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Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. The song was released in August as the group's fourth single in the United Kingdom and later included on the British edition of their compilation, Smash Hits. In the United States, it first appeared on Electric Ladyland Work on "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" began in May , when the band recorded four demo takes of the skeletal song at London's Olympic Sound Studios during writing and recording sessions for Axis: Hendrix commentators Harry Shapiro and Caesar Glebbeek have described "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" as "introspective and melancholy",  and quote Hendrix as offering the following insight into the inspiration behind the song:.
There are some very personal things in there.
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But I think everyone can understand the feeling when you're travelling that no matter what your address there is no place you can call home. The feeling of a man in a little old house in the middle of a desert where he is burning the midnight lamp The house in the desert becomes a metaphor for Jimi's own suffocating frustration at failing to produce the song he wanted in the studio, failing to communicate or being a victim of failed understanding. The time for reflection on the plane leads Jimi to consider the downside of being the electric gypsy: But Jimi keeps his own flame of love — ultimately the lamp is a beacon.
Jimi calls out to anyone who cares to listen. Speaking about the musical content of the song, Shapiro and Glebbeek note that "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" features Hendrix playing a harpsichord in the intro, which the musician states "just came to [him]", joking that he "can't play no piano or harpsichord, [he] just picked out different little notes and started from there".