The Cry of Love is a posthumous album by Jimi Hendrix. It includes new material that he was working on for his planned fourth studio album. While most of the songs were included on proposed track listings by Hendrix, the final selection was made by recording engineer Eddie Kramer and drummer Mitch Mitchell, with input from manager Michael Jeffery.
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This was the first of the posthumous releases in the Jimi Hendrix catalog and probably the best as it collected most of the studio tracks that were either completed or very near completion before Hendrix died. Some of these tunes, like "Angel" and "Ezy Rider," have become well-known pieces in the Hendrix canon, but they sit alongside lesser-known gems like "Night Bird Flying" and the Dylanesque "My Friend
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The Cry of Love (1971) by Jimi Hendrix. Labels: Reprise Records. Genres: Psychedelic Rock Members: Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox, Mitch Mitchell, Steve Winwood. United States (RIAA) Platinum 1,000,000. 2). Megametal (85/100).
The Cry of Love is a posthumous fourth studio album by American rock musician Jimi Hendrix, released in February 1971. It was the first Hendrix album released after his death and was engineered, mixed and compiled by Eddie Kramer and Mitch Mitchell. The album cover illustration was by Nancy Reiner. The Cry of Love Q&A. Primary Artists Jimi Hendrix & The Jimi Hendrix Experience.
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Artists Jimi Hendrix The Cry of Love. The Cry of Love Jimi Hendrix. This album has an average beat per minute of 134 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 106/204 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Cry of Love.
When Jimi Hendrix died on Sept. 18, 1970, he left tons of unfinished songs from the various sessions he had started, but never quite completed, during the two years following the breakup of the Experience, the trio that catapulted him to fame on three classic albums and countless live performances. In the four decades since his death, nearly every scrap of tape found in the vaults (and most likely found on the floor too) has been collected and slapped onto an album. And they all can be traced back to The Cry of Love, the very first posthumous Hendrix album, released in March 1971, just six months after his death. Unlike many of the LPs that have surfaced since Hendrix's death, The Cry of Love doesn't try to replicate a work in progress or thematically pull together a series of tracks that were either abandoned or left unfinished by the fidgety artist.