I've probably talked about this new Jimi Hendrix album more than any other man alive. I've never been so excited for new music to come out, and I know you share that enthusiasm too. “People, Hell, and Angels” comes out March 5th, but you can listen to the album for free! I have the full details here.

NPR is letting fans sample the album for free. You can Click Here to listen. I've spent the better half of my morning listening, and I can't stop.

So what's the story behind “People, Hell, and Angels”? NPR has the details too:

Given that Jimi Hendrix has been dead for more than four decades, the visionary guitarist has remained awfully prolific: He left behind a formidable tape library, full of alternate takes, discarded ideas and collaborations of varying quality, and those materials have been mined in the making of far more albums and compilations than he churned out during his 27 years. That one such collection would produce a chart-topping single in 2013 is a testament to Hendrix's enduring appeal, not to mention technological advancements and the eternal struggle to maximize the commercial clout of a lucrative catalog. By definition, People, Hell and Angels can't advance Hendrix's legacy beyond where it already stood; we'll never hear the innovations, hairpin turns and creative dead ends he'd have followed had he lived to celebrate his 70th birthday at the end of this year.

Once again, Click Here To Listen To The Album.