Update: Not long after we posted this, NPR took the audio offline. We told you to act quickly, but we didn’t expect that quickly! Sorry for the inconvenience.
We gave you a heads up in January, and now it’s finally here: the 12-song album of previously-unreleased Jimi Hendrix recordings called People, Hell & Angels. You’ve probably heard the single “Somewhere.” Well, now you can hear the rest of the album. (Listen below.) And it’s free thanks to NPR’s First Listen series, the same series that will let you stream Dave Grohl’s soundtrack for his new documentary Sound City Studios. But don’t delay, the albums won’t be online for very long.
Previously Unreleased Jimi Hendrix Recording, “Somewhere,” with Buddy Miles and Stephen Stills
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I would love to have a free Jimi Hendrix album.
I heard some of his music and he is helarious with the getture.
Nice, James Booker, another legend in his own right, shows up on the track mojo man.
I’ve always appreciated Jimi and his music.
It would be nice to hear more of it.
I think it is a great blessing about the alblum , the more we hear of him, the more we want .I would love to have a free album.
you can listen to it online at http://www.grooveshark.com