Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1959: The Isley Brothers recorded “Shout.”
1963: Peter, Paul and Mary’s “Blowin’ In The Wind” was released.
1966: Bob Dylan was seriously injured when he crashed his motorcycle near Woodstock, NY.
1968: The Byrds left on their tour of South Africa without Gram Parsons. He had refused to set foot in a country where apartheid was official policy.
1978: Kenny Loggins “Whenever I Call You Friend” was released.
1981: The debut album “Time” was released by The Time.
1987: Michigan’s governor announced an annual “Four Tops Day.”
1998: Miramax Films announced that they had purchased the rights to the Beatle’s movie “A Hard Day’s Night” with the intention of releasing a remastered version on the movie’s 35th anniversary.
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