July 10 Music et al

July 10 Music et al

LSD

July 10, 1960: Sidney Cohen's survey of 5,000 individuals who had taken LSD 25,000 times concludes it is safe. (see June 1961)

Bobby Lewis

July 10 – August 27, 1961: “Tossin’ and Turnin’” by Bobby Lewis #1 Billboard Hot 100.
 

A Hard Day’s Night

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July 10, 1964: recorded 29 Jan, 25 – 27 Feb, 1 Mar and 1 – 4 June 1964 at EMI Studios, London and Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, Parlophone released A Hard Day’s Night, the Beatles' third studio album. Side one contained songs from the soundtrack to their film A Hard Day's Night. United Artists Records had released the American version  two weeks earlier on 26 June 1964 with a different track listing. This was the first Beatles album recorded entirely on four-track tape, allowing for good stereo mixes.

In contrast to their first two albums, John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote all 13 tracks, showcasing the development of the band's songwriting talents. (see July 12)

see Rolling Stones for more

July 10 – August 6, 1965: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction by the Rolling Stones #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, the first of five #1 Billboard Hot 100 songs in the 1960s.
 

Beatles VI

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July 10 – August 20, 1965: Beatles VI  is the Billboard #1 album. (see July 29)
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Third Big Sur Folk Festival

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July 10, 1966: The Third Big Sur Folk Festival. (see June 28 – 29, 1967)

Featuring:

  • Joan Baez
  • Judy Collins
  • Mark Spoelstra
  • Malvina Reynolds
  • Nancy Carlen
  • Al Kooper
  • Mimi Fariña
  • Panel Discussion with Ralph Gleason: “What’s Happening Baby”

The [bumpy] Road to Bethel: July 10, 1969

  • Peter Goodrich and John Roberts meet in Peter Marshall’s office with Charles Baxter, Jeffrey Joerger, and Lee Howard of Food for Love to discuss providing food at the festival. Because of the lack of any other companies offering their services and the late date, Roberts approved Food for Love’s application. (see July 10)
  • the entire production staff met to go over all progress that had been made since they began. Most were pleased with the many tasks accomplished and plans in place. (see July 11)

Grateful Dead

July 10, 1986: Jerry Garcia went into a five day diabetic coma, resulting in the band withdrawing from their current tour. (LA Times article) (see July 29, 1987)

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July 10 Peace Love Activism

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BLACK HISTORY

Separate Car Act

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July 10, 1890: Louisiana governor Francis Nicholls signed the Separate Car Act, which mandated the racial segregation of railroad passengers. (see Nov 1)
E. Frederic Morrow

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July 10, 1955: E Frederic Morrow moved to the White House on this day to become an aide to President Dwight D. Eisenhower and as such he became the first African-American to serve in that capacity. His autobiography vividly describes his difficulties in trying to persuade the administration to take a strong stand on civil rights. Morrow, for example, tried unsuccessfully to get President Eisenhower to issue a statement regarding the brutal murder of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African-American, in Mississippi on August 28, 1955. He did, however, finally convince Eisenhower to meet with civil rights leaders in the White House, a meeting that occurred on June 23, 1958. (see August 21)
Albany Movement
July 10, 1962: Martin Luther King Jr and Ralph Abernathy, convicted of having violated a street and sidewalk assembly ordinance without a permit on December 16, 1961, went to jail to emphasize their nonviolent defiance of racial barriers. They had been given the choice of a $178 fine each or 45 days in jail. They choose jail. (see July 12)

Religion and Public Education

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE
July 10, 1925: the trial began with jury selection. Judge John Raulston asks the Rev. Lemuel M. Cartright to open the proceedings with a prayer. (see July 13)

July 10 Music et al

LSD
July 10, 1960: Sidney Cohen's survey of 5,000 individuals who had taken LSD 25,000 times concludes it is safe. (see June 1961)
Bobby Lewis
July 10 – August 27, 1961: “Tossin’ and Turnin’” by Bobby Lewis #1 Billboard Hot 100.
A Hard Day’s Night
July 10, 1964: recorded 29 Jan, 25 – 27 Feb, 1 Mar and 1 – 4 June 1964 at EMI Studios, London and Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, Parlophone released A Hard Day’s Night, the Beatles' third studio album. Side one contained songs from the soundtrack to their film A Hard Day's Night. United Artists Records had released the American version  two weeks earlier on 26 June 1964 with a different track listing. This was the first Beatles album recorded entirely on four-track tape, allowing for good stereo mixes.

In contrast to their first two albums, John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote all 13 tracks, showcasing the development of the band's songwriting talents. (see July 12)
see Rolling Stones for more
July 10 – August 6, 1965: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction by the Rolling Stones #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, the first of five #1 Billboard Hot 100 songs in the 1960s.
Beatles VI
July 10 – August 20, 1965: Beatles VI  is the Billboard #1 album. [“Baby’s in Black”] (see July 29)
Third Big Sur Folk Festival
July 10, 1966: The Third Big Sur Folk Festival. (see June 28 – 29, 1967)

Featuring:

  • Joan Baez
  • Judy Collins
  • Mark Spoelstra
  • Malvina Reynolds
  • Nancy Carlen
  • Al Kooper
  • Mimi Fariña
  • panel discussion w Ralph Gleason: “What’s Happening Baby”
The [bumpy] Road to Bethel: July 10, 1969
  • Peter Goodrich and John Roberts meet in Peter Marshall’s office with Charles Baxter, Jeffrey Joerger, and Lee Howard of Food for Love to discuss providing food at the festival. Because of the lack of any other companies offering their services and the late date, Roberts approved Food for Love’s application. (see July 10)
  • the entire production staff met to go over all progress that had been made since they began. Most were pleased with the many tasks accomplished and plans in place. (see July 11)
Grateful Dead
July 10, 1986: Jerry Garcia went into a five day diabetic coma, resulting in the band withdrawing from their current tour. (see July 29, 1987)

Space Race

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July 10, 1962: Telstar satellite launched by NASA. It was the...
  • first active, direct-relay communications satellite
  • first satellite to relay television, telephone and high-speed data communications
  • first transatlantic television (Space race, see Sept 12; relay satellite, see Dec 13; Telstar, see Dec 22)
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Vietnam

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July 10  > 14, 1972: The Democratic National Convention meets in Miami Beach. Senator George McGovern, who backed the immediate and complete withdrawal of U.S. troops from South Vietnam, was nominated for President. He named fellow Senator Thomas Eagleton as his running mate. (see Aug 11)

INDEPENDENCE DAY

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July 10, 1973: Bahamas independent of United Kingdom. (see Sept 24)

UK rioting

July 10, 1981: three days of rioting that took place in the Handsworth area of Birmingham, England. The disturbances resulted in 121 arrests and 40 injuries to police officers, alongside widespread damage to property. (see July 12)

Irish Troubles

July 10. 1981:  funeral for Joe McDonnell. The British Army moved to arrest an IRA firing party at the funeral and seized a number of weapons and made several arrests. Rioting broke out following this incident. (see July 13)
 

Environmental Issues

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July 10, 1985: French Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure agents  (France's external intelligence agency) bomb and sink the Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior in Auckland harbor. (see April 23, 1988)
 

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