Electric Ladyland is the third and final studio album by English-American rock band the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Released by Reprise Records in North America and Track Records in the UK in October 1968, the double album was the only record from the band produced by Jimi Hendrix. By mid-November, it had charted at number one in the United States, where it spent two weeks at the top spot. Electric Ladyland was the Experience's most commercially successful release and their only number one album
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The third album by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Electric Ladyland was the last Hendrix studio album to have been released during the guitar icon’s lifetime and reflects his meticulous involvement in every facet of its creation.
On Electric Ladyland, Jimi explores the recording studio for a double LP beyond compare. Every aspect of Hendrix’s genius comes to life on his third and final studio album. There’s the intense hard-rock punch of Crosstown Traffic ; the two masterful, very different versions of Voodoo Chile ; the radical, rollicking interpretation of Bob Dylan’s All Along the Watchtower ; and the dreamy, multilayered beauty of 198. A Merman I Should Turn to Be). This is the sound of a genius dreaming. Electric Ladyland The Jimi Hendrix Experience.
Electric Ladyland also features drummer Buddy Miles who would later go on to be in the Band of Gypsies with Hendrix. To top it all of legendary engineer Eddie Kramer would help produce the album adding in effects and multple guitar tracks to make Electric Ladyland just that more mind blowing. And the Gods Made Love The opening track starts off with two giant bangs. Jimi's and Eddie Kramer's mixboard masterpiece opens the album and makes the listener aware that they are not listening to an ordinary album . Have You Ever Been (to Electric Ladyland) The first track that features Jimi singing starts off with a sound like a clock ticking and with no notice Jimi's voice comes out asking the listener if they have ever been to electric ladyland, no intro nessacary. Jimi's voice is perfect and the backing singing is equally great.
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Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Electric Ladyland’ Gets Massive Reissue for 50th Anniversary. Deluxe box set will feature, demos, outtakes, live recordings and a documentary. The live disc, Jimi Hendrix Experience: Live at the Hollywood Bowl 9/14/68, features a recently discovered two-track soundboard recording of a Los Angeles gig where the trio played music from all three of its albums as well as a cover of Cream’s Sunshine of Your Love. He was very concerned about the audience at that concert, Kramer says of the tape.
Chronologically speaking, 'Electric Ladyland' is now twice as close to the end of World War II as it is to the present day, yet contemporary musicians seem to reference key elements of the famous Hendrix formula. Perhaps even more so than its famous contemporaries The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who. Though many critics at the time considered the album to be too heavy, with the benefit of 50 years of hindsight, it's now a fairly well-accepted truth that the dense overdriven nature of the album was a touchstone moment in blues and rock 'n' roll's necessary.