That's what I was moved to say also. I understand that Hendrix enjoyed experimenting in the studio. This means that those albums are caught up in other histories: makes it harder to talk about a great guitar album, a milestone in the history of recording techniques, an important moment in the story of popular music... etc. Well, I'm at the other end of the scale: I was only in my 30s when people first took me to be my wife's father and the grandfather of my children. Evidently - for decades now - I have appeared to be about 20 years older than I am. This will stabilize for me: I expect that a lot of people don't have fixed ideas about the differences (in appearance) between somebody who is 67 or 87 or 107.