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I know! Very unbelievable!They were edged out by the likes of "Sugar Sugar" by the Archies!
The Top Forty began to go downhill around 1969 or 1970.
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On This Day‬ Oct 12,1987 “Got My Mind Set on You” #45 single was released. It was the #1 single in the US the week before The Beatles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, making George one of the only artists to have an active single on the U.S. record charts at the time of induction.
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October 13 - Family played their last concert in their hometown of Leicester, England, before part of the band reunited for a few shows in the 2010s. The end-of-tour, end-of-Family party at the Leicester Holiday Inn was legendary. Record company executives were pushed in the pool while others jumped in fully clothed on their own!
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It was today in 2009 that Paul was named Songwriter of The Year at the 29th Annual ASCAP Awards in London. The awards presentation honoured songwriters and publishers of the most performed works in the US during 2008.
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On This Day‬ Oct 12,1987 “Got My Mind Set on You” #45 single was released. It was the #1 single in the US the week before The Beatles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, making George one of the only artists to have an active single on the U.S. record charts at the time of induction.
It was also the last song by a former Beatle to hit #1. on the Billboard pop singles charts. The First was "My Sweet Lord" in 1970.
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Today in 1976 the self titled debut album from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers was released.
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Farewells on November 26:

1968: Cream played their last show for 47 years at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

1972: Family played their last-ever American concert date in St. Petersburg, Florida, as the warm-up act for Elton John on his fall 1972 U.S./Canadian tour.
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‎On This Day‬ Nov. 27,1970 the ‪All Things Must Pass‬ triple album was released.
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December 8, 1980: John Lennon was assassinated.

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Missing you so much John!
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This week in 1992 Tom Petty presented his friend George Harrison the Century Award at the 3rd annual Billboard Music Awards in Universal City, CA
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This day in 1970, January 4: The Beatles, minus John, overdubbed backing vocals and strings on "Let It Be." It was the Beatles' last recording session before the breakup was announced.
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Forty-four years ago today - March 10, 1972 - Jethro Tull's Thick As A Brick was released in the U.S. It was the group's fifth studio album. It is notable for only including one song which spans the entire album. "Thick As a Brick" was deliberately crafted in the style of a concept album, as well as a "bombastic" and "over the top" parody of the then-prevalent vogue for concept albums. The original packaging, designed like a newspaper, claims the album to be a musical adaptation of an epic poem by a fictional eight year-old genius, though the lyrics were actually written by Ian Anderson. The album was a commercial and critical success and topped the Billboard Top Two Hundred album charts for two consecutive weeks.
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Released 46 years ago today.
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Another Jethro Tull anniversary release in March - 45 years ago today, Aqualung was released. Not a concept album, but an LP with related songs about homelessness, social injustice, and the cluelessness of organized religion, which made it seem like a concept album. Regarded as one of the best albums of the seventies, it was dismissed nonetheless by Jimmy Guterman and Owen O'Donnell in their 1991 book 'The Worst Rock and Roll Albums of All Time' as the eleventh worst album ever. Ian Anderson and Martin Barre later admitted that they weren't too thrilled with it, but it does have some good ideas (and "Hymn 43" is a graphic condemnation of Euro-American patriarchy). It was the group's fourth album, and the last to feature original drummer Clive Bunker.
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