A Band of Gypsys and Bad Acid Trips

37 minutes

Following the end of The Experience, Jimi forms a new power trio with Buddy Miles and Billy Cox. Fueled by blues and R&B, Band of Gypsys promises to be an exciting new chapter in Jimi’s growth as an artist. But the personalities of the band members are like oil and water, and Jimi’s manager, Michael Jeffrey, has his own reasons why he wants the trio to tank, even if that means slipping his star performer a tainted tab or two of LSD.

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