People Hell & Angelsby Jimi Hendrix
People, Hell & Angels is a new album of twelve never before released Jimi Hendrix studio recordings. This special album showcases the legendary guitarist working outside of the original Jimi Hendrix Experience trio. Beginning in 1968, Jimi Hendrix grew restless, eager to develop new material with old friends and new ensembles. Outside the view of a massive audience that had established the Experience as rock’s largest grossing concert act and simultaneously placed two of his albums together in the US Top 10 sales chart, Jimi was busy working behind the scenes to craft his ne
xt musical statement. These twelve recordings encompass a variety of unique sounds and styles incorporating many of the elements-horns, keyboards, percussion and second guitar-Jimi wanted to incorporate within his new music. People Hell & Angels presents some of the finest Jimi Hendrix guitar work ever issued and provides a compelling window into his growth as a songwriter, musician and producer.
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- Sony Legacy
- Earth Blues
- Hear My Train A-Comin'
- Bleeding Heart
- Baby Let Me Move You
- Easy Blues
- Crash Landing
- Inside Out
- Hey Gypsy Boy
- Mojo Man
- Villanova Junction
Performance CreditsJimi Hendrix Primary Artist
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I used to think that Janie was some sort of 1/2 sister leech that never knew the real Jimi in any way, but now I see that it could have been anyone who was still standing after he was killed by avarice greed jealousy and bigotry. I applaud Janie for seeking out those who were and are on the inside of Jimi's struggle to create in a world that loved him and at the same time sucked him dry. I will love Jimi Hendrix long after I have shuffled off of this mortal coil. If God finds me qualified, perhaps I will some fine day be playing with him. Thank you dear God for giving Jimi the courage to be himself. Forget all of the stuff about Jimi rolling over in his grave at this being released and simply know that he himself would be glad that what he did is still relevant, fresh, and vital for the world we all exist in.
they did Jimi proud. I'd rate it four and seven eights out of five. Wish there was more Villanova Junction Blues, the1:44 has me wanting more. Hear My Train A-Comin' is pure Hendrix, watch the Eddie Kramer video above. the rest of the album/CD is just as good.