Day 6: covering shows aired from 1.12.67 – 2.20.67 #dsxp #darkshadows

Jan 12th – Louisville, Ky, draft board refuses exemption for boxer Muhammad Ali
Jan 13th – Rolling Stones appear on Ed Sullivan Show
Jan 14th – NY Times reports Army is conducting secret germ warfare experiments
Jan 14th – Sonny & Cher release “Beat Goes On”
Jan 15th – Superbowl I: Green Bay Packers beat KC Chiefs, 35-10 in LA Superbowl MVP: Bart Starr, Green Bay, QB
Jan 16th – Lucius Amerson, becomes 1st southern (Ala) black sheriff in 20th cent
Jan 18th – Albert DeSalvo (Boston Strangler) sentenced to life in prison
Jan 18th – US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
Jan 27th – Apollo 1 fire kills astronauts Grissom, White & Chaffee
Jan 27th – Beatles sign a 9 year worldwide contract with EMI records
Jan 27th – Treaty banning military use of nuclear weapons in space, signed
Jan 28th – Rolling Stones release “Let’s Spend the Night Together”
Feb 3rd – “Purple Haze” recorded by Jimi Hendrix
Feb 4th – “Wild Thing” hits #20 on the pop singles chart by Senator Bobby
Feb 4th – US launches Lunar Orbiter 3
Feb 5th – “Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour” premieres on CBS (later ABC, NBC)
Feb 5th – Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Robert Penn Warren
Feb 10th – 25th Amendment (Presidential Disability & Succession) in effect
Feb 12th – Keith Richards, Mick Jagger & Marianne Faithful busted for drugs
Feb 12th – Pirate Radio Free Harlem (NYC) begins transmitting
Feb 14th – Aretha Franklin records “Respect”
Feb 15th – 1st anti-bootleg recording laws enacted
Feb 15th – D66 (D’66) wins 7 seats in Dutch 2nd Chamber
Feb 15th – Longest dream (REM sleep) on record, Bill Carskadon, Chicago (2:23)
Feb 17th – Beatles release “Penny Lane” & “Strawberry Fields”
Feb 17th – Kosmos 140 (Soyuz Test) launches into Earth orbit