Who guessed that in 2013 we'd be given a brand new studio album from Jimi Hendrix. People, Hell and Angels is actually a compilation of music recorded for the planned follow up to Electric Ladyland. It features mainly the Band of Gypsys line up of Buddy Miles and Billy Cox but legendary drummer Mitch Mitchell makes an appearance or two. For anyone worried about a slur on his back catalogue, the album was universally praised as a worthy addition to the great man's work.  

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People, Hell & Angels by Jimi Hendrix
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10/10 Luke Knight 12th November 2015

Incredible album as expected with Hendrix the track "Somewhere" on this LP will blow you away, the slow verses are contrasted by the insanely good wah wah interludes and solos between and the mixing is incredible!

Some of the musicians on the album are Mitch Mitchell, Stephen Stills and Buddy Miles so the rhythm section is tight as can be and punchy.

This album is a great "Experience" ha; but no seriously it really is.

You'll be shocked by the level of musical creativity and detail on these unreleased before tracks and it will again have you questioning how Hendrix achieved so much in such a short career and then it will have you wondered just how many I released masterpieces there are by Hendrix.

How is something this good still coming from Hendrix from beyond the grave. Mind blowing.

10/10 Jack 16th February 2015

This is utterly amazing and almost incomprehensible to me that we can have a brand new release of professional musicianship of this magnitude at this time of our existence in the broad spectrum of the world as we know it today! And this was recorded in the late 1960's with various musicians, including the original drummer of the experience Mitch Mitchell and other drummer's and other musician's, including the all mighty Stephen Stills on bass Guitar on one track and lets not forget Buddy Miles on drums, plus many others not included in the credits of the liner notes.



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