Monthly Archives: July 2015

Quote Of The Week

“What we observe is not nature herself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning.”

— Werner Heisenberg

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This Week In Music (26 July – 1 August)

Songs peaking at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot100 Charts:

A Hard Day’s Night by The Beatles, 1964
Wild Thing by The Troggs, 1966
Light My Fire by The Doors, 1967
You’ve Got A Friend by James Taylor, 1971
Alone Again (Naturally) by Gilbert O’Sullivan, 1972

Beatles - Capitol 5222 - A-side - A Hard Day's Night

Other notables this week:

The Little Old Lady (From Pasadena) by Jan and Dean, peaked at Number 3 in 1964
Wishin’ And Hopin’ by Dusty Springfield, peaked at Number 6 in 1964
Dang Me by Roger Miller, peaked at Number 7 in 1964
What’s New Pussycat? by Tom Jones, peaked at Number 3 in 1965
Cara, Mia by Jay and The Americans, peaked at Number 4 in 1965
Yes, I’m Ready by Barbara Mason, peaked at Number 5 in 1965
I Saw Her Again by The Mamas and The Papas, peaked at Number 5 in 1966
Hungry by Paul Revere and The Raiders, peaked at Number 6 in 1966
Sweet Pea by Tommy Roe, peaked at Number 8 in 1966
I Was Made To Love Her by Stevie Wonder, peaked at Number 2 in 1967
A Whiter Shade Of Pale by Procol Harum, peaked at Number 5 in 1967
White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane, peaked at Number 8 in 1967
Stoned Soul Picnic by The 5th Dimension, peaked at Number 3 in 1968
Crystal Blue Persuasion by Tommy James and The Shondells, peaked at Number 2 in 1969
My Cherie Amour by Stevie Wonder, peaked at Number 4 in 1969
Baby, I Love You by Andy Kim, peaked at Number 9 in 1969
Sooner Or Later by The Grass Roots, peaked at Number 9 in 1971
School’s Out by Alice Cooper, peaked at Number 7 in 1972
Yesterday Once More by The Carpenters, peaked at Number 2 in 1973
Shambala by Three Dog Night, peaked at Number 3 in 1973
Smoke On The Water by Deep Purple, peaked at Number 4 in 1973
Diamond Girl by Seals and Crofts, peaked at Number 6 in 1973

Birthdays:

Carmen Dragon, 28 July 1914
Bob Morse, 27 July 1923
Carmel Quinn, 31 July 1925
Christine McGuire, 30 July 1926
Kenny Burrell, 31 July 1931
Nick Reynolds, 27 July 1933
Barry DeVorzon, 31 July 1934
Vincent Bell, 28 July 1935
Buddy Guy, 30 July 1936
Bobby Hebb, 26 July 1938
George Cummings, 28 July 1938
Marvin Inabnett, 29 July 1938
Reverberi, 29 July 1939
Dobie Gray, 26 July 1940
Brenton Wood, 26 July 1941
Paul Anka, 30 July 1941
Jerry Garcia, 1 August 1942
Daniel Boone, 31 July 1942
Mick Jagger, 26 July 1943
Andrea True, 26 July 1943
Richard Wright, 28 July 1943
Mike Bloomfield, 28 July 1943
Lobo, 31 July 1943
Bobbie Gentry, 27 July 1944
Betty Davis, 26 July 1945
Joe Beck, 29 July 1945
David Sanborn, 30 July 1945
Jonathan Edwards, 28 July 1946
Karl Green, 31 July 1947
Roger Taylor, 26 July 1949
Maureen McGovern, 27 July 1949
Simon Kirke, 28 July 1949
Tommy Bolin, 1 August 1951
Robert Cray, 1 August 1953
Geddy Lee, 29 July 1953
Bill Berry, 31 July 1958
Rachel Sweet, 28 July 1962
Martina McBride, 29 July 1966

Remembrances:

Jim Reeves, 31 July 1964
Mama Cass Elliot, 29 July 1974
Enoch Light, 31 July 1978
Fred Waring, 29 July 1984
Leroy Holmes, 27 July 1986
Pete Drake, 29 July 1988
Brent Mydland, 26 July 1990
Bobby Day, 27 July 1990
Mary Wells, 26 July 1992
Ed Guzman, 29 July 1993
Les Elgart, 29 July 1995
Marge Ganser, 28 July 1996
Sviatoslav Richter, 1 August 1997
David Gilbert, 1 August 2001
Leon Wilkeson, 27 July 2001
Les Braid, 31 July 2005
Tommy Makem, 1 August 2007
Al Goodman, 26 July 2010
Ben Keith, 26 July 2010
Derf Scratch, 28 July 2010
Martin Drew, 29 July 2010
Mitch Miller, 31 July 2010
Mitch Miller, 31 July 2010
George Richey, 31 July 2010
Frank Foster, 26 July 2011
Gene McDaniels, 29 July 2011
Don Bagley, 26 July 2012
Tony Martin, 27 July 2012
Bill Doss, 30 July 2012
Tony Sly, 31 July 2012
Mike Hinton, 1 August 2013
JJ Cale, 26 July 2013
Mick Farren, 27 July 2013
Alvis Wayne, 31 July 2013
Rod de’Ath, 1 August 2014
Idris Muhammad, 29 July 2014
Dick Wagner, 30 July 2014

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Quote Of The Week

“When I despair, I remember that all through history the ways of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants, and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible, but in the end they always fall. Think of it – always.”

– MK Gandhi

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This Week In Music (19-25 July)

Songs peaking at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot100 Charts:

Grazing In The Grass by Hugh Masekela, 1968
(They Long To Be) Close To You by The Carpenters, 1970
Indian Reservation by The Raiders, 1971
Bad, Bad Leroy Brown by Jim Croce, 1973

Other notables this week:

What The World Needs Now Is Love by Jackie DeShannon, peaked at Number 7 in 1965
The Pied Piper by Crispian St. Peters, peaked at Number 4 in 1966
Can’t Take My Eyes Off You by Frankie Valli, peaked at Number 2 in 1967
Lady Willpower by Gary Puckett, peaked at Number 2 in 1968
Color Him Father by The Winstons, peaked at Number 7 in 1969
Band Of Gold by Freda Payne, peaked at Number 3 in 1970
How Do You Do by Mouth and Mac Neal, peaked at Number 8 in 1972
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy by Bette Midler, peaked at Number 8 in 1973
Natural High by Bloodstone, peaked at Number 10 in 1973

Birthdays:

Walter Brennan, 25 July 1894
Johnny Hodges, 25 July 1906
George Greeley, 23 July 1917
Margaret Whiting, 22 July 1924
Sue Thompson, 19 July 1925
Annie Ross, 25 July 1930
Buddy Knox, 20 July 1933
Rudy West, 25 July 1933
Don Patterson, 22 July 1936
George Hamilton IV, 19 July 1937
Chuck Jackson, 22 July 1937
Dave Fisher, 19 July 1940
Johnny Darrell, 23 July 1940
Gary Stites, 23 July 1940
Vikki Carr, 19 July 1941
Estelle Bennett, 22 July 1941
George Clinton, 22 July 1941
Bobby Sherman, 22 July 1943
Tony Joe White, 23 July 1943
Joe Santollo, 23 July 1943
Commander Cody, 19 July 1944
T. G. Sheppard, 20 July 1944
Rick Davies, 22 July 1944
Dino Danelli, 23 July 1944
John Lodge, 20 July 1945
Kim Carnes, 20 July 1945
Rosalie Hamlin, 21 July 1945
Alan Gorrie, 19 July 1946
Barry Whitwam, 21 July 1946
Mireille Mathieu, 22 July 1946
Keith Ferguson, 23 July 1946
Brian May, 19 July 1947
Bernie Leadon, 19 July 1947
Carlos Santana, 20 July 1947
Don Henley, 22 July 1947
David Essex, 23 July 1947
Keith Godchaux, 19 July 1948
Cat Stevens, 21 July 1948
Steve Goodman, 25 July 1948
Blair Thornton, 23 July 1950
Ian Thomas, 23 July 1950
Allen Collins, 19 July 1952
John Rutsey, 23 July 1952
Janis Siegel, 23 July 1952
Gary Shaugnessy, 25 July 1953
Al Di Meola, 22 July 1954
Howie Epstein, 21 July 1955
Alison Krauss, 23 July 1971

Remembrances:

Eugene “Jug” Ammons , 23 July 1974
Keith Godchaux, 23 July 1980
Sonny Stitt, 22 July 1982
Big Mama Thornton, 25 July 1984
Morty Nevins, 23 July 1990
Richard Tee, 21 July 1993
Charlie Rich, 25 July 1995
Erik Braunn, 25 July 2003
Arthur Crier, 22 July 2004
Long John Baldry, 21 July 2005
Eugene Record, 22 July 2005
Sam Neely, 19 July 2006
Herbert Kalin, 21 July 2006
Joe Beck, 22 July 2008
John Dawson, 21 July 2009
Andy Hummel, 19 July 2010
Doug Oldham, 21 July 2010
Anthony Rolfe Johnson, 21 July 2010
Harry Beckett, 22 July 2010
Phillip Walker, 22 July 2010
John Callahan, 24 July 2010
Lil Greenwood, 19 July 2011
Milly Del Rubio, 21 July 2011
David Aiken, 23 July 2011
Fran Landesman, 23 July 2011
Bill Morrissey, 23 July 2011
Amy Winehouse, 23 July 2011
Dan Peek, 24 July 2011
Nan Merriman, 22 July 2012
Graham Jackson, 23 July 2012
Larry Hoppen, 24 July 2012
Mike Shipley, 22 July 2013
Steve Berrios, 24 July 2013
Adrian Shepherd, 24 July 2013
Nic Gotham, 25 July 2013
Lionel Ferbos, 19 July 2014
Don Lanier, 23 July 2014

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Quote Of The Week

“Happiness can be found in even the darkest of times, if only one remembers to turn on the light.”

— Steve Kloves

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This Week In Music (12-18 July)

Songs peaking at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot100 Charts:

Rag Doll by The 4 Seasons, 1964
Hanky Panky by Tommy James and The Shondells, 1966
In The Year 2525 by Zager and Evans, 1969

Other notables this week:

Can’t You See That She’s Mine by The Dave Clark Five, peaked at Number 4 in 1964
The Girl From Ipanema by Stan Getz/Astrud Gilberto, peaked at Number 5 in 1964
Keep On Pushing by The Impressions, peaked at Number 10 in 1964
You Turn Me On by Ian Whitcomb, peaked at Number 8 in 1965
You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me by Dusty Springfield, peaked at Number 4 in 1966
Along Comes Mary by The Association, peaked at Number 7 in 1966
C’mon Marianne by The 4 Seasons, peaked at Number 9 in 1967
Indian Lake by The Cowsills, peaked at Number 10 in 1968
Good Morning Starshine by Oliver, peaked at Number 3 in 1969
The Ballad Of John And Yoko by The Beatles, peaked at Number 8 in 1969
O-o-h Child / Dear Prudence by Five Stairsteps, peaked at Number 8 in 1970
Gimme Dat Ding by Pipkins, peaked at Number 9 in 1970
Don’t Pull Your Love by Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds, peaked at Number 4 in 1971
Too Late To Turn Back Now by Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose, peaked at Number 2 in 1972
Rocket Man by Elton John, peaked at Number 6 in 1972

Beatles - Apple 2531 - A-side - The Ballad Of John And Yoko

Birthdays:

Cal Tjader, 16 July 1925
Barbara Cowsill, 12 July 1928
Vince Guaraldi, 17 July 1928
Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, 18 July 1929
Polly Bergen, 14 July 1930
Thomas “Papa Dee” Allen, 18 July 1931
Van Cliburn, 12 July 1934
Tony Jackson, 16 July 1938
Denise LaSalle, 16 July 1939
William Bell, 16 July 1939
Spencer Davis, 17 July 1939
Brian Auger, 18 July 1939
Dion, 18 July 1939
Johnny Sea, 15 July 1940
Desmond Dekker, 16 July 1941
Martha Reeves, 18 July 1941
Lonnie Mack, 18 July 1941
Swamp Dogg, 12 July 1942
Steve Young, 12 July 1942
Roger McGuinn, 13 July 1942
Stephen Jo Bladd, 13 July 1942
Gale Garnett, 17 July 1942
Christine McVie, 12 July 1943
Millie Jackson, 15 July 1944
Diane Renay, 13 July 1945
Linda Ronstadt, 15 July 1946
Peter Banks, 15 July 1947
Wolfgang Flur, 17 July 1947
Mick Tucker, 17 July 1947
Walter Egan, 12 July 1948
Artemus Pyle, 15 July 1948
Ron Asheton, 17 July 1948
Terry “Geezer” Butler, 17 July 1949
William Howard, 13 July 1950
Phoebe Snow, 17 July 1950
Cheryl Ladd, 12 July 1951
Johnny “Thunders” Genzale, 15 July 1952
Stewart Copeland, 16 July 1952
Nicolette Larson, 17 July 1952
Ricky Skaggs, 18 July 1954
Terry Chambers, 18 July 1955
Marky Ramone, 15 July 1956

Remembrances:

Billie Holiday, 17 July 1959
Bobby Fuller, 18 July 1966
John Coltrane, 17 July 1967
Minnie Riperton, 12 July 1979
Kirby Stone, 13 July 1981
Harry Chapin, 16 July 1981
Bill Justis, 15 July 1982
Chris Wood, 12 July 1983
Philippe Wynne, 13 July 1984
Wynn Stewart, 17 July 1985
Thomas Coke Escovedo, 13 July 1986
Nico, 18 July 1988
John Panozzo, 16 July 1996
Bryan “Chas” Chandler, 17 July 1996
Paul Young, 15 July 2000
Arthur Kane, 13 July 2004
Richie Puente, 18 July 2004
Joe Harnell, 14 July 2005
Earl Nelson, 12 July 2008
Jo Stafford, 16 July 2008
Gordon Waller, 17 July 2009
Tuli Kupferberg, 12 July 2010
Gene Ludwig, 14 July 2010
Sir Charles Mackerras, 14 July 2010
Hank Cochran, 15 July 2010
Fred Carter, Jr., 17 July 2010
Jerry Ragovoy, 13 July 2011
Eric Delaney, 14 July 2011
Cuddly Dudley, 15 July 2011
Cornell MacNeil, 15 July 2011
Joe Lee Wilson, 17 July 2011
Bob Babbitt, 16 July 2012
Jon Lord, 16 July 2012
Kitty Wells, 16 July 2012
T-Model Ford, 16 July 2013
Peter Appleyard, 17 July 2013
Lorin Maazel, 13 July 2014
Johnny Winter, 16 July 2014
Ernie Lancaster, 17 July 2014
James Govan, 18 July 2014

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Quote Of The Week

“Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.”

— Martin Luther King Jr.

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This Week In Music (5-11 July)

Songs peaking at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot100 Charts:

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones, 1965
Mama Told Me (Not To Come) by Three Dog Night, 1970
Lean On Me by Bill Withers, 1972
Will It Go Round In Circles by Billy Preston, 1973

Other notables this week:

Memphis by Johnny Rivers, peaked at Number 2 in 1964
No Particular Place To Go by Chuck Berry, peaked at Number 10 in 1964
Wonderful World by Herman’s Hermits, peaked at Number 4 in 1965
Red Rubber Ball by The Cyrkle, peaked at Number 2 in 1966
Little Girl by The Syndicate Of Sound, peaked at Number 8 in 1966
Little Bit O’ Soul by the Music Explosion, peaked at Number 2 in 1967
Don’t Sleep In The Subway by Petula Clark, peaked at Number 5 in 1967
Come On Down To My Boat by Every Mothers’ Son, peaked at Number 6 in 1967
Up-Up And Away by the 5th Dimension, peaked at Number 7 in 1967
The Tracks Of My Tears by Johnny Rivers, peaked at Number 10 in 1967
Jumpin’ Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones, peaked at Number 3 in 1968
The Look Of Love by Sergio Mendes, peaked at Number 4 in 1968
Here Comes The Judge by Shorty Long, peaked at Number 8 in 1968
Spinning Wheel by Blood, Sweat & Tears, peaked at Number 2 in 1969
Ride Captain Ride by Blues Image, peaked at Number 4 in 1970
Lay Down (Candles In The Rain) by Melanie with The Edwin Hawkins Singers, peaked at Number 6 in 1970
That’s The Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be by Carly Simon, peaked at Number 10 in 1971
Outa-Space by Billy Preston, peaked at Number 2 in 1972
Kodachrome by Paul Simon, peaked at Number 2 in 1973

Blood, Sweat and Tears - Columbia 4-44871 - A-side - Spinning Wheel

Birthdays:

Richard Condie, 5 July 1898
Billy Eckstine, 8 July 1914
Red Sovine, 7 July 1917
Mary Ford, 7 July 1924
Leonard Pennario, 9 July 1924
Bill Haley, 6 July 1925
Doc Severinsen, 7 July 1927
Ed Ames, 9 July 1927
Lee Hazlewood, 9 July 1929
Virgil “Doyle” Wilburn, 7 July 1930
Jerry Vale, 8 July 1930
Della Reese, 6 July 1931
Jumpin’ Gene Simmons, 10 July 1933
Steve Lawrence, 8 July 1935
Gene Hughes, 11 July 1936
Gene Chandler, 6 July 1937
Sandy Stewart, 10 July 1937
Lee Morgan, 10 July 1938
Tommy “Snuff” Garrett, 5 July 1939
Mavis Staples, 10 July 1939
Ringo Starr, 7 July 1940
Dennis “Terry Cashman” Minogue, 5 July 1941
Donald McPherson, 9 July 1941
Ian Whitcomb, 10 July 1941
Ronnie James Dio, 10 July 1942
Robbie Robertson, 5 July 1943
Ray Smith, 9 July 1943
Bill Deal, 8 July 1944
Rik Elswit, 6 July 1945
Peter Tetteroo, 8 July 1947
Mitch Mitchell, 9 July 1947
Arlo Guthrie, 10 July 1947
Michael Shrieve, 6 July 1949
Greg Kihn, 10 July 1949
Huey Lewis, 5 July 1950
Bonnie Pointer, 11 July 1950
Michael Henderson, 7 July 1951
Rik Emmett, 10 July 1953
Bela Fleck, 10 July 1958
Toby Keith, 8 July 1961

Remembrances:

George Gershwin, 11 July 1937
Scott LaFaro, 6 July 1961
Louis Armstrong, 6 July 1971
Van McCoy, 6 July 1979
Arthur Fiedler, 10 July 1979
Hubert Johnson, 11 July 1981
Abrim Tilmon, 6 July 1982
Harry James, 5 July 1983
Lou Gottlieb, 11 July 1996
Mrs. Miller, 5 July 1997
Roy Rogers, 6 July 1998
Ernie K-Doe, 5 July 2001
Skip Battin, 6 July 2003
Syreeta, 6 July 2004
Raymond “Ray” Davis, 5 July 2005
Shirley Goodman, 5 July 2005
Syd Barrett, 7 July 2006
Milan Williams, 9 July 2006
David Fanshawe, 5 July 2010
Harvey Fuqua, 6 July 2010
Bill Porter, 7 July 2010
Kenneth Beard, 9 July 2010
Sugar Minott, 10 July 2010
Walter Hawkins, 11 July 2010
Fonce Mizell, 5 July 2011
Kenny Baker, 8 July 2011
Würzel, 9 July 2011
Pierrette Alarie, 10 July 2011
Rob Grill, 11 July 2011
Dennis Flemion, 7 July 2012
Lionel Batiste, 8 July 2012
Maria Cole, 10 July 2012
Lol Coxhill, 10 July 2012
Brett Walker, 8 July 2013
Jim Foglesong, 9 July 2013
Mabel Sonnier Savoie, 10 July 2013
Kathy Stobart, 5 July 2014
Frankie Dunlop, 7 July 2014
Lois Johnson, 7 July 2014
John Spinks, 9 July 2014
Ken Thorne, 9 July 2014
Charlie Haden, 11 July 2014

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Quote Of The Week

“We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.”

– Aldo Leopold

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This Week In Music (28 June – 4 July)

Songs peaking at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot100 Charts:

I Get Around by The Beach Boys, 1964
Strangers In The Night by Frank Sinatra, 1966
Windy by The Association, 1967
Love Theme From Romeo And Juliet by Henry Mancini and His Orchestra, 1969
Song Sung Blue by Neil Diamond, 1972
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) by George Harrison, 1973

George Harrison - Apple 1862 - A-side - Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)

Other notables this week:

My Boy Lollipop by Millie Small, peaked at Number 2 in 1964
Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying by Gerry and The Pacemakers, peaked at Number 4 in 1964
For Your Love by The Yardbirds, peaked at Number 6 in 1965
Seventh Son by Johnny Rivers, peaked at Number 7 in 1965
Cool Jerk by The Capitols, peaked at Number 7 in 1966
San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair) by Scott McKenzie, peaked at Number 4 in 1967
Let’s Live For Today by The Grass Roots, peaked at Number 8 in 1967
The Horse by Cliff Nobles and Co., peaked at Number 2 in 1968
Angel Of The Morning by Merrilee Rush and The Turnabouts, peaked at Number 7 in 1968
Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival, peaked at Number 2 in 1969
Too Busy Thinking About My Baby by Marvin Gaye, peaked at Number 4 in 1969
One by Three Dog Night, peaked at Number 5 in 1969
The Israelites by Desmond Dekker, peaked at Number 9 in 1969
Treat Her Like A Lady by Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose, peaked at Number 3 in 1971
I Need You by America, peaked at Number 9 in 1972
Long Train Running by The Doobie Brothers, peaked at Number 8 in 1973
Right Place, Wrong Time by Dr. John, peaked at Number 9 in 1973

Birthdays:

Mitch Miller, 4 July 1911
Crazy Otto, 4 July 1912
Bob Sharples, 2 July 1913
Lena Horne, 30 June 1917
Ralph Young, 1 July 1918
Marvin Rainwater, 2 July 1925
Mary Stuart, 4 July 1926
Bobby Day, 1 July 1930
Ahmad Jamal, 2 July 1930
Pete Fountain, 3 July 1930
James Cotton, 1 July 1935
Leonard Lee, 29 June 1936
Bob Ralston, 2 July 1938
Bill Withers, 4 July 1938
Delaney Bramlett, 1 July 1939
Charles Miller, 2 July 1939
Leapy Lee, 2 July 1939
Fontella Bass, 3 July 1940
Dave Rowberry, 4 July 1940
Larry Hall, 30 June 1940
Dick Addrisi, 4 July 1941
Lonnie Smith, 3 July 1942
Garland Jeffreys, 3 July 1943
Fred Wesley, 4 July 1943
Alan “Blind Owl” Wilson, 4 July 1943
Little Eva, 29 June 1943
Eddie Rambeau, 30 June 1943
Florence Ballard, 30 June 1943
Michel Polnareff, 3 July 1944
Debbie Harry, 1 July 1945
John Klemmer, 3 July 1946
Johnny Lee, 3 July 1946
Marc Benno, 1 July 1947
Jeremy Spencer, 4 July 1948
Johnnie Wilder, 3 July 1949
Danny Galindo, 29 June 1949
Andy Scott, 30 June 1949
Tonio K., 4 July 1950
Stanley Clarke, 30 June 1951
Dan Aykroyd, 1 July 1952
Andy Fraser, 3 July 1952
John Waite, 4 July 1952
Colin James Hay, 29 June 1953
Keith Whitley, 1 July 1955
Evelyn “Champagne” King, 1 July 1960

Remembrances:

Brian Jones, 3 July 1969
Jim Morrison, 3 July 1971
Donald McPherson, 4 July 1971
Tim Buckley, 29 June 1975
Lowell George, 29 June 1979
Harry Mills, 28 June 1982
Jimmie Spheeris, 4 July 1984
Richard “Groove” Holmes, 29 June 1991
Wolfman Jack, 1 July 1995
Phyllis Hyman, 30 June 1995
Johnny Copeland, 3 July 1997
Horst Jankowski, 29 June 1998
Guy Mitchell, 1 July 1999
Michael “Cub” Koda, 1 July 2000
Chet Atkins, 30 June 2001
Rosemary Clooney, 29 June 2002
Herbie Mann, 1 July 2003
Barry White, 4 July 2003
Renaldo “Obie” Benson, 1 July 2005
Luther Vandross, 1 July 2005
Beverly Sills, 2 July 2007
Boots Randolph, 3 July 2007
George McCorkle, 29 June 2007
Mel Galley, 1 July 2008
Colin Cooper, 3 July 2008
Drake Levin, 4 July 2009
George Newcom, 1 July 2010
Ilene Woods, 1 July 2010
Bill Aucoin, 28 June 2010
Joya Sherrill, 28 June 2010
Alf Carretta, 30 June 2010
Harry Klein, 30 June 2010
Charlie Craig, 1 July 2011
Jane Scott, 4 July 2011
Benton Flippen, 28 June 2011
Ruth Roberts, 30 June 2011
Jimmy Roselli, 30 June 2011
Evelyn Lear, 1 July 2012
Texas Johnny Brown, 1 July 2013
Bernie Nolan, 4 July 2013
Paul Smith, 29 June 2013
Seymour Barab, 28 June 2014
Charles Gilliam, Jr., 28 June 2014
Paul Horn, 29 June 2014
Howard Karp, 30 June 2014
Linda Rodney, 30 June 2014

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