TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012
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TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012

1965, THE BEATLES RECORDED ‘DAY TRIPPER’ AT ABBEY ROAD STUDIO’S LONDON IN THREE TAKES, THEY THEN ADDED VOCALS AND OTHER OVERDUBS, COMPLETING THE SONG BEFORE THE END OF THE DAY.

1972, CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL SPLIT UP FOLLOWING THE FAILURE OF THEIR MOST RECENT ALBUM, ‘MARDI GRAS’. AFTER LIMITED SUCCESS AS A SOLO ACT AND SOME LEGAL HASSLES WITH FANTASY RECORDS, JOHN FOGARTY WOULD HAVE TWO BIG HITS IN 1980, ‘CENTER FIELD’ AND ‘ROCK AND ROLL GIRL’. JOHN’S BROTHER TOM FOGARTY DIED IN SEPTEMBER, 1990 AND THE SURVIVING MEMBERS HAVE BEEN TOURING AS CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVISITED

1992, BOB DYLAN’S 30TH ANNIVERSARY (OF HIS RECORDING DEBUT) TRIBUTE CONCERT TOOK PLACE AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN IN NEW YORK CITY. GUEST PERFORMERS INCLUDE NEIL YOUNG, ERIC CLAPTON, GEORGE HARRISON, ROGER MCGUINN, TOM PETTY, RON WOOD AND DYLAN HIMSELF.

2001, TWO SECURITY GUARDS WERE SACKED AFTER REFUSING TO ALLOW BOB DYLAN INTO HIS OWN CONCERT. DYLAN WHO HAD DEMANDED THAT SECURITY ON HIS ‘LOVE AND THEFT’ TOUR SHOULD BE TIGHTER THAN EVER DIDN’T HAVE A PASS WHEN HE ARRIVED BACKSTAGE.

2006, CBGB, THE LEGENDARY NEW YORK PUNK CLUB CREDITED WITH DISCOVERING PATTI SMITH AND THE RAMONES, CLOSED AFTER A FINAL GIG BY SMITH HERSELF. BLONDIE AND TALKING HEADS ALSO FOUND FAME AFTER PERFORMING AT THE CLUB, WHICH HELPED LAUNCH US PUNK MUSIC. THE VENUE FIRST OPENED IN DECEMBER 1973, ITS FULL NAME CBGB OMFUG STANDING FOR “COUNTRY, BLUEGRASS, BLUES AND OTHER MUSIC FOR UPLIFTING GORMANDIZERS

 

BORN TODAY

1923 – BERT KAEMPFERT, SONGWRITER, PRODUCER. PRESLEY AND SINATRA COVERED HIS SONGS, PRODUCED THE FIRST RECORDED BEATLES SESSION. HE DIED ON 21ST JUNE 1980.

1943 – FRED TURNER, BASS, VOCALS, BACHMAN TURNER OVERDRIVE

1953 – TONY CAREY, RAINBOW

1959 – GARY KEMP, GUITAR, KEYBOARDS, SPANDAU BALLET

1969 – WENDY WILSON, VOCALS, WILSON PHILLIPS, DAUGHTER OF BEACH BOY BRIAN WILSON

1977 – JOHN MAYER, US SINGER, SONGWRITER, 2003 GRAMMY AWARD WINNER FOR ‘OUR BODY IS A WONDERLAND’

1962 – MICHAEL BALZARY, (FLEA), BASS, VOCALS, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS,

 

 

FORGOTTEN SONG

I’LL TUMBLE 4 YA – CULTURE CLUB

I’LL TUMBLE 4 YA” WAS A SINGLE FROM CULTURE CLUB’S DEBUT ALBUM KISSING TO BE CLEVER.

THE SINGLE WAS RELEASED ONLY IN NORTH AMERICA, PEAKING AT NUMBER NINE IN BOTH THE U.S. AND CANADA. WITH THIS SINGLE, IN AMERICA, CULTURE CLUB WAS THE FIRST BAND TO HAVE THREE TOP-TEN SINGLES FROM A DEBUT ALBUM SINCE THE BEATLES.

“I’LL TUMBLE 4 YA” WAS ONE OF THE MOST PERFORMED SONGS BY CULTURE CLUB IN THEIR LIVE SHOWS. IT HAS APPEARED IN EVERY TOUR THEY DID

 

 

 

 

 

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LABEL VIRGIN
WRITER(S) CULTURE CLUB
PRODUCER STEVE LEVINE
CERTIFICATION GOLD (BPI, CRIA)

 

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