A new posthumous Jimi Hendrix album, "People, Hell and Angels," is due out before the end of the year according to his sister Janie Hendrix, who runs the family-owned Experience Hendrix label. Speaking to a Seattle radio station, Janie said that the 12-songs set found her brother " trying to create this new sound. He told my dad, 'You're going to be doubly proud of me.' He was bringing all these instruments like he did at Woodstock. The way he was describing it in 1969 was what Earth Wind & Fire became. That's what we would have had: richer, bigger bands with more sounds and more cultures. There would have been a definite evolution." Janie said some of the songs on the album were eventually released, but "People, Hell and Angels" will feature different versions of them. Also due from the Hendrix vault soon are two concert movies, including one from the Miami Pop festival that Janie said is "pristine" and has never been seen by the public.