In the Summer of 1969 Jimi Hendrix could see the end of his band, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, in sight. At that time he called his old friend Billy Cox in Nashville. He flew Billy to New York in the late Summer and they went pretty much from the airport to the studio where they jammed, worked on new material and strived to see if they still had their musical chops together. They did, and history was made and a new step in the development of Jimi's music began.

These rare images from New York's Record Plant Studios were taken by the late Willis Hogan. As with the Shokan House photos, thanks to Billy Cox for pointing me in the direction of Hogan and to my friend and collector extraordinare Bill Nitopi for the legwork in tracking him down and aquiring these images.

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