Jimi Hendrix & John McLaughlin playing together March 25, 1969 Record Plant, New York, NY on #neuguitars #blog #JimiHendrix #JohnMcLaughlin

March 25, 1969 Record Plant, New York, NY

Jimi Hendrix – guitar

John McLaughlin – guitar

Dave Holland – bass

Buddy Miles – drums

1 – Drivin’ South Jam 0:00

2 – Everything’s Gonna Be Alright Jam 12:12

“In 1969, guitarist John McLaughlin, who had just signed with Alan Douglas, began working at the Record Plant on the album ‘Devotion’. Joining JM on the album were Buddy Miles on drums and Larry Young on Keyboards. While this album was being recorded in the Record Plant’s lower level, Hendrix worked in the studio upstairs. On one fortunate occasion, the two guitarists met. A few days after his arrival in the US, JM recorded with Miles Davis for his 1969 album ‘In a Silent Way’. He later jammed with Hendrix at NY’s Record Plant, where Hendrix was playing with Buddy Miles, bassist Roland Robinson, and guitarist Jim McCarty (of BM Express). At the request of Mitch Mitchell, JM went to the Record Plant with the intention of jamming with Hendrix, not recording.” -extracted from “Black Gold: The Lost Archives of Jimi Hendrix”