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:: Today in Rock History ::
- in 1960 - Sam Cooke's "Wonderful World" entered the UK singles chart. The songwriting ccredit was given as Babara Campbell, a pseudonym for Cook, "Lou Adler" and "Herb Alpert". Apart from Cooke's version which reached #12 in the Hot 100, it was a hit for "Herman's Hermits" in 1965 and Art Garfunkel, with James Taylor and Paul Simon in 1978.
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Did you know?
Bob Dylan's first professional performance was as opening act for John Lee Hooker at Gerde's Folk City in New York in 1961.