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    1969-03-18 Record Plant, New York City, New York USA

    Tuesday, March 18th, 1969

    Star Spangled Banner
    Hey Gypsy Boy
    Jimi and I
    Come On (Let The Good Times Roll) *
    Let Me Move You *
    Georgia Blues *
    Jam I *
    Jam II *


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    Jimi Hendrix
    Buddy Miles
    Lonny Youngblood *
    Hank Anderson *
    John Winfield *


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    The Record Plant showed Jimi making use of new 16 track machines. Hey Gypsy Boy is a primitive version of Hey Baby (New Rising Sun).



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    Re: 1969-03-18 Record Plant, New York City, New York USA

    Tuesday 18 March 1969, Record Plant, New York City.
    The Record Plant had recently upgraded to a new Ampex 16 track recorder
    Producer: Jimi Hendrix
    Engineers: Gary Kellgren
    2nd engineer: Dave Ragno

    Jimi solo:
    Star Spangled Banner (John Stafford Smith) (takes 1-2) unreleased
    Star Spangled Banner (John Stafford Smith) (take 3, master, overdubs, some using a variable speed oscillator) (1, 2, 47)
    Jimi-guitar, John Wingfield?-organ & Buddy Miles-drums:
    (Hey) Gypsy Boy (takes 1 - 7) unreleased. JMcD: “Jimi can heard instructing Buddy on the drum pattern.
    (Hey) Gypsy Boy (take 8) (1, 2, 5)* unreleased. JMcD: “All takes were nothing more than simple sketches.”
    Jimi 1, unreleased
    Lonnie Youngblood – vocal & sax, Jimi-guitar, John Wingfield?-organ, Hank Anderson - bass & Jimmy Mayes –drums, [unknown] percussion
    Come On (Let The Good Times Roll) unreleased
    Let Me Move You (takes 1-2) unreleased
    Let Me Move You (Lonnie Youngblood) (take 3, “master”)
    Georgia Blues (aka “Mother, Mother”) (Lonnie Youngblood) - (1, 2)
    Jam I unreleased
    Jam II (takes 1-2) unreleased. JMcD: ”Blues influenced”
    Jam II (take 3) unreleased. JMcD: ”Highlighted for future consideration”

    * ‘Ultimate Hendrix’ says this is the take used for the composite track (2) which appears on Alan Douglas’ ‘Midnight Lightning’ album.
    JMcD: “It was almost entirely created by AD & Tony Bongiovi’s numerous edit repeats and looping of Jimi’s vocal.”
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