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Old 01-09-2005, 08:58 PM   #256
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There was also a movie version starring Diana Ross, Michael Jackson and Nipsy Russell since it was released three years later in theatres, it flopped big time.
Given that Diana Ross, who played Dorothy, was 34 when this movie was made - twice the age Judy Garland had been in 1939 when she played Dorothy - what would you have expected?
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On yesterday's date in 1900, January 14, Puccini's opera "Tosca" had its world premiere in Rome.
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Red face "Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?"

On yesterday's date in 1978, January 14, the Sex Pistols were playing in San Francisco, and lead singer Johnny Rotten was paying no attention to the song he was singing. Finally, he stood up and sneered, "Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?" He tossed the mike aside and walked off the stage. The Sex Pistols broke up, and were not to perform together again for another eighteen years.

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Old 01-19-2005, 11:58 PM   #259
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On this day in 1853, January 19, Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Il Trovatore" premiered in Rome.
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On this day in 1911, January 26, Richard Strauss's opera "Das Rosenkavalier" premiered in Dresden, Germany.

(January must be a good month for new operas! )
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On this day in music history, January 31:

1797 - Franz Schubert, famous for a symphony he never finished, was born in Vienna.

1969 - A day after their triumphant Apple rooftop concert, the Beatles performed a set of songs, concert-style, in their basement studio, completing the rehearsing and recording phase of what became the Let It Be album. (Segments of this session appear in the Let It Be film between Paul's discussion with John about "nervousness" over performing live and the rooftop gig.) But while the Beatles finished recording the album, mixing and compiling it would be done in fits and starts, and not finished for good until April 1970.
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On this day in music history, February 3:

1968 -The Beatles began recording "Lady Madonna" as a song for their next single, which would be released while they were in Rishikesh, India, studying Trancsendental Meditation. ("Lady Madonna" and "Across the Universe" were in consideration for the single; the former song was chosen and was released in the UK on Friday, March 15, 1968 - with a U.S. release the following Monday, March 18.)

(We mentioned the Buddy Holly plane crash last year, folks. We don't want to repeat ourselves.)
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On this day in music history, February 4:

1983 - Karen Carpenter, seventies MOR's greatest chanteuse, died after a long struggle with anorexia, which coincided with a long period of doubt over the direction of her singing career. She was 32.
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Sixty years ago on this day - February 6, 1945 - Bob Marley was born.

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On this day in 1942, February 10, Glenn Miller and his orchestra received a gold record from RCA Victor for their recording of "Chattanooga Choo Choo."
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On this day in 1964, February 12, the Beatles played their first proper American concert, at Carnegie Hall in New York.

How did they get there? They practiced, of course!
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On this day in 1964, February 16, the Beatles played their second date on "The Ed Sullivan Show" - live from the Deauville Hotel in Miami!
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On this day in 1878, February 19, Thomas Edison secrued a patent for his then-latest invention, the phonograph - which made our discussions of great albums possible!
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Fifty years ago today, February 25, 1955, Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music premiered on Broadway.
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Forty years ago today, March 2, 1965, the renowned musical movie The Sound Of Music, starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, premiered in New York.
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