More than 40 years after Jimi Hendrix's death, his vast studio recording archives are finally running out.
"People, Hell & Angels," will be the last album of Jimi's unreleased studio material, according to Jimi's ex-engineer Eddie Kramer.
The 12 tracks on "People, Hell & Angels" were recorded in 1968-69 after the Jimi Hendrix Experience disbanded.
It features a changeable roster of backing musicians, including Buddy Miles and Billy Cox, who would briefly become Hendrix's Band of Gypsies.
Many of the songs have been heard in different versions or forms before, but the music here is funkier than his best known work.
On the album, Jimi goes from cosmic philosopher to groovin' bluesman to funk rockin' pimp.
Jimi died not long after making the last of these recordings, but in the 43 years that have passed since his death, he's remained a fixture in American popular culture in much the same way Elvis and Johnny Cash have endured.
According to Kramer, "People, Hell & Angels" will likely be the last studio album, but it won't be the last we hear from Jimi, because there's still a tremendous amount of live recorded concerts in the vault.
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