Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1723: Composer Carl Friedrich Abel was born.
1821: Composer Giovanni Bottesini was born.
1858: Composer Giacomo Puccini was born.
1885: Composer Joseph Deems Taylor was born.
1968: Eric Burdon left the Animals.
1976: Isaac Hayes filed for bankruptcy.
1978: The stage version of Harry Nilsson’s “The Point” opened in London with Davy Jones and Micky Dolenz.
1984: CBS Records announced the upcoming release of Mick Jaggers first solo album, set for February, 1985. The album was titled “She’s the Boss.”
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