Jimi Hendrix Encyclopedia
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January 15th, 1968
The second Experience album, Axis: Bold As Love, (Reprise Records, RS 6281) is released in America.
January 16th, 1968
Magistrate Gunnel Ohslund presides over Hendrix’s hearing at Gothenburg Municipal Court. Hendrix is found guilty of causing damage to the hotel room and fined 8,918 Swedish kronar.
January 20th, 1968
The band is photographed for Top Pop magazine.
Under the direction of Paul McCartney, Hendrix records tracks for the self-titled, McGough and McGear (EMI Parlophone, PCS 7047, 1968) album at DeLane Lea Studios.
January 21st, 1968
The Experience returns to Olympic Studios to record “All Along The Watchtower,” which features Dave Mason on 12-string acoustic guitar and Brian Jones on percussion. The session started with Jones contributing on piano, but these recordings were not released.
January 26th, 1968
The band records “Tax Free” and “Little One” at Olympic Studios.