Jimi Hendrix Encyclopedia
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March 09th, 1968
Supported by Soft Machine, The Experience play New York State University in Long Island, New York. Included in the evening’s performance are “Red House,” “I Don’t Live Today,” “Purple Haze,” and “Wild Thing.”
March 10th, 1968
The Experience play two shows at the Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. The band is joined by Soft Machine and Mark Boyle’s Sense Laboratory. The first set includes: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” “Hey Joe,” “Foxey lady,” “The Wind Cries Mary,” “Red House,” “Purple Haze,” and “Wild Thing.” The second set, lasting 36-minutes consists of “Killing Floor,” “Foxey Lady,” “The Wind Cries Mary,” “Fire,” “Red House,” “I Don’t Live Today,” “Purple Haze,” and “Wild Thing.”
March 15th, 1968
The Experience and Soft Machine play two sold out at Atwood Hall on the campus of Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Among the songs performed on this night include: “Are You Experienced?,” “Fire,” “Hey Joe,” “Star Spangled Banner,” “Foxey Lady,” “Purple Haze,” and “Wild Thing.”
Jack Tubert interviews Hendrix for the Worcester Daily Telegraph for a story published the next day. The band is also interviewed by Tony Palmer for a November 3 BBC broadcast, “All My Loving.”
March 16th, 1968
The Experience, Soft Machine, The Hanseatic League, and Terry and The Telstars perform at Lewiston Armory in Lewiston, Maine.
March 19th, 1968
The Experience, along with Soft Machine, play two shows at the Capitol Theatre in Ottawa, Canada. The first show includes: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” “Fire,” “Foxey Lady,” “Red House,” and “I Don’t Live Today.” The second show features: “Killing Floor,” “Tax Free,” “Red House,” “Foxey Lady,” “Hey Joe,” “Spanish Castle Magic,” “Purple Haze,” and “Wild Thing.”
Hendrix continued to write in his journal regularly and includes this entry about today. “Arrived in Ottawa – Beautiful hotel – Strange people … Beautiful dinner. Talked to Joni Mitchell on the phone – I think I’ll record her tonight with my excellent tape recorder. knock on wood Hmm … can’t find any wood --- everything’s plastic. Beautiful view. Marvelous sound on first show. Good on 2nd. Good recording. Went down to the little club to see Joni – fantastic girl with heaven words – we all go to party – OK.. millions of girls. Listen to tapes and smoked back at hotel.”
Jimi Hendrix is photographed in concert during one of two performance at the Capitol Theatre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on March 19, 1968.
Photo: Ian McLeish / © Authentic Hendrix, LLC