Jimi Hendrix

Although he’s been gone for more than forty years, there is still new music from the guitarist being released every few years. But after the release of Valleys of Neptune in 2010, hardly anyone could have possibly thought there was more left in the vaults. But it’s now been revealed that a collection featuring twelve previously unreleased Hendrix tracks will be released on March 5 2013, under the name People, Hell and Angels, according to Rolling Stone.

The tracks were recorded in 1968 and 1969. They were meant for First Days of The New Rising Sun, the follow up to Electric Ladyland that Hendrix was working on when he passed. The tracks are said to be very experimental, including keyboards, horns, and a second guitar. This is really exciting news for Hendrix fans in particular, but also for music fans in general, since we will get a hint of where Hendrix was planning to take his music in the future.