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. In his essay, included in the full color 12 x 12 book that comes with the set, veteran Rolling Stone contributor David Fricke contends, Electric Ladyland is the guitarist at a visceral, pictorial peak in his playing and his exploration of the recording studio as an instrument of composition and narrative . Electric Ladyland – original album remixed by Eddie Kramer in . Surround Sound.
Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Electric Ladyland’ Gets Massive Reissue for 50th Anniversary. Deluxe box set will feature, demos, outtakes, live recordings and a documentary. David Redfern/Redferns. Half a century ago, when Jimi Hendrix began work on what would become his the final album to come out in his lifetime, Electric Ladyland, he was finding inspiration everywhere. Jimi was very much in the realm of experimentation, says one of the album’s recording engineers, Eddie Kramer. Kramer is seated in the control room of Electric Lady Studios, the New York studio Hendrix opened shortly before his death in 1970. When I first started working with him, Chas Chandler told me, ‘The rules are, There are no rules
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.
Electric Ladyland (1968) by The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Labels: Track Records. Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock. Members: Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding, Mitch Mitchell.
Jimi Hendrix had a lot to say in 1968, when he released Electric Ladyland, the third and final album with the Jimi Hendrix Experience. You can hear it in the sprawling double-record set's free-form jams, dizzying psych-rock freak-outs and occasional unevenness. The period surrounding the album was a busy and productive one for Hendrix, who'd never release another studio record before his death two years later. For years, material recorded right before, during and right after the Electric Ladyland sessions has found its way onto posthumous collections.