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Good price for this awesome Hendrix album (collects unreleased/rare versions etc); elsewhere:-
Zavvi £7.95
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DVD Source £11.99
991.com £14.64

The completely unreleased studio album with 12 previously unreleased studio recordings and over 60 minutes of unheard Jimi Hendrix! Ten recordings were made between February and May 1969 as The Jimi Hendrix Experience set out to create their sequel to the groundbreaking 1968 double album Electric Ladyland. It features “Valleys Of Neptune,” one of the most sought after of all of Hendrix’s commercially unavailable recordings and also includes exciting 1969 arrangements of classic signature songs “Red House,” “Fire” and “Stone Free” and unheard studio versions of Hendrix’s inspired interpretations of “Bleeding Heart” by Elmore James and Cream’s “Sunshine Of Your Love”. The cover art is by Hendrix himself.
Stone Free: The original 1966 recording by the original Jimi Hendrix Experience is best known as one of Jimi’s signature songs. The 2000 Jimi Hendrix Experience Box Set featured a new remake by the original group. Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox recorded this version in May 1969. It is a different recording entirely.
Valleys Of Neptune: This track was recorded in September 1969 and May 1970. This full band version has never been released. An extract of a demo Hendrix made of this song, featuring just Mitchell on drums and percussionist Juma Sultan, was part of the short-lived album Lifelines that was in the marketplace between 1990 to 1992.
Bleeding Heart: This cover of the classic blues song by Elmore James is different entirely from the versions featured on South Saturn Delta and originally on War Heroes. This recording has never been issued and features Jimi, Billy Cox and drummer Rocky Isaac. It was recorded in April 1969.
Hear My Train A Comin’: This electric, full band version is different from the famous 12-string acoustic version that was featured in the 1973 documentary Jimi Hendrix and subsequently on the album Jimi Hendrix: Blues.
Mr. Bad Luck: Like “Valleys Of Neptune”, a different version of this song was part of Lifelines in 1990. Jimi would later develop this song as “Look Over Yonder” that was issued as part of South Saturn Delta.
Sunshine Of Your Love: A stage favorite for the group during the 1969 period which has never been released.
Lover Man: Jimi recorded many different arrangements of this song, including the versions on both the Jimi Hendrix Experience Box Set and South Saturn Delta. This is an entirely different recording made in February 1969.
Ships Passing Through The Night: A never-before-released track taken from the last recording session by the original Jimi Hendrix Experience on 4/14/69.
Fire/Red House: Both of these songs by the original Jimi Hendrix Experience were recorded at the same February 1969 session. They feature the expanded stage arrangements Jimi had developed and are not alternate takes of the original 1967 recordings.
Lullaby For The Summer/Crying Blue Rain These April 1969 recordings by the original Jimi Hendrix Experience have never been released.

1. Stone Free
2. Valleys Of Neptune
3. Bleeding Heart
4. Hear My Train A Comin'
5. Mr. Bad Luck
6. Sunshine Of Your Love
7. Lover Man
8. Ships Passing Through The Night
9. Fire
10. Red House
11. Lullaby For The Summer
12. Crying Blue Rain

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VALLEYS OF NEPTUNE track by track

All of the twelve recordings featured on the album have never before been released on a CD/LP.

The songs document the pivotal time period after Electric Ladyland and before Electric Lady Studios and the recordings made there that would later take form as Cry Of Love and now First Rays.

Valleys Of Neptune documents the final studio recordings Jimi made in 1969 with the original Jimi Hendrix Experience and the first efforts with new bassist Billy Cox.
As a number of the song titles will be familiar to fans and buyers alike, the following details the key characteristics of each of the tracks on Valleys Of Neptune.

Stone Free:
The original 1966 recording by the original Jimi Hendrix Experience is best known as one of Jimi’s signature songs. The 2000 Jimi Hendrix Experience Box Set featured a new remake by the original group. Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox recorded this version in May 1969. It is a different recording entirely.
Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 7, 9, 14, May 17,1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Billy Cox
Drums: Mitch Mitchell
Backing Vocals: Roger Chapman, Andy Fairweather Low

Valleys Of Neptune:
This track was recorded in September 1969 and May 1970. This full band version has never been released. An extract of a demo Hendrix made of this song, featuring just Mitchell on drums and percussionist Juma Sultan, was part of the short-lived Reprise/Polydor album Lifelines that was in the marketplace between 1990 to 1992.
Recorded: Record Plant, New York, September 23, 1969, May 15, 1970
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Drums: Mitch Mitchell
Bass: Billy Cox
Percussion: Juma Sultan

Bleeding Heart:
This cover of the classic blues song by Elmore James is different entirely from the versions featured on South Saturn Delta and originally on War Heroes. This recording has never been issued and features Jimi, Billy Cox and drummer Rocky Isaac. It was recorded in April 1969.
Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 24, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Billy Cox
Drums: Rocky Isaac
Tambourine: Chris Grimes
Maracas: Al Marks

Hear My Train A Comin’:
This electric, full band version is different from the famous 12-string acoustic version that was featured in the 1973 documentary Jimi Hendrix and subsequently on the album Jimi Hendrix: Blues.
Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 7, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

Edited By: andywedge on Aug 01, 2010 21:26: edit
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Mr. Bad Luck:
Like “Valleys Of Neptune”, a different version of this song was part of Lifelines in 1990. Jimi would later develop this song as “Look Over Yonder” that was issued as part of South Saturn Delta.
Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, May 5, 1967
Producer: Chas Chandler
Additional bass and drum recording, Air Studios, London, June 5, 1987
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

Sunshine Of Your Love:

A stage favorite for the group during the 1969 period which has never been released.
Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 16, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell
Percussion: Rocki Dzidzornu

Lover Man:
Jimi recorded many different arrangements of this song, including the versions on both the Jimi Hendrix Experience Box Set and South Saturn Delta. This is an entirely different recording made in February 1969.
Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 16, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

Ships Passing Through The Night:
A never-before-released track taken from the last recording session by the original Jimi Hendrix Experience on 4/14/69.
Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 14, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Guitar, Vocals: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

Fire/Red House:
Both of these songs by the original Jimi Hendrix Experience were recorded at the same February 1969 session. They feature the expanded stage arrangements Jimi had developed and are not alternate takes of the original 1967 recordings.
(Fire)
Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 17, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass, Backing Vocal: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell
(Red House)
Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 17, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

Lullaby For The Summer/Crying Blue Rain

These April 1969 recordings by the original Jimi Hendrix Experience have never been released.
(Lullaby For The Summer)
Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 7, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Mixed By Eddie Kramer
Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Bass: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell
(Crying Blue Rain)
Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 16, 1969
Producer: Jimi Hendrix
Additional bass and drum recording, Air Studios, London, June 5, 1987
Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Percussion: Rocki Dzidzornu
Bass: Noel Redding
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

Edited By: andywedge on Aug 01, 2010 21:28: edit
#4
Not actually sold by Amazon, but fulfilled by Amazon, which means Amazon package and dispatch, so you can take advantage of their free SuperSaver delivery, but the items condition will be as they received it from third party seller AAAMusicWorld-UK, whoever they are.

I've ordered items fulfilled by Amazon but from other sellers before, and it's normally been fine.
#5
Stone Free is the best track on the album imo. Good stuff.
#6
Maybe, but it's one of the least interesting since it's just a different version of a track we've all had for years. The interesting ones are the never-before-released ones like the title track.
#7
Still available. Why expired?
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diGriz
Still available. Why expired?

Thanks diGriz; unexpired

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