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Recording

December 12th, 1968

Wembley Studios
London, England

Yer Blues

Mitch Mitchell joined John Lennon, Keith Richards, and Eric Clapton to take part in the Rolling Stones Great Rock & Roll Circus television special. The group, which Lennon dubbed the Dirty Mac, performed a version of “Yer Blues”.

This legendary recording remained unreleased for more than two decades before ABKCO Records released the program on CD and home video.

Recording

January 05th, 1969

January 5-6, 1969

Polydor Studios
London, England

It is believed that Hendrix contributed a lead guitar overdub to the Eire Apparent’s “Rock ‘n’ Roll Band” on either the 5th or 6th of January. The engineer for the session was Carlos Olms.

Recording

February 14th, 1969

Olympic Studios
London, England

Midnight Lightning

Recording

February 16th, 1969

Olympic Studios
London, England

Slow (Ezy Ryder)
Room Full Of Mirrors
Shame, Shame, Shame
Crying Blue Rain
Tax Free
Sunshine Of Your Love
Here He Comes (Lover Man)

Recording

February 17th, 1969

Olympic Studios
London, England

Fire
I Don’t Live Today
Spanish Castle Magic
Hear My Train A Comin’
Lover Man
Red House

The Experience recorded an inspired rehearsal for their February 18 Albert Hall performance on this night. Two recordings from this session, “Spanish Castle Magic” and “Hear My Train A Comin’” were highlights of the Jimi Hendrix Experience box set.