This Day in Music History
Recordings - Releases
1939 : Muggsy Spanier - "Dipper Mouth Blues"
1965 : The Beatles - "I'm Looking Through You"
1965 : The Beatles - "The Word"
1975 : Queen shoots the video for "Bohemian Rhapsody", which according to director Bruce Gowers, takes about four hours. It airs repeatedly on the British show Top Of The Pops and helps the song become one of the most popular in UK history.
1967 : The Moody Blues - "Nights In White Satin"
1986 : Bruce Springstee & the E Street Band - "Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Live: 1975-85". It sells 1-million copies in one day.
2003 : The paperback version of Nirvana lead singer "Kurt Cobain's Journals" is released, sparking renewed interest in the dead rock star. A disorganized collection of his writings and drawings, the front cover warns, "if you read, you'll judge".