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January 21st, 1970

Another marathon session at the Record Plant took place on this night with fourteen takes of "Power Of Soul" (still referred under the working title of "Crash Landing") put to tape, and although takes 2, 4, and 6 were complete, no master track was flagged. Hendrix the introduced six takes of "Astro Man" before closing the session with one uneventful take of "Valleys Of Neptune."

In 1974, Alan Douglas pulled the fourth (and complete) take of "Power Of Soul" and included it on the dismal collection Crash Landing (Reprise Records, MS 2204) albeit remixed and overdubbed with percussion by Jimmy Maeulen and subsequently retitled as "With The Power."

The January 21 issue of Variety magazine announces the upcoming Isle Of Wight Festival of Music - a five-day musical extravaganza slated for August 30 on the small island off the south coast of England. Of the event, Variety explains, "the first two days will be a film fest. It is hoped to premier a couple of films of the Easy Rider genre. The remainder will be a conventional progressive pop bash with about 30 acts taking part. Policy is to not book more than two big names as crowd pullers as they tend to overshadow other acts. No bookings have yet been made."