Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1737: Composer Josef Myslivecek was born.
1942: Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra recorded “Well, Git It!”
1966: The Beach Boys recorded “God Only Knows.”
1975: Elvis Presley began his final recording session at RCA’s Hollywood studios.
1979: ABC-TV aired the documentary “Heroes of Rock & Roll.”
1995: Rapper T-Bone was acquitted of murder charges in Torance, CA.
1998: American dancer Alan Reed sued female Japanese star Seiko Matsuda for 48 million YEN in damages for alleged sexual harassment.
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