Unreleased 1968 Jimi Hendrix Track, “Somewhere,”

This is an article from GuitarWorld.com I think jimi was absolutely one of the BEST guitar players of ROCK and Electric Blues ever but that is my opinion thought you might like to listen to this if your a fan as well. In a video posted last November, a clip of a “new” Hendrix track called “Somewhere” could be heard as engineer Eddie Kramer discussed the making of People, Hell & Angels, a collection of 12 previously unreleased studio recordings from the guitar legend.

Now the entire song — which features Buddy Miles and Stephen Stills — can be heard in full online. Stream it below via the video player.

Culled from the guitarist’s final recordings, the post-Experience material promises to veer in unexpected directions, even for diehard Hendrix fans. The collection, with a title coined by Hendrix, features a host of new collaborators for the guitar legend.

“We’re thrilled to be able to release People, Hell & Angels during the celebration of the 70th anniversary of my brother’s birth,” Janie Hendrix says. “The brilliance of the album serves to underscore what we’ve known all along: that there has never been and never will be a musical force equal to his and that we cherish and take inspiration of what he left us both now and for many generations to come … simply eternity.”

People, Hell & Angels is out March 5. I will also invite you to sample some of my music over at markallanwolfe.com you may like some of the tracks that are there which I was inspired by the man himself

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TIPS and IDEAS on music submission

Tips on Music Submission

When sending your material out to a Publishing company, record label or any number of professionals who might help you in your promotion and exploitation of your music, you need to do it right. You need to take a few extra steps in making sure your music has a fighting chance. It sometimes does not mean a hill of f you or your friends think it is the next greatest hit, if it never gets listened to the CD becomes a coaster.

If you take these few steps with your delivery you may find you have an edge on your competition. Believe me there are millions of other folks who are out there who believe in there music the same way you do. Many will think all they need to do is to take a cd record an mp3 on it and send it with no letter or anything on it.

Make sure your songs are all mastered and are at the right volume, no pops,distortion or clicks. Try to select only the best tracks that give the best example of who you are and your sound.
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When you place your music on a disc to mail out, be sure to write CLEARLY or to print out a sticker with all your contact info on it. I would make a suggestion to you. You spent all this time in creating the music and all this effort to trying to market it, why not spend a few more bucks and purchase the disc stickers for your printer? I was told once that if you just write on the disc with some scribbled letters, it gives the impression that you do not care that much about your music? I can see why. Remember you are trying to get people to listen to your music.

You want people to open there mail and be like “WOW these folks took a lot of time and effort into creating this package, they must ROCK!” By a fancy folder and nice printing pap cause remember you only have one time to make a first impression.Chilling out by a water fall Northern GA

When you send your email or EPK if you do not know what that is ( Electronic Press Kit) you need to make sure you re read everything. Do not make long statements about this and that, introduce yourself and give all your connection info and/or ask if you can submit material. Understand that many A&R,Music Mangers, Music Supervisors receive hundreds of tracks a day if not weekly. They need time to go thru the stuff they get and if your successful to have them open up your email or CD package, you do not want to waste their time.

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When giving your links to sample your music it should take the person directly to the song or title to a music player. You should never assume that the folks are going to go surfing thru your website or have to jump thru hoops to sample your music. If they cannot find it with in a few seconds most times they will move on and your done.

So, please do not get angry with me and email me then tell me how mean or stupid I am. All of these ideas come from trial and error. I have experienced these first hand and have found out what works. Maybe not all the time but with trial and error you learn a little here and there.

At the end of the day it is always up to the music supervisor or the director on which song (s) will be chosen. No matter who makes it, how long you worked on it, if you dig it or not, if they do not dig it you are not going to change their minds. If it works with the picture in their eyes then there is no stopping the deal. So create your best, try hard, put your best foot forwards and keep on knocking until the door opens. It might take years but if you got the jams then eventually someone will listen if your humble, talented and have a teachable spirit.

For more info stop on thru again or visit www.wolfiesmusicpublishing.com or www.markallanwolfe.com for more. You are always free to visit www.wappublishing.com and also visit the other companies out around the webs nd be sure to share what you have learned with others.

Studio pictures from earlier years

Wolfes Den studio in the early stages

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Why not grab this widget and post it in your emails, BLOGS website where ever your needing music or would like to spice up some of your website or your presence on the web, it is FREE and while your at it grab the ANDROID APP for your phone,
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Also visit the website and share the jams why not encourage some one today with their own song ASK ME how

The music of Mark Allan Wolfe

Check out some great new music an also listen to some more music that is available at IMRADIO grab this widget for your blog or website it you need music.
Also give a listen to the new heavy guitar jam by MARK ALLAN WOLFE called “Lost in the SON” a heavy guitar rock song. The radio station has a bout 50-60 songs in a small variety of rock,pop and smooth jazz songs but all of them are great. If your interested in learning more about it then give us a shout.

If your an artist or a band looking for placement opportunity’s than also give a listen and or visit http://www.wolfiesmusicpublishing.com we are always looking to expand our data base of songs for FILM,TV and WEB advertisements.

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