Travel back to Winterland on June 8, 1968 to hear a monstrous billing of soul and blues. Booker T. and the M.G.'s got things started with a set of classic Memphis soul cuts, and also jammed with blues legend Albert King during the tail end of the performance (beginning with "Born Under a Bad Sign"). They were followed by B.B. King (introduced to the stage at the end of "Ode to Billy Joe"), who mixed things up with slow burning blues tunes and a few upbeat jump numbers. To read more about the individual sets, click on the links in the Related Concerts box below, and hear how it all went down with this Bill Graham Presents playlist, featuring Booker T. and B.B. King.