London, England - Re-transmission of Day Tripper, Spanish Castle Magic, Getting My Heart Back Together Again, and Wait Until Tomorrow during the BBC Radio 1 program ‘Top Gear’ (between 14.00 and 16.00).

New York City - Transmission of a program (between “midnight to 5 am”) by radio station ‘Realrock’ (105.9 FM) advertised as “This week: Jimi Hendrix & Mike Bloomfield - on tape.” Most likely the JH item included an interview, taped during the press reception at the “Copter Club” in the Pan Am Building, Manhattan, New York City, on 30 January 1968.

Photo by Baron Wolman.

San Francisco, Winterland, 2000 Post Street, CA, USA.
Concert (two shows).
Support: Albert King; John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers; Big Brother And The Holding Company.
Buddy Miles played drums on ‘Dear Mr. Fantasy’
Lights: Holy See
Promoter: Bill Graham

Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1968, first showFillmore Auditorium San Francisco Feb. 3 1968(3), 2nd showFillmore Auditorium San Francisco, Feb. 1st 1968(2)

I saw Jimi with The Soft Machine at Winterland. I came into the venue as dozens of multi-coloured balloons came down from the ceiling. I kicked one of them to the stage and Jimi kicked it back at the crowd. It was a special moment, as was the show that night. Everyone’s jaw dropped. It was standing room only and I worked my way to the front. I was captivated by his presence and showmanship. It’s a night I’ll never forget, fuelled by some of the best LSD around. I couldn’t go home that night, since I still lived with my parents and was too high to deal with the re-entry. I opted to sleep on the beach. It was cold but magical, as was the show.