Jimi Hendrix – People, Hell and Angels (2013)

Experience Hendrix / Legacy

88765419021 

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Action Shot

    • Originally Released:  March 2013

    • This Release:   March 2013

    • Mastering:   Bernie Grundman

    • Comments:   Supposedly the last album of unreleased studio material to be released by Experience Hendrix (according to Eddie Kramer). This consists of material that Jimi was working on between 1968 and 1969, mostly with the Billy Cox and Buddy Miles. As always, there’s plenty here to love. As for the sound, it is fantastic. No surprises as it was cut all-analogue by Bernie Grundman. The gatefold cover art is truly beautiful (the pictures don’t do it justice). There’s two slabs of 200 gram vinyl, pressed at Quality Record Pressings, which is fast becoming the premier pressing plant in the USA, if not the world. The vinyl is clean, quiet and dead flat. There’s also a nice booklet with recording info for each track. If you’re a Hendrix fan, this is a must.

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Back Cover

Back Cover

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Gatefold

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Electric Ladyland (1968)

The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Electric Ladyland (1968)

Experience Hendrix / Legacy

88697 62398 1

Jimi in the zone

    • Originally Released:   25 October 1968

    • This Release:   9 March 2010

    • Mastering:   Eddie Kramer (Cut by George Marino)

    • Comments:   2 x 180 Gram all analogue remaster from the original master tapes. One of the best reissues I’ve ever bought. Hard to believe it’s still readily available and cheap. Beautiful packaging, vinyl and sound. Highly recommended.

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Hey Mitch – you get a free bowl of soup with that hat?

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