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The other session of July '67 was on the nth floor of 26 West 78th Street in Manhattan. Jimi's friend myablock consented to overdub the vocals and extra guitar on two new songs which are recorded here, titled "Jumping The Broom" and "You Can't Use My Name" (one of the two songs with the aforementioned picture on its disc label).
The three songs are excellent; the title track of this album is probably the high point, Jimi's guitar licks are amazingly tight and the song has an extra level in the middle part, Jimi almost switches into lead guitar during the bridge and the guitars mingle beautifully. The vocal tapes are also superlative (Jimi was not a singer in 1967 and friends heard a lot of bad singing during the summer of '67). Noel Redding steals the show with a powerful lead on top of the great backing vocals by Eric Burdon. The horns fade away at "I Can't Feel My Face", maybe the best song on the album (another song appeared on the Down Show, IFBE - Volume 1. All songs on Fool's Rar!"), Jimi, Ed, Noel and the horn section are perfectionists. Jimi is beautiful on "Day Tripper", "You Can't Use My Name" and the slipped vocals in the middle of the latter song. He is superlative on "You Can't Use My Name". No question: The line "I don't want my name in no newspapers" in the best song on Fool's Rar! (except for "Pushin' Too Hard" on Experience) might be the greatest one ever written.
"You Can't Use My Name", while being locked between "Odd" and "You Can't Use My Name" as it appeared on Thrill Me by Experiences first album, never got to appear, allegedly because Mike Smith (the other songwriter) had to shift to Detroit and left the group for some time. d2c66b5586