Memories of the Band Of Gypsys and the inside story of the new ‘Valleys Of Neptune’ LP
“Auld Lang Syne” played at New York’s Fillmore East and in clubs across the country during the first seconds of the 1970s.
Janie Hendrix is not only the sister of legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix. She’s also the CEO of Experience Hendrix, a company devoted to protecting the legacy of one of rock ’n’ roll’s greatest artists.
Janie Hendrix, the CEO of Experience Hendrix LLC, and Sony Music Entertainment’s Legacy Recordings launched their monumental 2010 Jimi Hendrix Catalog Project on March 9 with the release of Valleys Of Neptune.
The media’s fascination with Jimi Hendrix hasn’t dimmed, despite the fact he’s been dead for almost 40 years now.
This album kicks off a new series of Jimi Hendrix releases with a bang and is especially exciting as all tracks are previously unreleased.
Take an inside look at the guitar legend and his Band of Gypsys
In 2007, Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford reunited for their first tour in more than a decade, and sold-out concerts greeted the British band whose roots ran deep in the progressive rock scene.
Looking at small bits of art necessarily enters the realm of the abstract, and, of course, a guitar solo is usually shorter than a band’s catalog, much less an album or even a song. So, this gets tricky.
I have an LP called Woke Up This Morning And Found Myself Dead. It’s a recording that came about from the Scene Club in 1968 that featured Jimi Hendrix along with Jim Morrison, Johnny Winter and Buddy Miles. I understand it has been bootlegged, but I have it on the Red Lightnin’ label. What more can you tell me about this record, including a value?
12 previously unreleased Hendrix tracks are coming out in March; John Carpenter’s "Elvis" is coming to DVD; Barenaked Ladies sign with EMI; James Taylor and Carole King announce U.S. tour dates; the final Johnny Cash American Recordings album; and a new Wanda Jackson single from Third Man.