Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1805: Composer Johann Peter Emilius Hartmann was born.
1937: Duke Ellington and his band recorded “Caravan.”
1956: “The Platters” was released. It was the group’s first album.
1964: Jan and Dean began recording “Little Old Lady From Pasadena.”
1968: The Rascals recorded “People Got to Be Free.”
1976: Keith Relf (Yardbirds) was electrocuted by his son’s electric guitar. He was 33 years old.
1988: Atlantic Records celebrated its 40th anniversary with a televised cable show.
1998: Frank Sinatra died after a heart attack at the age of 82.
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