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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

This Day In Music

From Billboard.com and

2003, Ozzy & Kelly Osbourne went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Changes.' a remake of a track first sung by Ozzy on the Black Sabbath album Volume IV in 1972.
Interesting, I haven't heard that version.

1999 - Former Fab Four member Sir Paul McCartney plays a one-off gig at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, where the Beatles formed three decades earlier. It is the first time since the 1963 that McCartney has played the Cavern.
If you're a Beatles fan, that would have been something to see. See any of them perform where they broke their teeth.

1995 - White House classified documents are released revealing the FBI spied on John Lennon and his anti-war activities during the early '70s in a possible attempt to have the former Beatle deported. One report criticized Yoko Ono's singing ability.
[My emphasis] Even if Big Brother is watching, he evidently has a little bit of an ear for music.

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