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    Amy Winehouse 5 years

    Sorry, ment to say July.
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    Amy Winehouse 5 years

    23rd June is the 5th anniversary of Amy's death. Nice podcast with her here, she was such a talent. Amy Winehouse
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    Music Quiz

    Any good at music quizzes? Good page of quizzes here, from Elvis, Beatles, Pink Floyd, Bowie, Dylan, Springsteen, Janis Joplin and loads of others. See how many you can score out of 20: This Day in Music Quiz
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    Music Quizzes

    See how many you can score out of 20. This Day in Music Quiz
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    Led Zeppelin Quiz

    Pretty hard Led Zeppelin quiz here, see how many you can score out of 20. Led Zeppelin Quiz
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    Kiki Dee

    Kiki Dee has a new song out, I've always loved her voice. Good tune.
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    This Day in Music

    15th May 1994, Blur scored their first UK No.1 album with ‘Parklife’, which went on to spend over two years on the chart. The album featured four UK hit singles: 'Girls & Boys', 'End of a Century', 'Parklife' and 'To the End'. In the year following its release the album came to define the...
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    This Day in Music

    16th March 1964, The Beatles set a new record for advance sales in the U.S. with 2,100,000 copies of their latest single 'Can't Buy Me Love.' When pressed by American journalists in 1966 to reveal the song's "true" meaning, Paul McCartney stated "I think you can put any interpretation you want...
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    This Day in Music

    14th March 1964, For the first time in British recording history, all Top Ten singles in the UK were by British acts.
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    This Day in Music

    12th March 1968, The Rolling Stones started recording their next single 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' with new producer Jimmy Miller at Olympic studios in London. Keith Richards has stated that he and Jagger wrote the lyrics while staying at Richards' country house, where they were awakened one morning...
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    This Day in Music

    11th March 1978, The debut single from Kate Bush, 'Wuthering Heights' a song inspired by the Emily Bronte novel, started a four-week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart. Record company, EMI had originally chosen another track, 'James and the Cold Gun' as the lead single, but Bush was determined...
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    This Day in Music

    Best rock album ever? On 10th March 1973, Pink Floyd released their eighth studio album 'The Dark Side Of The Moon' in the US. It remained in the US charts for 741 discontinuous weeks from 1973 to 1988, longer than any other album in history. More on the story...
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    This Day in Music

    8th March 2009, A blue plaque in honour of The Who drummer Keith Moon was unveiled on the site of the Marquee Club in Soho, London, where in 1964 the band played the first of 29 gigs there. Fans on scooters turned up to pay tribute to Moon, who was 32 when he died of an accidental overdose in...
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    This Day in Music

    March 7th 1966, Tina Turner recorded her vocal on the Phil Spector produced 'River Deep Mountain High'. It went on to make No.3 in the UK but only No.88 on the US chart. Hear more at http://audioboo.fm/boos/1252255-this-day-in-music-7th-march
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    This Day in Music

    March 6th 1982, Tight Fit were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with their version of The Tokens hit 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight.' It was first recorded by its writer, Solomon Linda, and his group, The Evening Birds, in 1939. In 2004, the song became the subject of a lawsuit between the family of...
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    This Day in Music

    5th March 1983, Michael Jackson started a seven week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Billie Jean', his fourth solo US No.1, also No.1 in the UK. And on this day Jacksons album 'Thriller' went to No.1 for the first time on the UK album chart, it went on to become the biggest selling...
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    This Day in Music

    4th March 1966, John Lennon's statement that The Beatles were 'more popular than Jesus Christ' was published in The London Evening Standard. "Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. We’re more popular then Jesus now; I don’t know which will go first, rock ‘n’ roll or Christianity. Jesus...
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    This Day in Music

    1st March 1944, Born on this day, Roger Daltrey, vocals, The Who, (1965 UK No.2 single 'My Generation' plus over 20 other UK hit singles, 16 US Top 40 singles, rock opera albums 'Tommy' & 'Quadrophenia'). Solo, (1973 UK No.5 single 'Giving It All Away')...
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    This Day in Music

    27th Feb 2004, A worker in a supermarket in Aspen, Colorado alerted the police-after seeing a man shopping with his face covered by a mask. Police arrived on the scene and identified the man as Michael Jackson who was in town on holiday with his children.
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    This Day in Music

    26th Feb 1932, Born on this day, Johnny Cash, US country singer, songwriter who had a 1969 US No.2 & UK No.4 single with ‘A Boy Named Sue’ plus 11 other US Top 40 singles. He had the US TV Johnny Cash show in the late 60s’ early 70s. Cash died of respiratory failure on September 12th 2003, aged...
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