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Old 10-30-2004, 07:51 PM   #211
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Cool Elton John - Tumbleweed Connection

On this day in 1970, October 30, Elton John released Tumbleweed Connection in the United Kingdom.



Tumbleweed Connection, Elton's third album, was released in the United States in the spring of 1971. An album comprised of ballads and country rockers, it weas also the first Elton John LP to feature a cover version: Lesley Duncan's "Love Song" . Duncan played acoustic guitar and sang backing vocals on Elton's remake.
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On this day in 1946, November 1, rock bassist Rick Grech, who played in Family, Blind Faith, Ginger Baker's Air Force, and Traffic (and also played on albums from Rod Stewart and Muddy Waters), was born in Bordeaux, France. (He died in England in 1990.)
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It was last night, Halloween night, 1969. That was 35 years ago. WKBW in Buffalo ran a special on Paul McCartney's death rumor. The special was entitled "Paul McCartney Is Alive and Well... Maybe". It was host by such notables as Danny Neaverth, Sandy Beach, Stan Roberts and KB's program director Jefferson Kaye. If you want to listen to this special, here is a link:

"Paul McCartney Is Alive and Well... Maybe"

It was also on that same date, Halloween night in 1971, WKBW in Buffalo aired a retelling of a 1938 radio classic of H.G. Wells' "War of the Worlds". The special was narrated by Dan Neaverth who also did the opening and closing for this special and included in the cast such as Jack Armstrong and a bunch of others in a science fiction story about martians invated Buffalo. If you want to listen to the 1971 remake of a radio classic, here it is:

"War of the Worlds (1971)"
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Old 11-04-2004, 10:58 AM   #214
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On this day in 2003, November 4, this thread was started!

That's right, this thread is one year old!

Let's see if we can fill in missing dates in this second year, and not repeat what we've already done.
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One hundred and fifty years ago today - November 6, 1854 - composer, conductor, and marching band leader John Philip Sousa was born.

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On this day in 1938, Veterans Day, November 11, Kate Smith premiered Irving Berlin's "God Bless America" on national radio.

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2 days ago (wendesday 10th of november)
it was ricki-lee's birthday (ricki-lee, 7th place in australian idol this yr, my fave but she got voted out )
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One hundred and four years ago yesterday - November 14, 1900 - classical composer Aaron Copland was born.
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Cool Elton John - 11-17-70

On this day in 1970, November 17, Elton John performed a radio concert for rock station WABC-FM (now pop station WPLJ-FM) in New York. Elton played his latest songs as well as the Beatles's "Get Back" and Elvis Presley's "My Baby Left Me."

The concert was released as an album to discorage bootlegging, and the LP was named after its recording date: 11-17-70.



Or 17-11-70, if you lived in England!



(Some mascohistic completists buy both the U.K. and U.S. editions for the title discrepancy alone!)
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On this day ten years ago, November 18, 1994, band leader Cab Calloway died near Wilmington, Delaware.
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One hundred years ago today - November 21, 1904 - jazz legend Coleman Hawkins was born.
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On this day in history, November 22:

1963: While the eyes of the world were on Dallas Texas, and the Kennedy assassination, the Beatles released their second album, With The Beatles, in Britain. Released with a different song selection and a different title - Meet the Beatles - in the United States in January 1964, it was the album that helped kids in America get over JFK's death.

1968: The Beatles released the White Album in the U.K. (It was issued in the U.S. three days later.)
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On this day in 1903, November 23, Enrico Caruso made his U.S. debut at New York's Metropolitan Opera performing "I Rigoletto."
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On this day in history, November 26:

1968: Cream played their farewell concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. (Or so we thought!)

1972: Family played their last American concert at the Bay Front Center in Saint Petersburg, Florida, as the warmup act for Elton John.
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Thirty years ago today - November 26, 1974 - British singer-songwriter Nick Drake died of an accidental overdose of antidepressants. He was 26.

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