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Jimi Hendrix "People, Hell & Angles"

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Jimi Hendrix "People, Hell & Angles"
 
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People, Hell and Angels is a posthumous studio album by the American rock musician Jimi Hendrix. The fourth release under the Experience Hendrix deal with Legacy Recordings, it contains twelve previously unreleased recordings of tracks he was working on for the planned follow-up to Electric Ladyland. It was released on March 5th, 2013.
 
The tracks featured on People, Hell & Angels are previously unreleased recordings of songs that Jimi Hendrix and fellow band members (mainly the Band of Gypsys lineup featuring Billy Cox and Buddy Miles) were working on as the follow-up to Electric Ladyland, tentatively titled First Rays of the New Rising Sun. The majority of the recordings are drawn from sessions in 1968 and '69 at the Record Plant Studios in New York, with a few inclusions from Hendrix's brief residencies at Sound Centre, the Hit Factory, and his own Electric Lady Studios.
According to Eddie Kramer. the engineer who recorded most of Hendrix's music during his lifetime, this will be the last Hendrix album to feature unreleased studio material. Kramer said that several as-yet-unreleased live recordings would be available in the coming years.
 
Track listing
 
All songs written and composed by Jimi Hendrix, except "Bleeding Heart" by Elmore James and "Mojo Man" by Albert Allen and Arthur Allen. 
 
1. "Earth Blues"   3:33
2. "Somewhere"   4:05
3. "Hear My Train a Comin'" 5:41
4. "Bleeding Heart"   3:58
5. "Let Me Move You"   6:50
6. "Izabella"   3:42
7. "Easy Blues"   5:57
8. "Crash Landing"   4:14
9. "Inside Out"   5:03
10. "Hey Gypsy Boy"   3:39
11. "Mojo Man"   4:07
12. "Villanova Junction Blues" 1:44
 
Primary musicians
Jimi Hendrix – guitars, vocals, bass guitar (track 9)
Billy Cox – bass guitar (tracks 1, 3, 4, 6–8)
Buddy Miles – drums (tracks 1–5, 10)
Mitch Mitchell – drums (tracks 6, 7, 9)
Juma Sultan – congas (tracks 3, 4, 6, 7, 12)
Additional musicians
Larry Lee – rhythm guitar (tracks 6, 7)
Jerry Velez – congas (tracks 6, 7)
Stephen Stills – bass guitar (track 2)
Lonnie Youngblood – vocal & saxophone (track 5)
Rocky Isaac – drums (track 8)
Al Marks – percussion (track 8)
Albert Allen – vocal (track 11)
Jame Booker – piano (track 11)


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03/05/2013 5:26PM
Jimi Hendrix "People, Hell & Angles"
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03/19/2013 12:32PM
Voodoo
Everything Rock knows about the guitar after 1970 came from his psychedelic twisting of what the instrument could do. I paid homage to Hendrix with a portrait called Purple Haze on the anniversary of his passing recently. You can see it at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/09/purple-haze-jimi-hendrix.html and tell me how the voodoo child’s music has influenced you!
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