14 FEBRUARY • WEDNESDAY

District Judge Charles Metzner issues an order blocking Capitol Records from selling Get That Feeling until a trial is held.

London W1, “Empire Room”, Tottenham Court Road - Leslie Perrin accepts Jimi Hendrix’s Top Musician (World) award from Disc and Music Echo magazine on his behalf.

Denver, Colorado - TV interview with Jimi.

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Regis College Field House, 3333 Regis Boulevard [the poster mentions 59th & Lowell], Denver, CO, USA.
Concert at 20:30. at this Jesuit College
Support: Soft Machine with The Mark Boyle Sensual Laboratory light show.
Promoter: Feyline Productions (Barry Fey of ‘Family Dog’ & Joel Brandes [later manager of ‘War’]).
Audience: 4,700 (sold out)
Tickets: Fey: “$3.00” ("read: ‘Jim Hendricks’")

Songs played:
Tax Free
Fire
The Wind Cries Mary
Foxy Lady
Spanish Castle Magic
I Don’t Live Today
Purple Haze
Wild Thing

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American Standard was formed in Denver, Colorado during the winter of 1967.

Afterwards, Jimi moved on to the Family Dog venue to jam. 'It was kind of a private party, but anyone who wanted to play got up and played with him, including Tommy Bolin," she remembers. Source

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