Ewwwwwwww!

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I don't even have a comment on this shit, although OW Art Director Shan Stumpf helpfully offers this visual image: "I wonder if he does one of the girls behind his back." Again, ewwwwww!

A videotape said to show rock guitar great Jimi Hendrix having sex with two women The 11 minutes of footage of a man resembling Hendrix cavorting with two unidentified brunettes in a dimly lit bedroom is packaged in a 45-minute DVD distributed by Los Angeles adult-film studio Vivid Entertainment. Vivid, which also distributed the notorious sex tape of actress Pamela Anderson and rocker Tommy Lee, among others, said in a press release that its Hendrix footage was shot about 40 years ago in a hotel room and was unearthed by a rock 'n' roll memorabilia collector. Hendrix, considered one the greatest rock guitarists of all time with such hits as "Hey Joe," "Purple Haze" and "Foxy Lady," died in 1970 at age 27 in London. "This new movie shows that Jimi Hendrix could have been as great a porn star as he was a rock star," Vivid co-chairman, Steven Hirsch, said in the release. Vivid said it consulted with several experts to authenticate the footage, including Pamela Des Barres, author of the book "I'm with the Band: Confessions of a Groupie," and Cynthia Albritton, better known as Cynthia Plaster Caster, famed for making plaster molds of celebrities' genitals, including those of Hendrix. Both women appear on the DVD, titled, "Jimi Hendrix the Sex Tape," offering their commentary. was released for sale on the Internet on Tuesday, following a wave of stars, alive and dead, showing up in homemade porn.

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