Track publish Jimi Hendrix’ posthumous album : ‘The Cry of Love’ (1971)

Jimi Hendrix‘ ‘The Cry of Love’ is a posthumous album compiled by recording engineer Eddie Kramer and drummer Mitch Mitchell and released in March 1971 by Track.

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Track publish Jimi Hendrix’ posthumous album : ‘The Cry of Love’ (1971)

Track Listing : 1.Freedom (Jimi Hendrix) – 03:24 . 2.Drifting (Jimi Hendrix) – 03:46 . 3.Ezy Ryder (Jimi Hendrix) – 04:09 . 4.Night Bird Flying (Jimi Hendrix) – 03:50 . 5.My Friend (Jimi Hendrix) – 04:40 . 6.Straight Ahead (Jimi Hendrix) – 04:42 . 7.Astro Man (Jimi Hendrix) – 03:37 . 8.Angel (Jimi Hendrix) – 04:25 . 9.In From The Storm (Jimi Hendrix) – 03:42 . 10.Belly Button Window (Jimi Hendrix) – 03:34

Musicians : Jimi Hendrix – Lead Vocals, Guitars, Backing Vocals On (3 – 9=, Piano On (1) . Billy Cox – Bass Guitar Except (5 – 10) . Mitch Mitchell – Drums Except (3 – 5 – 10) . Juma Sultan – Percussion On (1 – 4 – 7) . Buddy Miles – Drums On (3) . Noel Redding – Bass Guitar On (5) . Buzzy Linhart – Vibraphone On (2) . Billy Armstrong – Percussion On (3) . Kenny Pine – Twelve-String Guitar On (5) . Jimmy Mayes – Drums On (5) . Stephen Stills – Piano On (5) . Paul Caruso – Harmonica On (5) . Steve Winwood – Backing Vocals On (3) . Chris Wood – Backing Vocals On (3) . Emeretta Marks – Backing Vocals On (9) . The Ghetto Fighters – Backing Vocals On (1)

Production : Produced By Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Kramer, Mitch Mitchell Eddie Kramer – Engineer . Tony Bongiovi – Engineer

Package : Nancy Reiner – Cover Art Work . Victor Kahn-Sunshine – Photography

Recorded March 1968 To August 1970 At Electric Lady Studios, Record Plant, And Sound Center In New York.

Released In March 1971 By Track.

(Source Jimi Hendrix – The Cry of Love | Official Site)

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Blogcritics
The ten songs that Mitchell and Kramer chose for the album find Hendrix still experimenting and pushing the limits of the guitar sound to places that had never been traveled but also find a new sophistication of lyrics plus some structured underlying melodies. […]

Robert Christgau
At first I responded to this by feel. It seemed loose, free of mannerisms, warmer than the three Experience LPs, as if by dying before it was finished Hendrix left all the sweet lyricism of his cockeyed mystical brotherhood jive unguarded. […]

Guitar Ingenuity
Yes, of course, he also obviously knows a thing or two about playing the guitar, but he had that proven already many times before. The album also is a great platform to showcase his ability to work across a broad spectrum of musical styles. […]

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Track publish Jimi Hendrix’ posthumous album : ‘The Cry of Love’ (1971)

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