One of rock’s most groundbreaking and ambitious albums, The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s ‘Electric Ladyland,’ arrived in stores in October 1968. In a way, humanity is still trying to catch up to its futuristic musical vision.
Guitarists all over England were in awe when they saw Jimi Hendrix -- a then 24 year old prodigy -- play for the first time on their soil. Sept. 24, 1966, marks his arrival in London, an experience that would forever change rock history.
The words "previously unreleased" and "Jimi Hendrix" have been abused so often that they provoke a reflexive eyeroll from a lot of classic rock fans, but here's one case where they might actually be worth getting excited about.
The latest offering from the estate of Jimi Hendrix, 'Miami Pop Festival,' is set to come out Nov. 5 on CD and a limited-edition two-LP set. Legacy Recordings have revealed its cover artwork (left) and the track listing (see below).
Hendrix fans, get ready for a new documentary about the legendary guitarist will be released in November as the final part of a yearlong celebration of the late guitarist's 70th birthday. A CD featuring previously unreleased concert performances will come out on the same day.
One of the great "what-ifs" in rock history just got even greater. A newly uncovered telegram shows that Jimi Hendrix had asked Paul McCartney to play bass in a proposed recording session with legendary jazz trumpeter Miles Davis and drummer Tony Williams.
Worn the grooves out on your copy of Jimi Hendrix's'Electric Ladyland?' Here's a new way to experience one of that album's key cuts, as Luna Lee reimagines 'Voodoo Child (Slight Return)' on a traditional Korean instrument called the gayageum.
Record Store Day is coming up fast, and two of classic rock's finest have been added to the list of artists who will have exclusives available for the annual event. Legacy Recordings will be offering up vinyl exclusives on Aerosmith and Jimi Hendrix for this year's celebration of independent record stores.
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.
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