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On this day in 1959, January 12, a Ford autoworker from Detroit named Berry Gordy, Jr. borrowed eight hundred dollars to start a recording company to produce rhythm-and-blues songs. The company was named for the Motor City. . . .

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A quarter of a millenium ago today - 250 years ago, on January 27, 1756 - Wolfgans Amadeus Mozart was born.
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Born in Salzburg, Austria, 1756-1791.

One of the world's greatest classical prodigies, creatiing works at the age of five. In spite of his great body of masterful work, he died in poverty and buried in an unmarked grave.
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On this day in history, February 1:

1950: RCA introduced the 45-rpm seven-inch record, which could hold one song per side or two songs per side. The two-song version became known as the single, and the four-song version became known as the extended play record. Singles became popular in the U.S. and Canada, but not the EP; the opposite was true in France. Both became popular formats in the U.K.

1964: The governor of Indiana had "Louie Louie" by the Kingsmen banned in his state for being dirty, even though no one could figure out what the Kingsmen were singing.

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196 years ago yesterday, February 22, 1810, Frederic Chopin was born.
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On this day in 1973, February 25, Stephen Sondheim's musical A Little Night Music, based on the Ingmar Bergman movie Smiles of a Summer Night, premiered at the Schubert Theatre on Broadway.

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(Funny, they look like the guys in Psychic Tomato!
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On this day in 1904, March 1, legendary bandleader Glenn Miller was born.
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On this day, March 13:

1971: The Allman Brothers Band performed at the Fillmore East in New York, recording their legendary live album. The Fillmore East has long since closed, but the band has returned to New York every March erver since.

1987: Bryan Adams's "Heat of the Night," in addition to demonstrating his penchant for cliches, became the first single to be released on cassette. The "cassingle," however, never quite caught on, with compact discs making cassettes redundant in all audio media - long play, single, or extended play.

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March 15. Ides.

On this day:

1956: My Fair Lady, Lerner and Loewe's muscial version of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion starring Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews, opened on Broadway.

1976: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers released their self-titled debut album on Leon Russell's Shelter label.

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On this day in 1792, March 23, Joseph Haydn's Smyphony No. 94 in G Minor was premiered in London.
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On this day in 1973, April 17, the Eagles's Desparado album was released.
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On this day in 1936, April 18, Gene Autry recorded "Back In the Saddle."
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On this day in 1962, May 8, the musical comedy A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To the Forum opened on Broadway.
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