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Old 04-06-2005, 10:37 AM   #286
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On this day 175 years ago, April 6, 1830, Joseph Smith founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which inevitably led to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, which inevitably led to, of course, the Osmonds.
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Old 04-06-2005, 10:43 AM   #287
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Also on this day, April 6:

1966: The Beatles began recording sessions for their radical, groundbreaking album Revolver. "Tomorrow Never Knows," the epic sound collage song that closes Revolver and makes the rest of the album sound conventional by comparison, was the first song they began work on!

1971: Russian-born American composer Igor Stravinsky, famous for his piece "Night On Bald Mountain," died in New York City.

1998: Country singer Tammy Wynette, whose signature song was "Stand By Your Man," died in Nashville. She was only 55.
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Six days late but let's not forget: April 1, 1984, a day before he would have turned 45, legendary soul singer Marvin Gaye was killed by his father after an argument.
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Old 04-09-2005, 09:52 AM   #289
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Sixty-six years ago today - Easter Sunday, April 9, 1939 - Marian Anderson sang a recital at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. The U.S. Interior Department and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt set it up after Constitution Hall in Washington, owned by the Daughters of the American Revolution, wouldn't let Anderson perform there because she was black.
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Thirty-five years ago today, April 10, 1970, Paul McCartney announced that the Beatles were no more. An entire generation was devestated.

(P.S. One year ago today, Olympic swimming champion Janet Evans got married. I was devastated! )
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On this day in 1994, April 11, Rush Limbaugh, on his first day on the air since Kurt Cobain was found dead of a self-inflicted shotgun wound, offered a heartfelt, sincere eulogy for the late Nirvana frontman.

"Kurt Cobain was, ladies and gentlemen, a worthless shred of human debris."



Two weeks after Cobain was found dead, Richard Nixon died. Limbaugh, of course, would eulogize Nixon as one of the greatest Presidents of his lifetime.

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On this day in 1965, April 13, the Beatles recorded "Help!" - now the title of their second movie, having replaced Eight Arms To Hold You.
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On yesterday's date in 1964, April 16, the Beatles recorded the title song for their first movie, A Hard Day's Night. It was the first time John Lennon and Paul McCartney had ever composed a song made-to-order, with the title already in place.
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It was 40 years ago, today, April 18th, 1965:

The last day of music on 1010 WINS. The station has been playing top 40 since Alan Freed came in 1955 where he played rock & roll. The station went silent at 12:00 AM. The station would not go on until the next morning at 5:30 AM, 1010 WINS became an all-news station.
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It was 40 years ago, today, April 18th, 1965:

The last day of music on 1010 WINS. The station has been playing top 40 since Alan Freed came in 1955 where he played rock & roll. The station went silent at 12:00 AM. The station would not go on until the next morning at 5:30 AM, 1010 WINS became an all-news station.
Which it remains to this day. . . . And it continues to use those annoying teletype sound effects!
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On this day in 1967, April 25, the Beatles recorded the title song for their Magical Mystery Tour project. Work on the film and soundtrack record wouldn't begin in earnest until later that year.
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On this day in 1970, April 26, the Stephen Sondheim musical "Company" premiered on Broadway.
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On this day in 1786, May 1, Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" premiered in Vienna.
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Fifty years ago today, May 5, 1955, the musical "Damn Yankees," about a baseball fan who sells his soul to the devil to make the Yankees lose the pennant, premiered on Broadway.

Insert 2005 Yankees joke here!
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On this day in 1994, April 11, Rush Limbaugh, on his first day on the air since Kurt Cobain was found dead of a self-inflicted shotgun wound, offered a heartfelt, sincere eulogy for the late Nirvana frontman.

"Kurt Cobain was, ladies and gentlemen, a worthless shred of human debris."



Two weeks after Cobain was found dead, Richard Nixon died. Limbaugh, of course, would eulogize Nixon as one of the greatest Presidents of his lifetime.

FLUSH RUSH!!

At least Kurt had talent and was about HONESTY. Rush Limbaugh, the other hand, WASN'T. FLUSH RUSH--IF HE CAN FIT IN YER TERLIT BOWL!!
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