Waters, Elmore James, and B.B. Later, while under the influence of drugs and alcohol, he accused his friend Paul Caruso of the theft, threw punches and stones at him, and chased him away from his house. Hendrix and Etchingham ended their relationship in early 1969. During the years of 1966 and 1970, The Jimi Hendrix Experience was a force to be reckoned with. During this time, Mitchell was unavailable for commitments made by Jeffery, which included Hendrix's first appearance on US TV—on The Dick Cavett Show—where he was backed by the studio orchestra, and an appearance on The Tonight Show where he appeared with Cox and session drummer Ed Shaughnessy. [412] On August 21, 2016, Jimi Hendrix was inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame in Dearborn, Michigan. [21] Al received an honorable discharge from the US Army on September 1, 1945. [154] The Los Angeles Times asserted that, upon leaving the stage, Hendrix "graduated from rumor to legend". MP3 Music Listen with Music Unlimited. [131] In London, recording began at De Lane Lea Studios, and later moved to the prestigious Olympic Studios. [32][nb 6] By the age of 33, Hendrix's mother Lucille had developed cirrhosis of the liver, and on February 2, 1958, she died when her spleen ruptured. Storia del gruppo. [350] Howlin' Wolf also inspired Hendrix, who performed Wolf's "Killing Floor" as the opening song of his US debut at the Monterey Pop Festival. [278], When Hendrix drank to excess or mixed drugs with alcohol, often he became angry and violent. shipping: + $5.00 shipping . [216] The festival MC, Chip Monck, introduced the group as "the Jimi Hendrix Experience", but Hendrix clarified: "We decided to change the whole thing around and call it 'Gypsy Sun and Rainbows'. At the recommendation of a former associate of Joe Tex, Ronnie Isley granted Hendrix an audition that led to an offer to become the guitarist with the Isley Brothers' back-up band, the I.B. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. [90] While the relationship with Chalpin was short-lived, his contract remained in force, which later caused legal and career problems for Hendrix. Earlier in the festival, a German photographer advised Caraeff, who was taking pictures of performers, to save film for Hendrix. Down there you have to play with your teeth or else you get shot. [184] Redding later recalled: "There were tons of people in the studio; you couldn't move. [261], When the European leg of the Cry of Love tour began, Hendrix was longing for his new studio and creative outlet, and was not eager to fulfill the commitment. The violence sometimes drove Hendrix to withdraw and hide in a closet in their home. [88] In October 1965, he and Knight recorded the single, "How Would You Feel" backed with "Welcome Home". [328] Hendrix also used Fender Jazzmasters, Duosonics, two different Gibson Flying Vs, a Gibson Les Paul, three Gibson SGs, a Gretsch Corvette, and a Fender Jaguar. He moved into the Hotel Theresa in Harlem, where he befriended Lithofayne Pridgon, known as "Faye", who became his girlfriend. [175] The painting was then superimposed on a copy of a mass-produced religious poster. Maybe someone can educate.. It was a party, not a session. "Hendrix Sale: A Hazy Experience : Contracts: MCA Music Entertainment Group delays a multimillion-dollar purchase of guitarist's recording and publishing copyrights after the late rock star's father protests the sale. [153] According to author Gail Buckland, the final frame of "Hendrix kneeling in front of his burning guitar, hands raised, is one of the most famous images in rock". Players before him had experimented with feedback and distortion, but Hendrix turned those effects and others into a controlled, fluid vocabulary every bit as personal as the blues with which he began."[3]. He was the first. "[148] The Experience went on to perform renditions of "Hey Joe", B.B. [201] On February 18 and 24, they played sold-out concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall, which were the last European appearances of this lineup. [357] Music journalist Chuck Philips wrote: "In a field almost exclusively populated by white musicians, Hendrix has served as a role model for a cadre of young black rockers. "[196], In January 1969, after an absence of more than six months, Hendrix briefly moved back into his girlfriend Kathy Etchingham's Brook Street apartment, which was next door to what is now the Handel House Museum in the West End of London. Audio CD $28.17 $ 28. [114] Chandler began looking for a drummer and soon after contacted Mitch Mitchell through a mutual friend. [65] In addition to playing in his own band, Hendrix performed as a backing musician for various soul, R&B, and blues musicians, including Wilson Pickett, Slim Harpo, Sam Cooke, Ike & Tina Turner[66] and Jackie Wilson. Issued in August by Rosemart Records and distributed by Atlantic, the track reached number 35 on the Billboard chart. [405][406], The blue plaque identifying Hendrix's former residence at 23 Brook Street, London, (next door to the former residence of George Frideric Handel) was the first issued by English Heritage to commemorate a pop star. [52] In November 1961, fellow serviceman Billy Cox walked past an army club and heard Hendrix playing. [132] It also included the experimental science fiction piece, "Third Stone from the Sun" and the post-modern soundscapes of the title track, with prominent backwards guitar and drums. "[3][nb 41], While creating his unique musical voice and guitar style, Hendrix synthesized diverse genres, including blues, R&B, soul, British rock, American folk music, 1950s rock and roll, and jazz. Gold and Goldstein filmed the Royal Albert Hall shows, but as of 2013. [321][nb 36], Hendrix played a variety of guitars, but was most associated with the Fender Stratocaster. I'm not that kind of Indian. I liked Hendrix. The rest is history. Although his mainstream career spanned only four years, he is widely regarded as one of the most influential electric guitarists in the history of popular music, and one of the most celebrated musicians of the 20th century. [343] He also uses the effect on "Up from the Skies", "Little Miss Lover", and "Still Raining, Still Dreaming". His performance was uncharacteristically subdued; he quietly played backing guitar, and refrained from the histrionics that people had come to expect from him. Songs: Hey Joe, Purple Haze, Little Wing, All Along The Watchtower, Foxey Lady.. Members: Jimi Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell, Billy Cox. Le nom est réutilisé pour la formation de 1970, alors que Noel Redding est remplacé par Billy Cox. The Jimi Hendrix Experience was a short-lived, yet highly influential rock band famous for the guitar work of Jimi Hendrix (1942– 1970) on songs such as Purple Haze, Foxy Lady, Hey Joe, Voodoo Child (Slight Return) and All Along the Watchtower.Rounding out the Experience were Noel Redding (1945–2003) and Mitch Mitchell (1947–2008) on bass and drums respectively. [338], One of Hendrix's signature effects was the wah-wah pedal, which he first heard used with an electric guitar in Cream's "Tales of Brave Ulysses", released in May 1967. Bassist Noel Redding had a tape recording of this mix, which had to be smoothed out with an iron as it had gotten wrinkled. [352], Cox stated that during their time serving in the US military, he and Hendrix primarily listened to southern blues artists such as Jimmy Reed and Albert King. [61] In Seattle, Hendrix saw Butch Snipes play with his teeth and now the Kasual's second guitarist, Alphonso "Baby Boo" Young, was performing this guitar gimmick. He would try to explain this to people, but it didn't make sense because it was not linked to reality in any way. Hendrix joked: "Maybe I can smash up an elephant", to which Altham replied: "Well, it's a pity you can't set fire to your guitar". [4][5] His paternal grandmother, Zenora "Nora" Rose Moore, was African American and one-quarter Cherokee. [120], In mid-November, they performed at the Bag O'Nails nightclub in London, with Clapton, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Jeff Beck, Pete Townshend, Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, and Kevin Ayers in attendance. King, Al Kooper, and Elvin Bishop. He uses the effect during his performance at Woodstock and on the Band of Gypsys track "Machine Gun", which prominently features the Uni-vibe along with an Octavia and a Fuzz Face. "[184] In 2004, author Peter Doggett wrote: "For pure experimental genius, melodic flair, conceptual vision and instrumental brilliance, Electric Ladyland remains a prime contender for the status of rock's greatest album. [15] Johnny Allen Hendrix was born on November 27, 1942, in Seattle; he was the first of Lucille's five children. Artist information Sort name: Hendrix, Jimi, Experience, The Type: Group Founded: 1966 Founded in: London, England, United Kingdom Dissolved: 1969-06 (3 … James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix (born Johnny Allen Hendrix; November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970) was an American musician, singer, and songwriter. "[204] The last Experience sessions that included Redding—a re-recording of "Stone Free" for use as a possible single release—took place on April 14 at Olmstead and the Record Plant in New York. [116] In late October, Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp, managers of the Who, signed the Experience to their newly formed label, Track Records, and the group recorded their first song, "Hey Joe", on October 23. [14] Al, who had been drafted by the US Army to serve in World War II, left to begin his basic training three days after the wedding. If we'd go out, Jimi would stay in his room. [277] According to Cross, "few stars were as closely associated with the drug culture as Jimi". [118] Their enthusiastically received 15-minute performance at the Olympia theatre in Paris on October 18 marks the earliest known recording of the band. [238], The Band of Gypsys album was the only official live Hendrix LP made commercially available during his lifetime; several tracks from the Woodstock and Monterey shows were released later that year. With round windows, an ambient lighting machine, and a psychedelic mural, Storyk wanted the studio to have a relaxing environment that would encourage Hendrix's creativity. [212] Manager Michael Jeffery arranged the accommodations in the hope that the respite might encourage Hendrix to write material for a new album. Mitchell, who had recently been fired from Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, participated in a rehearsal with Redding and Hendrix where they found common ground in their shared interest in rhythm and blues. [187][nb 27] Electric Ladyland was released on October 25, and by mid-November it had reached number one in the US, spending two weeks at the top spot. Famous performances Monterey Pop Festival • The Winterland • Royal Albert Hall … [280], Hendrix was passing through customs at Toronto International Airport on May 3, 1969 when authorities found a small amount of heroin and hashish in his luggage. [127], On March 31, 1967, while the Experience waited to perform at the London Astoria, Hendrix and Chandler discussed ways in which they could increase the band's media exposure. [25] The family frequently moved, staying in cheap hotels and apartments around Seattle. [75], Hendrix toured with the Isleys during much of 1964, but near the end of October, after growing tired of playing the same set every night, he left the band. [413] The James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix United States Post Office in Renton Highlands near Seattle, about a mile from Hendrix's grave and memorial, was renamed for Hendrix in 2019. He didn't move until it was time for the show. [161] Chandler later said he engineered the tour to gain publicity for Hendrix. [140][nb 22] In 2005, Rolling Stone called the double-platinum LP Hendrix's "epochal debut", and they ranked it the 15th greatest album of all time, noting his "exploitation of amp howl", and characterizing his guitar playing as "incendiary ... historic in itself". Free shipping . [163] It also showcased an experimental stereo panning effect in which sounds emanating from Hendrix's guitar move through the stereo image, revolving around the listener. There a group was built around Jimi, also featuring Mitch Mitchell on drums and Noel Redding on bass, that was dubbed the Jimi Hendrix Experience. [131] The album, Are You Experienced, features a diversity of musical styles, including blues tracks such as "Red House" and "Highway Chile", and the R&B song "Remember". Helpful? The marker text reads, in part: "Over thirty musical acts performed, including rock icon Jimi Hendrix playing to the largest American audience of his career. Authors Harry Shapiro and Caesar Glebbeek speculate that the change from Johnny to James may have been a response to Al's knowledge of an affair Lucille had with a man who called himself John Williams. His boundless drive, technical ability and creative application of such effects as wah-wah and distortion forever transformed the sound of rock and roll. [72] Hoping to secure a career opportunity, he played the Harlem club circuit and sat in with various bands. Press reviews "The Hendrix family continues its reissue campaign with the release of The Jimi Hendrix Experience, a lavish four-disc box set that should be a boon to Hendrix collectors everywhere. [311], Some of Hendrix's unfinished fourth studio album was released as the 1971 title The Cry of Love. [180] Mitchell said: "Axis was the first time that it became apparent that Jimi was pretty good working behind the mixing board, as well as playing, and had some positive ideas of how he wanted things recorded. [368] His influence is evident in a variety of popular music formats, and he has contributed significantly to the development of hard rock, heavy metal, funk, post-punk, grunge,[369] and hip hop music. [113], In mid-October 1966, Chandler arranged an engagement for the Experience as Johnny Hallyday's supporting act during a brief tour of France. [263] He was met with booing and jeering from fans in response to his cancellation of a show slated for the end of the previous night's bill due to torrential rain and risk of electrocution. [26] In later years, he confided to a girlfriend that he had been the victim of sexual abuse by a man in uniform. [255], In 1968, Hendrix and Jeffery jointly invested in the purchase of the Generation Club in Greenwich Village. [341][nb 39] He used a wah pedal during the opening to "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)", creating one of the best-known wah-wah riffs of the classic rock era. Experience Hendrix, L.L.C. [183] As the sessions progressed, Chandler became increasingly frustrated with Hendrix's perfectionism and his demands for repeated takes. [374] Grunge guitarists such as Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains,[375] and Mike McCready and Stone Gossard of Pearl Jam have cited Hendrix as an influence. Experience Hendrix, L.L.C. [160] The Monkees requested Hendrix as a supporting act because they were fans, but their young audience disliked the Experience, who left the tour after six shows. [205] Hendrix then flew bassist Billy Cox to New York; they started recording and rehearsing together on April 21. !! [399], A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was dedicated to Hendrix on November 14, 1991, at 6627 Hollywood Boulevard. Upon leaving the stage, he collapsed from exhaustion. With a beautiful 80-page booklet, and purporting to have 46 unreleased tracks, further inspection actually reveals less than meets the eye, at least for collectors. [131], Released in the UK on May 12, 1967, Are You Experienced spent 33 weeks on the charts, peaking at number two. [317] He subsequently licensed the recordings to MCA through the family-run company Experience Hendrix LLC, formed in 1995. [172] With the deadline looming, Hendrix, Chandler, and engineer Eddie Kramer remixed most of side one in a single overnight session, but they could not match the quality of the lost mix of "If 6 Was 9". [116] Thus, the Jimi Hendrix Experience performed their first show on October 13, 1966, at the Novelty in Evreux. Artist information Sort name: Hendrix, Jimi, Experience, The Type: Group Founded: 1966 Founded in: London, England, United Kingdom Dissolved: 1969-06 (3 years) Area: United Kingdom ISNI code: 0000 0001 2149 4204 Rating. "[121] The performance earned Hendrix his first interview, published in Record Mirror with the headline: "Mr. [78] During a stop in Los Angeles in February 1965, he recorded his first and only single with Richard, "I Don't Know What You Got (But It's Got Me)", written by Don Covay and released by Vee-Jay Records. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the release of The Jimi Hendrix Experience masterpiece Electric Ladyland, Experience Hendrix and Legacy Recordings present a special Deluxe Edition box set that gives the listener an amazingly intimate look into the making of the most fully realized, cohesive project of Hendrix's entire career. [138][nb 21], In 1989, Noe Goldwasser, the founding editor of Guitar World magazine, described Are You Experienced as "the album that shook the world ... leaving it forever changed". After about three months, he realized that he needed an electric guitar. [189] The double LP was Hendrix's most commercially successful release and his only number one album. [45] In mid-1959, his father relented and bought him a white Supro Ozark. [105] She invited him to join her for a drink, and the two became friends. [247] When Redding returned to New York in anticipation of rehearsals with a re-formed Experience, he was told that he had been replaced with Cox. The air is slightly static, see. [133] "I Don't Live Today" served as a medium for Hendrix's guitar feedback improvisation and "Fire" was driven by Mitchell's drumming. Le concert du groupe se termine avec la célèbre Fender Stratocaster de Jimi en feu12. [259] The studio officially opened for business on August 25, and a grand opening party was held the following day. "[177] Track released the album in the UK on December 1, 1967, where it peaked at number five, spending 16 weeks on the charts. When Chandler asked journalist Keith Altham for advice, Altham suggested that they needed to do something more dramatic than the stage show of the Who, which involved the smashing of instruments. [313][nb 35] Four years after Hendrix's death, producer Alan Douglas acquired the rights to produce unreleased music by Hendrix; he attracted criticism for using studio musicians to replace or add tracks. He walked off, and my life was never the same again". I feel that the military service will benefit if he is discharged as soon as possible. The trio became stars with astonishing speed in the U.K., where "Hey Joe," "Purple Haze," and "The Wind Cries Mary" all made the Top Ten in the first half of 1967. On June 18, 1967,[146] introduced by Brian Jones as "the most exciting performer [he had] ever heard", Hendrix opened with a fast arrangement of Howlin' Wolf's song "Killing Floor", wearing what author Keith Shadwick described as "clothes as exotic as any on display elsewhere". [162], The second Experience album, Axis: Bold as Love, opens with the track "EXP", which uses microphonic and harmonic feedback in a new, creative fashion. Original 1966–1970 releases are marked in. While Hendrix had previously owned a 1967 Flying V that he hand-painted in a psychedelic design, the Flying V used at the Isle of Wight was a unique custom left-handed guitar with gold plated hardware, a bound fingerboard and "split-diamond" fret markers that were not found on other 1960s-era Flying Vs. During their second rehearsal, the Experience attempted to destroy the Burns amps that Chandler had given them by throwing the equipment down a flight of stairs. Hendrix was fascinated by Zappa's application of the pedal, and he experimented with one later that evening. [361] Having spent several years fronting a trio, he developed an ability to play rhythm chords and lead lines together, giving the audio impression that more than one guitarist was performing. The Jimi Hendrix Experience was a short-lived, yet highly influential rock band famous for the guitar work of Jimi Hendrix (1942– 1970) on songs such as Purple Haze, Foxy Lady, Hey Joe, Voodoo Child (Slight Return) and All Along the Watchtower. [315], In 1993, MCA Records delayed a multimillion-dollar sale of Hendrix's publishing copyrights because Al Hendrix was unhappy about the arrangement. Hendrix expanded the range and vocabulary of the electric guitar into areas no musician had ever ventured before. [207] He announced that he had left the band and intended to pursue a solo career, blaming Hendrix's plans to expand the group without allowing for his input as a primary reason for leaving. 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