Long deleted from the catalogue, this was the first of the 'Alan Douglas' albums where unfinished Hendrix tracks were made into masters by deleting the original musicians and overdubbing new ones.
There's nothing really wrong with this concept, except that the new musicians play quite differently to Jimi's usual band members and as a result, some tracks sound stilted. Also, this approach meant that Jimi's band members didn't make any money and the tracks would have sounded better had they been involved.
There are eight tracks on the album, which runs less than half an hour, but it's actually a good listen. The last track is the best, a spooky and propulsive instrumental which was 'created' by Douglas from three different bits of music.
With few exceptions, these tracks aren't available elsewhere so this is worth hunting down. The next Douglas album - Midnight Lightning - was awful.