As we get closer to the March 9 release of Both Sides of the Sky, a collection of previously unreleased studio recordings by Jimi Hendrix, a new song from the set is currently streaming.

Titled ‘Lover Man,’ this recording of the Hendrix original was recorded with the Band of Gypsys, i.e., Billy Cox on bass and drummer Buddy Miles. Recorded at The Record Plant in New York in December 1969, ‘Lover Man’ would precede the 1970 release of the legendary Band of Gypsys live album, recorded with the same musicians.

Both Sides of the Sky is the third in a trilogy of Hendrix releases that also included 2010’s Valleys of Neptune and 2013’s People, Hell and Angels. The thirteen-song collection includes ten previously unreleased recordings and features guests like Stephens Stills (on a cover of Joni Mitchell’s ‘Woodstock,’ as well as the original ‘$20 Fine’), legendary blues guitarist Johnny Winter (on a version of Guitar Slim’s ‘Things I Used to Do’) and singer and saxophonist Lonnie Youngblood.

There have already been two songs released from the album before this – ‘Mannish Boy’ - a cover of the Muddy Waters classic and a studio recording of the live Hendrix favorite ‘Hear My Train A Comin.’

Both Sides of the Sky releases on March 9. For more information on the album, go here.