Pink Floyd

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October 12th
1965 - Working on Rubber Soul at Abbey Road Studios, The Beatles record ‘Run For Your Life’ in its entirety, in five takes, and another new Lennon song at the time called 'This Bird Has Flown’. The title would later get changed to ‘Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)’ and included Georg…
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September 15th
1968 - The Doors are forced to perform without Jim Morrison at a concert in Amsterdam. While Jefferson Airplane was performing 'Plastic Fantastic Lover', Morrison, stoned on some
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June 29th
1968 - Pink Floyd headlines the first free concert at Hyde Park in London to promote the release of their second album 'A Saucerful of Secrets'. Also playing the free concert is Jethro Tull, Tyrannosaurus Rex and Roy Harper.
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April 6th
1968 - Pink Floyd announced founder Syd Barrett had officially left the group. Barrett was suffering from psychiatric disorders compounded by drug use.
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January 20th
1969 - Bruce Springsteen had two of his poems published in the Ocean County College Literary Yearbook Seascapes. Springsteen was in his second semester at the Toms River, New Jersey College.