Jimi Hendrix - Multicoloured Blues - The Unreleased Sessions mp3 album
Blues is a posthumous compilation album by musician Jimi Hendrix, released April 26, 1994, on MCA Records. The album contains eleven blues songs recorded by Hendrix between 1966 and 1970. Out of these eleven, six were previously unreleased. The tracks include seven of Hendrix's compositions along with covers of famous blues songs such as "Born Under a Bad Sign" and "Mannish Boy". Most of the album's material consists of leftover studio tapes that Hendrix might have never intended to release.
New Jimi Hendrix album 'Both Sides of the Sky' reveals unreleased tracks. By Silke Wünsch (jt) 0. 3. Posthumous albums reveal unique music history. Jimi Hendrix: 'Both Sides of the Sky'. The iconic guitarist released only three studio albums and a live LP before his death in 1970. But that's nothing compared to his posthumous collection. New live recordings, bootlegs, unpublished tracks and recorded sessions appear in stores almost every year, and 2018 is no exception. That's why the song "Buried Alive in the Blues" contains no vocals. Around 18 live albums and compilations have been released posthumously after that.
All 12 tracks on the album were recorded between 1968 and 1970 and were meant to be included in the 1997 First Rays of the New Rising Sun, a posthumous album of unfinished recordings.
On March 9, Sony Legacy Recordings will release a new posthumous Jimi Hendrix album called Both Sides of the Sky. 10 new songs. The 13-track LP consists of songs recorded between 1968 to 1970, including 10 previously unheard recordings like a 1969 cover of Joni Mitchell’s Woodstock. Will features guest collaborations with Stephen Stills, Lonnie Youngblood, Jonny Winter, and Billy Cox and Buddy Miles from Hendrix’s Band of Gypsys lineup
Multicoloured Blues ~ The Unreleased Sessions (2xCD). Turn Your Lovelight On ~ More Blues Album Outtakes (CD). Jimi Hendrix also appears on the following bootlegs: Artist.
These are the recordings that Jimi Hendrix made for BBC radio in the late '60s. There's also a lot of blues on this two-disc collection, and Hendrix's versions of "Hoochie Coochie Man" (with Alexis Korner on slide guitar), "Catfish Blues," "Killing Floor," and "Hear My Train A-Comin'" find him in excellent form. It features guest collaborations with Stephen Stills, Lonnie Youngblood, Jonny Winter, and Billy Cox and Buddy Miles from Hendrix’s Band of Gypsys lineup
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|1-1||Earth Blues [Different Mix]||4:04|
|1-2||Dolly Dagger [Different Mix]||3:49|
|1-3||Room Full Of Mirrors [Different Mix]||3:03|
|1-4||Stepping Stone [Demo Version]||4:18|
|1-5||Bleeding Heart [Demo Version]||3:09|
|1-6||Drifter's Escape [Different Mix]||3:00|
|1-7||Midnight [Unaltered Version]||4:54|
|1-8||3 Little Bears [Complete Long Version]||4:57|
|1-9||Jam Back At The House [Unaltered Version]||5:27|
|1-10||Freedom [Demo Version]||3:28|
|1-11||Lover Man [Demo Version]||2:43|
|1-12||My Friend [Different Mix]||4:31|
|1-13||Astro Man [Demo Version]||11:14|
|1-14||Straight Ahead [Outtake]||3:48|
|1-15||1983...A Merman I Shall Turn To Be [Demo]||4:26|
|1-16||Maui Sunset [Instrumental Jam]||11:50|
|2-1||Slow Time Blues [Instrumental Jam]||4:29|
|2-3||Drifting [Demo Version]||4:06|
|2-4||Angel [Demo Version]||4:11|
|2-5||Belly Button Window [Demo Version]||5:11|
|2-6||Night Bird Flying [Unaltered Version]||3:30|
|2-7||Pride Of Man [Complete Long Version]||15:44|
|2-8||Ezy Ryder [Demo Version]||3:57|
|2-9||Instrumental / Winter Blues [Outtake]
Guitar – John McLaughlin
|2-10||Instrumental / Last Thursday Morning [Outtake]
Guitar – John McLaughlin
|2-11||Crash Landing [Unaltered Version]||4:26|
|2-12||Message To Love [Unaltered Version]||3:27|
|2-13||Instrumental / Ezy Ryder Rev. [Outtake]||9:31|
- Recorded At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
- Recorded At – Electric Lady Studios
- Bass – Billy Cox (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6, 1-9 to 1-11, 2-1 to 2-13), Noel Redding (tracks: 1-7, 1-8, 1-12, 1-15)
- Drums – Buddy Miles (tracks: 1-1, 1-3, 1-4, 1-12, 2-9 to 2-13), Mitch Mitchell (tracks: 1-2, 1-5 to 1-11, 1-13 to 2-8)
- Engineer – Eddie Kramer
- Guitar, Vocals – Jimi Hendrix
- Percussion, Congas – Juma Sultan
- Written-By, Mixed By, Producer – Jimi Hendrix
NotesRecorded at The Record Plant 1969, and Electric Ladyland Studios, 1970.
Multicolored Blues is a collection of studio demos & outtakes from the late stages of Jimi's career.