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Recording

February 03rd, 1967

Tape Log: Purple Haze The studio sessions on February 3rd marked The Experience's first foray into Olympic Studios and their first time working with engineer Eddie Kramer. This initial session saw Hendrix return to the January 11th masters for "Purple Haze" to record some additional overdubs. This initial "Purple Haze" session at Olympic foreshadowed just how creative and cutting edge the team of Hendrix, Chas Chandler and Eddie Kramer would become in the months that followed. This recording session also marked one one of the first times that Hendrix recorded in the studio with Roger Mayer's experimental Octavia effects pedal.
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February 05th, 1967

Jimi Hendrix attends The Cream concert at the Saville Theatre.
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February 13th, 1967

The Jimi Hendrix Experience record a series of songs for the BBC's Saturday Club radio program at the BBC Broadcasting House in Marylebone. The recordings were first broadcast on February 18 along with a short interview with Jimi Hendrix done by DJ Brian Matthew. These recordings have subsequently been released as part of The Jimi Hendrix Experience: BBC Sessions
Set List: Foxey Lady [2 takes] // Stone Free // Hey Joe // Love Or Confusion
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February 20th, 1967

The Experience head back to De Lane Lea Studios to continue work on their debut album. Recordings this evening focused on "I Don't Live Today," and by the session's end, Chas Chandler had a working master in hand.
Tape Log: I Don't Live Today
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February 22nd, 1967

The Experience are invited to the BBC Studios to perform "Hey Joe" live on the program Parade Of The Pops.
Set List: Hey Joe