For a new series of articles I pick my top five favourite albums from each decade from the 1960’s onwards. Starting with the 1960’s is exciting because it’s my favourite decade for music and it was going to be tough trying to narrow down my selection to only five albums. After careful consideration I was able to do it with the following five albums making the cut.
Released on their 1967 album Axis: Bold As Love, Wait Until Tomorrow features some of the best rhythm guitar you’ll ever hear, period. The sound, the tone, the playing could only be Hendrix. What we have in this article is the full isolated guitar track and it is incredible. Take a listen:
When it comes to Hendrix songs, none of them manage to contain the vast amount of beauty that Little Wing does. What we have in this isolated track article is the entire guitar track from Little Wing in isolated form including the guitar solo, and it’s magnificent.
Third Stone From The Sun is a track the Hendrix Experience released on their debut album Are You Experienced in 1967 and it’s by far the most far out sounding song on the whole record. Hendrix’s tone is absolutely exquisite and what we have here is the isolated guitar from the track. Buckle up and prepare to be blown away!
The Jim Hendrix Experience’s Axis: Bold As Love album saw Hendrix’s playing shift styles somewhat even though the album was recorded in the same year as his debut, Are You Experienced. The title track features beautifully delicate playing that could only be Hendrix and the full thing can be heard in isolated form right here.
One of my favourite Hendrix tracks is The Wind Cries Mary due to the gorgeous guitar playing from Hendrix. It’s difficult to describe the beauty in his playing from the thick chords to the guild guitar solo that lights up the song. What we have below is the full isolated guitars in a single track, stripped bare of bass and drums.