Are You Experienced?

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1 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Foxy Lady 3:27 13,196
2 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Manic Depression 3:42 30,540
3 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Red House 13:07 27,057
4 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Can You See Me 2:32 15,256
5 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Love Or Confusion 3:12 16,471
6 Jimi Hendrix Experience - I Don't Live Today 3:54 16,473
7 Jimi Hendrix Experience - May This Be Love 3:10 15,919
8 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Fire 2:43 33,535
9 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Third Stone From The Sun 9:20 15,472
10 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Remember 2:48 11,247
11 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced 4:17 1,182
12 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Hey Joe 3:07 47,683
13 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Stone Free 3:35 18,924
14 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Purple Haze 3:28 59,337
15 Jimi Hendrix Experience - 51st Anniversary 3:15 10,435
16 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Wind Cries Mary 0:00 362
17 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Highway Chile 3:37 13,493

About this album

Are You Experienced is the debut album by English/American band The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Released in 1967, it was the first LP for Track Records. The album highlighted Jimi Hendrix’s R&B-based, , distortion- and feedback-laden playing, and launched him as a major new international star. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked it #15 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

In 2005 Are You Experienced was selected for permanent preservation in the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress in the United States.


After arriving in England in 1966, Hendrix formed The Jimi Hendrix Experience with Mitch Mitchell on drums and Noel Redding on bass. The group signed with Track Records, newly formed by The Who’s managers Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp. The group’s debut single appeared on Polydor Records, because Track was not yet operational. This group released three Top 10 hit UK singles produced by Chas Chandler: “Hey Joe”/”Stone Free” (December 1966), “Purple Haze”/”51st Anniversary” (March 1967, the first release by the new Track Records label, on a special white label) and “The Wind Cries Mary”/”Highway Chile” (May 1967). During the making of these singles, The Jimi Hendrix Experience also cut the tracks that became their debut album, which Chandler also produced with the Olympic Studios engineer Eddie Kramer (some tracks were recorded with engineers Dave Siddle at De Lane Lea and Mike Ross at CBS studios).

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  • Lord_Kur


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  • LivingShit

    pure cock rock alienation.. one good song: 3rd stone from sum

    30 Jan 2010 Reply
  • longwalk

    agreed, best cd ever :)

    26 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Maaaaarcin

    best cd ever ;D

    22 Dec 2009 Reply
  • ClaudioGurgel

    E assim o maior ícone da guitarra começava sua prodigiosa carreira. “Purple Haze” chega mostrando novos horizontes que se abriam para um novo blues, Jimi Hendrix chega como um guitarrista turbinado rodando muito mais rápido que qualquer outro no seu segmento. Alias, um segmento que é só seu até os dias de hoje. Seus dedos “fenderes” estão maravilhosos nos clássicos “Manic Depression”, “Hey Joe”, Fire”, “Third Stone From The Sun”, “Foxey Lady” e “The Wind Cries Mary”, essas canções que influenciaram os mais diversos artistas de tantos segmentos diferentes, misturando grooves de R&B, muito drive na guitarra, efeitos psicodélicos, com letras viajantes regadas de caracteristicas hippies. A experiência que tenho com esse álbum é de ouvi-lo em todas mídias que já foram lançadas, desde a fita K7, vinil, cd, cd remasterizado, mp3,... e assim continuarei com todas as que vierem no futuro.

    25 Oct 2009 Reply
  • icicle241286

    It's, like, the ultimate rock album.

    16 Jun 2009 Reply
  • kbr7ly1

    Hallo People!

    13 Feb 2009 Reply
  • benn148

    i just got it = im happy

    22 Jan 2008 Reply

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