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This Day In Music History

That's right: This Day In Music History. This page will change each day when you come back, listing a different events in music history. Enjoy your history lesson!


Friday, September 25th, 2020 at 11:41pm
#TDIM 1972, Black Sabbath released their fourth studio album, 'Black Sabbath Vol. 4'. The album which features a monochrome photograph of Ozzy Osbourne with hands raised, taken during a Black Sabbath concert was originally to be titled 'Snowblind'. https://t.co/Fdyxi8Zaoz markcaraway12 photo
Friday, September 25th, 2020 at 11:40pm
#TDIM 1980, John Bonham, drummer with Led Zeppelin, died aged 32 after a heavy drinking session. ‘Bonzo’ was found dead at guitarists Jimmy Page's house of what was described as asphyxiation, after inhaling his own vomit after excessive vodka consumption, (40 shots in 4 hours). https://t.co/g97OfRlPMK markcaraway12 photo
Friday, September 25th, 2020 at 6:53pm
#TDIM 1965 📀 “Eve Of Destruction” isn’t exactly a protest song.

The 🇺🇸 #1 is more of a world-is-fucked-up song :

“Hate your next-door neighbour, but don’t forget to say grace".

🎵 https://t.co/6XNMLdHW9R

In a fast changing world - it's a cathartic venting of grievances. https://t.co/RmkZVn8jrY
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Friday, September 25th, 2020 at 6:53pm
#TDIM 1970📀 "Which Way You Going Billy?", is 3 mins 19 secs of heart-piercingly lush melancholy, in which vocalist Susan Jacks (married to Terry Jacks), pledges undying love to her departing soulmate.

🎵 https://t.co/ZGYIkIkgJH

The 🇮🇪 #1 is one of the great singles of the era. https://t.co/3a4ixVvgUp
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Friday, September 25th, 2020 at 6:53pm
Released #TDIM 1970📀 Songs about sex are very rarely themselves sexy, falling down either on the side of awkward or icky.

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But ‘Sex Machine’ positively throbs and thrusts, keeping you in the moment and in the mood, building to an eventual happy finish. https://t.co/Ox6nDjg4ta
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Friday, September 25th, 2020 at 6:52pm
#TDIM 1972 📀"Rock 'n' Roll Part 2", still has the capacity to stir an audience - every time it airs at a major sporting event in the U.S....still.

🎵 https://t.co/4cGeV1v9ea

Oxymoronic maybe but the 🇦🇺 #1 is testament to what once made Gary musically glitter so brightly . https://t.co/gkl3qb0k0n
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