The art project Epic Frequency sells beautiful prints created from the waveforms of classic songs and historical audio moments, like Neil Armstrong’s “One Small Step”, The Beatles’ “Here Comes The Sun” and JFK’s “Ask Not.”
Pop Culture Illustrations By Dri Ilustre
You Loving Son, Jimi
October, 1966: Very soon after forming The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Jimi Hendrix writes a postcard to his father back home in the U.S. and fills him in on recent developments.
Two months later — as mentioned by Jimi — the band’s first single, “Hey Joe,” was released. Their debut album, “Are You Experienced,” soon followed; it is now considered by many to be one of the greatest albums of all time.
Dear Dad –
Well…Although I lost the address, I feel I must write before I get too far away – We’re in Munich, Germany now – We just left Paris and Nancy France – We’re playing around london now. That’s where I’m staying these days. I have my own group and will have a record out about 2 months named “Hey Joe” By the Jimi Hendrix EXPERIENCE
I hope you get this card – I’ll write a decent letter – I think things are getting a little Better –
Your loving son