"In From the Storm"
Original album The Cry of Love
Length 3:42
Writer(s) Jimi Hendrix
Recording date(s) July 21st and 22nd, 1970
Recording location(s) Electric Lady Studios
First live performance July 30th, 1970
Last live performance September 3rd, 1970
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"In From the Storm" (originally known as "Tune X: Just Came In")[1] is a song by Jimi Hendrix, originally from his 1971 album The Cry of Love. The song was written by Hendrix and recorded at Electric Lady Studios on July 21st[1] and 22nd, 1970[2][3] with Mitch Mitchell on drums, Billy Cox on bass and Emeretta Marks on backing vocals.[4]








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  1. 1.0 1.1 July 21, 1970. The Jimi Hendrix Encyclopedia. Retrieved on June 24th, 2008.
  2. July 22, 1970. The Jimi Hendrix Encyclopedia. Retrieved on June 24th, 2008.
  3. Foley, Randy. Jimi Hendrix Recording Chronology. Retrieved on June 24th, 2008.
  4. Shapiro, Harry; Glebbeek, Caesar [September 17th, 1990] (August 15th, 1995). "Appendix 1: Music, Sweet Music: The Discography", Jimi Hendrix: Electric Gypsy, 2nd Edition, New York: St. Martin's Griffin, p. 538. ISBN 978-0-312-13062-6.
  5. Song: Storm - His Name is Alive. Second Hand Songs. Retrieved on June 29th, 2008.




First Rays of the New Rising Sun

1. "Freedom" • 2. "Izabella" • 3. "Night Bird Flying" • 4. "Angel" • 5. "Room Full of Mirrors" • 6. "Dolly Dagger" • 7. "Ezy Ryder" 8. "Drifting" • 9. "Beginnings" • 10. "Stepping Stone" • 11. "My Friend" 12. "Straight Ahead" • 13. "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)" 14. "Earth Blues" • 15. "Astro Man" • 16. "In From the Storm" • 17. "Belly Button Window"

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