hey Barbarawell, number 1. I think it's a pretty long shot to mention them both in the same breath, yes Jim was abit of a wanker but he was 100 times more talented that Michael 2. Both were 'lost' boys in many ways. though while i certainly believe in spiritual abilities i think they are designed for the common good rather than the promotion of indivudla 'channelers' or 'rock gods' 3. Have you ever heard Jim begging his audience to be quiet before he played the End on Door Live; man he fed of being seen as 'spiritual' when his audience just wanted rock and roll. All up its a money play
Anything for a buck. I am not surprised that she couldn't get a publisher. This book belongs in the trash heap.
Paul, I agree on all of this. As much as I love(d) Michael it wasn't his talent that appealed to me, it was typical of - well you know the story. Yes, being spiritual to Jim was what drove him - the music, the band was just an avenue he used to get his poetry across...sad really it sort of worked, but like you said most of the fans wanted to rock.Dan, Yep, you said it.
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Hendrix came to me in a dream and told me this book is a scam...
Is that who I think it is? Ya know I can see the comparisons between the two but Michael was ever so much more accessible to his audience than Jim was. As for the book, it's unfortunate that someone on both sides can't make it go away.
Star - aren't these two of the most beautiful men you've ever seen? *Sigh*I think personality wise - they could not be further apart.
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