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Old 05-13-2006, 09:51 PM   #376
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On this day in 1954, May 13, the musical The Pajama Game premeiered on Broadway. One of the original cast members was John Raitt - Bonnie Raitt's father.
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On this day in 1934, Robert Moog, the inventor of the synthesizer, was born. (He died in 2005.)
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Also on May 23, 1969, the Who released Tommy.
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Old 06-29-2006, 10:17 AM   #379
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On this day in 1968, June 29, Elvis Presley taped the "boxing ring" jam performance for his NBC comeback special with backing musicians Scotty Moore and D.J. Fontana from his old fifties band, along with newer compadres Charlie Hodge and Alan Fortas, for a studio audience. It ws the first time Elvis performed in front of a live audience in eight years.

All of the backing musicians wore beet-red Nehru jackets to avoid stealing attention from Elvis's supercool black leather suit.
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August 1, 1981. . . a date that will live in infamy. . . MTV preimered that day.
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Forty years ago today, the Beatles released Revolver in the United Kingdom. (It was issued in the U.S. - minus three songs previously issued on the North American repackage Yesterday and Today - three days later.)

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Twenty years ago yesterday, August 8, 1986, David Crosby was released from prison in Texas, where he got off cocaine, after serving a sentence for drug possession.
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Forty years ago today, the Beatles played their last public concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. As soon as the show was over, George Harrison was heard saying, "Well, that's it. I'm not a Beatle anymore."
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On this day in 1969, August 31, Bob Dylan and the Band appeared at the Isle of Wight music festival in Britain. (Recordings rom the show that surfaced on Dylan's Self-Portrait LP the following spring suggested that anyone who wasn't there didn't miss much. )
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One year ago today, September 2, 2005, NBC's networks simulcast a telethon concert of performances from Aaron Neville, Harry Connick, Jr., and Wynton Marsalis, among others to help Hurricane Katrina victims. The biggest news made by a popular musician came not from anyone who performed, but from rapper Kanye West, who was supposed to join Mike Myers in making a prescripted plea for help but instead went into a tirade about the racist elements in the media and in the White House. He got in one last lick before he was cut off. . . .

"George Bush doesn't care about black people."

The comment was later turned into a dance-rap remix record.
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On this day in 1977, September 13, classical conductor Leopold Stokowski died.
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Yesturday on september 13 in 1996 rap legend tupac shakur is prounced dead R.I.P.
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Fifty years ago today, December 4, 1956, Jerry Lee Lewis was in Sun Records's studio in Memphis, Tennessee, helping on a session with Carl Perkins. Than Johnny Cash walked in with his wife Vivian and daughter Roseanne, and soon Elvis Presley walked in.

The quartet starting jamming, though Cash left early to go shopping. The remaining three contiunued into the night, with the tapes rolling all the way through.

It was the famous "Million Dollar Quartet" session.
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On this day in 1969, January 30, the Beatles played their last public live performance on the rooftop of the offices of Apple Corps, 3 Savile Row, in London, as seen in the Let It Be movie.
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Forty years ago today, Tuesday, December 26, 1967, the Beatles's TV movie Magical Mystery Tour aired for the first tiem on the BBC.

Fifteen million Brits saw it.

Not one of them liked it.

"We goofed, really, said Paul McCartney, "but you couldn't exactly call the queen's speech a gasser."
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