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    1966-04-15 Atlantic Studios? New York City, NY

    Friday 15 April 1966
    New York City, Atlantic Studios? New York City, NY

    King Curtis (with unknown personnel) records "How About You", "Doctor Of Love", "Frog Leg", "The Train" & "He'll Have To Go". Only "He'll Have To Go" from this session has been released on the 45 "Dancing In The Streets / He'll Have To Go" Atco (45-6429), the other tracks remain unreleased.
    Unknown if Hendrix participated.
    15 LIFE magazine letters are nearly all pro/con LSD, including ones from Allen Ginsberg and Ralph Metzner, who highlight the horrific sentencing of Tim Leary - 20 years for a couple of joints worth of grass.
    Mitch was with Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames, UK
    Noel was in the UK playing gigs in a band with Neil Landon

    15 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    15 Bob Dylan & the Hawks. Brisbane, Festival Hall, Queensland, Australia
    16 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    16 Bob Dylan & the Hawks. Sydney Stadium x 2, New South Wales, Australia
    17 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    18 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    19 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    20 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    20 Bob Dylan & the Hawks. Melbourne, Festival Hall, Australia
    21 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    22 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    22 Bob Dylan & the Hawks. Adelaide, Palais Royale, Australia
    23 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    23 Bob Dylan & the Hawks. Perth, Capitol Theatre, Australia
    24 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    25 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    26 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    27 Hendrix, likely New York City or thereabout
    Last edited by stplsd; 12-02-16 at 10:29 AM.
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