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  • This Day in Music--March 25

    As part of my "This day in T&F" series, I include other events in history. Came across this gem for today. The links provide a great look at the changing music scene, as well as a profile of one of rock's legends--Murray the K!

    1967 The Who and Cream(Eric Clapton) make U.S. debut at Murray the K's Easter Show at the Brooklyn Fox Theater in NY..
    Poster/Story:[/url]http://twtd.bluemountains.net.au/cream/gears/murraythek.htmhttps://<br /> <br /> More on Murr...5th Beatle”:http://www.emusic.com/features/spotlight/277_200702.html

    Wierd coincidence--I'm watching a "Classic Concert" featuring the great Ella Fitzgerald and she's singing Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love"!

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    March 25th used to be the first day of the year in England until 1752

    (1751 was only 282 days long. 1752 lasted 355 days).

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      Re: This Day in Music--March 25

      Originally posted by Walt Murphy
      As part of my "This day in T&F" series, I include other events in history. Came across this gem for today. The links provide a great look at the changing music scene, as well as a profile of one of rock's legends--Murray the K!

      1967 The Who and Cream(Eric Clapton) make U.S. debut at Murray the K's Easter Show at the Brooklyn Fox Theater in NY..
      Poster/Story:[/url]http://twtd.bluemountains.net.au/cream/gears/murraythek.htmhttps://<br /> <br /> More on Murray...5th Beatle”:http://www.emusic.com/features/spotlight/277_200702.html

      Wierd coincidence--I'm watching a "Classic Concert" featuring the great Ella Fitzgerald and she's singing Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love"!
      Ella used to outriff the horn players--and they loved it.

      jim

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