Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1857: Composer Cecile Chaminade was born.
1960: 25,000 copies of “Tell Laura I Love Her” were destroyed by Decca Records. It was said that the song was “too tasteless and vulgar for English sensibility.”
1970: Janis Joplin bought a headstone for the grave of blues singer Bessie Smith. Smith was one of Joplin’s idols.
1982: Mickey Thompson (Jefferson Starship) married Sara Kendrick.
1989: Danny Elfman’s musical score “Batman: Motion Picture Score” was released.
2000: In Portugal, Oasis walked off stage for the second time in two weeks when drummer Alan White was hit by a rock.
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