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Recording

February 02nd, 1970

Juggy Sound, New York
Studio Recording

Mixing sessions for Band Of Gypsys resumed. Before the evening session began, Hendrix engaged in a jam session with the Rosicrucians, a Queens-based group whose album Eddie Kramer had been producing at the studio. Two separate recordings were made before Hendrix concluded the jam.

Recording

February 05th, 1970

Juggy Sound, New York
Studio Recording

In the early morning hours of February 5, Jimi returned to Juggy Sound as mixing sessions for Band Of Gypsys continued. By this stage, final mixes for “Who Knows” and “Machine Gun” had been crafted and set aside. Hendrix had completed the album’s first side and now focused his energies on completing side two. Among the songs mixed by Hendrix and Kramer but not selected for the album were “Stone Free” [1/1/70 2nd Show] and “Hear My Train A Comin’” [12/31/69 1st Show]

Recording

February 11th, 1970

Record Plant, New York
Studio Recording

A mixing session dedicated to the Band Of Gypsys studio recording of “Izabella.”

Recording

February 11th, 1970

During a mixing session for Band Of Gypsys at the Record Plant, Dave Ragno and Bob Hughes joined Hendrix for the completion of a rough mix of "Izabella."
Recording

February 15th, 1970

Juggy Sound, New York
Studio Recording

Hendrix and Eddie Kramer continued final editing and mixing of the Band Of Gypsys album at Juggy Sound.

Record Plant, New York
Studio Recording

Following his session at Juggy, Hendrix went to the Record Plant where a master mix for “Sky Blues Today” was achieved during this Record Plant. This master, later retitled “Stepping Stone” by the guitarist, was coupled with February 12 master of “Izabella” and would be released on April 13, 1970 as a Reprise Records single.