New Album On The Way Featuring Unreleased Jimi Hendrix Tracks From 1968

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 8, 2017

The forthcoming album succeeds a pair of top-selling archival collections from Experience Hendrix: 2010's "Valleys of Neptune", which peaked at No. 4 on the US album chart, and 2013's "People, Hell and Angels", which rose to No. 2.

Today, Hendrix's estate, along with Legacy Recordings has announced that this spring, fans can expect a brand new album from the guitar maven titled Both Sides Of The Sky.

The 13-track album dubbed, Both Sides of The Sky, will include 10 never before heard tracks and prominently features Hendrix's Band of Gypsys trio featuring drummer Buddy Miles and bassist Billy Cox.

A highlight of the new collection will be a pair of September 1969 tracks cut with guitarist Stills, including a studio recording of Joni Mitchell's anthem "Woodstock", which Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young would later record for their 1970 sophomore album "Déjà Vu". This is too (expletive) incredible.

Even though Jimi Hendrix split the scene nearly 50 years ago now, that hasn't stopped him from cranking out full albums of new material on a semi-regular basis. He continues: "It's an incredible thing". "Hear My Train A Comin", meanwhile, gathers the original Jimi Hendrix Experience lineup: Hendrix, Noel Redding, and Mitch Mitchell. "Forty, 50 years later here we are and I'm listening to these tapes going, 'Oh my God, that's an awesome performance'".

Kramer said though Both Sides of the Sky is the last of the trilogy, someone could find new Hendrix music in an attic or a basement, which could be re-worked. Legendary recording producer Eddie Kramer coproduced the album with John McDermott and Janie Hendrix, Jimi's sister.

He also said they have live footage of Hendrix, some just audio and some in video, which they plan to release.

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