The latest of what ultimately has become nine posthumous studio releases from guitar legend Jimi Hendrix may, in fact, be the last. It seems, with this month's 'People, Hell and Angels,' producers have finally gotten to the bottom of the proverbial barrel.
You can win one of four prize packs featuring fantastic his and hers limited edition Gap Jimi Hendrix T-shirts, as well as the guitarist's brand new 'People, Hell and Angels' album on both CD and vinyl.
As the 6th annual Record Store Day approaches on April 20, lots of the unique musical treasures that will be made available to eager fans are starting to surface. The newest of the “must-have” offerings is the official poster for 2013, featuring a photo of Jimi Hendrix.
Guitar legend Jimi Hendrix is the subject of an upcoming "new and unreleased" archival release titled 'People, Hell & Angels,' which promises 12 new tracks from the innovative musician. Several tracks from the project have already leaked, and now fans can hear an exclusive stream of 'Hear My Train A-Comin'' from Rolling Stone, revealing an experimental direction the guitarist might have taken, had he lived.
If we’re to believe ‘People, Hell & Angels,’ the latest in a long string of posthumous albums by Jimi Hendrix, its dozen previously unreleased tracks were the building blocks to the late guitarist’s follow-up to ‘Electric Ladyland,’ his final album with the Experience.
The upcoming Jimi Hendrix collection 'People, Hell & Angels,' which comes out on March 5, is likely to be one of the most important archival releases of 2013. The album is being advertised as featuring 12 new and unreleased Hendrix tracks.
On Dec. 27, 1967, Bob Dylan released his first album in over a year with the understated classic, 'John Wesley Harding.' Among the great songs found on that LP was a little tune called 'All Along The Watchtower.' Before the album's release, Jimi Hendrix obtained an acetate of the disc and fell in love with it. Less than two months after Dylan recorded it, Hendrix was in the studio recording his own take on the tune. On Jan. 21, 1968, Hendrix and the Experience settled in to record what would become the definitive reading of the song.
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