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March 04, 1968

Redding and Mitch Mitchell fly to Nassau (The Bahamas), while Hendrix returns to New York. In the evening, he jams with Eric Clapton at The Scene Club.

Band Eric Clapton Mitch Mitchell Redding the scene club

March 06, 1968

Mitchell and Redding return to New York. Hendrix jams with The Hollies at The Scene Club.

Mitchell Personal Redding The Hollies the scene club

April 23, 1968

Redding’s four-hour sessions at The Record Plant resulted in the addition of additional acoustic guitars to “Little Miss Strange.”

Little Miss Strange Recording Redding the Record Plant

April 28, 1968

Hendrix and Mitchell record 41 takes of “Gypsys Eyes” at The Record Plant. Later that night Redding prepares a rough mix of “Little Miss Strange” and also additional rhythm parts onto the April 20th master tape of “Little Miss Strange.”

Gypsys Eyes Little Miss Strange Recording Redding the Record Plant

June 07, 1968

Hendrix, Mitchell and Redding travel from London to New York City.

Hendrix Mitchell Personal Redding

June 12, 1968

Redding and Mitchell travel to Majorca, Spain with Kathy Etchingham, Angie Burdon, Gerry Stickles, and Neil Landon.

Angie Burdon Gerry Stickles Kathy Etchingham Majorca Mitchell Neil Landon Personal Redding Spain

October 04, 1968

Mitchell and Redding travel to Honolulu where they meet up with Hendrix.

Hendrix Honolulu Mitchell Personal Redding

March 23, 1970

Hendrix joined his former bassist to add guitar to Redding’s own “My Friend.” The song remains unreleased however, as despite his best efforts, Redding’s self-financed project never saw commercial release.

My Friend Recording Redding

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