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2nd November 1964: American pop group The Beach Boys in 1964. From left to right, Dennis Wilson (1944 - 1983), Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and Carl Wilson (1946 - 1998)
The Beach Boys - Photo by Hulton Archive
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This Day In Music History

May 6th
1964 - The Beach Boys record "All Summer Long." Beginning in February 1964, Brian Wilson began a period of rigorous songwriting. Just weeks later he emerged with songs including "I Get Around", "All Summer Long", "Wendy" and "Girls on the Beach".

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Singers Philip Bailey and Phil Collins perform at the 41st annual Songwriters Hall of Fame at The New York Marriott Marquis on June 17, 2010 in New York City.
Phil Collins and Philip Bailey - Photo by Stephen Lovekin / Getty Images
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This Day In Music History

March 24th
1966 - Simon and Garfunkel made their UK singles chart debut with 'Homeward Bound.' Simon is said to have written the song at Farnworth railway station, Widnes, England, while stranded overnight waiting for a train.

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Simon and Garfunkel Photo by Kevin Winter
Simon and Garfunkel Photo by Kevin Winter / Getty Images
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This Day In Music History

March 16th
1968 - The posthumously released Otis Redding single 'Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay', started a five week run at No.1 on the US chart. Otis was killed in a plane crash on 10th December 1967 three days after recording the song.

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Folk pop duo Art Garfunkel and Paul Simon, playing in front of more than 50,000 people in Madrid 1967
Simon and Garfunkel - Photo by Central Press / Getty Images
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This Day In Music History

March 10th
1964 - Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel record 'The Sounds Of Silence' as an acoustic duo. It wasn't until record company producers added electric guitar, bass and drums, without the knowledge of Paul and Art

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American brother and sister pop duo Richard and Karen Carpenter (1950 - 1983), back stage at the London Palladium.
The Carpenters Photo by Evening Standard - Getty Images
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This Day In Music History

February 4th
1965 - The Righteous Brothers were at No.1 on the US singles chart with the Phil Spector song 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. Also a UK No.1 at the same time. In 1999 the PRS announced that it was the most played song of the 20th Century.

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