Vinyl LP pressing. Archive release featuring early recordings of Jimi Hendrix when he was a member of Curtis Knight and the Squires. You Can't Use My Name: Curtis Knight & The Squires (featuring Jimi Hendrix) The RSVP/PPX Sessions' title is a play on the decades-long battle Hendrix's management-first Animals bassist Chas Chandler, then his own estate-faced in order to end a 1965 contract the guitarist signed with PPX Records to be Knight's sideman. After the Jimi Hendrix Experience released Are You Experienced?, PPX released Hendrix's Knight-era tracks as an album. Another album, Got That Feeling, was planned for the U.K. in 1968 before the courts barred the release. The battle of the Knight tapes raged on for decades until July 2014, when Experience Hendrix and Sony Legacy acquired the rights of 88 studio recordings Hendrix made with Curtis Knight and the Squires between 1965 and 1967.
How Would You Feel
Gotta Have a New Dress
Don't Accuse Me
Fool for You Baby
No Such Animal
Knock Yourself Out [Flying on Instruments]
You Don't Want Me
You Can't Use My Name
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