Power to Love 
Ok. This track has several names over the years and can't seem to get its title straight. It's been labeled "Crash Landing", "Paper Airplanes", "Power of Love" (this is how I've been calling it all these years), to "Power to Soul", and "With the Power". What the...
Anyway, whatever it's called, it's one of my favourite Jimi jams and one of his most ambitious tracks. Listen to the stop-time intro where Jimi improvises a scorching solo that makes you sit right down and lend an ear. And just before he slows things down the track changes (again) to a controlled funk jam, with Buddy Miles on the kit and Billy Cox on the bass. As you listen, you can hear Jimi improvising throughout the track that even the great Buddy Miles gets the timing wrong at 5:29 and 6:28, but recovers nicely.
Other tracks on the record include the legendary "Machine Gun", another fave of mine "Who Knows", Buddy's "Changes", "Message of Love", and "We Gotta Live Together".
'Band of Gypsys' was first released on Capitol Records but recently there have been some well-pressed reissues on heavy wax that sound great. Recorded as a New Year's Eve celebration at New York's legendary Fillmore East (now long gone) on two separate days -- December 31, 1969 and January 1, 1970 (two shows performed each night).
This is Jimi at his best.