(Classic Rock) One of Jimi Hendrix’s earliest recordings has been streamed ahead of an album containing his work with Curtis Knight & The Squires. Station Break is an instrumental piece, recorded in 1965 before the axe icon established his place in musical history.
It’s taken from You Can’t Use My Name: The RSVO/PPX Sessions, which is released on March 24. Veteran engineer Eddie Kramer cleaned up the original tapes, saying: “We’ve taken every performance as far back as we could do in terms of source, stripped them back, remixed them and made the best representation of these recordings.”
Hendrix said in 1967 of his time with Knight: “I was a backing musician playing guitar. I was always kept in the background – but I was thinking all the time about what I wanted to do.”
Q Force Monkey
Latest posts by Q Force Monkey (see all)
- Nursing Home Employee Arrested For Giving a Lap Dance to a 100-Year-Old - February 23, 2017
- Eddie Van Halen Donates his Personal Guitars to Low-Income Schools’ Music Programs - February 23, 2017
- A 90 second Action Movie Shootout . . . Starring Just One Guy - February 22, 2017