Ref.: Klondyke Records KR 26
Musicians: Jimi with B.B. King on guitar and vocals, Elvin Bishop on guitar and vocals, Paul Butterfield on harmonica, Al Kooper on organ, Buzzy Feiten on bass, Don Martin on guitar, Phillip Wilson on drums and Stewart (surname unknown) on piano
Cover Photo © Baron Wolman (www.baronwolman.com
(1) Live Bootleg [inc]
3. Like A Rolling Stone info
4. Band Intro by BB King info
8. It's My Own Fault info
Band Name: jimi
Venue: Generation Club
City, State: New York City, NY
Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues*,
Like A Rolling Stone,
Intro By B.B. King,
It's My Own Fault
Posted By: myoho
Unknown Band Name:
Jimi Hendrix (guitar & vocals),
B.B. King (guitar & vocals),
Elvin Bishop (guitar),
Buzzy Feiten (bass),
Paul Butterfield (harmonica),
Al Kooper (organ)
Philip Wilson (drums),
Stuart ? (piano),
Don Martin (guitar).
Exact date uncertain.
*=Jimi not playing on this track.
April 15, 1968
Jimi Hendrix - Jam Session
Generation Club, New York City, New York
52 West 8th Street, New York
1. Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues In "A"
2. Kooper's Shuffle In "G"
3. Like A Rolling Stone
4. Instrumental Jam*
5. Intro By B.B. King
6. Slow Blues
7. Fast Blues
8. It's My Own Fault
Tracks 1 - 8 : Soundboard, 80.00 minutes, Excellent
From Plug Your Ears:
Monday, April 15, 1968?
Generation Club, 52 West 8th Street, New York, NY
1 jams I,II
2 Like A Rolling Stone
4 jams III,IV It's My Own Fault
Jimi with B.B. King on guitar and vocals, Elvin Bishop on guitar and vocals,
Paul Butterfield on harmonica, Al Kooper on organ, Buzzy Feiten on bass,
Don Martin on guitar, Phillip Wilson ondrums and Stewart (surname unknown)
on piano, private recording from reels 3 and 4; 120 minutes, excellent quality (1-4)
Straight from the CD "Jimi Hendrix and BB King - The King's Jam" on Klondyke records at 128/44
The King's Jam
Jimi Hendrix with BB King and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band
(recorded 4/68 at Generation Club, NYC)
Paul Butterfield wails on harp! Also has Al Kooper on organ. Jimi and BB
hold back - virtually no interplay between them. This is NOT the same as
Blues at Midnight. I personally did not care for it - but someone who was
both a hard core Jimi & BB fan might want to hear them on the same stage.
The sound quality is pretty good.
04-04-69: Generation Club, Greenwich Village, NYC w/ B.B. King, Buddy Guy mourning the death of Martin Luther King.)