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Old 08-15-2016, 12:51 PM   #481
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51years ago today, August 15, 1965 the Beatles played Shea Stadium in their most famous concert with 59,000 people in attendance.

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Fifty years ago today, August 29, 1966, the Beatles played the last show of their last tour in San Francisco's Candlestick Park. Though they were ostensibly touring the promote their just -released Revolver LP, the group never played a single song from that album during their last tour. The problem was that two guitars, a bass, and a drum kit couldn't faithfully reproduce many of the album's songs, and because no one could hear the music anyway, the Beatles were not going to waste time and money to, say, bring a string octet on stage with them to play "Eleanor Rigby." Nor were they going to bother with songs like "Taxman" that could be faithfully reproduced with two guitars, a bass, and a drum kit. Below is a picture from their last show.
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Hey, Hey! 50 years ago today, 9/12/1966, a TV series about four insane guys who lived together, played in a band, and got the funniest looks from everyone they met made its debut on NBC.
Yes, that’s right: it was The Monkees, who kicked off a wave of intense Monkeemania!
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Johnny Cash died on this day in 2003, he also had the #1 country song in the U.S. 60 Years ago today with "I Walk the Line."

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Unhappy September 26, 1986: Cliff Burton of Metallica dies.

A few days ago, thirty years ago, Metallica bassist Cliff Burton died in a freak bus accident on an icy highway in Sweden. The driver unsafely overcorrected when the bus slid, forcing the bus to capsize and fling Burton out of the open window from his bunk. The bus landed on top of him, killing him. The rest of the band suffered some injuries, but the loss of their bassist, who was a mentoring musical and personal figure in their lives, was immeasurable. Many have believed that Metallica would have been a better, more focused, band had he lived.

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Fifty-one years ago today, October 26, 1965, the Beatles received their M.B.E. medals.
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December 31, 1969: Jimi Hendrix played at the Fillmore East in New York and played on after midnight, thus playing the Fillmore East's last show of the sixties and its first show of the seventies.
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Fifty-five years ago today, January 1, 1962, the Beatles - John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Pete Best - auditioned for Decca Records, taping twelve cover songs and three originals. Decca turned them down.
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January 3, 1970: On George Martin spent his 44th birthday (he would have been 91 today) guiding the Beatles (without John) through sixteen takes of "I Me Mine," a George Harrison song that would be the last song Paul, George and Ringo would record for nearly a quarter century.
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Paul McCartney and Wings hit the big screen 34 years ago today. Their concert movie ‘Rockshow,’ named after a song on ‘Venus and Mars’ and filmed on the epic ‘Wings Over The World’ tour of 1975-76, premiered in New York on November 26, 1980.

That long gap between the tour and film meant that, with hindsight, the film was almost a farewell tribute to the band with whom McCartney had had such great success throughout the 1970s. Wings never announced an official split, and technically still existed into the early part of the new decade. But after 1979’s ‘Back To The Egg’ album, the former Beatle went back to recording under his own name and released the completely self-performed ‘McCartney II’ album in the spring of 1980. ‘Rockshow’ was a testament to the band he was effectively leaving behind.

The ‘Wings Over The World’ tour had begin with a 13-date British itinerary in September 1975, followed by five Australian shows in November. In March 1976, there were five shows around Europe, and more in September and October that year. But in between came the major tour of North America which led to nothing less than a triple live album, ‘Wings Over America,’ and ultimately to the ‘Rockshow’ movie.

What made the tour even more noteworthy was the fact that not only were the band performing a wide selection from the Wings catalogue, but McCartney was now adding Beatles material into the set. The album features ‘The Long and Winding Road,’ ‘I’ve Just Seen A Face,’ ‘Blackbird’ and ‘Yesterday,’ all of which also appear in the 30-song concert film.

The movie premiered at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York on this date in 1980, with a British premiere the following April, with McCartney present. It was re-released, restored to its 125-minute cut, in 2013, when Paul attended a VIP screening at BAFTA in London, and new audiences got to witness the Wingspan of his former band.
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Paul McCartney and Wings hit the big screen 34 years ago today. Their concert movie ‘Rockshow,’ named after a song on ‘Venus and Mars’ and filmed on the epic ‘Wings Over The World’ tour of 1975-76, premiered in New York on November 26, 1980.
I saw it on - I am not kidding - December 7, 1980.
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On this day in 1973, January 14, Elvis Presley performed the first live worldwide broadcast concert – Aloha from Hawaii.

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Fifty years ago today, February 10, the orchestral overdubs on the Beatles' "A Day In the Life" were recorded. The orchestra musicians mostly improvised, going from their lowest notes to their highest notes, but the swelling orchestral music that links Paul's line about smoking on a bus to John's lyric about the potholes in Blackburn, Lancashire may have been properly scored.
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