Jimi Hendrix Jams with Johnny Winter, Stephen Stills and More on a New Album, 'Both Sides of the Sky'

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The blues loom large on the latest set of Jimi Hendrix studio outtakes, being released by the Experience Hendrix team of Eddie Kramer, John McDermott and Janie Hendrix on March 9. Titled Both Sides of the Sky, the 13-song set is being marketed as the third installment of a posthumous trilogy that also includes 2010’s Valleys of Neptune and 2013’s People, Hell and Angels.

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Alan di Perna

In a career that spans five decades, Alan di Perna has written for pretty much every magazine in the world with the word “guitar” in its title, as well as other prestigious outlets such as Rolling Stone, Billboard, Creem, Player, Classic Rock, Musician, Future Music, Keyboard, grammy.com and reverb.com. He is author of Guitar Masters: Intimate Portraits, Green Day: The Ultimate Unauthorized History and co-author of Play It Loud: An Epic History of the Sound Style and Revolution of the Electric Guitar. The latter became the inspiration for the Metropolitan Museum of Art/Rock and Roll Hall of Fame exhibition “Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock and Roll.” As a professional guitarist/keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist, Alan has worked with recording artists Brianna Lea Pruett, Fawn Wood, Brenda McMorrow, Sat Kartar and Shox Lumania.