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This Day in MusicOctober 25th, 2016 at 6:13am

25th Oct 1969, 'Sugar Sugar' by The Archies was at No.1 on the UK singles chart. It stayed at the top for eight weeks, and was also No.1 in the US, selling over six million copies worldwide. The Archies were a rock group based on...

Brian Bettridge Interestingly this bubblegum number and Yummy Yummy I've got love in my tummy by Ohio Express were the two songs I was taught to Cha Cha to so as a 13 yr old I was impressed that I was that close to a girl...memories...hehehe
Bill Farrand Terrible bubble gum song! I couldn't believe it when this song beat out Come Together by the Beatles for some award. I don't think a Grammy, some other award.....the 60s were good, my memory isn't.
Chris J. Price Each to their own, I was 7 and thought it was FAB... B| (y)
Anthony Titulaer Anyone know who the model and/ or singer was? Someone famous?
Russ Demond Wasn't this posted a couple of months back or was it when it hit #1 in the states!?
Michael Reed One of the greatest pop songs ever. I would love it if some could to a seven minute club mix of it.
Paul J Lewis Had the 45 when I was 4? Preferred my Jungle Book soundtrack.
Chuck Myra I wish I had written this song. I would own my own private island right now. $$$$$$$$$$$$
Jill Farley Mears This has to be one of the Worst bubble gum songs EVER done!!
Rick Anthony I never understood the appeal of this song.
Ray Graham Sucrose ... Ah, fructose fructose
Michael Kolz Meine erste Schallplatte :)))
Le Ann Shiplet I dig that song.
Kenneth Johnson Love that song
Gregg Goins I like Wilson Pickett's version better
Craig Huston I dig the album/single cover more than the song itself.
Denise Blake Remember it well.
Mike Argo The launch of bubble gum music?
Cat Kelly groovy
Beverley Hendrickse my ring tone
Stanley Crickett must say i like your cover better
Paul Betts Just shows - shit sticks...!
Barbara Jayne Harris Still love this, always makes me want to dance
David Vout Love it
Alvaro Franco Herrera Trash.
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This Day in MusicOctober 25th, 2016 at 6:13am

Happy 80th birthday to Bill Wyman, born on 24th Oct 1936, bass, The Rolling Stones (1969 UK & US No.1 single 'Honky Tonk Women', and over 30 Top 40 UK & US singles and albums. Quit The Stones in 1993, 1981 UK solo No.14 'Je...

Michael Jorgensen Happy birthday Bill. One of the first bass parts I ever really noticed was your bass part on "I'm King Bee" from the first Stones album back in the early 60's.
Robert Sailer The quiet one's are always the craziest out of the bunch. I know, I'm a recovering punk rock bassist.
Peter Learmouth Great, inventive bass player. Beautiful bassline on 'Miss You.' Happy birthday, Bill.
Paul Pieczynski Undercover of the Night was not a great song, but the bass line was great. I'm assuming that was Bill.
Alex Vázquez Felicidades Bill, que cumplas muchos, pero muchos mas. Para seguir disfrutando de tu talento.
Sue Lynn Babington Mandy was 14 when he first started dating her, he lucky to have got away with it.
Richard Williams Happy birthday,Bill!! 80!???!
Gregg Goins 2000 Light Years From Home , that Bass Line !
Kurt Riedberger Bill Wyman,,,,Happy Birthday,,,,,,!!!
Cindy Tumin I'm in good company!
Tracey Wood Happy Birthday Bill ur a legend
Cindy Poirier Happy Birthday Bill
Fancy Prodahl glad i got to see him perform with the group in 1989 before he retired
Mary Stewart Cennamo Happy Birthday! You are a conquest!
Scott Evans Happy Birthday
Thomas Turley Very under rated bass player. A very look guy. Happy Birthday Bill!
Ranieri Romano HAPPY BBDAY BILL 🎩🎩🎩
Thomas Sullivan Weiss Happy birthday dear Bill It's my birthday too United Nations Day
Susan Lipop Happy Birthday xx
Jim Dawes Happy Birthday Bill :).
Jack Patterson Holy sh*t 80!
Jason Clark Paedophile
Aranza St Claire 80! Really?! Wow!
Lynn Etchison Happy birthday 😊
Rajendra Kamat Is he alive ?
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This Day in MusicOctober 25th, 2016 at 6:13am

24th Oct 1962, US Soul singer James Brown recorded his legendary 'Live At The Apollo' album. The album was listed at No.24 in Rolling Stone magazine's 2003 list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. https://audioboom.com/posts/4792032-james-brown-martha-high-part-i-martha-was-jb-s-longest-running-female-vocalist-and-his-closest-ally-for-over-three-decades-the-hardest-working-woman-in-showbusiness-tells-her-story?t=0

Kathy Jo North Thanks, I was looking to buy a James Brown album looks like this is the one.
Wanda Swisher Such a great soul singer.
Blaine Kellis Hello Boo!
Paul Brandham Sam Mus
Michael R. Zoglio <3
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This Day in MusicOctober 25th, 2016 at 6:13am

See how many you can score out of 20 in our Bob Dylan quiz: http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/bob_dylan_quiz

Fernando Neguinho Menegollo The only thing I know about Dylan is that he's very very boring....
Katie Nickolai 65% for me.......wow, that was rather difficult lol
Thomas Bivens 65% - and I'm a lifelong fan.
John Elmore Got 55%. Tough Quiz!!
Dan Marley 70%..................and a lot of guessing
Steve Kaisler 70%. That was tough
Baki Baldus 60 % not bad
Jovana Bobić 45%
Frank Longo 60%
Geo Williams The best songwriter ever!!!:-)
Paul Denning Never liked him.
Deborah Leigh Davies Cathy Searles show this quiz to Bruce for me
Dan Shive Don't like him
Ron Sprinz John Elmore- you must have already taken this ?!
Martha Moore 60
Kim Thompson Deborah Leigh Davies I got 70% lol
Alexandra Lee Vining Adam Murray I suck
Deborah Leigh Davies I got 35% Kim Kim Thompson
Wayne Terrence Bowen John Michael Kingsbury quiz for you mate
Carrie Heady Sam Heady 😊
Sam Crass Gilbert
Craig Gellatly Philip
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This Day in MusicOctober 25th, 2016 at 6:13am

23rd Oct 1966, The Jimi Hendrix Experience recorded their first single 'Hey Joe', at De Lane Lea studios in London. The earliest known commercial recording of the song is the late-1965 single by the Los Angeles garage band the The Leaves; the band then re-recorded...

Stephen Morrow Love also do a version of Hey Joe. I believe it was recorded before this one. I also read somewhere that is where Jimi heard the song. I could be wrong on both counts. The Love version is a bit frantic. I prefer this one.
Darci Drewel Hedden With all due respect to Jimi, my favorite version of Hey Joe was performed by the late, great Tim Rose--also a member of the trio Big 3 with Cass Elliot and Jim Hendricks. He's definitely worthy of a listen. ⭐️😊
Michael Gordon Your genius is still missed today 😢 The word 'guitar' would have a vastly different meaning for us all had Jimi Hendrix lived.
Chester Clarke I remember going through the record rack at the Harvard Coop and seeing the first Hendrix album. I had never heard of the band. I bought it, based on the cover. It turned out to have been a good choice!
Megan Welle I'm pretty sure Hey Joe was the first song you ever played for me ❤️ Conrad Woodward
Jonathan David Harris And this was when music history changed forevermore .Jimi Hendrix and the experience created this masterpiece of an album .Still still 49 year's on Are you Experienced blows you totally today even more than the starkest stalest popsicles of today I say .of 2016 .
Samuel Stegora Hey Joe where you gonna go with that gun in your hand? The way Jimi played that guitar on that song. Love it, from the Master of the Stratocaster. 🎸🎶😎
Mike Begley Recorded the definitive version of "The Star Spangled Banner"... Requiescat in Pace.
Dave Diggs What a badass year for R&R... I think I was born that year.
Paul Wheeler I've heard a version by surf instrumental band the Safaris which ain't bad, more famous for 'Wipeout' of course.
Bob Gray Roy Buchanan also has a totally ripping version he did in tribute to Hendrix.
Don Hood I am old enough to remember the leaves version which I liked a lot. Hendrix version was great as well
Mike Larson .
Melissa B. Lee One of my fave songs by Jimi
Darrell Wood Like believe The Byrds covered it as well .
Jerome Evanson "Will the wind every remember The names it has blown in the past And with it's crutch, it's old age and it's wisdom, It whispers no this will be the last..." Saw him all 3 times he landed in his hometown Seattle. Iconic musician. Everyone in his orbit at that time knew it.
Les Shifler I love Johnny Rivers version, as well....
Luis F Osber
Sean Clayton Two days before I was born. Jimi was special! 💔
Mary Leighton Thank you.
Wanda Swisher I will always love me some Jimi..
Rory McDowell The Byrd's also did Hey Joe on their first slbum
Bill Brown Named our little man after him hendrix
Michael Hellqvist Hendrix.....soooo over rated😴
Joe Bradley Awesome
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This Day in MusicOctober 25th, 2016 at 6:13am

23rd Oct 1963, Bob Dylan recorded 'The Times They Are A-Changin' at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City. Dylan wrote the song as a deliberate attempt to create an anthem of change for the time, influenced by Irish and Scottish ballads. In January 1984,...

Mike Considine Seriously, This Day In Music. You couldn't address the song's association with the Civil Rights Movement? Instead you promote Steve Jobs celebrating the cover of the book without reading its contents, as John Lennon would say. I'm hoping this was some misguided attempt at humor.
Iver Burl Come gather 'round people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around you have grown And accept it that soon You'll be drenched to the bone If your time to you Is worth savin' Then you better start swimmin' Or you'll sink like a stone For the times they are a changin' Come writers and critics Who prophesize with your pen And keep your eyes wide The chance won't come again And don't speak too soon For the wheel's still in spin And there's no tellin' who That it's namin' For the loser now Will be later to win For the times they are a-changin' Come senators, congressmen Please heed the call Don't stand in the doorway Don't block up the hall For he that gets hurt Will be he who has stalled There's a battle outside ragin' It'll soon shake your windows And rattle your walls For the times they are a-changin' Come mothers and fathers Throughout the land And don't criticize What you can't understand Your sons and your daughters Are beyond your command Your old road is rapidly agin' Please get out of the new one If you can't lend your hand For the times they are a-changin'
Stephen Morrow Old fat white rich men with fascist tendencies and an eye on empire were running the world back then. On the face of it,the times have changed. Barack is black,,,and slim, hopefully to be replaced with a woman. Putun is slim,as is Assad. Theresa May is not only slim,like the cuddly Angella Merkel, she is a women. Have things changed in a worldwide sense for the better? With an old fat rich fascist white sex offender man just a stones throw from securing the position of greatest bully/most powerful man on the planet, maybe not.
Linda Golon Robbins Great album. When it came out I remember going over to Bill's house & listening to it over & over & over again! Love this one. Thanks Frank
Sherman Baker Steve Jobs self serving use of Dylan and other icons is gross and not needed here.
Jim Domings You guys complaining about Steve Jobs have an iPhone? Come on...show of hands😂😎
Lotty Bayabos Warren There's no one deserves more of the Nobel Prize! than Dylan🙏🙏👍👍
Duffy Fredenburg Mountain's "Masters of War" album is all Dylan covers including this song. Good stuff....
David Riley Bob Dylan reshaped popular music, Steve Jobs reshaped American industry by sending our jobs to China, OH what a great inovator !
Renee Soto ❤️ Bob Dylan
Ellen Allentoff Awesome songwriter Horrible singer
Kisha Linda He has stated he didn't have any noble motivation. He is just a good wordsmith trying to make a buck.
Carol Green the battle outside is raging
Tracey Wood Great song one of my favorite Bob Dylan
Alf A. Romeo Bob Dylan sux
Michael Minock The hell with Steve Jobs.
Glenn Richard Olson This album changed America.
Nancy Belanger No, please no Steve Jobs is like Dylan!
Lawrence Fredson Folk Tradition Classic by Bob Dylan
Sherman Baker http://youtu.be/E3s-qZsjK8I
Marcos Romanholy
Graham Harvey An amazing song from an amazing album!
Paul Libman Come on Dylan, call those people back
Kevin Liening Restless Farewell, for me, best song on the album!
Greg Pike Bob Dylan once said " the reason John Lennon was killed because he was famous " Hence the reason the can't find him to give him Nobel Peace Prize because he don't want it
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