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April 10th, 1967

The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the BBC Playhouse Theatre on Northumberland Avenue in the City of Westminster, London. This made-for-live-radio performance was broadcast on the Monday Monday radio program. Unfortunately no recordings are known to exist for this performance.

Set List: Purple Haze // Foxey Lady

April 10th, 1967

Returning to Olympic Studios, Manager Chas Chandler guided The Experience back through the April 4th recordings of "Third Stone From The Sun."

The session featured two non-musical tracks called described on the tape boxes as "Wild Chat" and "Noises" which featured Hendrix and Chandler talking through a variety of science fiction inspired passages. "Noises" featured Hendrix talking about the markings that Engineer George Chkiantz had made on the tape boxes that evening.

Several segments of these recordings, including the classic, "and you'll never hear surf music again..." were incorporated into the final mix of "Third Stone From The Sun."

Tape Log: Third Stone From The Sun // Wild Chat // Noises