‘New’ Jimi Hendrix song receives radio debut

A brand new Jimi Hendrix single "Somewhere" was played on the radio for the first time this morning (Jan 7). The track, which will be released as part of People, Hell & Angels, the forthcoming album of previously unreleased studio recordings, was played by DJ Shaun Keaveny on his BBC 6Music programme. The album will be released on March 4, 2013 and features 12 'new' songs, which see Hendrix experimenting with horns, keyboards, percussion and a second guitar.

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A brand new Jimi Hendrix single “Somewhere” was played on the radio for the first time this morning (Jan 7).

The track, which will be released as part of People, Hell & Angels, the forthcoming album of previously unreleased studio recordings, was played by DJ Shaun Keaveny on his BBC 6Music programme.

The album will be released on March 4, 2013 and features 12 ‘new’ songs, which see Hendrix experimenting with horns, keyboards, percussion and a second guitar.

You can hear a version of “Somewhere” on the official Jimi Hendrix website alongside an interview with producer Eddie Kramer.

The tracklisting for People, Hell & Angels is:

‘Earth Blues’
‘Somewhere’
‘Hear My Train A Comin”
‘Bleeding Heart’
‘Let Me Move You’
‘Izabella’
‘Easy Blues’
‘Crash Landing’
‘Inside Out’
‘Hey Gypsy Boy’
‘Mojo Man’
‘Villanova Junction Blues’

The tracks were recorded in 1968 and 1969.

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