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THIS DAY IN MUSIC

1991 _ The Record Plant in Hollywood closes. Among the albums recorded at the recording studio and rock hangout were the Eagles' Hotel California, Fleetwood Mac's Rumours and Stevie Wonder's Songs in the Key of Life. 1985 _ David Byron of Uriah Heep dies. Age 38. 1984 _ Michael Jackson wins eight Grammys, all connected to his album Thriller. 1974 _ No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Seasons in the Sun," Terry Jacks. 1967 _ No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: Ruby Tuesday, The Rolling Stones. The song is released as the B side to the single Let's Spend the Night Together. Most American radio stations play Ruby Tuesday because the other song is so blatently sexual. 1940 _ Songwriter/performer Joe South is born in Atlanta.

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