Rock N Roll History November 24
Beatles fans - I bet you didn't know this! November 24, 1966 the fab four began recording "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album including the song "Strawberry Fields Forever". Sgt. Pepper was released in 1967 minus Strawberry Fields. The song wasn't released until the following year on "Magical Mystery Tour" album.
How many of you remember In Concert? The ABC-TV music show debuted in 1972 featuring Alice Cooper, Poco, Allman Brothers Band and Chuck Berry.
How many times do they actually sing "enough is enough"? It would be difficult to try and count! In 1979, Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand recorded "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)". The song was Barbra's fourth #1 single and Summer's third.
In 1991, the music world lost two great ones on November 24. At the age of 45, Queen's Freddie Mercury died of bronchopneumonia caused by HIV at his home in London, England. And KISS drummer Eric Carr died at the age of 41 from a cerebral hemorrhage while he was hospitalized for cancer treatments.