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February 04th, 1967

The Experience perform their second show of the day, this time at The Flamingo on Wardour Street in London.
Set List: Killing Floor // Have Mercy On Me Baby // Can You See Me // Like A Rolling Stone // Rock Me Baby // Catfish Blues // Stone Free // Hey Joe // Wild Thing
Live

February 04th, 1967

The Experience perform two shows on this night, the first of which was done at The Ram Jam Club.
Band

February 14th, 1967

Following their gig at The Civic Hall in Essex, The Experience attend the "Valentine's Day Massacre" at The Speakeasy. While at The Speakeasy, Jimi Hendrix jams with Skip Allen, drummer for The Pretty Things.
Live

February 19th, 1967

The Experience perform at the Blarney Club on Tottenham Court Road in London. UFO Club was founded by John Hopkins and Joe Coyd in an Irish dance hall called the "Blarney Club" in the basement of 31 Totenham Court Road. After its opening in December 23, 1966, the club gained considerable recognition as 'ground zero' for the underground movement and the first psychedelic nightclub in England. It regularly played host to bands like Pink Floyd.
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February 22nd, 1967

The Experience attend a press reception for Soft Machine. The reception was hosted by Chas Chandler who produced the band's first single "Live Makes Sweet Music," which was just recently released.