20 July

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1963 Lesley Gore releases "Judy's Turn To Cry."

1963 Ray Conniff's Concert In Rhythm and Memories Are Made Of This are certified gold.

1961 The Beatles, known as The Beat Brothers, get some press in the British paper Mersey Beat, which announces their first record deal.

1961 The Leslie Bricusse - Anthony Newley musical Stop The World - I Want To Get Off premieres in London.

1958 Mick MacNeil (keyboardist for Simple Minds) is born on the Isle of Barra, Scotland.

1956 Paul Cook (drummer for The Sex Pistols) is born in Hammersmith, London.

1947 Carlos Santana (of Santana) is born in Autlán de Navarro, Jalisco, Mexico.

1946 John Almond (of The Johnny Almond Music Machine, Mark-Almond) is born in Enfield, Middlesex, England.

1945 Tony Thorpe (guitarist, vocalist for The Rubettes) is born in Smithfield, London, England.

1945 Kim Carnes is born in Los Angeles, California.

1944 T.G. Sheppard is born William Neal Browder in Humboldt, Tennessee.

1943 John Lodge (bass guitarist for The Moody Blues) in Erdington, Birmingham, England.

1933 "Party Doll" singer Buddy Knox is born in Happy, Texas.

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Man Walks On The Moon, Bowie Soundtracks It


When the Apollo 11 spacecraft lands on the moon and Neil Armstrong takes his one giant leap for mankind, it reverberates through the world of music.

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