Jimi Hendrix - Rainbow Bridge (1971) [USA, Heavy Psych]

Artist: Jimi Hendrix
Location: USA
Album: Rainbow Bridge
Year: 1971 (Recorded Live between 1968 & 1970)
Genre: Heavy Psych
Duration: 42:33
Format: MP3 CBR 320

All songs written by Jimi Hendrix except where noted.
01. Dolly Dagger - 4:44
02. Earth Blues - 4:21
03. Pali Gap - 5:04
04. Room Full Of Mirrors - 3:33
05. Star Spangled Banner (trad., arr.by Jimi Hendrix) - 4:10
06. Look Over Yonder - 3:25
07. Hear My Train A Comin' (live) - 11:13
08. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) - 6:03

Tracks 01, 03 and 08 recorded at Electric Lady Studios, New York City, July 1, 1970
Track 02 recorded at Record Plant Studios, New York City, December 20, 1970
Track 04 recorded at Record Plant Studios, November 17, 1969 
Track 05 recorded at Record Plant Studios, March 18, 1969
Track 06 recorded at TTG Studios, Hollywood, October 22, 1968
Track 07 recorded live at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California, May 30, 1970

- Jimi Hendrix - guitars, lead vocals (01,02,04,06-08), backing vocals (01,02), producer
- Billy Cox - bass guitar (01-04,07,08), backing vocals (02)
- Mitch Mitchell - drums (01-03,06-08), producer
- Juma Sultan - percussion (01,03,08)
- The Ghetto Fighters (Albert Allen and Arthur Allen) - backing vocals (01)
- The Ronettes (Veronica Bennett, Estelle Bennett, Nedra Talley) - backing vocals (02)
- Buddy Miles - backing vocals (02), drums (04)
- Noel Redding - bass guitar (06)
- Eddie Kramer, John Jansen - engineers, producers

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