Jimi Hendrix discography

Jimi Hendrix Discography

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The original discography of Jimi Hendrix, an American guitarist and singer-songwriter, including The Jimi Hendrix Experience, consists of three studio albums, two live albums, two compilation albums and twelve single.


In September 1966, ex-Animals bassist Chas Chandler brought Hendrix from the United States to the United Kingdom, where an eponymous band, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, was formed around him. Noel Redding joined as the band's bassist on 29 September and drummer Mitch Mitchell finalised the lineup on 6 October. The Experience's first record was a cover of Billy Roberts' "Hey Joe", released in the UK on 16 December, where it peaked at #6. The B-Side of that record was "Stone Free", written by Hendrix. "Purple Haze" and "The Wind Cries Mary", original Hendrix compositions, were subsequently released on 17 March and 5 May 1967 and reached #3 and #6 respectively, before the band's debut LP, Are You Experienced, was released on Track Records on 12 May. The album reached #2 in the UK and a version with a different track listing reached #5 in the US in the wake of the success of Hendrix's performance at the Monterey Pop Festival when released on Reprise Records in USA & Canada on August 23. "Hey Joe" and "Purple Haze" were also released in the States, the latter of which peaked at #65.

The fourth single released by Hendrix was "Burning of the Midnight Lamp", which later appeared on...
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