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The controversial hippy musical, Hair is playing at the Biltmore Theatre on Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 1750 performances.
The rock musical Hair (which includes a scene with a fully nude cast) is presented during a run of 1,997 performances at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe. The cast includes Marsha Hunt, Paul Nicholas, Sonja Kristina and Jimmy Winston.
Doug Sahm and Band record Tennessee Blues, Your Friends and Papa Ain't Salty in New York City for Atlantic Records, with Bob Dylan playing guitar and harmonica.
Pink Floyd are in EMI Studio 2, Abbey Road, London, UK, working on material for the album Dark Side Of The Moon.
Walter Roland dies of bronchogenic carcinoma at Fairfield, Alabama, USA. An accomplished pianist in a variety of styles, he recorded over 90 sides for ARC Records.
Bob Dylan plays guitar and harmonica when Doug Sahm and Band record Tennessee Blues, Your Friends and Papa Ain't Salty in New York City for Atlantic Records.
Doug Sahm And Band record Tennessee Blues, Your Friends and Papa Ain't Salty in New York City, USA, for Atlantic Records, with Bob Dylan playing guitar and harmonica.
Bob Dylan plays guitar and harmonica when Doug Sahm and Band record Tennessee Blues, Your Friends and Papa Ain't Salty in New York City, USA. The tracks will appear on the Atlantic Records album Doug Sahm And Band.
Doug Sahm And Band record Tennessee Blues, Your Friends and Papa Ain't Salty in New York City, USA, for Atlantic Records, with Bob Dylan playing guitar and harmonica.
Doug Sahm and Band record Tennessee Blues, Your Friends and Papa Ain't Salty in New York City for Atlantic Records, with Bob Dylan playing guitar and harmonica.