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The estate of Jimi Hendrix authorized the 1973 film to be re-released on video and DVD in 1999. An expanded DVD edition was issued in 2005, featuring a new documentary, From the Ukulele to the Strat , with more remembrances of Hendrix through interviews with family and friends, the making of " Dolly Dagger ", with producer-engineer Eddie Kramer breaking down the studio mix of the song and unreleased archive footage of a performance of " Stone Free " from the July 4, 1970 Atlanta Pop Festival.

Back in America, Jimi Hendrix built his own recording studio, Electric Lady Studios in New York City. The name of this project became the basis for his most demanding musical release, a two LP collection, Electric Ladyland . Throughout 1968, the demands of touring and studio work took its toll on the group and in 1969 the Experience disbanded.

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Originally released in 1971, and last issued on CD in 1992, The Cry Of Love was compiled and mixed by Hendrix’s longtime engineer Eddie Kramer and Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell. The bulk of these tracks were recorded between December 1969 and the summer of 1970 at Electric Lady Studios in New York, and were intended to be part of an ambitious double LP tentatively titled First Rays of the New Rising Sun . Commercially, The Cry Of Love was a huge success, reaching #3 in the . and #2 in the UK, and spawned favorites such as “Angel,” “Freedom,” and “Ezy Ryder.” While Mitch Mitchell and bassist Billy Cox comprised the rhythm section on the lion’s share of the tracks, Buddy Miles played drums on “Ezy Ryder” and Noel Redding played bass on “My Friend” (recorded in 1968, before his departure from the Jimi Hendrix Experience). The Cry Of Love also includes the participation of notable guest musicians including Steve Winwood, Chris Wood and Buzzy Linhart among others.

According to this product page from Epiphone , one of Jimi's early guitars was a Wilshire. Epiphone writes "though many of the early Epiphone instruments made in Kalamazoo were under-appreciated at the time of their release, numerous artists through the years recognized the unique appeal of these guitars including Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter, Kurt Cobain, and Steve Marriot."

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Hendrix's work as an accompanist appears on several different labels. [2] After he became popular, Hendrix contributed to recordings by several different artists. [9] In addition to the legitimate singles and albums released before his death, two albums worth of demos and outtakes recorded with Curtis Knight with misleading cover art and titles were released, which Hendrix publicly denounced. [10] After his death, many more such albums appeared. [11]

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