Lost Jimi Hendrix album found, Graham Nash casually remarks

    Talk about burying the lede. In a Las Vegas Sun interview with Graham Nash , Nash discussed his former bandmates’ current projects. This little nugget was hidden nearly at the end of the article:

    • And a box set for Stills. “He has an enormous history of recording,” Nash says. “In the ’70s, he was a recording fool. He just found a bloody album he made with (Jimi) Hendrix.

    While not emphasized in the Sun. the revelation of a lost Hendrix recording has sent the music world into a frenzy. The recording was apparently made in 1970, not long before Hendrix died. Nash is currently working on cleaning up the Stills/Hendrix recordings for an eventual release. This news is somehow much more satisfying than the 237th unreleased Tupac album.

     

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