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Almost all (more or less) confirmed official releases featuring Hendrix are 7" vinyl singles. The flood of different releases started with the release of Curtis Knight tracks in 1967, and a lot more material is now available in addition to the singles listed below. I'll start adding some of these releases later on, a full discography of them would be nice but will never happen as thousands of releases have appeared all around the world. Information about the songs on these releases will be found in the entries at the "Artists" -section.

INDEX

Don Covay and the Goodtimers
- Mercy, Mercy / Can't Stay Away - 7"
- Mercy! - lp

King Curtis and the Kingpins
- Instant Groove / Sweet Inspiration - 7"

Aretha Franklin
- I Never Loved A Man The Way That I Love You / Respect /
Good Times / Save Me - 7" ep
- Respect / Dr. Feelgood / Think / Save Me - 7" ep
- Respect / Soul Serenade / Save Me / Good Times - 7" ep
- Respect / Save Me - 7"
- I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You - lp

Owen Grey
- Help Me / Incence - 7"

Frank Howard
- I'm So Glad / I'm Sorry For You - 7"

Lenny Howard
- Keep The Faith, Baby / Darlin' 7"

The Icemen
- (My Girl) She's A Fox / (I Wonder) What It Takes - 7"

The Isley Brothers
- Testify (Part I) / (Part II) -7"
- Move Over And Let Me Dance / Have You Ever Been Disappointed? -7"

Curtis Knight
- How Would You Feel / Welcome Home -7"

Curtis Knight and the Squires
- Hornet's Nest / Knock Yourself Out -7"

Billy LaMont
- Sweet Thang / Please Don't Leave -7"

Rosa Lee Brooks
- My Diary / Utee -7"

Little Richard
- I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me - Part I / Part II - 7"
- What You've Got / Dance A Go Go - 7"

George Scott
- Find Someone To Love - lp

Jimmy Norman
- You're Only Hurting Yourself / That Little Old Groovemaker -7"

Ray Sharpe with the King Curtis Orchestra
- Help Me (Get The Feeling) - Part I / Part II - 7"

Lonnie Youngblood
- Soul Food (That's a What I Like) / Goodbye, Bessie Mae -7"
- Go Go Shoes / Go Go Place -7"