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Recording

March 01st, 1967

Back at De Lane Lea Studios, The Experience worked on "Like A Rolling Stone" but struggled to record something that everyone liked.
Tape Log: Like A Rolling Stone
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March 02nd, 1967

At the Marquee Club, The Experience are filmed performing "Hey Joe" and "Purple Haze" for the German television show Beat Club.
Set List: Hey Joe // Purple Haze
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March 27th, 1967

The Jimi Hendrix Experience record "Purple Haze" for the April 4th episode of the BBC television show Dee Time. Cat Stevens, Kiki Dee, Libby Morris, Mike Newman and Lance Percival are also guests on this episode. Unfortunately, no tapes of this episode remain in the BBC archives.
Set List: Purple Haze
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March 28th, 1967

The Jimi Hendrix Experience appear on the BBC Radio program Saturday Club, performing "Killing Floor," "Fire," and "Purple Haze." This March 28th recording would first broadcast on April 1st. These songs have since been included on the 1998 release of The Jimi Hendrix Experience: BBC Sessions.
Set List: Killing Floor // Fire // Purple Haze
Recording

March 29th, 1967

The Experience returned to De Lane Lea Studios in London to focus attention on "Manic Depression." In between takes of "Manic Depression," Hendrix lead the band through an instrumental take of Michel Polnareff's popular 1966 single, "La Poupée qui Fait Non."
Tape Log: Manic Depression // La Poupée qui Fait Non