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17. TODAY IN HISTORY—MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 2022:
Tu Bishvat/Tu B’Shevat (Jewish Holiday); Martin Luther King Jr. Day (federal and state holiday); General Robert E. Lee’s Birthday (Alabama, Mississippi); Idaho Human Rights Day (Idaho); and Civil Rights Day (Arizona and New Hampshire)
President Rutherford B. Hayes; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Smith Thompson, and George Sutherland; U.S. Attorneys General Caleb Cushing and Nicolas Katzenbach; U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher; U.S. Treasury Secretaries Joseph W. Barr and Nicholas F. Brady; U.S. Senator Bob Menendez; the Guess Who featuring Domenic Troiano, the Kinks, Led Zeppelin I, Mott the Hoople featuring Terrence Dale “Buffin” Griffin, Heavyweight Boxing Champion Muhammad Ali, and the Rolling Stones featuring Mick Taylor:
- 1377 Friday: Catholic authorities transferred the Papal See from Avignon, France, back to Rome on this date.
- 1562 Wednesday: The Edict of St. Germain recognized the rights of French Protestants.
- 1595 Tuesday: French King Henry IV declared war on Spain.
- 1768 Sunday: In Amenia, N.Y., the future 19th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Smith Thompson is born. President James Monroe would nominate the Democratic-Republican to fill the seat of Associate Justice Henry Livingston. Thompson would serve from September 01, 1823, to December 18, 1843.
- 1773 Sunday: Captain Cook’s Resolution became the first ship to cross the Antarctic Circle.
- 1779 Sunday: Captain Cook makes the last entry in the log of the HMS Discovery.
- 1795 Saturday: The Dudingston Curling Society organized in Edinburgh, Scotland.
- 1800 Friday: Future 23rd U.S. Attorney General Caleb Cushing is born in Salisbury, Massachusetts, on this date. A member of numerous parties, he would serve under President Franklin Pierce from March 07, 1853, until March 04, 1857.
- 1806 Friday: James Madison Randolph, grandson of President Thomas Jefferson, becomes the first child born in the White House.
- 1821 Wednesday: Mexico permits Moses Austin and 300 American families to settle in Texas.
- 1861 Thursday: English plumber, Thomas Crapper, patents the flush toilet.
- 1864 Sunday: Troops under General James Longstreet ends the heavy fighting around Dandridge, Tennessee.
- 1874 Saturday: Armed Democrats in Texas seize the government, ending radical Reconstruction.
- 1885 Saturday: British troops beat the Mahdi and his army at the Battle of Abu Klea in the Sudan.
- 1893 Tuesday: A group of businesspersons and sugar planters overthrew Hawaii’s monarchy and forced Queen Liliuokalani to abdicate her throne, setting off a great deal of strife among the population. Some want to reclaim the former kingdom’s independence! Meanwhile, the 19th president of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes, died at age 70 in Fremont, Ohio. A Republican, he served the American people from March 04, 1878, to March 04, 1881.
- 1900 Tuesday: The U.S. took Wake Island in the mid-Pacific as it housed an important cable link between Hawaii and Manila. Elsewhere, Mormon Brigham Young suffered denial of a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives because he was a polygamist.
- 1912 Wednesday: English explorer Robert Falcon Scott reached the South Pole. However, Norwegian Roald Amundsen had beaten him there by one month. Unfortunately, for Scott and his party, they died on the return trip.
- 1913 Friday: A new company, J.C. Penney Company incorporated on this date as all partner interest in the 36 Golden Rule Stores consolidated into the new corporation.
- 1915 Sunday: Russian troops occupy Bukovina and western Ukraine.
- 1916 Monday: In New York City, pro golfers formed the Professional Golfers Association on this date.
- 1917 Wednesday: The United States paid Denmark $25 million for the Virgin Islands.
- 1918 Thursday: In Bicknell, Indiana, future 59th U.S. Treasury Secretary Joseph W. Barr is born. A future Democrat, he would serve under President Lyndon Baines Johnson from December 21, 1968, to January 20, 1969.
- 1922 Tuesday: In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, future 65th U.S. Attorney General Nicolas Katzenbach is born. A Democrat, he would serve under President Lyndon Baines Johnson from February 11, 1965, to October 02, 1966. (He also was Acting AG from September 04, 1964, to February 11, 1965).
- 1929 Thursday: The cartoon character, Popeye the Sailor Man made his debut in the “Thimble Theater” comic strip.
- 1934 Wednesday: Ferdinand Porsche submitted a design for a people’s car, a “Volkswagen,” to the new German Reich government.
- 1938 Monday: The 70th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice George Sutherland left the nation’s high court on this date. A Republican, President Warren G. Harding nominated his fellow Republican to fill Associate Justice John Clarke’s seat. Sutherland served from 09-05-1922 until today.
- 1942 Saturday: Cassius Clay—the future boxing champion of the world, Muhammad Ali—is born in Louisville, Kentucky, on this date. He would go on to compile a professional record of 61 fights, 56 wins (37 KOs), and five losses.
- 1943 Sunday: General Gabrielle Nasci of the Italian Alpine Corps received a letter from his German superiors alerting him that he and his corps were NOT to join the retreat from the Don Front. It alerted him that he would be held responsible for whatever was to come which meant they were being sacrificed to allow the Germans and the Hungarians to pull back. The Italian command in Russia- the ARMIR- told General Nasci later in the day to begin pulling back anyway, to break the Soviet encirclement of his forces before it was too late.
- 1944 Monday: During World War II, Allied Forces launched the first of four battles for Monte Casino in Italy; the Allies were ultimately successful in overcoming the Nazi defenses but the cost in lives and material would be tremendous. The German defenders were elite parachutists and defended every nook and cranny of the abbey.
- 1945 Wednesday: Soviet and Polish forces liberated Warsaw during World War II. As the Red Army rolls in, a communist government is quickly installed which leads to outrage from the British and the free Polish government in Great Britain. Elsewhere, Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, credited with saving tens of thousands of Jews, disappeared in Hungary while in Soviet custody.
- 1946 Thursday: Future lead guitarist with the James Gang[i] (1972) and the Guess Who[ii] (1974-1975)—Domenic Troiano—is born in Modugno, Italy, on this date.
- 1948 Saturday: The trial of eleven communists in New York City commences. Meanwhile, the Netherlands and Indonesia agree to a ceasefire in the latter nation’s war of independence.
- 1949 Monday: In Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England, Mick Taylor, lead guitarist for the Rolling Stones[iii] following the death of Brian Jones was born on this date. He played with the Stones from 1969-1975 when he departed the band to embark on a solo career.
- 1950 Tuesday: The Great Brink’s Robbery took place as seven masked men held up a Brink’s garage in Boston, stealing $1.2 million in cash and $1.5 million in checks and money orders. (Although the authorities caught the entire gang, they only recovered part of the loot.
- 1955 Monday: The submarine USS Nautilus made its first nuclear-powered test run from its berth in Groton, Connecticut.
- 1961 Tuesday: President Dwight D. Eisenhower delivered his farewell address in which he warned against “the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex.” Meanwhile, in his third pro heavyweight boxing match, Cassius Clay scored a TKO of his opponent, Tony Esperti at the 1:30 minute mark of Round 3 in a schedule 8-round bout putting his pro record to 3-0.
- 1963 Thursday: Wilt Chamberlain of the NBA San Francisco Warriors scores 67 points in a game against the Los Angeles Lakers.
- 1964 Friday: Michelle La Vaughn Robinson—the future Mrs. Barack Obama and First Lady of the United States—was born in Chicago, Illinois.
- 1966 Monday: A B-52 carrying four H-bombs collided with a refueling tanker. Seven crewmembers lost their lives in the mishap (four aboard the tanker and three aboard the B-52) and three of the bombs plummeted nearby the Spanish town of Palomares while the other one fell into the Mediterranean Sea.
- 1969 Friday: Led Zeppelin[iv] released its debut album in the United States on this date in history!
- 1971 Sunday: In Super Bowl V, the Baltimore Colts beat the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 16-13; Chuck Halley of Dallas is the MVP. Meanwhile Kid Rock was born in Romeo, Michigan.
- 1975 Friday: The undercover cop drama “Barretta,” starring Robert Blake, premiered on ABC-TV.
- 1977 Monday: The first execution in the United States in a decade took place at Utah State Prison as a firing squad executed convicted murderer Gary Gilmore, 36.
- 1983 Monday: Governor George C. Wallace of Alabama becomes governor for a record fourth time. Meanwhile, Nigeria expels 2 million illegal aliens, mostly Ghana natives.
- 1984 Tuesday: The U.S. Supreme Court, in Sony Corp. of America vs. Universal City Studios, Inc., ruled 5-4 that the use of home video cassette recorders to tape television programs for private viewing did not violate federal copyright laws.
- 1986 Friday: At the Omni Colosseum in Atlanta, Georgia, heavyweight WBA boxing champion Tony Tubbs lost a 15-round majority decision- and the belt- to Tim Witherspoon. Tubbs record dropped to 21-1 while that of Witherspoon went to 24-2. Also on the card, heavyweight boxer Greg Page lost a unanimous 10-round decision to Buster Douglas putting the record of Page to 24-5 while that of Douglas went to 21-3-1.
- 1987 Saturday: In Miami, Florida, at the 2:10 minute mark of Round 1 in a scheduled 10-round heavyweight bout, Leon Spinks loses the fight to Jose Ribalta. Spinks’ record goes to 17-7-2 while that of “El Nino” goes to 24-4-1.
- 1989 Tuesday: A gunman opens fire in a California school, killing five people and wounding 30. Elsewhere, up-and-coming heavyweight boxing future champion Tommy Morrison improved his record to 4-0 with a KO of Elvin Evans in Round 1.
- 1990 Wednesday: Cleveland’s Rock-and-Roll Hall of Fame inducted the one-and-only Kinks[v] on this date in time. The band was active between 1964 until 1994.
- 1991 Thursday: Operation Desert Storm, the campaign to drive the Iraqis out of Kuwait begins as negotiations for a peaceful resolution failed as Saddam Hussein stepped up his belligerence in defending the nation his military forces had overrun.
- 1993 Tuesday: The 68th U.S. Treasury Secretary Nicholas F. Brady left office on this date. A Republican, he served under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush from September 15, 1988, until today.
- 1994 Monday: A 6.6-magnitude earthquake hits Los Angeles, killing 61 people and causing $20 billion in damage.
- 1995 Tuesday: The Los Angeles Rams announce they are moving to St. Louis. Elsewhere, more than 6,000 people died when an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2 devastated the city of Kobe, Japan.
- 1997 Friday: A court in Ireland granted the first divorce in the Roman Catholic country’s history. Elsewhere, the 63rd U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher left office on this date. A Democrat, he served under President Bill Clinton from 01-20-1993 until today.
- 1998 Saturday: Paula Jones accuses President Bill Clinton of sexual abuse.
- 2003 Friday: In Lemoore, California, on Indian tribal land, heavyweight boxer Tony Tubbs lost a 10-round unanimous decision to Mexican heavyweight boxer, Gilbert Martinez, putting his pro record to 42-9.
- 2006 Tuesday: U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, Democrat, entered the U.S. Senate on this date representing the Garden State- New Jersey.
- 2009 Saturday: Israel declares a ceasefire in the Gaza War to be effective on January 18 while the Islamists do the same. The Israelis should have killed more of this jihadist scum.
- 2010 Sunday: Ali Hassan al-Majid, former Iraqi minister, also known as Chemical Ali, receives a death sentence for the poison gas attack at Halabja. He was just following orders…
- 2011 Monday: All bullet trains in northern and central Japan temporarily halted due a computer glitch that affects thousands of passengers. Elsewhere, GlaxoSmithKline announces that over the previous quarter, due to problems with the drug, Avandia, they have had to pay out $3.4 billion to settle numerous lawsuits.
- 2012 Tuesday: India and China agree to build a functional plan to address border issues. Meanwhile, Syria rejects offers of Arab nations sending of troops to help quell the uprisings.
- 2013 Thursday: After stripping Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France Titles, the IOC takes away the cyclist’s bronze medal from the 2000 Summer Olympics; racing authorities found him guilty of doping. Meanwhile, France increases the number of its troops in northern Mali by 1,400, planning to have a force of 2,500 or more to quell the Islamist insurgency.
- 2014 Friday: Responding to privacy concerns raised by former spy contractor Edward Snowden’s NSA disclosures, U.S. President Barack Obama[vi] announces reforms to NSA phone surveillance. Elsewhere, the Taliban carry out a suicide bombing on a Kabul, Afghanistan, restaurant killing 26 people outright and wounding numerous others. Meanwhile, after it took 25 minutes to execute convicted murderer Denis McGuire of Ohio, a controversy breaks out in the U.S. on the issue of capital punishment- yet again.
- 2015 Saturday: U.S. President Barack Obama vows to veto additional sanctions proposed by Congress against Iran, citing the delicacy of international talks currently underway with the nation regarding limitations on its nuclear program. Elsewhere, as the fight intensifies against Boko Haram jihadis in Nigeria and Cameroon, Chad announces it will also dispatch its soldiers to aid Nigerian government forces against Islamist extremism. Kill ‘em all, men, kill ‘em all.
- 2016 Sunday: In Charleston, S.C., the fourth Democratic Party presidential candidates go toe to toe in a wild event in which the candidates sparred over issues such as gun control and health care. Elsewhere, on the other side of the world, ISIS carries out another suicide bombing in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, killing at least 13 people and wounding another 14 or more people. Meanwhile, as Syrian government troops begin pushing back against the ISIS thugs in Deir ez-Azor, retreating Islamists kidnap 400 civilians to use as hostages.
- 2016 Sunday A: In London, England, longtime drummer with the British bands Mott the Hoople[vii], Mott, and British Lions- Terrence Dale “Buffin” Griffin lost his battle with early onset Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 67.
- 2017 Tuesday: Prior to leaving office, outgoing President Barack Hussein Obama commutes Wikileaks rat fink Bradley (Chelsea) Manning’s prison sentence from 35 years to seven years. Another person who gets a commutation is Puerto Rican terrorist Oscar Lopez Rivera who was serving a 35-year stretch for sedition and other crimes. Meanwhile, to the dismay of loved ones, the search for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 370 over the Indian Ocean is terminated.
- 2018 Wednesday: To the outrage of many, President Donald J. Trump tweets a link to the Republican National Committee’s Fake News Awards where the 45th president shares the 10 most bogus stories reported in the fake news. He also shares how he is accomplishing so much even though the fake news media does its best to destroy him.
- 2019 Thursday: The so-called “Godfather of Crystal Meth” in China- Cai Dongyi- undergoes execution by the authorities for his numerous crimes. Meanwhile, in response to House Speaker Nancy “Mumbles” Pelosi’s suggestion of a rescheduling of the SOTU address, postpones the scheduled ‘investigative trip’ by House and Senate Dems- including leadership- scheduled to leave for Europe, Egypt, and Afghanistan as the aircraft sits on the runway preparing to take off. Oops.
- 2020 Friday: The Chi-Coms waste no time: a man convicted of murdering a doctor on New Year’s Eve receives a penalty of death. Apparently, attacks on medical personnel have increased in the communist giant following the outbreak of the Bat Flu and a lackluster response in dealing with it. The man killed a doctor in Beijing. So, 17-plus days after the crime, he’s tried and convicted and most likely going to have the sentence carried out soon. The U.S. could learn something on this front.
- 2021 Sunday: Following an average of violent assaults on ten transit workers per month since July 2020, New York City Transit officials are begging for extra security from their ‘missing in action’ worthless Mayor Bill Di Blasio. Haven’t heard if he’s going to acknowledge their requests. Next, thanks to similar problems, BIG TECH companies are fleeing San Francisco as though it has a horrible case of herpes. Can’t blame them. Meanwhile, ‘President-elect Pro-China Joe’ Biden guarantees that on Inauguration Day, he is going to legalize 11 million illegal aliens as a start which will lead to an erasing of borders. Election theft has consequences. Elsewhere, “Big Brother Facebook” now is going to ban ads for weapon accessories.
- 2021 Sunday A: The House Intel Committee requests all documents on the events that lead up to the storming of the Capitol Hill on January 6. What will they say when they learn for sure that Chi-Com-funded Antifa and Black Lives Matter thugs infiltrated and instigated the actions that occurred on that dreary day? We have learned that not only the Chi-Coms but also the Iranians and possibly the Russians funneled Bitcoin dark money through Europe that made its way into the hands of the human garbage that desecrated the nation’s capital and have given the Democrats their Reichstag Fire moment. Speaking of the “Reichstag Fire” moment, statehouses across the country are ‘gearing up for Inauguration Day violence caused by TRUMP SUPPORTERS.” Oh, please, they are blaming Trump supporters for their crackdown on civil liberties and the overthrow of the American way of life. Meanwhile, 59-percent of Republicans want their legislators to challenge “Pro-China Joe” Biden’s theft of the 2020 Presidential Election as do we.
- 2021 Sunday B: Vice President Mike Pence is visiting Fort Drum today to deliver remarks to the 10th Mountain Division. Elsewhere, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee says that ‘Kamala Harris should be impeached for having supported left-wing political violence all last year’ as well as for ‘bailing out criminal thugs who perpetrated said violence.’ We agree. We also approve of Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s articles of impeachment against “Chi-Com Joe” Biden on January 21, 2020, for his deep ties to COMMUNIST CHINA. Speaking of the Chi-Coms, Vice President Mike Pence urges the incoming ‘Biden-Harris’ administration to maintain eternal vigilance on the communist Chi-Coms. Elsewhere, one of the BOGUS Lincoln Project’s co-founders John Weaver steps down for having propositioned numerous young men seeking sexual hook-ups for misbehavior. Lincoln Project is as bogus as is the 1619 Project, crackpot, left-wing BS crap.
- 2021 Sunday C: A recent NBC poll shows that approval ratings among Republicans for President Trump is as high as ever with 87-percent of the GOP solidly behind the president. Meanwhile, this past Friday, Bill Maher criticized the incoming ‘Biden-Harris administration’ for flaunting all the COVID-19 restrictions by holding large inaugural events. Everyone else but leftwing protesters must remain indoors cowering from the Chi-Vi, the Kung Flu, the Xi Jinping Bat Flu. We say, “F**k them!” P.S.- Joe will NEVER be our president.
- 2021 Sunday D: The Australian Open is going to proceed in early February as planned even though some tennis players must remain indoors for 14 days if anyone around them tested positive for the Chinese Virus. Many players said they would not have come had they known they would have had to remain indoors without practice for two flipping weeks. Who can blame them? Elsewhere, Betty White hits 99 years of age today. Meanwhile, fans of Jeopardy! want the stage named for the late host, Alex Trebek.
- 2021 Sunday E: Alexei Navalny arrives back in Moscow and is detained on arrival by Russian authorities. Elsewhere, former Facebook official suggests that cable providers drop OAN and Newsmax. Simultaneously, Twitter has suspended the account of Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene. AND YOU THINK THERE’S NO FUNNY BUSINESS GOING ON ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND THE WORLD?
- 2021 Sunday F: On day 2 of the NFL Divisional Round of the playoffs, the Kansas City Chiefs (15-2) survive the loss of quarterback Patrick Mahomes and beat the visiting Cleveland Browns (12-6) by a final score of 22-17. In the second game, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-5) beat the New Orleans Saints, 20 (13-5). Next Sunday, the Bucs will visit Green Bay and Buffalo will visit Kansas City in the conference round. We are making a BOLD prediction now- a ‘State Farm Super Bowl,’ Kansas City vs. Green Bay! You heard it here first!
- 2021 Sunday G: Here are the COVID-19 statistics for the planet as a whole: 95,003,533 confirmed cases, +592,965, 2,029,938, confirmed deaths, +9,896, and 52,269,644 confirmed recoveries, +302,236. Next, here are the stats for the United States, the intended target of the Chinese-engineered Wuhan Virus pandemic: 24,117,759 confirmed cases (mysteriously down from a week ago), up 120,964 from yesterday’s reporting, 401,256 confirmed deaths, UP 1,576, and 10,467,918 confirmed recoveries, UP 44,674.
- 2021 Sunday H: Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-the Elemental News of the Day employs chef-bloggers- California, Hawaii, and Washington- here are the stats, California first: 2,976,643 confirmed cases, 33,393 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Next here are the numbers for Hawaii: 25,470 confirmed cases, 322 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Finally, here are the stats for Washington: 290,896 confirmed cases, 3,971 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Let us look at one other state: West Virginia: currently, they have 108,821 confirmed cases, 1,776 confirmed deaths, and 80,187 confirmed recoveries. Now that Mo has relocated to Israel, let’s look at the statistics there: 548,332 confirmed cases, 4,005 confirmed deaths, and 472,437 confirmed recoveries.
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Unlike many of their contemporaries, Fairport Convention had an attitude of ‘never say die’ and thus they continued their labors in the studio and on the road. Today’s next album, “Sense of Occasion,” came out on February 12, 2007, and although some fans dismissed it for being somewhat ho-hum compared to their previous release, the band of merry Brits turns in yet another soul-satisfying release. The band features the quintet of Andy Guttridge (acoustic guitars), Ric Sanders (violins), Dave Pegg (acoustic and electric basses, and tenor mandola), Simon Nichol (guitars and vocals), Gerry Conway (drums), and Chris Leslie (mandolins, fiddles, cellos, and flutes). Again, we encourage everyone to visit their favorite nearest site for the absolute best in music, give it a good listen, and then see if you want to add it to your never-ending, always-growing collection like us. We think you will be glad you did.
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TODAY IN HISTORY, MONDAY JANUARY 17, 2022, BLOG POST #4,376
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We feel compelled to share with our new readers that we are an OPINION SITE and not a NEWS SITE although we do report the news. If anything, we are big history buffs which is why we have been going strong since early 2009…
Monday, January 17, 2022:
[i] We promoted the music of the James Gang beginning on Saturday, 11-August-2012 through Monday, 27-August-2012. We did not do the solo discography of Joe Walsh at the time but when we arrive at the Eagles, we most certainly will.
[ii] On Wednesday, 14-June-2017, we began presenting the music of the Guess Who and of its individual members- including Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Randy Bachman, Burton Cummings, and Bravebelt. The entire discography ran from the above date through Sunday, 01-October-2017. We hope you will check them out.
[iii] We shared the music of the Rolling Stones (and the group’s individual members) beginning Tuesday, 22-March-2016 through Sunday, 28-August-2016. This included the members solo projects which include Mick Taylor’s solo efforts.
[iv] We presented another series of interconnected bands which included 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. The debut Led Zeppelin album appeared on 07-July-2014. We hope you will check this famed British band out.
[v] We presented the music of the Kinks, as well as of Ray and Dave Davies, beginning on Monday, 22-December-2014 through Sunday, 15-March-2015. We hope you will check out the music of this original British invasion band as they are as relevant today as they were more than 50 years ago. Sure beats the hell out of Maroon Five.
[vi] Many believe Barack Obama should be disqualified as a president because most believe he was born outside the United States which would ban him from ever seeking the highest office in the land. At the very least, an asterisk should be placed by his name in all U.S. history books.
[vii] We presented another series of interconnected bands which included 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.
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