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Which famous music event was 50 yrs ago-around now

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By lionofludesch
30th Jan 2019 10:27

Woodstock.

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By Justin Bryant
30th Jan 2019 10:45

A bit less famous than that. It was in England. Most of the audience were about 80 foot below the band.

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By andy.partridge
30th Jan 2019 10:48

The Beatles threw themselves off the Apple offices rooftop wearing their favourite Savile Row suits.

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By andy.partridge
30th Jan 2019 10:49

I've Got A Feeling, I'm right.

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Hallerud at Easter
By DJKL
30th Jan 2019 11:02

Very good, Andy, is it only the two of us that have noticed or are the others going to get back to us?

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By Justin Bryant
30th Jan 2019 11:03

Yes; well done. You always Don't Let Me Down.

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Hallerud at Easter
By DJKL
30th Jan 2019 11:06

At least we dig it, but it was not the long and winding road to the answer.

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By Constantly Confused
30th Jan 2019 17:20

andy.partridge wrote:

The Beatles threw themselves off the Apple offices rooftop wearing their favourite Savile Row suits.

Is this another Mandela Effect thing... because in my universe they survived the gig and are in the process of dying in reverse order of talent...

Also Friij is called Friji.

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By accountantccole
30th Jan 2019 12:01

It's the 30 Jan..... TAXMAN!

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By andy.partridge
30th Jan 2019 12:31

One for you, nineteen for me. Tax rates are pretty low today.

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By Justin Bryant
30th Jan 2019 13:11

I see Aweb beat the BBC with this story by around a couple of hours. See:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-47055236

I guess they'll just have to Let It BBC.

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