Three more reasons why the Sixties kick the '80's ass...

Joan Baez and Bob Dylan, Civil Rights Rally, Washington D.C., Aug. 1963. (Photo: Rowland Scherman/National Archive/Newsmakers/Getty Images)

3/8/1966 (51 years ago today) - Done is done: Bob Dylan records "Just Like a Woman" at Nashville's Columbia Studios for his forthcoming (and trail blazing) epic two LP set "Blonde On Blonde". Ah, the days when albums meant something...

3/8/1968 (49 years ago today) - Cream play the first of two nights at San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom; the show is recorded and a few tracks are put aside for the forthcoming (and trail blazing) epic two LP set "Wheels Of Fire". Ah, the days when albums meant something...

3/8/1945 - Happy Birthday to George Michael "Micky" Dolenz, Jr., drummer/singer for The Monkees, turning 72 years old -- These days, he's an actor, television director, radio personality and theatre director -- Monkee days, he was the lead vocalist on the classics "Last Train To Clarksville", "I'm A Believer", "Pleasant Valley Sunday" and "Steppin' Stone" -- Bonus points for being a huge Nilsson fan, so Micky gets a lifetime pass for any old-time-rock-star-orneriness...

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