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Axis: Bold as Love (1967)

Jimi Hendrix
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Psychedelic rock, Hard rock, Rock music, Funk rock, Acid rock, Blues-rock, Heavy metal

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Axis: Bold as Love is the second studio album by The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Under pressure from their record company to follow-up the successful debut of their May 1967 album Are You Experienced, Axis: Bold as Love was released on Track Records in the UK in December 1967. It reached #5 in the UK and later #3 in the US.
The album was recorded to fulfill the band's contract, which stated that they must produce two albums in 1967. Even so, it was not released in the USA until 1968 due to fears that it might disturb the sales of the first album. Noel Redding plays eight string bass on some tracks.
Just before the album's completion, Hendrix left the master tapes of side one in a taxi. They were never found again, and thus the A-side had to be mixed again quickly.
The album was re-released on the week of March 30, 2010. Like the other 2010 re-releases, the sound varies slightly with minor tweaks from Hendrix's sound engineer Eddie Kramer.
Many of the album's songs were composed with studio recording techniques in mind and as a result were rarely performed live. Only "Spanish Castle Magic" and "Little Wing" were performed regularly. The lyrics of "Spanish Castle Magic" were inspired by

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Tracks

2:43 She's So Fine
2:30 Little Wing
1:54 EXP
2:25 Little Miss Lover
2:44 You Got Me Floatin'
5:35 If 6 Was 9
3:01 Up From the Skies
1:52 Ain't No Telling
3:45 One Rainy Wish
2:49 Castles Made of Sand
3:08 Spanish Castle Magic
4:08 Bold as Love
3:06 Wait Until Tomorrow
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Hendrix gets trippier.