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BOTH SIDES OF THE SKY

Jimi Hendrix

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mannish Boy (5:01)
2. Lover Man (3:03)
3. Hear My Train A Comin' (7:25)
4. Stepping Stone (3:12)
5. $20 Fine (4:59)
6. Power Of Soul (5:55)
7. Jungle (3:28)
8. Things I Used To Do (3:41)
9. Georgia Blues (7:55)
10. Sweet Angel (3:54)
11. Woodstock (5:19)
12. Send My Love To Linda (4:36)
13. Cherokee Mist (7:01)

Total time 65:29

Line-up / Musicians

- Jimi Hendrix / guitar, vocals, sitar (13), bass (10,11), vibraphone (10)

With:
- Johnny Winter / guitar (8)
- Duane Hitchings / piano (5)
- Stephen Stills / vocals & organ (5,11)
- John Winfield / organ (9)
- Lonnie Youngblood / vocals & saxophone (9)
- Billy Cox / bass (1,2,4,6,8,12), backing vocals (6)
- Noel Redding / bass (3)
- Hank Anderson / bass (9)
- Buddy Miles / drums (1,2,4,6,7,11,12), backing vocals (6)
- Mitch Mitchell / drums (3,5,10,13)
- Dallas Taylor / drums (8)
- Jimmy Mayes / drums (9)

Releases information

Artwork: Phil Yarnall with Mike Berkofsky (photo)

CD Experience Hendrix ‎- 19075814192 (2018, US)

LPx2 Experience Hendrix ‎- 19075814201 (2018, US)


Third volume to present the most significant unissued studio recordings from the Hendrix archive

Tracks recorded :
1 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., April 22, 1969
2 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., December 15, 1969
3 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., April 9, 1969
4 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., November 14 & 18, 1969
5 & 11 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., September 30, 1969
6 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., January 21 & February 3, 1970
7 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., November 14, 1969
8 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., May 7, 1969
9 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., March 19, 1969
10 at Olympic Studios, London, January 28, 1968
12 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., January 16, 1970
13 at Record Plant, N.Y.C., May 2, 1968

Tracks 1 to 5, 7, 10 to 13 previously unreleased

Thanks to admireart for the addition
and to Quinino for the last updates
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Review by admireArt
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4 stars Both Sides of the Sky is a 13 track release of studio recordings made between 1968 and 1970. Of these 13 songs, 10 have never been published (or at least authorized to be or as such). This album is the third release launched by Experience Hendrix and Legacy Recordings of a trilogy of posthumously released recordings intended as a "true to life" follow-up to Electric Ladyland (1968), starting with Valleys of Neptune (2010), and People, Hell and Angels (2013).

Well! Enough info. I was kind of surprised by the fireworks and parades which preceded Valleys of Neptune and People, Hell and Angels and the complete oblivion of this one, which is to me what those first two were for the rest, it never gets old.

Anyway, this is a very coherent compilation of Jimi Hendrix“s strong connection with his Blues/Rock roots which means, to my benefit, there are few funky music sections which I repell organically.

Accompanied by a modest guest star list with very modest one track or two appearances and as straightforward as only he did, Jimi Hendrix plays a masterclass of his perfect knowledge of the geographically diverse universe of Blues stylings, which is why maybe this album is/was not that popular, but do not feel discouraged it also features some doses of his unique experimental songwriting.

You have been forewarned.

****4 PA stars

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