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Old 08-29-2004, 01:10 AM   #166
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Unhappy August 29th 1966

The Beatles performed their last US concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. It was a very sad one. There will be no more Beatles concerts for the rest of their life after 4 years of performing on stage.
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Thumbs up 40 Years Ago, Today, August 29, 1964

Disney's musical triumph "Mary Poppins" was released in theatres nationwide. They had a world premiere two days before the released. It stars Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Karen Dotrice, Ed Wynn and David Tomlinson. The soundtrack album was a massive success. It has a couple of songs from the film like "A Spoonful of Sugar", "Jolly Holiday", "Step in Time", "Feed the Birds", "Chim Chim Cher-ee" and the most popular song from the film "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious". The film had given 13 nominations and won 5 Oscars and it become the most popular Disney film ever to date.

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I almost forgot another August 29 anniversary. . . .

On August 29, 1970, the Who played on the last night of the last Isle of Wight festival.

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Cool "Hey Jude"

And now, another Beatles anniversary for today!

On this day in 1968, August 30, the Beatles released their first record on their Apple label - "Hey Jude," backed with "Revolution" - in the United Kingdom. The former song was a hopeful ballad offering advice to a friend, while the latter reflected the chaos of the times - political assassinations, the Mexico City Olympics, the Paris and Chicago riots, the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. . . . As always, the Beatles reflected their age.

"Hey Jude" was released in the United States on August 26, four days earlier than the U.K. issue date. Here, it spent nine weeks at the top of the Billboard singles charts, becoming the most commercially successful U.S. Beatles single ever.
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Cool The Beatles in New Jersey!

On yesterday's date in 1964, August 30, the Beatles played their only New Jersey concert at Convention Hall in Atlantic City, less than a week after the Democrats nominated President Lyndon Johnson for a full term there. (Several LBJ posters were still hanging in the hall when the Beatles performed.) The Beatles spent August 31 and September 1 at the Lafayette Motor Inn, receiving guests and learning how to play Monopoly.
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On this day in 1932, September 1, New York City mayor Jimmy Walker resigned his office due to a political scandal.

What does this have to do with music? Walker was a songwriter before he became mayor. His best-known song was "Will You Love Me In December as You Do In May," from which the term -"May-December" romance - meaning a romance between a younger man and an older woman or one between a younger woman and an older man -came.
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On this day in 1962, September 4, the Beatles had their first proper recording session at EMI's Abbey Road Studios for their debut EMI single. They recorded an outside original song, "How Do You Do It," along with one of their own songs - "Love Me Do," with Ringo Starr on drums. The group lobbied successfully for the rejection of "How Do You Do It" as their debut EMI single, but George Martin decided that a remake of "Love Me Do" was in order.

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On this day in 1997, September 5, conductor Sir Georg Solti died in France at 84.
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Cool 9/9/56 - Elvis and Ed!

On this day in 1956, September 9, Elvis Presley played on "The Ed Sullivan Show" for the first of three times. A cautious Ed Sullivan only showed Presley from the waist up.
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Thumbs up Michael Jackson 30th Anniversary Concert

It was on this very date, September 10th, 2001:

Michael Jackson performed live at Madison Square Garden for its 30th Anniversary Solo Concert. I have the special on video. It was taped the day right before the attack of the World Trade Center came on September 11th, 2001.

I remember I was watching the movie called "Man In the Mirror - The Michael Jackson Story" on VH1 that Michael came to see the manager at the backstage concert what time it is? Michael's manager says "It was 12:00 midnight. September 11th, 2001." And then the next day, Michael Jackson saw news footage of the World Trade Center attack on TV and he was devestating about the tragic events. And his mother says, "It's armeggedon!" and Michael said "What is it?" and she goes "It's the beginning of the end!". That was what had happen since Michael saw the news footage of the World Trade Center attack since I was watching that movie.
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Talking September 10, 2000 - The Greatest Day In the History of Broadway!!

On this day in 2000, September 10, the horrid musical Cats closed on Broadway.

The long-awaited day capped the longest run of any musical in Broadway history - - but at least we'd be rid of it now and forever.

And so now, let us bash Cats!
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On this day in 2000, September 10, the horrid musical Cats closed on Broadway.

The long-awaited day capped the longest run of any musical in Broadway history - - but at least we'd be rid of it now and forever.

And so now, let us bash Cats!


That was sad. "Cats" has been in its initial Broadway run for 18 years. I love the song from the show "Memory". I like the Barbra Streisand's version better. I forgot to go back to yesterday, it was on that date, September 9th, 1974, George Michael, the DJ (not George Michael, the singer) came to WABC in New York City replacing Cousin Brucie. Here is an audio portion of George Michael's 1st Show.

NOTE: Aircheck is scoped (not unscoped). The aircheck starts with the last minutes of Johnny Donovan fills in for Dan Ingram including Dan's closing music "Tri-Fi Drums" by Billy May & his Orchestra.

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On this day in 1962, September 11, the Beatles recorded "Love Me Do" for the second time at Abbey Road, this time with Andy White on drums. Although both this take and the September 4, 1962, take (with Ringo on drums) both got out, the Andy White take is the definitive take.
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Unhappy Paul McCartney and 9/11

Thirty-nine years to the day after that recording session, Paul McCartney and his finance, Heather Mills, were on an airplane detained on the tarmac at John F. Kennedy International Airport, where the Beatles made their entrance into the United States back in 1964. Paul looked out the window and, in the distance, saw the World Trade Center towers ablaze.



Paul wondered what he could do to help the rescue and recovery effort that would follow. He quickly thought of a benefit concert to help pay for the operations. . . .

Plans for The Concert For New York City were quickly underway.

September 11, 2001 - Never forget. . . .
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One year ago today, September 12, 2003, Johnny Cash died of complications from Parkinson's disease.
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