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Also known as Ezy Ryder, Lullaby For The Summer was originally called Slow when the Experience attempted it in February of 1969. This recording from April of that year was recently uncovered.
Over a driving rhythm (and remember, Noel Redding was a week away from exiting the band), Hendrix lays down two contrasting guitar parts that bounce off each other but form a cohesive whole.
The highlight here is his skillful use of the Octavia for his lead guitar. Over a decade before the world ever heard of The Edge, Hendrix was pioneering the ways that guitarists could weave pedal effects into music. An absorbing listen, this work-in-progress.