The story of the publication of Starting
At Zero
, the closest anyone might get
to a true autobiography by Jimi Hendrix,
is almost as long as Jimi’s own,
painfully short life. Stalled by a court
ruling for two decades, the tenacity and
commitment of Alan Douglas and Peter
Neal finally managed to bring the book
to fruition in 2013.

We’d completed first drafts in our
Primrose Hill studio in 1992. These new
images were prepared from the text of
the book using my dear and long-term
friend Gered Mankowitz’s haunting and
iconic images of Jimi, used with many
thanks. Alan Douglas died in early 2014
and never got to see them. They’re
dedicated to this unique man’s memory.

The story of the publication of Starting
At Zero
, the closest anyone might get
to a true autobiography by Jimi Hendrix,
is almost as long as Jimi’s own,
painfully short life. Stalled by a court
ruling for two decades, the tenacity and
commitment of Alan Douglas and Peter
Neal finally managed to bring the book
to fruition in 2013.

We’d completed first drafts in our
Primrose Hill studio in 1992. These new
images were prepared from the text of
the book using my dear and long-term
friend Gered Mankowitz’s haunting and
iconic images of Jimi, used with many
thanks. Alan Douglas died in early 2014
and never got to see them. They’re
dedicated to this unique man’s memory.

The story of the publication of Starting
At Zero
, the closest anyone might get
to a true autobiography by Jimi Hendrix,
is almost as long as Jimi’s own,
painfully short life. Stalled by a court
ruling for two decades, the tenacity and
commitment of Alan Douglas and Peter
Neal finally managed to bring the book
to fruition in 2013.

We’d completed first drafts in our
Primrose Hill studio in 1992. These new
images were prepared from the text of
the book using my dear and long-term
friend Gered Mankowitz’s haunting and
iconic images of Jimi, used with many
thanks. Alan Douglas died in early 2014
and never got to see them. They’re
dedicated to this unique man’s memory.

The story of the publication of Starting
At Zero
, the closest anyone might get
to a true autobiography by Jimi Hendrix,
is almost as long as Jimi’s own,
painfully short life. Stalled by a court
ruling for two decades, the tenacity and
commitment of Alan Douglas and Peter
Neal finally managed to bring the book
to fruition in 2013.

We’d completed first drafts in our
Primrose Hill studio in 1992. These new
images were prepared from the text of
the book using my dear and long-term
friend Gered Mankowitz’s haunting and
iconic images of Jimi, used with many
thanks. Alan Douglas died in early 2014
and never got to see them. They’re
dedicated to this unique man’s memory.

The story of the publication of Starting
At Zero
, the closest anyone might get
to a true autobiography by Jimi Hendrix,
is almost as long as Jimi’s own,
painfully short life. Stalled by a court
ruling for two decades, the tenacity and
commitment of Alan Douglas and Peter
Neal finally managed to bring the book
to fruition in 2013.

We’d completed first drafts in our
Primrose Hill studio in 1992. These new
images were prepared from the text of
the book using my dear and long-term
friend Gered Mankowitz’s haunting and
iconic images of Jimi, used with many
thanks. Alan Douglas died in early 2014
and never got to see them. They’re
dedicated to this unique man’s memory.

The story of the publication of Starting
At Zero
, the closest anyone might get
to a true autobiography by Jimi Hendrix,
is almost as long as Jimi’s own,
painfully short life. Stalled by a court
ruling for two decades, the tenacity and
commitment of Alan Douglas and Peter
Neal finally managed to bring the book
to fruition in 2013.

We’d completed first drafts in our
Primrose Hill studio in 1992. These new
images were prepared from the text of
the book using my dear and long-term
friend Gered Mankowitz’s haunting and
iconic images of Jimi, used with many
thanks. Alan Douglas died in early 2014
and never got to see them. They’re
dedicated to this unique man’s memory.