New Album From Jimi Hendrix

The latest album from the Jimi Hendrix vault features 10 songs  (or alternate versions of songs) never before released. "Both Sides of the Sky" was engineered by long-time Hendrix producer Eddie Kramer.

The album contains tracks recorded between 1968 and 1970, at the tail-end of the existence of the original trio The Experience, and by the Band of Gypsys which featured Billy Cox and Buddy Myles. There's also Hendrix's collaborations with Johnny Winter, Lonnie Youngblood and Stephen Stills. With Stills, Hendrix played sideman on an upbeat, organ-saturated, pre–Déjà Vu rendition of Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock." 

This is "Manish Boy", with Jimi, Mitch Mitchell on drums, and Noel Redding on bass. The first video is Eddie Kramer explaining the recording of the song....

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