Jimi Hendrix was an American guitarist and singer-songwriter whose career spanned from 1962 to 1970. His discography includes the recordings released during his lifetime. Prior to his rise to fame, he recorded 24 singles as a backing guitarist with American R&B artists, such as the Isley Brothers and Little Richard. Beginning in late 1966, he recorded three best-selling studio albums and 13 singles with the Jimi Hendrix Experience
Early Daze (CD, Comp). The Early Years (CD, Album, Promo). The Jimi Hendrix Collection (Volume Two) (CD, Comp, Unofficial). The Early Years (CD, Comp).
James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix (born Johnny Allen Hendrix; November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970) was an American rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Although his mainstream career spanned only four years, he is widely regarded as one of the most influential electric guitarists in the history of popular music, and one of the most celebrated musicians of the 20th century. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame describes him as "arguably the greatest instrumentalist in the history of rock music".
Jimi Hendrix discography. The Early Years (Helix album). The estate of Jimi Hendrix authorized the 1973 film to be re-released on video and DVD in 1999.
Jimi Hendrix was the 1960s musician and songwriter who delighted audiences with his outrageous electric guitar playing. Learn more at Biography. As a child, Jimi Hendrix strummed a broom like a guitar after cleaning the floors of his house before his father gave him a one-string ukulele. Johnny Allen Hendrix.
Jimi Hendrix - The Early Years. FLAC (95+74 MB) MP3 320 KBp/s (66 MB) 29:52 min. Genre: Blues. 01 - Go-Go Shoes 02 - Go-Go Place 03 - Soul Food (That's What I Like) 04 - Under The Table 1 05 - Under The Table 2 06 - Goodbye, Bessie May 07 - Two In One Goes 08 - Wipe The Sweat 1 09 - Wipe The Sweat 2 10 - Wipe The Sweat 3.
Stages (Jimi Hendrix album). Stages is a box set consisting of live performances by Jimi Hendrix covering four years of his career. Disc One is the September 5, 1967 concert in Stockholm. Disc Two is the January 29, 1968 concert in Paris; this was later released on Dagger Records as part of Live in Paris & Ottawa 1968.
Origins: Hendrix was a longtime fan of Elmore James, who wrote and first recorded the song. He had worked with the song repeatedly throughout his career, including an early version with Curtis Knight and the Squires in 1965 or '66. Where Have We Heard It Before: The Jimi Hendrix Experience recorded the song live at the Royal Albert Hall in 1969, which was later released as part of what would have been the soundtrack to the film 'Experience
|3||Soul Food (That's The Way I Like It)|
|4||Under The Table 1|
|5||Under The Table 2|
|6||Goodbye, Bessie May|
|7||Two In One Goes|
|8||Wipe The Sweat 1|
|9||Wipe The Sweat 2|
|10||Wipe The Sweat 3|
|CDCD 1189||Jimi Hendrix||The Early Days / The Early Years (CD, Comp)||Charly Records, Classic Popular||CDCD 1189||UK||1994|
|BB014||Jimi Hendrix||The Early Years (CD, Comp)||Altaya, Charly R&B||BB014||Brazil||1996|
|304182||Jimi Hendrix||Early Daze (CD, Comp)||Hallmark Records||304182||UK||1996|
|15014||Jimi Hendrix||The Early Years (CD, Album, Promo)||Altaya||15014||Italy||Unknown|
|ONEPAK569||Jimi Hendrix||The Jimi Hendrix Collection (Volume Two) (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Dressed To Kill||ONEPAK569||UK||2000|
|2||Woke Up This Morning And Found Myself Dead||8:04|
|3||Peoples Peoples A.K.A. Bleeding Heart||12:27|
Lyrics By [Improvisation] – Jim MorrisonMusic By [Improvisation] – Jimi Hendrix
|5||Tomorrow Never Knows||5:10|
|7||Outside Woman Blues||8:04|
|8||Sunshine Of Your Love||2:15|
|RL 0015||Jimi Hendrix||Woke Up This Morning And Found Myself Dead (LP, Album)||Red Lightnin'||RL 0015||UK||1980|
|ARLC 1022||Jimi Hendrix||The Best Of & The Rest Of (Cass)||Action Replay Records||ARLC 1022||Europe||1991|
|NUT-1001||Jimi Hendrix||High, Live 'n Dirty (LP, Unofficial)||Nutmeg Records||NUT-1001||Spain||1983|
|MIL6102||Jimi Hendrix||NYC '68 (CD, Album)||M.I.L. Multimedia||MIL6102||US||1998|
|DA-43005-2||Jimi Hendrix||The Early Years (CD, Album)||Cannon Records||DA-43005-2||Germany||1996|