Jimi Hendrix has been dead for 43 years, but his music continues to sell at an incredible rate. His new posthumous release People, Hell and Angels old 72,000 records last week, landing at Number Two on the Billboard Hot 100. Many fans are stunned that his vault isn't empty after all these years, but Hendrix worked like a maniac during his brief career and left behind a huge trove of songs. Last week, we asked our readers to vote for their favorite Hendrix song of all time. Click through to see the results.
Hear Readers Favorite Jimi Hendrix Songs
Your picks include "Red House," "Castles Made of Sand" and "Hey Joe"
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