Photographer Gunter Zint arranges for a Press Reception to greet The Experience when they arrive in Hamburg.
The Experience fly from London, England to Hamburg, Germany.
The Experience returned to De Lane Lea Studios in London to focus attention on “Manic Depression.” In between takes of “Manic Depression,” Hendrix lead the band through an instrumental take of Michel Polnareff’s popular 1966 single, “La Poupée qui Fait Non.”
The Experience are photographed at Jimi’s new London apartments (43 Upper Berkeley Street).
The Experience fly from Hamburg to Luxembourg.
The Experience complete a final photo session in Hamburg before flying to Luxembourg.
Prior to heading back to London, The Experience participate in a photo session near Rembrandt Square in Amsterdam.
In the afternoon, The Experience head to Hilversum to conduct rehearsals for their forthcoming appearance on Fanclub, which is scheduled to air live on national television. During the rehearsals, it is suggested that Hendrix mime the live performance because they are playing so loud that it knocked plaster off the ceiling in the studio below their rehearsal space.
While The Experience are traveling by taxi from Hotel Schiller to Bellevue TV Studios, Jimi Hendrix is interviewed by Peter Schreder for Hitweek.