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Popular TagsLong Hot Summer Night Linda McCartney billy cox Record Plant Mitch Mitchell Freedom Mitch Noel Untitled Jam Jam 292 Horn & Piano Jam Sharon Layne
August 07th, 1968
A mid-day session at the Record Plant yields some additional mixes of “Long Hot Summer Night,” none of which are tagged as a final version.
Linda McCartney photographs the Experience in New York’s Central Park. Several small children are gathered and hang-out with Jimi, Mitch, and Noel on the Alice In Wonderland statue in the heart of Park. Hendrix later chooses these photographs for the cover of the forthcoming Electric Ladyland double-LP.
May 14th, 1969
Record Plant, New York
2) Jam 292
3) Untitled Jam
4) Horn & Piano Jam
Backed by Mitch Mitchell, bassist Billy Cox, and organist Sharon Layne, Jimi recorded “Jam 292”, which was later posthumously issued as part of Jimi Hendrix :Blues. Later that evening, the group was joined by an unnamed trumpet player who contributed to series of untitled instrumental jams before the session concluded.