Provided you accept this as a collection of bits instead of a proper, Hendrix-approved album, it's a very good CD.
The album features tracks from all of Jimi's bands, even the short-lived `Gypsy Sun and Rainbows' group which played Woodstock and included Larry Lee on second guitar and two percussionists.
Despite this, and the fact that the tracks span over three years, the collection hangs together well and is a good listen. Most of the tracks are officially unreleased on CD and this album is worthwhile for that factor alone.
Look over Yonder and Pali Gap are from the 1971 Rainbow Bridge LP. Pali Gap is a beautiful instrumental which was a highlight of that LP and the deleted Voodoo Soup
collection, while Look Over Yonder is a nice 1967 outtake which would have fitted in well on Axis Bold as Love..
Midnight, Tax Free and South Saturn Delta are instrumentals which illustrate Jimi's love of jamming/improvising. STP with LSD is the stereo mix at last, but I've never liked the song that much.
The other unreleased gems here are a newly discovered demo of Angel and the solo version of Midnight Lightning, which sounds rather like a young John Lee Hooker. All Along the Watchtower has Noel rather than Jimi on bass (I think) and a different mix, while Drifter's Escape, rescued from the poor Loose Ends LP, is a nice inclusion, even if it doesn't scale the heights of the other Dylan covers - how could it?
As with other Experience Hendrix releases, Eddie Kramer has the tapes sounding better than ever and the packaging is excellent, except that `Little Wing' is actually an instrumental demo of Angel.
Highly recommended, but don't start your Hendrix collection here.