If this was 1967, we'd be on day 2 of the Summer of Love...and right in the middle of the first ever Monterey Pop Festival that kicked it all off out at the Monterey County Fairgrounds in California.  People out west wanted to take the lead and show that "rock" music was just as important and worthwhile as jazz and folk music were in California.  So after about 2 months of preparation, the bands were invited, and here are some of the highlights:  Janis Joplin's performance of "Ball and Chain" got Big Brother a record deal; Pete Townshend smashed his guitar for the first time in America and Keith Moon kicked his drum set; Jimi Hendrix set his guitar on fire; Otis Redding gave his last major performance before dying in a plane crash... Of course there are more stories, but, here's my main question... Could this happen again today?  Could a cross section of today's artists all cooperatively play the same festival..?  Could the fans from each end of the spectrum hang around together for 3 days without any incidents...?  Would any venue take the risk...?   I've circled "no" on my answer sheet, but I still hope...