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January 11, 1967

Looking to get something new to market following their debut “Hey Joe,” Chas Chandler brought The Experience to DeLane Lea Studios in London to commence work on their next songs. This session included the basic track for “Purple Haze,” which was recorded in merely four hours. Additional recordings including “The Wind Cries Mary,” “51st Anniversary,” “The Wind Cries Mary” and “Burning Of The Midnight Lamp” were also completed.

Tape Log: Purple Haze // 51st Anniversary // Third Stone From The Sun // Fire // The Wind Cries Mary

1967 51st Anniversary De Lane Lea Studios January January 11 London Purple Haze Recording Studio Recordings The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp The Wind Cries Mary United Kingdom

February 20, 1967

The Experience head back to De Lane Lea Studios to continue work on their debut album. Recordings this evening focused on “I Don’t Live Today,” and by the session’s end, Chas Chandler had a working master in hand.
Tape Log: I Don’t Live Today

1967 De Lane Lea Studios February February 20 London Recording Studio Recordings United Kingdom

March 01, 1967

Back at De Lane Lea Studios, The Experience worked on “Like A Rolling Stone” but struggled to record something that everyone liked.
Tape Log: Like A Rolling Stone

1967 Studio Recordings De Lane Lea Studios London March March 1 Recording the experience United Kingdom

March 29, 1967

The Experience returned to De Lane Lea Studios in London to focus attention on “Manic Depression.” In between takes of “Manic Depression,” Hendrix lead the band through an instrumental take of Michel Polnareff’s popular 1966 single, “La Poupée qui Fait Non.”
Tape Log: Manic Depression // La Poupée qui Fait Non

1967 De Lane Lea Studios London March March 29 Recording Studio Recordings the experience United Kingdom