“00individual Celebrates 1967’s 50th Anniversary!” copyright 2017 00individual TLL
EXPERIENCE the HISTORICAL HEIGHT of POP and ROCK and PSYCHEDELIC CULTURE!
00individual was among those blessed to be born into this incarnation and into this existence at the most concentrated explosion of the Cultural Epoch of the late ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. To have been able to experience the slow innocent build of the ’50s as a single-digit Rocker, and the real-time experience in his teens and twenties that matched truly historic events of each decade, is an exceptional gift, especially for those who appreciated it then, as now.
The 1960s are acknowledged as the Height of Pop Culture – and 1967 as the Pinnacle!
March 1: Buffalo Springfield re-release their December 1966 self-titled debut album to include Stills’ zeitgeist classic, For What Its Worth.
March 7: CBS Reports aired the first television news documentary in U.S. history to report on gay and lesbian issues.
March 9: The Fillmore West opens six nights a week.
March 11: The first list of endangered species was issued by Stewart Udall, the U.S. Secretary of the Interior with a total of 78 animals in the U.S. that were threatened with extinction.
March 11: Pink Floyd release their 1st single Arnold Layne.
March: Donovan releases his “Mellow Yellow“ album with psychedelic standout title track.
March 16: U.F.O.s! The first of two unexplained incidents happened at Malmstrom Air Force Base, near Great Falls, Montana, where the U.S. Air Force had missile silos for its Minuteman ICBMs. According to later accounts, crews in the areas had seen unidentified objects hovering near or over the silos of the Echo Flight section, and starting at 8:45, the launch facilities of ten missiles began going offline and inoperable. Eight days later, at the Oscar Flight section of Malmstrom AFB, another set of missiles went offline after a UFO was seen.
March 17: The Grateful Dead release their debut self-titled album.
March 18: The Beatles hit #1 with Penny Lane.
March 18: The first demonstration of “slow motion instant replay” on television was shown to viewers of ABC Wide World of Sports.
March 20: The Supremes get psychedelic and release The Happening – title single from the movie of the same name.
March 24: University of Michigan holds first “Teach-in” after bombing of North Vietnam.
March 25: The Turtles have a #1 hit and Summer of Love “theme song” with Happy Together. 00individual went to local dances when local Surf Rock band The Crossfires were The Turtles.
March 25 – April 2: The Who & Cream make US debut at Murray the K’s Easter Shows.
March 26: New York’s Central Park “Be-In” (Easter Sunday Love-In) 10,000 attend.
March 27: Bob Dylan releases “Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits“.
March 30: The Beatles finish recording their Sergeant Pepper album and take cover photos.
March 31: Jimi Hendrix sets his guitar on fire for the first time at the Astoria London.
US Top 20 Singles for the week ending March 18, 1967:
1 PENNY LANE – The Beatles (Capitol)
2 HAPPY TOGETHER – The Turtles (White Whale)
3 BABY I NEED YOUR LOVIN’ – Johnny Rivers (Imperial)
4 LOVE IS HERE AND NOW YOU’RE GONE – The Supremes (Motown)
5 RUBY TUESDAY – The Rolling Stones (London)
6 DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE – The Mamas and the Papas (Dunhill)
7 SOCK IT TO ME-BABY! – Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels (New Voice)
8 THERE’S A KIND OF HUSH – Herman’s Hermits (MGM)
9 MY CUP RUNNETH OVER – Ed Ames (RCA Victor)
10 THEN YOU CAN TELL ME GOODBYE – The Casinos (Fraternity)
11 STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER – The Beatles (Capitol)
12 FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH (Stop, Hey What’s That Sound) – Buffalo Springfield (Atco)
13 THE HUNTER GETS CAPTURED BY THE GAME – The Marvelettes (Tamla)
14 KIND OF A DRAG – The Buckinghams (U.S.A.)
15 DARLING BE HOME SOON – The Lovin’ Spoonful (Kama Sutra)
16 CALIFORNIA NIGHTS – Lesley Gore (Mercury)
17 I’VE BEEN LONELY TOO LONG – The Young Rascals (Atlantic)
18 I THINK WE’RE ALONE NOW – Tommy James and the Shondells (Roulette)
19 EPISTLE TO DIPPY – Donovan (Epic)
20 GIMME SOME LOVIN’ – The Spencer Davis Group (United Artists)
March 8: Mad Monster Party?
March 8: The Taming of the Shrew (Italy/US)
March 9: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’
March 12: The Busy Body
March 14: Ulysses
March 15: Frankenstein Created Woman (UK)
March 15: In Like Flint
March 21: Hombre
March 21: Thoroughly Modern Millie
March 22: Easy Come, Easy Go
March: The Happening
OK, Cosmic Kids, 1967’s Psychedelic Night Train is leaving the city for nine more monthly psychedelic stops and psyide-trips on the way through
Historic Psychedelic 1967!
“Psychedelic Night Train Leaving The City” copyright 2017 00individual TLL
While on the Psychedelic Night Train be sure to visit the Midnight Munchie Car
before enjoying free concerts ’til dawn in the Jam Car.
Next stop – April 1967!
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