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Electric Ladyland album for sale by Jimi Hendrix was released Apr 22, 1997 on the Universal Distribution label. Principally recorded at the Record Plant, New York, New York in April and May 1968. On ELECTRIC LADYLAND Jimi Hendrix stretched and experimented in the studio, going beyond the power-trio format on what would be his last studio album with the Experience. ELECTRIC LADYLAND was revolutionary in its scope and execution. Using New York City's Record Plant as a gateway to free expression, Hendrix traversed an abstract landscape containing compositions as weird and wonderful as "... And The Gods Made Love" and "1983... (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)." Simultaneously looking forwards and backwards, Hendrix mixed in a song reminiscent of his time on the chitlin' circuit (Earl King's "Come On [Part 1]"), a Bob Dylan favorite ("All Along The Watchtower"), and one of his snappiest singles ("Crosstown Traffic"). Electric Ladyland CD music contains a single disc with 16 songs. ...See Full Description
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||THE ULTIMATE EXPERIENCE!!!|
This is Hendrix's finest work. His guitar blazes through the stratosphere, taking music to new heights of excellence and virtousity. The album takes you on a musical journey; experience the magic of the voodoo chile, the speed of crosstown traffic, the lover's call of the girl with gypsy eyes, see the joker and the fool along the watchtower, and listen as Hendrix continues to burn the midnight lamp. Enter 'Electric Ladyland', a place where the guitar has entered a whole new dimension of sonic brilliance.
By James Richardson (Elizabeth, South Australia)
Some think Hendrix was more like a jazz musician,and they are partially right. So, he might sound strange and "unfocused" to the ears of a pop-rock fanatic. For me, it's the most experimental and curageous of Hendrix's albums. With Jimi, music was taken to another level.
By marian_eugen_stan (Bucharest, Romania)
||still way before his time|
what can you say about jimi.definitely one of the best hard rock albums of all time
By mcrp (canton, mi., usa)
I love jimi!
By i love jimi (W-L, IN)
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Electric Ladyland songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1104011|
|Release Date||Apr 22, 1997|
|Engineer||Gary Kellgram; Eddie Kramer; Gary Kellgren; Glen Kolotkin; Gary Kelgren|
|Recording Time||75 minutes|
|Personnel||Jimi Hendrix - vocals, guitar, piano, harpsichord|
Sweet Inspirations - background vocals
Dave Mason - guitar, acoustic guitar, background vocals
Noel Redding - vocals, bass guitar
Fred Smith - saxophone, tenor saxophone, horns
Mike Mandel - piano
Jeanette Jacobs - vocals
Also: Steve Winwood, Al Kooper, Chris Wood, Buddy Miles, Mike Finnigan, Jack Casady, Freddie Smith, Larry Faucette