"Though his recording career lasted under five years, Jimi Hendrix left behind a treasure trove of recorded material before dying in 1970. The guitar god's studio work has led to a slew of posthumous releases, the latest of which is People, Hell and Angels."
From Rolling Stone:
On March 5th, Experience Hendrix and Legacy will release People, Hell and Angels, a new collection of previously unheard recordings from guitar luminary Jimi Hendrix. ...Now you can get an exclusive first listen to the blistering, stunning rendition of "Hear My Train a Comin.'" Amazingly, it came out of Hendrix's first session with his thundering new rhythm section. The album is available for preorder on iTunes.
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