and unreleased recordings
ELECTRIC LADYLAND - 50th Anniversary Edition
Remastered by Bernie Grundman!
+ Hollywood Bowl 68 SOUNDBOARD recording
+ Outtakes, 5.1 Surround mix the original uncompressed high resolution mix
Never before released song featuring Hendrix:
"I Need You Every Day" by Ricky Mason
Sundazed are putting out this 7" single which has Jane Mansfield's "Suey" (doesn't sound like Hendrix on it)
Hybrid SACDs remasters of Are You Experienced and Axis Bold As Love:
Last year, Acoustic Sounds announced their delivery of new Bernie Grundman SACD hybrid remasters of the US version of
Are You Experienced and Axis Bold As Love for 2018 (mono and stereo!) and they are scheduled to appear late summer.
It's not clear yet but it appears that the mono versions might only be on the SACD layers of the discs (bummer).
If anyone has heard these, please send me your opinions on the sound quality.
DACCER RECORDS AVAILABLE
Don't forget to check on the official merchandising site to see which Dagger albums and others have been re-released.
The Jimi Hendrix
Experience at The Royal Albert Hall film
to remain under wraps...for now
The judges have ordered that the film remains in the vault until the legal proceedings are fully settled.
Full story HERE
The Hendrix/ Zappa Tape?
There are apparently two tapes in the hand's of the Zappa Family trust which feature Jimi jamming with Frank.
One tape is from a jam at the Garrick Theatre in 1967 and the other from a jam in Zappa's basement studio.
The Zappa estate own the tapes and have expressed interest in releasing the studio jam.
This hit the press a couple of years ago but nothing has been heard about it since.
Hey Dweezil, any news?
The Zappa Hendrix Strat is the Astoria Strat
New research by yours truly!
The Hendrix/Jagger Tape?
On November 27th 1969, after dropping by to see The Rolling Stones at Madison Square Gardens, a party was thrown for Jimi at TV presenter Flip Wilson's apartment in the Hotel Navarro. After the party Jimi and Mick Jagger went round to the home of Deering Howe. They got the guitars out and with Howe on harmonica, the three of them played tracks from The Stones new album "Let It Bleed"! A proto "Dolly Dagger" was also captured on the tape machine which recorded the whole thing. The tape remains in the possession of Mr. Howe who promised to Mick that that was where it would remain (unfortunately for us).
Many thanks to Yazid Manou for bringing this information to us.
A very nice luxury book all about The Experience's farewell tour in 1969, centering on the Royal Albert Hall performances.
Ben's other books of press cuttings are also worth checking out!
To order the books from Ben > go here
JIMI HENDRIX TIMELINE
September 1966 - September 1970
Check out my new Hendrix timeline.