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Old 06-11-2004, 09:35 PM   #106
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Regarding Blind Faith, by the way - there's a really cool picture of the band from the Hyde Park show, but I couldn't find it on the Web.
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On this day in 1966, June 21, the Beatles concluded the recording sessions for Revolver by recording "She Said She Said," inspired by a comment Peter Fonda made while talking to John and George while the three of them were on acid in LA - "I know what it's like to be dead." (John changed the gender of the protagonist when he wrote the song. "The guitars [on "She Said She Said"] are great on it," he said in 1980.)

Final mixing for Revolver was completed the following day.
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On this day in 1966, June 24, the Beatles began the first of their two last tours. The first one concentrated on Germany and East Asia; it was on June 24 that the Beatles played Munich. With Revolver completed and being prepared for an August release, the Beatles would not return to the recording studio for another five months.

Meanwhile, Beatles producer George Martin decided to take advantage of the free time he suddenly had. It was also on June 24, 1966 that he married his secretary, Judy Lockhart-Smith, making today their thirty-eighth wedding anniversary. Hope George didn't forget!
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On this day in 1967, June 25, the Beatles premiered their song "All You Need Is Love" on the international television broadcast "Our World."

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On this day in 1970, June 27, Family played the Kralingen Festival in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Their performance, featuring one of the dirtiest, nastiest versions of their signature song "Drowned In Wine" ever conceived, was used in the Kralingen documentary movie Stomping Ground.

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On this day in 1968, June 29, Pink Floyd and Jethro Tull headlined the first free rock concert at London's Hyde Park.
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I forgot to say that 1 year ago, today, Dan Ingram, one of the great DJ's on WCBS-FM announced that he was retired. After more than 40 years since he started on WABC and then to WCBS-FM in 1991, he had enough. He was on that FM station for 12 years. Dan Ingram made his guest host on WABC's Post-Rewound Special last month. Here is the clip at:
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On this day in 1980, July 1 - Canada Day - "O Canada" became that country's official national anthem, replacing "God Save the Queen." It was only the latest step in Canada's severing of constitutional ties with Great Britain. And it's a nicer song than "The Star-Spangled Banner" (which is too hard to sing!).
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On this date, July 3rd, 1961. Dan Ingram went to WABC in New York to go on the air and began playing Top 40 music. Dan Ingram has been on WABC radio for 31 years until the station went to talk in 1982. Sadly, Dan Ingram left CBS-FM last year after 12 years playing oldies.

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Although patriotic Broadway songwriter/performer George M. Cohan declared in "Yankee Doodle Dandy" that he was "a real live nephew of my Uncle Sam, born on the Fourth of July," it was actually on this day in 1878, July 3, that Cohan was born. Close enough! Cohan's other songs include "You're a Grand Old Flag" and "Give My Regards to Broadway."

It was also on this day in 1971 that Jim Morrison died in Paris.
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On this date, the 4th of July, 1900. Louis Armstrong was born.
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How could I have forgotten this?

On yesterday's date in 1954 - July 5 - Elvis Presley, accompanied by bassist Bill Black and guitarist Scotty Moore, recorded Arthur Crudup's blues tune "That's All Right, Mama" with a fast country-and-western spin at Sun Records in Memphis. "That's different," Sun Records founder Sam Phillips said when they played it back. "That's a pop song now."

Rock and roll was "born."
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On yesterday's date in 1954 - July 5 - Elvis Presley, accompanied by bassist Bill Black and guitarist Scotty Moore, recorded Arthur Crudup's blues tune "That's All Right, Mama" with a fast country-and-western spin at Sun Records in Memphis. "That's different," Sun Records founder Sam Phillips said when they played it back. "That's a pop song now."

Rock and roll was "born."
Elvis rocks! Yup rock was born!
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I was pointing it out that this is the 50th anniversary of Elvis' first release on Sun Records. "That's All Right, Mama" was the first single that hit the charts back in 1954.
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Twenty-five years ago today, July 10, 1979, Boston Pops Orchestra conductor Arthur Fiedler died at 84.
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