A double album with unreleased instrumental recordings by Jimi Hendrix will be released as the new official bootleg of the memorable guitarist's 'Hear My Music' collection. These editions will be launched on November 28 as part of Record Store Day (Vinyl Day) which this year will coincide with the sales day in the US known as 'Black Friday'. According to the label that releases this record, these recordings make a tour of the "Creative explorations" that the guitar icon performed during the first half of 1969, taking both as solo demos and as some improvisations he did with the 'Jimi Hendrix Experience'.
Among the eleven tracks edited, there are two versions of 'Valleys of Neptune', one of them with solos by Hendrix's guitar and another in which he shines playing the piano, as well as two unreleased versions of 'Drone Blue' and 'Jimi' / 'Jimmy Jam' which were published in the already sold out 'Nine to the Universe 'from 1980.
This double album has been produced by Hendrix's sister, janie hendrix, alongside sound engineer Eddie Kramer and Hendrix music expert John McDermott. This work will be released on 200 gram vinyl and will be released through Dagger Records, the label that manages the Experience Hendrix LLC collection.