Jimi Hendrix Tried to Record With Paul McCartney and Miles Davis
Validity to this story comes from a telegram that the trio sent to McCartney at the Beatles' Apple Records on October 21, 1969: "We are recording and LP together this weekend in NewYork [sic]," the note starts out according to The Associated Press.
"How about coming in to play bass stop call Alvan Douglas 212-5812212. Peace Jimi Hendrix Miles Davis Tony Williams." Alvan Douglas refer to producer Alan Douglas, but his name is misspelled.
Had the session taken place, it would have been quite a unique collaboration with some of the greatest musicians of that era from different genres. more on this story
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