Best logo ever? Just might be... -- The birth of the best of all so-called "supergroups"? Probably... -- Another amazing day in the studio for The Fab Four? You know it...

(Courtesy of RCA Victor Records)

7/16/1900 (118 years ago today) - It's a real definitive piece of American cultural history, yessir: The logo of the Victor Recording Company and later RCA Victor, "His Master's Voice", was officially registered on this date with the U.S. Patent Office -- You know, Nipper The Dog looking into the horn of a gramophone. We say one of the best and most endearing record label designs ever made; if it was good 'nuff for Elvis and Bowie...

7/16/1966 (52 years ago today) - Considering the depth of their influence, it's hard to believe they were really together for only a couple of years -- Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton formally announce the name of their new project, a psychedelic-blues and progressive-rock trio they've decided to call Cream. Fact: they released just three proper/official full-length studio LP's that, to this day, still manage to blow the minds of critics and fans alike. They were, truly, the definition of amazing...

7/16/1969 (49 years ago today) - We've heard of "All in a day's work", but this is ridiculous: At Abbey Road studio's in London, The Beatles are working on two George Harrison compositions -- One is a heart-felt, moving ballad titled "Something"; the other track is more upbeat, written by George when he took some time off from the distracting business that was Apple Records, and simply spent his day walking around the garden at friend Eric Clapton's house. The song is tentatively titled "Here Comes The Sun". Really unreal.

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