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Monthly Archive: September 2012

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J.J. Johnson – Tribute To Charlie Parker – 1964 – Past Daily Downbeat

Click on the link here for Audio Player:CharlieParkerTribute1964-10-18BBC2TVLondonUK A tribute concert this weekend, via the BBC and a special TV Program from Ocober 18, 1964 devoted to the music of Charlie Parker, with legendary Trombonist J.J. Johnson leading an all-star contingent consisting of Howard McGhee on Trumpet, Sonny Stitt on...

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XTC – In Concert – 1978 – Past Daily Backstage Weekend

Become a Patron! XTC this weekend, recorded live in concert from March 25, 1978 – when the band was just 15 months old. Argued over whether they were more popular in the U.S. than the UK, they had mass appeal and a string of hits to prove it worldwide. Although...

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September 28, 1938 – Making The Case For Appeasement

Click on the link here for Audio Player: News for Sept. 28, 1938 This day in 1938 saw the world hold its collective breath. In a special broadcast from the BBC in London, reports were coming in regarding Prime Minister Chamberlain’s address to Parliament on the situation in Czechoslovakia and...

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The Screamin’ Abdabs – 1965 – Nights At The Roundtable

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Screamin’ Abdabs – Lucy Leave – 1965 Unless you already knew, Pink Floyd went under several names before they settled on the one that would lead to fame and fortune. One of those names was The Abdabs, or The Screamin’ Abdabs. Here...

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September 27,1944 – The Drive East And The Death Of Aimee Semple McPherson

Click on the link here for Audio Player: News for September 27, 1944 News for this September 27th in 1944 was about Allied advances around Belgium and Holland and the first troops to hit German soil. It was also about British airborne troops evacuating positions around Arnheim and hard-fought battles...

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Marc Bolan – 1966 – Nights At The Roundtable

Click on the link here for Audio Player: MarcBolan – San Francisco Poet – 1966 Long before T. Rex, and just before John’s Children, Marc Bolan was pounding the musical pavement, hoping for recognition. He was briefly signed by Decca Records (UK) and issued three singles for that label before...