Friday, January 24, 2020

JANUARY 24, 2020

HAPPY BIRTHDAYS!
1936 - Jack Scott, singer, guitarist, and Capitol Records artist (1961-1964), is born Giovanni Dominico Scafone, Jr. in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
1939 - Ray Stevens, comedian, actor, singer, 1980 Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame inductee, and Prep Records (1957, the label was a subsidiary of Capitol Records) and Capitol Records (1958) artist, is born Harold Ray Ragsdale in Clarksdale, Georgia
1941 - Neil Diamond, a singer, songwriter, motion picture actor, and Capitol Records artist (1980 - the soundtrack to "The Jazz Singer" and 2014-present), is born Neil Leslie Diamond in Brooklyn, New York.

ON THIS DAY IN CAPITOL RECORDS HISTORY
1946 - The Pied Pipers (vocalists June Hutton, Chuck Lowry, Hal Hopper, and Clark Yocum), with Paul Weston and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted), record the titles "In The Moon Mist" and "Madame Butterball" at Radio Recorders' studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will issue both titles together as a single (Capitol 243).
1947 - During a split session held in Los Angeles, California with Paul Weston and His Orchestra (Ray Linn, Charlie Griffard, Zeke Zarchy, and Don Anderson on trumpet, Allan Thompson, Bill Schaefer, and Elmer Smithers on trombone, Fred Stulce, Matty Matlock, Herbie Haymer, Hap Lawson, and Len Hartman on saxophones, Milt Raskin on piano, George Van Eps on guitar, Jack Ryan on bass, Nick Fatool on drums, and a unidentified string section with six violins, two violas, a cello, and a harp) first vocalist Hal Derwin records the title "When Day Is Done" then vocalist Johnny Mercer records the title "Possum Song". Capitol Records will issue "When Day Is Done on the multi-artist compilation album "Somebody Loves Me - The Music Of Buddy De Sylva" (CD-49) and Mosaic Records will issue "Possum Song" as part of the three-CD Mosaic Select set "Johnny Mercer" (MS-028).
1947 - Trombonist Pee Wee Hunt and unlisted others record ten unlisted titles for The Capitol Records Transcription Service in Los Angeles, California. No issuing information is listed.
1948 - It's a Saturday and on this afternoon's episode of "King Cole Trio Time", being broadcast from WTAM's studios in Cleveland, Ohio, the trio performs "Straighten Up And Fly Right", "I Feel So Smoochie", "But Beautiful", "Pianissimo", "Your Red Wagon", "This Is My Night To Dream", "A-N-G-E-L Still Spells Mary", "Too Marvelous For Words" and "The Geek". The Armed Forces Radio Service will issue an electronic transcription disc of the episode. (King Cole Trio 39).
70 Years Ago Today In 1950 - Using band tracks recorded on January 3 and 14, 1950 by Paul Weston and His Orchestra, vocalists Gordon MacRae and Lucille Norman overdub vocal tracks for the title "Wanting You", MacRae and a vocal chorus (lineup unlisted) overdub vocal tracks for the title "Stout-Hearted Men", MacRae overdubs vocal tracks for the title "Marianne", and Norman overdubs vocal tracks for the title "One Kiss" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the final mixes of all the titles on the album "'New Moon'/'The Vagabond King'" (EBF-217 on multidisc 7" set, H-217 on 10" album, and T 219 on 12" vinyl).
70 Years Ago Today In 1950 - Vocalist and pianist Frank "Sugar Chile" Robinson, with Jimmy Richardson on bass and Red Saunders on drums, records the titles "Say, Little Girl", "Bouncing Ball Boogie", "Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer", and "Christmas Boogie" in Detroit, Michigan. Capitol Records will issue "Say, Little Girl" and "Bouncing Ball Boogie" together as a single (Capitol 897) and "Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "Christmas Boogie" together as a single (Capitol 1259).
70 Years Ago Today In 1950 - Vocalist and guitarist Leon Payne, with Ernie Hunter on fiddle, Cecil "Gig" Sparks on guitar, Frank Juricek on steel guitar and (listed as probably) J.T. "Tiny" Smith on bass, records the titles "I'm A Lone Wolf", "Did I Forget To Tell You?", "I Just Said Goodbye To My Dreams", and "I Miss That Gal" in (listed as possibly) ACA Studios in Houston Texas. Capitol Records will issue "I'm A Lone Wolf" and "I Just Said Goodbye To My Dreams" together as a single (Capitol 920) and "Did I Forget To Tell You?" and "I Miss That Gal" together as a single (Capitol 1164).
1951 - The Ewing Sisters (vocalists Jeanne Ewing and Jolaine Ewing), with Van Alexander conducting the orchestra (lineup unlisted), recorded the titles "Fiddle Faddle" and the still unreleased takes of the titles "Old Man Of The Mountain", "Willow Will You Weep For Me", and Papagayu" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue "Fiddle Faddle" as a single (Capitol 1421) with "You've Been So Good To Me, Daddy" (recorded January 4, 1951) on the flipside.
1951 - Jimmie Skinner (on vocals and guitar), with Ray "Curly" Lunsford on electric mandolin, Art Wooten on fiddle, and a uncredited guitarist and bass player, records the titles "Running Out Of Time", "Station Door Blues", "Falling Rain Blues", and "It's All The Same To Me" at radio station WROL's studio in Knoxville, Tennessee. Capitol Records will issue the first two titles together as a single (Capitol 1413) and the last two titles together as a single (Capitol 1476).
1952 - Vocalist Cathy Crosby, with additional vocals by Bob Crosby and with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted) records the titles "Cathy" and "The Bucket Song" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue both titles together as a single (Capitol 1988).
1952 - Vocalist Gisele MacKenzie, with Buddy Cole directing the orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the titles "Wishin'", "Goodbye Sweetheart", "Egbert, The Easter Egg", and Benny The Bob Tailed Bunny" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue "Wishin'" and "Goodbye Sweetheart" together as a single (Capitol 1983) and "Egbert, The Easter Egg" and "Benny The Bob Tailed Bunny" together as a single (Capitol 1997).
1952 - During a split session in Los Angeles, California with Vic Schoen conducting the orchestra (lineup unlisted) first vocalist Bob Crosby records the titles "The General Has Gone To Bed" and "You Are All The World To Me" then Kay Starr records the titles "Please Be Kind" and "I've Got The World On A String". Capitol Records has yet to issue "The General Has Gone To Bed" and "You Are All The World To Me" and issued "Please Be Kind" and "I've Got The World On A String" on Starr's album "The Kay Starr Style" (T 363).
1953 - Kay Starr's Capitol Records single "Side By Side", with "Noah" on the flipside, enters the top 40 of Billboard's Pop singles chart
1953 - During two sessions held this day in Los Angeles, California, Franz Waxman conducts The Los Angeles Orchestral Society (lineup unlisted) as they record Tchaikovsky's "Romeo And Juliet Duet" using an arrangement by Taneieff with vocals by soprano Jean Fenn, contralto Katherine Hilgenberg, and tenor Raymond Manton at the first session and Gounod's "Non, Ce N'est Pas Le Jour (From 'Romeo Et Juliette', Act IV)" with vocals by contralto Katherine Hilgenberg. Capitol Records will issue both titles on the album "GOUNOD - Non, Ce N'est Pas Le Jour (From 'Romeo Et Juliette', Act IV)/TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo And Juliet Duet" (P-8189).
65 Years Ago Today In 1955 - Jim and Jesse (Jim McReynolds on guitar and vocals and Jesse McReynolds on mandolin and vocals), with Henry Newton "Tommy" Vaden on fiddle, George France on banjo, and Leslie Sandy on bass, record the titles "I'll Wear The Banner", "My Garden Of Love", "Tears Of Regret", and "I'll See You Tonight (In My Dreams)" at Castle Studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Capitol Records will issue "I'll Wear The Banner" and "My Garden Of Love" together as a single (Capitol F3505) and all the titles on the duo's two-LP set "20 Great Songs By Jim & Jesse" (DTBB-264).
65 Years Ago Today In 1955 - Soprano vocalist Maria Kurenko, with pianist Vsevolod Pastukhoff, records Prokofiev's "Five Poems OF Akhmatova: Sunlight In My Room, Tenderness Of Love, Thoughts Of The Sunlight, Greeting, and The Grey-Eyed King" in Studio A of Capitol Records' studios in New York City, New York. Capitol Records will issue all the titles on Kurenko's album "Songs" (P-8310).
65 Years Ago Today In 1955 - Pierre Michel Le Conte conducts The Orchestra of The Paris Opera (lineup unlisted) as they record Delibes' "Coppelia (Ballet Music)" in Paris, France for EMI. Capitol Records, after licensing the master, will issue the title on the album "DELIBES - Sylvia/Coppelia (Ballet Music)" (P-18001) as part of the label's Classical Import series.
1956 - Violinist Nathan Milstein and pianist Leon Pommers record Wieniawski's "Mazurka, Op. 19, N° 2", Gluck-Kreisler's "Melodie", an unissued take of Nardini's "Larghetto", Chopin's "Nocturne In C Sharp Minor", and Stravinsky's "Russian Maiden Song" in Capitol Records' Studio A in New York City, New York. Capitol Records will issue all the titles except "Larghetto" on Milstein's album "Milstein Miniatures" (P-8339). Capitol Records' catalog of classical music is currently released by Warner Music Group. Here's Side 1 and here's Side 2.
1956 - The George Shearing Quintet (Johnny Rae on vibraphone, George Shearing on piano, Jean "Toots" Thielemans on guitar and harmonica, Al McKibbon on bass, Bill Clark on drums) with Armando Peraza on congas and a string choir (lineup unlisted) arranged and conducted by Dennis Faron, record the titles "September Song""'Round Midnight""Starlight Hour", and "Autumn Leaves" in Los Angeles, California between 8:00 PM and 11:00 PM. After an overdub is recorded for "'Round Midnight" on January 26, 1956, Capitol Records will issue all the titles on the group's album "The Velvet Carpet" (T 720).
1957 - Vocalist Al Martino, with Eugene Lowell directing The Sid Bass Orchestra (lineup unlisted) records the titles "Same Two Lips" and "There I Was In Love" in New York City, New York. Capitol Records has yet to issue either title.
1958 - Felix Slatkin conducts The Military Band (lineup unlisted) as they record the title "Reveille/The U. S. Field Artillery March", "U. S. Marines On Parade", "U. S. Air Force Song", and "Semper Paratus" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the titles on Slatkin's album "The Star-Spangled Banner And Themes Of Our Armed Forces" (EAP-1-1142 on 7" EP) and on The Military Band's, (conducted by Felix Slatkin) album "A Salute To The Services (W/SW 1056 on 12" LP).
1958 - Vocalist Tommy Sands, with Bob Bain's Music (Merrill Moore on piano, Bob Bain on lead guitar, Buck Owens on rhythm guitar, and unlisted bass and drums players) and a vocal chorus (lineup unlisted), records the titles "Teen-Age Doll" and "Every Little Once In A While" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue "Teen-Age Doll" on the multi-artist compilation album "Everybody Rock!" (T 1025). Bear Family Records will issue "Every Little Once In A While" in Germany on the CD "Tommy Sands" (BCD 15643).
1958 - Pianist Rudolf Firkunsy records the titles "RĂªverie", "First And Second Arabesques", and "Poissons D'or" in Studio A of Capitol Records' studios in New York City, New York. Capitol Records will issue all the titles on Firkunsy's album "DEBUSSY By Firkusny" (P-8451).
60 Years Ago Today In 1960 - Vocalist Faron Young, with (listed as probably) Marvin Hughes on piano, Hank "Sugarfoot" Garland and Thomas "Grady" Martin on electric guitars, Darrell McCall on rhythm guitar and harmony vocals, Ben Keith Schauefele on steel guitar, Murrey M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr. on drums, records a new take of the title "I'll Be Alright (IN The Morning)" and the titles "Your Old Used To Be" with the addition of a string section (lineup unlisted) and "There's Not Any Like You Left" at the Bradley Film & Recording Studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Capitol Records will issue the new take of "I'll Be Alright (In The Morning)" and "Your Old Used To Be" together as a single (Capitol F4351) and has yet to issue the take of "There's Not Any Like You Left" recorded at this session and a new take will be recorded on June 10, 1960 and will be issued as a single (Capitol F4410).
60 Years Ago Today In 1960 - Alfred Wallenstein conducts The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra (lineup unlisted) as they record movements 1 and 4 of Rachmaninoff's "Symphony N° 2 In E Minor, Opus 27" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue both movements on the orchestra's album "RACHMANINOFF - Symphony N° 2 in E Minor, Opus 27" (P/SP-8386).
1961 - Tennessee Ernie Ford (on vocals), with unlisted others, records the titles "His Love (Makes the World Go Round)", a as yet unissued take of the title "900 Pages Of 66 Books", the titles "Dark As A Dungeon" and a as yet unissued take of the titles "Four Feet Wide, Six Feet Long And Six Feet Deep" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue "His Love (Makes The World Go Round)" and "Dark As A Dungeon" together as a single (Capitol 4531).
1962 - Violinist Nathan Milstein, with a chamber orchestra (lineup unlisted), records Vivaldi's "Concerto In C Major, F.1 N° 3, Third Movement", "Concerto In A Major, F.1 N° 5, First Movement", "Concerto In A Major, F.1 N° 5, Second Movement", and "Concerto In A Major, F.1 N° 5, Third Movement" in New York City, New York. Angel Records, then a subsidiary of Capitol Records, will issue all the titles on Milstein's album "" (S-36001). Angel Records catalog is now owned by Warner Music Group.
1962 - Future Parlophone and Capitol Records artists The Beatles sign a management contract with Brian Epstein at his office at the NEMS record store in Whitechapel
1966 - Nancy Wilson (on vocals) with Billy May conducting his own arrangements to the orchestra (Ronnell Bright on piano, John Collins on guitar, Charles "Buster" Williams and Ralph Pena on bass, Shelly Manne on drums, Catherine Gotthoffer on harp, and a string section with Edward Bergman, Harry Bluestone, Samuel Boghossian, Walter Edelstein, Jacques Gasselin, James Getzoff, Benny Gill, Dan Lube, Lou Raderman, Mischa Russell, Ambrose Russo, Marshall Sosson, and Albert Sternberg on violins, Allan Harshman, Virginia Majewski, and Sanford Schonbach on viola, and Armand Kaproff, David Pratt, Nino Rosso, and William Vandenburg on cello), records the titles "Try A Little Tenderness""Close Your Eyes""Too Late Now", and "Don't Go To Strangers" in The Capitol Tower Studios in Hollywood, California between 5:00 PM and 10:00 PM. Capitol Records will issue all the titles on Wilson's album "Tender Lovin' Care" (T 2555).
1966 - The New Classic Singers (lineup unlisted) record "Bye Bye Blues", "A Taste Of Honey", "Yesterday", "No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach's In)", "Lover's Concerto", and "The World's Greatest Lover (Don Juan)" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the titles on the group's eponymous album "The New Classic Singers" (T 2440).
1967 - Vocalist Ferlin Husky and The Hush Puppies (lineup unlisted) records the titles "The Bridge I Never Crossed", "General 'G'", and "What Am I Gonna Do Now?" in Nashville, Tennessee. Capitol Records will issue "The Bridge I Never Crossed" as a single (Capitol 5938) and "General 'G'" and "What Am I Gonna Do Now?" together as a single (Capitol 5852).
1968 - Merle Haggard's Capitol Records single "Sing Me Back Home", with "Good Times" on the flipside, is #1 on Billboard's Country singles chart
1968 - Vocalist Tennessee Ernie Ford, with unlisted others, record the titles "Cabaret", "Welcome To My World", "Only You", and "There Goes My Everything" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the titles, except "Welcome To My World" which remains unissued, on Ford's album "World Of Pop & Country" (ST 2896).
1968 - The Lettermen (vocalists Jim Pike, Tony Butala, and Bob Engemann), with an orchestra (lineup unlisted) using arrangments by Perry Botkin, Jr. and Dick Hazard, records the titles "Medley: Love Is Blue/Greensleeves", "Anyone Who Had A Heart", "Spooky", and "Wake Up Me Gentle" in Los Angeles, California. After overdubs are recorded on January 31, 1968 for the first three titles, Capitol Records will issue "Medley: Love Is Blue/Greensleeves" as a single and, with "Anyone Who Had A Heart" and "Spooky" on the group's album "Goin' Out Of My Head" (ST 2865), and has yet to issue "Wake Up To Me Gentle".
1968 - The Chaparral Brothers (vocalists John and Paul Chaparral), with unlisted others, records new takes of the titles "Standing In The Rain", "For The Last Time", and "Hart Times Come Easy For Me" and the titles "I Must Have Been Out Of My Mind" and "Winner Take All" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue "Standing In The Rain" as a single (Capitol 2153), "I Must Have Been Out Of My Mind" as a single (Capitol 2772), and all the titles on the brother's self-titled album "The Chaparral Brothers" (ST 2922).
1968 - Guitarist and vocalist Merle Travis, with unlisted others and using his own arrangments, records the titles "Cuddle Up A Little Closer", "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans", and "(Up The) Lazy River" in Nashville, Tennessee. Capitol Records will issue "Cuddle Up A Little Closer" and "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" on Travis' album "" (ST 2938) and has yet to issue "(Up The) Lazy River".
1972 - Bridge (lineup unlisted) record the titles "Leave Her", "Reason Why", "Before The Sun Goes Down", and "Where Does Your Love Go" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue "Reason Why" and "Where Does Your Love Go" and has yet to issue "Leave Her" and "Before The Sun Goes Down".
1973 - The Lettermen (vocalists Jim Pike, Tony Butala, and Gary Pike), with unlisted others, record the titles "We Will Meet At The Ocean" and "Something To Believe In" in Los Angeles, California. After overdubs are recorded on February 2 and 5, 1973 for "We Will Meet At The Ocean" and on January 30, 1973 and February 5, 1973 for "Something To Believe In", Capitol Records will issue the final mix of "We Will Meet At The Ocean" on the group's album "Now And Forever" (SW-11319) and has yet to issue "Something To Believe In".
1973 - Vince Martin, with unlisted others, records the titles "Take Your Time", "Brother", "Roy's Song", "Leaving Song", "Honest Joe", "Catch Me, I'm Fallin'", "Fayetteville", "You Wonder Why", "Now She's Gone", and "Givers And Takers" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the titles on Martin's self-titled album "Vince Martin" (ST-11181).
1973 - Vocalist Wanda Jackson, with Hargus "Pig" Robbins on piano, Harold Ray Bradley on guitar, Mike Post on rhythm guitar, Jerry Shook and Herman "Pete" Wade on guitar, Weldon Myrick on steel guitar, Bob Moore on bass, and Kenneth Malone on drums, records the titles "Ruben James", "A Wound Time Can't Erase", and "Your Memory Comes And Gets Me" at the Jack Clement Studio in Nashville, Tennessee between 6:00 PM and 9:00 PM. Capitol Records will isssue "Your Memory Comes And Gets Me" as a single (Capitol 3599) and all the titles on Jackson's album "Country Keepsakes" (ST-11161).
1979 - Brian Wilson, a member of the Capitol Records group The Beach Boys, divorces his wife, Marilyn Rovell
40 Years Ago Today In 1980 - Perry & Sanlin (Phil Perry and Kevin Sanlin), with unlisted others, record the title "With You" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the title as a single (Capitol 4852) with "Just Want To Make You Happy" (recorded January 25, 1980) on the flipside and on the duo's album "For Those Who Love" (ST-12118).
1982 - Juice Newton's Capitol Records single "The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known)", with "Ride 'Em Cowboy" on the flipside, is #1 on Billboard's Country singles chart
1983 - Vocalist Beau Williams, with an orchestra (lineup unlisted) using arrangements by Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey, records the title "Love And Happiness" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the title on Williams' album "Stay With Me" (ST-12286)
1983 - Vocalist Juice Newton, with an orchestra (lineup unlisted) using arrangements by Charles Calello, records the titles "Slippin' Away" and "Dirty Looks" at Sound Castle Studio in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue "Dirty Looks" as a single (Capitol 5289) and both titles on Newton's album "Dirty Looks" (ST-12294).
1986 - Gordon MacRae (born Albert Gordon MacRae), singer, Broadway, motion picture, and television actor, and Capitol Records artist (1947-1969), dies of of pneumonia, the result of complications from cancer of the mouth and jaw, at age 65 in Lincoln, Nebraska
2006 - Capitol Records releases Roseanne Cash's album "Black Cadillac", Linda Ronstadt's 2 CD compilation "The Best Of Linda Ronstadt", and Starsailor's album "On The Outside". EMI/Capitol Records releases Al Green's album "Livin' For You".

ON THIS DAY NOT QUITE IN CAPITOL RECORDS HISTORY
95 Years Ago Today In 1925 - Jimmy Scott, a conga drummer, is born Jimmy Anonmuogharan Scott Emuakor in Nigeria. Paul McCartney, who got to know Scott when he played in London night clubs, used Scott's catchphrase "ob-la-di ob-la-da" (a Yoruba tribal phrase meaning "life goes on") as the basis of The Beatles' track "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da".
75 Years Ago Today In 1945 - Spirits of Rhythm record the tracks "Honeysuckle Rose", "Last Call Blues", "She Ain't No Saint", and "Scattin' The Blues" for Black & White Records in Los Angeles, California. EMI Music, Capitol Records parent company, currently owns the Black & White catalog
1947 - Warren Zevon, singer, songwriter, and Virgin Records America artist (1987), is born in Chicago, Illinois.
1962 - Art Blakely (on drums, tympani, gong, and telegraph drum) and The Afro-Drum Ensemble (Yusef Lateef on flute, oboe, tenor saxophone, cowbell, and thumb piano, Solomon Ilori on vocals, pennywhistle, and talking drum, Ahmed Abdul-Malik on bass, Curtis Fuller on tympani, Chief Bey on congas, telegraph drum, and double gong, Montego Joe on Bambara drum, double gong, corboro drum, and log drum, Garvin Masseaux on chekere, African maracas, on congas, James Ola Folami on congas, and Robert Crowder on bata drum and congas) record the titles "Prayer by Solomon G. Ilori", "Ife L'ayo (There Is Happiness In Love)", "Ero ti Nr'ojeje", "The Mystery Of Love", "Ayiko Ayiko  (Welcome, Welcome My Darling)", "Obirin African (Woman Of Africa)", and "Tobi Ilu" at Rudy Van Gelder's studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Blue Note Records will issue all the titles on Blakely's album "The African Beat" (BLP4097/BST84097).
1963 - Alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson, with John Patton on organ, Grant Green on guitar, and Ben Dixon on drums, records the titles "The Holy Ghost", "Good Gracious", "Caracas", "Cherry", "Bad John", and "Don't Worry About Me" in recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder's studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Blue Note Records will issue "Good Gracious" possibly as a single (Blue Note 45-1896) and all the titles on Donaldson's album "Good Gracious" (BLP4125 in mono and BST84125 in stereo).
1964 - Brian Epstein signs Sounds Incorporated to a management and agency contract with NEMS Enterprises and gets them a deal with EMI.
40 Years Ago Today In 1980 - Gambler (lineup unlisted) records the titles "Even A Loser" and "Life On The Line" at an unlisted studio. EMI America will issue both titles on the group's album "Love And Other Crimes" (SW-17017).
40 Years Ago Today IN 1980 - Chuck Jackson, with unlisted others" records the titles "No Tricks", "The Way You Hold Me", and "After You" in an unlisted studio. EMI America will issue "After You" as a single (EMI America 8056) with "Let's Get Together" (recorded January 23, 1980) on the flipside and all the titles on Jackson's album "I Wanna Give You Some Love" (SW-17031).
35 Years Ago Today In 1985 - The Tann (lineup unlisted) record the title "Talking To Myself" in an unlisted studio for EMI America. No issuing information is listed.
1986 - Vincent Minnelli (born Lester Anthony Minnelli), Broadway and motion picture director, father of Capitol Records artist Liza Minnelli and husband for six years to Capitol Records artist Judy Garland, dies at age 82 and is later interred in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California
1987 - Future Capitol Records/Grand Royal Records artists The Beastie Boys' Def Jam single "(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)", with "Paul Revere" on the flipside, enters the top 40 of Billboard's Hot 100 Singles chart.
1998 - Trumpet player Marcus Printup, with Kevin Bales on piano, Ricky Ravelo on bass, and Woody Williams on drums, records the titles "Woody's Beat", "Have You Met Miss Jones", "Shertzing Along", "Body And Soul", "Black Coffee", "Pier Pressure", "Nocturnal Traces", "Ain't Misbehavin'", "How Do You Keep The Music Playing?", and "Freddie's Inferno" at Avatar Studios in New York City, New York. Blue Note Records will issue all the titles on Printup's album "Nocturnal Traces" (4-93676-2 on CD).

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