JIMI HENDRIX - MOODS - 12" LP Vinyl Album - psych / acid rock

JIMI HENDRIX's "Moods" was released in 1974, several years after Hendrix's death. The album was compiled by Alan Douglas, who had previously produced Hendrix's posthumous releases "Crash Landing" and "Midnight Lightning". The album features tracks from various recording sessions throughout Hendrix's career, including his time with the Jimi Hendrix Experience and his collaborations with other musicians. This web page has photos of album covers, inner sleeves, record labels together with production details, musicians and track-listing.


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"Moods" Album Description:

Jimi Hendrix, an iconic figure in the world of rock music, left an indelible mark on the 1960s music scene. His groundbreaking album "Moods," released on 12" LP vinyl, stands as a testament to his innovative musical prowess and the vibrant cultural landscape of the time.

The year was 1967, and the counterculture movement was in full swing. The world was undergoing a transformative period, marked by social and political upheavals, and the music of the era mirrored the spirit of change. Hendrix, with his electrifying guitar skills and genre-defying sound, emerged as a symbol of the musical revolution that characterized the late 1960s.

"Moods" captures the essence of this era, blending blues, rock, and psychedelia in a unique fusion that defied conventional musical boundaries. Released during the Summer of Love, the album resonated with the psychedelic ethos that permeated the air, offering listeners a sonic journey into uncharted territory.

The production of "Moods" reflected the experimental nature of the time. The use of studio effects, such as feedback and distortion, showcased Hendrix's willingness to push the sonic envelope. The LP format allowed for a more extended and immersive listening experience, inviting audiences to immerse themselves fully in the musical exploration unfolding on each side of the vinyl.

The cover art of the album, a visual masterpiece in its own right, often featured vibrant and surreal imagery, capturing the psychedelic aesthetic that dominated album artwork during this period. The visual representation, coupled with the groundbreaking sound within, created a holistic experience for the listener – a journey not just through music but through the broader cultural landscape of the late 1960s.

Music Genre:

  Psych/Acid Prog Rock 

Album Production Information:

  The album: was produced by: Lee Moses and Johnny Brantley

Record Label:

  TRIP Records TLP-9512 / SLT-00861 

Record Format:

  12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram  

Year & Country:

  Made in the USA (New Jersey)
Track Listing of:

The Songs/tracks on "JIMI HENDRIX - Moods" are

  1. A Mumblin' Word
  2. Miracle Worker
  3. From This Day On
  4. Human Heart
  5. Feel That Soul
  6. All Alone
  7. Get Down
  8. So Called Friend
  9. Girl So Fine
  10. Every Little Bit Hurts
  11. You Say You Love Me
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JIMI HENDRIX Vinyl LP Discography and Album Cover Gallery

Jimi Hendrix was a true original, a musician whose innovative approach to the guitar helped to define a generation of rock music. His untimely death cut short a career that was still full of promise, but his influence continues to be felt to this day. He remains a true icon of American music, and his legacy is a testament to the power of creativity and innovation in the arts.

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