On October 1, 1970.

On October 1, 1970, Jimi Hendrix was buried in Renton, Washington. Among the attendees were Miles Davis, Eddie Kramer, Johnny Winter, John Hammond Jr., Buddy Miles, Mitch Mitchell and Noel Redding.

John Bonham

On September 25, 1980, John Henry Bonham died aged 32. He was musician (drums) and songwriter, best known as Led Zeppelin member and drummer.  in 2016, “Rolling Stone” magazine  ranked Bonham the greatest drummer of all time in a list of “100 Greatest Drummers of All Time”.

On September 23, 2014.

George Harrison

On September 23, 2014, “Universal Music Group” label released “George Harrison – The Apple Years 1968-1975”,  a seven CD box with  some of the most popular George Harrison solo albums. The seven CD’s plus an 40-minute DVD box contains the following albums:

“Wonderwall Music”

“Electronic Sound”

“All Things Must Pass”

“Living in the Material World”

“Dark Horse”

“Extra Texture

The DVD contains a short music movie named “The Apple Years” and videos and short documentaries about Harrison’s albums featured in the CD box. Dhani Harrison (George Harrison’s son) is the executive producer and together with  the engineer Paul Hicks have remastered the sound from the original analogue tapes.

Earl Palmer

On September 19, 2008, Earl Palmer died aged 84. He was musician (drums),  in his long career has worked with The Beach Boys, Little Richard, Frank Sinatra, Ike And Tina Turner,The Monkees, Fats Domino, Neil Young, Elvis Costello, Tom Waits, The Righteous Brothers, Randy Newman, Bonnie Raitt, Tim Buckley, Little Feat and Elvis Costello.

Gram Parsons

On September 19, 1973, Gram Parsons died aged 26. He was musician (guitar, piano, organ), singer and songwriter, worked with The International Submarine Band, The Flying Burrito Brothers and The Byrds.  He popularized what he called “Cosmic American Music”, a hybrid of country, rhythm and blues, soul, folk, and rock

On September 10, 2005.

On September 10, 2005, The Beatles track “A day in the life” from the album “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” was voted the best British song of all time by the British music experts. Magazine “Q” named the track “the ultimate sonic rendition of what it means to be British”. The Kinks’ song ‘Waterloo Sunset’ was second and Oasis song “Wonderwall” was voted third on the list.