Jimi Hendrix Rainbow Bridge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Numbered Limited Edition 200g LP
200g Vinyl Contains Both Studio and Live Recordings!
All Analogue Mastering by Bernie Grundman! Pressed at QRP!
Remastered from the Original 2 Track Master Tapes!
Numbered, Limited Edition First Pressings!
Only the First 3000 Pressings Are Individually Numbered!
Rainbow Bridge is an album by American musician Jimi Hendrix. It was the second
posthumous album release by his official record company and is mostly composed
of recordings Hendrix made in 1969 and 1970 after the breakup of the Jimi
Hendrix Experience. Despite the cover photo and subtitle Original Motion Picture
Sound Track, it does not contain any songs recorded during his concert
appearance for the 1971 film Rainbow Bridge.
Continuing in the vein of The Cry of Love, the first official posthumous Hendrix
album, Rainbow Bridge explores new guitar styles and textures. All the songs,
except for a solo studio version of "The Star Spangled Banner," are written by
Hendrix and mostly performed with Mitch Mitchell on drums and Billy Cox on bass.
The songs on Rainbow Bridge represent material in various stages of development
and were never finalized or approved for release by Hendrix. Four of the songs
on the album, along with the ten songs from The Cry of Love and three from War
Heroes, were planned for Hendrix's followup album to the live Band of Gypsys,
released in March 1970. Rainbow Bridge contains both studio and live music
featuring "Star Spangled Banner" at the Record Plant in New York in March of
1969 and "Hear My Train a Comin'" recorded live at Berkeley Community Theatre.
• Numbered, Limited Edition First Pressing
• Only the first 3000 pressings are individually numbered
• 200g Audiophile Grade Vinyl
• Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
• All analogue mastering by Bernie Grundman
• Remastered from the original 2 track master tapes
• Gatefold jacket
• Features the original album artwork
1. Dolly Dagger
2. Earth Blues
3. Pali Gap
4. Room Full of Mirrors
5. Star Spangled Banner (Record Plant, New York, NY, March 18, 1969)
6. Look Over Yonder
7. Hear My Train A Comin' (Live at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA)
8. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)