Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix (1942–1970) was an American rock guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and producer who released three 1967–68 albums on Track–Reprise with his London-based power-trio The Experience, followed by the 1970 live release Band of Gypsys. Early Life He was born Johnny Allen Hendrix on November 27, 1942, in Seattle, to James Allen “Al” Hendrix (1991–2002) and […]

The Electric Flag

The Electric Flag was an American brass-rock band that debuted with a soundtrack recording for the 1967 counterculture film The Trip, followed by two albums on Columbia in 1968 and a third studio release on Atlantic in 1974. Members: Nick Gravenites (vocals, guitar), Buddy Miles (drums, percussion), Mike Bloomfield (guitar, percussion, 1967-68, 1974), Barry Goldberg […]

Buddy Miles – Bicentennial Gathering of the Tribes (1976)

Bicentennial Gathering of the Tribes is the eighth solo studio album by American funk/rock drummer Buddy Miles, released in 1976 on Casablanca. Tracklist: A1. “Now’s the Time (You Got to Be Real)” (3:43) A2. “Where You Gonna Run to Lady” (3:45) A3. “Inflation” (4:41) A4. “I’ve Got to Be Me” (4:35) B1. “Grecian Lady” (3:27) […]

John McLaughlin ‎– Devotion (1970)

Devotion is the second solo album by English jazz-rock guitarist John McLaughlin, released in 1970 on Douglas Music. Tracklist: A1. “Devotion” (11:250 A2. “Dragon Song” (4:13) B1. “Marbles” (4:05) B2. “Siren” (5:55) B3. “Don’t Let the Dragon Eat Your Mother” (5:18) B4. “Purpose of When” (4:45) Credits: John McLaughlin — guitar, writer Buddy Miles — drums, […]

Buddy Miles

Buddy Miles (Sept. 5, 1947 — Feb. 26, 2008) was an American drummer, singer, producer, and songwriter from Omaha, Neb., who released four albums on Mercury in 1970/71, followed by another four on Columbia in 1972–74 and two further titles on Casablanca in 1975/76. Discography: Them Changes (1970) We Got to Live Together (1970) A […]