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    1967-03-02 "Beat Club" - The Marquee Club, Waldour Street, London, England

    Thursday, March 2nd, 1967
    The Marquee Club, Waldour Street, London, England


    1. Hey Joe
    2. Purple Haze
    3. Purple Haze
    4. Hey Joe
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    Re: 1967-03-02 The Marquee Club, Waldour Street, London, England


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    Re: 1967-03-02 The Marquee Club, Waldour Street, London, England

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    kinda hear to read but Jimi Hendrix is listed in the right column...#27 down.
    because the list is mostly alphabetical the date on the left column doesn't quite match up to
    March 2 1967

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    Re: 1967-03-02 The Marquee Club, Waldour Street, London, England

    Should read Wardour Street...

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    Re: 1967-03-02 The Marquee Club, Waldour Street, London, England

    Thursday 02 March 1967
    London W1, The Marquee, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, England. JHE
    Two songs wth introductions by DJ followed by repeat. Live B&W TV recording for Radio Bremen’s TV show ‘Beat-Club’. UK Broadcast on 11 March. Broadcast in several other European countries.
    With: The Who; Geno Washington And The Ram Jam Band; Cliff Bennet And The Rebel Rousers and The Smoke
    ‘Hussars’ jacket; ‘Gypsy’ waistcoat; black satin shirt; red & black neckerchief; the 3 rings; red velvet suit trousers; sunburst/rose strat w. ‘cowboy’ strap; fuzz face.
    Colour photos by Bob Baker
    Presenter: Dave Lee ‘Hairy Monster’ Travis [an obnoxious oaf, who makes insulting comments during rehearsal. A Radio Caroline pirate DJ, later Radio 1. Incidentally wearing a fringed suede jacket very similar to the one Jimi would wear in 1968]
    Rehearsal songs:

    Hey Joe (10) (Billy Roberts)
    Purple Haze (7)

    Broadcast songs:

    Hey Joe (11) (Billy Roberts)
    Purple Haze (8)

    Thursday 2 March 1967
    Street photos

    Cape; ‘Hussars’ jacket; ‘Gypsy’ waistcoat; black satin shirt; red & black neckerchief; red needle cords?

    Thursday 2 March 1967
    Anim photos

    Red velvet suit; ‘gypsy’ waistcoat; black satin shirt; red & black neckerchief L&R pinky rings + new large metal ring; sunburst/rose strat w. ‘cowboy’ strap.

    Thursday 2 March 1967
    UK
    DISC & MUSIC ECHO (page?) Top 50:
    09-23-35. Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix (last entry)

    Thursday 2 March 1967
    UK
    MELODY MAKER (page?) [small B&W photo portrait. ‘● JimiHendrix’] “JIMI HENDRIX RETURNS FOR SINGLE RELEASE” The Jimi Hendrix Experience return from trips to Paris, Germany, Belgium and Holland on March 19 to concide with the release of their new single “Purple Haze” written by Jimi Hendrix and released March 17. The single was scheduled for release on Good Friday (March 24) but was brought forward one week becuse of the Easter holiday period. The first Jimi Hendrix Experience LP, “Are You Experienced” was finished yesterday (Wednesday) and will either be released March 17 with the single “Purple Haze”, or a few weeks later. All the tracks have been written by Jimi.
    (Page?) ‘The Raver’s Weekly Tonic’ The Jimi Hendrix Experience play the gnome game: “Oh Gnome Not My Baby”, “Green, Green Grass Of Gnome”, “You’ll Never Walk Agnome”, “Nobody’s Gnome The Troubles I’ve Seen”, “You Don’t Gnome Like I Gnome”.
    (Page?) [B&W ad] ‘Ricky Tick’. Aylesbury Assembly Hall. Jimi Hendrix. Tueday March 28th
    RICKY TICK
    RICKY TICK, WINDSOR
    1a High Street, Hounslow (Opp. Bus Station)
    Friday, March 3rd THE VAGABONDS
    RICKY TICK, HOUNSLOW
    Friday, 3rd
    Sunday, 5th
    Wednesday, 8th DISCS
    Saturday, 4th, GENO WASHINGTON & THE RAM JAM BAND
    Friday, 10th CLIFF BENNET
    SOUTHAMPTON GUILD HALL
    Thursday March, 23rd JIMI HENDRIX
    AYLESBURY ASSEMBLY HALL
    JIMI HENDRIX Tuesday, March 28th
    R. T. Printers Hudson 0847
    (Page?) Melody Maker’s Pop 50:
    09-21-29. Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix

    Thursday 2 March 1967
    UK
    RECORD MIRROR (page?) [Letters page] JIMI REPLY RE those comments about Jimi Hendrix — we'd like to say that if your reader ever saw Jimi's stage act he would have to admit that it is far in advance of that of the Beach Boys' rather tame and dated performance. We agree that the Beach Boys, etc., can sing better than Jimi but for that matter so can Harry Secombe. How anyone can say that the Seasons and Jan and Dean are streets ahead of the British scene is beyond us, because they are still pumping out the same old material as they did three years ago. — Yours Disgustedly, The End, Brentwood, Essex.
    (Page?) ‘Britain’s Top 50, National Chart Complied by the Record Retailer’:
    10-23-27. Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix

    Thursday 2 March 1967
    UK
    SOUTHEND STANDARD (page?) ‘Every Ounce Of Energy’ by Richard Baker [Review: 26 February]: “Mantovani is obviously more popular in Southend than Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich. Tickets for the Mantovani concert at the Cliffs Pavilion sold out a few days ago but the Dave Dee show on Sunday was pretty sparsely attended. This did not prevent the group giving every ounce of their energies to their young fans. Dave Dee, as if determined to be mobbed, came down into the audience and the whole stage show was colourful and exciting. Jimi Hendrix, whom the rest of the audience had come to see, manipulated his guitar rather than played it. Dressed in orange velvet, he threw the instrument over the rest of the equipment, played it behind his back, between his legs and with his tongue! At the end of his act, as if in contempt of the whole business, he kicked over the amplifiers and walked off stage! Peter Murray compered the show very slickly, giving the whole proceedings a really professional air. The bill was completed by The Koobas, who featured a vaudeville version of “Sally,” The Nashville Teens and local group Force Five.

    Friday 3 March 1967
    UK
    NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS (page?) Top 30 [Hendrix off chart]

    For photos etc. see:
    http://jimihendrix-lifelines.net/pho...-84/index.html
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