Jimi Hendrix - 'Somewhere' [Listen]
A new posthumous album featuring previously unreleased solo work of Jimi Hendrix is set for release on the 5th March. Recorded in the last years of the legendary guitarists tragically short life, People, Hell and Angels will feature twelve new tracks including this lead single (premiered by Rolling Stone) 'Somewhere' which features Stephen Stills on bass and Buddy Miles on drums.
Reportedly, some of the tracks set to feature on People, Hell and Angels (available for pre-order here) were under consideration for 1997's album First Rays of the New Rising Sun which also featured previously unreleased tracks from the American rocker.
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Who's version of 'All Along The Watchtower' is best? Â The Dylan (Original) version: [audio http://rapidshare.com/files/145802078/11_All_Along_The_Watchtower.mp3] Download it by right clicking here! The Hendrix (Cover) version: [audio http://rapidshare.com/files/145802077/05_All_Along_The_Watchtower.mp3] Download it by right clicking here! Get Debating! [read more]
Hey everyone! I hope you had an excellent week end. The 405 News Team are back to bestow upon you, our beautiful audience, the latest in music, art and entertainment news for today. In today's roundup, we have Jimi Hendrix, news about a 'Watchmen' spin-off, 'Doves' commenting on the performance of 'Elbow' and what exactly has MIA decided to call her new baby? Keep reading to find out.... JIMI HENDRIX 'REALITY STYLE' DVD TO BE RELEASED A new DVD that shows Hendrix relaxing of... (continued) [read more]