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THIS DAY IN MUSIC

1970 _ Charles Manson's album Lie is released on Awareness Records. Profits go to Manson's defense. 1966 _ No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: The Ballad of the Green Berets, Staff Sgt. Barry Sadler. The single sells more than 1 million copies in its first two weeks and is the top song of 1966, according to Billboard. 1958 _ Buddy Holly & the Crickets open their only British tour in London. 1945 _ Roger Daltry, lead singer of the Who, is born in London. He stars in the films Tommy, Lisztomania, The Mania and McVicar. 1927 _ Harry Belafonte is born in Harlem, N.Y. His 1956 album Calypso tops Billboard's pop album chart for 31 weeks. Only Michael Jackson's Thriller and the soundtrack to West Side Story have held the No. 1 position longer. 1904 _ Big band leader Glenn Miller is born in Clarinda, Iowa.

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