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Jim Morrison would have been 75 today, born 8th December 1943 in Melbourne, Florida, US.
Singer, songwriter & poet.
Died 3rd July 1971 in Paris, France, aged 27.
Founder member of The Doors in 1965.
“Break On Through” was the first track on their debut album (1967): pic.twitter.com/vut6gwTk7n

Al Jackson Jr. was born on this day, 27th November 1935 in Memphis, Tennessee, US.
Drummer, session musician & songwriter.
Died 1st October 1975, aged 39.
Stax house drummer known as ‘The Human Timekeeper’.
Here with Booker T. & the M.G.’s at the Bibelot Club on French TV (1971): pic.twitter.com/1SOs6TRY1q

Jimi Hendrix was born on this day, 27th November 1942 in Seattle, Washington, US.
Singer, songwriter & musician.
Died 18th September 1970 in London, England, aged 27.
Here with Mitch Mitchell & Billy Cox at the Atlanta Pop Festival on “Purple Haze” (4th July 1970): pic.twitter.com/PdJhZyPEDp

Tina Turner is 79 today, born 26th November 1939 in Nutbush, Tennessee, US.
Singer, songwriter, musician, dancer & actress.
Sold over 200 million records.
Here with the Ikettes on John Fogerty’s “Proud Mary” from Italian TV (1971): pic.twitter.com/q4VMXHCnMg

“The Last Waltz” farewell concert by The Band, plus guests, was held on this day, 25th November 1976.
Fans of the show all have their own favourite performance; mine is Van Morrison high-kicking four times (twice, cruelly off-camera) towards the end of his epic “Caravan”: pic.twitter.com/fb9am8cag0

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The Miracles released their single “You Really Got a Hold on Me” on this day, 9th November 1962.
Written by Smokey Robinson in a New York hotel room directly after hearing Sam Cooke’s “Bring it on Home to Me” on the radio: pic.twitter.com/QJEtqgazy5

Gram Parsons was born on this day in Winter Haven, Florida, US.
Gram with Keith Richards & Anita Pallenberg (1971).
Friends Tony Phipps (pointing) & Phil Kaufman (driving).
After Gram’s death in 1973, it was Kaufman who stole Gram’s body and burnt it in Joshua Tree National Park. pic.twitter.com/FHwIsuA4lz

The Jeff Beck Group (Mk II) released “Rough and Ready” on this day, 25th October 1971.
Mk II line-up:
Jeff Beck: Guitar.
Bobby Tench: Vocals.
Max Middleton: Keyboards.
Clive Chaman: Bass.
Cozy Powell: Drums.
“Situation” from German TV ‘Beat Club’ in 1972: pic.twitter.com/hC3msfDjX4

Ray Charles released his “What’d I Say” album on this day, 19th October 1959.
The title track placed him in the mainstream charts as well as the R&B charts and gave him his first gold record.
Here in ‘67 with Billy Preston on second keyboard: pic.twitter.com/9buub6aOrq

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Robert Johnson was born on this day, 8th May 1911 in Hazlehust, Mississippi, USA.
Singer, songwriter & musician.
Bob Dylan: “When Johnson started singing, he seemed like a guy who could have sprung from the head of Zeus, in full armour”
Died 16th August 1938, aged 27. pic.twitter.com/PAGzil1VHu

Paul Kossoff died on this day, 19th March 1976, on a flight from Los Angeles to New York, US, aged 25.
Musician & songwriter.
Guitarist in Black Cat Bones with drummer Simon Kirke, until they joined forces with Andy Fraser & Paul Rodgers in 1968 to form Free. pic.twitter.com/FwFp8dMY9s

David Crosby released his first solo studio album “If I Could Only Remember My Name” on this day, 22nd February 1971.
Personnel includes: Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart & Graham Nash.
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