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Tommy (is the fourth studio album by the English rock band The Who, a double album first released in May 23, 1969. The album was mostly composed by guitarist Pete Townshend, and is a rock opera that tells the story of Tommy Walker, a "deaf, dumb and blind" boy, including his experiences with life and his relationship with his family)
Calling it a night......………………………….
Alfredo Urbina (Born 22nd Apr 1936) is a former professional boxer from Mexico in the 1960s with a record of 59 Wins, 21 Losses, 4 Draws
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After winning three gold medals in the 1960 Summer Olympics, the sprinter gained fame as the greatest female track-and-field star of all time. She never competed in another Olympics, but decades later Wilma Rudolph still ranks as one of the most famous athletes of the 1960s
Yesterday - The Beatles song was first released on the album Help! in August 1965, except in the United States, where it was issued as a single in September. The song reached number one on the US charts. McCartney composed the entire melody in a dream one night and began writing lyrics to suit it. As Lennon and McCartney were known to do at the time, a substitute working lyric, titled "Scrambled Eggs" (the working opening verse was "Scrambled eggs/Oh my baby how I love your legs/Not as much as I love scrambled eggs"), was used for the song until something more suitable was written. The original song, "Scrambled Eggs", was written to hold the music and phrasing in place.
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James Arness - Played the character Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke from 1955-1975.
Also a movie in 1966...………..
Nat "King" Cole - passed away on Feb. 15, 1965 at the age of 45 from lung cancer. His career spanned the 40s, 50s and 60s. He had a hit TV show The Nat 'King' Cole Show from 1956-57. He also had hit songs during the 60s which included Ramblin' Rose and That Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer.