In the summer of 1970 Jimi Hendrix stood at the crossroads of his career.
With both the Experience and Band Of Gypsies behind him, the guitarist was focussing on completing work on his cutting edge Electric Lady Studios.
Invited to play a new festival in south Atlanta, Hendrix agreed - and gave one of his final performances in front of a huge crowd.
The Atlanta Pop Festival remains an iconic moment in rock history, and recently unearthed footage gives a chance to witness an incredible performance from Jimi Hendrix.
New documentary Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church features his set, alongside some wonderful observations on the changes convulsing through the United States.
Set to be released on October 30th, Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church is a wonderful reminder of the sheer raw talent the guitarist had at his disposal.
Clash able to run a new competition, featuring some Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church related goodies. One lucky winner will bag a copy of the DVD, the CD soundtrack and a limited edition book of Hendrix lyrics, while two runners up will receive DVD/CD bundles.
To stand a chance of winning simply tell us what year the Atlanta Pop Festival took place in...