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Enero 06th, 1967

The Jimi Hendrix Experience participate in a photo session for Fabulous 208.
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Enero 07th, 1967

Following their performance at the New Century Hall, The Jimi Hendrix Experience visit the Twisted Wheel Club on Brazennose Street in Manchester.
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Enero 09th, 1967

Following his interview with Keith Altham, The Experience participate in a photo session.
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Enero 10th, 1967

Jimi Hendrix writes the lyrics to "The Wind Cries Mary" following an argument with live-in girlfriend Kathy Etchingham.
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Enero 12th, 1967

The Jimi Hendrix Experience appear at Radio London's booth at the International Racing Car show held at the Olympia in London. Their mimed performance is reportedly filmed for Radio London but it never airs. Hendrix later laments about the miming experience in a January 28th interview published in New Musical Express saying, "The one thing I really hate is miming, it's so phony. So far the only thing I was asked to mime was a Radio London appearance and I felt guilty just standing there holding a guitar. If you want to scream and holler at a record you can do that at home, I'm strictly a live performer."