A posthumous Jimi Hendrix album is in the works. As if that weren’t exciting enough, 10 of the album’s 13 songs are previously unheard recordings!
Each of the tracks on the LP, called Both Sides of the Sky, were recorded between early 1968 and early 1970, reports Rolling Stone. And you’ll hear some familiar voices on several tracks, from Stephen Stills to Johnny Winter and Lonnie Youngblood, while multiple songs feature Hendrix’s “Band of Gypsys.”
The release of the forthcoming LP marks the last of three unissued archival recordings, rounding out a trilogy that includes the previously released Valleys of Neptune (2010) and People, Hell and Angels (2013).
Both Sides of the Sky was co-produced by Hendrix’s sister Janie Hendrix, as well as John McDermott and engineer Eddie Kramer (who worked with Hendrix on all his albums before his death) and is expected to be released on March 9, 2018.
Both Sides of the Sky track listing:
1. Mannish Boy*
2. Lover Man*
3. Hear My Train A Comin'*
4. Stepping Stone*
5. $20 Fine* (featuring Stephen Stills)
6. Power Of Soul (previously unavailable extended version)
8. Things I Used to Do (featuring Johnny Winter)
9. Georgia Blues (featuring Lonnie Youngblood)
10. Sweet Angel*
11. Woodstock* (featuring Stephen Stills)
12. Send My Love To Linda*
13. Cherokee Mist*