Did JIMI HENDRIX Record Psychedelic Version Of Welsh National Anthem?

Sam Burson of the Western Mail reports that a dusty old eight-track tape found after the sale of a former recording studio is believed to have a recording of Jimi Hendrix playing the Welsh national anthem.

The guitar legend, who made a fine art out of coaxing national anthems from his heavily distorted electric guitar, is now thought to have given his famous treatment to "Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau".

His versions of the German and, controversially, the U.S. anthem have been iconic for years in their respective countries.

The owner of the newly discovered tapes is now trying to authenticate the track, which admittedly sounds like Hendrix at his finest.

Martin Davies, who runs the Red Dragonhood firm, wants to trace a former musician he believes knew Hendrix, and on whose demo tape the recording was found.

Read the rest of the article at icWales.


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