Experience Hendrix LLC and Legacy Recordings have just released the deluxe edition of ‘West Coast Seattle Boy-The Jimi Hendrix Anthology.’ A five-disc set, it contains one DVD and four CD’s, featuring a full four hours of rare and unreleased tracks.
These include 45 previously unreleased Hendrix concert and studio recordings, some of which are demos, outtakes, and alternate versions of tracks from ‘Are You Experienced,’ ‘Axis: Bold As Love,’ and ‘Electric Ladyland.’
The long-awaited career-spanning box set, featuring more than four hours of rare and previously unreleased Jimi Hendrix music in a five disc (4 CD+1 DVD) deluxe box set is available today!
West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology covers Hendrix’s remarkable journey from little known R&B sideman to international stardom through an unprecedented assemblage of previously unavailable recordings.
Deluxe Editions of Jimi Hendrix Experience: BBC Sessions (2CD+DVD and vinyl), Jimi Hendrix: Blues (CD+DVD and Vinyl on 12/7). In addition, Live At Woodstock (2CD and 3LP) and Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year (CD on 11/16 and Vinyl on 11/22) are also available now!
Interested in seeing what all the excitement is about? USA TODAY praised West Coast Seattle Boy for introducing a new generation of fans to the legendary sounds of Jimi Hendrix and for “demystifying” Jimi Hendrix by letting fans into his private life through rare interviews sharing personal information.
Be sure to check out the brand new music video for Jimi Hendrix’s “Love Or Confusion” as well as an audio stream of “Tears Of Rage” from the upcoming album West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology!
Pre-order your copy today!
Check here to see the tour schedule and to purchase tickets. Make sure to check back as more dates are being added!
In case you missed it–Late Night With Jimmy Fallon welcomed guest guitarist and Experience Hendrix tour performer Kenny Wayne Shepherd to join The Roots for a night of Jimi Hendrix covers! As an extra special bonus, Kenny played THE famed guitar Jimi used during Woodstock!
It doesn’t take a dozen exceptional guitarists to extol the virtues of Jimi Hendrix. But having that many certainly makes for a great show, as was the case Sunday at the Orpheum with the “Experience Hendrix” concert.
Steve Vai, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Vernon Reid, Ernie Isley, Eric Johnson, Susan Tedeschi, Brad Whitford, Johnny Lang, Mato Nanji, and a triple dose of pedal steel players — Robert Randolph, Darick Campbell, and Chuck Campbell — produced a fiery three-hour show that explored all facets of Hendrix’s brief and brilliant career.