The original LP release of Cry of Love (named after what Jimi had called his last US tour band) was the first album released after his death.
Mitch Mitchell and Eddie Kramer did a pretty good job of assembling an album from finished and unfinished material. However, Jimi had always planned a double album, usually known as 'First Rays of the New Rising Sun', which never received a final track layout. The Hendrix Estate CD of the same name features all the tracks on Cry of Love, plus several more from other posthumous Hendrix LPs.
Whatever, this has some great songs on it, such as Freedom, Drifting, Ezy Rider, Belly Button Window and In From the Storm; a joke (Astro Man); and a good song which doesn't really fit in (My Friend, a 1968 out-take). It's a good listen.
This CD is now out of print, but if you find it, make sure you get the second issue as the first CD version had poor sound compared to the LP. The second issue, on Reprise, has "RE-1" etched into the CD to show that it's been remastered.
Post Script: In mid 2014, Experience Hendrix announced that this album, along with its successor, Rainbow Bridge, will be re-released. I have not listened to either, but note that all the tracks for Cry of Love are already available on First Rays of the New Rising Sun, and Rainbow Bridge can be easily assembled by anyone with an iPod and the recent official releases! The original LPs, released in 1971 and 1972 respectively, were popular but unless there is something special about the new releases, why buy the tracks yet again?