The melody, the song, the dance, the rhythm...music you fell in love with, music you knew the words to, music you could dance that had rhythm. Refresh your memories as you listen to a few releases and recordings, songs that topped the charts and a unique event of this day in oldies music history. Perhaps your favorite will be among those that made music history on March 2 in the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
Today in Oldies Music History: March 2
1964: The Beatles, "Twist And Shout"
1968: Blue Cheer, "Summertime Blues"
1955: Bo Diddley: "Bo Diddley," "I'm A Man"
1967: The Beatles, "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds"
1967: The Supremes: "Reflections," "The Happening"
1963: The Four Seasons' "Walk Like A Man" hits #1
1974: Terry Jacks' "Seasons In The Sun" hits #1
Event of the Day
1983 : The first CD players are released in America, along with 16 albums on CD.
And the music goes on beating to the rhythm of the changing times...