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The majority of the tracks featured on Valleys of Neptune were recorded in early 1969, while Hendrix was experimenting with songs for his unfinished fourth album, following the successful release of Electric Ladyland in September 1968. Numerous versions have been released, both officially and otherwise, and the majority of the 'previously unreleased' recordings present on the 2010 album have been released in one form or another before, albeit sometimes in inferior quality or different versions.
i did not want to go there, but he also mentions in this song about how he washed his pain and scars away also.
originally posted by: korkythecat
a reply to: proob4
Interesting concept, but how can anyone predict the future, when the future has not happened yet?
Some things we can predict based on intelligent analysis of past events, but ultimately it is impossible to know what has not yet happened, unless you think we are all living in an ancestor simulation.
If we are, then a lot of prophets were made fools of!!
take your pick
originally posted by: FlyersFan