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Recording

May 13th, 1969

Record Plant, New York
Studio Recording

1) Keep On Groovin’
2) Jam Session
3) Solo Demos

A long evening dedicated solely to jamming. Jimi was joined by bassist Billy Cox, organist Sharon Layne, an unnamed percussionist, and a second guitarist known only as Sean.

Recording

May 14th, 1969

Record Plant, New York
Studio Recording

1) Freedom
2) Jam 292
3) Untitled Jam
4) Horn & Piano Jam

Backed by Mitch Mitchell, bassist Billy Cox, and organist Sharon Layne, Jimi recorded “Jam 292”, which was later posthumously issued as part of Jimi Hendrix :Blues. Later that evening, the group was joined by an unnamed trumpet player who contributed to series of untitled instrumental jams before the session concluded.