All / Tous Leaves covers Mariachi versions Odd versions Tim Rose / Jimi Hendrix
Tim Rose / Jimi Hendrix
covers MP3 list only
60's: all from 1965 to 1971



UPDATED in 2018

In 2017, my Dutch friend Jan Marius Franzen informed me of the death of Billy Roberts.
Billy Roberts was credited for writing Hey Joe, which he copyrighted in 1962.
William Moses "Billy" Roberts Jr., born August 16, 1936 in Greenville, South Carolina, died on October 7, 2017 in Georgia, United States.
Billy Roberts never, to my knowledge, recorded Hey Joe in studio, he played it in Clubs, including 1987 at Bouncer's in San Francisco with Summer Of Love All Stars,
with John Cipollina


Tim Rose / Jimi Hendrix
Tim Rose is the first performer to have sung hey joe that I call "hendrix cover". I chose Jimi Hendrix for my titles because it is the best known version.
Jimi Hendrix heard hey joe by Tim Rose at Cafe Wah? in New York, probably in 1965 since Jimi Hendrix already played hey joe at Cafe Wah? in early 1966, before leaving for England and recording his version inspired by that of Tim Rose. For that I chose to add Tim Rose next to Jimi Hendrix in my titles.

Slavko sent me the scans of the Swedish single Hey Joe of Wilson Pickett. I shall update the Wilson Pickett's page in January or February 2019.
I thank Slavko, Mislav and Robert very much.

Added pictures (some of them enlarged) on pages of:

Made corrections
Brucher Blues Band (list of members), Byrds: demo version of Hey Joe released in 1966, not in 1967

Updated in 2017
in November 2017,
My Croatian friend Slavko Mustapić offered me three discs as a gift: a CD of Jesse James and the MOB and two singles of the Surfaris (pink labels) and the Rogues, German pressing. I thank him very much.
I updated the pages of the Surfaris and the Rogues and I created the Jesse James and the MOB's page.
Slavko also sent me pictures of the very rare record 45 rpm EP of the Scorpions, a Swiss band from the 60's. I updated the page
(Slako is collector of Singles and EP's included Hey Joe)
Slavko sent me (again) new pictures of: Aaron Lordson, The Byrds, Calder's Collection, The Leaves, The Rogues and Wages of Sin.
About the Fantastic Dee-Jays, I made big mistake. I wrote the Fantastic Dee-Jay pre Warlocks instead of Fantastic Dee-Jays pre Swamp Rats.
Fortunately my Croatian friend Slavko Mustapić visited my website and wrote me:
in website is an mistake : The Fantastic Dee-Jays are NOT Pre-Warlocks, They are Pre-Swamp Rats..
The error was corrected. Thank you, Slavko

New Performers:

Added pictures (some of them enlarged) on pages of:
Ant Trip Ceremony, Bad Company, Bob Dylan, Grana Louise , Leaves: Oups, I forgot to add pictures from this group that recorded Hey Joe first. I added them,
Love (artwork live at Troubadour 1993), Lee Moses (CD Hendrix in Jazz), Moods (LP live at Turner Hall), Rogues, Scorpions, Surfaris, Willy De Ville (LP and CD Hendix in Jazz),
and U 235

Made corrections
Leaves LP Hey Joe label Festival # FDLX 525, France released in 1967, not in 1966
Ant Trip Ceremony LP 24 Hours label Resurrection released in mid eighties, not in mid sixties. Original LP CRC 2129 has been recorded in 1968, not in 1967.

updated in 2016:
New Performers:

Added pictures (some of them enlarged) on pages of:

Made corrections
in Leaves's covers list: The Fragile Zookeeper, not the Fragile Zookeepers
Mass Confusion: (Hey Joe released in 1969 not in 1968) Band from New York (Brooklin), NY, USA
Kenny Bernard: Hey Joe released in 1966 not in 1967
Sean Boniwell of Music Machine died in 2011 and not in 2001
The Sound Of The Reign is the name of the band, Reigned Out is the album title and not the contrary (I thank Slavko Mustapić for this information)