95. TODAY IN HISTORY—MONDAY, APRIL 05, 2021

31. 1941 Saturday: The Afrika Korps continues driving across the North African desert, three big prongs seeking to converge on the Egyptian frontier. The British are in headlong retreat but preparing to make a stand so as to halt the Axis drive on the Suez Canal.

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95. TODAY IN HISTORY—MONDAY, APRIL 05, 2021:

Easter Monday

President George Washington; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Samuel Freeman Miller and Abe Fortas; U.S. Attorney General Philander C. Knox; U.S. Secretary of State (and General) Colin Powell; Black Sabbath featuring Cozy Powell, Canned Heat featuring Bob “the Bear” Hite, Elvis Presley, the Hollies featuring Allan Clarke, KISS featuring Mark St. John, Nirvana featuring Kurt Cobain, Steppenwolf featuring Kent Henry, and Trapeze featuring Dave Holland:

  1. 456 Wednesday: St. Patrick returns to Ireland as a missionary bishop.
  2. 1614 Saturday: Pocahontas, daughter of the leader of the Powhatan tribe, married English colonist, John Rolfe, in Virginia.  A convert to Christianity, she went by the name of ‘Lady Rebecca.”
  3. 1621 Monday: The Mayflower sails from Plymouth on a return trip to England.
  4. 1762 Monday: The British take Grenada, West Indies, from the French.
  5. 1764 Thursday: Britain’s Parliament passed the American Revenue Act of 1764, also known as the Sugar Act.
  6. 1768 Tuesday: Birkenhead Park, the first civic public park, opens in Birkenhead, England.
  7. 1792 Thursday: President George Washington cast his first veto, rejecting a congressional measure for apportioning representatives among the states.
  8. 1806 Saturday: Isaac Quintard patented the cider mill on this date.
  9. 1816 Friday: In Richmond, Kentucky, the future 36th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Freeman Miller is born.  A Whig and then a Republican, President Abraham Lincoln nominated Miller to fill Associate Justice Peter Daniel’s seat.  He served from 07-16-1862 to 10-13-1890.
  10. 1843 Wednesday: Queen Victoria proclaimed Hong Kong to be a British crown colony.
  11. 1864 Tuesday: Ben Field and George M. Pullman received a U.S. patent for an “improvement in (rail) sleeping-cars” that consisted of a folding upper berth.
  12. 1869 Monday:  Daniel Bakeman, the last surviving soldier of the U.S. Revolutionary War, died at the age of 109.
  13. 1887 Tuesday: In Tuscumbia, Alabama, Anne Sullivan achieved a breakthrough as her blind and deaf pupil, Helen Keller, learned the meaning of the word, “water,” as spelled out in the Manual Alphabet.
  14. 1895 Friday: Oscar Wilde lost his criminal libel case against the Marquis of Queensberry, who had accused the writer of homosexual practices.
  15. 1900 Thursday: In Brussels, Belgium, assassins attempt to take the life of Edward, the Prince of Wales.
  16. 1901 Friday: The 44th U.S. Attorney General Philander C. Knox assumes his office on this date.  A Republican, he served under Presidents William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt from 04-05-1901 to 06-30-1904, then became 40th U.S. Secretary of State and then a senator from Pennsylvania.
  17. 1915 Monday: Jess Willard knocked out Jack Johnson in the 26th round for the heavyweight boxing title of the world.  Elsewhere, as World War I (the Great War at this time) continues, King George V orders that no royal households partake of alcohol.
  18. 1916 Wednesday: Heavy fighting continues around Verdun as the Germans continue making headway again in their effort to smash through the French lines.  Elsewhere, in the Mesopotamian Front, British troops are poised on the right bank of the Tigris River to drive the Ottoman Turks out of Iraq. 
  19. 1917 Thursday: As Russian forces continue suffering defeats on all fronts, especially at the hands of the Germans and Austro-Hungarians, dissension is beginning to set in among the ranks.  Talk of revolution is in the air, sporadic mutinies occur here and there.  The Czar’s government demands the troops do their duty.
  20. 1918 Friday: The fighting along the Somme River in France begins coming to an end as both sides are exhausted and conditions on the front are not good.  The Germans continue landing troops in Finland and on the Asiatic side of Russia, Japanese troops are landing in the ports to take control of them so as to stop the Bolsheviks from taking them.
  21. 1919 Saturday: The Polish Army executes 35 young Jews.  Elsewhere, heavyweight boxer Jess Willard knocked Jack Johnson out in Havana, Cuba.
  22. 1923 Thursday: Firestone Tire and Rubber Company puts their inflatable tires into production on this date.
  23. 1925 Sunday: During an exhibition game, the New York Yankees whip the Brooklyn Dodgers 16-9; however, Babe Ruth collapses from an ulcer.
  24. 1930 Saturday: Mahatma Gandhi defied British law by making salt in India.
  25. 1932 Tuesday: In the Dominion of Newfoundland, 10,000 rioters seize the Colonial Building, which leads to the end of self-government. 
  26. 1933 Wednesday: President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order creating the Civilian Conservation Corps and an anti-hoarding order that effectively prohibited private ownership of gold.  Meanwhile, the first operation to remove a lung took place at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Mo.
  27. 1936 Sunday: A tornado virtually annihilates the town of Tupelo, Mississippi, leading to the deaths of 216 citizens.
  28. 1937 Monday: In New York City, future U.S. Army General, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and 65th U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell is born.  He served under President George W. Bush from 01-20-2001 to 01-26-2005.  Many thought Secretary Powell would one day run for president but so far, he has refrained from entering presidential politics.
  29. 1938 Tuesday: Anti-Jewish riots break out in Dabrowa, Poland.
  30. 1939 Wednesday: In Nazi Germany, membership in Hitler Youth becomes obligatory.
  31. 1941 Saturday: The Afrika Korps continues driving across the North African desert, three big prongs seeking to converge on the Egyptian frontier.  The British are in headlong retreat but preparing to make a stand so as to halt the Axis drive on the Suez Canal.
  32. 1942 Sunday: Allan Clarke—future vocalist/guitarist with the British rock band, the Hollies[i]—is born in Salford, Lancashire, England on this date.  Elsewhere, the Imperial Japanese troops continue their drive to destroy all American and Filipino forces in the Bataan Peninsula, the final defensive positions left on Luzon.  Fighting is heavy, both sides are suffering heavy losses but the Japanese can replace theirs and their supplies.  The Americans and Filipinos cannot.
  33. 1943 Monday: The British and Americans continue their hammer blows against the sagging Afrika Korps but whatever they do, they cannot penetrate their lines or force them to surrender.  The fight goes on…
  34. 1944 Wednesday: In World War II, 270 inhabitants of the Greek village of Kleisoura die at the hands of Nazi executioners.  In the China-Burma-India Theater, aka the CBI, the Imperial Japanese forces have failed to displace the British line at Imphal.  It is clear that the ebb of battle is now going against the Japanese and it’s clear that soon, they will be in headlong retreat with the Brits harrying them on the way.
  35. 1945 Thursday: As the war in Europe appears to be ending, the people of Czechoslovakia increase their activities to drive the Germans out of their country.  Uprisings among the people occur with more frequency and the Nazis are doing their best to hightail it out of the country.  Meanwhile, the Red Army continues pushing toward Berline overrunning East Prussia and sowing terror among the German civilian population.
  36. 1948 Monday: Kent Henry, future guitarist with the rock band, Steppenwolf[ii], was born on this date in Hollywood, California.  Elsewhere, future drummer, Dave Holland, is born in Northampton, England, on this date who would play with the British band, Trapeze[iii] 1969-1979.
  37. 1951 Thursday: A judge sentenced Julius and Ethel Rosenberg to death following their conviction in New York on charges of conspiring to commit espionage for the Soviet Union.
  38. 1954 Monday: The U.S. Supreme Court, in Federal Communications Commission v. American Broadcasting Co., Inc., unanimously ruled that TV quiz shows did not violate lottery laws.  Meanwhile, Elvis Presley[iv] records his debut single, “That’s All Right Mama.”  Elsewhere, the fighting at Dien Bien Phu continues to seesaw back and forth over the same ground as the French Union forces and their People’s Army counterparts continue fighting over the Elianes and Huguette 7 position.  The question is, who can outlast who?
  39. 1955 Tuesday: Winston Churchill resigns as British prime minister due to health reasons; Anthony Eden succeeds him.
  40. 1964 Sunday: Army General Douglas MacArthur died in Washington at age 84.
  41. 1967 Wednesday: In the NBA, Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia 76ers scores a record 41 rebounds.
  42. 1974 Friday: Doubleday Books released Stephen King’s first published novel, “Carrie.”  Meanwhile, the then-tallest building in New York City, the World Trade Center, opens with 110 stories.
  43. 1976 Monday: Reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes died in Houston, Texas, at age 70.
  44. 1981 Sunday:  Canned Heat’s[v] original lead singer, Bob “the Bear” Hite died in Los Angeles, California, at age 38 on this date, the victim of a heart attack.  Meanwhile, in the NHL, the Philadelphia Flyers amass a record of 2,621 penalty minutes.
  45. 1982 Monday: In Washington, D.C., the 95th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Abe Fortas died.  President Lyndon Baines Johnson nominated his fellow Democrat to fill the seat of Associate Justice Arthur Goldberg who went onto become the sixth U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.  He served from 08-11-1965 to 05-14-1969.  Elsewhere, a British fleet sails to the Falkland Islands to reclaim them by force of arms from Argentina.  
  46. 1984 Thursday: In the NBA, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar breaks Wilt Chamberlain’s all-time career scoring record of 31,419 points (31,421).
  47. 1985 Friday: John McEnroe said, “any man can beat any woman at any sport, especially tennis.”
  48. 1986 Saturday: Two American service members and a Turkish woman died in the bombing of a West Berlin discotheque, an incident that prompted a U.S. air raid on Libya more than a week later.
  49. 1987 Sunday: The Fox TV network premieres showing “Married with Children” and “The Tracy Ullman Show.”  The shows were the beginning of the FOX lineup.  
  50. 1988 Tuesday: The Democratic National Convention picks Michael Dukakis as their presidential candidate.
  51. 1989 Wednesday: Solidarity grants legal status in Poland as the union/political movement and the government signed accords, which lifted an eight-year ban on the movement.  The government also set elections for June 1989.  
  52. 1991 Friday: The U.S. begins airdrops to Kurd refugees in northern Iraq.
  53. 1992 Sunday: Peru’s President Alberto Fujimori suspends constitution and dissolved Congress.
  54. 1993 Monday: In Major League Baseball, two new expansion teams debut on this date: (1) the Florida Marlins first game – they beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-3 while in (2) the Colorado Rockies’ first game – they lose to the New York Mets 3-0.
  55. 1994 Tuesday: Guitarist/vocalist of the Grunge Rock band, Nirvana[vi], Kurt Cobain, takes his own life in Seattle, Washington, on this date using a shotgun; he was age 27.
  56. 1998 Sunday: Famed rock drummer, Cozy Powell—who played with the Jeff Beck Group[vii], Black Sabbath[viii], Rainbow[ix], among others—died in an automobile accident on this date in Bristol, England; he was age 50.
  57. 2004 Monday: A U.S.-Canadian task force investigating the massive power blackout of August 14, 2003, called for urgent approval of mandatory reliability rules to govern the electric transmission industry.  Elsewhere, the Los Angeles Times won five Pulitzer Prizes; the Pulitzer for fiction went to Edward R. Jones for “The Known World.”
  58. 2007 Thursday: Mark St. John—who played lead guitar with KISS[x] in 1984—died from a brain hemorrhage on this date.
  59. 2008 Saturday: Federal authorities continue raiding the YFZ Ranch, aka the Yearning for Zion Ranch, near El Dorado, Texas, where fundamentalist break-away minister of the Church of Latter Day Saints- Warren Jeffs- has been holed up with captive women and children.  Law enforcement takes away at least 183 women and children from the hellhole.  The search for Jeffs continues…
  60. 2009 Sunday: North Korea launches its controversial Kwangmyongsong-2 rocket.  It passed over the mainland of Japan, which prompted an immediate reaction from the United Nations Security Council.
  61. 2010 Monday: Sixty countries receive invitations to participate in Iran’s two-day nuclear disarmament conference in Tehran April 17 – 18; China says it will attend.  Elsewhere, an explosion at the Upper Big Branch mine near Charleston, West Virginia, killed 29 mineworkers. 
  62. 2011 Tuesday: The U.S. Democratic National Committee appoints Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz chairperson.
  63. 2012 Thursday:  As the Syrian Civil War continues to blossom, Syrian government forces take the fight to loads of terrorists in the suburbs of Damascus.  Fighting is fierce but the terrorists must be eliminated like the human garbage that they are.
  64. 2013 Friday: In Japan, optimism for economic revival sparked Bank of Japan’s stimulus plan, impacts Japan’s stock market index; following its release, the Nikkei 225 hits its highest level in nearly five years.
  65. 2014 Saturday: Despite major terrorist threats, the people at Afghanistan line up outside the polling places, the third such election since the United States and its NATO allies booted the Taliban out of power to elect their new president.
  66. 2015 Sunday: Regarding the looming Iranian nuclear deal, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues speaking out against it, declaring that ‘it will lead to wider nuclear proliferation.’   Meanwhile, after being discredited and severely chastised by public opinion, Rolling Stone magazine finds itself in the embarrassing position of having to retract a story about a ‘gang rape on campus’ at the University of Virginia.  Evidence proved that it was yet another bogus story occurring during the reign of President Barack Obama.
  67. 2016 Tuesday: After the passage of an anti-gay bill in North Carolina, PayPal announces the cancelation of a $3.6 million investment in the state.  Gee whiz.  Meanwhile, the city of San Francisco becomes the first U.S. city to mandate paid parental leave.   
  68. 2017 Wednesday: The North Koreans continue testing President Donald J. Trump by firing medium-range missiles into the sea.  In essence, Kim Jong Un is thumping his chest, saying, “Look at me, look at me.”  U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is dismissive of the fat little tyrant by saying, ‘we have already said our piece on North Korean, there’s nothing more to be said.’
  69. 2018 Thursday: As the U.S. and communist China continue slapping tariffs on one another, President Donald J. Trump informs U.S. Treasury and State Department officials to consider adding another $50 billion in tariffs onto additional Chinese goods.  The Chi-Coms are not happy.   Elsewhere, Twitter claims to have shut down more than 1.5 million accounts reportedly linked to terrorism since 2015 yet the ayatollah POS in Iran remains there to this day threatening death on his enemies across the globe.
  70. 2019 Friday: With a change of government in Ecuador, word has it that Julian Assange, who has been given asylum within the London Ecuadoran Embassy, will soon be booted out onto the street.  British and American authorities are salivating at this news like Pavlovian dogs.  Everyone wants him.
  71. 2020 Sunday: The Kung Flu, also known as COVID-19, aka Coronavirus, continues causing havoc around the globe as it infects and slays people who are in its path.  As of today, there are more than 1,260,104 confirmed cases globally what with 69,082 confirmed dead, all because of China’s failure to close their infamous wet markets.  In the United States, there are 331,234 confirmed U.S. cases of the Wuhan Flu what with 9,458 dead Americans.  The price Beijing is going to pay when this is over is going to be extremely harmful to their communist overlords and who knows?  China might throw off its cruel taskmasters and Nationalist China would reclaim the mainland.
  72. 2021 Monday: Stick around and uncover what’s going on today…sounds like the Dems are trying to reignite pandemic fears…

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[i] We shared the music of the Hollies with the world beginning on Monday, 29-August-2016 through Thursday, 03-November-2016.

[ii] We promoted the music of Steppenwolf, beginning on Friday, 25-May-2012 through Sunday, 17-June-2012.  You definitely need to check the music of this iconic band out ASAP.

[iii] We first began promoting the music of Trapeze beginning on Monday, 15-October-2018 through Saturday, 27-October-2018.  We hope you will seek the music of this famed band out and consider adding it to your collection.

[iv] When the time will be right for the presentation of Elvis Presley is unknown but if we are still going strong in the 2030s, we expect to do so.  Please, stay tuned.

[v] We began promoting the music of Canned Heat on Sunday, 05-June-2011 through Sunday, 17-July-2011.  We hope you will seek them out and add them to your collection.

[vi] We hope to share the music of Nirvana with the world within the next decade or so when we will do a series of Grunge Rock bands.

[vii] We presented another series of interconnected bands which included the Jeff Beck Group, Free, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, the Firm, Mott the Hoople, Ian Hunter, the Yardbirds, and a plethora of solo and group efforts beginning on Wednesday, 02-July-2014 through Sunday, 19-October-2014.  We definitely hope that you will seek this music out and consider adding it to your growing collection.

[viii] We hope to offer the music of Black Sabbath sometime in the next decade.

[ix] We shared the music of Deep Purple, Ian Gillan, Captain Beyond, Elf, and Rainbow beginning on Tuesday, 20-March-2018 and concluded this massive offering on Sunday, 14-October-2018.  Please seek out the music by all of these phenomenal bands.  All are fabulous.

[x] We hope to present the music of KISS sometime in the late 2020s.

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37. 1943 Monday A: On the Eastern Front, the Third Battle of Kharkov is underway as German forces fight to recapture the city from the Soviets. Leading the fight is famed Colonel General Hermann “Papa” Hoth, one of the few to come out of the Stalingrad campaign with flying colors. The Fourth Panzer Army is slicing through the Russians like a knife through butter. Elsewhere on the Eastern Front, the survivors of the Italian 8th Army that had managed to break out of one Soviet encirclement after another and marched 70 days through heavy winter weather are preparing to return to Italy.

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DAY FORTY-EIGHT OF THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION

Presidents Millard Fillmore and William Howard Taft; Vice President Millard Fillmore; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Oliver Ellsworth, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., and Edward Terry Sanford; U.S. Attorney General Reverdy Johnson; U.S. Secretary of State John M. Clayton; U.S. Secretaries of War Simon Cameron, Alphonso Taft, and William Howard Taft; the Eagles featuring Randy Meisner, the Grateful Dead featuring Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, the Monkees featuring Mickey Dolenz, the Spencer Davis Group featuring Philip “Phil” Sawyer, Three Dog Night featuring Michael Allsup, and Trapeze featuring Mel Galley:

  1. 1618 Thursday: German astronomer Johannes Kepler devised his third law of planetary motion on this date.
  2. 1702 Wednesday: England’s Queen Anne acceded to the throne upon the death of King William III.
  3. 1722 Sunday: Afghan monarch Mir Mohammad occupies Persia.
  4. 1796 Tuesday: The 10th overall U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice and 3rd U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth assumed his position on the nation’s high court on this date.  President George Washington nominated Ellsworth to fill the seat of Chief Justice John Rutledge.  A Federalist, Ellsworth served from 03-08-1796 to 12-15-1800.  
  5. 1799 Friday: The future 26th U.S. Secretary of War Simon Cameron is born in Maytown, Pennsylvania, on this date.  A member of several parties- Democrat, then American, and finally a Republican, Clayton served under President Abraham Lincoln from 03-05-1861 to 01-14-1862.
  6. 1801 Sunday: The British army begins driving the French out of Egypt by attacking them at Abukir.
  7. 1817 Saturday: On this date, financial elites found the New York Stock Exchange.
  8. 1841 Monday: In Boston, Massachusetts, the future 58th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Republican, is born.  President Theodore Roosevelt would nominate his fellow Republican to fill the seat of another member of the GOP, Associate Justice Horace Gray.  Holmes served from 12-04-1902 to 01-12-1932.
  9. 1849 Thursday: The 18th U.S. Secretary of State John M. Clayton assumed his position on this date.  A member of various political parties including National Republican, then a  Whig, and finally, the American Party, Clayton served under Presidents Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore from 03-08-1849 to 07-22-1850.  Also taking office on this date is the 21st U.S. Attorney General Reverdy Johnson.  A Whig and then a Democrat, he served under Presidents Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore from 03-08-1849 to 07-21-1850.
  10. 1854 Wednesday: U.S. Commodore Matthew C. Perry made his second landing in Japan; within a month, he concluded a treaty with the Japanese. 
  11. 1855 Thursday: At Niagara Falls, NY, a railroad train passes over the first railway suspension bridge on this date and does so with incident.
  12. 1862 Saturday: During the Civil War, the ironclad CSS Virginia rammed and sank the USS Cumberland and heavily damaged the USS Congress, both frigates, off Newport News, Virginia.  What’s more, the Confederate Navy launches the ironclad CSS Merrimack.
  13. 1874 Sunday: The 13th president of the United States—Millard Fillmore, Whig, who served between 07-09-1850-03-04-1853—died on this date in Buffalo, N.Y.  Prior to this, he served the nation as its 11th vice president from 03-04-1849-07-09-1850.
  14. 1876 Wednesday: The 31st U.S. Secretary of War Alphonso Taft assumed his position on this date.  A Republican, he served under President Ulysses S. Grant from 03-08-1876 to 05-22-1876.  He then became 34th U.S. Attorney-General, then minister to Austro-Hungary and finally to Russia.
  15. 1880 Monday: President Rutherford B. Hayes declared that the United States would hold jurisdiction over any canal built across the Isthmus of Panama.
  16. 1884 Thursday: Susan B. Anthony addresses the House Judiciary Committee arguing for an amendment to the Constitution granting women the right to vote.  Anthony’s argument came 16 years after legislators had first introduced a federal women’s suffrage amendment.
  17. 1887 Tuesday: Everett Horton received a patent for his telescoping fishing rod on this date.
  18. 1894 Thursday: New York passes the first dog licensing law in the United States.
  19. 1904 Tuesday: The Bundestag in Germany lifted the ban on the Jesuit order of priests.
  20. 1907 Friday: The British House of Commons turned down a women’s suffrage bill.
  21. 1909 Monday: Pope Pius X lifted the church ban on interfaith marriages in Hungary.
  22. 1910 Tuesday: The King of Spain authorized the ability of women to attend universities in his nation.
  23. 1911 Wednesday: In Copenhagen, Denmark, Clara Zetkin, leader of the German Women’s Office for the Social Democratic Party launches the first International Women’s Day.
  24. 1913 Saturday: The newly formed Internal Revenue Service begins to levy and to collect income taxes.
  25. 1916 Wednesday: For the third time in American history, the U.S. invades Cuba to drive out the corrupt Menocal regime.
  26. 1917 Thursday: The U.S. Senate voted to limit filibusters by adopting the cloture rule.  Elsewhere, Russia’s “February Revolution” (old-style calendar) began with rioting and strikes across St. Petersburg.  
  27. 1918 Friday: The first case of the Spanish Flu strikes, what would become a worldwide pandemic that would kill more people than did World War I.
  28. 1921 Tuesday: As he was leaving the Spanish Parliament in Madrid, an assassin murdered Premier Eduardo Dato.
  29. 1924 Saturday: At Castle Gate, Utah, a coalmine explosion kills 171 miners.
  30. 1929 Friday: The U.S. Worker Union Commission reports that slavery is taking place in Liberia, the African nation the U.S. established on the west coast of the continent to return former American slaves to for resettlement.
  31. 1930 Saturday: The 27th president and then 10th chief justice of the United States, William Howard Taft, died in Washington at age 72 as did- get this- the 72nd U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Edward Terry Sanford.  President Warren G. Harding nominated him to fill Mahlon Pitney’s seat.  He served from 01-29-1923 to 03-08-1930. Taft also served the nation as its 42nd U.S. Secretary of War.  In this position, he served under President Theodore Roosevelt from 02-01-1904 to 06-30-1908. Meanwhile, Mahatmas Gandhi commences civil disobedience in India to drive out the British.
  32. 1934 Thursday: Edwin Hubble’s photo shows as many galaxies as the Milky Way has stars.
  33. 1936 Sunday: At Daytona Beach, Florida, auto-racing enthusiasts hold their first stock car race.
  34. 1941 Saturday: Hugh Mulcahy of the Phillies is the first baseball player drafted into World War II.  Meanwhile, the Luftwaffe continues bombing Great Britain and today, some bombers lost their way and bombs dropped atop Buckingham Palace.
  35. 1942 Sunday: Japanese forces occupied Yangon in Burma during World War II.   They also are beginning the landings on New Guinea with the goal to conquer the island and capture Port Moresby.  Meanwhile, the Dutch colonial military forces in Indonesia surrender to the Japanese invaders while others take to the jungles to continue the fight as guerillas.
  36. 1943 Monday: Japanese forces attacked American troops on Hill 700 in Bougainville in a battle that lasted for five days.  
  37. 1943 Monday A: On the Eastern Front, the Third Battle of Kharkov is underway as German forces fight to recapture the city from the Soviets.  Leading the fight is famed Colonel General Hermann “Papa” Hoth, one of the few to come out of the Stalingrad campaign with flying colors.  The Fourth Panzer Army is slicing through the Russians like a knife through butter. Elsewhere on the Eastern Front, the survivors of the Italian 8th Army that had managed to break out of one Soviet encirclement after another and marched 70 days through heavy winter weather are preparing to return to Italy.
  38. 1944 Wednesday: The Soviets continue the offensive to drive Axis forces out of the western Ukraine.  The Germans- unprepared for the ferocity of the assault- are driven into headlong retreat.  Four German armies are being thrown back towards the Bug River.  The Soviet plan is to liberate the entire Ukraine from Axis control.  The Fuhrer introduces a new concept to the German army: fortified cities, aka fortresses.  Retreating Axis forces if they pass by such a designated place are to enter and help defend it from the Soviets with the misguided idea of slowing the Red Army down.  After a while, retreating troops will do everything to avoid these areas as they become deathtraps.
  39. 1945 Thursday: The Nazi occupiers of Amsterdam execute 53 citizens on this date during the closing days of World War II in Europe.  Meanwhile, future drummer/vocalist with the rock band, the Monkees[i]—Mickey Dolenz—is born on this date in Los Angeles, CA.  Finally, the first black nurse to serve duty during World War II—Phyllis Mae Daley—received her commission in the U.S. Navy Nurse Corps.
  40. 1946 Friday: Future rock bassist with Poco[ii] (1968-70) and with the Eagles[iii] (1971-77)—Randy Meisner—is born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, on this date.
  41. 1947 Saturday: Philip “Phil” Sawyer, future lead guitarist with Shotgun Express featuring Mick Fleetwood—the forerunner of Fleetwood Mac[iv]—was born in London, England on this date.  Elsewhere, founding guitarist with the rock band, Three Dog Night[v] (1968-73 / 1981-84 / 1991-present)—Michael Allsup—was born in Oakdale, CA, on this date.  
  42. 1948 Monday: The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) rules in McCollum v. Board of Education that religious instruction in public schools is unconstitutional.  Meanwhile, in Great Britain, future guitarist with the British rock band, Trapeze[vi]—Mel Galley—is born in Cannock, Staffordshire, UK, on this date.
  43. 1950 Wednesday: Soviet authorities announce the Soviet Union has developed the atomic bomb.   Up until this time, the United States had enjoyed supremacy as the only nation with nuclear weapons.  The U.S. should have nuked the USSR before now to remain peace and order in the world.
  44. 1954 Monday: France and Vietnam opened talks in Paris on a treaty to form the state of Indochina.  This, of course, did not include the communists under Ho Chi Minh.  The French continued reinforcing their massive base at Dien Bien Phu in the hope that it would draw the People’s Army regular divisions out into the open where the French with their superior fire-and-airpower planned to destroy them.  The communists had other ideas on mind, ones that would see French power broken and an independent Vietnam.  
  45. 1957 Friday: Israeli troops begin leaving Egypt after the Suez Canal Crisis; the canal reopens to small shipping.
  46. 1959 Sunday: The three best-known Marx Brothers—Groucho, Harpo, and Chico—go on their final television performance together.
  47. 1963 Friday: A military coup in Syria brought the Baath Party to power.
  48. 1964 Sunday: Malcolm X leaves the Black Muslim movement.
  49. 1965 Monday: The United States landed its first combat troops in South Vietnam as 3,500 Marines hit the beach and then went to the U.S. airbase at Da Nang to provide security services.      
  50. 1968 Friday: Bill Graham opens his famed Fillmore East concert hall.
  51. 1971 Monday: Joe Frazier beats Muhammad Ali in 15 rounds and retains heavyweight-boxing title.  Meanwhile, kin the NBA, the Milwaukee Bucks win their 20th straight game, a team record.  Elsewhere, silent-film comedian Harold Lloyd died in Beverly Hills, California, at age 77.  Finally, Radio Hanoi broadcasts “The Star-Spangled Banner” as performed by legendary rock guitarist, Jimi Hendrix[vii].
  52. 1972 Wednesday: The Goodyear blimp makes its first flight on this date.
  53. 1973 Thursday: In Corte Madeira, California, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, founding member of the Grateful Dead[viii], keyboardist, guitarist, harmonica player, and vocalist, died from the effects of liver disease.   He was 27 years-old.   
  54. 1974 Friday: At Paris, France, the Charles de Gaulle International Airport opens for business.
  55. 1975 Saturday: The world celebrated the first International Women’s Day on this date.
  56. 1979 Thursday: China pulls its invasion troops out of Vietnam.  Meanwhile, astronomers discover the first extraterrestrial volcano on Io, a satellite of Jupiter.  Finally, technology firm Phillips demonstrated a proto-type compact disc player during a press conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on this date.
  57. 1982 Monday: The U.S. accused the Soviets of killing 3,000 Afghans with poison gas. 
  58. 1983 Tuesday: In a speech to the National Assembly of Evangelicals convention, in Orlando, Florida, President Ronald Reagan calls the Soviet Union an ‘evil empire.’
  59. 1985 Friday: The Internal Revenue Service reported that 407,700 Americans were millionaires.  That was more than double the total from the previous five years.
  60. 1988 Tuesday: At Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, 17 U.S. soldiers died when the two helicopters in which they were traveling collided in midair.
  61. 1991 Friday: U.S. troops begin arriving home from the Gulf War; meanwhile, the Iraqis hand over two American soldiers it captured plus 40 foreign journalists.
  62. 1994 Tuesday: The U.S. Defense Department announces a smoking ban in its many workplaces.
  63. 1999 Monday: The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Timothy McVeigh for the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995.  
  64. 2001 Thursday: The House of Representatives voted for an across-the-board tax cut of nearly $1 trillion over the next decade.  This occurred under the administration of President George W. Bush, which drove the Democrats frigging insane.
  65. 2008 Saturday: Senator Barack Obama, D-IL, wins the Wyoming Democratic caucus.   Meanwhile, the George W. Bush administration commences status of forces talks with Iraq with the goal of keeping U.S. forces stationed there far longer than originally agreed.
  66. 2010 Monday: The French navy captures 35-suspected Somali pirates off the coast of East Africa, the most successful anti-pirate operation in European Union history.
  67. 2012 Thursday: Toyota recalls 700,000 vehicles over safety concerns.  Meanwhile, as the world accuses Iran of covering up its nuclear sites, it denies all knowledge of anything untoward.  Still, Israel does not believe them and to forestall an attack by the Israelis, the Obama administration announces it will provide them with defensive weapons.
  68. 2013 Friday: Venezuela holds a state funeral for dead thug, Hugo Chavez; following the ceremony, the nation swears in another brute, Nicolas Maduro.  Meanwhile, in response to sanctions imposed by the U.N. over their nuclear program, North Korean officials announce they are going to target the west coast of the U.S. with nuclear missiles as well as terminate all peace pacts with South Korea.
  69. 2014 Saturday: U.S. payrolls show growth, with 129,000 jobs added in January and 175,000 jobs added in February despite difficult winter weather.  Elsewhere, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 with 239 souls aboard loses contact and disappears, prompting the most expensive search effort in history.
  70. 2015 Sunday: According to Brainy History, a report on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 comes out today, one year after the incident, revealing that the flight’s locator beacon battery had expired a year before the flight, but nothing unusual was otherwise detected.  Meanwhile, Chadian, and Nigerian forces launch a concerted assault against Boko Haram thugs lurking in the hinterlands along their borders.
  71. 2016 Tuesday: According to On This Day, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) begins presenting the movies of actress Claire Trevor to honor the 106th anniversary of her birth.   Elsewhere, the government of Turkey continues grabbing more and more power by putting some media outlets under its control.   In the United States, voters are going to the polls in primary elections and caucuses.  Hillary Clinton wins Mississippi while Bernie Sanders wins Michigan.  Donald Trump wins both Mississippi and Michigan as well as the GOP caucus in Hawaii; Ted Cruz wins Idaho.
  72. 2017 Wednesday: Results from the University of Adelaide’s study on aboriginal DNA determines that the Aborigines date back 50,000 years in Australia and arrived there in one migration.  Elsewhere, a suicide bomber and several gunmen disguised as doctors assault an Afghan military hospital killing at least 38 people and injuring numerous others.  One must love the so-called ‘religion of peace.’ 
  73. 2018 Thursday: True to his word, President Donald J. Trump authorizes tariffs on the import of aluminum and steel into the United States, excluding both Mexico and Canada- for the time being.  The enemies of the 45th president wail and moan that this is going to cripple the United States’ economy.  It didn’t.   Meanwhile, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says that ‘he might be willing to discuss denuclearization of his country sometime in May.’ 
  74. 2019 Friday: The ladies of the  National U.S. Women’s Soccer Team launch a federal gender discrimination lawsuit against the United States Soccer Federation.   They want equal pay.  We think they should get it.  The age of pay inequality in the United States must end.   Meanwhile, the massive blackout affecting the oil-rich nation of Venezuela enters its second day.  The country looks like North Korea after dark.
  75. 2020 Sunday: The COVID-19 pandemic continues engulfing the world.  Canada reports its first case as do other nations across Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, and Latin America.  People are dropping like flies.  In Iran, following reports that imbibing alcohol can somehow ward off the Chinese Virus, nearly 30 people in this infamously dry country die from drinking methanol.  We can bet that had the Morality Police caught these people drinking booze, they would have died anyway. 
  76. 2021 Monday: Day 48 of the Biden Regime- stick around and discover what sort of antics the Chi-Coms and their imposed stooges in the Biden administration are up to today.  It’s going to be good!

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The UFO archivists dug deep into the cauldron of unreleased live UFO shows and came up with another gem- “Regenerator- Live 1982”- which came out on November 06, 2001.  The concert captured here comes from a show at the famed Hammersmith Odeon Theater in London recorded on January 28, 1982.  The lineup features Phil Mogg (vocals), Andy Parker (drums), Paul Chapman (guitars), Pete Way (bass), and Neil Carter (keyboards/rhythm guitar/saxophones) and man was the band on fire tonight!  Having seen the band in the United States in the 1970s and the 1980s, we can attest to what a stunning live act they were and this archival release is one deserving of being in everyone’s home who is a fan of hardcore but artistic rock and roll.  Seek it out and enjoy as you most definitely will love it.  Thank you!   

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[i] Not sure when we will begin presenting the music of this famed American band- the Monkees- but when we do, we also do the solo catalogs of Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork.  Please stay tuned for more information.

[ii] We hope to share the music of the Eagles, Joe Walsh, Don Henley, Glenn Fray, and others, including Poco, sometime in the next decade.  Please remain with us.

[iii] See previous.

[iv] We first began offering the music of Fleetwood Mac on Monday, 03-January-2011 through Thursday, 27-January-2011.  At the time however, we overlooked presenting the music of the group’s individual members- Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green, Danny Kirwan, Jeremy Spencer, Bob Welch, Lindsay Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks.  We hope to do that at some point in the near future.  Please seek their music out by checking posts on those corresponding dates.  We thank you.

[v] Not sure when we will get around to doing the music of Three Dog Night but if we ever return to promoting the music of famed rock bands from the 1960s and the 1970s, we sure as heck will include this stellar band, one that is still performing to this day.  We saw them in 2019 and all we can say is “Wow.”

[vi] We first began promoting the music of Trapeze beginning on Monday, 15-October-2018 through Saturday, 27-October-2018.  We hope you will seek the music of this famed band out and consider adding it to your collection.

[vii] We began promoting the music of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Jimi Hendrix on Sunday, 22-December-2013 through Thursday, 16-January-2014.  Please check the albums out, you will enjoy them.

[viii] We began promoting the music of the Grateful Dead- including Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Phil Lesh- beginning on Tuesday, 30-August-2011 through Wednesday, 11-January-2012.  Then, we did a second series featuring more albums by this fabled San Francisco band beginning on Friday, 09-August-2013 through Monday, 19-August-2013.  At some point, we will have to do a third series as the music from this band never ends.  Please, seek them out and consider adding them to your collection.

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U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice James Wilson; U.S. Senator Jon Tester; Russian President Boris Yeltsin, Soviet Union leaders Mikhail Gorbachev and Gennady Yanayev, the Clash featuring Joe Strummer, Deep Purple and Trapeze featuring Glenn Hughes, and the Jefferson Airplane featuring Grace Slick:

  1. 1321: The citizens of Chignon, France, burn 160 Jews at the stake.
  2. 1609: Galileo Galilei demonstrated his new telescope to a group of officials atop the Campanile in Venice.
  3. 1614: Nearly four years after being sealed off in her castle chambers, palace officials discover 54-year-old Transylvanian Countess Elizabeth Bathory, dead. They believed her complicit in the killings of dozens, possibly hundreds, of young women and girls, and it was these crimes that led to her being sealed in her chambers.
  4. 1680: The Pueblo Indians take control of Santa Fe, New Mexico, from the Spanish.
  5. 1703: The Turkish army removes Sultan Mustafa II from power.
  6. 1798: The 4thS. Supreme Court Associate Justice James Wilson died in Washington, D.C., on this date. President George Washington nominated Wilson to the court and he served from 09-26-1789 to this date in 1798.
  7. 1831: Nat Turner led a violent slave rebellion in Virginia, resulting in the deaths of at least 55 white people. After turning himself in to authorities, he was executed to serve as a warning to all other slaves considering revolt.
  8. 1841: On this date, John Hampton received a patent for venetian blinds.
  9. 1858: The first of seven debates between Illinois senatorial contenders Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas took place.
  10. 1863: Pro-Confederate raiders under the command of William Quantrill attacked Lawrence, Kansas, massacring the men and destroying the town’s buildings.
  11. 1878: The American Bar Association organizes at Sarasota, New York.
  12. 1888: William Seward Burroughs patents the adding machine.
  13. 1897: Oldsmobile begins production as a division of General Motors Corporation.
  14. 1911: Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” was stolen from the Louvre Museum in Paris. However, two years later, authorities recovered the painting in Italy.
  15. 1912: The Boy Scouts of America named its first Eagle Scout, Arthur Rose Eldred of Troop I in Rockville Centre, New York.
  16. 1914: The French army launches an offensive against the Germans in the Ardennes and along the Somme; meanwhile, the Germans continue overrunning Belgium.
  17. 1923: In Kalamazoo, Michigan, an ordinance was passed forbidding dancers from gazing into the eyes of their partner.
  18. 1931: Babe Ruth hits his 600th home run off George Blaeholder of the St. Louis Browns baseball team.
  19. 1938: In Fascist Italy, the Duce forbids Jews from teaching in grammar and high schools.
  20. 1940: Exiled Communist revolutionary Leon Trotsky died in a Mexican hospital from wounds inflicted by an assassin the previous day.
  21. 1942: During Operation Barbarossa, German Alpine troops plant the Nazi flag atop Mt. Elbrus in the Caucasus on this date.
  22. 1943: Japanese troops begin pulling out of the Aleutian Islands during World War II.
  23. 1944: The United States, Britain, the Soviet Union, and China opened talks at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington that helped pave the way for the establishment of the United Nations. The talks would conclude on October 07, 1944.
  24. 1945: President Truman ended the Lend-Lease program that had shipped about $50 billion in aid to America’s Allies during World War II.
  25. 1952: Glenn Hughes—future bassist/vocalist with BOTH Trapeze[i] and Deep Purple[ii]—was born in Cannock, England on this date as was future guitarist/vocalist of the Clash[iii], Joe Strummer who also was born in the UK.
  26. 1956: In Havre, Montana, future Democratic senator from the same state- Jon Tester- is born. He would enter the U.S. Senate on January 03, 2007.
  27. 1959: President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed an executive order making Hawaii the nation’s 50th
  28. 1963: Martial law was declared in South Vietnam as police and army troops began a violent crackdown on Buddhist anti-government protesters.
  29. 1967: China reports the downing of two U.S. bombers during the Vietnam War.
  30. 1968: Radio Prague, Czechoslovakia, announces a Soviet invasion of the country at 12:50 a.m. Meanwhile, in Chicago, Illinois, the Democratic National Convention opens for business.
  31. 1971 Monday: Laura Baugh, at the age of 16, won the United States Women’s Amateur Golf tournament. She was the youngest winner in the history of the organization to do so.
  32. 1972 Wednesday: After calling the police at a band concert, “pigs,” the Jefferson Airplane’s[iv] Grace Slick undergoes being sprayed with mace by the cops.
  33. 1983 Sunday: Philippine opposition leader Benigno S. Aquino Jr., ending a self-imposed exile in the United States, was shot dead moments after stepping off a plane at Manila International Airport.
  34. 1984 Tuesday: Victoria Roche, a reserve outfielder, became the first girl ever to compete in a Little League World Series game.
  35. 1988 Sunday: After 8 years of war, a cease-fire between Iran and Iraq goes into effect.
  36. 1989 Monday: Voyager 2, an American space probe, came close to the planet Neptune’s moon, Triton.
  37. 1991 Wednesday: The hardline coup against Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev ended. The uprising led to the ultimate collapse of the Soviet Union and the person who led the movement was President Boris Yeltsin.  Meanwhile due to the trouble, Latvia declares independence from a crumbling USSR.  The man who deposed him and who served as the FINAL leader of the Soviet Union from 08-19-to-08-21-1991, Gennady Yanayev stepped down from his post.
  38. 1992 Friday: An 11-day siege began at the cabin of white separatist Randy Weaver in Ruby Ridge, Idaho, as government agents tried to arrest Weaver for failing to appear in court on charges of selling two illegal sawed-off shotguns; on the first day of the siege, Weaver’s teenage son, Samuel, and Deputy U.S. Marshal William Deegan were killed.
  39. 1993 Saturday: NASA lost contact with the Mars Observer spacecraft. The fate of the $980 million mission’s spacecraft is unknown to this date.
  40. 1994 Sunday: On this date, Ernesto Zedillo won the Mexican presidential election.
  41. 1995 Monday: ABC News settled a $10 billion libel suit by apologizing to Philip Morris for reporting the tobacco giant had manipulated the amount of nicotine in its cigarettes. Even back in 1995, the Fake News media was spinning stories to suit its narrative, not telling the truth.  They should have had to pay ten times that amount.
  42. 2000 Monday: Rescue efforts to reach the sunken Russian nuclear submarine Kursk with divers announcing that none of the 118 crewmembers and officers aboard had survived the mishap.
  43. 2010 Saturday: The United States undergoes a salmonella scare, as hundreds of people become ill by tainted eggs; authorities recall eggs from across the nation.
  44. 2012 Tuesday: In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, at least 20 people die from an outbreak of the Ebola virus.
  45. 2013 Wednesday: A corruption investigation continues after a Cairo criminal court releases former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak from Tora prison.
  46. 2014 Thursday: According to Brainy History, over 250 Russian trucks enter embattled eastern Ukraine without permission to deliver humanitarian aid; NATO questions the true intent of the convoy, claiming that Russia has used deceptive ‘aid’ convoys in other conflicts.  Meanwhile, calling it a “miraculous day,” an American doctor infected with the dreaded Ebola virus left his isolation unit at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta; Dr. Kent Brantley warmly hugged his physicians and nurses, showing the world that he posed no public health risk one month after becoming ill with the virus.
  47. 2015 Friday: Brainy History—the world’s greatest online site for current information—says, certain members of Greece’s Syriza party form the Popular Unity Party, which opposes the current European Union bailout; Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who ran on a Syriza anti-bailout platform, resigned after accepting the bailout terms against voter wishes.
  48. 2016 Sunday: At the Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics, thanks to Kevin Durant scoring 30 points, the U.S. Olympic Basketball Team keeps the title with a comfortable win over Serbia, 96-66.
  49. 2017 Monday: In a spate of ongoing accidents, the USS John McCain collides with an oil tanker off Singapore injuring five and another 10 missing at sea. There is some speculation that the Chi-Coms might be hacking vital U.S. Naval codes and causing mishaps for American ships on the high seas.  Meanwhile, a judge orders Johnson & Johnson to fork over $47 million to a woman who successfully sued over talcum powder causing uterine cancer.  We will keep an eye on this…
  50. 2018 Tuesday: Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s ‘fixer’ pleads guilty for having paid hush money payments to people like Stormy Daniels and other women with whom then citizen Trump purportedly had affairs with, all undercover and using campaign funds. Nothing ever came back on the president but Cohen went to prison until COVID-19 in 2020 would spring him from federal prison.  Meanwhile, in a federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, pleads guilty to eight counts of fraud resulting from the “Trump-Russia Collusion” caper, all because of process crimes or tax evasion and not ones committed on behalf of the president or the candidate.
  51. 2019 Wednesday: President Donald Trump cancels his upcoming state visit to Denmark after labeling Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen ‘nasty’ for laughing at his suggestion the United States ‘buy Greenland.’  Folks, buying Greenland would be akin to buying Alaska, the mineral resources are underdeveloped as well as the fact that it would also put a damper on Russian expansion north of the Arctic Circle.  The Russians claim almost everything around the North Pole as theirs to which, we should give them a strong brushback.  BUY GREENLAND!
  52. 2020 Friday: USPS Postmaster General Louis Dejoy testified before the U.S. Senate today, albeit remotely, answering questions about changes occurring in the U.S. Postal Service. Democrats were rude as is the norm, demanding “YES” or “NO” answers to weighty questions, basically accusing the man of trying to steal the election in November.  Problem for the Democrats is this: THEY are the ones trying to steal the election and always accuse others of what they themselves are doing.  It never fails.  Meanwhile, actress Lori Loughlin gets two months in prison for the college admissions scandal while hubby, Mossimo Giannuli gets five months.  Liberals are crying saying Crystal Mason, black mother of three, got five years in prison for voting when she was a felon and failed to know it was illegal for her to vote.  Folks, felons understand when they leave prison they cannot own guns, practice law, serve on juries, or vote so stop with the sniveling already, Robert B. Reich, Charlotte Clymer, and all the rest of the leftist mob.  It is what the f**k it is. Granted, Loughlin and Giannuli should have gotten two years and five years respectively but remember, liberals, they are members of YOUR tribe so why are you bitching?
  53. 2020 Friday A: Democrats are celebrating “Pro-China Joe” Biden’s acceptance speech the previous night at the Democratic National Convention. What is clear is that the speech was canned and one can only imagine the number of takes required to make it appear seamless.  IF Joe truly gave the speech live and in one take, then he should be willing to debate at least four times.  What does he have to lose, Dems, he’s so flipping brilliant, so get him out there and on the stump.  (We still believe something will befall him and his wife prior to Election Day.  The Dems will then use emotions to elect whomever their ticket ends up becoming.  We shall see).
  54. 2020 Friday B: Here are today’s Chi-Com Virus Statistics for the globe: 22,589,017 confirmed cases, UP by 73,804 cases, 792,475 confirmed deaths, UP by 2,650 deaths, and 14,457,309 confirmed recoveries, UP by 76,261 recoveries. Here are the numbers for the United States: 5,551,793 confirmed cases, UP by 44,864 new cases, 173,490 confirmed deaths, UP by 1,074 new deaths, and 2,852,221 confirmed recoveries, UNKNOWN because there is no report of new recoveries.  (For some reason, the reportage of U.S. statistics has stagnated so we have to look far and wide across the Internet seeking current figures.  Could it be…politics?).
  55. 2020 Friday C: Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 650,336 confirmed cases, UP 5,585 cases, 11,821 confirmed deaths, UP by 135, but as is the norm, NO mention of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 5,844 confirmed cases, UP by 235 (according to yesterday) 45 confirmed deaths, UP by 3, and 1,716 confirmed recoveries, UP by 54.  Finally, in the Ever-Red, uh, we mean, the Evergreen State, here are the stats: 69,389 confirmed cases, UP by 223, 1,837 confirmed deaths, UP by 5, but like California, the halfwit governor, Jay Inslee, won’t share the number of confirmed recoveries.  Shame on these flipping Democrats.  Let us look at one other state we have not looked at before: South Carolina: the state claims 110,378 confirmed cases, 2,459 confirmed deaths, and no mention of confirmed recoveries.  Sad
  56. 2020 Friday D: Here are the stats for today’s Stock Market closes: first the DOW Jones Industrial Average, 27,930.33, UP 190.60 points (+0.69%). Next, here are the stats for the NASDAQ:  11,311.80, UP 46..85 points (+0.42%).  Finally, here are the numbers for the S&P 500: 3,397.16, UP 11.65 points (+0.34%).  Price of GOLD: $1,947.40 per troy oz., +0.40 (+0.02%)  Here is the price of SILVER: $26.88 per troy oz., +0.153 (+0.57%).  Price of PLATINUM: $926.30 per troy oz., +0.20 (+0.02%).  Here is the price of COPPER: $2.93 per #, +0.0009 (+0.31%).   Price of Light Sweet Crude Oil per barrel: $42.25, -0.09 (-0.21%).  Today, one dollar U.S. = 6.92 PRC yuan while one dollar U.S. = 0.85 euros..
  57. 2020 Friday E: Marquise Love, the POS scumbag who shocked the civilized world when he assaulted passing motorist Adam Haner in Portland, Oregon, this past Sunday night when after beating the man, delivered a violent roundhouse kick to the prone man’s head turned himself in to the police. These violent scumbags need eradication as though they were wild rabid dogs, we wholeheartedly urge law enforcement to go after the Antifa Brown Shirts and the Black Lives Matter thugs and begin taking them OUT.  We cannot permit Marxist-inspired anarchy to destroy American cities.
  58. 2020 Friday F: Alexei Navalny, the anti-Vladimir Putin critic poisoned earlier in the week by suspected Putin operatives was given permission- finally- by Moscow to be airlifted to Berlin for medical treatment. Once again, Putin has let everyone know it was HIM who did this because poisoning is his mode of silencing critics.  Speaking of Russians, U.S. law enforcement agents arrested former U.S. Army Green Beret, 45-year-old Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins on charges that he has been spying for the GRU since December 1996 to January 2011.  Shame on you, you POS.

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This artwork is #0197 a 36” x 48” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Heading for Carmel.”  It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale.  You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page.  At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.”  Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks.  Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty.  We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work.  It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor!  You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY!  Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

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[i] We first began promoting the music of Trapeze beginning on Monday, 15-October-2018 through Saturday, 27-October-2018.  We hope you will seek the music of this famed band out and consider adding it to your collection.

[ii] We shared the music of Deep Purple, Ian Gillan, Captain Beyond, Elf, and Rainbow beginning on Tuesday, 20-March-2018 and concluded this massive offering on Sunday, 14-October-2018.  Please seek out the music by all of these phenomenal bands.  All are fabulous.

[iii] We look forward to promoting the music of the Clash at some point in the next decade.

[iv] We promoted the music of the Jefferson Airplane, the Jefferson Starship, Starship, and of the various bands’ members beginning on Tuesday, 05-April-2011 through Sunday, 22-May-2011.  Please look for them and enjoy.

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U.S. Secretary of State John Milton Hay; U.S. Senator Joni Ernst; Argentine President Juan Domingo Perón; Chef Blogger Vladimir Gdansk, “Sergeant-Pepper’s Lonely-Hearts Club Band” by the Beatles, Blondie featuring Deborah Harry, the Doors featuring Marc Benno, the Four Tops featuring Renaldo “Obie” Benson, Steppenwolf featuring Rushton Moreve, and Trapeze featuring Mel Galley:

  1. 70 A.D.: Roman General Titus orders his legionnaires to set up battering rams to begin the attack on the inner walls of Jerusalem during the Great Jewish War.
  2. 649: Bishops elect Pope Martinus I to succeed Pope Theodore I.
  3. 1535: Sir Thomas Moore went on trial in England, charged with high treason for rejecting the Oath of Supremacy. Unfortunately, for him, the court convicted him and had him executed.
  4. 1643: On this date, a gathering of theologians and members of the English Parliament joined together to restructure the Church of England at the Westminster Assembly.
  5. 1798: Napoleon Bonaparte’s invasion fleet reaches Alexandria, Egypt.
  6. 1845: Uniform postal rates went into effect throughout the United States under an act of Congress passed on March 03, 1845.
  7. 1847: In New York City, the U.S. Post Office issued its first adhesive stamps. The two stamps available came in the form of a 5-cent Benjamin Franklin and a 10-cent George Washington.
  8. 1862: The Federal government passes an Internal Revenue law imposes the first federal taxes on inheritance, tobacco, and on incomes exceeding $600 on a progressive scale; however, this was supposed to be temporary, ending when the war ended. The U.S. Congress also for the first time passes anti-polygamy laws, which is—according to Brainy History—unwelcome news for the state of Utah.
  9. 1863: The pivotal, three-day Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, resulting in a Union victory, began in Pennsylvania.
  10. 1867: Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain as the British North American Act took effect with Sir John A. Macdonald taking the oath of office as the first Prime Minister of Canada.
  11. 1873: Henry Flipper becomes the second black to enter West Point as a cadet.
  12. 1874: The Philadelphia Zoological Society zoo opened as the first zoo in the United States.
  13. 1889: Frederick Douglas is named to be the minister to Haiti.
  14. 1898: During the Spanish-American War, Teddy Roosevelt, and the Rough Riders storm San Juan Hill in Cuba.
  15. 1903: The first Tour de France began; ending on July 19, the winner was Maurice Garin.
  16. 1905: The federal government established the USDA Forest service on this date as an entity within the Department of Agriculture. The mission given to the agency through the act was to sustain healthy, diverse, and productive forests and grasslands for present and future generations of Americans.  Elsewhere, the 37thS. Secretary of State John Milton Hay died in Newbury, New Hampshire.  A Republican, he served under President Theodore Roosevelt from 09-30-1898 to 07-01-1905.
  17. 1909: Thomas Edison began commercially manufacturing his new “A” type alkaline storage batteries on this date.
  18. 1912: Aviator Harriet Quimby, 37, was killed along with her passenger, William Willard, when they were thrown out of Quimby’s monoplane at the Third Annual Boston Aviation Meet.
  19. 1913: Serbia and Greece declare war on Bulgaria.
  20. 1916: Coca-Cola brings its current formula to the market. Meanwhile, on the first day of the Battle of the Somme in World War I, 19,000 British soldiers die with another 40,000 wounded in action.  This was also the first battle in which, tanks appeared.
  21. 1934: Hollywood began enforcing its Production Code, subjecting motion pictures to censorship review.
  22. 1936: Vladimir Gdansk, a professional chef and blogger with the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day was born.
  23. 1937: The Catholic Church in Spain decides to back the Falangists and Generalissimo Francisco Franco.
  24. 1941: Bulova Watch Company sponsored the first TV commercial in New York.
  25. 1942: During World War II, Axis troops finally capture the Russian Black Sea port of Sebastopol in the Crimea. In North Africa, the First Battle of El Alamein begins between Axis and British Commonwealth forces.
  26. 1943: The U.S. government began automatically withholding federal income tax from paychecks.
  27. 1944: More than 2,500 people are killed by German flying bomb attacks against London and southern England.
  28. 1945: Deborah Harry—future vocalist with the New Wave band, Blondie[i]—is born in the United States. Meanwhile, New York established the New York State Commission Against Discrimination to prevent discrimination in employment because of race, creed, or national origin.  It was the first such agency in the United States.
  29. 1946: The United States exploded a 20-kiloton atomic bomb near Bikini Atoll in the Pacific.
  30. 1947: Future rhythm guitarist who would play with the Doors[ii] on “L.A. Woman,” “Other Voices,” and “Full Circle,” Marc Benno, is born in Dallas, Texas, on this date.
  31. 1957: The International Geophysical Year, an 18-month global scientific study, began on this date.
  32. 1961: Diana, Princess of Wales, was born in Sandringham, England. She died in a car crash in Paris in 1997, at age 36.
  33. 1963: The U.S. Post Office inaugurated its five-digit ZIP (Zoning Improvement Plan) codes.
  34. 1966: Medicare goes into effect.
  35. 1967: The Beatles’ “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely-Hearts Club Band”[iii] goes #1 and stays there for 15 weeks.
  36. 1970: Future U.S. Senator Joni Ernst is born in Red Oak, Iowa. A Republican representing her home state, she enters the Senate on 01-03-2019.
  37. 1973: The Drug Enforcement Administration was established.
  38. 1974: The president of Argentina, Juan Peron, died; his wife, Isabel Martinez de Peron succeeded him.
  39. 1979: Sony Corporation introduces the Walkman radio.
  40. 1980: President Jimmy Carter—second worst American president following the despicable foreign-born Barack Hussein Obama—signed legislation that provided two acres of land near the Lincoln Memorial for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Elsewhere, Canada proclaimed its national anthem as “O Canada” on this date.
  41. 1981: Rushton Moreve, the original bassist of the rock group Steppenwolf[iv], died in a motorcycle crash.
  42. 1987: President Ronald Reagan nominates Judge Robert H. Bork for a seat on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). Elsewhere, 11-year-old John Kevin Hill became the youngest person to fly across the United States when he landed at National Airport in Washington, D.C.
  43. 1991 Monday: The Warsaw Pact undergoes formal dissolution in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Elsewhere, President George H.W. Bush nominated federal appeals court Judge Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court, beginning an ultimately but highly contentious confirmation process in which, Democrats, under the supervision of so-called “Lion of the Senate” Senator Ted Kennedy attempted to derail the nomination through cries of ‘sexual misconduct.’  Funny how Senator Kennedy would use such a challenge when he left a girl at the bottom of a lake to drown.  POS!  We assume that Senator Kennedy now burns in hell.
  44. 1993 Thursday: A gunman opened fire in a San Francisco law office, killing eight people and wounding six before turning the gun on himself.
  45. 1994 Friday: PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat returned to Palestinian land after 27 years in exile as he drove from Egypt into Gaza.
  46. 1995 Saturday: Rock ‘n’ roll disc jockey Wolfman Jack died in Belvedere, N.C., at age 57.
  47. 1996 Monday: For the people of Winnipeg, Canada, it is a sad day as the Winnipeg Jets become the Phoenix Coyotes.
  48. 1997 Tuesday: China resumes sovereignty over the city-state of Hong Kong, ending 156 years of British colonial rule.
  49. 2002 Monday: The world’s first permanent war crimes tribunal, the International Criminal Court, came into existence on this date. Big whoop.  Elsewhere, a Russian passenger jet collided with a cargo plane over southern Germany, killing all 69 people, including 45 schoolchildren, on the Russian plane and the cargo jet pilots.
  50. 2004 Thursday: Actor Marlon Brando died in Los Angeles at age 80.
  51. 2005 Friday: Famed long-time vocalist with the Motown band, the Four Tops[v] (1954-2005)—Renaldo “Obie” Benson—lost his battle with lung cancer on this date.
  52. 2008 Tuesday: Mel Galley—guitarist with the British rock band, Trapeze[vi], died on this date. Meanwhile, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Denver agreed to pay $5.5 million to settle 18 more claims by people who said Catholic priests had sexually abused them when they were mere children.  Shame on them!
  53. 2009 Wednesday: Sweden assumes the presidency of the European Union.
  54. 2013 Monday: America commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. Elsewhere, the ‘Great One,” (yeah, right) President Barack Hussein Obama, during a visit to Tanzania, brushed aside sharp European criticism, suggesting that ALL nations spy on each other as the French and Germans expressed outrage over allegations of U.S. eavesdropping on European Union diplomats.  It has become clear that President Obama and his administration spied on ALMOST EVERYONE around the world via the NSA.
  55. 2014 Tuesday: Japan updates its constitution so that its self-defense forces can assist in the defense of allied nations coming under attack by foreign enemies. However, the change has nothing to do with sending military assets on foreign military adventurism.  Elsewhere, David Greenglass, the star witness in the trial of his sister Ethel Rosenberg and her husband, Julius, died in New York City at age 92.  Ethel and Julius Rosenberg underwent execution via the electric chair in 1953 for conspiring to pass secrets about the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union; Greenglass served 10 years in prison for espionage followed by years of living under an assumed name.
  56. 2015 Wednesday: Debt-rating giant, Moody’s, downgrades Greece to a Caa3 rating following the nation skipping out on a $1.6 billion debt bailout repayment to the International Monetary Fund. In four days, the Greek people will head to the polls to vote on whether they should accept austerity measures in exchange for a financial bailout or tell the IMF to go F*** off.
  57. 2016 Friday: In the worst terrorist attack in Bangladesh in years, Islamic terrorists takeover a café in Dhaka, taking numerous hostages and driving others away from the foodservice operation. In the ensuing violence, they murder 20 hostages and two cops which makes it the country’s worst such incidence.  Not good.  Ah, got to love the so-called “religion of peace.”
  58. 2017 Saturday: In Sinaloa, Mexico, Mexican law enforcement gets the jump on the drug traffickers killing 19 narcoterrorists in the assault. Meanwhile, thanks to the backing of communist China, Ethiopian hack Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus takes over as the boss of the World Health Organization.  Less than three years later, his stunning ineptitude as well as his subservient status to Beijing would cause the COVID-19 Wuhan Bat Flu to sweep the world, killing hundreds of thousands and leaving many lives destroyed.  Thank you, People’s Republic of China, thank you.
  59. 2018 Sunday: Mexican voters- angry over corruption and narco-trafficker violence, elected leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador as president. Meanwhile, Canada began imposing tariffs on $12.6 billion in U.S. goods in retaliation for the Trump administration’s new taxes on steel and aluminum imported to the United States.
  60. 2019 Monday: In Kabul, Afghanistan, as if to spit in the eye of the U.S.-led peace process, Taliban jihadists launch a major attack which leaves more than 100 dead and injured. Elsewhere, after 30 years of NOT whaling, Japan returns to the high seas to begin hunting whales once again.  They claim it’s part of their heritage.
  61. 2020 Wednesday: Two Republican senators- Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and James Lankford of Oklahoma- have written a bill that will abolish- we repeat, ABOLISH- Columbus Day and will replace it with Juneteenth. While nothing is wrong with making Juneteenth a federal holiday, abolishing Columbus Day to appease a left-wing communist mob is f**king insane.  Stop pandering to communists, you pathetic morons.  We will remember you and will add you to the infamous list upon which, Mitt Romney, another RINO POS of pandering s**t is a member.  Do not negate the nation’s history, either good or bad, or suffer negation yourselves.  Meanwhile, NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio announces a $1 billion cut to the NYPD’s budget, even with murders and violent crimes skyrocketing.  WTF?
  62. 2020 Wednesday A: Here are today’s Xi Jinping Bat Flu Statistics for the globe: 10,512,383 confirmed cases, 512,331 confirmed deaths, and 5,387,249 confirmed recoveries. Here are the numbers for the United States: 2,732,594 confirmed cases, UP by 52,633 new cases, 130,030 confirmed deaths, UP by 1,338 new deaths, and 840,649 confirmed recoveries, UP by 14,688 new recoveries.   Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 232,657 confirmed cases, 6,090 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm, NO mention of confirmed recoveries.  Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 917 confirmed cases, 18 confirmed deaths, and 736 confirmed recoveries.  Finally, in the Ever-Red, uh, we mean, the Evergreen State, here are the stats: 33,264 confirmed cases, 1,339 confirmed deaths, but like California, the slope-headed governor, Jay Inslee, won’t share the number of confirmed recoveries.  Shame on these flipping Democrats.
  63. 2020 Wednesday B: Here are today’s Stock Market closes: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 25,734.97, DOWN 77.91 points (0.30%). Next, the NASDAQ: 10,154.63, UP 95.86 points (0.95%).  Finally, here are the stats for the S&P 500: 3,115.86, UP 15.57 points (0.50%).  Meanwhile, in Silicon Valley, various BIG TECH companies urge President Donald J. Trump to rescind his recent executive order with which, he temporarily stops the vast numbers of guest workers entry to the country because in this time of a downturned economy, Americans should have first crack at ALL jobs and not imported illegals.  We hope the president will also deport Sundar Pichai and his family, whether born in the USA or not, because he is a scumbag who closed our blogs.

 

 

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This artwork is #0146 a 24” x 36” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Purple Enchantment.”  It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale.  You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page.  At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.”  Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks.  Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty.  We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work.  It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor!  You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY!  Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

 

 

 

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Pink Floyd released their next comprehensive multi-disc set on March 24, 2017, “Cambridge Station 1965-67.”  This four-disc set features the band with Syd Barrett back in the earliest days of the group’s career.  This four-disc set features all kinds of additional goodies but you get a DVD and a Blue-Ray Disc of the same material, too.  As with anything, the consumer must be the one to make the ultimate decision as to whether it is worth the $52 or it is not.  We hope you will visit Amazon.com or wherever you shop for the absolute best in rock music and give this psychedelic gem a good listen and then decide.  We think you will enjoy it.

 

 

 

 

 

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[i] We hope to promote the music of Blondie within the next 7-8 years.  We hope you will be with us when we do.

[ii] We promoted the music of the Doors, the famed Los Angeles, California, hard rocking psychedelic band beginning on Saturday, 18-February-2012 through 02-April-2012.  We hope you will seek this legendary band out and consider adding it to your ever-growing collection.

[iii] We began promoting the music of both the Beatles and the band’s individual components on Friday, 04-November-2016 through Sunday, 11-June-2018.  Besides the Beatles, we also promoted the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison as well as the Traveling Wilburys.    “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely-Hearts Club Band” appeared on Tuesday, 22-November-2016.  Please seek out this massive offering by visiting the blog posts between those dates. You will be glad you did.

[iv] We promoted the music of Steppenwolf, beginning on Friday, 25-May-2012 through Sunday, 17-June-2012.  You definitely need to check the music of this iconic band out ASAP.

[v] We definitely hope to present the music of ALL the classic Motown bands- including the famed Four Tops- sometime within the next decade.  Please, stay tuned for further developments.

[vi] We first began promoting the music of Trapeze beginning on Monday, 15-October-2018 through Saturday, 27-October-2018.  We hope you will seek the music of this famed band out and consider adding it to your collection.

 

 

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EE. 1954: The U.S. Supreme Court, in Federal Communications Commission v. American Broadcasting Co., Inc., unanimously ruled that TV quiz shows did not violate lottery laws. Meanwhile, Elvis Presley records his debut single, “That’s All Right Mama.”

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Palm Sunday

President George Washington; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Samuel Freeman Miller and Abe Fortas; U.S. Secretary of State (and General) Colin Powell; Black Sabbath featuring Cozy Powell, Canned Heat featuring Bob “the Bear” Hite, Elvis Presley, the Hollies featuring Allan Clarke, KISS featuring Mark St. John, Nirvana featuring Kurt Cobain, Steppenwolf featuring Kent Henry, and Trapeze featuring Dave Holland:

 

  1. 456: St. Patrick returns to Ireland as a missionary bishop.
  2. 1614: Pocahontas, daughter of the leader of the Powhatan tribe, married English colonist, John Rolfe, in Virginia. A convert to Christianity, she went by the name of ‘Lady Rebecca.”
  3. 1621: The Mayflower sails from Plymouth on a return trip to England.
  4. 1762: The British take Grenada, West Indies, from the
  5. 1764: Britain’s Parliament passed the American Revenue Act of 1764, also known as the Sugar Act.
  6. 1768: Birkenhead Park, the first civic public park, opens in Birkenhead, England.
  7. 1792: President George Washington cast his first veto, rejecting a congressional measure for apportioning representatives among the states.
  8. 1806: Isaac Quintard patented the cider mill on this date.
  9. 1816: In Richmond, Kentucky, the future 36thS. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Freeman Miller is born. A Whig and then a Republican, President Abraham Lincoln nominated Miller to fill Associate Justice Peter Daniel’s seat. He served from 07-16-1862 to 10-13-1890.
  10. 1843: Queen Victoria proclaimed Hong Kong to be a British crown colony.
  11. 1864: Ben Field and George M. Pullman received a U.S. patent for an “improvement in (rail) sleeping-cars” that consisted of a folding upper berth.
  12. 1869: Daniel Bakeman, the last surviving soldier of the U.S. Revolutionary War, died at the age of 109.
  13. 1887: In Tuscumbia, Alabama, Anne Sullivan achieved a breakthrough as her blind and deaf pupil, Helen Keller, learned the meaning of the word, “water,” as spelled out in the Manual Alphabet.
  14. 1895: Oscar Wilde lost his criminal libel case against the Marquis of Queensberry, who had accused the writer of homosexual practices.
  15. 1900: In Brussels, Belgium, assassins attempt to take the life of Edward, the Prince of Wales.
  16. 1915: Jess Willard knocked out Jack Johnson in the 26th round for the heavyweight boxing title of the world.
  17. 1919: The Polish Army executes 35 young Jews. Elsewhere, heavyweight boxer Jess Willard knocked Jack Johnson out in Havana, Cuba.
  18. 1923: Firestone Tire and Rubber Company puts their inflatable tires into production on this date.
  19. 1925: During an exhibition game, the New York Yankees whip the Brooklyn Dodgers 16-9; however, Babe Ruth collapses from an ulcer.
  20. 1930: Mahatma Gandhi defied British law by making salt in India.
  21. 1932: In the Dominion of Newfoundland, 10,000 rioters seize the Colonial Building, which leads to the end of self-government.
  22. 1933: President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order creating the Civilian Conservation Corps and an anti-hoarding order that effectively prohibited private ownership of gold. Meanwhile, the first operation to remove a lung took place at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Mo.
  23. 1936: A tornado virtually annihilates the town of Tupelo, Mississippi, leading to the deaths of 216 citizens.
  24. 1937: In New York City, future U.S. Army General, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and 65thS. Secretary of State Colin Powell is born. He served under President George W. Bush from 01-20-2001 to 01-26-2005. Many thought Secretary Powell would one day run for president but so far, he has refrained from entering presidential politics.
  25. 1938: Anti-Jewish riots break out in Dabrowa, Poland.
  26. 1939: In Nazi Germany, membership in Hitler Youth becomes obligatory.
  27. 1942: Allan Clarke—future vocalist/guitarist with the British rock band, the Hollies[i]—is born in England on this date.
  28. 1944: In World War II, 270 inhabitants of the Greek village of Kleisoura die at the hands of Nazi executioners.
  29. 1948: Kent Henry, future guitarist with the rock band, Steppenwolf[ii], was born on this date, as was drummer, Dave Holland, in England, who played with Trapeze[iii] 1969-1979.
  30. 1951: A judge sentenced Julius and Ethel Rosenberg to death following their conviction in New York on charges of conspiring to commit espionage for the Soviet Union.
  31. 1954: The U.S. Supreme Court, in Federal Communications Commission v. American Broadcasting Co., Inc., unanimously ruled that TV quiz shows did not violate lottery laws. Meanwhile, Elvis Presley[iv] records his debut single, “That’s All Right Mama.”
  32. 1955: Winston Churchill resigns as British prime minister due to health reasons; Anthony Eden succeeds him.
  33. 1964: Army General Douglas MacArthur died in Washington at age 84.
  34. 1967: In the NBA, Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia 76ers scores a record 41 rebounds.
  35. 1974: Doubleday Books released Stephen King’s first published novel, “Carrie.” Meanwhile, the then-tallest building in New York City, the World Trade Center, opens with 110 stories.
  36. 1976: Reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes died in Houston, Texas, at age 70.
  37. 1981: Canned Heat’s[v] original lead singer, Bob “the Bear” Hite died on this date, the victim of a heart attack. Meanwhile, in the NHL, the Philadelphia Flyers amass a record of 2,621 penalty minutes.
  38. 1982: In Washington, D.C., the 95thS. Supreme Court Associate Justice Abe Fortas died. President Lyndon Baines Johnson nominated his fellow Democrat to fill the seat of Associate Justice Arthur Goldberg who went onto become the sixth U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. He served from 08-11-1965 to 05-14-1969. Elsewhere, a British fleet sails to the Falkland Islands to reclaim them by force of arms from Argentina.
  39. 1984: In the NBA, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar breaks Wilt Chamberlain’s all-time career scoring record of 31,419 points (31,421).
  40. 1985: John McEnroe said, “any man can beat any woman at any sport, especially tennis.”
  41. 1986: Two American service members and a Turkish woman died in the bombing of a West Berlin discotheque, an incident that prompted a U.S. air raid on Libya more than a week later.
  42. 1987: The Fox TV network premieres showing “Married with Children” and “The Tracy Ullman Show.” The shows were the beginning of the FOX lineup.
  43. 1988: The Democratic National Convention picks Michael Dukakis as their presidential candidate.
  44. 1989: Solidarity grants legal status in Poland as the union/political movement and the government signed accords, which lifted an eight-year ban on the movement. The government also set elections for June 1989.
  45. 1991: The S. begins airdrops to Kurd refugees in northern Iraq.
  46. 1992: Peru’s President Alberto Fujimori suspends constitution and dissolved Congress.
  47. 1993: In Major League Baseball, two new expansion teams debut on this date: (1) the Florida Marlins first game – they beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-3 while in (2) the Colorado Rockies’ first game – they lose to the New York Mets 3-0.
  48. 1994: Guitarist/vocalist of the Grunge Rock band, Nirvana[vi], Kurt Cobain, takes his own life on this date using a shotgun.
  49. 1998: Famed rock drummer, Cozy Powell—who played with the Jeff Beck Group[vii], Black Sabbath[viii], Rainbow[ix], among others—died in an automobile accident on this date.
  50. 2004: A U.S.-Canadian task force investigating the massive power blackout of August 14, 2003, called for urgent approval of mandatory reliability rules to govern the electric transmission industry. Elsewhere, the Los Angeles Times won five Pulitzer Prizes; the Pulitzer for fiction went to Edward R. Jones for “The Known World.”
  51. 2007: Mark St. John—who played lead guitar with KISS[x] in 1984—died from a brain hemorrhage on this date.
  52. 2009: North Korea launches its controversial Kwangmyongsong-2 rocket. It passed over the mainland of Japan, which prompted an immediate reaction from the United Nations Security Council.
  53. 2010: Sixty countries receive invitations to participate in Iran’s two-day nuclear disarmament conference in Tehran April 17 – 18; China says it will attend. Elsewhere, an explosion at the Upper Big Branch mine near Charleston, West Virginia, killed 29 mineworkers.
  54. 2011: The U.S. Democratic National Committee appoints Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz chairperson.
  55. 2013: In Japan, optimism for economic revival sparked Bank of Japan’s stimulus plan, impacts Japan’s stock market index; following its release, the Nikkei 225 hits its highest level in nearly five years.
  56. 2014: Despite major terrorist threats, the people at Afghanistan line up outside the polling places, the third such election since the United States and its NATO allies booted the Taliban out of power to elect their new president.
  57. 2015: Regarding the looming Iranian nuclear deal, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues speaking out against it, declaring that ‘it will lead to wider nuclear proliferation.’ Meanwhile, after being discredited and severely chastised by public opinion, Rolling Stone magazine finds itself in the embarrassing position of having to retract a story about a ‘gang rape on campus’ at the University of Virginia. Evidence proved that it was yet another bogus story occurring during the reign of President Barack Obama.
  58. 2016: After the passage of an anti-gay bill in North Carolina, PayPal announces the cancelation of a $3.6 million investment in the state. Gee whiz. Meanwhile, the city of San Francisco becomes the first U.S. city to mandate paid parental leave.
  59. 2020: The Kung Flu, also known as COVID-19, aka Coronavirus, continues causing havoc around the globe as it infects and slays people who are in its path.  As of today, there are more than 1,260,104 confirmed cases globally what with 69,082 confirmed dead, all because of China’s failure to close their infamous wet markets.  In the United States, there are 331,234 confirmed U.S. cases of the Wuhan Flu what with 9,458 dead Americans.  The price Beijing is going to pay when this is over is going to be extremely harmful to their communist overlords and who knows?  China might throw off its cruel taskmasters and Nationalist China would reclaim the mainland.

 

 

 

 

 

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00060 Anza Borrego 24 x 36 (400)

 

This artwork is #0060 a 24” x 36” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Anza Borrego.” It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale. You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page. At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.” Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks. Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty. We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work. It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor! You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY! Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

 

 

 

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In 2009, Phil Manzanera and 801 released a live album recorded in 1997, “801 Manchester,” featuring the musical friends he has made along the way both within and without Roxy Music. As always, the music is innovative and mind-blowing, which is why we urge everyone who digs the man, his music, and styles evoked on this CD to use the link we provide you here. Once you do, you can take the digital journey, a swift one to be sure, to the world’s greatest online marketplace, Amazon.com. There, you can pick the CD up in the format, the condition, and the price that rocks your world. We thank you for your patronage.

 

 

 

 

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[i] We shared the music of the Hollies with the world beginning on Monday, 29-August-2016 through Thursday, 03-November-2016.

[ii] We promoted the music of Steppenwolf, beginning on Friday, 25-May-2012 through Sunday, 17-June-2012. You definitely need to check the music of this iconic band out ASAP.

[iii] We first began promoting the music of Trapeze beginning on Monday, 15-October-2018 through Saturday, 27-October-2018. We hope you will seek the music of this famed band out and consider adding it to your collection.

[iv] When the time will be right for the presentation of Elvis Presley is unknown but if we are still going strong in the 2030s, we expect to do so. Please, stay tuned.

[v] We began promoting the music of Canned Heat on Sunday, 05-June-2011 through Sunday, 17-July-2011. We hope you will seek them out and add them to your collection.

[vi] We hope to share the music of Nirvana with the world within the next decade or so when we will do a series of Grunge Rock bands.

[vii] We presented another series of interconnected bands which included the Jeff Beck Group, Free, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, the Firm, Mott the Hoople, Ian Hunter, the Yardbirds, and a plethora of solo and group efforts beginning on Wednesday, 02-July-2014 through Sunday, 19-October-2014. We definitely hope that you will seek this music out and consider adding it to your growing collection.

[viii] We hope to offer the music of Black Sabbath sometime in the next decade.

[ix] We shared the music of Deep Purple, Ian Gillan, Captain Beyond, Elf, and Rainbow beginning on Tuesday, 20-March-2018 and concluded this massive offering on Sunday, 14-October-2018. Please seek out the music by all of these phenomenal bands. All are fabulous.

[x] We hope to present the music of KISS sometime in the late 2020s.

 

 

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Presidents Millard Fillmore and William Howard Taft; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. and Edward Terry Sanford; the Eagles featuring Randy Meisner, the Grateful Dead featuring Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, the Monkees featuring Mickey Dolenz, the Spencer Davis Group featuring Philip “Phil” Sawyer, Three Dog Night featuring Michael Allsup, and Trapeze featuring Mel Galley:

  1. 1618: German astronomer Johannes Kepler devised his third law of planetary motion on this date.
  2. 1702: England’s Queen Anne acceded to the throne upon the death of King William III.
  3. 1722: Afghan monarch Mir Mohammad occupies Persia.
  4. 1801: The British army begins driving the French out of Egypt by attacking them at Abukir.
  5. 1817: On this date, financial elites found the New York Stock Exchange.
  6. 1841: In Boston, Massachusetts, the future 58thS. Supreme Court Associate Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Republican, is born. President Theodore Roosevelt would nominate his fellow Republican to fill the seat of another member of the GOP, Associate Justice Horace Gray. Holmes served from 12-04-1902 to 01-12-1932.
  7. 1854: U.S. Commodore Matthew C. Perry made his second landing in Japan; within a month, he concluded a treaty with the Japanese.
  8. 1855: At Niagara Falls, NY, a railroad train passes over the first railway suspension bridge on this date and does so with incident.
  9. 1862: During the Civil War, the ironclad CSS Virginia rammed and sank the USS Cumberland and heavily damaged the USS Congress, both frigates, off Newport News, Virginia. What’s more, the Confederate Navy launches the ironclad CSS Merrimack.
  10. 1874: The 13th president of the United States—Millard Fillmore, Whig, who served between 1850-1853—died on this date.
  11. 1880: President Rutherford B. Hayes declared that the United States would hold jurisdiction over any canal built across the Isthmus of Panama.
  12. 1884: Susan B. Anthony addresses the House Judiciary Committee arguing for an amendment to the Constitution granting women the right to vote. Anthony’s argument came 16 years after legislators had first introduced a federal women’s suffrage amendment.
  13. 1887: Everett Horton received a patent for his telescoping fishing rod on this date.
  14. 1894: New York passes the first dog licensing law in the United States.
  15. 1904: The Bundestag in Germany lifted the ban on the Jesuit order of priests.
  16. 1907: The British House of Commons turned down a women’s suffrage bill.
  17. 1909: Pope Pius X lifted the church ban on interfaith marriages in Hungary.
  18. 1910: The King of Spain authorized the ability of women to attend universities in his nation.
  19. 1911: In Copenhagen, Denmark, Clara Zetkin, leader of the German Women’s Office for the Social Democratic Party launches the first International Women’s Day.
  20. 1913: The newly formed Internal Revenue Service begins to levy and to collect income taxes.
  21. 1916: For the third time in American history, the U.S. invades Cuba to drive out the corrupt Menocal regime.
  22. 1917: The U.S. Senate voted to limit filibusters by adopting the cloture rule. Elsewhere, Russia’s “February Revolution” (old-style calendar) began with rioting and strikes across St. Petersburg.
  23. 1918: The first case of the Spanish Flu strikes, what would become a worldwide pandemic that would kill more people than did World War I.
  24. 1921: As he was leaving the Spanish Parliament in Madrid, an assassin murdered Premier Eduardo Dato.
  25. 1924: At Castle Gate, Utah, a coalmine explosion kills 171 miners.
  26. 1929: The U.S. Worker Union Commission reports that slavery is taking place in Liberia, the African nation the U.S. established on the west coast of the continent to return former American slaves to for resettlement.
  27. 1930: The 27th president and then 10th chief justice of the United States, William Howard Taft, died in Washington at age 72 as did- get this- the 72ndS. Supreme Court Associate Justice Edward Terry Sanford. President Warren G. Harding nominated him to fill Mahlon Pitney’s seat. He served from 01-29-1923 to 03-08-1930. Meanwhile, Mahatmas Gandhi commences civil disobedience in India to drive out the British.
  28. 1934: Edwin Hubble’s photo shows as many galaxies as the Milky Way has stars.
  29. 1936: At Daytona Beach, Florida, auto-racing enthusiasts hold their first stock car race.
  30. 1941: Hugh Mulcahy of the Phillies is the first baseball player drafted into World War II.
  31. 1942: Japanese forces occupied Yangon in Burma during World War II. Meanwhile, the Dutch colonial military forces in Indonesia surrender to the Japanese invaders.
  32. 1943: Japanese forces attacked American troops on Hill 700 in Bougainville in a battle that lasted for five days.
  33. 1945: The Nazi occupiers of Amsterdam execute 53 citizens on this date during the closing days of World War II in Europe. Meanwhile, future drummer/vocalist with the rock band, the Monkees[i]—Mickey Dolenz—is born on this date. Finally, the first black nurse to serve duty during World War II—Phyllis Mae Daley—received her commission in the U.S. Navy Nurse Corps.
  34. 1946: Future rock bassist with Poco[ii] (1968-70) and with the Eagles[iii] (1971-77)—Randy Meisner—is born in the United States on this date.
  35. 1947: Philip “Phil” Sawyer, future lead guitarist with Shotgun Express featuring Mick Fleetwood—the forerunner of Fleetwood Mac[iv]—was born in England on this date. Elsewhere, founding guitarist with the rock band, Three Dog Night[v] (1968-73 / 1981-84 / 1991-present)—Michael Allsup—was born in the United States on this date.
  36. 1948: The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) rules in McCollum v. Board of Education that religious instruction in public schools is unconstitutional. Meanwhile, in Great Britain, future guitarist with the British rock band, Trapeze[vi]—Mel Galley—is born in the United Kingdom on this date.
  37. 1950: Soviet authorities announce the Soviet Union has developed the atomic bomb.
  38. 1954: France and Vietnam opened talks in Paris on a treaty to form the state of Indochina.
  39. 1957: Israeli troops begin leaving Egypt after the Suez Canal Crisis; the canal reopens to small shipping.
  40. 1959: The three best-known Marx Brothers—Groucho, Harpo, and Chico—go on their final television performance together.
  41. 1963: A military coup in Syria brought the Baath Party to power.
  42. 1964: Malcolm X leaves the Black Muslim movement.
  43. 1965: The United States landed its first combat troops in South Vietnam as 3,500 Marines hit the beach and then went to the U.S. airbase at Da Nang to provide security services.
  44. 1968: Bill Graham opens his famed Fillmore East concert hall.
  45. 1971: Joe Frazier beats Muhammad Ali in 15 rounds and retains heavyweight-boxing title. Meanwhile, kin the NBA, the Milwaukee Bucks win their 20th straight game, a team record. Elsewhere, silent-film comedian Harold Lloyd died in Beverly Hills, California, at age 77. Finally, Radio Hanoi broadcasts “The Star-Spangled Banner” as performed by legendary rock guitarist, Jimi Hendrix[vii].
  46. 1972: The Goodyear blimp makes its first flight on this date.
  47. 1973: Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, founding member of the Grateful Dead[viii], keyboardist, guitarist, harmonica player, and vocalist, died from the effects of liver disease.
  48. 1974: At Paris, France, the Charles de Gaulle International Airport opens for business.
  49. 1975: The world celebrated the first International Women’s Day on this date.
  50. 1979: China pulls its invasion troops out of Vietnam. Meanwhile, astronomers discover the first extraterrestrial volcano on Io, a satellite of Jupiter. Finally, technology firm Phillips demonstrated a proto-type compact disc player during a press conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on this date.
  51. 1982: The U.S. accused the Soviets of killing 3,000 Afghans with poison gas.
  52. 1983: In a speech to the National Assembly of Evangelicals convention, in Orlando, Florida, President Ronald Reagan calls the Soviet Union an ‘evil empire.’
  53. 1985: The Internal Revenue Service reported that 407,700 Americans were millionaires. That was more than double the total from the previous five years.
  54. 1988: At Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, 17 U.S. soldiers died when the two helicopters in which they were traveling collided in midair.
  55. 1991: U.S. troops begin arriving home from the Gulf War; meanwhile, the Iraqis hand over two American soldiers it captured plus 40 foreign journalists.
  56. 1994: The U.S. Defense Department announces a smoking ban in its many workplaces.
  57. 1999: The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Timothy McVeigh for the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995.
  58. 2001: The House of Representatives voted for an across-the-board tax cut of nearly $1 trillion over the next decade. This occurred under the administration of President George W. Bush, which drove the Democrats frigging insane.
  59. 2010: The French navy captures 35-suspected Somali pirates off the coast of East Africa, the most successful anti-pirate operation in European Union history.
  60. 2012: Toyota recalls 700,000 vehicles over safety concerns.
  61. 2013: Venezuela holds a state funeral for dead thug, Hugo Chavez; following the ceremony, the nation swears in another thug, Nicolas Maduro. Meanwhile, in response to sanctions imposed by the U.N. over their nuclear program, North Korean officials announce they are going to target the west coast of the U.S. with nuclear missiles as well as terminate all peace pacts with South Korea.
  62. 2014: U.S. payrolls show growth, with 129,000 jobs added in January and 175,000 jobs added in February despite difficult winter weather. Elsewhere, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 with 239 souls aboard loses contact and disappears, prompting the most expensive search effort in history.
  63. 2015: According to Brainy History, a report on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 comes out today, one year after the incident, revealing that the flight’s locator beacon battery had expired a year before the flight, but nothing unusual was otherwise detected.
  64. 2016: According to On This Day, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) begins presenting the movies of actress Claire Trevor to honor the 106th anniversary of her birth.
  65. 2017: Results from the University of Adelaide’s study on aboriginal DNA determines that the Aborigines date back 50,000 years in Australia and arrived there in one migration.
  66. 2018: True to his word, President Donald J. Trump authorizes tariffs on the import of aluminum and steel into the United States, excluding both Mexico and Canada- for the time being. The enemies of the 45th president wail and moan that this is going to cripple the United States’ economy. It didn’t.
  67. 2019: The ladies of the National U.S. Women’s Soccer Team launch a federal gender discrimination lawsuit against the United States Soccer Federation. They want equal pay. We think they should get it. The age of pay inequality in the United States must end.

 

 

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:

 

 

00032 April in Calistoga 12 x 16 (400)

 

This artwork is #0032 a 12” x 16” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “April in Calistoga.” It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale. You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page. At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.” Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks. Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty. We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work. It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor! You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY! Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

 

 

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Phil Manzanera joined forces with former Roxy Music bandmate, Andy Mackay, to record “Manzanera and Mackay,” (1991). The two always had musical magic as the virtuoso musicians who fronted the great British art rock band along with Bryan Ferry. Here, the two reprised their musical interplay, which is a great reason for the fans of both the band and its individual parts can take pleasure in hearing two of the three parts back together. Please, visit Amazon.com where you can pick it up in the format, the condition, and the price that works best for you.

 

 

 

 

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[i] Not sure when we will begin presenting the music of this famed American band- the Monkees- but when we do, we also do the solo catalogs of Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork. Please stay tuned for more information.

[ii] We hope to share the music of the Eagles, Joe Walsh, Don Henley, Glenn Fray, and others, including Poco, sometime in the next decade. Please remain with us.

[iii] See previous.

[iv] We first began offering the music of Fleetwood Mac on Monday, 03-January-2011 through Thursday, 27-January-2011. At the time however, we overlooked presenting the music of the group’s individual members- Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green, Danny Kirwan, Jeremy Spencer, Bob Welch, Lindsay Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks. We hope to do that at some point in the near future. Please seek their music out by checking posts on those corresponding dates. We thank you.

[v] Not sure when we will get around to doing the music of Three Dog Night but if we ever return to promoting the music of famed rock bands from the 1960s and the 1970s, we sure as heck will include this stellar band, one that is still performing to this day. We saw them in 2019 and all we can say is “Wow.”

[vi] We first began promoting the music of Trapeze beginning on Monday, 15-October-2018 through Saturday, 27-October-2018. We hope you will seek the music of this famed band out and consider adding it to your collection.

[vii] We began promoting the music of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Jimi Hendrix on Sunday, 22-December-2013 through Thursday, 16-January-2014. Please check the albums out, you will enjoy them.

[viii] We began promoting the music of the Grateful Dead- including Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Phil Lesh- beginning on Tuesday, 30-August-2011 through Wednesday, 11-January-2012. Then, we did a second series featuring more albums by this fabled San Francisco band beginning on Friday, 09-August-2013 through Monday, 19-August-2013. At some point, we will have to do a third series as the music from this band never ends. Please, seek them out and consider adding them to your collection.

 

 

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