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US1RadioAugust 23rd, 2016 at 8:27pm

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This Day in Music
This Day in MusicAugust 23rd, 2016 at 8:27pm

23rd Aug 1970, Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground performed together for the last time at the New York Club 'Max's Kansas City'. Reed worked as a typist for his father for the next two years, at $40 per week. Hear Lou Reed and John...

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Classic Album: Velvet Underground & Nico Part I. Hear Lou Reed and John Cale talking about the...
The Velvet Underground & Nico is the debut album by American band the Velvet Underground and vocal collaborator Nico, released in March 1967. The album would gain attention for its experimental performance sensibilities, as well as the focus on controversial subject matter expressed in many of its s...
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Lee Elliott And I was there to hear it. Max's was my favorite hangout.
Peter Curran thanks
John Delong Lou you kool
James Turner J J Cale?
Anthony Wagstaffe Seminal
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This Day in MusicAugust 23rd, 2016 at 8:27pm

23rd Aug 1980, David Bowie was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Ashes To Ashes' his second UK No.1. Taken from the Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) album, the song continued the story of Major Tom from Bowie's 'Space Oddity'. The video for...

Eddie McDermott Remember people thinking the old woman walking along the beach with David at the end of the video was actually his grandmother lol
Tony Fekkin Coleby What an oddity this single was. Bowie jumping on the new wave train he ended up help driving. B-sided by a cover of a track from the opposite end of the century.
Ed Lucas I had a friend dare me to do a cover of this earlier in the year. I'd never heard of it, and I was one of those people who had never really tried to get into DB's work and was in for a surprise when I did take in a number of albums. I spent February/March unpacking this and doing my own version, interrupted from being more complete thanks to having to move house. Alas. Enjoy. https://soundcloud.com/tapkae-misc/ashes-to-ashes
Domenick Condello I remember when this album came out and it was the closest thing to Ziggy Stardust that he had done in years. It was different than anything else it came out that year. I wore that album out and had to get another one...
Daniel Paswaters Gotta Love David Bowie through and through no matter what years etc...😁 he is one of those artists that is always true to himself and serves the music! 🙂 that is rare these days... rest in peace David Bowie!...
Daniel Paswaters He always pushed the boundaries LOL he was always trippy enough for me to like 🙂 and I love all of his lyrics for the most part! Not to mention he wrote them himself or with other people that is a rarity these days hahaha
Jonathan David Harris Jay Alford hokie it ain't David Bowie was more than a singer songwriter ,he was an artist ,actor of enormous wealth .He had a personality that outshines anyone at all of today ..Saw him live brilliant ,brilliant I can only say .Ashes to ashes also starred the late Steve Strange of visage fame ..Please please watch him singing scared of Americans video .It's astonishing its hardly mentionied by anyone except me ,mega rare genius ,who worked with God in John Lennon ,oh sorry Queen as well .Sad also he performed with Marc Bolan on his last ever TV appearance in 1977 .Never see his like again ,plus he loved Iman his lovely wife as well .What a man who told the honours committee to fxxk off as well .🎤👏✌🗽.
Chris Jolly David Mallett directed the amazing video which was partly shot on Winchelsea beach!
Peter Black You do not become famous by acting normal. We can see normal everyday......
Jeremy Walker With Steve Strange in the video..
George Nelson Do you remember a guy that's been In such an early song I heard a rumour from ground control Oh no don't say it's true
Brad Johnson As a small kid, seeing this for the first time, it scared the hell out of me.
Peter Shiels Great performer seen him at Greens Playhouse and that wisnae yesterday'aladin sane'
Aidan Delaney Still got the 7" Not that disco re-mix though thankfully 😳
Jay Alford Great tune! The video seems A bit hokie now but was really amazing for that time.
Gordon Frantzreb We know Major Tom's a junkie
Muzz Mohamad Was Steve Strange of Visage in this video?
Warren Garrett The song that made me a Bowie fan for life...,,
Peter Curran had it on tape then cd
Pauline Cumbo Album on high rotation here. 😊
Peter Green 36 yrs young and still amazing
Michael Ruggiero Tremendous song!🎼🎼🎼🎼🎼
Michael Cramer Puddles the clown
Yury Bogatenkov творчество
Jim Beyel Loved that song, weird video!
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This Day in MusicAugust 23rd, 2016 at 8:27pm

23rd Aug 1967, Enjoying a wild birthday party Keith Moon drummer with The Who drove his Lincoln car into a Holiday Inn swimming pool. As the party had become out of control, the police were called to put an end to the festivities. Moon, ever...

Jan Scholl Anytime we have to pick up someone at the airport, we drive by this hotel (no longer a Holiday Inn, sadly). Flint, Michigan---still crazy after all these years!
Andrew Mikula I remember Keith's personal account of it in a Rolling Stone interview years later. During the same incident he chipped his front tooth - really broke it -- after slipping on marzipan that had fallen to the floor in a Who food fight. This incident earned The Who a lifetime ban at Holiday Inns, which may have been a first for a rock group.
Edo van Heese Didn't he also drove a MiniCooper into a hotel lobby...
Phil Bryan One of the greatest percussionists ever to sit behind a kit.
Ernie Gartner Bell Boy, I got to get running now Bell Boy, keep my lip buttoned down Bell Boy, carry this baggage out Bell Boy, always running at someone's pleading heel…😀😀😀
Brian Bettridge That was Rock n Roll. RIP Keith Moon
John Harrison I thought he also put a Rolls Royce into his pool in UK.
Phil McEleney Such a waste. That was a great car.
Jay Nich Drove the bus the who was never the same, was a drumming mad man, GOAT
Matt Ginsburg I saw him in 75 at the spectrum. Amazing drummer and band. The article is off by a decade
Pamela Walker Johnson
Anne Sheremeta Most high IQ people I know are fucking crazy and are typically very creative. Moon's IQ is 149...love the crazies!
Jim Wrenn Tricia, Louise, and Kathy: long ago in Michigan...
Tom Allen Peter C Cavanaugh on Facebook DJ in Flint at that time should have an interesting perspective on this.
Mathew Chapman Nicholas Chapman RnFnR !! The Who Not only awesome music - but fkn wild!!!
John P. Riley Moon the loon...
Becky Lee Moon the Loon
Robert Neill Rock on Keith RIP
Michael Hellqvist Such a tragic person 👎👎
Andrew Brown Oh to have been at one of his parties!!!
Greg Hopkins And he never had a driving license 😳
Don Ide Always running at someone's bleeding heel.
Les Shifler 'Always running at someone's bleedin' heel.'
Kath Slaughter Hence the Moon under Water on Deansgate😉
Christine Penrose What a guy....
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This Day in MusicAugust 23rd, 2016 at 8:27pm

To finish off our Supremes day, here is part 1 of our This Day in Music Radio Supremes special. Diana, Mary and Florence formed their first group the Primettes in Detroit and by 1961 they had signed to Motown, America's most successful independent record label....

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This Day in MusicAugust 23rd, 2016 at 8:27pm

To celebrate The Supremes first No.1 with 'Where Did Our Love Go' on this day in 1964, We have 10 Supremes Songs You Must Listen To! Have look:
http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/supremes_songs_you_must_listen_to

Sharon Crimmins Love the Supremes...💖
Rita Lane Me encantó este trío...siempre ❤
Aja Donald Russell I also love the J. Geils Band cover!
Daniel Rudbal ..my ALL TIME FAVOURITE GROUP .. ALL TIME !
Michael Purpi the greatest girl group of all time
Dean Burleson Dumb picture , covering your faces up with coffee cups .
This Day in Music
This Day in MusicAugust 23rd, 2016 at 8:27pm

22nd Aug 1964, The Supremes started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Where Did Our Love Go' the girl group's first No.1. Holland–Dozier–Holland had originally composed the song for The Marvelettes to record it who rejected the song, thinking...

Ron Arnette The song that got everyone 's attention and then what came after.... pure perfection! I 'm so glad Motown is the soundtrack of my life. What an exciting time!
Tracey Hardy Stoned love ,one of my favourites I played it over and over ,if you ever get to see a cover band called baby love go see them excellent ,look and sound like the real thing ,well they did to me ,
Rajohn-Zack Smith B4 Density's Child; Beyoncé, Kelly, and Michelle. There were The Supremes.
Theresa Tilton I first heard it as the newest tune being played on jukeboxes in Panama City, Florida.
Charlie Hernandez .....'My World is empty, without u babe' ...... Diana Ross was sensational
Andy Smyth Hey, Joe P, remember singing that in the hallway at Malverne HS?
Lori Green I liked them alot...but not as much as the Ronettes 😉
Julie Herschthal Iconic image & song "Baby Baby Baby....."nothing came close to that original sound playing on AM radio that summer
Judy McKay These girls were class, talent along with beauty!
Georgia O'Hara I DO remember ! 🙂
Alan Denning Mmmm chocolate n honey deeeliciousness. A package of pop perfection
Edward Killebrew Amen Godbless
Merlin Zimmet Loved the Suprenes.
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